News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | October 7

Chris discussed Hurricane Matthew making impact in Florida, Hillary Clinton’s request to extend voter registration in Florida and the controversy over the Wheely Wheely Good food truck. He talked with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about Elizabeth Warren’s criticism of Pat Toomey, CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger about the state of the NFL, and Face the Nation Host John Dickerson to preview Sunday night’s second presidential debate.

6:00 Hurricane Matthew is moving up the Florida coast.

6:08 Hillary Clinton’s campaign asked Florida’s Governor, Rick Scott, to extend voter registration because of Hurricane Matthew.

6:09 Scott announced he will not extend voter registration.

6:27 A Philadelphia City Councilwoman called the Wheely Wheely Good food truck racist.

6:35 What’s Trending: Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Bruno Mars, The Rolling Stones, Joe Buck, The White Stripes, Trump and The NFL

7:00 Chris talks with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about Elizabeth Warren alleging Pat Toomey helped Wall Street Banks rip off local communities.

7:22 Time: Women are more scared about the election than men.

8:00 Chris talks with CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger about the state of the NFL as the Eagles come off their bye week.

8:20 Chris talks with John Dickerson, Moderator of Face the Nation on CBS, to preview Sunday night’s second presidential debate.

8:35 What’s Trending: Green Day, Saturday Night Live, Kate McKinnon, Brooks Marlow

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