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Have questions about a statewide proposition? Or want to know more about a candidate’s platform? We want to hear from you.

What questions do you have about the 2022 midterms?

Have questions about a statewide proposition? Or want to know more about a candidate’s platform? We want to hear from you.

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KCRW Global Beat México is coming at you LIVE with Sgt. Papers and Parque de Cometas!

KCRW Global Beat México Live: Sgt. Papers, Parque de Cometas and Marion Raw

KCRW Global Beat México is coming at you LIVE with Sgt. Papers and Parque de Cometas!

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“Even at 5 AM when I first go on the air, it’s tempting to think that no one else is awake, but even then, I get emails from listeners,” says KCRW host Chery Glaser.

Are you listening? Are you out there?

“Even at 5 AM when I first go on the air, it’s tempting to think that no one else is awake, but even then, I get emails from listeners,” says KCRW host Chery Glaser.

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