As the Nov. 2 election approaches and the 2004
presidential campaign heats up, it shouldn’t be too surprising that neither
candidate is saying much about trucking issues directly.
Trucking journalist Mike Howe reports that
PresidentGeorge W. Bush, the Republican nominee, and Sen. John Kerry, the
Democratic nominee, recently offered some valuable campaign time to be
interviewed on trucking issues.
Each candidate was asked the same 10 questions,
which should provide everyone affiliated with trucking a glimpse at what it
would mean to the industry for either man were to be the next president of the
Tomorrow afternoon (5 p.m. CST, Oct. 12), Mike
Howe’s full interview will appear on OOIDA’s Web site and Land Line’s Web site.