Jerame Davis

Public radio interview

Filed By Jerame Davis | April 30, 2008 5:45 PM | comments

Filed in: Living, Politics, Politics, The Movement
Tags: Barack Obama, Bil Browning, election 2008, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Jerame Davis, NPR, public radio

Here's a link to the public radio interview we did that I told you about yesterday. It turned out pretty good. 4 minutes on 9 statewide NPR affiliates. It ran at least twice in the Indianapolis market.

Click on over to Indiana Public Broadcasting and have a listen to Bil and I talk about the gay vote in Indiana.

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Robert Ganshorn Robert Ganshorn | April 30, 2008 10:22 PM

Well done, you expressed your points extremely well, but I would love to know more about the fighting and how you make up afterward.

This is an excellent time for the GLBTQ vote to shine in Indiana as the candidates are that close and the most recent news developments make for even more interest. Now, if we could just stop canceling one another out...

I know, "I'll wash the car for a year if you'll vote my way." or the negative approach..."you remember that special thing you like...if you EVER want that to happen again you'll vote my way."

Bruce Parker Bruce Parker | May 1, 2008 3:56 AM


Did you really say you support Obama because you are a big believer in change?

You want change. I want change. Even Alex wants change.

And there's a baby here that needs to be changed....

"Gay marriage"??? Jerame, Jerame, Jerame, didn't you get the Radical Homosexual Memo that it's "marriage equality"?

My god, you guys sound sooooooooo NPR.