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"antonio paredes lamotta" Discussed on WTOP

"Fair counting of those ballots and they're watching in Phoenix two. We don't protect the vote, and we don't have legal votes and those votes don't count for nothing. CBS News Special Report Find Peter King. This is Kyle Cooper of the W T o p election desk as you heard on CBS. Joe Biden is hanging on to his lead. But there are some legal challenges. Tonight. One in Pennsylvania has some traction, the Supreme Court ordering all counties and that Commonwealth to set aside mail in votes that came in after Tuesday. If those votes are ultimately excluded, they will likely not have much effect on the outcome tonight. Downtown D. C. There are people celebrating a likely win for team Biden but are still being cautious. But Kamala make it. There's still a lot of work again. We are expecting to hear from Joe Biden very soon tonight. Kyle Cooper. W T o P NEWS LOVE Key Senate races in Georgia are headed to a runoff in January. Republican Senator David Perdue and Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff's are headed to a runoff race after neither candidate got 50% of the vote. Georgia election rules require a candidate to get to 50% to win out. Right and in the special election for the States, other Senate seat a runoff will pit Raphael Warnock against Senator Kelly Leffler, the Republican who was appointed to the seat. The two emerged as the top vote getter is in a crowded primary. Warnock has 33% of the vote. Leffler 26%. Democrats have not traditionally done well in run offs on the top of the ticket will not be on the ballot in January to help turn out voters for down ballot races. These two races could help determine which party will hold control of the Senate. Philadelphia police say two armed Trump supporters from Chesapeake Virginia, were arrested last night for the Pennsylvania Convention Center. That's where the vote is being counted, Investigators say. Antonio Paredes LaMotta and Joshua Mascius had handguns and an A R 15 rifle each are charged with carrying a firearm on public streets of first degree misdemeanor and with having a concealed firearm without a license. A third degree felony, Philadelphia District attorney Lawrence crashed. There are several different criminal offenses, both felony and misdemeanor that exist under the Pennsylvania. Election code. We are looking closely at them in light of the evidence that we have at this time. Both are reportedly being held without bond. The prosecutor says there are calls the incident alarming. The prosecutor calls the incident alarming, as we say, and says an investigation is still underway. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The men's SUV had stickers supporting the Q and a on conspiracy theory. As we learn more about the election results. W T. O P hears from law enforcement sources who are tracking message board changes from militia group members trying to organize a march here in Washington. Dozens of members of this particular site have been strongly urged to come here to peacefully demonstrate their displeasure over the election process and its outcome. In one post. However, the authors suggest meeting at a popular park in northwest and marching the Capitol Hill in that post. Others ask whether guns are allowed some worry about ex filtration roots. All in all, authorities worry this could lead to some kind of violent GOP national security correspondent J. J Green Now to your health sponsored by my eye Doctor. Doctors of optometry visit my eye doctor dot com. Another record has been set in the number of new Corona virus cases nationwide. 128,000 new cases were reported today in the US and the seven day average of new cases was nearly 100,000, which is almost 20,000 more than the seven day average last Friday. A number of fatalities also exceeded 1000 today, the hottest of the hot spots in North Dakota, which reported more than more corona virus deaths. I should say in the past week than any other state, we're waiting for live remarks from Delaware, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Stay with your election source. W T O p. If you are a business owner, you don't need us telling you that running a business is tough, but you might be making it harder on yourself than necessary. Don't like quick books and spreadsheets slow you down anymore. It's time to upgrade to net sweet stop paying for multiple system. That don't give you the information you need when you need it. Ditch the spreadsheets.

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Two men charged with gun offenses near Philadelphia vote counting center

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00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Two men charged with gun offenses near Philadelphia vote counting center

"Philadelphia police say two armed Trump supporters from Chesapeake Virginia, were arrested last night for the Pennsylvania Convention Center. That's where the vote is being counted, Investigators say. Antonio Paredes LaMotta and Joshua Mascius had handguns and an A R 15 rifle each are charged with carrying a firearm on public streets of first degree misdemeanor and with having a concealed firearm without a license. A third degree felony, Philadelphia District attorney Lawrence crashed. There are several different criminal offenses, both felony and misdemeanor that exist under the Pennsylvania. Election code. We are looking closely at them in light of the evidence that we have at this time. Both are reportedly being held without bond. The prosecutor says there are calls the incident alarming. The prosecutor calls the incident alarming, as we say, and says an investigation is still underway. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The men's SUV had stickers supporting the Q and a on conspiracy theory.

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