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Caller Steve Has Some Thoughts About Hunter Biden's Art

The Dan Bongino Show

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Caller Steve Has Some Thoughts About Hunter Biden's Art

"All right let's go to the phones I haven't taken a call yet Let's go to Steve KK OB Stephen how are you today How are you Good Good I'll be quick I'm going to run through some quick points and then let you get on with it First thing I want to say is that I appreciate you and you're not alone man Be strong and resolute We're standing with you You've got a lot of hard pipe in guys and Catherine county New Mexico and Apache county and Arizona So I just want to let you know that Thank you brother I appreciate that It means a lot I'm serious Thank you A couple of quick points We all know the paintings are money laundering operation Secondly I'm calling on this You're talking about Hunter Biden's parents Hunter Biden's paintings right Yeah absolutely Probably money Yeah awfully suspicious stuff don't you think the guy did blows a bunch of blue ink out of his blowhole onto paper They're like hey $500,000 Kinda weird huh Steve Yeah it's a picture of the State of the Union

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"apache county" Discussed on 70 Million

70 Million

02:31 min | 4 months ago

"apache county" Discussed on 70 Million

"Saint. John's calls itself the town of friendly neighbors. It said son. Ancestral apache hopi dna and suny land. Which was then occupied by mexican and mormon settlers who established a town in the late eighteen. Hundreds today has a population of around thirty five hundred people. More than three quarters white. It's a mellow community close to the mountains. Which makes it an attractive place for families. Like judge leith. Femmes wife's mom grew up in saint. John's so we I worked at a big firm in phoenix. And then one of my friends moved up here. I when judge lay them. His wife and young children decided to follow suit. He took a job at the apache county attorney's office and then he decided to run for judge on i look. He doesn't fit the stereotype. He looks like a youthful college student. And as a friendly welcoming demeanor but he had a vision but part of it really was just you know there were things. I felt like needed to happen and things that my experience in small counties is a lot of times. Things are being done the way they're being done because that's how they've always been done one of those things. The biggest one was the local youth detention center which was heavily underutilized. The eleven bed facility said empty for sometime six weeks at a time and was costing a little over eight hundred thousand dollars a year when you average one point seven kids a day. Those costs just stop making sense. And so i knew this was a problem like it was a well known thing amongst you know maintenance people that like you know the staff's playing ping pong because there's nobody there it's just a systemic problem You know in a small county like this. You just don't have the numbers and you don't ever want to make the numbers. Ultimately fewer.

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"apache county" Discussed on 70 Million

70 Million

06:04 min | 4 months ago

"apache county" Discussed on 70 Million

"When the biggest you'll ever finding so this is one of the teenagers whose occurrence regular at the loft incense. he's only seventeen. I won't use his real name. We'll call him william. Yeah i've i've watched like every marvel movie comes out and stuff. They really did. Help me before i start was able had access to his place. Some kids end up at the loft because their high school teacher their coach or judge lay them himself recommends it some have been in the juvenile correction system others like william and hannah before him are just here because they need a place to hang out. And william comes religiously every weekday to play video games or i started coming here after my eighth grade graduation so we had a field trip to come down here and i really like that. They offer computers xbox and then you can just play pool or air hockey and then every once in a while they'll throw lake some kind of event after he finished eighth grade. William dropped out of school like hannah. He also struggles with his parents and with learning in a traditional environment. This place fields free in a way to me Most of the time to talk to certain people you feel like you're getting judge during or something by When you talk to them here they gave out by sea. Have you planned for your future. And he just don't immediately jumped to one conclusion. They consider multiple so he keeps coming to the loft and often to talk or just to play video games side by side with hannah. Since mentors are mandatory reporters for things like abuse or illegal behavior. She occupies a kind of middle ground. Between friends and authority. Some get will just come up into start talking. And i'm like i just listened this rate and then there's a few kids that are often asked like. Do you want me to give you advice. Would you want me to listen. And there are certain things that i have to like. If there's like a life in danger or something illegal going on. I have to report. And so i would have to this chino. Unlike get everything sorted out. And i've i've only had to do that once thankfully but the kids are still really open with me even knowing that like even if they say something. I have to call it paul. Hancock also has a kind of double role. He's director of juvenile court services for peci county. But he also acts as a mentor at the loft. He takes me on a tour late one morning before the kids arrive. Yeah this is our education room and we usually we have study com thirty five so we asked him do homework research stuff. We duck into a fully equipped recording studio in a music room with a keyboard and electric guitars hanging from the walls that took its inspiration from the rock. A teen center started by famous heavy rocker. Alice cooper in phoenix about a four hour. Drive from here and then there's the big open area with a game since sofas started off with one table wildly popular boys. It's a social game. You can't play pool and not off to somebody so we have kids. That don't know each other to high school but they know each other really well here. We're kind of breaking. Through some clicks like clockwork. The kids start showing up alone or with their crews as soon as the local high school lets out. They go straight for the pool and ping pong tables. They played together. They sit around and then they moved to the xbox or the music room by mid afternoon and into evening. I see about ten teenagers lounging around the place but some nights the loft will host two or three times that number and when they do. Richie is often sitting there at the front desk. The kids all know that we'll work through probation and the court they all know wanted to small community but to We we don't hide it from when we make a point of richard gwen. Or richie is a sheriff's deputy turn mentor. I mean my title is investigator. But i'm i'm a fixer. So i'm also the fleet manager in the armourer has an officer for a small rural community like saint. John's richie is in charge of managing cars and weapons. He wears many hats but he's most proud of being part of the loft which he sees in the context of a reform movement. I'd like to think it's part of a bigger shift. We've had several on civil pushes from the administrative offices courts. We've moved to evidence based practices. And we have tons of studies out there that have talked about recidivism rates and you know the other associated issues with incarceration and things like that and i think it has worked. We've had a tremendous reduction in the number of referrals that we've had to be specific. Juvenile arrests in apache county dropped by forty four percent. The year after the loft opened statewide. According to data from the arizona department of juvenile corrections the number of juvenile offenders who were in detention fell by forty one percent from twenty.

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"apache county" Discussed on 70 Million

70 Million

03:45 min | 4 months ago

"apache county" Discussed on 70 Million

"Too in twenty twenty california decided to dismantle the state's department of juvenile justice and jurisdictions. All over the country are making similar moves on large and small scales today. We're you to saint. John's arizona to look at how changes to the juvenile corrections system are playing out in a rural county ruxandra. Greedy has our story all our live right now into a group of about three dozen excited teenagers listening to an announcement by apache county judge. Michael lethem this'll be something that'll be here for decades and you've got so it's early fall. Twenty seventeen in. This is the grand opening of saint. John's first center dedicated to teams. Letham is introducing. the people will be running it. Victor more news here pretty much every day as well as.

"apache county" Discussed on 70 Million

70 Million

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"apache county" Discussed on 70 Million

"A group of about three dozen excited teenagers listening to an announcement by apache county judge. Michael lethem this'll be something that'll be here for decades and you've got so it's early fall. Twenty seventeen in. This is the grand opening of saint. John's first center dedicated to teams. Letham is introducing. the people will be running it. Victor more news here pretty much every day as well as victor in polar smiling facing the energetic teens their probation officers in other words they work for the county but they dress in civilian year t shirts jeans baseball caps because they've been tapped by judge leith them to run this new facility the loft legacy teen center. It's a county run resource and activity center in the small town where kids often can't find much to do or people to talk to. It was like right at the end of my freshman year into the summer of my freshman year. I heard about it. I was like. Oh that's cool. I didn't think anything of it. I didn't think it would be this. Cool hannah wilkinson was there and then i walked. Tv's there's pool table. There's all this cool stuff for kids to do and it was really exciting.

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Where Juvenile Detention Looks More Like Teens Hanging Out

70 Million

01:31 min | 4 months ago

Where Juvenile Detention Looks More Like Teens Hanging Out

"A group of about three dozen excited teenagers listening to an announcement by apache county judge. Michael lethem this'll be something that'll be here for decades and you've got so it's early fall. Twenty seventeen in. This is the grand opening of saint. John's first center dedicated to teams. Letham is introducing. the people will be running it. Victor more news here pretty much every day as well as victor in polar smiling facing the energetic teens their probation officers in other words they work for the county but they dress in civilian year t shirts jeans baseball caps because they've been tapped by judge leith them to run this new facility the loft legacy teen center. It's a county run resource and activity center in the small town where kids often can't find much to do or people to talk to. It was like right at the end of my freshman year into the summer of my freshman year. I heard about it. I was like. Oh that's cool. I didn't think anything of it. I didn't think it would be this. Cool hannah wilkinson was there and then i walked. Tv's there's pool table. There's all this cool stuff for kids to do and it was really exciting.

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"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:24 min | 8 months ago

"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Don't know. But, you know, Jamie, if we do it here, I think we need to do it Arizona style and somehow involve a Native American casino slot machine. Don't you think with me, we're gonna do it here. Let's let's do it all. You know, I'm already vaccinated. I know. Well, you know what? In Ohio If you're already vaccinated, you could be in the running. You don't have to go out to get vaccinated right now. So maybe we could do it like that, But and maybe we could set up vaccination sites in the casino. So you know you're gonna have one of the few places you can still have a cigarette indoors in Arizona and get vaccinated the same time. Actually went to one a few weeks ago with my dad and there is they don't have any smoking and casino anymore. That one Okay, that one anyway. But what about if you've already been vaccinated? Can you show your card and get a ticket? I don't know if that's how it works in Arizona, you know, I'm sorry in New York. You know, Ohio That's how it works. You just have to prove that you've gotten one of your shots if you're getting the two shots and of course, just the one shot If you've gotten the Johnson Johnson Vaccine T be eligible for the price, so you don't have to step up now and get it or you don't have to get the you know, we have to get a second vaccine in order to be eligible, which I don't know what that would do to you, right? We don't want to find out but You know, maybe we don't need it here because most Arizonans You know, are doing pretty good, especially in the rural counties, People in Arizona, seven rural counties have been rolling up their sleeves for the covert 19 vaccine more than rural residents elsewhere. Anywhere else in the country is a matter of fact, according to the CDC. S 0 59% of residents received at least one dose of the Fizer or modern, a two shot vaccine or the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine in Navajo, Apache, Sheila Santa Cruz, Graeme Le Pas and Greenlee County. So Arizonans in the rural counties are whipping the rear ends of rural counties elsewhere in the country, So I think That is the way to do it. You get the old competitive spirit going. Let's put county against county right there doing it. Greenlee, you know, like us who lived in Apache County grew up grew up in a Navajo County and they're doing it. Really? We got to do it here, but I think I'm telling you, man, you gotta go with somebody's got to win a million dollars and I've got I've got the whole thing planned out the whole ad campaign. Get a shot in your arm. So you got a shot at a million with the one armed bandit that you'll pull with your other arm that is too bulky. Let's try and from that down a little bit that I made. The whole idea's. It's terrible. Begin with 5 19. Now time for traffic. Here's Danny Sullivan in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center. Well, I'm seeing this accident on I 10 westbound around 43rd Avenue, and it looks like Cruz moved everything all off to the left hand side of the freeway. So that is there and you also have an accident on I 17 South bound around Seventh Street, where The right lane is blocked. So you do have a delay between 19th Avenue and seventh Street on that freeway, the two OT Red Mount Freeway that looks good in both directions from Mesa Drive all the way towards state route 51. Support brought to you by a Jace fine foods. AJ seafood extravaganza Discover a seafood lover's paradise Through May 25th take home a fresh catch or entrees.

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"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:59 min | 1 year ago

"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Joining me right now the executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association will humble thanks for coming back on the show. Mr Hubbell. I appreciate your time. Let's start off with the Johnson and Johnson. Vaccine they've applied for use. Now. What's the time frame for passage? Usually, and when could we expect to see that vaccine in Arizona? Yeah, they apply for emergencies authorization yesterday from the FDA. FDA set up the meeting to review that application on the 26th. That's three weeks. I wish it was a little earlier than that. We could use this vaccine now, but I would I, You know that they've done some press releases. They haven't published the phase three clinical trial data. Yet, but I'm confident that we'll probably see emergency use authorization. Probably odd. Yeah, probably. I'd say the 27 28. They've got vaccine ready to deliver now. So by the very end of February pride March 1st. We'll see some Johnson and Johnson vaccine here in Arizona. I think So is this going to be a game changer, a single dose vaccine Well, two things that make it a game changer. It's a single dose vaccine, which is terrific because it really Simplifies things in terms of follow up, but also the storage and handling for this vaccine is a snap. Just you just put it in the refrigerator. So what that means is that it's a great vaccine for farms. He's drugstores, doctor's offices because, you know you don't have this, you know, cold chain requirement that you have with visor and look bitterness. So Game changer in the U. S. But globally, this is a real godsend. This vaccine mean developing nations in Africa and so forth are really betting on this Johnson and Johnson vaccine because of the easy storage and handling and the fact that it's a one and done And how many. How many doses can be produced with the vaccine like this? How quickly can they produce this vaccine and get it out? So the federal government has a contract with Johnson and Johnson to deliver 100 million doses in the U. S. Bye. Think it's June 1st? So they've apparently, that means they have the manufacturing capacity in the U. S to deliver that many. So now that for you, no, that's equivalent to say 200 million of advisers shot right because it's a one and done so big advantages in terms of storage and handling, And the only thing I wish is that the FDA would review the data quicker. You know they're taking three weeks you with visor. They did it in two weeks. When you look at this Johnson and Johnson vaccine having the what's about 66. They're saying percent. Those Johnson and Johnson says. It's a little bit higher. But it's not over 90% like the other two. Is this going to be bent more beneficial for younger people? Older people? Is it not gonna matter? Well, here's the thing. You're right. It's slightly less effective at preventing illness itself than the first two. That modern and the visor, But when you look at like Its effectiveness at preventing severe disease and death. It's just about as effective so you could think of it like this. It's you know, it's an insurance policy against dying and probably an insurance policy against going to the ICU. But you might get a slight illness when compared to the Fizer or the the Moderna vaccines so and and to answer your question. People have asked me, should I? What should I do? Should I hold out for the Fizer because it's slightly More effective. If look, Here's my attitude. If you have access to one of these vaccines, get it, and it doesn't matter which manufacturer you're talking about. I mean time is more important than that small percentage difference in my opinion. We've seen Arizona with State Farm Stadium, now with with Phoenix Municipal Stadium seems to be getting a really good grip on the ability to administer the vaccines and mass. How quickly are we going to see a significant drop in hospitalizations and deaths? In your opinion? Now that we've been able to vaccinate our are at vaccinating that's over 65 Age group? Yes. So first of all, you know the county pods are doing a terrific job to buy. No state farm gets all the attention, but County miracle. The county's got five clubs that are putting out more than those state once, but they just don't get the attention. But so bottom line is I think we're gonna see and we are seeing a reduction in ICU bed use and new hospitalizations Now fork over 19. I don't think we're going to see a drop in deaths for a while, because quite honestly, most if many, if not most of those people in ICU beds right now, we're not going to make it. So death will take a while to start dropping off. But we are already seeing a reduction in new cases. New hospitalizations, which is encouraging. Now I have to say I think probably the reductions in new cases has more to do with the number of the people that were infected with this virus in December and January than it has to do with the number of people vaccinated. I mean, even as it is right now, with the vaccinations that happened in January, more people were infected in January and recovered then people that got vaccination, so the way we get the herd immunity is going to be a combination of both. People that have been infected and recovered and also vaccinations. So they work together to build the antibody tighter amongst Arizona and stick gets us to herd immunity. Eventually, absolutely. But with the over 65 crowd being vaccinated in this phase one B now in very high numbers. On Gui also know that statistically, it's over 65 that are the majority of the hospitalizations and deaths. I was wondering how quickly you think we can start seeing results of those vaccinations. Yeah, yeah, It's a good point. No, I think it would be the fact that we're focusing on 75. Plus is gonna have a big effect on hospitalizations. Here's what I would say about it. Which is that we're gonna see a bigger drop in new hospitalizations and eventually death. Then we will see a drop in cases because the cases were dominated by people in their twenties, thirties and forties, whereas the death or dominated ever had been dominated, and we'll still be dominated by people over 75 so s Oh, yeah, The more people we get vaccinated in that elderly age group, the faster we'll be able to drop the New hospitalizations Deaths. ICU bed use etcetera. We know that we Thanksgiving Christmas, New Year's Eve Bang, Bang Bang three big super spreader events. Are you concerned? The Super Bowl parties or Super Bowl gatherings are going to be a super Predator super spreader event of that magnitude or not as much Well, certainly it has the potential. You know, I put it on a bar with try a little bit less than Thanksgiving. Maybe on par with make Christmas Eve or something like that. You know, there's gonna be a lot of mixing. A lot of people are gonna get together. Fortunately, we're in a little bit better space than we were in terms of community spread at Chris. You know, when you compare right now to Christmas and New Year's, there's a little bit less. Respect, which means that it's a little bit less likely that someone at your Super Bowl party is going to have active illness when compared to you know, New Year's Eve or Christmas party, So but but that's not a license to feed. You know Cavalier about this. Do what you can't ventilate. Make sure videos especially anybody like my parents. I'm bringing them over, But we've got a hopefully it's gonna be warm. We'll open the double doors. And have them sit close to the back of television, because I mean it is. This is an important of that people, you know, Social Act. We're social animals. We need this kind of interaction, and the key is to just do it safely and do it. You can't tow mitigate. Is it realistic? The CDC is saying that's probably not a good idea to cheer. You know, the yelling and the screaming of the jumping around at the Super Bowl party. We're encouraging people like bang pots and pans or sticks together or something. Come on, that that doesn't even seem realistic. I don't know. I'm not gonna come out that we'll see that there are there are a lot of people in public health center in Ivory Towers. And that sounds like an ivory tower. Kind of suggestion. Okay, Well, I'm glad you said that I I agree with you. I think that's absolutely common Ivory Tower suggestion. I appreciate the time today in this one last question you were critical or have been a bit critical of the the way the state has handled some of the other things leading up to, But now that we're vaccinating, it seems as if they've turned things around with with State Farm Stadium and getting vaccinations out there. Are you happy with the rate of vaccinations right now in Arizona? Overall, I think overall in many counties, it's doing well. Pema is a model team is doing a terrific job. Um, you know, Merrick opened and I felt just reiterate again. These miracle to county pods don't get the attention that they deserve, because they're doing a lot of the heavy lifting here. But I No, I think there are some gaps and some of these rural counties like Apache County, La Paz County, the areas where we coaches the areas where we're having trouble are some of these rural counties. And I would like to see if the state's going to do any interventions moving forward that they'll focus more on these rural parts of the state that are struggling. Yeah, It's an excellent point, Mr Humble, Always a good always a pleasure to talk to you. And we look forward to talking to you soon. All right. Chicken, the best of the Mike Broom head show Katie a Our news 92 3 FM. Me. Me, me, me, Me, But also you owe the federal fast forwards his favorite foreign film that the powdered doughnut. Um okay, What's my line Three.

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"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Public. School advocates are trying to rally opposition to the plan, saying it's a clear rejection of the will of the voters when they rejected prop 305 and 2018 by a nearly 2 to 1 margin. 23 old man wielding a spear has been identified as Alexander Mir Mir was shot by Glendale police on Saturday after charging toward an officer near northern and 59th Avenues. A man called 911 make a threat to shoot officers and gave his location officers found him acting erratically and holding that 3 to 4 ft. Homemade wooden spear. He wouldn't respond when he was told to drop it. No officers were hurt during the incident. 60 Wait. Now Maricopa County begins its forensic audit of the 2020 general election tomorrow. Now it's expected to wrap up on Thursday or Friday, then a second on it by another firm begins next Monday. Republican leader of the Arizona Senate, announced today she has hired a separate independent auditor to conduct a third audit. Arizona lawmakers could overturn a presidential election if Republicans advance the proposed bill through the Legislature. The losing presidential candidate could then pick Arizona's electoral college voters. Fresh off a Donald Trump lost. State Republicans also have bills that would end permanent early voting to make recounts easier. Another bill would prohibit mailing early ballots back, voters would have to return them to polling places. Republicans say the bills would boost voter security. Democrats say they would boost voter suppression, especially for the poor and minorities. Some Republicans already oppose the measures. Peter same, or Katie, Our news, a Democratic member of the Arizona House of Representatives, has resigned to take a job with the Biden administration. Representative Orlando Teller will serve as a deputy assistant secretary for tribal affairs for the U. S. Transportation Department. Tellers from Chin Li represent parts of the Navajo Nation. He was just elected to a second term in the November election, The Apache County Board of Supervisors will appoint a Democratic replacement. Wake.

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"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Grisham is issuing a two week stay at home order. Sheltering in place is the on Lee way that we're going to be able to blunt the spread of the virus is Oregon's Kate Brown imposing a similar order but is a lock down the best way to fight the pandemic. Public health experts agree that a lockdown is an extreme strategy. We don't want to go there we wanted to for schools open. We're trying to keep the economy going, and the issue is how do you sort of tweak and create a more nuanced approach to interventions? Hot spots should see more closures like, for instance, indoor dining and it's really gonna be about you know these larger efforts like national testing a national mass mending, You know, the Biden, China has many elements. Of this is it's much more sort of nuance based on geography rather than some national lockdown, ABC News contributor Dr John Brown Stain president, Trump says with the vaccine on the way, there's no need for a lockdown. ABC is Terry Moran says the president still isn't ready to concede the race he's projected to have lost almost a week ago. Two Democrat Joe Biden is clearly not in his psychological makeup. He he just doesn't have that thing that most adults develop, which is learning how to lose because sometimes you do. He just doesn't want to acknowledge that that said. The most telling point is when he stepped forward and said, This administration will not be going in a locked and hopefully that and you could almost hear him recognized in his own heart mind. There's going to be a next administration ABC News today projecting that Mr Biden will win Georgia, which increases his electoral vote total to 306 the state today. Beginning or hand recount of ballots. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station. Use station. Hey, ta are on hair 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the KTs are new zap your breaking news and traffic Now it's 902. Good evening. I'm Deborah Dale. Here's our top stories. Arizona votes but count the election count in Arizona is almost over, and Maricopa County is all done. The county finished counting a record breaking 2,089,563 ballots this evening. That's the highest number of ballots ever cast in an election in Maricopa County turnout above 80%. The one race that wasn't called in the county has been decided. Maricopa County District One supervisor Jack Sellers keeps his seat. Arizona still has about 1700 votes left to count. Right now They're all from Apache County. Joe Biden, currently leading president Trump in Arizona by 10,016 votes. The Trump campaign's voter lawsuit in Arizona was dismissed today. But the Arizona Republican Party has its own lawsuit working through the courts. It asked for ballots to be can vexed by precinct, not voter centers. Secretary of State Katie Hobbes wrote an election procedures manual stating that now we're going to a voting center.

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"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Whether state statute as it exists, is actually supreme. To Emmanuel written by a member of the executive branch. This is state GOP chairwoman Kelli Ward, explaining the technicalities. I personally think state statute is what stands so we are asking that that be clarified. Ward insists the presidential race is still too close to call in Arizona. The count is 0.3% separating the two candidates President Trump from the other guy. We are getting close to recount territory here at less than a 10. Of a percent difference again. The Trump campaign concedes there's no path to victory in Arizona. But in his news conference today on a covert 19 vaccine, President Trump again wouldn't concede. Whatever happens in the future. Who knows which administration will be? I guess time will tell. But I can tell you this administration will not go to a lockdown. Even if the State Party's lost two prevails, it may not increase the number of ballots counted and newly qualified balance could count for Trump or Biden. But now that the Trump campaign lawsuit is over in Arizona, will the State Party dropped? There's still no word from Ward or her office is about that. And Sharpie gate is back. The plaintiffs drop their lawsuit, but then re filed it, claiming that Merrick Oppa County elections officials didn't process their ballots properly because the ink from their Sharpie pens leaked through their ballots. Local and state elections leaders have said this year's ballots were designed for sharpies, Peter same or Katie. Our news well, Maricopa County is all done earlier this hour, had finished counting a record breaking 2,089,563 ballots. That's the most ever counted for an election in Maricopa County and turnout and the county was above 80%. The one race that wasn't called in the county has now been decided. Maricopa County District One supervisor Jack Sellers keeps his seat. 403 votes. Now. Arizona State wide still has 1700 votes left account. They're actually all in Apache County. Joe Biden still has a 10,000 plus lead on President Trump 10 days after the general election, Senator Martha McSally has conceded in a statement. Center Katya are mixed, Sally says, quote With nearly all the votes counted. I called Mark Kelly this morning to congratulate him on winning this race. I also offered support in his transition. To ensure Arizonans are best served during this time. I wish him all the best and quote make. Sally received the second most votes ever. In a statewide race in Arizona, however, she fell about 80,000 votes short of her opponent. This is Mick Sally Second Senate lost in two years. She was appointed to the role by Governor Doug Ducey, after losing to Senator Kirsten Cinema in 2018 Taylor can erupt. Katya are news and after a tight race, state Senator Kate Brophy McGee concedes in district 28. Democrat Christine Marsh wins by just a few 100 votes. McGee tweeted her thanks to constituents and says While she's no longer in the state Legislature, she will always serve Arizona and ask the Legislature not to let differences to find their work. There was a lot of talk about Arizona turning blue during the election, but it didn't completely happen. Democrats prevailed at the federal level, but the state Legislature remains in Republican hands. So politically speaking, what color is Arizona, the full on purple category? NBC NEWS Political director Chuck Todd. Hills. Arizona's morning news where we are now reminds him of where a neighboring state was a little over a decade ago. Arizona's going to be a permanent member of the battleground or will it be like what happened with Colorado? Where? Starting in 06? No. Seven in a way it started to move. It looked like it was gonna be stay in purple. And then it just kept moving. Colorado is a blue state Jeremy Foster key to our news. Even as the number of positive coronavirus cases continues to rise, President Trump held a Rose Garden news conference today, telling the media a vaccine to fight come. 19 is not far off. President Trump hailed Operation warp speed as a success in credited Fizer with producing a vaccine that is more than 90% effective. Trump says he expects final approval to come as early as April, he says once the vaccine is finally approved, it will go out to those most in need. The vaccine will be distributed to frontline workers, the elderly and high risk Americans immediately. Will be very matter of weeks. Trump added that three other vaccines are in the final trial stages and should be ready very soon. President says he's ordered an emergency authorization of the vaccines and is working on coordinating a distribution of 100 million doses with an option of 600 million more doses, which will be given out for free. John Roller. Katya our news Coronavirus in Arizona. Well, coronavirus, Hospital metrics.

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"apache county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"apache county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"52 degrees in Boston and 9 30. Good evening. I'm Dan Watkins. Here's what's happening with the news this weekend that Joe Biden becomes the 46th president elect after being projected to win the election, many are wondering how he will govern. One senator says that the former vice president will do it from the middle. We get more now from CBS News, President Trump's still not conceding Democrats. Meanwhile, they're looking ahead to abide the administration. West Virginia Senator Joe Mansion on face the nation. We've got to govern from that metal. That moderate middle Joe Biden has always been there. He knows howto work across the hour. We'll reach out first to make this Senate work. Give it every chance. You get Republican Senator Mitt Romney on CNN. Not happy with the way Mr Trump is acting. I would. I would prefer to see the world watching, eh? A more graceful departure, but but that's just not in the nature of of of the man. CBS News Election law expert David Becker is bothered by attacks on ordinary people who count votes. It's shameful. I mean, these are public servants who are doing you know they're not always well paid. They're not really well paid it all they don't get a lot of recognition. Usually we know their names when something goes wrong there really heroes of democracy right now. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman. Boats are still being counted for president for the presidential election in Arizona. And even though Joe Biden is projected to be president elect, President Trump is making up some ground. Their ABC is Alex Stone is in Phoenix with more. It's a race that keeps getting tighter in the state. President Trump's campaign has argued he will win Arizona, but still, that would not be enough to get him the presidency. The new numbers coming in from Maricopa, banal in Apache County, showing Buyten's lead is now down to about 17,000 votes in their state. It's been Inking everyday since election day. There remain about 77,000 uncounted ballots here at like Stone. ABC News PHOENIX Youth Hockey Players across Massachusetts are back on the ice this weekend as ranks were allowed to reopen after being closed for two weeks because of Cove it W. B C's Carl Stevens visited the Connery Rincon Lin thie.

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06:07 min | 1 year ago

"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Our news. The best of my crew list of the MIC broom Head show GR news 92 3 FM. Thanks so much for joining me. It is a Wednesday. We appreciate you spending some time with us talked with Dr Keira Christen this morning Department of Health Services here in the state of Arizona, and she broke the daily numbers and not good news for Arizona this morning. This morning, we're going to be reporting a record number of cases that were newly report. Did yesterday. We have 4878. New case is bringing up to 84,000 and 92 were also reporting Increased numbers of deaths today. Today will be reporting 88 new death. So when you break down the numbers with a number of tests versus the number of positive cases, you get 28% positive. We're now one and four approaching, one in three people being tested are testing positive for covert 19. That is not the right direction for those numbers to be going per capita. We're seeing huge numbers in other places in Arizona Huma County being one that is in big trouble with the highest second highest, third highest in the state, 2820 out of 100 per 100,000 Yuma County. We're seeing also down in Santa Cruz County in southeastern errors or south Central Arizona. They argue they are very high at 33 90. They're the highest now. Santa Cruz is a very small county, but they're seeing a huge outbreak in Santa Cruz County. We still see Navajo and Apache counties are very high up in northern Arizona. Where the you know across that part of the state from Coconino County, going east to Apache County. Is the stretch of the Navajo Nation. That's where a large part of those numbers come from. But when you look at what's happening in south south western in south central Arizona in Huma, and it jumps over Pema County and goes to Santa Cruz Ah, couple of really big hot spots there as well. And Maricopa County even for the high numbers. Still has a lower number than some of the other places in Arizona, which is surprising on the list of per capita Maricopa County Falls about 6th 5th or sixth or seventh on the list. Eso it is about in the middle. As faras cases per 100,000 the death rate is still low hospitalization rate is still at 6%. But it's it is obviously something that everyone is paying attention to as we move into the Fourth of July weekend, and we're talking with Dr Krista about that she is concerned wants people to stay out of big large groups. This is going to be a determining factor for all of us looking at this moving forward because This weekend. Are people going to heed the warnings? It is going to be very difficult to police and it's going to be even more difficult to necessarily enforce. It's the hope that people will Will be able to Just, I guess, show some self control. I talked to Dr Krista about the positive rates. Why Jim's were closed, and I asked her about regrets eyes there anything they wish they had done. Differently, In hindsight, not a criticism. Just looking back. Now we know this. We wish we could have done that. Here was a response. I think we have been using the information that we've had to make the best decisions for Arizonans. We're learning more about this virus every single day. One of the things I wish I would have known early on because it's unlike other diseases that we deal with in public health is how many asymptomatic or very, very mild symptoms. There are like people who are experiencing that because that Julie makes slowing the spreader stopping the spread very difficult. And the other part of that That's an interesting caveat in my mind is if so many people with this virus are asymptomatic. Then we're looking at something that how do we protect the people that are susceptible to the big dangers? That's the issue for me is if it's if there's so many people that are asymptomatic or so mildly symptomatic. We're taking drastic measures for everyone when there are a few people that are at the highest risk of serious outcomes. So I did ask you a question. I've not heard anybody asked. The people are shying away from these questions. I'm not trying and well, if you listen to the show, it's hard for me to defend myself because people are not going to pay attention to what I'm saying. But I have been a fierce defender of the protests. I thought the protesters had every right to do what they were doing. I thought the most protesters behave the way they were supposed to behave. But quite honestly, from the beginning of the protests at least the 1st 10 days in Arizona, we did not see many people wearing masks. Now. It increased over the next week or so. But not the 1st 10 days. Then no leader in Arizona was standing up and saying We should be doing a better job. You should be masking up. You look at the emphasis and what the governor is saying. Now that we didn't see restaurants and clubs and bars and those places being hammered. There was one citation issued in Scottsdale. To the riot house yesterday, there were multiple locations ofthe gyms. Specifically mountainside fitness is that were issued citations. It's just a weird enforcement. It's very, very strange. So I asked the doctor about protests. They were outdoors, which increases the ventilation, but they were close together, and not everyone was wearing masks. What we would recommend is anybody who has attended any mass gathering, if you know, Watch yourself for signs and symptoms of Kobe, so a fever, shortness of breath cough. CDC just added a couple of more Ah, a couple more symptoms that could be consistent with Cove it and that includes runny nose or congestion. Oh, and diarrhea. So what We want to make sure if you got any of those symptoms, you know, stay away from others and talk to your health care provider. So if you've attended any mass gathering as if it's.

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KTAR 92.3FM

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Show on KTAR news ninety two three FM and they KTAR news at thanks so much for being here big story today we had senator Martha McSally on this morning talking with her about relief and what would happen next year so we need to get the trillions out the three trillion dollars already approved into the hands of the Americans she said she trusts people in Arizona to be safe that we can re integrate and be safe about it I also agree with that the governor yesterday made the ruling that today gyms could open and that they would be allowed to but Tom Hatton who has been a vocal critic of shutting down so that he's gonna wait he is gonna wait for that but I ask Mr Hatton what it was like when he was told a tale that they were going to be able to re open it was it was a great statement I'd like to know yes it's announcement to that Christmas that you remember the most and got that first prize when you're a kid you can stop jumping up and down I did get to yesterday felt like an amount there are a lot of people to feel exactly the same way so gyms pools splash pads will begin to re open the governor saying that we're not going back to normal this is going to be the temporary normal that we're gonna go back we're going to distance we're gonna do things safely in Arizona the new numbers in the Arizona thirty two no reported deaths overnight bringing in total almost a six hundred five hundred ninety four is the total there have been one hundred and sixty five thousand eight hundred and ten covert nineteen tests that have been performed now those numbers include tests for both code nineteen itself and for the antibodies one hundred twenty seven thousand seven hundred fifty tests have been done for covert nineteen thirty eight thousand sixty tasks for the antibodies we have a three point two percent positive rate for antibodies and a seven point four percent positive testing rate for covert nineteen we were originally testing only people that were severely symptomatic not even moderately symptomatic severely symptomatic in the state of Arizona and they were severely symptomatic or high risk categories and we were still seeing in under ten percent positive rate of covert nineteen we are well below the flu numbers in Arizona I I'm not even trying to slant numbers I'm looking at them honestly I'm breaking them down for you I'm not combining numbers I'm giving you all of those numbers that when you look at the cases per one hundred thousand what we're seeing the rates per one hundred thousand we're seeing at a hundred and forty five in Maricopa county that is a little over one percent but when you look up in Navajo and could end up in Apache county's Coconino county that is skewing the numbers percentage wise in Apache county it's eleven hundred thirty eight per one hundred thousand people in Navajo county nine hundred seventy four that is far and above exceeds every other place in the state and it's not even close one forty five is the number in Maricopa county one forty one in canal county one fifty nine down in Pima county but we're seeing everybody else is around the one hundred or under mark and when you look around the state of Arizona we've done a good job of flattening that curve the big concern about the economy is a real concern about the economy what will happen in the coming days weeks and months we what we had going in our economy for a long time was very unique we had the jobless rate was the lowest it'd been in fifty years and almost every demographic along with that wages were climbing faster than they had climbed at a very very long time it was organic growth in wages but the third thing that really made it terrific in the economy was we didn't have any inflation so we were making more money we were more employed and things weren't costing more so we were actually seeing the benefit of those raised raises it wasn't as if our wages were going up with the cost of living because of inflation the big concern now for many economists is what's going to happen as we climb out of this we have printed so much money are we going to see mass inflation so now you've got wages that are a bit lower because people aren't working as much and are we gonna see good start costing more money because of the value of the dollar it's a fair problem to consider not to mention that the one aspect of the economy that's been good for people is dramatically lower gas prices will gas prices will not stay low forever as demand increases we're going to see gas prices normalize and the average working family gas prices can devastate a small business and I can death devastated families live paycheck to paycheck a large chunk of your discretionary income when you are living paycheck to paycheck goes into your gas tank how many of us remember I remember it vividly which is on the front side of this I said to people if you're able to pay your bills it's your patriotic duty to pay your bills not to try to find a loophole to get out of paying them and from I was being completely candid a time in my life where I was concerned that I was going to lose everything and not be able to pay my bills it made me so sick I lost fifteen pounds in eighteen days and didn't he didn't sleep it was the worst time in my life for that feeling of not being able to recover economically I was able to pay people back I was able to climb out of that very deep hole it took a lot of time but I was able to do it I look at paying my bills now is a privilege I no longer look at paying bills is a chore because I know the feeling of it not being able to and if more people could see it that way if you're able to pay your bills right now and keep this economy afloat and keep your creditors afloat while they deal with the people that can't you're just doing your small part to keep this economy going so to the crowd of people out there that said from the beginning we're in this together we'll get through this together we're getting through it together if you think we opened up too soon you may be proven right if that's the case we step backwards will step backwards but we have got to take aggressive steps to reopen this economy and if you can pay your bills if you can support this economy by going out and doing things by all means you should be going out and you should be doing things it's what we can do to help rebuild our economy last thing I'll say about it is local you know I plan I try to go on vacation I go home to my my home town which is funny this is my hometown but I grew up in southwest Florida and my brother his family and my mom are all there and I go home once a year for a weekend or something maybe an extended period of time I may go for a weekend just to visit my family and friends my niece is going to graduate from high school in July but I I'm pretty sure that when it comes to vacations are spending money if I'm gonna go to a resort I'm probably not gonna go to Vegas I'm probably gonna stay here I'll put my money into an Arizona resort you know going to restaurants going out how I will do that at home and I think for us to be able to support the local economy I think a lot of people around the country will be doing that and LA county is in a rough spot.

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KNST AM 790

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"apache county" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"It the marina firing California's Ventura county charging towards homes destroying over ten thousand acres county fire chief mark Lawrenson as a wind shear we have a whole new feel bad that opens up in this subject to a pretty significant Parker in northern California firefighters say they've been able to contain the Kincaid fire which is taken out almost eighty thousand acres America's listening to a box issued for the state schools wreck balking industry news the state board of education has released letter grades for Arizona schools based on AC merit testing in the spring this year four hundred eighty three schools scored an eighty up from last year fifty four received an F. which is also up from twenty eighteen the Arizona charter schools association says two thirds of charter schools got an a or a B. governor Doug Ducey has made another judicial appointment today he announced he has named judge Stephen Williams to the Arizona court of appeals he will fill the vacancy created by the unexpected death of judge John Thompson Williams previously served in Apache county Superior Court and has been a member of the Navajo County Board of supervisors since twenty fifteen and the Pima county sheriff's department is announcing a drop in violent crime in the county it compared stats from the first three quarters of the past three years I'm Gregg Paul K. N. S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk the unemployment.

"apache county" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"apache county" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Admitted to having sex with a minor yeah I was arrested Thursday and booked into the Pima county jail on three counts of sexual conduct with a minor the alleged offenses happen last winter and at least one of the sexual acts occurred at ten converting high school police say ya emitted to having sex with a minor on two separate occasions it's cooler today as a cold front is tracking through Arizona and bringing cold temperatures and snow to areas of the state snow is expected in the mountains of northern Apache county where one to four inches is possible other parts of northern Arizona can expect up to an inch on Wednesday the National Weather Service is warning of record setting cold that may become life threatening for anyone who is unprepared I'm Gregg Paul Kane is T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk this report is sponsored by staples from the casino del soul the soul of Tucson traffic center watch out for an accident still working intersection a sunrise and swan that one's been there awhile but TPV having a tough time wrapping everything up Campbell add to the sixth street you've got a collision there that one also right at the intersection I'm Brian Levin K. N. S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety get your free credit score card today even if you're not a discover customer it includes your fight go credit score and checking your score card won't hurt your credit learn more at discover dot com slash credit score card limitations apply from the adventure mechanical heating cooling and plumbing weather center this report is sponsored by General Dynamics I. T. well the news thirteen now first alert weather on KNSD Hey there I'm chief meteorologist Liza Viegas tonight it is going to be chilly the majority of your evening will be spent the lower sixties in upper fifties will bottom out at forty four degrees and tomorrow lots of sunshine little breezy in the afternoon with a high of seventy six degrees for protecting our nation's critical infrastructure to securing the tactical ads cyber security is embedded in everything we do with the brightest minds keep partner sets and emerging technology GT I. T. delivers the art of the possible explore.

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02:58 min | 2 years ago

"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Still eight Saturday and Sunday till five the third and get your news thanks Dan we do have an excessive heat warning in effect through today tonight will look for a low of eighty eight today's high one hundred ten degrees one oh seven tomorrow then back to the the excessive heat on Friday and Saturday and so we cool off into the one some things next week maybe starting Sunday your weather is brought to you by at Howard Air whether replace or repair call Howard Air take a look at your money from the K. T. A. R. business center Florida based black salmon just made its first Arizona acquisition shelling out over ninety million dollars for the U. S. bank center that's the thirty one story white tower in downtown Phoenix Phoenix business journal reports black Sammons total investment will be a hundred seven million dollars with nine million plan for renovations six million plan for leasing efforts well things turn around on Wall Street we start out the day down almost one hundred now we're up almost two hundred one hundred on the Dow is up ninety seven right now the S. and P. five hundred up seven and a half in the nasdaq remains flights for more money news visit the business center KTAR dot com K. T. A. R. news time eight or nine KTAR shark report presented by Schwartz laser rice center we've been filling you in this morning on the search for two murder suspects on the loose possibly in Arizona after being accused of killing a seventy four year old man in Tucson they were caught in New York then during their extradition back here they overpower two security guards and are thought to be in a red GMC Sierra pickup with the Arizona license plate one two seven X. T. Y. lane Barksdale who's traveling with his wife Susan is a six foot five duty weighs two hundred sixty pounds and has a lot of tats on his arms and hands he also looks like an I said this in a family friendly one giant jerk at least based on his mug shot with so many people working for him the Apache county sheriff's office the FBI the United States marshals service and you if you've been reading about the story this guy and his wife are really gonna stand out as thousands of people work to find these two criminals I would like to tell you about the awful people who don't stand out quite as much and use that to their advantage you can also read about a guy named Gordon Golding at KTAR dot com hiding in plain sight on social media police arrested him for sexually assaulting two thirteen year old girls he met on Instagram cooling apparently gain their trust by teaching them self defense techniques but as it turned out the person they needed the greater self defense from was Golding himself this guy who worked at the paradise valley community college fitness centers accused of giving these poor girls pot booze and birth control pills and one cop searches home they also found ropes whips in various adult toys at least that's what they're called on those signs outside the castle superstore they certainly out the toys of children but these children have been robbed.

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"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"apache county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here's our top story. harrison is immigration crisis the number of families apprehended on the border in south western arizona is up by almost four hundred percent from last year k._t._a._r.'s jim cross is in yuma chewing a new temporary migrant facility that opens today migrant centre to large convention style tents border patrol headquarters designed for five hundred people bad showers a lottery add more border patrol agent jose gabay says only seven percent of the migrants they're apprehending are claiming asylum most dramatic increases being in the family in a category where we've seen a three hundred eighty one percent increase compared to the same time last year just over eighty seven hundred people last year compared to just over forty two thousand michigan almost forty thousand migrants have been released across zona since december and huma jim cross k._t._a._r. news meanwhile a group of democratic presidential hopefuls today visited a private detention facility in homestead florida where it said that around twenty five hundred children are currently being housed there's been widespread criticism over the conditions that some bike grand children are being exposed to here's south bend mayor pete buddha judge this morning near the homestead facility criticizing the current administration they talk about family values about fake Talk about freedom. are we saying family values are saying freedom in that building other democratic candidates visited deficity yesterday there are signs that the monsoon is starting to perk up around erazo the national weather service says that storms are developing near the community of vernon in southern apache county in scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible over.

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550 KFYI

11:28 min | 3 years ago

"apache county" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"And right now in the center ring of the conservative circus. We have the new chair of the Arizona Republican party. Dr Kelli ward, Dr Kelli ward, welcome and congratulations. Thank you so much James. Oh my gosh. It was a wonderful weekend. My birthday was Friday. I turned fifty. That's not always the woman favorite birthday. I can tell you but Saturday more than made up breath. I. Resounding win. Whether it was fantastic and upon winning Dr ward you immediately called for unity, and we're very gracious to the former chairman Jonathan lines. What are you hearing from aligns camp? Are they going to be cooperative? Or are they going to pick up their marbles and go home for the most part? It looks like everybody really does want to unite the people who were the most vigorous opponents, and and vicious attacks. They've already kind of come around and said, hey, let's come together because we have to win. And that makes me extremely happy and extremely proud. And also extremely humbled. I know that there's a lot of work to do to bring this party together. I'm more than willing to do it. I'm willing to work with everyone. The people who have been in power for a long period of time. But people who felt like the power wasn't taken from them. I think if we bring those two factions together all my gosh, Jamesy. Harris, we are unbeatable in twenty twenty we have the new chair of the Republican party in the center ring of the conservatives. Circus. Dr ward, you spent the last couple of months, traveling around the state talking to stay committee men, what have you been hearing from them. And what is their biggest concern that they want more more people on the ground? And that's why that's my top. Priority is the full activation of the grass roots. We have so much potential in Arizona, even in the places that have been democrat stronghold for a long time Pima county Coconino county over in Apache county, where it's been difficult to wrest power from the Democrats. There's a lot of potential and a lot of people who want to get involved, and they wanna make sure that the Republican party is going to stand firmly beside them and give them the training and the resources and the responsiveness that they need to be able to be successful to do that job. So we're working hard to to be able to recruit during this next several months, you know, between now and September it's going to be wholescale. Recruitment of people who want to get this done who want to work hard for President Trump to make sure that he wins resoundingly in twenty twenty. But yeah that that this weekend by by three percent, isn't what we do that. We give him the win from Arizona that he deserved. And it's gonna take people take time. It's gonna take talent it's gonna take shoe leather. And of course, it's gonna take money. So they're there, but they all seem very ready willing and able to do it. And I look forward to lead the charge one of the things Dr ward that was said before the election and even afterwards, I'm hearing at the McCain camp is still kind of growling saying that it will be more difficult now to raise money, but the reality is in past elections of the money. That was raised didn't go to conservatives. Do you have any concerns about money? I well, I mean, I think everybody has concerned about money because there is donor fatigue out there across the board. But I do know that I've been to work very very closely with the RNC look forward to having a wonderful relationship with them. Them. So that we can use the strategy. I I really am. So impressed that they're using the strategy that we are now getting behind President Trump's that we aren't going to cause division in our ranks before this next election in twenty twenty and that we're going to we're going to uphold him and make sure that he wins, and I've already been in touch with them and and have lots of call scheduled. I've also been in touch with several owners who are ready to come to the table. Blur. Arizona Republican party of Arizona. And I think that there's gonna be more of that to come. You know, people aren't aren't naive. They understand that Arizona is going to be a battleground state and the Democrats see us as a swing state now because of their their successes at twenty eighteen and turning us somewhat a shade of purple, and I'm committed to making sure that Arizona goes red again, not just the presidency and keeping that Senate seat. But all the way down the line all the way down the ballot. That we regain that the Republican majority that we should have in the sense of ring that the conservative circus, we had the new chair of the Republican party. Dr Kelli ward, one of the things that was really unfair. But your race between now Senator Martha mcsally with the fact that the party blocked debates going forward, what will be your policy on that, you know, I I want a Republican electorate to have have access and exposure to all of the candidates so that they can make the decision as to who's going to. Our candidates, but it's not going to be made by big money. And and they give ads now that being said, I would never let our candidates go into the lion's den with data tive mainstream media reporters to attack every single day. And then have you know, lick their chops as they they have their prey before them on a debate stage. I would want those debates could be hosted by Republicans and questions of Republican policy to be asked of our of our candidates. So that they can get their points of view on policy out before the voters who many times and we've seen it on the national stage again and again and again with presidential. We invite these I put journalists in quotes, you're listening to pose the question to our candidates, and they're they're designed not to get policy issues out there on the table, but to forward an agenda that that those particular questioners seem to have and so. You know, I'll do everything in my power to protect our candidates from that. But I also will do everything in my power to make sure that the Republican electorate gets to see all of the candidates and hear from them in in a debate forum in a safe environment with other Republicans. I'll tell you what Dr ward that is a breath of fresh air. And I do believe that if people just had the opportunity to hear from our candidates without the filter of the mainstream media and have you haven't gone through that. And know what it's like the fight against that bad. Oh, I think you bring a lot to this new his new position and is going to give the the good people there on a chance to make a real honest choice into that. I say, congratulations. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. And I think also the one of the roles of the party chairman is to bring our candidates and our elected officials to the people and make sure that they're able to build solid relationships. We are in a populous time it's different time that was thirty or forty years. Ago where people simply accepted that our elected officials stood up in front of them wave their hands set. A few nice words and then escaped out the back. They might take a couple of pictures, and then they're gone now people expect real representation in this Representative Republic, and we can make that happen at the party level as well. Absolutely. Dr Kelli ward who had a huge victory depending on what you're talking to. Is it a fair fair fight wasn't really close contentious. But not close, and we also have an opportunity with Dr Kelli ward now over the party to have real authentic conservatives from from different backgrounds as well. Can I say that? I think I just did. Yeah. I'm talking about the is the left us into identity. Politics is left that goes around putting diversity over everything else. They're diverse look into the versity in the room. Will the reality is here in Arizona. We have diversity when it comes to the Republican party. But under previous administration, I should say management that wasn't embraced. I am hoping that under Dr Kelli ward, we're going to see more Hispanic conservative voices. Regard to see it'll be don't have a whole lot of America's African descent here in you'll who are conservatives. But there are some. And there are involved. But I think what Dr ward I'm hoping that that will be embraced that will be encouraged that will be financed. Because if it is you wanna talk about a revolution. You want to talk about a grass roots revolution. That's going to be opened up to to the Latinas into America's of African descent being welcomed into the party. It'll be amazing. And it will have an impact not only here in Arizona. It will have an impact nationally. I'm just telling you. And. For years for years. My associated with the Republican party America. Try to throw anybody under the bus. But I was sitting here. Like, whoa, whoa. Wow. We could night. How can we don't have more people who are willing to to reach out into bring in into expand? Our base. Famous movie out there called in fear of a black Republican. But it's not just black folks in fear. It was made in the two thousands. But it is did Advantest job of showing how the Republican party was bending more to the to the media really in fear of the media and in fear with the media would say if a democrat really if the sorry the Republicans really pursued minority candidates. So I think that with this change there is something that can be that could happen that could be very very powerful. You know, I have my list here. There are I want to see you list off who the other winners worse year, but I just misplaced that piece of paper. So I'll do that. When I when I come back. We'll be back at six twenty also. I wanna talk about. It's six twenty how the the the Megan McCain mega McCain's reaction to this. Because it's extraordinary Meghan McCain. She was on tour. She was on with van Jones on C N N. She was on the Twitter machine blasting the results of our election here with the Arizona. The Republican party on Saturday. And I'm telling you, she's finding herself in a new world. She's lost. This is not the party that she grew up with this is not the party that she understands and she's afraid that President Trump has put his step on this party. And now that we have Dr Kelli ward or running the party in Arizona. She's afraid all his loss. We'll talk about that a six twenty. Fourteen.

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