The Talk of Connecticut
Show Rundown for Monday, August 1, 2016
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PETER GIOIA (Chief economist at the Connecticut Business and Industry Association) Peter was back to talk about the recent CT Jobs Report and the national GDP numbers that came out last week.

DAVID LIGHTMAN (National Correspondent from McClatchy Newspapers) David talked about what the latest poll numbers are saying after the conventions, if Hillary Clinton got a "bounce" in her numbers and if Donald Trump have a valid point as to the scheduling of presidential debates opposite some NFL games.

Fox News Radio's SIMON OWEN (Live from London) Americans are not the only ones critical about the conventions that took place last week. European citizens and politicians also have strong opinions about what just transpired.

Prof. ALLAN SAXE (University of Texas at Arlington Political Science Professor) Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump formally accepted their party's nominations will need to focus on pulling the disenfranchised voters from both sides of the line which will be key to election. As both Parties now move forward with very different views of the Nation and its direction, focus on how to gain support across party lines will become the major focus.

ED FIRESTONE (Director for Cruisin' On Main) The 16th annual Cruisin' on Main Street event returns to Downtown Manchester on Sunday, August 7th; 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. This one-day show, one of the largest cruise shows of its kind in the Northeast, will display antique and classic cars, trucks, sport cars and street rods 25 years old and more for all to see. There will be food and music galore. Miss Connecticut, Alyssa Taglia, will make an appearance. Spectator admission and parking is free. Handicapped parking will be available one block east of Main Street between Birch and Oak Streets. WEBSITE: CRUISIN' ON MAIN

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