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Nuciforo, Shein Talk Live on New England Public Radio

Both Berkshire candidates vying with the 2nd District's U.S. Rep. Richard Neal for the Democratic nomination for the newly drawn 1st Congressional District seat will appear live this week on two special editions of New England Public Radio's "Focus: Western New England."    

Middle Berkshire Registrar of Deeds Andrea F. Nuciforo Jr. will join host Susan Kaplan on Monday, July 16, at 4 p.m.; and Alford activist and humorist Bill Shein joins Kaplan on Tuesday, July 17, also at 4 p.m. Each will hold a live, one-hour discussion of their campaigns and the issues facing Massachusetts voters as they go to the polls on Sept. 6 for the primary. Both candidates will take calls from listeners live from New England Public Radio's Peggy & David Starr Studio in Springfield.    

Listeners are invited join the conversation by calling toll free: 877-522-8850.

Both special editions of "Focus: Western New England" will air again on their respective dates at 6 p.m. on AM-640 and 91.7-FM all-news WNNZ.  
 
"Focus: Western New England" features news makers and notable thinkers from around the region, and listeners' comments help shape the timely conversations. To listen to past programs, visit www.nepr.net/focus.
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