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By David Siders
03/22/2015 – 6:36 PM
Tim Donnelly, the former assemblyman and tea party stalwart who ran unsuccessfully for governor last year, is turning to talk radio.
“The Tim Donnelly Show” will debut in Southern California’s high desert region on April 15, tax day.
According to a promo, Donnelly will be “broadcasting from deep behind enemy lines in the occupied territory of the socialist republic of California.”
Donnelly, a Republican from Twin Peaks, fell in last year’s primary election to a more moderate Republican, Neel Kashkari, who went on to lose to Gov. Jerry Brown.
Talk 960, a radio station in Victorville, said on its website that “The Tim Donnelly Show” will air weekdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
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