Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Tuesday, October 20, 2020


Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Senator Kathleen Riebe, who works as a schoolteacher, joins the program to discuss how many students have fallen from the rolls during the pandemic and what needs to be done to make sure those kids don’t fall through the education cracks. Plus, Joel Kotkin, Senior Fellow and Professor of Urban Studies at Chapman University, joins Rod to discuss how the GOP can win over millennial voters. See below for a full rundown of today’s program.

Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Tuesday, October 20, 2020

4:20 pm: Luke Peterson, Director of the Policy Lab and a political science lecturer at Utah Valley University joins Rod to discuss his Deseret News op-ed in which he says now is the time for Utah County to abandon its three-commissioner government system

4:35 pm: Senator Kathleen Riebe, who works as a schoolteacher, joins the program to discuss how many students have fallen from the rolls during the pandemic and what needs to be done to make sure those kids don’t fall through the education cracks

5:05 pm: Deroy Murdock, Contributing Editor to National Review Online, joins the program to discuss his piece for Fox News in which he urges voters to make their decisions based on a candidate’s policy ideas and not his personality

6:05 pm:The Other Side Academy in Salt Lake City, which works to teach useful work skills to those facing or coming from long-term prison sentences is celebrating its fifth anniversary this week and Rod is joined by CEO Tim Stay and Executive Director Dave Durocher to discuss the progress the academy has made over the years

6:20 pm: Joel Kotkin, Senior Fellow and Professor of Urban Studies at Chapman University, joins Rod to discuss how the GOP can win over millennial voters

6:35 pm: Amy Giuliano, Community Development Manager for the Utah chapter of the American Cancer Society joins Abby Bonell for a conversation about this year’s Making Strides against Breast Cancer event