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"ashford" Discussed on KOMO
"Open the highway east of the town of Ashford secretary of state Kim Wyman is worried about security ahead of next month's presidential primary in a presidential election year that has this high profile spotlight on it we don't need to be introducing new things that we now to figure out how we can defend she speaking of an app that Mason County wanted to use Wyman says the county backed off after their vulnerabilities that came to light I remember super Tuesday is March third The Washington presidential primary is one week later that's on March tenth the state legislature is taking another step toward helping pregnant moms in the workplace the details from call most of post looks Senate bill sixty thirty four would extend the time allowed to file a complaint about pregnancy discrimination at the moment the statute of limitations is six months lawmakers want to double that in public testimony last month mon Chelsea glass and testified that she's experienced it multiple times I fell pregnant I ended up switching teams because the retaliation my workplace just became a horrible toxic environments the bill passed the state Senate thirty eight to nine with bipartisan support it now heads to the state house Jeff Pohjola company news for the second straight year the state Senate has passed a bill to extend gun free zones to include the state's pre schools and daycares the bill faces opposition from those who believe gun free zones make kids less safe doesn't eighteen an area as a gun for use on only ensures law abiding citizens will be defenseless and event of an attack that's Paul hacker testifying to a state Senate committee the bill now moving on to the state house nearly a decade after a Tacoma police officer shot and paralyzed the man who led officers on a low speed chase a lawsuit claiming use of excessive force is closer to trial Seattle times says the ninth circuit court of appeals refused to grant immunity to the officer then sent the case back to the District Court where judge refused to dismiss it three years ago the suit filed in twenty thirteen says officer Christopher Clark had no reason to fire ten shots into the side of town or in slow moving S. U. V. as he tried to swerve around his patrol car in a parking lot in the papers in the Casey Clark left his vehicle before opening fire despite being ordered not to he claims born xcelerated in trying to run them down Clark was later cleared of wrongdoing by to call the police but was ordered to undergo additional training contract negotiations between Boeing and its engineers union of ended successfully before most people even knew they were under way Boeing's current contract was be a has two years to go still the size we stood no time in hammering out a four year extension that keeps eighteen thousand Boeing engineers and tech workers in Washington and Oregon under contract through twenty twenty six after only two weeks of negotiations the sides agreed more money will go into the pot that funds scheduled races they also agreed to be our members are entitled to up to twelve weeks of paid parental leave a portion of the agreement the rank and file may not be happy with says starting in three years employees contributions to their health plans will be based on their salary on Twitter wants to be a member calls that provision horrible Corwin hake komo news well drawn a president's day Monday the U. S. Forest Service will waive some fees that they use recreation sites in Washington and Oregon you'll be able to use many trail heads picnic areas boat launches and visitor centers for free but still have to pay for camping cabin rentals heritage expeditions and other permits it's now forty minutes past the hour komo news one thousand an FM ninety seven seven now an update on the Harley exteriors como sports desk the XFL comes to Seattle today with the dragons home opener versus the Tampa Bay vipers both teams of trying to avoid starting with a losing streak the vipers will have a tough row to hoe without starting QB Aaron Murray who was hurt foot that game kicks off at two PM at CenturyLink field Greg Olsen has a few admirers around the NFL the Seattle Seahawks included the three time Pro Bowl tight into a free agent visits with Seattle buffalo and Washington this week and according to ESPN's Adam Schefter Olson.
Part of Memorial Drive closed because of fire burning along roadway
"Starting up in some trouble right now on memorial drive the structure fire the more drive now close between second Avenue and Carter Avenue may want to use Jose L. Williams drive as an alternate back on the interstates were still sing sometimes a two eighty five south bound this is over on the west part of town this is due to a car crash cleanup from earlier today twenty five south and paces here we also of road work on the north side of the perimeter to eighty five east on Ashford Dunwoody blocking multiple center lane you may want to consider using four hundred south eighty five north to get around that also over right now being cleared off to the side and folding two eighty five north at MLK junior
Investigators believe Houston nurse was killed by celebratory gunfire
"Second person has been wounded by celebratory gunfire they believe in this new year here in our area Roberto Carlos had a bullet removed from his foot forearm after he was hit on harbor road near I sixty nine in northeast Houston you say all what or something by Neil delay done that's Carlos's roommate Palmer Raynaud telling our TV partner channel do the book came out of no where as they were watching fireworks captain John Shannon said the Harris County sheriff's office received a lot of calls about celebratory gunfire on new year's eve despite repeated warnings against us over toward gunfire this is something that goes all news on except investigators now trying ballistics tests to identify the shooter who killed sixty one year old Phillip Ashford she's a north Harris County nurse hid in the nap by celebratory gunfire from on new year's eve not coming in her neighborhood apparently yeah some distance
"ashford" Discussed on Sales Success Stories
"Top appear in value have I. You're bringing unique. Value my bring differentiated value through all these items. And if if that's the case if you can align all those things most of the time probably close that deal and when there's gaps there when I haven't done those thing that probably won't so that's for the most part. The sales philosophy has subscribed too nice well stated so what about your style. How how do you really approach and tackle that pyramid very constitutive? I want to do you know. Do a back to those original points. I want to understand and I genuinely want to understand because every business is different financial institutions. And they're very very different and you from the outside. You wouldn't think they would be need. You kinda wouldn't think they should be. It doesn't seem that they should be that different but you know the same with energy company. She wouldn't think they'd be that different in terms. Here's how they manage their suppliers and he's our data to do some of that you wouldn't think they would be that different but they are and there are legit reasons for it. Just in how they built their company and how they want to be successful full and how they've structured some their organizations so very constantly have to understand that upfront and then from there you do that tailoring and say okay. Well here's how I can help you because I've seen it elsewhere and he yes it's different and this is why it's different but in the end you want to get here. I can help you get there and this is how so. I think that consultation approach. I'm not sure if that is the classic solution selling or not. But that's the that's the kind of style and approach take I want to learn upfront. Do that deep discovery targeted questions. Not Generic Eric questions like. Hey what's what's up today. Still Very targeted questions still very deep targeted discovery. And then from there you can start building business case in people want to help you because they want want solve these problems on their own if they believe that you're capable of doing it if you if you walk the walk if you act like you can solve it and you genuinely can't solve it and you walk the walk and you can talk the talk people will they'll open up to you. They'll let you help them and from there. You know you can act like salt and go in and use that sales philosophy to solve their problems. I love it again. Well well stated so. Let's let's transition and talk a little bit about kind of mind set and motivation really. Starting with like how do you think about out motivation and and what what ultimately drives you. I'm not sure I want to be very successful. I I come from a pretty high team family. I'm the only person in my family without a without a secondary degree. My brother's a lawyer. My sister is a master of chemical engineering. My Dad has an MBA. My mom has a degree as well. I'm I'm in some sense like academically from very high to family so I kind of have these expectations for myself. I should be achieving big things I should be doing. Recall things in business. I should be doing cool things outside of work. It should be you know working hard to achieve these things and you in turn providing for my family in the way that you know I have the the opportunity to because of the skill set because the industry from another sense i. I don't really know why I'm not. I'm not sure if this is the right thing or not but I've kind of had a bit of a chip on my shoulder at work where not the anti way but in a I want you know why am I want people to be coming to me for advice. I want to be known as a thought leader in my company in my industry it. I've got a bit of a chip on my shoulder about that to to make that happen. I'm not really sure where that's coming from because I'm not. It's not an antagonistic way. But it's still exists. So that's that's how I approach motivation. Asian Peace Now. We got high expectations. I want to have expectations and I I want to make that known. What what about the the mindset side like how do you think about that? How do you manage that like? Where does that come into play in your world? I think from a couple of different perspectives. There's if you have those high expectations you almost you have to have a positive mindset because if you're positively wanted to approach it from a growth mindset perspective that you can achieve more. I can do more. I can learn more so I've got a positive mindset around it I I have this vision of where I want to be what I want to achieve. And kind of what motivates me from there and if you have that growth mindset maybe back asking for help is kind of where I'm thinking in my head right now to say. Hey I can do more. I need to help myself do more by asking people for advice or were learning this on my own responding my downtime reading a newsletter. Listen to a podcast that can teach me more so. I'm not really sure where I'm going with this. But maybe that growth mindset to get to where I wont to go. Yeah that makes sense awesome. So Neal is there something you believe that. The average sales rep with his crazy I think the structure and I'm not sure if it's it's something that maybe they don't think it's crazy media people are just they don't know it or they don't want to put the rigor around it but it was something. I really thought the Sales Success Summit in Austin I and I was something I realize I need to do more of is putting that rigor and intentionally around the sales process so something I do but the people I a lot of the people I met there they do it to the nth degree more and putting that rigor doing these things intentionally specifically asking. What is the decision criteria here to me? That's a scary question to ask. Because what if they say oh well it's not it's it's only you can influence. You can't ask that you know it's it's like a lot of questions and sales scary question to ask but you need to ask it and putting that intentionally and rigor around I asked it. I've checked it off. I understand it looking at something like a tray. Simonsen that Joint Action Plan that he developed. I think that's such an interesting concept and such a fantastic idea. That's the level of rigor that I want to get to and I'm going to get to. I think the average REP would probably probably that's crazy because maybe not because the concept is crazy because the getting over that Hump to do it can be pretty intimidating it right so it's going to require work in other words they put the rigor and the you know the the focus on I think the average up. I think that's crazy or at least tuned committee into yeah. Well what about the flip side is. There's something that the average sales rep believes that you think is crazy. I think it's totally off track of what we talked about. But I'm I'm not the biggest fan of social selling even if it's more for your organization you know just getting the branding out there stuff like that. I from what I've seen. I don't know if it's worth the time that people put into Murphy's worth the effort that people put into it. I think a lot of it could and should be done by marketing. I I see the value in the idea of it but I think for the average Rep. I don't think it would have to pay off that. A lot of people think it might do when a lot of other activities can hire a higher a return on investment. Yeah I tend to agree with you. I think that it is a very very very long term play right. And it's one of those things like the amount of investment that it takes for it to show returns is a lot and there's probably other things that you could be doing in the in the near term that are gonNA show much more impactful near-term results I mean there's there's even a couple of things I'm thinking about testing and maybe putting some metrics around it and it's a little bit different right like my world is is slightly different especially in in terms of this quote unquote social selling that I would do around this. This podcast right will. That's that's Kinda different right. I'm not looking to generate deals. It's it's really impacting the community and growing growing the audience and and things of that nature where it's a little bit more correlated but even that so it's as we're recording this. I think it was Friday west Friday so two days ago that I shared the I was Kinda celebrating that we had done three hundred episodes on daily sales tips and tons of comments tons of likes six tons of activity on that thread on that post and yet when I look at my stats. The number of people that consumed assumed. The podcast didn't really change. And so that leads me to believe in and you get. That's a very. There's a very low level of effort required to to do that. In comparison to starting a sales conversation right. That's a that's a much much higher bar and so if folks aren't even willing to take that step and go. Oh this is interesting. I'M GONNA go check out this podcast. How on Earth are they gonNA think? Oh this is interesting. I'm gonNA reach out and begin a sales conversation based on this so I'm starting to get a little bit sketchy more and more skeptical not necessarily stopped doing it because I think for where I'm at and some of the things that I'm doing it kind of makes sense but to your point for the average Rep. Brabham comes pretty close to making almost no sense but the value of social I believe is is much more than what you described. It's more figuring out and beginning to know the other person and what they're sharing what they're finding to be important and what their company is putting out there that that has immediate media value. And you don't have to you. Don't have to post for years to see that value. Yeah for like the learning and research you can do it one hundred percent. I think a lot of the time putting out a lot of content when or stuff like that when perhaps if the rest of your activities in line will then great go for it but you know maybe it's a it's a extra stra instead of the actual work that needs to be done. Yeah when you think about the most important decisions you've made the most important lessons you've learned to get where you you are today. What what are those? What are those? been the most important decision I think is the intention Audi. Write down what I wanted to do. When I was in a bit of a top spot like we talked about her there and not even really that toughest stop it in a spot where I didn't WanNa be? I took the time say okay. Well where do I want to be. What do I want to do and really spend some time thinking about it and that allowed me make the important choice set to end up where I am today and I think from there the second thing the choice to to.
"ashford" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Ashford and Simpson solid as a rock what you talking about Sonny seventy Sixers last night they was solid as a rock expectations was all over the Wells Fargo center last night expectations from what the proconsular there's and the people who were talking preseason about how good this team could be it was conversation that they could be one of the top four teams they possibly could win the east the season started and we didn't see that with any consistency but last night you could see what it could be if everything falls in place that's why we want to lead off with solid as a rock now what we don't want to do we wanna jump out did too far one one game but it gives us an opportunity just see what this team could be last night the sixes did some phenomenal things in no particular order the defense took my ME totally out of what it is that they wanted to do early in the ballgame first quarter twenty eight thirteen seven tone the other thing they were able to do was diversify their offense conversation is can the Sixers as the team be consistent and shooting outside the three ball last night fourteen for twenty nine forty eight percent that's big time the even shot the ball on the inside fifty percent there was movement and individuals being involved in the total offense Josh Richeson playing against his former team forget he was in the trade but Jimmy Butler in the conversation was young potential to play defense six six one three as a guard growing into his craft it came full blossom last night Josh Richardson was eleven for fifteen six four seven one three ball and for for five on the power line he had thirty two points now the question is are you going to get that on a regular basis no but what it does it sets the tone it set the tone in the following way first and foremost for Josh Richeson his confidence is sky high he sees himself within the realms of the role that he has to play with the seventy Sixers with the addition that you see I can shoot it any other teams will recognize that we have to worry about him shooting it from my team perspective it's another weapon and while we're talking about Josh Richeson we don't wanna Mitt the person that he was traded for Jimmy Butler Jimmy Butler with all of his swag and all of the conversation that he wants to have and wants to enlighten people about how good he is in and the demeanor that he walks around with and like this is my world and and don't encroaching unless I invite you in he came in last night and the crowd took him out of the game now have you been listen to me for a period of time don't forget that many for thirty three years but those of not aware I play this game is that a big at a big there when you come back to a T. that you were with and for whatever the reason weather was you all the team and they didn't bring you back well you don't want to come back when you come into the Wells Fargo center and you plan to seventy six this it's show time I'm going to show you who I am because people have been talking about it and this is a build up game he passed he.
"ashford" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast
"Offered broad oh yeah he did not be so monotone USA episode to the Laryngitis epidemic time with me Ah Internet win the Iran easier than it's ever been thanks to Ashford versity Ashford.
"ashford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Secretary of state Pompeii to produce Ukraine related documents and quickly and the administration's special envoy for Ukraine Kurt Volker resigns after being named in that whistle blower complaint released on Thursday Christina Rufina covers the state department for CBS news he's on this list along with the former US ambassador to Ukraine and a bunch of other characters who who might have some sort of first hand knowledge of what exactly was going on in this odd triangle between Rudy Giuliani possibly the president and the present of Ukraine of let me as Lynskey and his aides from the Washington post reports that in that now famous oval office meeting with Russian officials back in may of twenty seventeen president trump said he was not concerned about Russian interference in the U. S. selection in twenty sixteen because Washington interfered in other countries elections Larry Sabato at the university of Virginia always known the Russians were interfering he was just delighted about it and that's really why he said what he said to the Russians in the White House he's grateful to them they clearly helped him and they're one of the reasons why he's president and Hillary Clinton isn't Tom forty CBS news Washington it is ten thirty seven a dream Ashford is an African American woman who lived a nightmare Ashford was the victim of a white woman's racist tirade outside of pharmacy in greater Los Angeles KCBS TV is lord Peres says the confrontation was caught on camera Ashford says she was waiting for prescription and had no interaction with the woman at all until she heard her yelling and sorry getting closer she says she begged CVS workers to call police when they didn't another customer called nine one one as the attack on Ashford continued a part of me was like this is a real. we're in twenty nineteen. Gloria I we Sirius. Ashford.
"ashford" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Elizabeth Ashford is with ease. She says you must prove your legit Canada's itself is always challenging because it is. So regulated. You know, you want to get it. Right. You can't mess up doing it. Well, doing it consistently. Well, why we exist California's EAS operates the software? It's partnered with cannabis company Khalifa to deliver in Portland allows candidates to get into the hands of anybody who would like to try it without being aired or barris you go into a place it a little bit unknown. Khalifa's? Julie Widmer says home delivery is also a solution for medical patients who can't get out the syndicate for CBS news, Portland, Oregon at twelve twenty five it's money news on KYW. Here's a preview of today's markets from Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger. It is a jobs report. Friday. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg think job creation moderated last month with about one hundred eighty five thousand workers added to payrolls. They see the unemployment rate ticking back down to three point nine percent. Emily, Roland of j h investments says there would be no reason to raise interest rates if the numbers come in as forecast and wage gains are moderate Goldilocks report plays out not too hot not to call that could be another reason for market rally, if the fed continues to stay on the sidelines here belong delayed report on January housing starts will be released by the Commerce Department this morning, economists think there was a pickup at the beginning of the year. Facebook responded to criticism that it has been used to spread misinformation about vaccines. The social network is taking action to reduce the visibility of anti vaccine views and dad's containing misinformation about vaccines will be rejected with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger. President Trump's former. Campaign chief Paul Manafort is sentenced to nearly four years behind bars for tax crimes and Bank fraud. That's a head in three minutes. Let's say you just bought a house.
"ashford" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Ditch. Today's show has been all about hormones hormone replacement therapy causes symptoms, and we're also now going to talk about testing and treatment. And I know there's a kind of a keyword out there called estrogen dominance, it's there's genetic tests for it. I mean, in addition to that, what are some of the testing and the the treatments and things that we can do to figure out, you know, our hormones balanced, and if they're not what do we do about it? Rachel I love that you brought up estrogen dominance. It's really a a buzzword that I'm hearing from my patients all the time. And it's an it's a new concept that's really come out into the mainstream. And it's because there's testing for it now that can tell you if you're more of an estrogen dominant women, and basically estrogen dominance is women who tend to run. Higher estrogen levels rather than normal estrogen levels is really what it means. So it would be normal for them. Or is it something is to be corrected. Well, here's the thing. So I'm going to list some characteristics estrogen dominant women and as soon as they listen, you're going to say, oh my God. I know you'll know you who you are. Okay. And I'm gonna lose my own personal characteristics as well because I am estrogen dominant as well. So the characteristics. Are we tend to be slightly rounder in shape, and it doesn't necessarily mean that you're overweight? You're just have a round shaped here. Curvier exactly rounder hips tend to be smaller wasted a larger breasts tend to be ushered in dominant. Women we have tend to have softer skin, which is a is a huge positive for as we age a little slower because Ashford is a fantastic anti-aging hormone. So we wrinkle a little slower than women who wouldn't be estrogen dominant menopause comes on later. A little later for us, which is very good. Right. So we don't have to go.
"ashford" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Home. How the roads looking Doug Turnbull? Ethics thirteen to this guy. Got here we need to tell you that the reopened at college park. This crash that we traveled to buy earlier. Washington road exit number one that's takes up into the airport tunnels. The next. The brake lights grab your right at Ashford w rose. But you save o clock wise all the way around Memorial Drive. The delays still ways. Ashford Dunwoody around is what the expressway all Doug Turnbull. And the nation's best traffic team reports every six minutes here for your ride home on WSB radio. All right. These are the top ten answers for dream jobs. When asked when they're asked to teenagers and this is teenagers now not teenagers when we were capable see. How different the list might have been number ten artist. Sure, you you see that. Because I consider myself an artist in some ways creative things or you're an artist with the tamales tamales. I know, but I had the empanadas real graphic design your very artistic. Yeah. But did you ever think I want to be an artist is a kid? No because I can't physically draw, but I wanted to do something artistic which is also in dance in theaters. All right. Number nine lawyer. Oh, wow. I remember one kid in an highschool one knew he wanted to be a lawyer. And he became a lawyer. Is that a family thing? Exactly dad was. Yeah. Exactly. Right. So that's interesting that kids want to be lawyers these days, here's a nice. Well, this one encourages me number eight scientists. Okay. So teenagers pulled what do you want to be in Europe? Scientists I liked that general. That's even on the list is is amazing to me the number one. If you ask when I was a kid, maybe fifth sixth grade, what do you want to be? When you grow up there were two answers. Every boy said they wanted to be archaeologist really because of Indiana Jones. Okay. Every girl every girl my class wanted to be a marine biologist. Yes. For whatever reason was they like dolphin. Every exactly every guy wanted to be an archaeologist. They wanted to be Indiana Jones in ever wanted to be a marine biologist as far as I know. None of my classmates became either. Now. All right. So number eight was scientists number seven writer so that was me professional writer number six. This would have been number one to professional athletes. Oh, I see a lot of people would want to do that. We'd want to do that. But not many people actually can unless you do bowling darts. Those are those are maybe I should have switched my ankles. Yeah..
"ashford" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Men at work that was number nine. They ranked number nine. There is no men at work on that's weird because they had huge eighties hits down under. And all that, you know, what I I had the top twenty one hundred of these, you know, I just have the top twenty at number twenty is van halen's Panama like that was a screaming great heads. This crossover right MTV. Yeah. Absolutely, right. Was in its absolute aid hay day would not have crossed over the way it did without videos, and I think that nine hundred eighty four was it was still early days MTV because I don't believe we had on TV yet where I lived. I lived out, you know, an hour south of Boston free pretty rural? But when I would go to friends houses who live closer to Boston. They would have it on their cable system. And we just didn't have it where we loved yet. And it was a bummer. By the time. I went off to college though in late eighty four eighty five. I think we were we were getting it. So. Yeah. Number twenty is van Halen, Panama Ashford and Simpson makes this list. It's pretty wide ranging. John. The things you will say sometimes. This is a good south on. Silence. This is a big song. It was a. It was a big fish. This ban came and went in nineteen.
"ashford" Discussed on KTRH
"Lived beautifully. I remember my mom when she was alive. She loved the Cornelius nursery on dairy Ashford that doesn't exist anymore that property became so valuable the Calloway's the parent company sold it for millions upon millions of dollars, and they built some high-rise apartment complex there. But my mom absolutely adored going Cornelius nurseries when she was with us in a kind of taught me early on. I remember writing that my first book excuse. Me my first book called the golfers guide gardening. I made note than hey, mama, kind of paid attention. She was into gardening. And she made me help her with so many different things just to move buckets of this around move plants like that around dig holes things like that. But I remember it kind of paid attention to what she was doing and it paid off down the line somehow somewhere now while I didn't get a horticultural degree. I did I do have a master's in agriculture from Texas am and a little bit of what I studied in. My master's level courses was a little bit of horticulture a little bit animal. Science little bit of into kind of a broad spectrum. This broad spectrum. Degree on the master's level side because I was working for Texas A and M at the time. I was working for the college agriculture life sciences and their communications department. Excuse me, Kada cough. All of a sudden this morning. I don't know how to shake not by way last Sunday. I knew I was getting a cold. But I doubled up on a product that I'll tell you about someday soon once I realized we can market it correctly. Doubled up on this product. And I woke up Monday morning. Feeling. Absolutely just perfect and my age, I don't shake colds, very often anymore. So that said I'm going to get off the phone number one more time, let me take a sip of this coffee. Seven one three two.
"ashford" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast
"So they think there is a certain amount of pragmatism that I hear from these voters that they just want somebody who's going to win. And it just depends on, you know, obviously depend. On what who they think is actually going to work in a district. And I think that that's why we see some variation in the kinds of Democrats. It's not all these, like sort of moderate Democrats were coming through, but it may help explain why we saw. Someone like Tim wall succeed in in Minnesota's because they're making the calculation of what's going to work in a midwestern state. Like there's Scott. You used a word in the question for Elena in some of these bigger democratic primaries, and I think that's the perfect word because some of these democratic primaries have been supersized when you look at the number of voters who are coming to take part in in the process who are casting the number of ballots cast in some of these races that we saw on Tuesday, turn out was way up from what we've seen in recent democratic primaries in when you're bringing in people who aren't used to voting in primaries, but who are who are midterm voters. Maybe you're bringing them into the process. I think that dilutes may be the the, the, the influence that the activists wing of the party has when you're broadening the electric. That's a really good point. I hadn't. I hadn't thought about it that way, but and you know, when you zoom down into some of these, these house races like this is where we have seen a little bit more occasionally of those progressive upsets maybe over someone a candidate who's at least touted himself. Has more electable. Right. I'm thinking the exact Ascot too. Yeah, exactly. Over former congressman Brad Ashford. Let's spin things forward. Now we're, we're almost done with the primaries this year. We've got ten, God really big ones coming up in a couple of weeks, and then we've got a few more spinning into a September, but the the really big ones coming up are Arizona and Florida on the twenty eighth. And I wanna talk about what we're watching is we try and figure out how things are shaping up there in the fall. Let's start with the the Arizona Senate primaries, the Republican race to replace Jeff flake who announced last year. He was spinning up his reelection run. He was also feuding with President Donald Trump, which tanked his approval numbers. And so he decided not to run for reelection and there's, there's been a pretty interesting Republican primary to replace him there. But one of the most interesting things is that it's still going on right? Steve, despite the fact that congresswoman Martha mcsally has. As the support of Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, and all his his outside groups, and a big reason for that is Trump himself. Yeah. No, you've seen this is a race where Donald Trump has weighed in on all three candidates. He has spoken very favorably of congresswoman Martha mcsally, including earlier this week at an event for she's she's a military veteran. He's also though had very nice things to say in the past about former state Senator Kelli ward. You may remember Kelli ward from her unsuccessful primary challenge against John McCain in two thousand sixteen John McCain, and his campaign was very effectively able to paint her as way out of the mainstream, a little into conspiracy theories, but she's still got more than forty percent of the vote. So there is a base of support for her the the, the good thing for MC Sally here, and the problem for ward is there's a third candidate, and this is a direct result of Donald of President. Trump's actions, Joe are pile of the former. Maricopa County sheriff who was convicted of obstructing Justice pardoned by President Trump last year. He wouldn't be eligible to run for Senate if it wasn't for that. Pardon and Trump is obviously had some nice things to say about him despite some of the allegations of the way he's in his conviction for breaking the law and the treatment of prisoners under his his watch. So you have a situation which all three candidates can and are claiming some measure of support from the president, even though he hasn't endorsed..
"ashford" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Named don bacon and the way bacon one is it was a really bad blue dog democrat named brad ashford so so so ashford was in the state legislature as a republican he's which parties and you know claim you as a democrat but he then he got into congress and was never a democrat he was voting with the republicans very consistently and then in two thousand sixteen the democrats in the district said well why vote for him and they didn't so he lost to see to dawn baking the democrats didn't vote for gone baking they just didn't vote for for brad ashford so a really interesting young woman i think she's forty five named cara eastman decided she was gonna run and then it didn't look like ashford was gonna run you at a new job with with the city of omaha like not an elected job but in the point two job but then they so he wasn't going to run but then they fired him he lost his job had nothing better to do in the dietrich we'll see recruited him to run and you know they liked the blue dogs and he decided to run as well so they helped him raise a lot of money and and he certainly raised a lot more money than cara and he spent a lot more money than care on this primary but he was obviously a very bad candidate he did so badly in one of the debates that he decided he wasn't doing any more debates so he didn't and but but she had a very very good grass roots campaign he was spending money primarily on tv and radio ads and mailers and she did some of that but she had a lot of volunteers and they were very driven to see her win and she had a great field campaign and she beat them so here's a guy with lots of money he was he was endorsed by the blue dogs and lost by the new dem's dust by the d triple seat and whoever they can round up to to endorse him you know bunch of unions and do it.
"ashford" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"All right we're trying to take a sample the global share consciousness what people are thinking and talking about right now and we wanted to open up with little primary watch remarry watch yeah primaries some primaries happened last night yeah yeah yeah yeah and looks like man pennsylvania is turning a different shade of red of because i'm pretty sure four women were backed by the democratic socialists of america one their state legislature primaries in pennsylvania somewhere on contested and some against traditional kind of centrist dem's but sarah marado in summer lead they brought the progressive ideals fucking hard some released by she was campaigning on things like ending cash bail fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage creating a millionaires tax more tory mom prison building one hundred percent renewable energy universal three prekindergarten childcare abortion rights of free college i mean yes this this woman one on this platform and not to mention if lee wins in the general election she could be the first black woman elected to the state legislature from south western pa so yeah women and progressives had a lot of wins not to mention in nebraska carrot eastman who think was a former or local nonprofit president xi beat a former us congressman brad ashford and eastman campaign on the same sort of not total socialist kind of agenda but she was campaigning on medicare for all you know decriminalizing marijuana ending citizens united and she narrowly beat brad ashford who was like you know an establishment guy you know like a obama like he's you know he's chilling with obama in the past he's kind of the safe choice so again it looks like there's a lot of energy for going left of center so take note d triple c because that's where the energy is ray and yeah in pennsylvania a couple of things too is that the democratic turnout was pretty big cast a hundred thousand more votes than republicans did and i know last week we were talking.
Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Idaho, Oregon hold primary elections
"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst north korea says it's suspending high level talks with south korea this week to protest joint military exercises between the us and south korea npr's michelle kellerman reports the state department says the us is forging ahead with those exercises and plans for a us north korea summit north korea central news agency seems to be casting doubt about plans for kim jong un to meet president trump it describes the military exercises as a provocation that runs counter to the positive developments on the korean peninsula state department spokesperson heather nauert says that's not what the north koreans have been telling the us kim jong un had said previously that he understands the need and utility of the united states and the republic of korea continuing in its joint exercises and she says the us will continue those exercises with south korea and continue to plan for president trump's meeting with kim jong next month michelle kellerman npr news the state department today could be a crucial primary day for democrats as they try to win back the house of representatives and furious jessica taylor reports voters in pennsylvania nebraska idaho and oregon will cast their ballots democrat trying as many as five possible pickups in pennsylvania thanks to court ordered redistricting but i the outcomes will determine whether or not they can get electable candidates through to the general election there are several house contests that feature the warring wings of the party from centrist to establishment favorites to progressive upstarts same ideological fight is also playing out in nebraska with national democrats hoping the more moderate former representatives brad ashford wins his race to take on republican congressman don bacon and other top targeted race in an idaho it open gop gubernatorial primary has become a contest to see which if three candidates can burnish their conservative outsider credentials the most jessica taylor npr news washington as the opioid a crisis in the us continues to.
"ashford" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT
"And value each and every time so invest heavily enough people in how we recruit them how we compensate them how we train them and how we motivate them some of the motivation for example is my mother is quite legendary in three okay can we stop one second i want to introduce you to our listeners and that is exactly who i wanna talk about because we felt her per influence as you know we are actually took the show we were at ashford castle of april when we do the introduce you in case anyone's just tuning in robert and i are speaking with the ceo of the travel corporation brett toleman in our latest chief travel leader segment so it so we're going to talk about your mother and really from this standpoint many people in our audience you'll the heroes talk about hotels and resorts their associated with mary outer hilton her hide or some others whatever out there but red carnation hotels you know you feature some top properties in the world in excellent locations like london or geneva or the channel islands or south africa even palm beach here in the states and as i said we were we were at the red carnation property ashford castle back in april and that's not only at this the nation but it's an experienced every travelers should go enjoy so you know mary was we've we've been talking about that the mayor of your mother was at the property even though she wasn't bear when we were there because your staff talked about your mom all the time at it it was recipes and there has to be important part of the way you stand out from the crowd we've only got about two minutes left but i'd love to know how you help red carnations stand out from the crowd flynn drive is quite remarkable seven days a week cheese talking to everyone one of general managers were lucky we have a small group of hotels and seventeen but she looks at every guest comment each and every day addressing anything that might come up while they still there rather than looking at days weeks months off two with cheese very engaged with tossedoff say knows how much he cares about them every year she will personally picket gift for every member of soft red carnation.
"ashford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Point education for allegedly engaging in illegal business practices daniel carson reports the lawsuit claims the school made false promises to wouldbe students to convince them to enroll the lawsuit accuses ashford of lying about tuition costs than bearing students in loans and slapping illegal collection fees on their debt a bachelor's degree it ashford could set back a student's sixty thousand dollars the lawsuit is asking a judge to impose a permanent injunction tobar ashford from using similar practices in the future the school intends to challenge the lawsuit special counsel robert muller's team has interviewed jared kushner president trump's soninlaw and adviser as part of its investigation into russian interference in the presidential election kushner's lawyer says he has voluntarily cooperated and will continue to do so i'm nor rahm npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york former today's show hosts matt lowers being accused of sexual misconduct by various women the new york times reports at least three women have now come forward publicly accusing lower of sexual misconduct in a statement nbc news president andrew lack said the initial complain was the first reported and lowers over twenty years with nbc but the network has reason to believe this is not an isolated incident new york times media columnist jim root and berg says the network is being proactive about responding to the allegations to sort of very swift firing you know we've had several vive incident now with several and it usually takes the story coming out first and then action embassies trying to get ahead here nbc fire lower yesterday morning on new york lawmakers facing sanctions after asking a female staffer four nude photos at leaking her name when she filed a harassment complaint karen dewitt reports from albany steve mclaughlin a republican assembly man elected to rent slur county executive in november denies that he sexually harassed anyone or leak the accusers name he counters that it was the ethics committee itself that spread the complainants name around the assemblyman claims he's being punished for his outspoken criticism of both democrats and republicans in albany including governor cuomo i hit back today as i needed to because i'm not taken the garbage lyon down assembly ethics committee chair arabella velez simitis issued a statement saying the assembly has zero tolerance for sexual harassment and that the documents speak for themselves yes thousands jammed into midtown manhattan to watch the annual lighting of the christmas tree in rockefeller center mayor bill de blasio flipped the switch lamenting the.
"ashford" Discussed on KTRH
"The harris county floodcontrol jeff lindor currently speaking on reservoirs and fleming here in harris county an additional twelve gauges across the county that navy providing incorrect information we feel that the water level devices that measures these locations have probably been damaged during the flow is how they may not be providing accurate information and i know a lot of people look at the site that's why i wanted to get it out there the some of the sites are going to be spring creek at hager road cyprus creek as cyprus would and this has the ciphers what crossing near bush intercontinental airport greens by us lay road south meaty creek at greenhouse and bare creek got clay and with that i'll take any additional questions on the situation across the county buffalo value or any other of the things with disgust so the question was the greatest the increase flows from addison barker damn have resulted in an increase of foot a half a foot to afoot today at jerry ashford and will there be an additional foot tonight in that region uh the answer is no we have and looking very closely at the areas for gauge this afternoon it did have a onefoot rise but it has stopped rising so we feel comfortable that that portion of the value of buffalo volume between the dams and dairy ask for it is likely at crest now is not going to fall is going to hold steady hey section that we are concerned about potential rise tonight is from dairy ashford pining point yes that is the that upstream uh onefoot rise moving downstream from dairy ashford to vining point and that includes areas like the west belt well crest and others in that section resig and that section of the value need to be prepared for rising water additional structure flooding uh there's i do not know of a levy there there might be some type of local floodwall there but uh anything that happened at the omni hotel would have already happened on sunday that the value at that location has down significantly from a record level so anything that happened there happened already earlier in the weekend or later in the weekend.
"ashford" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Delays starting around ashford dunwoody guy budget out fifty minutes of narrative the heavy traffic holier on i 20 on the west side 285 northbound dekalb county slow 675 a pass at slow i 20 rydell checked derided the northern suburbs next on wsb the russia's story has followed president trump japan peres at a news conference with the french president's who that my son is a wonderful young man he took a meeting with a russian lawyer not a government lawyer but a russian more and anyway nothing came of it as the president politics is not the nicest business mr trump says but this kind of thing is pretty standard in politics the senate judiciary committee's is asking trump junior to testify maybe as early as next week and would not necessarily be public testimony trump jr has that he he is willing to testify second verse not entirely the same as the first senate majority leader mcconnell zone build a new and he hopes improved obamacare overhauled built today among other things it would lead insurers offer low cost minimal coverage and they would give money to states to offset some consumer caused jimmy to pretrial down georgia's johnny isakson of the capital some of the things that i worked on the word dressed and it appeared to me from the explanations were being given the input was registered by a lot of people and he likes what he seen he says at least at the first glance could be a senate vote next week past breaking news first first this is wsb 24hour continuing news former president jimmy carter collapse at a habitat for humanity event vented winnipeg today probably dehydrated he's in the hospital with rosalynn by his side he was protesting the was fine but there is no official statement on his condition judge grants bonthe woman accused of shooting a man in the parking lot rage incident available this road target this week tara moody told the judge is a good wife with the steadied job is no threat to the public the judge agreed and granted fifty thousand dollars bond well the team says it's had balance and thousands of inch reason it's come down to.