Luther Campbell Makes His Case on Spanish-Language Radio

Yesterday, Luther Campbell went on Spanish-language radio to talk about his campaign for Miami-Dade County mayor. The Miami New Times columnist was a guest of Ricardo Brown and Lourdes Ubieta, who host the 12 to 3 p.m. slot on Actualidad 1020 AM.

Campbell discussed his First Amendment tussle with former Broward Sheriff Nick Navarro, his support of county commissioner term limits, why he is running for mayor, and of course, his stripper tax proposal.

Watch behind-the-scenes footage of the radio interview after the jump.

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