Yuripzy Morgan made a “big announcement” yesterday at 1:45pm local time – she is leaving WBAL Newsradio to embark on a new adventure. Following her revelation, Morgan’s regular listeners flooded the corresponding social media post with well wishes.
Yuripzy Morgan is leaving WBAL radio
Around noon yesterday (Thursday, 17 February 2022), Yuripzy Morgan announced that she had an announcement to make.
She made her announcement a couple of hours later, at 1:45pm local time, during her regular slot on WBAL Newsradio 1090 and FM 101.5. Listeners could also tune in to catch it online.
The social media post announcing the announcement has since picked up almost 150 likes, and even more comments, wishing Morgan well on her next adventure.
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Many have expressed their sadness at having to say goodbye to Morgan’s “logical, direct but mindful” analysis.
However, the post is currently unavailable to view. Facebook suggests that it is because the owner “changed who can see it, or it’s been deleted”.
Yuripzy Morgan’s regular listeners flood her social media with well wishes
Morgan has quite a fan base. Many wrote paragraph-length comments on her Facebook post, expressing “devastation” and sadness at the news of her departure.
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“Yuripzy, I am crying,” wrote one listener. Another commented: “Bittersweet! I listened to you daily.”
While Morgan didn’t reveal what her next plans were, several of her listeners wrote that they hoped Yuripzy would “pursue political aspirations”, or words to that effect.
“Hope we see you in Maryland politics in the near future”; “You are awesome, super smart and [I] hope you are running for office in Maryland”; and so on.
It wouldn’t be the first time Morgan entered a political race
In 2016, Yuripzy Morgan was a Republican candidate for election to represent the 2nd congressional district of Maryland. However, she lost to Pat McDonough in the primary.
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In the end, the Democrats took the district anyway, with 62% of the vote. McDonough ran against Democrat Dutch Ruppersberger, the incumbent, and Kristin Kasprzak, a Libertarian candidate.
Yuripzy Morgan was fourth out of five candidates in the Republican primary. She took 5.7% of the votes against McDonough’s 71.4%.