Saturday Topic features look at political races this weekend
Posted on 2/9/2018 6:26:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- More information on the candidates appearing on this year's March Republican Primary ballot comes your way during this weekend's edition of the Saturday Topic Show on Seguin Radio KWED.
 
KWED will feature the candidates campaigning for the positions of Guadalupe County Court at Law and Guadalupe County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2. Each candidate has been invited to sit down one on one with KWED General Manager Darren Dunn. Each candidate will have the opportunity to share their personal insights into the position they seek and will get to explain to voters why they are the best person for the job.
 
The Saturday Topic Program, during the next two weekends, will feature each contested Republican race appearing on the ballot locally. There are no locally contested Democratic races.
 
Candidates for County Court at Law Judge include Incumbent Robin V. Dwyer and challenger Bill Squires. Appearing on the ballot for JP 2 are Incumbent Sheryl Sachtleben and challenger Chris Aviles.
 
For the last two weeks, the Seguin Daily News has featured each of these candidates in a special Candidates Corner series and invites voters to learn even more during the Saturday Topic Program. Early voting in the election begins on Tuesday, Feb. 20.

This week's program also includes a couple of regular Saturday Topic features. GRMC Director of Marketing Chelsea Grayson joins for our monthly wellness update. This month's update focuses on heart health, including GRMC's upcoming Healthy Heart event.

And finally, the program wraps up with a visit from our friends at the Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce. Kendy Gravett, Georgia Hester and Kaylynn Hawkins will be here to take a look at the latest happenings in the local business community, and to discuss the upcoming business trade show -- Showcase Seguin. 

The Saturday Topic program gets started at 8:06 a.m. Saturday on AM 1580 KWED, and online at SeguinToday.com.

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