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2014 KHTS Sacramento Road Trip

KHTS AM-1220 is more than just a radio station. We are immersed in our community, Santa Clarita.

Our station has created numerous ideas that have become annual events. Our trip to Sacramento is one of those events.

The idea started with a conversation between then State Assemblyman Keith Richman and station owner, Carl Goldman at a charity event in 2005. Assemblyman Richman felt most of our community leaders didn’t have an understanding of the challenges our state legislative officials faced in Sacramento. The two thought it would be a great idea to invite a number of community leaders to visit Sacramento and learn about these challenges. Thus, the Sacramento Road Trip was created.

This year News Director Perry Smith interviewed the Santa Clarita Leaders on the Bus:

Listen to Amy Daniels

Listen to Anna Frutos Sanchez

Listen to Darrin Wells

Listen to Dawn Walker

Listen to Denis Verner

Listen to Donna Deutchman

Listen to Ed Colley

Listen to Gary Martin

Listen to Gloria Mercado-Fortine

Listen to Hunt Braly

Listen to Janice France Petit

Listen to Jason Schaff

Listen to Joan MacGregor

Listen to John Musella

Listen to Joyce Carson

Listen to Kris Hough

Listen to Linda Davis

Listen to Lois Bauccio

Listen to Marisol Espinoza

Listen to Marsha McLean

Listen to Michele Jenkins

Listen to Nancy Starcyzk

Listen to Pamela Braly 

Listen to Patsy Ayala

Listen to Paul de la Cerda

Listen to Raelene Vanek

Listen to Sarah Steffen

Listen to Seema Shah

Listen to Shelley Feldman

Listen to Victor Lindenheim

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Source: Santa Clarita Podcasts

2014 KHTS Sacramento Road Trip

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