Port Angeles on TV: Report by CTV Vancouver Island broadcast in Victoria
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Get your Voter Guide while it's 'hot'Are you a last-minute voter?
The North Olympic Peninsula Voter Guide, published by the Peninsula Daily News as a free public service, remains available at public contact points — courthouses, city halls, libraries, senior-citizen centers — while supplies last.
In addition, it's available in the lobby of the PDN building, 305 W. First St., Port Angeles. Come in and help yourself!
Or . . . click on the button at the bottom of the page for an e-version of the Voter Guide.
His first report (below depicting Peninsula Daily News Executive Editor Rex Wilson, who is among the interviewees) aired last night on CTV Vancouver Island, CIVI channel 23. Joining Andrew's live remote from the top of the Laurel Street steps is longtime Victoria anchor Hudson Mack in the CTV studios in Victoria.
Andrew remains in Port Angeles through Wednesday, and will broadcast reports on CFAX-AM 1070 live from Port Angeles.
Last modified: November 06. 2012 12:05PM