Election Specials 2012 on Tri-Valley TV 30

The shows will run through November 6

From Tri-Valley TV:

Election Day is just around the corner. TV30 is giving voters an opportunity to see the candidates and hear what they have to say about the issues facing the Tri-Valley. Candidates running for election in Dublin, Livermore, and Pleasanton participated in election specials produced by TVCTV. The non-partisan specials are hosted by veteran political reporter Carolyn Siegfried and range from thirty minutes to an hour in length.

The shows will begin airing on TV30 and TV29 on Monday, October 8th and will repeat up to Election Day, Tuesday, November 6th.

 "The specials are also available for viewers to watch anytime on our website via Video On Demand," said Melissa Tench-Stevens, Executive Director TV30. "To access just click on the "Election Specials" banner at the top of our site, then choose the special you wish to view," she added.

For complete air dates and times on TV30 visit the Tri-Valley TV website at www.tri-valleytv.org

The forums produced by TV30 cover the following races:

City Council, City of Dublin

Dublin Unified School - Member of Board of Trustees

Dublin San Ramon Services District Board of Directors

Livermore Area Recreation and Park District Board of Directors

Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District  - Member Board of Education

Mayor of Pleasanton

City Council, City of Pleasanton

BART Board of Directors, District 5

“Tri-Valley residents have come to rely on Tri-Valley Community TV as their source for local election coverage,” said host Carolyn Siegfried. “We provide an opportunity for our viewers to hear and see each of the candidates which is of great value,” she added.



     Tri-Valley Community Television, a 501c3, provides programming over channels TV 28, TV29, TV30 on Comcast Cable and on AT&T U-Verse via channel 99. Live streaming is available on our website.  Watch TV30 on the go! Mobile devices can view the stations without an app by going to trivalleytv.org and clicking on the station they want to view.  Check out the latest shows and what's going on at the studio on our Facebook page.





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