This time Attorney General Laxalt will only be able to stay for the first thirty minutes of the show due to a previous engagement, but the station is hoping that for his next visit, he’ll be able to stay for the usual full hour, as other guests do.
In the past former Attorney General Catherine Cortez-Mastos and former Eighth District Court Chief Judge Jennifer Togliatti have come to the show planning to stay for thirty minutes and both stayed the full hour and later talked to and even shook hands with the few visitors that attended the radio show.
Both Cortez-Mastos and Togliatti, as well as Justice Michael Douglas, share the distinction of having granted their first time radio interview to anyone in Las Vegas by appearing on Face the Tribune.
This time the panel will be made up of a local family attorney, Jason Stoffel; a Hispanic community activist/ local business woman, Alicia Herrera; Las Vegas Tribune columnist and Open Mic radio show host, Gordon Martines; Las Vegas Tribune contributor and former State Senate candidate, Ed Uehling; and Rolando Larraz, the show’s host and founder/publisher of the Las Vegas Tribune newspaper.
Among the long list of other dignitaries who have appeared on the show are: former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, Clark County Commission Chair Steve Sisolak, commissioners Larry Weekly and Chris Giunchigliani, city councilmen Bob Beers and Stavros Anthony, and Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman.
Former Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez-Masto gave the station and the show the prestige of being the only show she ever appeared on while serving in office.
Judge Carolyn Ellsworth; Family Division judges Bill Henderson and Lisa Brown and former judges Gayle Nathan and Kenneth Pollock; Las Vegas Justice Court Judge Ann Zimmerman and Las Vegas Municipal Court Chief Judge Bert Brown and Judge Cynthia Leung also join the list of dignitaries that have appeared on Face The Tribune radio show.
The radio station was founded in 2011; former congressional candidate Sharron Angle cut the ribbon and appeared on the first Face The Tribune radio show, hosted at that time by Michelle Fiore, now a Nevada Republican Assemblywoman.