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'The Conversation' pulls candidates into a realm of personal history and politics

FRESNO, CA-- With only 36 days until the primary elections, candidates are paying close attention to what viewers and listeners think about their platform or lack thereof; Facebook posts by The ONME Network about candidates featured on popular online show The Conversation, allows for candid remarks from social media patrons who are not shy about their concerns and questions about their neighborhoods:

April 22nd The Conversation featured Fresno County Supervisor, District 1 Candidates Jose Ornelas, incumbent Brian Pacheco and, auditor-controller/tax collector-treasurer candidate, Alan Cade, Jr., and finally Fresno City Council District 3 candidate Larry Burrus.

Last week's show, April 29th The Conversation featured Fresno County Clerk Incumbent Brandi Orth and Fresno City Council District 7 Candidate Nelson Esparza.

The Conversation allows viewers to get more in-depth information about their potential elected officials as hosts interview each candidate solely for up to 25 minutes; audience members are able to call or text questions to candidates live on the air. The show also allows for a small studio audience.

The Conversation airs live on Sundays from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM until May 26th.

This Sunday, May 6th episode of The Conversation features Fresno City Council District 7 Candidates: Jose Barazza, Paul "Paully" Condon and Paula Yang.

Viewers can watch the 4-29-18 episode of Sunday's The Conversation for free daily on The ONME Network at 6 AM, 12 PM, 6 PM and 12 AM until the new episode comes out next week. The ONME Network is available for free on the ONME app, ONME LUX device or on any mobile device:

Watch a marathon of online show The Conversation on The ONME Network daily starting Monday, May 7th from 2:00 PM-6:00 PM & 8:00 PM-12:00 AM, repeating at 2:00 AM-6:00 AM & 8:00 AM-12:00 PM daily.

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