21 Burst results for "Board Of Election"

"board election" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"board election" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Change from every citizen, too. Only a citizen. Who has achieved the age of 18 ties the hands of the legislature to keep them, for instance, from allowing 16 Year olds to vote in state but not federal election. So so, federal law says, you have to be 18 years old and resident all this stuff to vote for Congress for US senator for president. But state the state has control over who votes, for instance, on ballot missions like this sure, or on school board elections, state Legislature elections things like that. And then they also did one other thing. So, like my youngest is turned 18 in April, but because he was going to be 18 by the time the general election rolls around, he was actually eligible at the age of 17 to vote in the presidential primary back in March. And this would disallow that too. I don't have a problem with that. I had to wait till I was 18 devote my first election. I don't think that's a big deal. For this. I mean, it would be. I mean, imagine that they have good equipment is okay. So the year you turn 21, even if you turn 21 on December 30th you get to start drinking on January 1st because you're going to turn 21 this year. Do that with the No. Yeah, it doesn't work like that. I mean, that's a great example. A great analogy. Okay, So yes. On Amendment 76 on that one. I'm against Children Voting in elections. Not that your son is a child at 17.5. But the thought that anybody would ever make a move to lower the voting age for school board members as they have in other communities in the country. San Francisco's already done it. And they allow non citizens to vote. I'm not happy about that. Okay, so amendment 77. I am 100% in favor of amendment 77. It would simply allow the local Communities that already have casino gaming Blackhawks, Central City and Cripple Creek to make their own choices about what table games they offer the limits. They offered the tables. I don't care. I have no issue in this. I'm not a gambler. I don't care. You know, I really don't care what irritates me. Greg is that there is already in the Constitution. A carve out for these three towns for this particular business that that irritates the crap out of me. I can't go back and tell that that was that was that in the eighties? Um I think I was old enough. I think I was old enough to vote for and I think I voted for it. It was one of those silly ideas that tries to Localized where gambling had happened. But once you have done that You know, you allow Private entities to build $1 billion properties in remote places that would become worthless stranded asset if you if you change the laws and handling happening, you're so un 4 77. Also, I can't see a problem with it. And, you know, let me speak to the no to the conservatives in the audience who are adamantly opposed to gambling in the first place. I mean, just don't like any kind of gambling. I don't see that This makes anything worse. To the extent that there are problems associated with and bleeding, right, almost all the comfortable slot machines and they're already there. They're not going away. So what this does is it allows the local guys. They're terrible. I'll compete. More head to head with Vegas on other games of chance and higher stakes poker, for instance, But it's a small part of their business. If you're going to have gambling have gambling. Yeah, I mean, if you're going to do it, just do it. We're already way have a state run lottery. So don't tell me the gambling is that the state's raking in their money from it, so I I'm firmly and yes, I mean, it's a local control issue as a non gambler and really care, anyway. I'm all about made him doesn't give me more freedom or less freedom. Okay? More freedom. Let's go. Eso? Yes, on 77. Let's do this. Well, here we go. Meet you See if we can get this in here. I think this might be a bigger conversation. Proper E is taxes on nicotine products. And this is the Legislature going after Vaping? Ah, the way that they have gone after cigarettes for a very long time. I have Ah, mixed feelings about this because here's what annoys me. Oh, by the way, Greg, did you notice We'll get into this after the break him up against the clock here. Did you notice that If all of these initiatives pass, we're going to have billions and billions and billions of dollars for education. Because they're all to shore up education 00 You want to expand casino gaming? Let's help community colleges. That's crap. I mean, it's a good, absolute crap. It's all about. We're going to help the Children. We're going to talk about smoking for the Children. Exactly. We're going to talk about this and the rest of the initiatives when we get back, But I got to throw it over to Susan Witkin. Who, by the way, it was mad that you weren't in the studio with us, Greg because She couldn't say hi on the commercial break. Hi, Susan. Hey, Greg. Nice to see you virtually go. So glad to have you all part of the show. I miss all the people here. Although it is kind of nice and quiet. I got to tell you There is growing optimism among Colorado business is about our economic recovery, but not quite right away. We're going to get into that Washington monument reopening today. Finally, after six months of being shut down because of pandemic, few more stories coming your way Right here on K O a news radio A 50 am in 90 for one of them big money with the progressive Home and auto.

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"board election" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | Last month

"board election" Discussed on WTVN

"Greed is good, innit? Slaver Day Westside. Jeff 6 10 W tvn. Every election Every time there was an electro politicians say, Every time candidates cry wolf, this is the most is the most important election board election. Most important election in our lifetimes in 20 to 2020, the most important ones really, that important we really mean it. This is a big one. This is the most important e like the most important to be informed. Formacion check in 345 times today. This is it the radio 6 10 W TV end When it's time to upgrade the house, it's time to talk. Tell a windows You know most companies have one window to choose from. Paella has so many choices that fit your lifestyle from color. Whether it's white, black or hand matched to your style to material would vinyl fiberglass double hung casement bay or even special sizes? And right now they're offer is incredible. 48 months, no interest or 50 per se. Turn off installation. It's time to call power. 877 98 paella or visit paella. Columbus Dotcom. Do you know what upsets people? The most who work in the vehicle repair business? Constant pay plan changes work hours, constantly changing, being forced to sell unnecessary work taking order from people who know less than you. D'oh favoritism, price gouging. That last one really gets me price gouging. If you've been asked to work under those conditions and one out, call me I'm Eric Raver, owner of E R out of here with the recent number of new customers who have joined our auto care..

"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

04:57 min | 3 months ago

"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"And so in closing, Mrs Pettibone members of the parent. Teachers Association I WANNA. Say to you that being Cameron of a school board is a real responsibility it's. A position of trust. No one should ever think of it in terms of politics I thank you. Thank you. Thank you together me. We're all grateful to your point. Now next meeting would be two weeks from today. We. Together. In my opinion showed a fine understanding, our school problems, and what's more important? You displayed a great deal of dignity That's what I admire this together slave. Nice of you to say I think you would make a windy success at the doctor Needham and I shall simply suggest to my husband. He worked for you well. I wouldn't want you to do that. Now. There's no use trying to talk me out of. You insist thank you very much. We spend on. That'll be going by. SNOWING AGAIN! Looks like I'm going to be the new chairman all right? That Mrs Pettibone bad after all he's got. A, look at that little kid playing in the snow. It. Takes me back to my own. Yeah, what's he doing around the back of that car? Buying, this led to the bumper. That's dangerous. Little boy, little boy! Young Man. You can just Untied Ashley and Right Now You heard me Leroy. Don't you know that's dangerous? Risking life and limb that way? Every. Oh my goodness! You're not going to do it anymore. Write your uncle practically chairman of the school board that means our whole family s to live up to be dignified gig notified. Certainly what the people say. They saw my nephew, who stealing a ride like some little vagabond gone on tie that slant pretty high. On. The alibis. We Roy my fingers colder island. there. Lookout Leroy. I'll have to get down the slant. What kind of a not is this? Okay! He let me..

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"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"UNDERGRAD ROOM PDA's. Auditory, I guess. That? Must be recess. And kind of. Grafton see pretty principle for moment. When does she's in era? Hello busy well I. Have the papers correct all right? Sit Down, thank you. Can only stay minute. Meetings. PTA Needy. Nine ever saw you at one of those before. No reason why I shouldn't go. A member. It's my duty as a citizen. If. More parents came to these meetings. Big meetings. What are you up to who? You're sudden. Interest in the PTA wouldn't have anything to do with the school board election tonight. What election now? Allies did think might just talked to Mrs Pettibone Mill. Harmon that I see. I figured with your vote Dr Pettibone. I didn't say I was going to vote for you. Or your pity. No, I'm not I couldn't vote for a man who thinks a job like this in terms of politics. Being Chairman of the school board is a real responsibility. Position of trust the welfare of all our school children depend upon his judgment and understanding. I don't think that's the thing to be taken lightly course not I i. just want to know how I feel about the South Morton. You're writing. I want you to know that if I'm lucky enough to be elected, I'll try to be all the things you want me to be. You mean. Well I think you can count on my vote I can. Thank you. And I promise not to send the kids down at floyds for the haircuts. What? Nothing. Nice think the meeting will be starting. We'd better. Yes now that you promised me. About sealing the bargain with the kiss now throckmorton. Not being silly, we have to go to that meeting time one little kiss. Now Lack Morton. How would that look for a principal of a school? You can take your glasses off. No now. Now you stay over there for me I have to do is lean across the desk this. Oh. Hello Mrs Pettibone. Even Well. I was looking inkwell. See if there was an economic. I. Yeah! Yes, I can fill my pen some other. Good man, it's time for the Nikkei Mrs Pettibone Mr Gildersleeve would like to attend the meeting to Oh heath a running for chairman of the board. You know. Yes, I know. John, hookers writing also I believe is. Yes yes. Mr Gildersleeve very interested in our parent teacher problems. I'm sure we'd be glad to hear his ideas on the subject so i. do our program for speech together this. A. Take No. And another thing missing here this leave. I! Don't like the way you wear your sideburns then much to love..

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"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

03:44 min | 3 months ago

"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

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"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"More coughing. No thank you. Better get on the dishes. just a moment. I have a little announcement to make Leroy in my degree I'd like you to hear it. Well. It didn't so much it. Last night at the school board meeting. Your old uncle was nominated for chairman. That's. Oh. That's nice. That's good. Aren't you surprised how sure you may not realize it? Being Chairman of the school board is very important because this. was running against you nobody much just judge hooker that to be good. I'll have got much chances. He has elections tomorrow night. Here's the political picture. Here's the way I've analyzed the situation. Tonight. I was saying. If I've members on the school board. The judges sure of two votes and I'm sure two votes. votes. There's Eve Goodwin's and mine. Certainly the judge will vote for himself. That's just the kind of a double cross he is. About you well, that's. The judge will get Reverend Needham's vote to their old friends that means Daca. pettibone voted decide who's elected as pettibone goes, so goes the school board well. Why don't you just ask him to vote for? Politics on run that way. You have to work arrangement. That's beneficial to both parties. Luckily, I'll explain it. You scratch my back, I scratch yours spach back big Europe speech Leroy. If I. Ask Dr Pettibone Vote For me. I have to throw something his way. To take out my appendix or something. You've already had your appendix taken out Yes. Yes, you don't have to. Which I had some reason to go to the doctor. You feel. I feel fine. No aches pains now. have an idea. I paint on my face with iodine like I got the measles oh. For Heaven's sake. Stay out, cool. Wow. No trick like that wouldn't be honest. My boy besides Dr Pettibone with North was iodine. Must be some way. Don't look at me I never felt better in my life. Okay. How do you feel very? Just asking after you health ready. Oh that's very nice of you I feel. Guilty. Oh yes when I got up his NFL so good. Birdie. One be you got your? Nice. You don't have to wear as long as you've got your health. That's what I got him. Guilty you don't have to worry about Birdie. If everybody was like me, got to stop them. Well I may not get elected, but what? The heck is long as we're all healthy it..

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"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

03:37 min | 3 months ago

"board election" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Washington D.C. - Maryland lieutenant gov. calls on state board elections director to resign following mail-in primary issues

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Washington D.C. - Maryland lieutenant gov. calls on state board elections director to resign following mail-in primary issues

"Maryland second in command calling on the state election director to resign after ongoing ballot issues following yesterday's primary Maryland lieutenant governor Boyd Rutherford says it's time for new leadership after ongoing problems with ballots first acquiring then delivering it now counting some ballots over Baltimore it's just another example of the challenges that have been occurring with the state board of elections Rutherford is calling on the head of the Maryland state election board legal mon to resign and soon I think it's time for new leadership there and to be done early with another time to correct all of these issues before we get to November's general arts

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"board election" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"board election" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

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"board election" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"board election" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Been able to just hold onto that coalition without having to kind of compete a lot so in a in a place where you're you're your money is the main money 'em that that can sustain itself and focus on los angeles which is just i think a lot murkier when you look at the long term story there so what's going on in las angeles angeles if you go back to say two thousand nine with a situation where the the school board was seen as not entirely sort of pro charter perform and there were a series of a a candidate to raise money especially to run against see steve's demere 'em who is a member of the school board who is not seen as being as pro charter 'em in so they had people who were considered pro charter who were supposed to try to defeat him but lost an but during that time period the los angeles school board was continuously authorizing charter schools and if you look year after year after year the number of charter schools in l a unified is growing right even in the context of a school board that maybe you live road would not have considered one of the billionaires when the people who who's giving a lot of funny 'em would have not considered it to be a pro reformed board but they're authorizing charter schools right this this agenda is moving along so then what happens is in twenty seventeen you have the most expensive school board election ever in las angeles an aborted elected that is viewed to be okay now we have a pro reform majority on the sport here we go elected steve zimmer loses here we are well then what happens this you know just a few months ago loss angeles teachers went on strike end shortly after the strike partly as a condition in resolving the straight the school board actually it was a symbolic vote but votes on h charter school moratorium end this theoretically pros charter reform board past best this symbolic charter school moratorium so in that regard it's not clear to me that saying aboard is or isn't pro you know a majority reform.

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Trump cancels Putin meeting over Russian aggression against Ukraine

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Trump cancels Putin meeting over Russian aggression against Ukraine

"A judges says he showed no remorse for his actions. When he struck and killed Linda Evans, as she was jogging on park meadow road last July thirty one year old at Jonathan Kaufman will serve the next eight years in prison for killing the sixty eight year old Evans while he was driving impaired after taking several drugs. Franklin county. Prosecutor Ron O'Brien says Kaufman stop to observe the damage to his vehicle after he struck her and then fled the scene leaving Evans's body on the side of the road where she was found hours later by passers by her two sons in court this week now, it is forty eight year old Angelo Wagner. She's facing aggravated murder charges today, the same charges her adult sons pled not guilty to on Tuesday and Wednesday twenty six year old Edward Jake, Wagner and Twenty-seven-year-old at George Wagner, the fourth or all being held without. Bond. Ohio's secretary of State, John. Huston says one hundred and four million dollars is being made available to all of Ohio's eighty eight counties boards elections to begin the process of acquiring new voting equipment. He used to face as today that some voters are still casting their ballots on voting that predates the first generation iphone. He says taking action now allows voting machines to be put in place for next year. So poll workers can be trained and equipment can be tested. Well, ahead of the twenty twenty presidential election for your ABC six first warning weather,

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Red Sox, Los Angeles And Clayton Kershaw discussed on Joe Pags

Joe Pags

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Red Sox, Los Angeles And Clayton Kershaw discussed on Joe Pags

"Back on October ninth and has been working with the CDC to figure out how to stop it. The Boston Red Sox World Series champions after a five one win over the dodgers game five in Los Angeles. De mutual has more. Steve peers homered twice and Mukhi beds and JD Martinez. Also went deep is Boston won the best of seven matchup four games to one David price. Allowing just three hits and one run in seven plus innings for the win. Clayton Kershaw gave up four runs in seven frames including three homers to take the loss. David freeze led off the first with a home run for LA. It's the fourth championship since two thousand four for the Red Sox and their ninth. Overall team you GO NBC News Radio. San Francisco is letting non-citizens vote next month and a local school board election. It includes non-citizens here legally and illegally route forty f- registered for the vote. So far, the decision is expected to become a flash point for conservatives and the right who already paint, California as an example of liberal politics gone too, far supporters say it's mainly about giving

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"board election" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"board election" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Board election but this one has special resonance this past Tuesday Laurie Al Hadith. Of parkland Florida was elected to the, Broward County school board her fourteen year old daughter Eliza, was, one of, the students shot and killed at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school earlier, this, year and that is what motivated Lori Al Hadith to run she told me about one, of her last memories of her daughter from the day before. The February fourteenth massacre she played her last soccer game actually. On February thirteenth that night and when she got into the car I told the less I turned her and I, said listen you know you played the best. Game. Of your life and she. Was like yeah. I. Know mom Says she she she could tell that that that was a, high, point for her Well you know and reflecting back on it it was he actually really did play the. Game of her life and being her last soccer game off her life was incredible it wasn't long. After Lori l. had f buried her daughter that she decided to run for office they came very clear to me that I needed to, have the table to have a voice that have a vote to make. Change happen and, they sorta nominated me on social media, to run for school board that was like you know what I can do this and, I. Used to, be a health and physical education teacher before as stay at home mom so I. I knew that I could be an advocate for change and advocate for school safety what are some of those those points of school? Safety. That you would, want to change that you will, advocate for on the board sure. So I I when I talk about school. Safety it's layers and layers of protection so, the, first layer of protection is school safety starts at home and commuting McCain's have parents how they need to be alert to their children what's going on? Their. Social media looking, at their phones knowing their passwords, and checking their bags and then. We need school hardening so every school needs. To have a single point entry And, we need to have an armed law enforcement or a guardian at. Each school we could have a metal detector there and if we're not, gonna do malefactors we can have? Metal detector wan's checking kids bags we've had you know so many, school shootings and we need to, start regulating and making, standard school safety guidelines there's been a. Lot of talk about arming teachers. Not just security guards how do you feel about that I don't? Think that we should arm our teachers our teachers are qualified to teach our students? We need to give them more paper pans resources for their classrooms but absolutely should? Not be giving them a gun I, think a lot of people may remember, really powerful footage of you very soon, after the. Shooting in, February in, which you directly address President Trump with a very urgent plea do you feel like that. Was was listened to do you feel like that that has given you, any response that you're satisfied with Well I think that the. People in the public listen to me and they? Agreed with me and felt my pain and agree that there needs to be change However President Trump I I don't think he listened to me and I would be happy to sit down and talk to him about it I, gather that that you? Used. To be a Republican am I right about that correct and that you you switched and ran as a democrat why. Did you switch sure I switched to become a? Democrat? Because I feel that the Democratic Party better aligns with banning? The, assault weapon. Rifle was it an easy decision for you. To make what what, was going through your mind when you made that switch no is definitely. It was, easy decision for me to make you know before this I wasn't really a very. Political person, as far, as the guns go you know I don't try to talk too much about because they know it. Becomes, too polarizing we have you know people that go to the right and people go, to laugh than they forget about making schools safe listen I believe in the secondment I believe in the right for people to bear arms but, I think that we can come to common ground to to make responsible laws and decisions and and how we can Make our society safer You have two sons who are also in the. Broward County school system what have you talked about with them as they've headed back? To. School this year sure so I've had some. Tough conversations with them I bought them ballistic resistant backpack really taught them how to use that bag to protect their face in their vital organs in. Front of their body I have also gone through code, ride drills with them explain them to know where to go in the classroom and that if a threat comes to them that they have to. Fight for their life how old are your boys Thirteen and eleven I wonder if there's part of you that just wants to give. Yourself a, break I mean obviously on, the school. Board you can you can be an advocate and you can take all. These issues on I just wonder whether there's part of you that just wants to to not have to do that to not be. In. That position now I don't feel that. Way at all I want to be a, voice of change and I've been fighting since February fourteenth to, make change happen and. I won't stop that's Lori l.. Hadef her daughter Eliza was one of the seventeen people killed in the parkland school shooting in February. This past week she was elected to. The Broward County school board. Is Al Hadith thanks so much for. Talking with. Us thank you and you're listening to NPR news WNYC supporters include Charles p Rogers bed makers in New York for seven generations now. At east fifty ninth street and west. Seventeenth street featuring their newest. Collection of beds including the estate five. Thousand mattress. Maura Charles p Rogers dot com On this..

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"board election" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"board election" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"This is crazy Mean they wanna make it easier and easier and easier is it's not none of this should be. Surprising to anyone By the. Way the that cinema gal who is running against MC Sally, in Arizona that's a nightmare oh. My gosh total radical, she's trying. To look like. Suzy kind of preppy now though in her glasses and. Wearing her she, and she's like I'm preppy she's not radical I think that's going to be a fundraiser to. Watch let's go to but Luke pay Nevada line to Lupe legals to get full healthcare benefits from cradle to grave if Gavin Newsom Gessen Lupe Hi Laura. Thank you for having me I just wanted. To say I'm extremely frustrated by that I have seen so. Many, times. In the past for legal Get everything from health care to food stamps to whatever And out of work I couldn't get an earful in Len defeated. Ni- because I felt like Waller And I'm. Cuban American family came from Cuba The late fifties and what I'm seeing, happening in this country is Towards social going. Back to what why family fled their country for It's absolutely insane and thank you for that call by the way Lou pay and we need all of those Cuban-Americans and Arizona, and in Florida to turn out to vote in, the midterm election, all of you need to turn out to vote but. We got we got to make sure people make their, voices heard does he? Only way to keep this going By the way remember a story we brought you last month about the illegal immigrants now registering to vote in school board elections in San Francisco so that's, it's always a little baby steps baby baby babies, oh board what's, the problem with that their kids are in the schools. Why shouldn't they vote in school board elections Because you're. Not an American citizen okay? Now it's not a federal federally. Covered but again this is where we are There will be I promise you this if they are able. To. Drive Trump out of office which I. Don't think, they'll be able to do There will be a, massive push it through. Hook it could it could be through some type of, executive action to get closer to that illegals voting You can't do it because you know you've, got the. Constitution or constitutional requirements for, voting on state levels. You can. Have huge influence on the electoral map of a state through state local elections municipal elections And I'm telling. You I think we're gonna see more and more of this they're going to be demands for this and. For people with just green cards so green card holders who are legally present, they can't, vote either But maybe it'll start with, them and then move. On from there eight five five forty Laura we'll take a, break, a lot more to. Get to on. Your healthy radio addiction do you sometimes feel like a stranger your. Own, country, because, American, citizenship. That's the gold standard, and yet there are so many out there who basically. Say no these people deserve it they got here they need to have the. Citizenship are all the benefits of it eight, five five forty Laura.

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U.S. states join lawsuit over online 3-D gun blueprints

Morning Edition

03:22 min | 2 years ago

U.S. states join lawsuit over online 3-D gun blueprints

"Just outside the Harley planting Kansas City there's a. Wide place in the road where plant workers take smoke breaks Dave sitting on the curb wouldn't. Give his last name but he says the shiny new motorcycle parked next to, him reflects a better time wouldn't have bought it if I had known Oh will probably told plant workers not to talk to reporters spitting formerly Mincy they don't. Know what they'll do next Harley sales fell into a skid for years ago and continue to slump the company knows plans to close the Kansas City plant in January US. Steel tariffs and retaliatory tariffs against Harley since sep- the prophet for motorcycle exports so Crawley's revving. Up plants in Asia for NPR news I'm Frank Morris in Kansas City the first week of testimony in the trial of. Paul Manafort wraps up today NPR's Windsor Johnston reports the former Trump campaign chairman is facing. More, than a dozen Bank and tax fraud charges the jury is expected, to hear more testimony today, from one. Of manafort's accountants fill up a lift told yours yesterday that he was. Unaware that metaphor kept offshore Bank accounts he also testified, that the lack of accurate information provided would lead to an incorrect tax return the prosecution has been working. To prove that metaphor Cheated the US. Government out of millions of dollars. In undeclared. Income from his work for pro Russian politicians and Ukraine Manafort has pleaded not guilty to eighteen counts of Bank in tax fraud his trial is, the, first stemming from this special counsel's investigation of Russian interference in the. Two thousand sixteen presidential election Windsor Johnston NPR news on. Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial. Average is up fifty four points the NASDAQ is up. Nearly six points you're listening to NPR news from news I'm Tiffany Cam high California is joining a lawsuit against the Trump administration to. Block the release of three d. printed plastic gun blueprints attorney general heavier Sarah said yesterday that he plans to join other state prosecutors challenging a settlement the administration reached with. A Texas based company to release the plans on the internet the Sarah says allowing the technology. Online is crazy and outrageous a federal judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked the release of the blueprints Trump has said he would look into reversing the decision to release. The plans San Francisco's moved to allow some noncitizens to vote in school. Board elections has created a lot of national buzz but so far only one person has actually gone through the registration, process required, by proposition n the city's. Director of elections John aren't says that's not surprising since. The forms only became available last month. But he says there's another reason why. Would be voters may. Be holding back there is a lot of uncertainty around the potential impact of people's personal information being obtained by the. Federal government, aren't says state election law does permit government agencies to access, the master voter, file which would contain the names and addresses of both citizens and non-citizens only parents. Legal guardians or caregivers of kids under nineteen who live in the city are eligible And in sports the giants, beat the Diamondbacks eight to one they play again in Arizona this evening while the as host the Tigers I'm.

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"board election" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"board election" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"The Ray Appleton program as we talk about the right to vote given to illegal aliens in. San Francisco They got it for November in school board elections Robert go right ahead hi Hello Hello, hey I have a question to actually part why our you going to identify them and Steph rate. Them are they going? For Ballot? Yeah, it's really almost kind of a moot point because anybody can vote they don't have to crack an. Idea anymore do they Yeah they once. They register? Them to vote they are going to be. Able to vote in the general election all the way up to federal office what's then that's a very good question you bring up will it, be a? Separate ballot that separates non-citizens from citizens? And voting will they automatically. Be, not included in the the rest of. The, the the elections how are they going to do that that's that's. A great question Robert here's my follow up. To that That goes right into are they going to require them to show some kind of ID there you go how do you, separate those people from the state and federal elections without properly identifying them after. They, have been registered to vote you can't, do it without a voter ID identification stuff though the left has always screened in a negative way about. Having voter? ID this that they've created now also I. Mean almost insists that we have it doesn't it is this is not? Gonna work to the letter of what they're proposing and then when they, fight that? In a very disingenuous way it will? Show you that they're really. Hoping, what you're proposing will happen instead You're onto Hey conservative voters, rights group very easily. Stuff there Stuff, their argument back in. Their face by saying okay we, agree with you let them vote in local elections but you have to require voter ID or anything beyond that came in and then. Watch where they scream 'cause they can't, do, both I can't argue full size of. That Robert you're right on, target, you brought up a. Good one that I hadn't even, thought of in my anger here thank you respond everybody to what Robert proposes hear what he says how are they going to identify. Themselves and separate themselves from other elections And, how is the left going to embrace that to show. Their sincerity that this is really only about school board and nothing else Hey Mike thanks for calling it's all yours Hey, Ray thanks for. Taking my call This is interesting because Tell me this is The vote The requirement that you be a citizen phone, state constitution Day requirement that jersey citizen Oh yeah Okay Hear me hear making listen to me through. This this is the same as the three. States so if you're going to change the constitution of the, state you can't do that by. Referendum it takes votes on both sides of the. Legislation So as three states there's a, suit filed with the supreme court. And that's why the supreme court is now responding That's all it needs to be done in this, case, if they're trying. To change the constitution this planning and. Conservation league used to, file another suit with the state say wait. A minute you can't change the constitution without legislative I, don't think they. Have any plans to change the constitution Well if they're allowing yawn Chain And that's. Why and that's why the supreme court asked this Tim, Dyer who is aware of the suit to answer some. Questions that's why they went through the ballot thirty days to. Respond they do the same thing to these people that want non-citizens vote It's changing the constitution of the state or the feds That's not you can't vote on. Their by citizens..

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"board election" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"board election" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"What's huge hugely embarrassing here's that San Francisco what's legal aliens to vote in school board elections This has made a lot of, news, all, over the country, a lot of news. All over the country. And all things being incremental in California what's next Here at school. Board then why not council races mayoral races the comment last, night from the sitting democratic politician I forget who it was I'm so sorry congressman. On FOX Who basically, said in a nutshell I, have no problem with somebody who's working in the American system, paying taxes into the American. System having a, a a word Playing in the American, system to help create it to, blah blah blah you know Oh, I'm. Simplifying there And, I thought okay Based, upon that particular logic then, why school board, elections Let noncitizens just vote in every damned election that we have in, the United States of America Local regional statewide federal vote But San Francisco they're so proud has begun because they wanted to, be the first allowing non-citizens including illegal aliens to register. To vote speaking on Monday and this is all. For the upcoming November election they will be able to, vote, for city school board Now this just didn't. Happen out of, the blue the move follows the passage of a two thousand, sixteen ballot measure by, the voters up their opening up school board elections to noncitizens who are over, the age of eighteen their residents and have children under. The age of nineteen so I mean this is. Odd even the fact that they're allowing non-citizens devote but Where have you ever heard or seen in the constitution. Or, Vitor anywhere, that to vote on any particular issue you're going to have, kids And those kids have to be a certain age I mean this is all Gortat up Oral just crazy One of the supervisors at their whose name, is Hillary Said this is no brainer legislation why would we? Not what our parents invested in the education of children We would want, to give immigrants the right. To vote and we are Norman Yee a county supervisor telling the media But good, old harming Dylan You, know or from this program she serves, on the Republican National Committee Told the media that she just is agrees vehemently with those assertions the reason I voted against this is I think the right to vote is, something, that goes, along with citizenship and, should be end quote Harmeet says da So. Here it is San Francisco becomes the first city in California probably in the nation to allow. Noncitizens to vote in local elections following the passage of measure and and standing for nonsense with fifty four percent of the vote after two, previous failed, votes They've been down this road before now there are obviously, concerns that he illegal aliens on the voter registration rolls Could be used to target people enter the, US illegally But that doesn't seem to bother the individuals who put this together One of the supervisors up there said are immigrants Vulnerable. Absolutely but in San Francisco we stand strong together we the world President Trump California leaders have clashed repeatedly, repeatedly since his, election over immigration enforcement sanctuary cities voter fraud allegations and I can just imagine what the. President is saying under his breath about, this move I. Mean. So many of you, have sent on this. Program, the reasons that the Democrats kowtow to illegal aliens is because someday that they will vote well and, I've I've always, denied there and I'll be damned if you weren't right you got me you got me Now I, I said San Francisco becomes the first correct me. If I'm wrong maybe Chicago and I think even Maryland has a couple of cities that allow noncitizens to, vote in school board elections somehow in the back of my. Brain. That's dancing around. A little bit It makes me crazy to even think that this has happened makes me absolutely crazy To think that. This happened what's next What's next we gave. Them driver's licenses and this is next now they're voting. At elections Why do. We have? A constitution the constitution says this can't happen but. We've allowed it to happen Now certainly if there were a check on this. By any federal court this would? Be shot down, so I'm certain, that there's going to be litigation Certain of it and in any city that's doing..

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"board election" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"board election" Discussed on WEEI

"That i'm saying that a middle eastern countries a great democratic system that would that would create a lot of problems though like people who don't believe who don't trust law enforcement or people who threaten deportation i don't think they wanna be because where opposing voter id laws like if you suddenly put a thumbprint to it i think the aclu yes i was just more thinking of a way not to be able to go in and hack in effect elections like away that if you go vote right because if you have a fingerprint my guess is you're not going and cutting off a dead person's right like oh there's dead people voting and people who who have moved away and that that would eliminate that they're not packing it in person they're hacking it by canvassing all of the elect board election people having a having irises and having a tie to your own personal body and having actually be there impersonal but what i'm saying what i'm saying is the hackers don't do it by showing up on election day and messing with the machine they do it externally through email they send an email that has a virus if an election board person installs it then you end up training we're all gonna die that is the bottom line here we are all going to die on that case michelle and i it's time to go get a beer dan rich keefe better to talk about the nba and the celtics and our friend jackie macmullan it's going to be a challenge for them offensively especially when you get into a seven game series in the playoffs when teams really can exploit your weaknesses but i was always looking at next year with boston anyway especially when gordon went down early and you've got these young guys were just growing by leaps and bounds if you take the long view of it you're you're going to say all right well next year looks good weekday afternoons to six on the sports radio network and w e dot com rhino shield is next you're holding up the line ma'am.

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"board election" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"board election" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"You are bordered on answer for we announced it drawer certainly understand let's drinking overboard we've had some resignations are aboard and we're thankful for all these men and women that uh do great things for golf in arkansas but i wanna tell you about the eight new board election appointees are they gonna get elected first so these are uh nominees nominees james barnes little rock stephen cox johnsboro pam evans mall male tom heffer hot springs village the director of golf at house rings builds we've had we've had on the radio carried a roof little rock lewis leave hieber springs former national senior am champion roure neighbors of iraq and julie oxen dan russellville and also kris jenkins we'll be president for about an hour of the meeting in that past is the ceremonial gavel to a another national senior am champion stanley so we're getting new officers new board members are going to be a big exciting sunday and monday over hot springs country club boy you've got a great group covered in in terms of your board members and while you recall the names chills went down last night because i remember a lot of them are in the gulf hall of fame yeah let's see here uh julie oxen die arxan john lewis lutely stand wage family and critics is on shelling you've got some hall of famers coming in there now yeah i also want to say uh you know congratulations and thanks to the pga chapter of course we work hard with the chapter there have their meeting on monday as well and hodge frank served body be be out who's who gathering at president say in hot springs on monday and what you get a chance to go over to the track while we're on i would like to will just see how it goes by very good thank you very much for.

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"board election" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"board election" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"They can pair the concept of a credit union as a financial cooperative i think is not really is a story that's wall told by a lot of credit unions as a financial cooperative you know it's one one vote when you're a member of a credit union europe apart owner of that institution and if you don't like the way that they are operating you have a voice in the board elections you have a voice and being able to change how the credit union operates in serves the community and has opposed to sharing years last week there there was a hearing at the capitol about changes to the law governing wisconsin cooperatives is that something that found lien has done any any research on that particular top beck or is that a topic that you're um you're you're advising credit unions about yeah that's a great question so unfortunately we haven't to my knowledge any specific research on that topic but it certainly some that's very relevant phnom and gets to some of the you know the challenges the fight lean of serving not only a national base but some local conversations but definitely something for us to look into non i absolutely at the heart of it the core of what makes credit unions differences that they are financial cooperatives so any change in law that may change that could have a profound impact on consumers and k if you're just joining us you're listening to the monday october second 2017 fall pledge drive addition of a public affair my name is patty peltier coast and i'm your host for this sour wor chief volunteer kathleen hoaglund who is also now on the w or tea board of directors is here in the studio helping me today along with our guest adam lee incubator director of the fa lean research organisation a nonprofit that provides research to the nation's credit unions and joining us by phone for the first part of the show is peggy all of senior financial capability specialist with uw extension and the uw center for financial security the theme.

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