Sunday Morning Matters
California’s primary election is right around the corner. (If you don’t already have it marked on your calendar, it’s Tuesday, June 7.) Maybe you’re excited to cast your vote. Maybe you’re excited for it to be over. Either way, it’s coming. With just a couple days until polls open, it might be a little late to start cramming for this most important exam. But that doesn’t mean you can’t try. One place you can go for information is “Sunday Morning Matters” on KSEE 24, hosted by Evan Onstot.
“Sunday Morning Matters” aims to give viewers political discussion without the mudslinging and finger-wagging. Airing Sundays at 8 a.m., the 30-minute show features a roundtable panel of guests talking about politics and policy on the local, state and national level. Onstot says the show is the only one of its kind in the Valley, and serves as an antidote to the Trump-dominated coverage seen elsewhere during the current election cycle.
Here, Onstot gives us his take on the presidential race, talks about some of the local elections to keep an eye on and explains why “Sunday Morning Matters,” well, matters.