Politically Denton

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Glen Farris chats with Texas Representative Beto O'Rourke.
Kevin and Glen chat with place 5 candidate Jodi Vicars-Nance
Kevin and Glen chat with place 5 candidate Aaron "Fuzzy" Newquist.
Kevin and Glen chat with place 5 candidate Deb Armintor.
Kevin and Glen chat with Place 5 candidate, Bud Volkun.
Kevin and Glen chat with incumbent mayoral candidate Chris Watts
Kevin and Glen sit down and chat with Mayoral candidate Neil Durrance.
Kevin and Glen chat with Place 6 city council candidate, Frank Dudowicz.
Kevin & Glen sit down and chat with City Council Candidate for Place 6, Paul Meltzer.
The chair of the 2018 Denton ISD Bond Election Committee, Jeff Williams chats about everything you need to know before you vote.
Kevin and Glen sit down and chat with outgoing Place 5 Council-member, Dalton Gregory.
Kevin and Glen sit down with Molly Tampke, the director of the Denton Parks Foundation to discuss the destruction caused by an "anonymous tip" to our newly formed "waste fraud and abuse hotline".
Kevin and Glen sit down with Democrat Andrew Morris, a Democrat candidate in the primary for House District 64.
Kevin and Glen sit down and chat with the Honorable Dr. Lynn Stucky ahead of early voting for the Republican primary for HD64.
Kevin & Glen have a chat with Olivia Justice Countryman of Dressed for the Protest about our premise of voting in the Denton County Republican primary to keep the wingnuts out of office.
Kevin and I make a major announcement concerning our candidacy for city council and chat about the newest addition to our city staff.
Kevin and I make a major announcement concerning our candidacy for city council and chat about the newest addition to our city staff.
This week we're joined by city staffers Caroline Booth, Director of Economic Development and Julie Glover, Economic Development Program Administrator to talk about the fire that devastated the Downtown Mini Mall II and damaged several other bu
Kevin and Glen discuss candidate announcements, the exodus of city staff and the Denton Record Chronicle's disclaimer scandal. Go to politicallydenton.com for more!
Kevin & Glen sit down to talk co-working at Stoke and "Why Denton?" with Marshall Culpepper, founder of Kubos.
Kevin & Glen discuss the downtown parking lot that is being repaved for the next 6 months, Kim Phillips from the CVB and #ShopSmallDenton.
Kevin and Glen discuss money spent on conspiracy theories, the confederate statue and tacos.
This week Kevin & Glen discuss the pending sale of the Fine Arts Building, the upcoming battle between McDonalds and UNT plus we discuss the recent purchase of our hometown paper, The Denton Record Chronicle by Bill Patterson.
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