Live call-in show with Gov. Tom Wolf to air on June 20 on WPSU-FM

June 17, 2019

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Pennsylvanians across the state have the chance to ask Gov. Tom Wolf the questions that matter to them when he sits down for a live call-in show at 1 p.m. on Thursday, June 20, on WPSU-FM.

The public can submit questions in advance by visiting the “Ask Gov. Wolf” website or by calling 1-800-729-7532 during the broadcast. “Ask Gov. Wolf” is part of the Keystone Crossroads project — a collaborative effort between four of Pennsylvania’s public media newsrooms: WPSU, WESA (Pittsburgh), WHYY (Philadelphia) and WITF (Harrisburg).

Keystone Crossroads focuses on stories that affect areas throughout the state and aims to produce in-depth and insightful journalism on key topics, including government accountability, public education, changing communities and criminal justice.

WPSU-FM serves more than 450,000 listeners in 13 northern and central Pennsylvania counties and can be heard on 90.1 (northern Pennsylvania), 91.5 (central Pennsylvania), 92.1 (DuBois), 100.9 (Bradford), 102.5 (Huntingdon), 104.7 (Clearfield) and 106.7 (Altoona).

Visit the WPSU website for more information.

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Last Updated June 17, 2019