I call him “Governor McGenius” for a reason.
Terry McAuliffe had an impressive record of success as Virginia’s chief executive. He brought in $7 billion of new business — and his administration was scandal-free, in stark contrast to the Democratic political clown show that has dominated Virginia government in 2019.
Can he translate that success to a top-tier run for President?
Former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe to Appear on the John Fredericks Radio Show April 1 to Discuss his Presidential Prospects, State and National Politics, and the WJFN News Talk 100.5 FM Highway Billboard Featuring McAuliffeâ€™s saying:Â “Miss Me Yet?”
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RICHMOND, VAâ€“TheÂ #GodzillaOfTruthÂ andÂ WJFN News Talk Radio 100.5 FM is starting April with a jolt of energy â€“ former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, arguably the most energetic man in politics, is scheduled to help kick off the month with an 8:05Â a.m. April 1 (April Foolâ€™s Day) appearance on the John Fredericks Radio Show.
McAuliffe is the business deal-making 72ndÂ Governor of Virginia known for his boisterous energy and volubility. He previously served as Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, as Co-Chairman of former President Bill Clintonâ€™s 1996 re-election campaign, and as Chairman of Hillary Clintonâ€™s 2008 presidential campaign. At the moment, McAuliffe is seriously considering a run for the presidency in 2020.
Locally, heâ€™s the face of a digital billboard visible along Interstate 95 in Richmond promotingÂ WJFN 100.5 FM.Â The billboard features a picture of McAuliffe in the Governorâ€™s Mansion holding a frosty pint of beer (see image below). Its tagline â€“ â€œMiss Me Yet?â€ â€“ is a winking reference to people who might be surprised to find themselves yearning for the days of McAuliffeâ€™s governorship in light of the controversies that consumed the State Capitol this winter.
â€œGovernor McAuliffe has been a regular guest on our program over the years and weâ€™re excited to have him join us on April 1 to help jumpstart the month and our Monday morning,â€ said John Fredericks, an accomplished media executive who is the host and founder of theÂ John Fredericks Radio Show, and a lead proprietor of WJFN 100.5 FM.
â€œJoin us on April Foolâ€™s Day for whatâ€™s sure to be a rollicking conversation about the state of Democratic Party inÂ Washington,” Fredericks said. “We’ll ask him what the future holds.Â Will he run for President? Can he be the nominee? Does he have a path? What about Bernie and AOC? Has hisÂ time passed, or…are Democrats ready for Terry?”
Find out Monday.Â The John Fredericks ShowÂ will be live from Miami, Florida.
WJFN broadcasts Fredericksâ€™ highly popular and influential program and serves as the flagship station for the expanding John Fredericks Radio Network. Fredericksâ€™ eponymous show is simulcast from Washington, D.C. and can be heard on weekdays from 6 a.m.-10 a.m. EST. His show is broadcast in media markets across Virginia including Richmond, Hampton Roads, Lynchburg, and Roanoke. The John Fredericks Radio Show is also heard on stations inÂ Jacksonville, FL.
In addition to his radio show, Fredericks is also a regular guest on national and international television news programs. He served with his wife, Anne, as a national delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention, and was the Virginia Chairman of the Donald J. Trump for President Campaign that year.
WJFN is a Richmond-area terrestrial radio station that launched in 2018. It boasts a lineup of prominent Virginia and national voices offering fresh and diverse perspectives on the news of the day, what it means for the way our government functions, and how it impacts peopleâ€™s everyday lives. What makes WJFN unique is its commitment to providing an engaging, listener-oriented experience that enables audience members to directly connect in real time with the Virginia-based hosts of WJFN 100.5 FM programs. The stationâ€™s goal is to showcase voices from both sides of the political spectrum to spark lively and ultimately productive conversations.