Linea Abierta Programming: WEEK OF NOVEMBER 3, 2014

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3.
PROGRAM # 7374 and #7375 12:00-2:00 PM PT

Election Day Eve. In this two-hour special coverage, analysts and political leaders give their perspective on key House, Senate, and gubernatorial races and ballot initiatives to watch; the anticipated impact of Latino voters on Election Day; issues driving Latino voters to the polls; efforts to educate voters in states with voter ID requirements; and reports on the early vote turnout.

Guests: Dr. Guillermo Cantor, Senior Policy Analyst, American Immigration Center, Washington, DC, www.AmericanImmigrationCouncil.org; Arturo Vargas, Executive Director, National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO), Los Angeles, CA, http://www.naleo.org; Congressman Tony Cárdenas, California 29th District, Washington, DC, http://cardenas.house.gov; Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, California 46th District, Washington, DC, http://lorettasanchez.house.gov; Lily Eskelsen García, President, National Education Association, Denver, CO, http://www.nea.org; Hilda Solis, Former U.S. Labor Secretary, Supervisor Elect for Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Los Angeles, CA, http://www.hildasolis.com; Hector Barreto Jr., Former U.S. Small Business Administrator, President of Hispanic Business Roundtable Institute, Irvine,CA, http://www.hbrti.com/


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4.
PROGRAM # 7376 and #7377 12:00-2:00 PM PT

Election Day Eve. In this two-hour special coverage, analysts and political leaders give their perspective on key House, Senate, and gubernatorial races and ballot initiatives to watch; the anticipated impact of Latino voters on Election Day; issues driving Latino voters to the polls; efforts to educate voters in states with voter ID requirements; and reports on the early vote turnout.

Guests: Dr. Guillermo Cantor, Senior Policy Analyst, American Immigration Center, Washington, DC, www.AmericanImmigrationCouncil.org; Arturo Vargas, Executive Director, National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO), Los Angeles, CA, http://www.naleo.org; Congressman Tony Cárdenas, California 29th District, Washington, DC, http://cardenas.house.gov; Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, California 46th District, Washington, DC, http://lorettasanchez.house.gov; Lily Eskelsen García, President, National Education Association, Denver, CO, http://www.nea.org; Hilda Solis, Former U.S. Labor Secretary, Supervisor Elect for Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Los Angeles, CA, http://www.hildasolis.com; Hector Barreto Jr., Former U.S. Small Business Administrator, President of Hispanic Business Roundtable Institute, Irvine,CA, http://www.hbrti.com/


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5.
PROGRAM # 7378 11:00 PM PT

Election Results. Political reporters give an account of the results in key races for the House, the Senate, the states and some ballot initiatives. Listeners are invited to give their opinion about what the results mean.

Guests: José López Zamorano, Correspondent, Washington, DC; Araceli Martínez, News Contributor, Los Angeles, CA; Valeria Fernandez, Correspondent, Phoenix, AZ; others TBA.


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6.
PROGRAM # 7379 12:00 PM PT

Diego “El Cigala.” A conversation with Grammy-winning Spanish singer Diego aka “El Cigala,” perhaps the most popular flamenco singer outside Spain, who is touring the U.S. focusing on his most recent album:“Romance de la luna tucumana.” The CD blends classical flamenco sound with Argentinean folk tunes. “El Cigala” is known for his innovative interpretation of Latin American musical styles, like bolero and traditional tango with his unique flamenco sound.

Guest: Diego “El Cigala,” Spanish Flamenco Singer, Dominican Republic.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7.
PROGRAM # 7380 12:00 PM PT

Mexico Edition. Martha Elena Ramírez hosts the program Voz Pública from Mexico City. The civic journalist brings news and analysis on Mexican developments.

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