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Listening Posts: Where People Talk Politics Tell Us More

The Spokesman-Review is looking for listening posts, where reporters can stop in to take the pulse of Inland Northwest residents during the upcoming political campaigns.

If you know of a place where people gather to talk about politics, government or current events, we’d like to hear about it. Call us at Cityline on a Touch-Tone phone at 509-458-8800 in Washington or 208-765-8811 in Idaho, then press 9892.

Cityline is a free service, but normal toll charges apply for Washington residents calling Spokane or Idaho residents calling Coeur d’Alene.

Leave a message with the name and location of your favorite listening post, and your name and number, so we can check back with you for further information.

During the campaign, reporters will stop by to talk with owners, managers and patrons of the listening posts.

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