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Sunshine State News' Kevin Derby to Talk State and National Politics with Greg Penglis on WEBY

April 12, 2017 - 6:00am
U.S. House members exit the Capitol Thursday.

Kevin Derby from Sunshine State News will be on the air on Wednesday morning with Greg Penglis from 1330 WEBY in Northwest Florida to focus on state and national politics.  

Kevin will appear on the air for an hour-long segment which will look at how the 2018 contests are shaping up in Florida, how the Sunshine State’s delegation impacts policy, Tuesday’s special election for an open congressional seat in Kansas, how the growing Puerto Rican population in Central Florida is impacting state politics and other topics. 

“Greg Penglis is a new and exciting conservative voice who has the opportunity to make a big impact in the Panhandle and across Florida which is the ultimate swing state in American politics,” Derby said. “Greg offers some unique ideas, especially on how regular citizens can make a major impact on politics and the legislative process. I’m excited to make my debut on the show and talk about a whole range of issues.”

Kevin can be heard every weekday at 8 a.m. EST with the “Morning Lead" on Ed Dean’s radio show on WBOB 600 AM out of Jacksonville. Kevin also appears on a near daily basis on Ed Dean’s statewide radio show which can be heard throughout Florida and surrounding states and on iHeartRadio. Kevin also writes the “Florida Minute from Sunshine State News” news update which is broadcast throughout the state. During his time with Sunshine State News, Kevin has also appeared on national television including on Newsmax and on CSPAN. 

Listen to Kevin beginning at 8 a.m. CST Wednesday morning. 

 


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