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"30,000 votes" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"30,000 votes. So there needs to be a legitimate study of how desantis took Florida from trench warfare to breaking out into the open and routing his opposition. And then the question needs to be asked, is there a road map? Is there a game plan that has been implemented so successfully in Florida where they legitimately had the red tsunami that we could have going forward for the rest of the country? That's something that we really need to figure out because at some point the only way trench warfare ends is with a landslide victory. As you well know buck. But how do we get to that landslide? Is 2024 possible? Because I don't think either party is going to aggressively change their tactics now because they've each got 50% of the vote. It's frustrating, but it's also eye opening what they did in Florida. How did they do it? How can we expand what happened in Florida nationwide and get a true tsunami? Australian zon display, clay Travis and buck Sexton back in mere moments. News radio 6 ten and wi OD dot com Ammo is expensive and in short supply. Did you know you can train without ammunition at your house using the mantis X all the best shooters do the majority of their training doing dry fire practice at home
"30,000 votes" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Yeah, well, to your point though, if she's two to one in those districts with 30,000 votes out, there should be a real good chance she wins, right? No, and she's down 10,000. We're talking like recount. I mean, you know, Arizona could get insane when it comes to the counting of these 30,000 outstanding pilots. You know, if Trump announces, I mean, it's gonna be just a global thermal nuclear political war in 2024. Well, the good news is, well, a lot of stuff to talk about. Locally, though, Mickey kerns wins, la rego wins. That's some good stuff, right? I hope to say maybe we were a little bit of a part of that with some of our poll watching stuff. So you were. You can't cheat when people are watching. And I think the financial guys just sort of a lot of credit because he sent poll watchers all over Erie county. You can't cheat when someone's watching. You guys are watching and, you know, a conservative and a Democrat who runs as a conservative one big and eerie county. Yeah. Yeah, it's too bad we can't watch across the country and it's too bad we can't get these Republican governors to fix their elections because there's no doubt in my mind when you look again, you can't make the case that Florida goes 10% more for a Republican, but all these other states is miraculously all the poll numbers are wrong and they go dead even. There's no way. There's no way. Carrie Lake should have been just like Florida. It should have been a 15 to 20 point blowout over Katie Hobbs, right? It shouldn't have been close. Do we should he be talking about a pathway to victory? It should have been a shellacking. That ratio had been called at 7 o'clock last night for Carrie Lake as the Florida race was basically called earlier, right? There's no way in hell that you're telling me that this poll is wrong the one way, but this poll is completely around the other. There's no way. There's no way. I'm worried about 2024 stuff on. If they're willing to cheat in a presidential election like they did with Joe Biden and I'm absolutely confident that that's exactly what they did. Why wouldn't they keep doing it? They did it in this cycle. Why would they do it in 2024? I don't care if desantis is the candidate or Trump is a candidate or whoever's a candidate. It doesn't matter if they're going to cheat. You could Joe Biden campaign from his basement, right? Nobody showed up for him. Yeah. And yet he won. Right. No way.
"30,000 votes" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Be a relatively close race when this thing first started. Recall, Ron DeSantis, won his last race for governor against Andrew gillum, a gay math addict. He won that race by 30,000 votes. Three zero thousand. In a state that has 7 million votes per election? 6, 7, 8 million votes per election. He won by 30,000 votes. .4% of the vote. In this particular election, Ron DeSantis won 59% of the vote. 59%. So he went from winning by .4% of the vote to winning by one bajillion votes. The numbers don't exist anymore. We've run beyond the scope of actual mathematics in terms of how big this victory was Ron DeSantis. 59.4% of the vote for Ron DeSantis, he beat Charlie Chris last night like a rug. He beat him by 1.5 million votes, 4.6 million to 3.1 million. So from a 30,000 vote victory to a 1.5 million vote victory four years later. That is evidence of organization on the ground. That is evidence of excellent governance. That is evidence that you can convert independence to your own side. It is evidence that you have turned a purple state into a bright red, blazing red state, Tennessee, Utah like red state. This state is not on the board for Democrats, and that is because a good Republican, there is no substitute for good candidates who are good at their jobs and engage less in the culture war crazy than they do in the actual governance of their state. And certainly don't engage in stupid issues that are going to be counterproductive. Ron DeSantis is a culture warrior, no question. He will fight critical race theory who will fight woke. In his victory speech last night, he said that Florida is where woke comes to die. He is correct. He was desantis. We have embraced freedom. We have maintained Law & Order. We have protected the rights of parents. We have respected our taxpayers and we reject woke ideology. We fight the woke in the legislature. We fight the woke in the schools. We fight the woke in the corporations. We will never, ever surrender to the woke mob, Florida is where wolf goes to die.
Fundamentals Matter When It Comes to Elections
"Where I'm going to go back to probably the biggest issue that we've talked about on this podcast. Many times, and that is the fundamentals matter. Fundamentals matter when it comes to rice Canada's matter and how Canada's run matters. Walker is an example here Warnock is an example here. Both of them are flawed Candice in the sense that the public in polling didn't trust them. They're 5 unfavor numbers were upside down. And it does appear, though, that walker had a little bit more of a tug on that issue both going down because you could see the breakdown that Kemp out performed walker significantly almost four points or more in this election cycle with upwards of almost a 100,000, 200,000 most depending on where we're at right now. What does that mean? It means that people did not want to vote for Brian Kemp, maybe because of how he handled the past four years as governor, the elections, the pandemic, everything else. And for whatever reason, the refine Republicans could not vote for or did not vote for Herschel Walker. I saw a lot of signs yesterday that says that people were going to be voting for Brian camper and others on the republic ticket, but they simply left the saying it rice off. So again, we'll see what happens right now. Right now currently as we speak here early on a Wednesday morning, the Republican and Democrat in Georgia looked to be headed to a runoff, although there is room right now because Warnock is actually ahead by about 30,000 votes. There is some room that if the numbers broke very, very well for Warnock, he could win without a runoff. That would be, I think, amazing story devastating for Senate hopefuls in Georgia. But it is still there. That means
"30,000 votes" Discussed on WTOP
"Thinking about people like Virginia governor Glenn youngkin. Governor desantis in Florida and others. So this is a really, really interesting, fascinating political night that's going to be studied by political nerds like myself for years. We're still up in the air and maybe well past this broadcast CBS Jim crissa is in Atlanta, the race between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker very close and we may need a runoff. That's exactly right, Steve 97% of the vote has been counted now. And out of nearly 4 million votes counted. There's only a 30,000 vote difference between the incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock, who is in the lead at this point and Republican challenger Herschel Walker. At this point, Warnock has 49.4% of the vote, a bit ago. He was at 49.6%. Why is that important? Because here in this great state of Georgia, by law, he won running for statewide office has to get at least 50% of the vote Warnock 49.4% of the vote at this point. Again, about a 30,000 vote difference in still at 97% of the vote count at Steve. If there is a runoff election to be required and it sure looks like that at this point, that would take place on December 6th. And it was a good night for the Republican governor Brian Kemp. Very much so, and a repeat from the 2018 election camp again defeated Democrat Stacey Abrams this time much more handily by about 7% four years ago. There were court battles eventually
"30,000 votes" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Jack, what are we hearing across the country? What's the vibe? Everybody email us freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com, Jack. What do you got? I still keep hearing this story about huge working class turnout in Pennsylvania. We're talking the excerpt. The rurals, the F one 50 cavalry coming out. But at the same time, Charlie, I'm also hearing anecdotally secondhand, of course, fog of election day for a lot of this stuff that Philadelphia's numbers are up. And we did not want Philadelphia to have high turnout today because we already know the Philadelphia at a high early vote. Those mail in votes that they were really pushing in Philadelphia of course they did not in 2020 as well. So if that's up and we're also up, they have a huge cushion going in plus these rulings that were getting out of Philadelphia now. It keeps going back and forth with the courts and everything else that the last piece I saw. There's 30,000 votes now. 30,000 votes in the state of Pennsylvania, which was only 30,000 votes is there going to be the margin, by the way. Which are going to be enough to decide the margin. They will not be counted until a week after election day because of the latest ruling. So Mark Elias has decamped, he is on his way to Pennsylvania right now. The rulings are flying back and forth across the state in terms of these ballots in terms of double voting, the commissioners in Philadelphia, the undated votes. We know it's going to be closed. It's going to come down to inches and Republicans, by the way. If you're a Republican or a conservative or an election lawyer out there, you need to have eyes on two states, Arizona, and Pennsylvania. Those are the rail heads right there. Email us freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com that's freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Take out your podcast app and subscribe to the Charlie Kirk show podcast. Someone says here, Charlie of 223 locations in Maricopa County in 20% are having problems. It's 44 locations. And one out of 5 balance are being misread. Well, it's not misread because they're not being read at all, right? It's more than that. It's actually we have reports that's over 50% locations have issues. Our 50 locations have issues, 50%. Sorry. This is a bad issue because we don't even know the number of people who are having experiencing bigger or smaller, smaller issues than these big ones of just like straight up equipment not working or long lines or shutting down the polling places. So stay in line if you're in line and you haven't checked in and you want to go to a different place, you can. But once you've checked in, do not just scrap your ballot. It's as if you voted once you've checked in. Yes. Yes, everybody email is freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com look we're seeing these trends happening, but the turnout is there. People are turning out and I'm just afraid that the traffic jam is going to deter people, please, for your country, stay in line. Stay in line, do not allow themselves to deter you, do not allow them to really demoralize you, right? I mean, this is a chance to save the republic. It is within striking distance on October 21st. Hey Steven richer, mail in numbers are way below 2018, which means we'll get a tsunami at the polls. Can you guarantee every voter on election day will have a ballot? Will you have enough paper ballot backup printers and technicians that no one goes that a ballot? That tweet was ignored by Stephen richer and Bill Gates, who are allowing this to happen in Maricopa County. We have to have resolve. We have to stay the course. We stay in line, we show up in record numbers, you get your friends to do this as well. We're going to win. It is Judgment Day. You need to make a plan to go vote, email us what you are seeing, freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Also, I want to encourage all of you to register right now for America fest in Phoenix, Arizona at the Phoenix convention center December 1718 19 and 20. There's a special election day promo for you guys to get tickets for America fest with Greg gutfeld, Candace Owens, Kayleigh McEnany, the biggest speakers in the movement. Tucker Carlson, they're all going to be there that is a.m. fest dot com and some amazing country music artists watch the video. Pro American patriots from sea to shining sea are coming together to reclaim our foundational truth of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness..
"30,000 votes" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"A lot of these guys are making the case frankly for direct democracy. I mean, if they basic idea is that we don't even bother electing people to exercise independent judgment. It's just a straight up vote. Then why don't we just online poll everybody? And we can decide what to do as a country. I want to ask that, I do want to ask the election wire, guys. Looking at the polls right now. I've seen some ballpark figures on the chances that the Republicans take the Senate. You see Nate silver, for example, say that he thinks it's a 50 50 toss up, but it seems like the momentum is moving pretty strongly in the direction of the Republicans. Can you go a quick rundown on the closest Senate races and what those look like right now? Yeah, so Republicans are coming in right now, knowing they're going to get at least 48. That's assuming you throw in North Carolina and Ohio, which got very close over the summer. They were clarified as taller, classified as toss ups, Republicans have pulled ahead there. So they're coming in at 48, essentially of the last 5 toss up states, Nevada, Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Republicans need to win three of those 5 states if they're going to get to 51. And as you guys have talked about, as crime in the economy are increasingly on the minds of voters, you see them coming up the most in the debate. As we've seen Dobbs in that ruling really fade over the summer, more and more people prioritizing crime in the economy, that's what's driving this Republican optimism that we've seen lately. And now you're starting to see the polls reflect that all 5 of those states now Republicans are either tied in the lead or within one or two points. But Cabot, is it too late? And one of the tricks that the Democrats have pulled over the last couple of election cycles is pushing off things like debates where the voters get to actually hear from candidates until well after voting actually begins. I mean, we've essentially destroyed even the concept of an election day, have too many people voted for the tightening polls to play in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania since September. 500,000 people at least in Pennsylvania have already voted. The good news is that with that debate. If you look at some of the early voting totals, Republicans are well ahead where they were in 2020, even in Georgia, well ahead of where they were in 2021. So there's been a huge uptick in the number of people voting early. A lot of that's because of after COVID, a lot of people voted for the first time remote, they said, oh, I kind of like this. Let's keep doing that. But you've got to think a lot of that has to do with people being fired up to vote. And Republicans in Georgia, for example, they're making up a much higher portion of the early vote than they were in 2021. So it might be too late. It remains to be seen, but Republicans shouldn't be too discouraged if they see a lot of these early voting numbers coming in. Abrams be able to hang on to her. Interesting point brought up by Robert Cahill from Trafalgar. He said he thinks a lot of Republicans are voting early because of suspicions about how votes are cast and counted. Yeah, I'm more worried about it. Votes to come in the two ends after they shut down the that could backfire. That entire strategy could backfire Democrats in this election cycle. I think a lot of Republicans are also thinking like I'm thinking, well, I don't know what election day is going to bring in my going to be busy or whatever. I wouldn't vote voted two days ago. She's like, I want to make sure that I'm not going to be here, right? We're going to be covering this stuff. So I actually went and voted with my wife. We got our votes in as fast as we possibly could. One of the things that's really fascinating is the kind of clarification that this is pretty typical. As you get closer to the election, the mind really begins to clarify about two, three weeks out from the election. You start to see the polls really start to tighten this happens nearly every election cycle. Exactly. And in this one, you've really seen that happen in a major way, and all of the trends are moving in one direction. This is why people are talking about a wave, a wave only moves in one direction. And so if you look at these races, there are a bunch of races that seem like they were out of reach, and they're no longer out of reach. And some of these races, which, frankly, Republicans should probably lose giving the candidate quality and here I'm mentioning Herschel Walker, who's a large segments of whose voter base might be his children. Herschel Walker could easily be dragged across the finish line by not only the fact that Raphael Warnock is nut, but also by the fact that Brian Kemp is dramatically outrun Herschel Walker and Stacey Abrams. Remember, Stacey Abrams was supposed to be the president of the universe, according to Star Trek. And Stacey Abrams getting crushed by Brian Kemp, Brian Kemp is up somewhere between 6 and ten points. You want to see the red movement in this country. Florida is an amazing example. Ron DeSantis won his seat in 2018, the gubernatorial seat. He won that by 30,000 votes over a meth addict who was caught with a gay prostitute in his hotel about 6 months later and now is under indictment by the DoJ. He won that risk by 30,000 votes. He's currently up in the polls. 11 points in the average.
"30,000 votes" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Sex laden books in schools available for small children. Here she was last night pushing it. They've asked Gretchen Whitmer to comment and she's been silent on this issue, so I'm anxious to hear what she has to say. If you have material in your school that is something that you can't read to a child at a bus stop because you would be arrested because it is pornographic, then it should not be in our classrooms. What these parents are talking about are not textbooks that will help children learn about themselves. These are books that are describing to children how to have sex and parents are outraged about it across the state. I stand with those parents that want to make sure we go back to the basics. Democrats have no closing pitch. They have no closing pitch. And this is the biggest problem for them. And Republicans have a lot to run on. Namely, terrible democratic governance, and a lot of these states. And by the way, when Republicans were governing during COVID, remember, COVID is still the gigantic elephant in the room. Everybody is pretending that COVID is not going to matter in these elections because COVID is not a major ongoing issue in the United States. But the fact is the democratic governance during COVID was bad. This is why you saw I literally moved my family from California, a blue state to Florida, a red state, specifically, because of COVID policy. We moved our company with the time some 90 employees from California to Nashville, Tennessee, thank God the company has tripled in size since that time. We did that. Largely because of COVID policy and crime policy and tax policy and all the things that bad Democrat governments does. And when you look at these gubernatorial races, particularly, you can see that Democrats have nothing to run on, which by the way, there's another pull out in Florida. Speaking of Republicans who are popular, they pull out today in Florida, Ron DeSantis, 55 Charlie Crist 41. That is a 14 point gap. Ron DeSantis won his gubernatorial race in 2018 by 30,000 votes by a fraction of a percentage point. And now he has opened a gap that is wide enough to drive a Mac truck through it. Marco Rubio in the same state now has an 11 point lead on Val demings in that same hole. In other words, Republican governance is better than democratic governance and people like it better. And what was made clear during COVID is just how much of a gap there is in terms of that governance. We get to more on this in just one second first. It is the best time of the year. Election season is here. Yes, you've been looking forward to it all year. Okay, well, maybe you're not that excited about election season, but this is a time of the year when you're out and about a lot Halloween is coming up and Thanksgiving, your kids are back in school. Well, while you're out of the house, you got to make sure that your house is actually safe. And this is why I personally team up with ring.
"30,000 votes" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Go ahead Yeah so here in Florida one of the reasons we have such crazy governors and senators is we really could use some second choice voting So I don't know maybe we could have gotten gored of blaming Nader But down here in the last race we had a lot of candidates that basically canceled out one another leaving Andrew Brooks The last man standing against Ron DeSantis And before that there was a three way election where an independent helped flit away the vote from Democrats So I realized I realized New York ranked voting may not be possible Here's the math I did is Ron DeSantis one by about 30,000 votes and there's about 80,000 Disney employees He's not very good at math No No Okay All right And also have I mentioned the Republican Party is was there did I miss was there a new Kevin McCarthy tape Was there anything I missed I can't No but suppose he had a press conference on Friday so she got peppered with questions about it of course Okay It was interesting to me that the leader talked about the concern that he had if in fact those were his words which that's up to you to decide that he was concerned about his members causing danger here And at the same time complaining that we have magnetometers to keep guns off the floor of the house It just seemed inconsistent to me Ah yes and that Madison Cawthorn is caught again with a gun complaining Well she talks about that Okay Especially now with one of his members was seen taking a gun into an airport I thought you were arrested for that tried to take a gun on a plane I guess he was his member was treated differently Yeah On that point I mean I know you're right I'm not going to spend this many talking about Kevin McCarthy's inconsistencies that with his caucus So just understand that Yeah She's a badass Okay And she's like I got to talk about competition in the world so America is number one We want to talk about protecting democracy from dictatorship You want to talk about lowering costs for the American people I said what I'm going to say It's up to them People have to make a judgment about how the Republicans in Congress make a hold their members accountable And they can't say on one breath I'm afraid that they're going to cause danger to other members And at the same time complains about my having magnetometers on the floor of the House That's all I'm going to say.
How Ron DeSantis Is Winning Against the Left
"In order to win against the left, we must identify the threat and then do something about it. Ron DeSantis in Florida is one of those leaders. Despite being in a very contentious reelection campaign, not using that as an excuse for an action. Ron DeSantis is doing more than ever to protect his voters and his constituents in Florida from the existential threat and cancer that is known as critical race theory. Let us know also as the destruction of our history our language our culture and who we are. Florida is an interesting state. Florida was scheduled by the Democrat elites to become a far left wing state. Ron DeSantis had other plans. Ron DeSantis won against the morally troubled Andrew gillum and he won only I think by like 30,000 votes or something right Connor was very narrow in 2018, and now he's gone on to be the most effective and conservative governor in America in a state that is a 50 50 state and a lot of different ways. Cut 49, Ron DeSantis, articulates on how he does not want to let a militant form of Marxism take hold that is rooted in the destruction of American history. And so every time I play Ron DeSantis, there's a two part dance we do. The complement and then the why isn't everyone else saying? Play cut 49. She these things throughout the country where they take down Thomas Jefferson's statute in New York City where they take down Abraham Lincoln in Massachusetts where they take George Washington's name off schools in California. That is an attempt to erase history. They want to delegitimize the founding of the country and the institutions, and they basically want to replace it with a very militant form of leftism that would absolutely destroy this country if that ever took hold. Boy isn't that true.
"30,000 votes" Discussed on TFG Truth
"And then I spent a $1 million on a voter integrity effort the second time around and I want. And the people who did it to me were. Mister Levine, who's now the president of the Yankees, Randy Levine. And John Sweeney, who eventually went to Congress. And when I asked them the morning of the election night of the election, did we stop all the cheating? They said, I think we cut it about 70%. So let's give them about 30,000 votes. And we won by 70. So we thought we actually went by a hundred. You curbed it enough. Let's turn to this now. Just to wrap up with you, we really appreciate your generosity with your time today. Andrew, your son, Andrew, running for New York State governor. We've been happy to have him on our podcast a couple times now. And we really appreciate his time. Tell us your thoughts on this. I mean, did you ever look at Andrew as a child and say, yeah, he's going to run for office someday. Jokingly, because he accompanied me on all of my campaigns. He loved campaigning. And I used to say, probably giving this kid an addiction here to politics. And he's always been a really interested. And although he was a professional golfer for a while in Europe. And but when he came back and got out of golf, he went to work for president Trump. Now, he's known president Trump almost as obviously not as long, but for the day he was born. He's played golf with him a hundred times. And I would say the president Trump was almost like an Uncle Sam in terms of counseling him and giving him advice. And they're very close. So he went to work for him and the experience made him want to do public service. I think even the frustration of the things that should have been accomplished in the states, he was in a position where he dealt with a lot of the states, particularly on the pandemic, and then before that on.
"30,000 votes" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"With him when Nixon ran Eisenhower's civil rights projects. And but in the moment of truth, he wasn't there. And Kennedy was advised by people looking at the same political calculation to also not get involved. Except his brother in law says, no, man, you got to do this. It's not just the right thing. It's like the only thing. You can't let this the civil rights leader of our time. Be murdered in a Georgia prison. Again, what good is becoming president if you can't do this? And so Kennedy and his brother Robert F can get involved, they call the judge. They call the governor. They pull some strings, and they get king released. Basically, they put enough attention on it that it was no longer possible for something bad to happen in the shadows. In any case, king gets out, he's devastated that his friend betrayed him and you know, impressed that the balls on Kennedy that, hey, this isn't just some rich kid from Boston with powerful parents. This is like a guy with real courage and real commitment to the ideals of what America is supposed to stand for. And so Kennedy king comes out and says, this is what John F. Kennedy does for me. And John F. Kennedy wins the presidency by like 30,000 votes. Almost entirely due to the switch of black turnout. In 1960, actually the Republican Party was the party of African Americans, not the Democratic Party. And so it flips. And he wins the presidency. So when we talk about courage, it's like, first off, it's not always going to be obvious. People are going to be telling you it's precisely the wrong thing to do. But then also just like a few seconds of courage can change, not just the course of your life. But talk about the great man of history. It can change the course of an entire society. Do I remember I also that people told shriver dude, this is not advice you want to give because if he feels pressured by you, he's gonna never want to hear from you again and you'll be iced out of the campaign. And if he ends up taking your advice, everyone's gonna forget that you just took this big risk. Well, this is how all bureaucracies function. Basically all organizations where you don't people don't have real skin in the game. It's all downside and no upside to speak up, right? If you, if you push for the risk and it doesn't work, you're the idiot who screwed it all up and you get fired. And if it works out, of course, you were right. It was obvious and here's your pat on the back. You did your job. You know? And so he had to call in. He called in his.
"30,000 votes" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The Russians change the outcome of the election, even though the Intel committee said We can't tell that one way or the other. So in terms of the big lie, why is it Hillary social Media platforms have never been shut down and people respond by pushing back and saying, Well, Larry Hillary completed the election Donald Trump didn't Oh contraire, mon Frayer. Hillary never used the C word concede, nor did Donald Trump. Both Donald Trump said that Biden won the election. He never use the C word. Have a push back is that Hillary never filed to overturn the election again. Oh contraire, Mon frere. She joined the Jill Stein lawsuit to overturn the Wisconsin election and found a separate motion to have the recount done by hand. And the third thing is well. Hillary supporters didn't storm the capital in January six because Hillary wasn't in the White House. But the assumption is her supportive would have been perfectly okay with losing the election by 30 some 1000 votes, which is what Steve Kornacki said. Remember what happened when Donald Trump won the election in November, 2016 protests all over the place, including violent protests, and when he was inaugurated third week of January, 200 Hillary supporters were arrested for staging violent protests in Washington, D C. We're supposed to believe that if Hillary had been in the White House, and she lost the election for 30,000 votes, her supporters would have gone quietly into that. Good night. I don't think so. Let's go back to the beginning of this campaign when you turn your paperwork into the registrar voters, the secretary of state and they broke the law trying to keep you off the ballot. You they said If Larry Elder doesn't like our decision, Larry Elder can take us to court what you did, and you won and the judge smacked down and forced you your name to be put on the ballot. From that point forward, you could tell that the powers that be in the state of California were willing to break the law and played dirty pool to derail your campaign. They didn't even want you to have an opportunity to make a case to make an argument to the people of California the that's right big industries in California whether it's the tech industry, Hollywood whatever. They're in bed with new some PG, and he certainly is. The media who is supposed to hold his feet to the fire and report on things like him going to the French laundry with the lobbyist for PG any, They're not doing it. The Times didn't break that story. The San Francisco Chronicle didn't break that story. The Sacramento Bee didn't break that story. It was one reporter and an ABC affiliate in San Francisco that did Nobody else cared. Nobody else was looking at it. So far, you have not participated in any of the debates that have taken place in California. And people ask me about that. And I say, Listen, the institutions in California have already tried to kneecap this guy every opportunity they've had, and they continue to try to do it. The fact that he's doing his own thing, and he's not playing by their rules in a rig system where they're going after him to try to make him look as bad as possible. I totally understand Can you walk us through your logic on on that decision? Well, first of all that night, I had a fundraiser. And as I pointed out, this man can raise and spend and a limited amount of money. And so far, my understanding is he's raised $50 million. He may even spend as much as 75 million and all the people that you now mentioned Big Tech. The teachers union. The other unions, Hollywood are all throwing money against me. I didn't think it made any sense whatsoever for all of us Republicans to be and what I call the circular firing squad and shoot at each other when the first part of the ballot has to go down, and that is 50% plus one has to vote Gaddum Nelson to be recalled. After that, whoever gets the highest number of votes. Will succeed him right now I'm a hit, but frankly, I support anybody over Gavin Newsom. I think it's foolish for us to use our county cannon fire for anything other than to remind people about the hypocrisy about him having his own kids in in person, private education. We have even talked about the $500 Million deal that he did with some lobbyists who set up a company just days earlier to buy some protective masks from China, masked by the way were defective, and he was paying substantially higher price than Eric Garcetti was from ask for for Los Angeles. And we have to remind people about the crime about the homelessness and about the outrageous cost of living. That's what our job is, and that's what I'm trying to do. And that's why I'm staying focused on him and not on the other Republicans. I will do one debate. Anywhere anytime in a garage, backyard Hot air balloon, I'll debate Gavin Newsom. One of the points that Newsome keeps making is that middle class Californians are taxed less than people who live in Texas, making the same amount of money and that is a fallacy for any number of reasons. First and foremost, they get creative with what they consider to be attacks and what's a fee, and the other issue is that it's not necessarily taxes by themselves that are driving people out of California. It's the high cost of living. It's because we don't build new housing, so the cost of housing prices people out of the market. Our schools are not open or so bad. People have to send their kids to private school, which is attacks by another name. We let the homeless take over the libraries, the beaches the parks, so people have to take their kids to amusement parks or beaches in other parts of the country or other parts of the state where they don't Get harassed by the homeless. All of these forms of bad government lead to costs that Californians have to pay. He may not consider them to be taxes per se, but their taxes by another name. Absolutely. And let's add crime into that. Don't forget Barbara Boxer just a few days ago, was mugged in Oakland. Someone took her cellphone. Gavin Newsom was attacked by a mentally ill homeless person, but for the fact that he had security detail with him, he might have been harmed. How many of us are lucky enough to have security detail? Crime up in San Francisco? Crime up in L. A. And by crime? I'm talking about shootings and homicides. And up in San Diego. That is a cost to the number. One job of government is protect people in property. And this ridiculous narrative that the police are out to get you have called the police to pull back is called the Ferguson effect or the George Floyd effect and the defund the police movement, moving money out of the Oakland Police Department and moving money out of the Los Angeles Police Department while releasing 20,000 convicted talent early Statistically, they're they're more likely to re offend what could possibly go wrong. That's attacks to you know, one of the things I predicted on the show. Yesterday, I was going back to the recall of Gray Davis back in 2000 and three And instead of reporting on gray Davis is failings. What the news did was they went after Arnold Schwarzenegger and they put out a story in the Los Angeles Times, accusing him of every bad thing. You could accuse someone of as it relates to sexual harassment right before the election as I look at your rise in the polls Don't even know what's coming down the pike. But I just assumed that the LA times in the mainstream media they're going to try to turn you into a monster right before the election. Are you worried about that same thing? Uh, yes, I am worried about it. But John, it's already happened. I did a comedy bit some 27 years ago. It needs on PICO Boulevard on the West side, and it was a marking it was marking F. Lee Bailey and F. Lee Bailey's use of the N word during open court supremacy is this white man was enjoying being able to say the n word in open court without anybody attacking him? So it was played out of context on a black radio station, and I was accused of using racial epithets against my own people. Never mind. I played it on KBC when I was there, and I wasn't fired during at the time. Um, and they also came up with with a tax lien I had and I did. I had it for three days..
"30,000 votes" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Out today is staggering. I don't even know where to begin in a couple minutes were to talk to Clay Travis and Buck Sexton. They are the duo that's going to have have replaced Rush Limbaugh on this station here and nationwide. At noon every single day, so we'll talk to clay and buck here in a moment, But the n I'll is starting today so incredibly approved it. The athletes are now, uh, making deals and several U of L and UK players have already started to tweet out that they are available for endorsements and everything else so they're going to start making money. I've saw tweeted a L s u gymnast. He's going to sign $100,000 deal. Good for her. This is this has been a while coming and I have no idea what how this is all going to end up. Think about all the Olympians that train their entire life. Ohio, and then if it didn't happen, you know, because you have a small window when it comes to Olympics, and then you can only computer, these college athletes or or again. The TV deals went for millions to billions, and that's where it's all come from. I mean, basically is that people started questioning. Okay, used to be a couple million that covered a lot of stuff. But now you know to football games are three football games at the end of the year for the national championship are now billions of dollars on TV rights. The Big 10 network is bringing in billions of dollars every single year. So, um, that's where I think we're going. I think we have clay and bucket. They are ready. My friends, all right. I got to set some ground rules before we get into this expressive for you, Mr Clay Travis? No saying Boo. Was on our show because we're respected. We are respected journalists, so we are not. Hey. Good morning, guys. How are you? Sure. I'm sure you would be just as offended by CNN was by the idea that I could be in favor of the First Amendment and boobs. So God bless you. As we go into July 4th weekend. There's nothing better in our country. Fellas. We welcome you to NewsRadio, 8, 40, W. H S and Louisville, Kentucky and as each one of us on this show have 30 years of radio experience. We are all cheering for both of you to make this happen and rock it out because it takes a lot of balls to get in there and start swinging on on this replacement, so and I know we're tight on time. So we want to jump in and hit some topics before you have to go to the next station, so I will start world quick with. I think the topic for the next couple of months, at least from my seat is the Trump train. It is firing up, and it's starting to roar down the tracks. Who's going to be on Who's going to be off Buck? Is this train going to be enough to pull some of these guys to the finish line in the midterms? I certainly think that everyone who on on the right who has any short term memory at all or would understand that the Trump train is going to be the force if, in fact To be labor. The analogy a little bit here. Donald Trump ends up being the You know, the engineer, the guy, the guy pulling the cord on the Choo choo, so to speak, if he is in it, and and and if he's in it Um, certainly for the presidency, but also if he continues to push, I think for the midterms, and that's really what we're going to see. Now, that's almost certain to happen that he'll be out there as the de facto leader. Of the GOP going into these midterms. Look, I think that people felt like he got a He got a raw deal with the situation of having to run for re election in Covid. I mean, it was a once in a century pandemic, And I think the corporate media did a lot of I mean, as they always do a lot of lying and nonsense, So I I view this now as Situation where Trump he? He's a fiery competitor, and he wants to set right what he thinks went wrong in the 2020 election. I e him not being president Still, so he can try to do that, at least in the short term by helping Republicans pick up a whole bunch of seats in the House and Senate. The midterms? Well, listen, I'm a Trump fan, but I'm at the Santa's super duper fan. Who do we have a better shot with in your opinion? Either of you all the Santas or Trump. Well, that's a fascinating question. So let me break it down for you. And this is Clay. By the way, I appreciate you guys covering carrying us in Louisville, by the way, if I haven't said it already. Look, I think the question first of all has to be is the Santa is going to win in Florida in 2022 next year? I think he will. But you know that the Democrats they're already starting. I saw where they were going to be running ads against him already. They are seeing the 2022 Florida governor tutorial race as an opportunity to not the Santas out of the 2024 presidential race, So the first thing run to Santa's has to do is a little over a year from now he has to win reelection. Remember, he won a tightly fought race in Florida. I believe by 30,000 votes over Andrew Gillum. In 2018. Thank God he won that because without it, I think we would have lost the governor who has done the best job responding to covid anywhere in the country, and I know you guys with Bashir in in Kentucky. A lot of your listeners have been throwing up their hands over the restrictions that Kentucky has had, for instance, compared to other Southern states with the fact that Bashir pulled off a big upset in your state, so I think First of all, the Santas has to win in 2022..
"30,000 votes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This thing on? Jon Stewart goes on the Stephen Colbert Show. Yeah. By the way, I was thinking I was doing this story about Steve Colbert. I never watched the show. I remember watching it a little bit because he came on after Jon Stewart and he played a fake conservative, bombastic and I thought, maybe five minutes that would last for about five minutes, guys still around. Anyway, Um and I said to myself I don't want to be. Guilty. The same offense accused my parents of You're just old. You guys don't appreciate this young stuff. I try to get my mom my dad. Listen to Motown music, They wouldn't hear it. They wanted Billy Eckstein. You wanted Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald. They didn't want Smokey Robinson. Even though in my opinion, very good music. So I don't want to do that and say, I don't particularly find Colbert. Funny or Jimmy Kimmel. Funny, or, uh, the other, Jimmy. Funny, Fallon. Uh, I'm used to Johnnie Carr Carson. And all I know is that he didn't trash politicians one way or the other. If there was a Democrat in the White House, he'd make a joke about the Democrat Republican make a joke about the Republican. It wasn't nasty. It wasn't mean spirited. I just don't do not get that feel with these guys. I remember reading an article about Trevor Noah. And Trevor Noah gets this gig and that in the show, succeeding John Stewart, who will talk about in just a second. And he said, You don't know I don't know nothing about politics. Yeah, I just not end up. I'm not. I'm not into that. We're all his stuff now with politics. So here he is. Learning on the fly lecturing us about this. That and the other now the reason I mention this because Jon Stewart goes on Colbert show And Jon Stewart says that the Wuhan lab leak theory is credible. So a Washington Post columnists. Right to peace and knock Stewart And says, you know that don't look to celebrities for medical advice. Well, duh. But this is how influential these shows are. You got a Washington Post columnist watching this and writing a piece on this. I understand that anywhere from 10 to 15% of young people get their primary news source from the late night monologues. And if you do you are severely ill informed. We talked yesterday. About Joy Reid. She's one of the host on MSNBC heart that I watch that you don't have to. She was just jumping all over Mitch McConnell for forging Joe Biden's prospective Supreme Court nominees. And she even said it was evil. Apparently completely oblivious to the history of Supreme Court nominations, and they have almost all been rubber stamped until 1987 When all of a sudden the Democrats decided to go to war on Robert Bork because Robert Bork would Change the ideological complexion of the Supreme Court for the first time. First time first time we talked about this yesterday for the first time. A nominee was rejected because of ideological grounds. Just that very same year, Antonin Scalia. The conservative that the left most hates to most loves to hate was confirmed unanimously by the Senate because the ethos the way it was done. For decades. If you win an election. Elections have consequences unless your nominee is a horse thief. Trauma, Lester a tax cheat he gets through. No mas, and it's the Democrats who started it, and then she falsely asserted. That it was the Republicans that broke the rule so that now you could get a nominee through it by just a simple majority, when in fact it was Schumer, who did it and this, McConnell warned him. He said. You're going to regret this. And, of course later on, they did regret it. But joy Reid misinformed her public, so I'm reading an article by a guy named John Harwood. He used to be with New York Times and then NBC. And now with CNN he was a debate a debate moderator. During the 20. 16 Race. And we found out later on that. After one of the debates, he contacted John Podesta, who was Hillary's campaign chair and offered him advice on how you can deal with the threat. Of Ben Carson, whom he thought was going to be a major player. This is a debate moderator calling to give Hillary anyway. So John, that's That's the guy to write Two piece and CNN is is You know, Republicans just have one move and that one move is to say no. And they're saying no everything Joe Biden wants to do And this is just something that just very Do you know that every major legislation in this country in history? Has been passed. With buy in from the other party. And by major legislation. I'm talking about things like Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security. You know, the one that was not Obamacare. Not a single Republican vote. And he did it anyway. And in this case, Joe Biden. He's acting as if he won 49 to 1 states the way Ronald Reagan did in 1984. For the I'm team time. 30,000 votes. 40,000 votes rather three states. Clearly, Trump wins. 50 50 in the Senate. They lost seats in the house. Barely hanging on. And here he is talking about a multi trillion dollar. Infrastructure plan. Doubling the minimum wage. Green New deal. Tuition.
"30,000 votes" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Got a few minutes for you to weigh in. I got a lot of texts on this. I'm gonna need a couple of real quick and I got a call from South Milwaukee from Scott. I'm a conservative, Steve and I agree with you. If you want real change, there has to be modification of benefits. All agree with that. Not just one party we're supposed to be in this together is nothing more than turf wars, and we'll make the tenuous situation even more inflammatory. Now I got another A texter, who I think sent me about nine or 10 Texan in the short amount of time that I was talking about this Questioning Patrick Marley's credentials of journalists. I'll answer the question for you. He's a great journalist. You have texture, a bias against the Journal Sentinel. I would. I would always offer this as a response to this kind of stuff. If you think we're gonna be better off with no journalism, covering the actions of our elected officials that my friend is a crazy looney tunes. Idea we won't be Um, let's see real quick, one more and I'll get to the phone call. If a real Republican doesn't feel need to speak up now, when this type of behavior is bad for the future Republican Party yes, and threatens the brand. The Republican Party is bad actors for the foreseeable future. Look, I'm not trying to bash Republicans. I'm trying to bash Republicans who do things like meat and secret in the Capitol building and cast a alternate slate of electors. Thank goodness we know about this, and they should be held accountable for this because their candidates did not win those 10 electoral votes. And I'm sorry if you don't like that, and the texture says this election was rigged. Prove it's Saying it is not evidence to prove it. Scott from south walking. Hey, Scott. Hey, Steve. Good morning. Yeah, I've I've repeatedly river called my Republican state legislator. Whatever as well as other Republican County boards, whatever. And I've told them whatever that That they really need to look into their to their messaging to their candidates. Whatever end of their policy stances in the reason being is because they routinely get whatever get less than 25% of the vote. In the states major popular in the states, major population centers, and maybe they should consider whatever adopting their policy ideas. Who would practice whatever voters whatever out of those areas in whatever. In a specific example, whatever is again either submits his budget, making recommendations. Whatever, on whatever toe, prepare back some of the act and stuff. And in what is it in what is lost Whatever. Come out and do boss comes out. Whatever it says This is dead on arrival. Whatever. So again, maybe they should. Maybe they need to look internally. And if they keep losing like it's a statewide elections by 20 to 30,000 votes. They need to do something, whatever with their messages in their policy, because obviously the messaging and policy stances, whatever that would work that worked 10 15 years ago are no longer valid. They're not keeping up with the time we leave it there, Scott and thanks for the call look I'm not here to bash Republicans. I'm here to bash Republicans who do things I think border on illegality. There's no alternate slate of electors that should not have happened. It's delusional, conspiracy driven nonsense to think that that's a viable way too. To have fairness. In their minds put back in this election. This was the most Analyzed most Reviewed election in our lifetime. Why was that? Because we had an election previously that was potentially influenced by foreign agents. Therefore, we had a lot of eyes on the process. You may not like the results. I may not be happy with them. But if my Republican friends go down this road, I said I was gonna be on this issue. You want to play around election rules to the point where you are actually hurting, not just Democratic voters. But Republican voters. You are gonna have a hell of a lot of people that are gonna be calling you and at some point, you may lose an election. That you care about, which is your own. Tough words, Maybe. It has to be sent.
"30,000 votes" Discussed on WSB-AM
"WSB Atlanta's news and talk Next traffic update include some delays tonight 25 on the West side of it to Atlanta in less than three minutes. At 7 39 WSB temperature is 36. With chaos unfolding in the nation's capital. W. SP's Michelle write reports live Georgia election workers stay busy counting the votes and our special runoff election. Marcie That's right lately afternoon after tallying absentee ballots, the secretary of state's office posting numbers showing Jonah's up, defeating David Perdue by a margin of nearly 30,000 votes. Ausaf says he's honored to serve Georgia for the neck. Six years and will be focused on health care and the economy, ensuring that we invest in an economic recovery, but includes all communities that rebuilds our state's infrastructure that lays the foundations for prosperity. In rural Georgia, suburban communities and urban communities alike. Soft will join Raphael Warnock, who also won his race, beating Kelly Leffler by more than 73,000 votes. Reporting live, Michelle right, 95.5 WSB landed a CDC now predicts more than 400,000 covert related deaths in the U. S before the end of January, and that total could get up to almost 440,000 deaths and hospitalizations have been spiking and are only expected accelerate in the weeks following holiday get togethers. The current U. S. Debt told tops 360,000 within human service Secretary Alex A. Czar calls on states to speed up distributing Corona virus vaccine It would be much better to move quickly and end up vaccinating some lower priority people. Then the Let Vaccines sit around While states try to micromanage this process, fewer than five million people in the U. S have been vaccinated as of Wednesday. Dr Anthony Fauci has said he's confident up to a million people could soon receive the vaccine each day around the country. George's covert death toll now tops 10,000. It's among the state's working on Mass vaccination sites to get more people the shot, although details are still being worked out. Colorado, Texas in Massachusetts are making similar plans. The NFL is encouraging teams to offer up their stadiums of facilities to host mass vaccinations. Nobody has produced time. 7 41. It is 19 minutes till eight o'clock as we bring you up to date on weather and traffic, Given us Leave your all this work. Mellish has been fleshing out the timeline for a few days Now, Kirk. It sounds like the closer we get to this next weather event with looking start zeroing in on when to expect it here. No, that's right. Scattered writing showers. That chance goes up after three PM today, give or take a couple of hours. Rainfall amounts accorded a half an inch on average snow flurries. Her sleep may mix in by tomorrow morning in some spots north of I 20 but no accumulation and not everybody will see it. The scattered showers ending tomorrow between eight and 11 a.m. for details. Read my block get wsb radio dot com. Look for a high today and near 49 loaded nine around 36 Tomorrow. Scattered showers. 60% likely in the morning. Spotty flurries or sleep possible north. No accumulation High 44 for Saturday A mix of clouds and sunshine High 47 low 27 recapping our forecast for today. Increasing cloudiness to this morning. Scattered showers. 70% likely late afternoon and evening and a high near 49 right now. 36 I'm meteorologist Kirk. Polish 95.5. WSB Banks will be.
"30,000 votes" Discussed on WSB-AM
"First black senator and the country's youngest center will be representing us in Congress. Marcie that's right. Despite the chaos going out of the capital election workers around Georgia we're tabulating the votes from our runoff elections. Fight later in the day, the secretary of state's office projecting that John Ausaf defeats David Perdue by nearly 30,000 votes. In his victory statement, Asaf acknowledges he wasn't everyone's choice. But I will serve all the people of the state. I will give everything I've got to ensuring that Georgia's interests are represented in the U. S. Senate. Ausaf says he plans to focus on health care and economic development for Georgians. He'll join Reverend Raphael Warnock, who defeated Kelly Leffler by more than 73,000 votes in representing our state reporting live Michelle right? 95.5 WSB some Georgians treated this week's Georgia Senate run offs is more than just a straight party line vote. Reporter JD Kappa Ludo with the Atlanta Journal Constitution found a split ticket Atlanta voters who voted for Democrat Raphael Warnock, but not Democrat Jon Ossoff's. He said that Kelly Lefler is basically didn't like how she was so loyal to Trump and didn't like that Her campaign wasn't so issue based He said. You know, she didn't tell us what she's actually going to do. The man contains all soft did not show a list of achievements that would earn his vote since his failed 2017 house run. You seem kind of like pain, even explaining it seemed like a really tough choice in Atlanta, Veronica Waters, 95.5 WSB. Gorgeous pandemic death toll has now surpassed 10,000 with more than 600 patients currently in the hospital. The Atlanta based CDC now estimates more than 400,000 covert related deaths across the U. S. By the end of the month. Hospitalizations top 100,000 for the 36th straight day and the post holidays numbers are expected to keep going ever higher. The reporter Tim McGuire, says the federal government's looking to spur covert vaccinations, Health and human services Secretary Alex Cesar is calling on states to speed up the process of distributing coronavirus backs. Means a czar was responding to reports the distribution process was too slow Start hope to have 2 20 million Americans vaccinated before the new year, but less than five billion had received the shot by Wednesday. George is among the state's working on plans for mass vaccination sites of the details are still being worked out. The NFL is urging teams to open up stadiums to host mass vaccinations. So far, only New England has announced concrete plans to do so. WSB news time. 6 42 Governor Camping George.
"30,000 votes" Discussed on WTVN
"Votes for Donald Trump will being switched in removed from his total. Johnson coincided with other precinct updates, but simultaneously all set deductions so that they appeared to remain neutral outside observers. Across the three counties of dodge going tree and put them Trump has over 30,000 votes that's simply disappear. I mean, that speaks for itself, okay? Uh and People say, Where's the proof? Where's the proof? Well, I'm pretty sure that meddling in the United States election Is going to be in the hands of some extremely smart People who know how to do this. And I'm going to suggest that maybe the United States government Visa VI, the CIA has done this in other countries. Do you think that maybe the United States and Smartmatic voting electric voting system? Might have influenced some elections and third World countries. The benefit of the United States to put our allies and power. Do you think that maybe that know how is already there? The technology is already there, especially when we gave them the machines. Do you think now that perhaps This is on par with In the name of democracy. We need to do this to get this. This guy out of power. Do you think it's possible that the Democrats or the deep state hate this guy so much? Or he's such a threat to national security so much that they would actually be able to justify this. Absolutely I'm there. I'm absolutely there. Keep in mind the things these guys were saying, they've put all of their data online. You can check it yourself. So again. What if it turns out that the deep state of the United States is rigged elections of developing countries in the name of democracy and did the same thing here? Okay now. Meanwhile, the GOP is breaking into the past in the future right before our eyes. We've got Mitch McConnell of the past, and we've got, uh Ted Cruz, Ted Cruz, Holly on Holly and then over and then you've got Ben Sasse, who's slamming Republicans who plan to delay certification of Biden's wind. You know. So Ben Sasse, who's an up and comer and the Republican Party. He's He's gone with team McConnell to the zoo, where the rhinos go, then we have well done, and then we have this this debate over the money, okay, McConnell says. December 31st direct payments of socialism for rich people know Mitch McConnell. It's not socialism. It, nor is it your money. Why not fight over the billions to other countries Returning tax dollars to taxpayers is not socialism. That's a step in the right direction. So you know, I like his lungs were acting within the law. Republicans, the conservatives, the people on the side, you know. Uh, If the Constitution or there's an act that no one's ever paid attention to for the 220 years old 150 years old Whatever. Let's go. Let's have at it. Let's have a commission like Ted Cruz wants Meanwhile, in Ohio It is now. Legal to drive on the white fog line. Not get stopped by the police. Finally. The Ohio Supreme Court after I mean, you talk about totally pivoted probably just gave you whiplash. Just the Spillers Dixon line of cases Now this is might be But now the Ohio Supreme Court has finally sad that you can't pull someone over for driving on the White fog line. How many videos and drunk driving cases you watch with a prosecutor to see if your client actually touches the white line to justify the traffic stop violence. Supreme Court says You can drive on the line. You just can't drive over the line. Also the Supreme Court. You've got one of those self driving cars. You could set it so that it drives only on the fog line. I said, it's It's also. I'm Yes, I could. The Supreme Court also was busy. Let me run this by you, general. Uh, gentlemen, by the name of Mr Weber gets in an argument of his wife, his wife called 911 saying My husband is intoxicated, holding a shotgun misses down the Claremont County. Two sheriff's deputies show up, they go inside there He is holding the shotgun in his home. It's unloaded. They arrest him for having a weapon while intoxicated. He challenges that saying, I have a second Amendment right to possess Fireman in my own home, no standing and the Supreme Court said, No, You don't not if you're on the influence of alcohol..
Which states will have a recount?
"Biden is the projected winner of the presidential election. The Associated Press called the race yesterday after he took both Pennsylvania and Nevada now President Trump's legal team not backing down, though they filed lawsuits, and they've also called for recounts. We'll break down the rules regarding that process in some of the key states the first let's take a look at Georgia there. State law does not require an automatic recount. A deadline to request one is two business days after county certify the vote. The margin must be half a percentage point or less, in order to have a recount. If the recount is approved, there is no set deadline for completion. And right now, Joe Biden leads in Georgia by just under 20.0.2 percent. Let's go to Michigan. Now there will be an automatic recount if the difference in the races 2000 votes or less. The deadline to request request to recounts two days of the canvas. There's not a required margin in orderto have a recount, and there's also no set limit for when it has to be completed. But Joe Biden currently leads in Michigan by more than 100,000 votes. Meantime, Nevada also does not have an automatic recount rule. Party officials can't request of recounts in the three days after the statewide vote canvas Recounts must be finished in 10 business days. Biden leads there by more than 30,000 votes moving onto North Carolina. Automatic recounts are not required. The deadline to request one is two business days after the canvas, but in orderto have a recount. The margin must be half a percentage point or 10,000 votes. President Trump leads in that state by more than 40,000 votes. All right, let's head to Pennsylvania and does have an automatic recount if the race falls within half a percentage point, which is not the case right now. The deadline to request is five days after the unofficial canvas and if there is an automatic recount, it must be finished in three weeks. But if one party requests a recount, there is no set
Trump closes gap on Biden in Arizona as mail-in ballots are counted
"ABC serene Shaz in Phoenix secretary of State right here in Arizona, saying that the Processes working exactly the way that it should. It's a process that shows the margin between the candidates shrinking. They're separated by about 30,000 votes that is less than 1% point. It is unclear if that is enough for the president to cross the finish line, at least right here in this state, But it also leads in Nevada and Georgia, where ABC News can project the Senate race between incumbent Republican David Perdue and
Biden has taken lead from Trump in Pennsylvania as vote tally continues
"In the electoral vote Rich Pennsylvania. Former Vice President Joe Biden maintains that nearly 29,000 vote lead over President Trump and his elite of about a half percentage point. Georgia remains the closest race, with Biden holding a mere 4000 vote edge about 1/10 of a percent recounts could be triggered in both Pennsylvania and Georgia. Biden leads in Nevada by more than 22,000 votes, or nearly 2% in Arizona, which The Associated Press has already called for. Biden, the former vice president is ahead by nearly 30,000 votes or just under 1%. In North Carolina. President Trump leads by more than 76,000 votes or about 1.5%, according to The Associated Press is tally Joe Biden has 264 electoral votes compared to President Trump's 215, of course, 270 or needed to win the White House stick with w T O p all weekend for the latest developments in the 2020