Tag Archives: KONA

SRC On Air: Sen. Perry Dozier on KONA Radio in the Tri Cities

By tracyellis | Published on January 07, 2022

Sen. Perry Dozier talks with KONA Radio’s The Bottom Line about closed mountain passes, the long-term care payroll tax, redistricting, and the challenges of semi-virtual legislative session.

SRC On Air: Sen. Jeff Wilson on KONA Radio in the Tri Cities

By tracyellis | Published on December 07, 2021

Sen. Jeff Wilson talks with KONA Radio’s The Bottom Line about his legislation that targets the growing wave of catalytic converter thefts in Washington. He also discusses the Governor’s emergency powers.

SRC On Air: Sen. Mark Schoesler on KONA Radio in the Tri Cities

By tracyellis | Published on December 03, 2021

Sen. Mark Schoesler talks with KONA Radio’s The Bottom Line about the State Supreme Court decision to allow the voting maps created by the Redistricting Commission to move forward. He also shares his concerns with the maps and discusses the Governor’s emergency powers.

SRC On Air: Sen. Chris Gildon on KONA Radio in the Tri Cities and The Ari Hoffman Show on KVI Radio

By tracyellis | Published on July 30, 2021

Senator Chris Gildon talks with KONA Radio’s The Bottom Line and Ari Hoffman on KVI about his call for a special legislative session to fix new police reform laws.

The Bottom Line KONA

The Ari Hoffman Show KVI

 

SRC On Air: Sen. John Braun on The Lars Larson Show, KTTH’s Jason Rantz Show and KONA Radio in the Tri Cities

By tracyellis | Published on June 02, 2021

Sen. Republican Leader John Braun talks to Lars Larson, KTTH’s Jason Rantz and KONA Radio’s The Bottom Line about the need for conservatives to participate in the redistricting process.

 

 

 

 

Lars Larson Show

Jason Rantz Show

Bottom Line

SRC On Air: Sen. Mark Schoesler on KONA Radio in the Tri Cities

By tracyellis | Published on May 19, 2021

Sen. Mark Schoesler talks with KONA Radio’s The Bottom Line about Gov. Inslee’s partial vetoes of two climate bills, gubernatorial emergency powers, the income tax on capital gains, the Odessa Aquifer, unemployment benefits/labor shortages, and police reform legislation.