In this episode, Observer editor Dave Mann and staff writer Patrick Michels discuss the current state of the governor’s race. Writer Leach Caldwell calls in to discuss her recent Observer story about a church revival gone awry in the small Texas town of Wells. And Mike Kanin of In Fact Daily joins us to talk about the changing face of Austin politics.
Observer Radio Episode 36: Austin’s Political Landscape Changes and a Church Revival in Wells Goes Awry
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