Brian models a Hieb for Governor bumper sticker since we were lame and forgot to take a picture of her when she was in studio.
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Brian models a Hieb for Governor bumper sticker since we were lame and forgot to take a picture of her when she was in studio.
Brian models a Hieb for Governor bumper sticker since we were lame and forgot to take a picture of her when she was in studio.

Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers interviewed Dr. Lee Hieb, the Libertarian candidate for Iowa Governor, in studio and then talked with Bob Quast, a Democrat U.S. Senate write-in candidate, whose claim to fame is this campaign ad that has gone viral.

The guys also discuss Cliven Bundy’s unfortunate comments to The New York Times and the lead singer of Jars of Clay embracing gay marriage.

Remember you can listen live at 7:00a (CDT) (and we are now on at 6:00p as well!) on Saturdays on KTIA 99.3 FM if you live in the Des Moines/Ames Metro area.  You can also listen online live here.  Also we are now on iTunes!

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