Harry Hurley’s radio program, “Hurley in the Morning,” will feature a reading this morning of the Declaration of Independence and a Thursday interview with Gov. Chris Christie.
Hurley — who returned Monday to WENJ-AM 1450, and to the 6 to 10 a.m. time slot — said the Declaration of Independence reading will begin at 9:03 a.m. It will be read by Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson, Assemblyman Chris Brown, Dr. Albert Dearden, Atlantic County Freeholder Chairman Frank Formica, and Hurley himself.
On Thursday, at 7:05 a.m., Hurley will interview Chris Christie on air.
“We'll discuss the state's response to our severe storm, and we'll talk about the (New Jersey) budget, and the recent special legislative session,” Hurley wrote in an email.