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"alex padilla" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:06 min | 6 d ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. A new report from the state auditors. Office shows California schools don't have the resource is to help prevent youth suicide and self harm. Assemblyman James Ramos says he's concerned about the lack of support for young people. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among Native American youth and the rule in northern parts of our state are also hit hard by this tragedy. The report found that acts of self harm and youth suicides are both increasing. In California. None of the six school district reviewed had implemented suicide prevention policies or training Governor Gavin Newsom signed Ramos is Bill to create a statewide office of suicide prevention, which will take effect in January. A Sacramento judge is refusing to make the state's Republican Party reveal information about its Dropbox program. California attorney general, have your butts. Sara asked a judge to make them hand over the names and contact information of every voter who used one of the unofficial drop boxes. Judge David Brown says there was no immediate harm or irreparable injury if they do not do so. GOP leaders refused to give the information. But Sara requested, saying it is protected by the Constitution. Californians have turned in more than 4.8 million ballots so far for this year's general election, Secretary of State Alex Padilla took to Twitter to share the news. That number comes just from mail in ballots. The tweet also reminded people to return mail in ballots through the mail or at an official dropbox or pulling location. In order to be counted. Ballots must be postmarked no later than 8 P.m. on November 3rd officials in Santa Cruz County are moving ahead with Phase two cleanup efforts in the aftermath of the seas. EU Lightning complex flyers The mid August fires burned more than 86,000 acres in the Santa Cruz mountains and destroyed more than 900 homes. The Board of Supervisors has passed a debris cleanup ordinance. It opens the way for government and private programs to help property owners clear hazardous soil and ash and other toxic materials. I'm Nick a magus Sacramento traffic.

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California: GOP can no longer deploy "unauthorized" drop boxes

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:26 min | Last week

California: GOP can no longer deploy "unauthorized" drop boxes

"Will be no prosecution of California Republican Party officials for placing unauthorised ballot drop boxes around the state. For now, he CBS political reporter dug, sovereign says state officials say the GOP has agreed to follow California's ballot harvesting law. But party leaders insist they always were. This all began when the California GOP owned up to installing dozens of ballot drop boxes around the state. Some marked official which they were not. Secretary of State Alex Padilla and Attorney General Javier Becerra ordered the party to cease and desist. The Republicans refused, saying they're taking legal advantage of California's ballot harvesting law. Now, Padilla says the GOP is complying so voters will no longer be deceived by bogus boxes. You know who was collecting those ballots? We couldn't guarantee that was about to be returned to the county within the required time, friend, if at all. So there was a big election security vulnerability that these boxes presented. That seems to have been removed, the party officials say. All they've done is removed the official signs and they're still using drop boxes. They insist those boxes were always secure and attended. Padilla and by Sarah say, that's not true. We've heard them say certain things about Over the weeks about their activities, and their practice has been different. But Sarah says the law does require a vote collector toe add their name and signature to the ballon envelope, so collecting them anonymously in boxes is against the law. He says the investigation continues. Prosecution remains a possibility.

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California: GOP can no longer deploy "unauthorized" drop boxes

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:31 min | Last week

California: GOP can no longer deploy "unauthorized" drop boxes

"Of California Republican Party officials for placing unauthorised ballot brought boxes around the state and loose not for now. KCBS political reporter dug sovereign reports, State officials say the GOP has agreed to follow California's Ballot harvesting law, though party leaders say they always always words all began when the California GOP owned up to installing dozens of ballot drop boxes around the state. Some marked official which they were not Secretary of state Alex Padilla and attorney General Javier but Sarah ordered the party to cease and assist. The Republicans refused, saying they're taking legal advantage of California's ballot harvesting law. Now, Padilla says the GOP is complying so voters will no longer be deceived by bogus boxes. You know who was collecting those ballots? We couldn't guarantee that was about to be returned to the county within the required time, friend, if at all. So there was a big election security vulnerability that these boxes presented. That seems to have been Remove the party officials say. All they've done is removed the official signs and they're still using drop boxes. They insist those boxes were always secure and attended. Padilla and Sara say that's not true. We've heard them say certain things about Over the weeks about their activities on their practice has been different. But Sarah says the law does require a vote collector toe add their name and signature to the ballon envelope, so collecting them anonymously in boxes is against the law. He says. The investigation continues. Prosecution remains a possibility. Doug

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California: GOP can no longer deploy "unauthorized" drop boxes

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

01:06 min | Last week

California: GOP can no longer deploy "unauthorized" drop boxes

"Michael's Getting unofficial ballot Drop boxes in California are the latest election controversy. The state's sending a cease and desist order to the California Republican Party this week after boxes were stationed in some counties. State GOP says they're just taking advantage of state law, which allows for ballot harvesting. Secretary of State Alex Padilla says the violation is found in the details of that law Persons assistant they've ordered the return of their salads must also add their names. Sita shirts to return Chain of custody is care about. Even so, Republicans are accusing Democrats of voting rights hypocrisy, saying they're only doing what Democrats perfected in route to sweeping gains in the 2018 midterms. Pretty clear that Democrats only care about ballot harvesting when someone else is doing it, says the Republican Party chair, Jessica Milan Patterson. But Padilla says he's been in communication with state GOP and they've committed changes every container to hear. The state Republican Party has agreed to cease the deployment of promotion. But authorized unofficial secure about the

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Los Angeles - Ballot harvesting under scrutiny in California elections

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:59 sec | Last week

Los Angeles - Ballot harvesting under scrutiny in California elections

"Coverage. Unofficial ballot drop boxes in California are the latest election controversy. The state's sending a cease and desist order to the California Republican Party this week after they stationed boxes in some counties. KFBK is John Brown eyes. He has an UPDATE. California Republicans claim they're just taking advantage of a state law which allows for ballot harvesting. Secretary of State Alex Padilla says the violation is found in the details of that law Persons assistance in order to return They're ballads must also add their names. Signature awful of a chain of custody is care about media says he's been in communication with the state GOP and they've committed to changes. Despite the rhetoric, every container to hear the state Republican Party has agreed to cease the deployment promotion. But authorized unofficial secure about it. Dropbox Attorney General Javier or Viscera says Having that commitment in writing will help if the issue ends up in court. John Byrne Isay News 93.1

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California: GOP can no longer deploy "unauthorized" drop boxes

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:54 sec | Last week

California: GOP can no longer deploy "unauthorized" drop boxes

"Attorney general and the secretary of state have announced that so called unauthorized ballad Drop boxes set up by the California GOP have been removed and they will be monitoring ballot collections efforts in the weeks ahead, Secretary of State Alex Padilla told reporters. A cease and desist order against the GOP efforts has had the desired effect. Then those ballot drop off box. That were questionable have been removed. But he also made it clear there will be further efforts to assure that if ballot harvesting and collection with the GOP is done, it's done right. It must adhere to the requirements of state law, which includes a strict chain of custody provision requiring whoever is assisting the voter in the return of their palate to add their signature and their names. Both the attorney general and the secretary of state indicated their overall goal is to instill confidence in voters. That their ballots will be properly deposited and validated, no matter which method they chose to use. To cast their vote.

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California GOP won't remove unofficial ballot drop boxes

Pat Walsh

00:35 sec | Last week

California GOP won't remove unofficial ballot drop boxes

"State Republican Party leader CVI will not comply with an order from the seats. Chief elections. Official Secretary of State Alex Padilla. Attorney General Javier Becerra say the unofficial ballot drop boxes are illegal and have ordered Republicans to remove them by today. Republican Party leaders say we have put the boxes in Orange of Fresno and Los Angeles County's on Wednesday they would not reveal where else they have put these boxes or how many ballots they have collected from them. The party's general counsel, says the box is comply with California's ballot harvesting wall, which allows people to collect ballots from voters and return them to county election officers to be counted.

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California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:27 sec | Last week

California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order

"The California Republican Party says it will not remove on official ballot boxes from counties with competitive US House races. Secretary of State Alex Padilla and attorney General Have you ever said I say that the boxes are illegal. They've ordered the parties removed by today. The GOP's lawyer says. That's not going to happen, claiming the boxes are in compliance with California's ballot harvesting law. It allows people to collect boxes from voters and returned them to county election offices to be counted.

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California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order

The KFBK Morning News

00:48 sec | Last week

California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order

"Of the California Republican Party say they are ready for a court battle over unofficial ballad drop boxes. It is placed in three different counties. California's secretary of state, a Democrat, has sent TheStreet GOP a cease and desist order ordering them to remove the boxes, but the party claims they are legal under the law. ABC is Josh Haskell reports. Even after California Secretary of State Alex Padilla sent a cease and desist letter to the California Republican Party regarding their illegal ballot drop boxes. The state GOP says they plan to expand the program. The state Republican Party says the boxes are legal because its ballot harvesting, which authorizes another person to take their ballot to a collection site. The Secretary of state, says This doesn't qualify as ballot harvesting because the collection boxes or

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California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order

The KFBK Morning News

00:50 sec | Last week

California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order

"Republican Party says they're ready for a court battle over unofficial ballot drop boxes that have been placed in three counties. California Secretary of State has sent the GOP a cease and desist letter ordering them to remove the boxes. But the party officials say that they are legal under the law, and they are allowed about two ballot harvest. ABC is Josh Haskell reports. Even after California Secretary of State Alex Padilla sent a cease and desist letter to the California Republican Party regarding their illegal ballot drop boxes. The state GOP says they plan to expand the program. The state Republican Party says the boxes are legal because its ballot harvesting, which authorizes another person to take their ballot to a collection site. The Secretary of state, says This doesn't qualify as ballot harvesting because the collection boxes or unmanned

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California GOP says it won't remove unofficial ballot boxes

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:33 sec | Last week

California GOP says it won't remove unofficial ballot boxes

"California Republican Party says it will not comply with an order from the California attorney general and the elections chief official to remove unofficial ballot boxes Secretary of State Alex Padilla and Attorney General Javier or Bashira Say the boxes are illegal. They ordered the California GOP to remove them by tomorrow, but the GOP says it will not. They say. Officials say the California's ballot harvesting law allows people to collect ballots from voters and return them to county election officials to be

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California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:45 sec | Last week

California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order

"California Secretary of State Alex Padilla is issuing a cease and desist letter to the state's Republican Party over unofficial ballot drop boxes. The party admits it's set up in several counties. Is ABC is Alex Stone tells us the fight may be heading to a courtroom. California's ordering that the unofficial ballot drop boxes be removed. Democrats argued its voter suppression to create confusion over which drop boxes or official Hector Barajas with California GOP says Democrats voted to allow ballot harvesting collecting ballots on behalf of somebody else. And that that's all they're doing. You have a choice. We could either one and complain about the election results later. Or we could get smart and figure out the rules and figure out the chessboard that they laid out before. The California GOP says the boxes will stay and that Maura will be

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California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:47 sec | Last week

California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order

"Secretary of State Alex Padilla is issuing a cease and desist letter to the state's Republican Party over unofficial ballot drop boxes. The party admits it's set up in several counties. Is ABC is Alex Stone tells us the fight may be heading to a courtroom. California is ordering that the unofficial ballot drop boxes be removed. Democrats argued its voter suppression to create confusion over which drop boxes or official Hector Barajas with California GOP says Democrats voted to allow ballot harvesting collecting ballots on behalf of somebody else. And that that's all they're doing. You have a choice. We could either one and complain about the election results later. Or we could get smart and figure out the rules and figure out the chessboard that they laid out before. The California GOP says the boxes will stay and that Maura will be added. Alex Stone. ABC NEWS LOS

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"alex padilla" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:53 min | Last week

"alex padilla" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Talk radio 6 80 double You see the man you were. The channel forecast really start to the day, but it's going to be a nice one. Too Sunny. It'll be dry about 72 for the high A little bit later on. Now, again, it's 50 Eastern 46 in Towson on right now, in time for Rush Limbaugh's Morning Update for weeks, officials Ballot drop off boxes have appeared at churches, gun shows and gyms in Southern California. The local news is reporting They aren't official of all the drop off boxes were installed by California Republicans. Democrats will run the state is if that's their private country are really mad. Local news made its way the California Secretary of state Alex Padilla, Who says it's illegal for any invited to operate their own ballot. Dropbox, especially one that pretends to be official says that anybody caught operating an unofficial Dropbox could face felony charges in a 2 to 4 year prison term. Republicans say Not so fast senorita secretary in 2016, Democrats passed a law allowing ballot harvesting. Voters. Khun give their balance to anybody. They designate that person a group in turn him in to be counted. Republican sued to stop the bout of harvesting lawn. They failed so now instead of fighting law, Republicans were using the law. The harvest ballots into these designated ballot boxes. Democrats heads they're exploding out there. Alex Padilla and his fellow Democrats support ballot harvesting when they are collecting the balance. When Republicans do it, they're threatened with jail. Two sets of rules, one for Democrats, the other for Republican separate and unequal. This is what it's like to live in a Democrat, Banana Republic. When are people going? Why don't I have to keep telling people this Russian noon, then showed 36.

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California elections officials order Republicans to remove illegal ballot drop boxes

Pat Walsh

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

California elections officials order Republicans to remove illegal ballot drop boxes

"Of State Alex Padilla and state Attorney General Javier Airbus. Sarah are issuing a cease and desist order to the California Republican Party to stop using unofficial drop boxes. Padilla says reports of the boxes came in over the weekend. These boxes are not the same as county election drop boxes that are required to meet state security standards. The drop boxes were seen in Los Angeles, Orange, Fresno and Bute counties.

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California elections officials order GOP to remove drop ballot boxes

Mark Thompson

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

California elections officials order GOP to remove drop ballot boxes

"Dot com. State election officials are ordering Republican Party officials to stop collecting election ballots and unofficial Dropbox is Secretary of state Alex Padilla says they've received reports about boxes and Fresno, Los Angeles and Orange counties. Misleading voters is wrong. Regardless of who's doing it. Political parties and campaigns can engaged and get out the vote efforts, but they cannot violate state law. The secretary of state is telling county registrars. The boxes are illegal and ballots must be mailed or brought to official voting

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"alex padilla" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:25 min | 2 weeks ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The coast in the upper seventies to mid eighties in the valleys in the mid nineties, too low one hundreds, with San Diego's most accurate forecast. I'm ABC 10 News meteorologist making Perry 64 degrees right now downtown to a vista at 62 in Lemon Grove. 69, Antoninus. It's 59 Degrees Coco New Year's time NATO one in this hour of the news is brought to you by anchor funding dot net court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett is sidestepping questions about abortion this morning during the second day of her Senate. Mation hearing, Barrett said she will not pre commit to how she would rule on specific cases and insisted that she has no agenda. Chairman Lindsey Graham and Bharat also discuss potential lawsuits against abortions. The argument I'm making is if you have to provide anesthesia to save the child's life, cause that can feel pain must be a terrible death to be dismembered by an abortion. That's a theory to protect the unborn at the fifth month. That litigation comes before you. Will you listen to both sides, Of course, so do that. In every case. Barrett also would not say whether the Constitution or federal law gives the president the authority to unilaterally delay a presidential election. President. Trump has said he may not accept the results of the election if he thinks it was not conducted fairly. Meantime, Republican Senator Chuck Grassley claims Democrats are misleading the public when they say Republicans are rushing the confirmation. So the Supreme Court can carry out Republican policies A judge is supposed to interpret laws. In an impartial manner consistent with the Constitution. Republicans aren't interested in seeing judges quote unquote carry their policies forward. Republicans want judges to interpret the law and the Constitution not make law right now she is being questioned by Senator John Cornyn of Texas a Republican. You can watch that confirmation hearing live at kogo dot com. California's attorney general, his issued a cease and desist orders to the state Republican Party over unauthorised ballot collection boxes. I'd have popped up in the state Secretary of State Alex Padilla says those boxes are illegal. Jessica Mensch reports from Sacramento, A spokesperson for the California Republican Party, admits that the party did by its own drop boxes. He would not confirm how many are in rotation.

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California Republicans ordered to remove unofficial ballot drop boxes

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

California Republicans ordered to remove unofficial ballot drop boxes

"California's Republican Party has relented and will remove unofficial ballot drop boxes from a handful of counties the state GOP, claiming that California election law allowed them. But Secretary of State Alex Padilla says the law is clear. Unofficial. Unauthorized pallet drop boxes are not permitted by state law. Democrats complained Republicans could simply throw out ballots from unofficial collection boxes

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California orders GOP to remove 'fake' ballot drop boxes

KNX Evening News

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

California orders GOP to remove 'fake' ballot drop boxes

"Ballot. Dropbox is deployed by the state Republican Party, removed jointly with the State Department of Justice Alex Padilla says his office has sent cease and desist orders to the state GOP as well as county Republican Party's in Fresno L A and orange where the unauthorized boxes have popped up as if they choose to comply. That's ideal scenario for everybody involved. Most importantly, the voters. If they refuse to comply. Then, of course, we will entertain all of our legal options. When asked about the state GOP defending the unofficial drop boxes as legal equating it to so called ballot harvesting. Attorney General Javier are beset, responded, We are here again to announce it. Without equivocation that the's drop boxes that are not part of the county's official election collection process are illegal if you participate in those activities You are knowingly engaged in an activity that is against the law, Padilla says. The parties in question have until Thursday to comply. A spokesperson for the California Republican Party emailed Cayenne X that, as of right now they will continue their ballot Harvesting program. Margaret Career O K Annex

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What to Know About Vote-by-Mail Ballots in California

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

What to Know About Vote-by-Mail Ballots in California

"California are getting their 2020 election ballots in the mail this week. It's the first time in state history all voters are receiving a mail in ballot automatically an effort to control the spread of covert 19 by limiting contact at the polls. Secretary of state Alex Padilla says the sooner voters fill out their ballots and mail them in the easier it'll be for election workers. Every election. People start asking Awaken, We expect results. Why does it take California so long to a finish processing the ballots? So we have given counted the ability to start Processing, especially the big inflicts a vote by mail ballots earlier. This go around in a no preliminary results until after the polls closed, But I'll count is get ahead of the game. The deadline to register to vote online or by mail is October 19th. Voters can also track a mail in ballot from when from when the post office receives it. You confined the wears my ballot tool on the secretary of state's website.

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"alex padilla" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:41 min | Last month

"alex padilla" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Very dramatic piece of video, and you can see it on our Web site this morning at Cannes. Next 10 70 dot com. Secretary of State Alex Padilla has a message for voters. First of all if you haven't registered yet, Padilla says, What are you waiting for? We make it easy in California go to vote that's he ate that Gov and register their if already registered, he says. It's a good idea to verify your status to make sure the address is up to date, especially before vote by mail ballots go out. Padilla also encourages signing up for wears my ballot receive alerts by email by text message or automated phone calls. On the status of your ballot through the delivery process, but on its way to the voter on its way back to the county, including confirmation when you're about was received, and when it was counted, he says. There are already more than 21 Million voters registered a first in state history with expectations of a very strong turnout for this presidential election. Margaret Career O k Annex 10 70 news radio 9 24 just to remind her that's what we do or a timeline contest. You want to tune in for that fun to always In the year and then you have a chance of winning some prizes as well. So 9 24 coming up Sigalert for the next three hours in Silmara. That's what they're saying now south five at rocks for the number 34 and five lane still blocked because of a deadly crash. There, We'll get you more coming up on 9 15. It's 9 11. If you are retired, a retiring soon subscribe to the money matters with Ken Merav podcast. We cover topics like what to do Now, if you've lost income when and how to take Social Security. Is it safe to be in the market right now? Where to get income during your retirement. How one bear market could change your life how to pass on the fruits of your labour to your greedy,.

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Will mail-in voting be fair in 2020 election?

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Will mail-in voting be fair in 2020 election?

"National cochair for the Biden campaign. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. Good morning to you. Great to be with you, Margaret. Thank you for having me. I want to start on the issue of voting because your state was specifically mentioned there by Rana McDaniel as having increased mail in ballots during the pandemic. During the March presidential primary, More than 100,000 mail in ballots were rejected by election officials, according to Data that had been gathered by the AP. Given that experience, doesn't that indicate that there are some significant gaps in terms of your state's election integrity? Democracy is not an easy thing, Margaret, of course, but I have a very deep confidence in our secretary of state Alex Padilla in our counties to be able to run elections in to run them well, and the difference is that we're trying to run elections that expand democracy that give the vote to everybody where we see a war on voters in other states run by Republicans who literally want to take people off the Ballot. Take him off the election rolls, You know, period here, a different middle Initial. We saw it happen with Stacey Abrams in Georgia. She would be governor today, Daniel so ironic that Republicans No. We're doing making sure that every American in California who can vote will vote That is, I think what a democracy is about why we make it so difficult for Americans to vote? It seems to be anti democratic with a small D. And so we're going to make sure that we have not only safe and secure elections, but a paper trail as well. Something I think all folks from both the right and left have called for for years. I simply don't understand. Why this president fears this. It's probably because he knows he's going to lose on the

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"alex padilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:26 min | 2 months ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"FM in San Francisco and 89.3 of them in Sacramento. The time 8 22 It's morning edition on I'm Brian what The Democratic National Convention kicks off today, not in Milwaukee, as was originally planned, but Well, where exactly? We know Joe Biden and his running mate, Camilla Harris will be speaking from Delaware. But what about the rest of the convention senior editor for politics and governments got Schaefer joins us for a preview. And Scott. Okay, this is just plain weird. Right now. We're gonna do this. Well, you know, I think most people are going to be doing what we've all been doing for the last several months, which is streaming zooming watching TV listening to the radio. You know, it's funny because the theme for this convention is Unite America. Or uniting America. And, of course, no one's going to be united because of the pandemic. We're all going to be scattered across the country that includes the delegates. This was originally planned for Milwaukee on July 13th that week, and of course, the Democrats pushed it back a month to this week, And then a few weeks ago. They said, no to all the delegates. Please don't even come to Milwaukee. Just stay where you are. And so all of these things that usually happen at a convention, the meetings, the schmoozing, the party's none of that is going to be happening this year at least what the Democrats we're not quite sure yet what the Republicans are going to do next week. You and Marissa Lagos were in Philadelphia for the Democratic Convention four years ago. What do you think gets lost when everyone is not in the same place beyond the schmoozing and networking and hugging. You know, Brian, the most vivid memory I have from four years ago was day one of the convention Each morning. The California delegation would have a breakfast and on day one. I think it was the secretary of state. Alex Padilla spoke, and there was still a lot of hard feelings between the supporters of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. And during Padilla's speech, there was a lot of booing, and so you got this immediate, firsthand sense of all the divisions and the anger and that we saw that play out throughout the rest of not just the convention, but the entire campaign into November. And so that's less true this time around between Sanders supporters and say Biden supporters But you know, nonetheless, by not being there in person, you don't get to kind of read the room or take the temperature of the way we did four years ago. So what do California delegates due this week? If they're not there? To be upset that Sanders didn't make it or very, very happy that Senator Kamala Harris did. What did they do? You know, I think the Sanders people are disappointed He did win the primary in California in March. And I think they wanted to have more of an influence at the convention on the issues. They care about things like Medicare For all the green new deal, A lot of that is symbolic. Anyway, This is going to be about Joe Biden and Kamala Harris by and large, but I think by not being there, these delegates and the influence they would have hoped to have is really going to be diluted. We can't say enough about Senator Kamala Harris on the ticket from California. That's kind of huge, right. It is huge. I mean, it's the first time this has happened to California Democrat on the top or near the top of the ticket. If they win, she's going to bring all of her California connections and sensibilities on issues to the White House. A lot of people policy people in particular on issues like health care, the environment are going to be dusting off their resumes. And if they win, you know Gavin Newsom will get to name somebody to fill out. The rest of Harris is term so there could be a whole chain reaction of events if they do win in November. Senior editor for Politics and Government Scott Shaffer. Thanks a bunch While Kamala Harris makes history this week. Here's something else we're thinking about 100 years ago this week, the state of Tennessee ratified the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote in the United States. So Chloe Veltman is bringing us the personal voting stories of a diverse group of VE area women who all share a deep seated belief in the Democratic process. We start off today with San Francisco voting rights educator and advocate Maxine Anderson. The thing Maxine Anderson remembers most vividly about the very first election in which she was eligible to vote was the machine. I mean, it was a really thick machine. It was 1971 and the clunky old lever operated voting apparatus hadn't yet been displaced by more modern voting systems where she lived in Chicago, You know Flip levers for whatever you were going to vote for is like, click, click, Click, Click Pull, and then you were out of the voting booth. Voting was a big deal for Anderson's family because it was a novelty for most years up until the time I was old enough to vote, there was no guarantee that black people Could vote in an election. The Voting Rights Act prohibiting racial discrimination in voting wasn't passed by President Lyndon B. Johnson until 1965 in many places in this country. Man and women are kept from voting. Simply because they're Negros. Their cause must be our cause, too. Anderson's parents grew up in Mississippi, where voter suppression was rife. Even though my father fought in World War two. His access to the vote wasn't there. She moved to San Francisco in 1978 for a job in the insurance industry. Voting technology had evolved to become more minimalistic. It was like the little push tabs where you punched out the little holes in the voting ballot, and Anderson's understanding of the voting process had evolved, too. Her family's history of disenfranchisement in the south and growing demonstrations against the Vietnam War helped her not only see the importance of voting, but also of getting to grips with the policies that shaped the voting system. It's the policies that make a difference. She got involved with the League of Women voters in San Francisco and eventually became a member of the league's local and state board. Every election, she says. She made it her business to deeply understand the voter guides read the ballot measures. I mean, really read the ballot measures. Anderson is concerned about the impact the Corona virus might have on this year's voting process. Mail in ballots are a way of keeping people safe, and she's frustrated with the current administration's attempts to discredit this method of voting. Thousands of votes have gathered and they're coming and they're dumped in a location and then all of a sudden you lose elections. If you think you're going to win, I won't stand for it. She'd also like more young people to step up to be poll workers to encourage vulnerable elders who usually do the job to vote by mail. Not that she plans to stay home this November. I have not mailed vote by mail in years, Anderson and her sister have this whole routine of debating the candidates and ballot measures around the kitchen table. Fill out the paperwork together, and then Anderson drops their ballots off by hand at City Hall. She says. She's got to get the I voted sticker. I'm Clary Veltman Cocoon, Duty News and tomorrow and environmental activist. I'm Brian. What? You're listening to Morning edition on Here's Joe McConnell with a look at I 80 in Emeryville. East pounded Powell Street just coming off the Bay Bridge..

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"alex padilla" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Well, there has indeed been number of changes made to that system in recent years all of them aimed at making voting easier and more accessible, but those changes have come with a side effect of making election counts. Also take much longer. And here's the thing. Those late breaking results. Well, they skewed pretty heavily democrat. Meaning that this time around number of house races. That looked like they were firmly in Republican hands on election night, gradually swayed toward the democratic candidate leading to what eventually did become that Blue Wave. We've heard so much about I'm keeping in Cody and today on in-depth we are going to take a closer look at those changes to California's vote system why they were put in place how they impacted the twentieth. Eighteen midterms and how California Republicans are responding to help me out with all that we have on the show today to excellent guests. I up when a welcome in David McEwan. He is a professor of American politics at sonoma's state university. David. Thank you for being here. Thank you for having me on the program today. We have Mike Madrid. He is a Republican political consultant and partner at grassroots lab. Mike Madrid to have you as well. Great to be with you. So to start things off let us I go back to that. Paul Ryan interview again with the Washington Post now when he was pressed whether or not he thought that the results were flawed. He had this to say, I just think it's weird. I mean in Wisconsin, do you know, we knew the next day. You know, he's got Walker my friend. I was sad to see him lose. But but he we accepted the results on Wednesday. So to be clear he is not saying that he disputes the results. But as you heard there he thinks that they're kind of weird. Meanwhile, California secretary of state Alex Padilla who is California's top election official. He has been giving a strong rebuke to Ryan statements over the past week quoted in the Mercury News. He said, quote, it should not defy logic. That. Election's officials are meticulous and counting every eligible ballot. California works to ensure every ballot is counted properly and every ballot is accounted for in the most populous state in the nation. This takes time. So to start off with let's take a look at that question. Why did it take so much time David McEwan? All right. So if you think about this kind of more broadly, historically, midterm elections have offered a chance for voters to change course, they often serve as a referendum on the party in power and certainly events over the last two years or so with the Trump administration with every California politician trying to run kind of counter or against Trump that in a particularly blue state, deeply blue state generated a lot of interest. You also have county registrar's or the conduct of elections in California. So many states across the country that are conducted at the county level, and so many many registrars go slowly with a high interest election mid-term election kind of a referendum on the imparting. This also. Led to a high number of provisional ballots or ballots that were cast at the last minute or by voters who lost era vote by mail ballot. You also have a number of voters in California who moved to kind of a third party that third party is the no party preference. Those voters who are not in the Republican party or the Democratic Party. You have many Burstein voters be California's also one of five states that really changed its voting process at this particular election and had this thing called av are automatic voter, registration all of this creating if you will some momentum to vote, but also making it a challenge for those that count votes as Alex Padilla mentioned, all right and just to make this a little bit less abstract briefly, those election reforms that we're talking about our measures like for example. Allowing mail in ballots to be sent in just a little bit later. So now the way that it works is as long as they are postmarked on election day and received by the Friday after the election. You're good to go a little bit more convenient there. Then there's another measure that allows for what is pretty close to same day registration. And then yet another measure raises the issue of so-called ballot. Harvesting we heard that term from Paul Ryan will dig more into that later in the program. All of this again meeting that there are just an awful lot of votes millions of votes, in fact, that just can't be counted on election day so turning back to David McEwan. That's a little bit of why the election took longer. Why is it though that those late breaking votes broke so heavily democratic well, obviously with California being so central to what is happening nationally in our politics. Democrats democratic interest groups spent a lot of money targeting specific Republican congressional districts, particularly seven to ten different congressional districts and trying to move the needle. And so that means that Democrats spent a lot of late registration and late geo TV or get out the vote efforts the last weekend of the election to turn out voters in key. Most of these districts are in southern California. Mike familiar with that campaign? But I think you also have to think about in your listeners have to think about the effects are not just say at a congressional level or a gubernatorial level or even in ballot measures the effects of of the slow count and this high interest election with new voters is really down ballot. So what you see in local races. What happens in school boards or for city council sore for county supervisorial districts that becomes absolutely critical, and that slow plotting count that goes on with different types of districts becomes an important element here that also. Along the the the accounting, and obviously leads to this kind of maximum thirty day, cert of the final results. All right. So let's bring Mike Madrid into the conversation. Let's zero in on some of the issues that David is raising the their what what is your perspective on. Why was that we saw so many of late breaking votes break in the direction of Democrats? Well, most of it is procedural as as the professor just pointed out, I think he's exactly right. It is an interesting data points to understand that more votes. Are counted. After the election day. In other words, there about a little less than fifty percent of the vote that are actually make up the final vote tally are those boats. That are counted on election day over half are counted afterwards. And this is a process that has been growing in California for the better part of about ten years. Now, the biggest bulk of those are those provisional ballots that were being talked about, but as we get closer and closer to same day, registration automatic voter, registration ballot harvesting concepts more and more ballots were coming in and different ways for the county registrars to actually have to count. And it's also having the unintended consequence of making old traditional things like election night parties, basically irrelevant. If you don't have enough data even know what half of the voters were thinking that night and election systems, probably as a communications point do need to do a better job of letting people know that we still as voters believe that will wake up early in the morning and who want races that's impossible, and it's going to it's going to become increasingly more impossible. But but I think secretary padeas, right? Well, we have made the conscious decision in California to incorporate as many possible ways of voting as we can think of and those different processes, especially those that occur late required. Time required. Time to process, they require the man hours and resources to actually make sure that we're getting every vote counted? And it takes it takes a number of weeks. A lot of this did have to do with some of the spending the targeted races. But a lot of it is just simply a function of of these new processes at a perfect example, Los Angeles County by far the largest county real is where the bulk of the late boats and late boaters came in. There was only one contested seat. One contested congressional race in LA county that has about thirty members of congress. So while there is has been a lot of attention focused on on all the money being spent and the tactics of certain campaigns. We are simply changing our building behaviors in the way that we vote as Californians. The processes are accommodating that. And we are now going to have basically election months where we are prosecuting county votes as opposed to election days since California has so many consonant special elections is just gonna be chronic electioneering. Which is exactly what Mike's talk about. Well, it just be constant business. Both of you. I imagine. So let's drill down again on one of the more controversial aspects of this election. So this year was the first time around where you could have somebody else Castro ballot on your behalf. Well, not the first time that you could have somebody cast your ballot on your behalf. But the first time where the the type of person who could do that for you was significantly expanded. So I think before it had to be somebody that was a family member. And in your household now, it's I I understand it. And correct me if I'm wrong, I think it's anybody, including a paid election campaigner. So this has raised the specter that you know, there are get out the vote workers that are going to people's houses looking for friendly voters getting their ballot and making sure that that ballot was cast. And some folks are saying that that had a very significant impact on some at least some district. Races. Mike, I'm curious for your perspective on that. How big of an impact do you think it made? I don't think it really had much of an impact at all. I think actually it's quite overblown for a few reasons the first is again, most of this. Ballot harvesting is very very new and having worked on on a you know, numerous campaigns and worked on get out the vote efforts to be able to exercise this kind of activity on the scale that would actually move the needle would be quite extraordinary. Now, I'm not saying this tactic wasn't used at employed effectively. I think in some areas it probably was, but it certainly was not the margin of victory in any of these. Contested races for the main reason that it hasn't been executed before I happen to be Republicans. That does not think that this is problematic. There are a lot of people who who do. Well, David May make the case for to me for ballot harvesting because I I really only became aware of this. As soon as I heard about the criticism of it. So what is the case for if we want our elections to be more inclusive? Why would ballot harvesting be something that we want on the table as a way to get out the vote, right? So if you look at kind of the the broader scheme, what's been happening elections across the country that there have been a number of efforts in terms of voter fraud, voter suppression, or I shouldn't say efforts attention to these types of shoes. Those tend to be battleground states, they tend to be these tend to be Republican led initiatives, but in California being such a blue state Democrats have been able to or have pushed for expanding the elect. You also have an electorate that's a bitch a-all, the habitual electorate or folks that vote in every election, they tend to be older wider retired more fluent that they tend to skew Republican. But again, it's a blue state, and then you have this kind of changing kind of narrative and a changing demographics. You have voters that are younger more urban tend to be more ethnic inner bit conflicted that they're registering in the middle there. No party preference voters. They're not going one way or another. And so they generally require more contact or more touch traditional geo TV traditional get out. The vote efforts haven't worked as well. And so we are entering a new phase where we're trying to expand the franchise and expand access to what's going on. But voters are searching for cues new voters need some help. So the idea of harvesting is to provide more contacts for that while we're expanding the franchise that presents a whole host of issues or whole host of concerns. And we might see these we've seen these concerns represented in the past when we look at things like signing ballot measure petitions on your phone or getting involved electrically. There's a lot of electoral security concerns that are raised by not just the out party by Republicans but by academics, and researchers that pay close attention to this and California's gonna face these issues as we begin to expand the electorate and expand how we vote similar.

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"alex padilla" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Go places, but K is a morning show continues now with Brian Sussman looking at a a beatdown at the wa wa. A peek down at the wa wa wa wa for those of you who have lived back east. You know, why was it's a it's a chain store. Convenience store of sorts. The wa wa w Awa it. So there's this video of. Two young women. They beat the tar out of this other woman, and it had to do with the woman who was beat up is older than these two basically teens maybe early twenties, I don't know the younger than her. She's she's telling them to a knockoff their profanity profanities. She's standing in line to buy something. Just take curl sitter tone it down. Yeah. Watch mouth these girls. Just turn it around and beat the tar out of her. I mean, they just knock down drag out ever seen so much energy. Now, I can't tell. Is this racial is there a racial motivation here? I'm not really sure I've tried to determine the colors of everybody. And I just can't believe you would. Quits, your Cussing, and it blows up to into something like this. Yeah. This escalated quickly. I'm wondering if the woman who was beat up is white. It's hard to tell and she may be made a derogatory comment to these girls who were black. I don't know what set them off, but man alive. Yeah. I'm seeing this video this is all bad horrible horrible, people got to keep it together out there, folks. That's where he got us case for morning show. Ballot harvesting. So let me tell you a little bit about this. Paul Ryan is the outgoing speaker of the house is, you know, so we're talking to house of representatives of DC. So he's in an interview yesterday with the Washington Post, and he's talking about the election. And he says is still basically said I'm still bewildered by what went down to California. And so are we? It was like, you know, one two three weeks after the election. They're still counting ballots and all of these races, and all of the Republicans pretty much just smeared in the state with with with the exception of a few, but altogether. It was. Let me see here. How many races in California ended up flipping? I think it was five six there were six seats that were held by Republicans in the state of California that were flipped and some of these took weeks to figure out. And I've wondered about this. I've never seen this before. How could these racist? Be that close. What's what's going can't they count the ballots quicker will now we know so Ryan's talk about this. He says, quote, it defies logic to me. We had a lot of wins that night and that three weeks later, we lost basically every contested California race this election system. They have I can't begin to understand what ballot harvesting is. So I'm thinking, well, I don't even know about harvesting is so ballot harvesting is it's a law that was passed in California in twenty sixteen. After the election. It was passed in two thousand sixteen signed by governor Jerry Brown, and it allows a third party to collect ballots from voters and then hand them over to election officials. So it was legal for the first time for this election in California this year, it totally passed through are simply pass through the Senate signed by governor Brown there were not enough Republicans to stop it was the they own the system game set match. So. Ryan's talking about this the Washington Post, Alex Padilla secretary of state here is about it. That says, hey speaker Ryan in California, we make sure every ballot is properly candidate academy for that's not bizarre. That's democracy. That's cheating. That's fraud. Is what that is. I approve I'll prove it up. I'll tell you why we believe it's fraud in just a moment. So Democrats flipped six house seats. Outstanding ballots. Most of California's outstanding ballots were those received by mail or received after election day. So that's what they were counting up ballots that were received by mail ballots received after election day somewhere provisional ballots somewhere ballots of people who registered on the same day. So you can do that in California you can register that day to vote. Same day, registration and. Ryan said this when you win the absentee ballots, and you win the in person vote where I come from you win the election. And so that's what you would think. Eight okay, all the way absentee ballots have been counted all the in person votes have account you win. And that's how it was for all these Republicans. But then, oh, we'd have more more votes. Come in more. What we got these these these boxers these bugs? That's what happened in Orange County. The number of election day vote by mail drop-offs was two hundred fifty thousand so that's on election day. Votes that were just dropped off. Oh, wait. I got a box of these. Now where are these coming from these are coming from harvesters harvesters? So I mean in in my book, a lick election vote voter fraud is not a new tool in the toolbox of the Democrats. And now with these recent changes in the California's ballot harvesting, California's an attractive target for Democrats to easily influence or steal a few seats. So let's go down to the twenty fifth district in California. Some of your saying, where's that southern California Palmdale area? It was represented by a Republican. For the last two terms. Steve Knight has been the Republican Representative in Palmdale. He was challenged by a new cover called, Katie hill. So now this woman comes out a woman named Lulu. Are you ready for this? A woman named Lulu. Goes to a house where there were the people in the house are not registered Republicans. They're actually independence. But this person named Lulu is going house to house where they know that there are democrat or independent voters and Lulu is asking if she could help fill out the ballot, and oh, hey, I'll even take the valid for you. So this is what they do in California. They've got these they're not volunteers. These are paid paid people. The law says they can be paid the ballot harvesters could be paid to do this. So lulus going house to house to help out with the vote. She goes to this house. There's a ring camera attached and the ring camera video records, everything here's what the conversation sounded like take a listen. Ballot. The only people who are supporting the Democratic Party. If a service, I'm just trying to think of your ballot and show, you how to do it. If you don't know. Just packed last year at the end. There's been a problem with like people. That were mailed out last year. Didn't get.

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"alex padilla" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"It's fifty nine. Canucks. News time is five forty seven Dianne Feinstein has won another term in the US. Senate says she looks forward to continuing on the Senate Judiciary committee work together. And we work with others. And I hope you'll find our service, very forceful and special voters have rejected a proposal at the city created on Bank supporters of measure BB sodas away for the city to finance local entrepreneurs housing projects and give people a place to put their marijuana money. Looks like L A county voters have barely approved a new property tax aimed at raising money to capture clean and conserve storm water instead of letting it run into the oceans and rivers measure w needed approval by two thirds of the voters to pass and with all the precincts reporting. It's just a bit over that threshold as expected Democrats held onto the states top job selenium could Allocco. So big the Lieutenant governor. Alex Padilla reelected as secretary of state, Sarah, attorney general to racists are still pretty tight in the battle for state school superintendent Marshall talk holds a lead of about seventy thousand over Tony Thurman out of the five million votes were cast and the race for insurance Commissioner Ricardo Laura leads Steve poisoner one hundred thousand. There was a lot of enthusiasm about voting yesterday. People waited in long lines, especially at the registrar recorder's office in LA county. There was a sense of pride patriotism and passion that was palpable. Among voters who waited up to five hours to cast their ballots, really encouraging especially.

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News Radio 1190 KEX

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"By twenty twenty one the planet could have more personal assistant devices than people even worse. I heard from my Alexa in a very threatening tone. Yeah. That's interesting Fallon with a couple of non political jokes that have been very funny. This morning. Certainly there big tent jokes that welcome everyone in except that anybody who leans to the right of Elizabeth Warren has probably gone away already. Let's see. What are we? We get dad. We certainly could do that. Oh, yeah. Just a little more on the. The voting scandal in California, which was as utterly predictable. As the sunrise. Secretary state, Alex Padilla Padilla, but Ilah who's in charge of voting voting systems elections cetera said, he doesn't know if any of the roughly fifteen hundred people mistakenly registered to vote it will be many many many more than that when the dust settles, but he doesn't know if they cast ballots they're investigating. They're working with counties. This is the group included at least one non-citizen living legally in the state, and perhaps many more. They don't know in my favorite aspect to talking about voter fraud in a legal voting is. I remember John Stewart who is a very smart guy. Talking about how there have been like free prosecutions. That's like saying there have been three prosecutions for the crime of having stale wheat thins in your cabinet. There's no means of investigating it. Nobody enforces it nobody even cares about style. Wheat thins so site, the number of people cited for it is is kind of it's a red herring. I do. Enjoy some good red herring on a cracker on a good stale Ritz, I can't bend that thing in half. It's not ready yet. We had. Tried tip last night. I love the Tri tip. Three tips. Number one. Number two and three tip one. How much better is it on a grill than in a pan? Because we usually make it in a pan pan. Like do a. Oh, yeah. I.

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02:24 min | 2 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on KTOK

"Yelling. Our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not going to cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be silent. Who controls my voice, nobody Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. A stunning resignation in Washington. The president. In a surprise announcement said his ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley had informed him roughly six months ago that she wanted to step down after finishing two years with the administration hours later, the president touted a possible replacement. His daughter, Ivanka I've heard how good would evolve. The people that know there's nothing to do with nepotism. But I want to tell you the people that know, no that would be dynamite. The president said he expects to name a replacement for Haley in the next two to three weeks at the White House, Jon decker, Fox News. The president's daughter tweeting last night that replacement will be her with less than a month to go before election day, more voter registration, irregularities reported in California. Secretary of state Alex Padilla says the DMV side of fifteen hundred people to vote who may have been ineligible, including non-citizens their registrations were cancelled. But this comes after the DMV admitted to messing up twenty three thousand registrations last month, including signing up people to the wrong political party are call for an independent audit or review of the DMV's technology and their practices because they demonstrated that they're not capable of handling it themselves and the stakes are too high. But he says they may need to freeze the motor. Voter program, which has been automated registering eligible people to vote who complete a license or idea -plication or change their address. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. We all going investigation of that deadly weekend. Limo crash in New York state state transportation officials says the owner of the limousine company was warned not to operate that vehicle after it failed an inspection last month company says the violations were repaired a Craigslist ad posted by the company last week lists of vehicle for sale that matches the description of the one that crashed yet said the limo was an excellent condition nine thousand dollars. Jack callaghan. This.

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"alex padilla" Discussed on 790 KABC

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14:19 min | 2 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on 790 KABC

"LA county fair. If you're in the area, we'll be broadcasting live from there. But for now, I'm joined by Alexis Garcia. Thank you for having me. It's great to have you on a day. Like this where the news just comes fast and furiously. We got so much going on on Capitol Hill as well as this. Anonymous op, Ed. Whodunnit times op-ed section big mystery going on in a few moments were also going talk to assemblyman. Jim Patterson, California assemblyman who says that the DMV needs to be audited because the department of motor vehicles has admitted they botched voter information for about twenty three thousand voters, meaning some folks waited in long lines, they registered at the DMV for one party, but they walked out registered to another party and other like options like whether or not you can rain, and I'm sure they probably didn't know until they went to vote probably not. But now. Yeah, exactly in some cases, people were registered to the wrong party some customers who wished to opt out of the program. We're actually added to the program and in a letter to the secretary of state, Alex Padilla, the department said the inaccurate customer information largely affected voter preferences such as voter. Vote by mail options language, as well as political party sections. So they only learned of these issues August theft, according to the DMV after going through one point four million customer records who by so now, if you're one of these people affected you're going to receive a letter from the DMV notifying you that. There was a problem. It will say something like this error was caused by the DMV. It's not your fault. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. But this right on the heels of an election, and after all of and as you mentioned, I mean, the DMV has had so many problems with long lines and just processing people that doesn't look good for the department. No, it definitely doesn't. And so hopefully, we'll speak to the assemblyman. Jim Patterson who is calling for this audit of the DMV. In the meantime, while we wait for that the fallout from that New York Times op Ed continues Trump now demanding the New York Times dentist by. The op Ed writer and in the meantime, everybody who's anybody is making predictions over who actually there's actually a Vegas has a line open. There's some odds out there. So I think Pence was one of the top ones. Yeah. You can place your bad. If you want now. Now, you can actually bet three. So I know I knew I see interesting. The odds are so Pence has. I know Pennsylvania's at the top, okay? Where does Kellyanne Conway fall in line? Yeah. We're gonna hear about Kellyanne anymore. She did deny it today. She said she was asked by a producer outside the White House. And she said, I think she just yelled. No, not me. Right, you so you can actually go on people in Vegas are actually batting on this amazing, Indiana, governor is a hundred and fifty one favorite. Oh, Betsy DeVos is in second. Mike Pompeo's third. So yeah. If you're a betting a gambling, man or woman out there, and you think you might have. Yeah. You could you can make some money off of this -absolutely, especially if you're one of the insiders who knows who it is. All right. We have I believe we have assemblyman Patterson on the phone now assemblyman Patterson is calling for an audit of the DMV because they have botched thousands and thousands of voter registration forms. As are you there? Yes. I sure am. Sorry. Delayed. No problem. It happens to the best of us. Speaking of delay. I mean, you're talking about the DMV anyone say, those three initials, that's all you think about long lines. But this is something different. It's not just the the long lines were complaining about here. They've actually messed up a whole bunch of voter registration forms in multiple ways. Yeah. The more time goes by the more. We learn about the DMV but back in April. When I started looking into all of this. We had a number of whistle blowers in the DMV talk to us about this. And this was part of the reason I wanted the audit which was the voter registration at the DNB was in a mess and warning about it, Dan, we now have the DNB because the media was pressing and asking what about these boater registrations. So now, we know there's something in the neighborhood of. Twenty five thousand or so that they admit to the problem. I have with this is that I think this is the tip of the iceberg. I think the more we look into this and the more we are hearing from people in California, and particularly those in my Sunday district where we're just finding that there's a lot of confusion a lot of concerned that there's been more than just these twenty five thousand that have been either miss registered or unregistered without their consent or their knowledge and this twenty-five thousand numbers coming from the DMV. This is not something you found. Yeah. It's coming from the DMV after a lot of pressure. Frankly, put on both on the audit requested I made a few months back. Also, the media has been paying some very good attention to this. And I think has been forcing the DMV to divulge. We started getting indications of this sometime back so. Where people were calling my office and saying that they were receiving political information that wasn't familiar to them that seem to indicate this was a different candidate makeup or political party makeup communicating with that sort of startled. Some folks the bottom line is that this is I think going problem here that the more we learn the more we're going to find out that these numbers are quite a bit larger. I think the thing that bothered me the most in all of this apart from the original problems with all the wait times. That's one thing to wait a long line to get into the DMV boy, another entirely different matter when you walk into the DMV registered for one party, and you walk out without your knowledge of your consent registered to. Another political party or declined to state as you said a lot of these people probably if they haven't gotten some of these mailings probably wouldn't have even known or notice your notice. Yes. You're saying as far as we seen a lot of these problems. You know, they were they narrowly dodged a request for an audit in August. The Democrats kind of helped them I mean, what are the odds now that we're actually going to see this go through? Well, I hope the odds get better the more. We learn I think the more a an independent audit by by the state auditor is warranted here. I think the important thing to remember is that this auditor is absolutely independent. She is no nonsense. High regarded has already audited the DMV and sometimes pass. She's also audited high speed rail effectively in years past she discovered multi millions of dollars that the university of California had hidden in accounts. They weren't letting the public know about she discovered millions of dollars in the in the parks department that was years ago that was Bank accounts. So what what is the push back then in this audit? What are the Democrats push back as well? I think it's merely kind of politics as usual. The the look the Democrats are in charge of the state. The Democrats are in charge the department of motor vehicles. I mean, governor Brown's appointee to lead the. The department. I mean, this is political decision making, and I just think they didn't want to have to face up to an independent audit. And they decided that they weren't going to put the necessary dotes up on the Senate side to to do an audit. Look the big I think the biggest mistake here is to trust the DMV to police itself. Yeah. We have just seen evidence over and over again that there's something very very long going on inside the DMV on a regular basis. And when I asked for the audit, I had a number of whistle blowers from the inside of the DMV and management positions that had been trying so long time to bring this out and to try to get the DMV director and the executives at the top of this department to face up to the answer some questions. To staff and the problems they were creating for for the people of of California. Look, I'm just gonna continue to press sport. We come back into session in January, and I will ask at the first opportunity in January when the committee meets again for an audit. And I think perhaps that it it might gain some some additional support weight stuff what we're discovering sure we're talking to assemblyman Jim Patterson about the DMV, and the fact that they have botched voter information for at least twenty five thousand voters, perhaps more when you're asking for this audit will will they also look into just how things are run at the DMV. Why there seemed to be you know, these endless our long day long lines despite hiring, more employees. Absolutely. That's precisely the scope of the DMV. We were very careful and detailed and laying out what the what the DMV challenges were. And I must say that the auditor was very very professional about it and helping us to develop the kinds of questions, and the kind of depth as I mentioned, she has audited DMV before I think it was a mistake to turn their backs on an audit. I think they may be learning the lesson that independent transparency audits by people who demonstrated that they can do a very good job and find a pathway to finding the problem and in the pathway to fix. It is a much better approach than to merely say to the department. Police yourself and six the problem is that who does the DMV have no one policing it. I mean who they answer to? Well, they basically answer to the governor from time to time they answer to the legislature with respect to the I sit on the accountability and budget oversight that includes the dmbc in communities that I serve on. And we see them fairly regularly. But look the buck stops on on on governor Brown's desk. And I think he's made a fundamental mistake in essentially protecting the DMV some of the independent outside audit. He particularly intervened with three members of the California Senate and instructed them simply not vote for the audit it sale by by one vote. So so interesting because I feel like who would be opposed to having the having running better. Well, I mean, I look we we live in a politicized state. And there is a one party in charge. And these are the kind of problems that I think the people of California face with unaccountable one party rule, and I would say this if Republicans were in in in charge a lot of power can be very corrupting. And you you you wanna use the power not only to keep yourself in power. But also to hide problems that might eliminate you from power and every single time that happens. It doesn't matter. What party does it? The people are the ones who suffer. And I just think that it's it's inexcusable to turn our backs as a state on the DMV trust it to fix its own problems. When it has just messed up, so so entirely on almost everything that they now have touched very little they say yet, Ben just to say, you know, business as usual we've heard a lot of excuse making. I know this is a rather forceful charge. But I think we're going to discover a lot more people have been registered wrongly your head rations. I think this is the tip of the iceberg. And I think we are seeing what amounts to a cover up that is slowly unwinding. And I think that has to do with the fact that it has gotten to the public attention so much that I have spent most of the day today. Talking to members of the media up and down the state of California explaining this this very problem that we see now there's great interest in.

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"alex padilla" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on WDRC

"Twenty three minutes after the hour of five o'clock and i would be remiss if i didn't wish the president of the united states are happy birthday donald trump is seventy two today and he's in pretty good shape no question about it boy i'll tell ya i don't know who is running california but i got a story for you here that there is an initiative to split up california that's right into three states who could think of something like this an initiative that seeks to split california into three states is projected to qualify for the state's november ballot california secretary of state alex padilla said late yesterday the initiative needed three hundred and sixty five thousand eight hundred and eighty valid petition signatures to qualify and random sampling projects a number of valid signatures a hundred and ten percent.

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"alex padilla" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Was john o rude and john olerud was wearing a batting helmet wally fielded yet a head injury and he you he got in the habit of wearing a helmet and then just stuck with it so weird yeah yeah we're helmet in the field and ricky instances to old route hey man you wear a helmet in the field and order it goes yeah he goes you know ricky used to play with a guy who wore a helmet in the field and you're the only other guy i've ever seen do that and reduce ricky it was me you played with five oh yeah that's right i forgot that when you go third person and forget the one that's awesome fast track i was at yours and mine momo the cow exit campaign has won approval to collect signatures again for ballot initiatives aimed at separating california from the union making it the third such attempt for state secessionists k the group yes california kicked off its petition campaign monday after california secretary of state alex padilla gave organizers the go ahead to collect signatures for a twenty twenty ballot measure that would allow california to become its own country we're going to do it brexit okay exactly they need three hundred sixty six thousand signatures by tober to make it happen very doable if this ends up on the ballot will you vote to have california secede from the union think about this you would not have to pay federal taxes anymore at all so it would cut your so now you're state taxes would go up but you would not have to abide by any federal laws whatsoever.

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"alex padilla" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on WRVA

"Cards yeah and i think i think trump is has turned down around it i just i feel that way i i think the military fields outweigh um oh yeah definitely he uh he's he's taken taken the reins off you know engage mayor backed away they ought to be as someone shoots a you're you're allowed to shoot back whether you urgently arts are still plenty of people still involved in the military malbo though that were there under the obama administration so i mean still fighting that as well robbins liatti difficult for him to work his way through that although you write the change the rules of engagement and look what's happened to sit here that happened a you can't deny you can't deny the mv victories we've had against isis since trump took over alex padilla tested yeah it's changed everything when heck i was i was in a convoy going nuts from from mozell to q west in two thousand nine and we got we had a rpg shot at us went between two fuel trucks and we were not allowed to return fire home has gone were no longer a combat all that is unbelievable oh yeah yeah i mean that cost lives yeah and that's that's inexcusable thanks for the ill jared and again thanks reserve braschi it must read take you back a ways to euros service on the island of spice uh try not to think about it right down doggedly w's done about the battle at us drive i've i tried out of ahead by as was so i apologize it up is i know how dramatic i'll know restore of that allah though pat all i know i know it seems that seems to be where your sentence ends every every time when we stormed the island who and and then kind of left another at all it will be to think about the market florida iran glenn beck program fact gray and jaffe i got i.

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"alex padilla" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on KKAT

"And she might be sticking around just because she knows that she might think i don't want the party taken over by elizabeth warren and bernie sanders yeah yeah boy there were all sorts of california liberals running around just fully sexually aroused at the idea of running for the the senate from kevin day home to eric garcetti to alex padilla the obnoxious insufferable adam schiff who's a bub burbank congress guy who's the will you see him talking about these this the what's it would committees easy the house oversight committee's the want to knit who cares he's insufferable is involved in the russia investigation kamel ihara's says what californians get from diane is someone who sticks were principles and achieves rebulk results regardless of powerful opponents from the assault weapons band of a cia torture report we are better off with their leadership i look forward to continuing the she's in favour and she's one of the original forty nine years is settled the great state that's true she will a mound the horned try to gold should feinstein win and remain in your seat through twenty twenty two she will be uh bird what was his name the former outlined lynn robert she will bar that's right thank you senator uh she will be a robert byrd like by the end of her term um at old boy them mention that she she'll be 85 when sworn in for another sixyear term they leave it to us to do the math and realize she'll be ninety one when she finishes a and and probably somewhat bird that like i'm at any rate should she win and hold on receipt she'll become the longestserving senator in california history passing hiram johnson who served 28 years starting in 1917 doodoodoo doodoo to do duty to do too high room johnson is running for the senate tell everyone you know pack mueller letter there's no tv infect his hurt or you can rate be ogata remember.

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"alex padilla" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The airbus sarah who now is going to do the uh donald trump administration for the fed and wall he has aided and if that it by eric holder the former attorney general who is impeached and the secretary of state alex padilla has not audited the role according hugh federal law and we see this throughout blue state across the republic that there have been many fate at have not complied with federal law to audit their role and usually the excuse is by jet you talk about russia interfering on her elections democrats dinner interference in our election happens all the time doesn't it it happened comet mine and i was saying early on in the campaign after hillary clinton rick the primary along with w ofemun so give her the phnom if they were willing to rig he primary what would prevent them from reagan a national election nothing and that is why i believe that right that is liable lead hillary clinton as those sowell shock and the democrat shuttle shocked because they already have the fraud baked in the brad pathetically in the right out in god help anyone did disenfranchise anyone's right to vote because the right to vote should be held only by citizens legally and morally and ethically but the right to vote is now held by anyone would drivers licences be goes an automatic rolla if you get a driver's license drought automatically registered to vote no one investigators determined whether you're a citizen or not and that's the most recent kanar part of the democratic party has automatic registration sameday registration registration with the driver's license in th that's where the real voter fraud not from from some facebook ads finance maybe by russian oligarch you know i i'm in ohio we're worthy may in california those living in california did not have really and the election at all for the presidency of wisdom it was already done but we in ohio will we were ground zero for the election and everyone i speak do not hileman the media here there was no russian interference influence whatsoever in steubenville ohio columbus cincinnati toledo dayton there was no russian influences here at all but the but with the lies told by the left seemed to indicate that the russians elected trump to the presidency that is alive but it's a nice phrase it's a nice it's a it's a nice sentences say but it's.

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"alex padilla" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"alex padilla" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The petition it's it's just isn't it wouldn't have been approved by alex padilla so they're making it up and of course if the la times wasn't a fake news outlet the la times would say hey we read the petition it doesn't say that it's going to stop the gas tax if anybody shouted that out that's the come on because the ultimate goal is to stop the gas tax this is step one take your josh newman out of their first of all he gets punished second of all takes way the twothirds majority and then this group and other groups are going to get a statewide proposition to repeal the gas tax who priority is get newman added there so the democrats have that two thirds super majority hmm the legal complaint says the rohde gets that's really know what not with it but it's it it it is all relevant because when you when you get eighty five thousand signatures you're gonna get over one hundred thousand signatures there with a publicity this has gotten everybody knows what they're signing and it's your obligation as the voter to read the damn thing you're signing and if you disagree with it don't sign it but you can't sign it added quirarte or nobody goes lower the guy the street was your one stop the guard tax i is going to stop petard stop it so you're you're offended because you thought you were stopping the car tax but you're only removing the guy who provided the.

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