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Governor to take public questions on KBYU television

Governor to take public questions on KBYU television

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PROVO, Utah (AP) — Utah Gov. Gary Herbert will take questions from members of the public Monday night while appearing live on Brigham Young University's KBYU-TV.

The Republican governor will be a guest on the network's call-in program Ask Eleven from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday.

The KBYU network says Utah residents can submit questions via email at askeleven@byu.edu, through Facebook and Twitter or by calling 1-855-801-1980.

Herbert also takes questions from the public during a monthly radio program called "Let Me Speak to the Governor" on KSL Radio.

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