ABOUT GRAHAM LEDGER
Since 2013, the rest of the nation has gotten to know what San Diegans have known for three decades: Graham Ledger is their Constitutional voice in media.
The two-time EMMY Award winning television newsman hosts The Ledger Report – the national Constitutionally conservative program that dissects and analyzes political news of the day.
But Graham’s greatest achievement began in 1995, when his daughter Siena was born. Now, 25 years later, of all the awards and accolades and advancement, it is Graham’s commitment to family, including members his “surrogate” family, that takes priority above all other matters.
Graham has been a warrior for abused children in San Diego County (the Board of Supervisors proclaiming “Graham Ledger Day” in honor of his work in supporting Polinsky Center), he’s been a big brother in the Big Brothers & Sisters program, and he has served on many not-for-profit boards of directors, including
Fr. Joe’s Villages serving the homeless in San Diego. Graham has also been Minister of Hospitality at his local Catholic church.
Of course, the two-time Golden Microphone winner anchored the news for a decade and a half a KFMB-TV, News 8 covering some of the biggest live news stories in Southern California history and some of the most important stories to affect San Diego, like the “fire storm” of 2003, while becoming one of the most well-known, well respected TV newsmen in the region.
Graham uses the power of television to educate and to do good in the local community as well as nationally.
Graham’s opening line has become an iconic phrase among Constitutional conservatives: “Stand by! The doors to the newsroom are locked and the ‘p.c. police’ are not getting in…”
With Graham, one thing’s certain: even when he’s wrong…he’s RIGHT!