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Democrat Cal Cunningham concedes North Carolina Senate race
"North Carolina is one of those swing states that still considered too close to call in the presidential race by the AP and the network, But it's competitive US Senate race finally did get called yesterday for the Republican incumbent, Thom Tillis. And the Democratic challenger, Cal Cunningham did something that a normal times wouldn't be newsworthy at all. When the race was called, he conceded, Cunningham said, the voters have spoken and I respect their decision. Well, The results of this election suggests there remained deep political divisions in our state and nation. The more complete story of our country lies in what
"cal cunningham" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The balance of power is going to look like, you know, in the Senate, we've got a big race that was just resolved yesterday. In the sense that Democrats challenger Cal Cunningham conceded that grotesquely expensive United States Senate race. Two incumbent Republican Senator Tom Tell us that's a gigantic deal. That's one of the four that were remaining. We now await the results in Alaska, and of course, the Georgia run off and we'll talk more about that coming up. But Cal Cunningham conceded yesterday after media outlets began projecting that the North Carolina race was over. And that come tell us had one tell us released a statement yesterday, saying quote earlier this afternoon, Cal Cunningham called me to offer his concession. This was a hard fought campaign, and I wish nothing but the best to Kao and his team and his family. Going forward is a little different than what we heard from Madison Cawthorne wherever the client the statement from Madison Cawthorne in North Carolina, where he came out, he wrote Crime or Lib when he won Yeah, I think that's a generational thing. I really dio because because that's the regeneration where everything is in your face. Everything is at 11. There is no sense of graciousness or or any decorum or anything like that. Everything is in your face and boom. And it's interesting. I thought that Thom Tillis said. I wish the best for him and his family because he his family got a lot to talk about him. So yeah, well, Cunningham during the campaign when Mary's talking about here is, he admitted To an affair during the campaign. It first started off with this claim that he was sending romantic text messages to a California publicist. And then it turns out well, no, actually, it went a little further than that. They had a physical affair. And so so that was staggering for Cal Cunningham and that came very late in the race. That revelation. And then this race, Mary was absurdly expensive. Just one Senate race in one state. The numbers are insane. $280 million spent on this race in North Carolina. Just a couple of years ago, remember when Obama finally became the first presidential candidate to breach the $1 billion presidential candidacy? One billion that's for a presidential candidacy that's nation wide. You've got a North Carolina race. That's one quarter of that. Right now. A quarter of a billion dollars spent on a single senator, You know, it's weird. There was 280. There was $200 million spent. To win a job that pays $174,000 a year. Son doesn't head up there. Why would you spend $280 million to get a gig? We have to work. 174,000 year figure. I think you're underestimating what the point of the job is not to get 100 salary. Oh, it's not what it is about serving the people, right? That's what it is. I want to be a public survey. You know the benefits. That's what they're going for The gun for the benefits back is, uh Could it be about power and lobbyists and lining your pockets and how everyone goes into Senate as as a humble servant and comes out the other end worth millions of dollars? Could that possibly be?.
"cal cunningham" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Cal Cunningham has conceded defeat to incumbent Republican Tom Tell us of the North Carolina Senate race, Cunningham said in a statement. Quote the voters have spoken and I respect their decision. The North Carolina race features some $250 million and so called dark money money from outside the state in a failed Democrat bid to unseat till it's his victory there puts Republicans one step closer to holding their paper thin majority. Still riding mostly on a pair of decisive runoff elections in Georgia. That's where both Republican incumbents felt the guard of the 50% vote needed to win outright by Wagner reporting Hong Kong's pro democracy lawmakers have resigned and mass following a move by the city's government to disqualify pro Democracy legislators. The four pro democracy camp announced the decision in a news conference Wednesday, hours after the Hong Kong government said it would disqualify The four pro democracy legislators. This is town hall, Die cop. Alex Trebek is gone. But the people who behind the game show he hosted for decades or making sure he hasn't for gotten Thank you for everything, Alex. This. Is jeopardy. An emotional executive producer Mike Richards, opening the first Jeopardy showed air after Alex Trebek's death. This is an enormous loss for our staff and crew. For his family and for his millions of fans, Richard says Trebek leaves a big legacy. He will forever be an inspiration for his constant desire to learn his kindness. For his love of his family. Richard says the final 35 episodes Trebek shot will air as scheduled the last one set for December. 25th I'm on schools Gabriel Boston Celtics Hall of Fame or Tommy Heinsohn has died at the age of 86. Johnson was a player coach and broadcaster.
"cal cunningham" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The A. M and K 259, a Jay Austin, £99.7. And on Jack, Ella and Fox News. That's the question after oral arguments Tuesday before the U. S Supreme Court Several states and the administration asking the affordable care act be thrown out. It appears that the high quarters in favor of keeping the affordable care act intact this after she's Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh both signal that they believe that the taken stay intact. Despite getting rid of that controversial individual mandate. It's all about severability. This is the third legal challenge into 10 year history of the law. President Obama signed it into law in March. 2010 the question for the court whether the key funding mechanism for the laws I mentioned the Federal mandate could be taken away and if the rest of the stay intact without that mandate, the mandate forces someone to buy health insurance. Some say that his attacks, the chief justice, who upheld the law in 2012 made it clear he believes the act could survive. Without that mandate boxes. David sponsor a decision from the justices could be months away. Speaking in Wilmington, Delaware, Tuesday, President elect Biden making a pledge regardless of the outcome. This case, I promise you this Getting on January. 20th the vice president, like caress, and I were going to do everything in our power to ease the burden of health care on you and your families. A concession Tuesday ends another close Senate race. North Carolina Republican incumbent Thom Tillis says he got a phone call from his Democratic challenger, Cal Cunningham. He was very gracious, which may The very best and said he'd like to do anything he could to help. Make sure that we just continue to focus on the people of North Carolina. But a very gracious phone call and I wish them well, a swell. The decision, effectively assuring to Senate runoff elections in Georgia in January, will determine control of the U. S. Senate Democrats will hold the majority in the House of Representatives. After winds in close house races in California and in Washington State.
"cal cunningham" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Port, several states and the administration asking the affordable care act be thrown out. It appears that the high quarters in favor of keeping the affordable care act intact this after Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh both signal that they believe that the can stay intact Despite getting rid of that controversial individual mandate. It's all about severability. This is the third legal challenge into 10 year history of the law. President Obama signed it into law in March 2010 the question for the court whether the key funding mechanism for the law Mention the individual mandate could be taken away. And if the rest of the kids stay intact without that mandate, the mandate forces someone to buy health insurance. Some say that is attacks. The chief justice who upheld the law in 2012 mated clear he believes the act could survive. Without that mandate. Fox's David sponsor, a decision from the justices could be months away. Speaking in Wilmington, Delaware, Tuesday, President elect Biden making a pledge regardless of the outcome. In this case, I promise you this Getting on January 20th. Vice President elect Harris and I were going to do everything in our power to ease the burden of health care on you and your families. A concession Tuesday ends another close Senate race, North Carolina Republican incumbent Thom Tillis says he got a phone call from his Democratic challenger, Cal Cunningham. He was very gracious wished me The very best and said he'd like to do anything he could to help. Make sure that we just continue to focus on the people of North Carolina but a very gracious phone call, and I wish them well, A swell. The decision, effectively assuring to Senate runoff elections in Georgia in January, will determine control of the U. S. Senate Democrats will hold the majority in the House of Representatives. After winds in close house races in California and in Washington State America is listening to Fox News. Wednesday, SWAT returns for a two hour premiere events may have to shut the city down. What's that mean? For SWAT means world's about to change now for this team of elite Swat officers tired find his battle. Nothing will be the same. Sometimes we get has to take on problems and there's no one right answer. Shemar Moore stars in television's action packed drama SWAT returns Wednesday on CBS. Wearing a mask is no fun, But it's another line of defense against Cove in 19 masks protect those around you from the virus, especially seniors and those with weak immune systems. So let's all do our part to reduce the spread of this silent killer. Visit the Virginia Department of Health Website at www dot VD h dot Virginia dot gov for tips on keeping you and your loved Ones Cove it free. The.
"cal cunningham" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Did into law in March. 2010 the question for the court Whether the key funding mechanism for the laws I mentioned the individual mandate could be taken away, and if the rest of the stay intact without that mandate, the mandate forces someone to buy health insurance. Some say that his attacks, the chief justice, who upheld the law in 2012 made it clear he believes the act could survive. Without that mandate. Flexes David sponsor. A decision from the justices could be months away. Speaking in Wilmington, Delaware, Tuesday, President elect Biden making a pledge regardless of the outcome. In this case, I promise you this Getting on January 20th, the vice president elect, caress and I were going to do everything in our power to ease the burden of health care on you and your family. The concession Tuesday ends another close Senate race. North Carolina Republican incumbent Thom Tillis says he got a phone call from his Democratic challenger, Cal Cunningham. He was very gracious, which may The very best and said he'd like to do anything he could to help. Make sure that we just continue to focus on the people of North Carolina but a very gracious phone call, and I wish them well, A swell. The decision, effectively assuring to Senate runoff elections in Georgia in January, will determine control of the U. S. Senate Democrats will hold the majority in the House of Representatives. After winds in close house races in California and in Washington State America is listening to Fox News. At the Kaiser Permanente, Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine. We teach you to see the whole picture of health to look beyond the exam room and become the kind of doctor are world needs a compassionate caregiver who sees patients as people not just symptoms..
"cal cunningham" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Really clear politics, indicating the race was a toss up and the cook political report reading it as lean Democrat, Steele helped Republicans win back the seat that had previously been in GOP control for decades. Rueda Flip the seed in 2018 when he defeated former Republican congressman Dana Rohrabacher. One major point of division heading into Election Day was the battle over masks the maid, the Corona virus pandemic Bernie Bennett reporting. Meanwhile, Republicans have another seat in the Senate in North Carolina. Democratic candidate Cal Cunningham conceded the race to incumbent Tom Tell us giving the GOP a 49 to 48 edge in the Senate. To Georgia Senate seats are still up for grabs and results won't be known on those races until January. Bility. A surge of Corona virus cases appears to be much bigger than the previous two correspondent and Donahue reports. Cases are on the rise in 49 States, hospitals are becoming overwhelmed in states like Governor Kim Reynolds, Iowa. The overall increased patient volume is stressing our healthcare system, and it is putting capacity at risk. In Minnesota Governor Tim Wall says the virus problem is social distancing 71% of our Spreading cases are happening in private social gatherings, weddings, funerals, restaurants and bars. Attendance will now be limited. Minnesota bars and restaurants must stop serving at 10. PM a new report says Tennessee counties that have not required wearing masks in public are on average, seeing Corona virus death rates double form or I'm Ed Donahue on Wall Street that out by 262 points, but the NASDAQ plunged 1 59. More on these stories at townhall dot com. Tell me why really factor is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question Pete have Talbot, the father and son, Founders.
Democrat Cal Cunningham concedes North Carolina Senate race
"Senate in North Carolina. Democratic candidate Cal Cunningham conceded the race to incumbent Tom Tell us giving the GOP a 49 to 48 edge in the Senate. To Georgia Senate seats are still up for grabs and results won't be known on those races until January. Bility. A surge of Corona
GOP Sen. Thom Tillis Wins Reelection In North Carolina After Democrat Concedes
"Meanwhile, Republicans have retained another seat in the Senate in North Carolina Democratic candidate Cal Cunningham conceded the race to incumbent Tom Tell us giving the GOP of 49 to 48 edge in the Senate. To Georgia Senate seats are still up for grabs and results won't be known on those races until
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"Politics. And this landscape in particular, Wendy Schiller joins us. She of Brown University, of course on a friend to the program, and Teo Is the station with the chair of political science again at Brown University. Wendy, What is your base case? No. I just get right to it. I think here's what I think will will know from some congressional races, I think, signaling earlier than even the presidential races. We know that there's a lot of people who are elected in 2018 in what we call competitive swing district like Virginia, for example. Leave Illinois. We have a couple of races in Texas that look really tight and are surprisingly competitive. We have a couple of Minnesota, you know if things start to swing in congressional district sooner. For the Democrats. Then you start to think, Okay, maybe buy will have a very good night. But, you know, we'll know about Florida will know about North Carolina will know about Arizona, and we'll know about Georgia, probably, but before midnight tonight, and if all of those swing for Trump If Trump looks really healthy in those states and looks like he could win, then I think things get very, very dicey for Biden, so that's a big sort of vomit or buying only when one of those states You know, one of those four states or look like he's in the lead in a considerable lead in one of those states for him, that sort of have a more relaxed night. But if he if Trump wins, all of Omar looks like he's going to win all of them, I think that that tells us that this sort of blue wave we thought might emerge isn't going to emerge the same way. So, Professor. How do you think the Senate will shake out is there in fact, you know the market's kind of suggesting here today that a blue wave may in fact be in the cards? How do you think that might go in the Senate? That that that's a great question, Paul because you think about the Senate, and you think you know Mitch McConnell is totally immune. This time, you would have thought if there's a big blue wave. You know, The guy has really been the poster boy for the campaign against the Republicans controlling the Senator Mitch McConnell. He's goingto probably breeze to reelection, some a little suspicious of that big blue way for the Senate. Iowa looks neck and neck. You know, we had a recent poll. That's very credible that looks like Joni Ernst can pull it out and stay. You know if Cal Cunningham can win in North Carolina That suggests probably that the Democrats might get 51. If they can win Maine as well. Probably away in Arizona. Probably gonna win Colorado and lose Alabama, so they're looking at probably minimally a 51 49 Republican, or 50, 50 51 49 Democrats. So I think that's where they you know, we don't know. And I think that's where North Carolina becomes so important, even even if we don't know by Trump. You know, it's Cal Cunningham looks like he's really gonna win that race that suggest better things. The Democrats across the board for the Senate Say some of that again. When do you say Arizona is definitely going to go Democrat Texas? What did you say about Texas? And then also, I think, Arizona for Mark Kelly. I think he's been polling very consistently ahead of Martha makes alley. But you can imagine, let's say people voting for more. Kelly, a former astronaut. You know and not voting for Joe Biden. You know, voting for Kelly because they want him over more than Sally and they voted for Trump in Arizona. You didn't see the Democrats winning Senate in Arizona but not winning the presidential race. Then Texas is, you know, shocking right? The turnout in Texas has been absolutely shocking. And but it looks like John Cornyn comfortably ahead of head guard that the challenger there, But I think the issue is that Trump is only basically one point ahead in Texas, which is just you know, if you think about politics, just stunning. Same with Georgia. George will be interesting because it does not get 50% or more against us off. Then you've got to run off elections in Georgia in January, and I think that's really going to be some interesting voting dynamics, so it's possible the Senate Democrats could ultimately end up with a 51 of 52 majority, but I still think it's a bit of a long shot. So Professor if the presidential election becomes contested, what is your kind of base case for how it may play out? I think we could be faced with an unprecedented historic situation. I think you know if we have a tie, for example, if in the Electoral College in December's actually a tie, it goes to the newly elected house, which is expected Thio more Democratic. However, the Republicans still control more votes in state delegations than the Democrats, and that's Probably isn't going to change so you could conceivably have literally the house electing a re electing President Trump but in the Senate. If it's 51 49 with the new Senate and its new Democrats, then they may like Tomahawk. Advice. I mean, really, quite stunning. It's really stunning thing. So I think so many things have changed already in 2020 weather, Trump gets reelected or not, is obviously monumental. But even if he gets reelected, I think the Democrats have shown they know how to mobilize voters, and I think they've shown some of these states have changed a lot in terms of demographics, and they are going to be more competitive, moving forward. Which changes the nature of politics going to 2022. If we know that politicians look at the next election the minute this election is over, and so when we start to think about what the balance of power might be in the Senate house in 2022 these gains the Democrats appear to be making among voters in the states. Changes a lot of dynamics, which will probably change some of the policies coming out of Congress. Yeah, I mean, it's really the African American gold, right, Wendy and how much more of that will see? We're already seeing, you know, a lot more engagement. Yeah. So I think African American who has always been key in North Carolina and Georgia had about 64% African American turnout in 2016. It wasn't enough because those numbers were not hit in in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania among African American voters, and they, you know they may or may not get there. If they get there, I think Biden winds relatively easily. But what's interesting is suburban white women. Of all educational levels seem to be really vehemently at the moment against Trump in the polls, and it could be that instead of the black vote really being key in the Midwest, it ends up being white women. Which would be really interesting shift, you know, mirrors 2018 when white, the majority of white women voted for democratic candidates, But it would change the nature of the Democratic coalition. If that were the deciding factor, So that's what I'm looking for. I'm looking for turnout, particularly in particular counties in Michigan. Well, we still have. A lot of people are gonna vote in person and certainly in Pennsylvania when you were really out of time. But I am desperate to
"cal cunningham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The Senate, which Kamala Harris would break the types of Onda ll. The polls suggest that he will win North Carolina and with that I expect Cal Cunningham, the Democratic candidate to come home. That's the state to walk for Senate control tonight. For some reason, the Poles are a little bit off. Trump wins and Tom tell us, the Republican incumbent has a chance. He's been running behind Trump in the polls by half a point to appoint, so there's still a decent shot that coming ham will bring control narrow control but control on the left to the Democrats. Let's let's indulge your prediction a little bit. On a show for a minute that the Democrats do take control of the White House and both houses of Congress. Thing about history. Clinton had it in 92. After the you know big backlash. After 12 years of Reagan and the first Bush Clinton had White House both houses of Congress and overreached with his health reform and tax hikes and lost control of Congress and his first mid term election. After just two years and never got it back and couldn't get much else done from the Democratic playbook. The next time is Barack Obama, who had the presidency with both houses of Congress after 2008 and he lost Congress in his first midterm in 2010. With the tea party backlash to Obamacare and the stimulus bill from that decades financial crisis and he was stuck with gridlock for the next six years. If your prediction is right about Democrats sweeping What can the Democrats do? In your opinion to keep that control without, you know, laying down and not trying anything big? Work that attention is that Democrats have tended to overreach when they have control and enact things from their playbook, which were not the reasons why voters in the middle had went to them. And so those orders long back It's quite clear that voters aren't interested in the median voter is opposed to the democratic or doesn't see climate change as an existential crisis. They want to deal with Kovar. I want to deal with the economy. They want normalcy and they want the political temperature dial down and if I can deliver on that, as well as give A few concessions to the Democratic playbook. He could easily be rewarded in 2022 by the feet that was to pressure from the Democratic constituencies and uses a crisis too. As Ron Emanuel said, never let a crisis go to waste. If they use the current crisis to do what previous Democratic controlled Congresses have done, which is pushed the party playbook through a divided country. They shouldn't be surprised if they get their heads handed to him in the midterm. Of course, Obama's position Wass You have political capital for a reason. It's worth spending it on something, even if then you have spent it. So that's a conversation. We may have a lot more after January 20th of next year we will see Henry Olsen before you go. Before we go to our callers asking people why they waited until today to vote. Those who did what state do you live in? And which way did you choose to vote this year? Hi. I live in Virginia and I get in person early voting ah few days ago. Why do you choose that out of the various options? Uh, because I live 2.5 blocks away from the polling place so I could just walk over there on I could be guaranteed that I wouldn't have something lost in the mail on. My signature has changed over the years and I don't want to have my vote disqualified because When they do a signature check on the absentee, they go. This isn't Henry Olsen, because look how different it is. So it's very easy for me and I always vote early because, as a columnist and an elections analyst, I work on Election Day from dawn to dusk and well past US. All right. Our voice print machine has verified you as the actual Henry Ocean Washington Post columnist and senior fellow at the Ethics in Public Policy Center. Thank you for giving us a few minutes on Election day. Thank you very much. And now to your calls. If you're voting today, why did you wait till today with all the other options out there leading up to today? 646435 70 to 80 and Natasha in Ossining. You're on w N Y C. Happy Election Day, Natasha. Happy Election Day of Brian. Thanks for having me I'm actually sitting outside my polling praise Great now about to go cast my vote and what's the sum? I waited be our eyes and ears. Where's your polling place? And what's it like there right now? My polling places up in Ossining. It's that Clairmont school and it's actually not that busy. I mean, there's people coming in and out, but it doesn't seem like there's a long line. That idea kind of played into why I waited for today. And voting by mail was making me a little inches, so I just decided to stick with the classic Election Day tradition going in person today. Room. And is it partly the tradition? Is it besides the lines? Is that it? You know? Hey, it's election Day. I want to be out there. I want to be with people. I want to feel it physically. Yes, I would. I would say that. That's definitely the viable is looking for, you know, really Voting would've been nice too, but I don't know. It's failed selection. Natasa. Thank you for starting us off Elizabeth and Chelsea. You're on WNYC. Hi, Elizabeth. Happy Election Day. Good morning. Thank you. Well, I figured First of all, it was the day after the clock's changed so that I would be able to wake up really early. And I vote in my building. So I got on the elevator and there were actually people in the elevator on the way down to vote. And we lined up according to six and there was a line at a quarter to six. Ah, the minute the doors open, it went really quickly. I was freezing cold. I was out of there by 6 15. But I want to read you an email that I know it's not an E mail. It's a Facebook post that I just found the building that I voted has its own Facebook page, right and and one of the people. Wrote this I wasn't registered in time. So I went to the polling station in south which is where I live. Show them my New York idea and filled out. And after David and I floated, Yeah, absolutely. No line. This would happen hour ago. No lines in and out. So this is a community that that has, um 2800 apartments and almost every 70% of the people here are over the age of 60. And I know that a lot of them went up to Madison Square Garden to vote early. But there seems to be a fairly insistent clamor to vote downstairs. Elizabeth. Thank you so much. Thank you for that report. Think I know what building you live in from that description, But I will maintain your privacy. A meet in Old Bridge. New Jersey. You're on WNBC. Hello. I mean, Hey, Brian. Good morning. Election, actually. Tabulation of you..
"cal cunningham" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Really? Is that northern? Get the college up there, So, Yeah. A lot of my friends went to Greeley actually. So, um, I got to take part in a we get so they could see it and called you And how did that good? They identify themselves. I can't remember. But it was a research group that was flag day. National data for Poles like CNN. How they how they partner with C. CNN will partner with these worried these research groups? Yeah, right. So the first thing they did was after me about my affiliation registered independent. And and he's like, Okay, So you're voting for biting that, right? Uh, no, no, I'm not. Well, you're a registered independent, correct And you're not voting for biting a It just sounds and then they asked you if you're voting for Trump. No, No, they did not never allowed me to say who I was voting for what they did. Was they voting? Governor? Cooper said No, like, Are you voting for Cal Cunningham know, And then they asked me, you know, a couple of questions about you know what I was raised on important topic, the economy an important topic. You know, a couple of questions like that. They got to the And and they said, way got one more question for you is kind of unusual, but a conversation you had with your neighbors. How do you think your neighbors were going to vote? Nice. Well, trump. Okay, So thank you so much for your time. We'll go ahead and put you down to our decided. Haven't I think I don't think that was. I don't think that was CNN. That sounds like that Sounds like either internal polling or party Polling. Essentially party pulling. I think that they may I think that they may have dropped CNN's name because sometimes the organization partners was CNN so that you didn't slam the phone down. But that sounds like internal polling to me. It could be just thought it was really odd that they would never allow me to actually say that I was voting for Trump right, because, remember when, in turn, would would pulling That and nice, a internal polling. What I mean, is pulling in this case commissioned but will be released publicly, not to stuff the actual data they keep. You're you know, you're you're serving a client that's ordered something that's customized to get the drift. They want a certain story and and you better tell him to stuff that they don't show you is the stuff where they want the raw data. Stuff that they can put out there to say, Hey, look, Look at the moment I'm going on here. You know their people are either voting for Biden or independents were still undecided, right? No independence or going trump. That's that's why it makes me think that that wasn't CNN per se, but an organization affiliated with them that was tasked with something so But okay, interest being experienced. Yeah, I can imagine. So I was. Did you lie to him at all Really honest in the the questions that you that they did ask completely honest. OK, alright. Hey, sir, I appreciate the call herself a good one. Okay? Yeah. All right. Yeah. Many of you how many of you have been pulled? You know, I haven't gotten I shouldn't say I haven't got it. I got one apple on the iPhone. You know, it'll say spam risk. There's my phone for the first time the other day said political call or political spam or something. Get in. One of those agency has sent it to voicemail. Wasn't there down at it? I went there. Whatever. Cause my phone doesn't write. Don't have it on the ring, but I've got tons of the of the written text poles. Were there like, Hey, I'm so and so from vote Blue North Carolina, and they always think I'm either Forest or Olivia. So I have no idea what that's about. It was like you tried to sell a house to Yeah, they recently now now they started doing that, like they're trying now has become ad before that, like I'm tons of it, especially same list. I'm sure on the weekend. It's tons of it like, Hey. One day one of them. They asked me if I wanted to go and volunteer at the phone bank. For the polling pipe or whatever. No way I could go undercover. I could defeat them from the inside. You put your vote your veritas, but I'm busy too busy. You know, I gotta rig up a secret camera that I have to talk. You gotta talk to other people. Well, May I go with the giant GoPro in my head? You know, don't pull a hammy that forbid. Eight year old Swedish girl found a 1500 year old sword in a lake in Sweden. So now she's queen, right? Is that how that works? When you pull a Soared from the lake for 1500 years old. No basis for running a system of government could tell you that much. Probably Sprite queen. I didn't get to keep it right. Oh, hell, no. They stole that put in the museum's It's so dumb. If I'm walking rally, I might, you know, false lake and I find a golden scepter. I step in the water booming golden sceptre. I'm not going to anyone with that. I'm keeping that for myself. I would tell you like you'd be like, What's up with that gold scepter, But I found it in a lake. You go anywhere They're going to take your cool. Weapon you found in the lake. Going to take it from you? Yeah, Probably not going to keep your gold belong to some dead Viking 1000 years ago when you gonna walk out of the gold separate like a lunatic, And every time they ask, you're like family heirloom pulled it out of out of Iraq. Carrie was on the beach and it was in Iraq and I pulled it out. Now it's mine and you can't have it. Not everyone finding gold in your backyard. We talked about that before in the past, said those people in California that.
"cal cunningham" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Staying Connected Continues with 1061 FM Talk Corona virus Cases are exploding again in the Tar Heel state, according to HHS. A record number of covert 19 infections has been established for a second consecutive day with 2684. That's an increase of 152 from yesterday. There were also a new high number of completed tests, with 37,159 putting the percent positive rate at 6.3% and with 1148 residents hospitalized. That marks 10 days in a row over 1000. New polling data shows a tightening of races in the state. Carl Wilson has the numbers. The poll was conducted this week by Emerson College. They talked to more than 700 likely voters modeling their sample on 2016 turnout at the top of the ticket. Donald Trump and Joe Biden are now tied at 49% each the Senate race to tightening up Thom Tillis and Cal Cunningham in a virtual tie, the Democrat leading the incumbent 45 44, in the gubernatorial race, Governor Cooper's lead has shrunk over Lieutenant Governor Danforth. Just that race now 52 46. After 115 years, the Confederate monument in Uptown Lexington has been removed. Fox, eight reports, County leaders and the United Daughters of the Confederacy reached an agreement with the city to take the statue down. The city is paying for the removal of the monument, which will be stored elsewhere. I will also drop its lawsuit against the daughters of the Confederacy. Meanwhile, County commissioners say they had no part in the agreement and that they believe the statue should have been allowed to stay where it's been as a memorial to those who lost their lives during the civil war, However, the commission said, with the daughters of the Confederacy, technically owning the statue They had the right to move it That does it for now, with continuing news updates from around the state, I'm Mitch Evans. From the wake Radiology UNC Rex Healthcare Traffic Center 40 eastbound is stopping Go between Jones Sausage Road on Highway 70 business were also heavy westbound between highway 15 501 and just before Highway 86 85 South bound slow between highway 70 and 86. I'm Jack Wiley on one on 61 at them Talk We'll see some cloud cover around us. We go through the nighttime hours.
North Carolina voters unmoved by Dem Senate hopeful’s sex scandal
"Weeks from today Americans will not just decide who they want the White House, but the balance of power the Senate as well On. Congressional races in down ballot races in the US Senate thirty-five seats up this year twenty three held by Republicans, Twelve Democrats, and pulling analysis site fivethirtyeight. Now, project Democrats are slightly favored to take over that chamber, but it's close we've been falling day by day and expanding battleground map of states that now have genuinely competitive Senate races one of those races where the pulling seem pretty good for Democrats early on with North Carolina. That's where incumbent Republican Senator Thom Tillis is facing a challenge from former state senator and. Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran cal Cunningham and back in the beginning of September cutting performing pretty well point ahead of us in the monmouth university poll which left a lot of people thinking wow, this could happen. Could this be a democratic Senate pickup and then a week and a half ago that also seemed to be up ended on October Second Tillis his campaign confirmed the senator tested positive for corona virus, and later that very same day text messages surfaced between cal Cunningham and a woman who is not his wife. After about a week of pretty brutal extramarital relationship accusations started look like I don't know maybe Democrats were counting their chickens a little too early in the north. Carolina Senate race but that new bullying came out and guess what the whole thing seems to have helped. Cal. Cunningham. In a Monmouth University poll just released today cutting lead over Senator Thom Tillis is actually expanded. He's now by four points whereas he was only by one September.
"cal cunningham" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Well, while you were traveling Cal Cunningham holds a virtual news conference. Yeah. What should make it should make you feel guilty. Listening the cab counting here about five or six. Reverse your decision. There were about five or six reporters on this call, and we've condensed this for time reasons, but you'll get the gist of it. The questions that were asked and the responses that were given s O. I'm gonna roll this and you can stop it when you want to. But here we go. I'm sorry. Ask this question. But you've said this race isn't about your personal life, but you spent millions of dollars on TV ads telling people about your own personal story. So Archer recent personal activities fair game for the public to review while judging your candidacy clear I have taken responsibility. I heard that I've calls in in my personal life, have apologized to it. I apologized for it, and I know this campaign. Our campaign is about things that are much bigger and more important than just me. Are there any other allegations of extramarital affairs that you think are going to surface? And do you think you owe voters more of an explanation that you've offered so far? If you're asking for their vote, what we've heard from no less than Senator Tillis himself. This is what he wants to talk about. He wants to talk about this rather than his failed record on let me just be completely clear that what North Carolinians.
"cal cunningham" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"With Thomsen. In time. It is so we got a lot to cover today. It's a busy Friday. We're just getting a headline that nearly 50,000 voters in Ohio. Have received the wrong ballots in the mail. 50,000 Think that could make a difference on somebody's Results in Ohio. I mean, if you think about it, it's actually pretty hard to figure out. I mean your ballot. You may have Donald Trump and Joe Biden running for president on your ballot, and so does your neighbour. But your neighbor around this around the corner and down the street might have somebody different for City Council. Or for dogcatcher or whatever. And so they go balance are they've got to figure out exactly where you live and who's running for office in your street. Your name, not your neighborhood. Your block. And the block over might be a totally different ballot than yours. So I don't know how bad the mistake has been. 50,000 ballots in Ohio were sent out. Incorrectly. No, no, no, no, no. There's nothing to worry about. No other little news popping up is speaking of access Hollywood and all of that. This Cal Cunningham guy? In North Carolina running for the Senate. He's a Democrat. He's running against Tom, tell us Really cleared politics in their latest poll, which I don't know if it was a week or two ago. Had Cal Cunningham up by five points. And he has been going around the state of North Carolina is a former state senator. He's a lieutenant colonel in the Army reserve. He talks about morality and about Honesty and all the you know, holding himself up to be. Ah, higher and mightier and everything else which I will never do, because I am not a choirboy. But this guy has Problem is They now found that he was having some sort of physical extra relationship with a married woman. And now they found a second married woman who he's been exchanging. Shall we say X rated attacks messages. So today. He said he was going to stop all of his campaign because he didn't want to get harassed about all of this. So today, Cal Cunningham comes out and holds a news conference. First formal news conference since the intimate text messages. Surface. So Today. He came out and he said, I have taken responsibility for the hurt that I have caused to my personal life. I have apologized to it. I've apologised for it. And I know that this campaign. Our campaign is about things that are much bigger and more important than just May. About the very issues and people we are. We're just talking to right here. That's what about the people, folks, It's always about the American people. So some Reporter said him, Mr Cunningham. Have you had any more affairs? Besides the two that we know about? Well, who I have taken responsibility for the hurt that I met. You kind of have you had more affairs and went I apologized. I know I'm that this campaign is about things that are big. He would not answer. I'm telling you. Camp. Candidates cannot Not answer a question. I don't care if it's about your favorite color. You've got to answer the questions. Otherwise you look Life. Your line cheating hiding? So, essentially, I take from this that the answer is yes. Yes, I've had many more. I'm hoping they don't come forward. I'm writing checks to hope they don't give up. That sounds like to me so The Senate is right up there made this they were. The Democrats are looking at this guy in North Carolina's Calcutta him as being their hope. To take control of the U. S senate. And like I've said many times this this I know president is important. But Senate then if you lose the Senate If the Democrats take control of the Senate, and they have the house Then Donald Trump. If he's president convened, owe everything that comes at him. People like Jackson balances. If Donald Trump is defeated, and Joe Biden is the president and the Democrats have control of the House and Senate. Oh, boy. It will mean they will run through things as fast as they can. They're much better out of them Republicans when we when they I'm not a Republican. When they had control Because of Mark Meadows, who was running the Freedom Caucus got in the way of all kinds of legislation that the president wanted to push through. Mark Meadows was the biggest pain in the rear to Donald Trump. And then he figured out. Wait a minute. If I go along with him because of the Freedom Caucus was about smaller government less spending. They were tea party elected people. They have totally given up on that. Mark Meadows is the leader of that flip off those of the Freedom Caucus. They're off Jim Jordan, saying. Whatever Donald Trump wants, therefore one for spending Absolutely, sir. You want to do this? You want to? Absolutely We'll do it. Now they're going along with him. But the house has flipped to the to the Democrats. Why did they not go along with him when he when they were in control of all three seats? So they stopped a lot of motion that President Trump could have gotten many mohr things done if it was, and I'm reminding you because a lot of you think I'm crazy that I've gone liberal on you or something when I'm looking and going, but But the people that have gone liberal or people like Mark Meadows, who are all for all the spending in the world. All for more power to the to the executive and less power to our our voices. Representatives in the House. So that we'll see what happens with the Senate. But this cow Cunningham story and the fact that he's refusing to answer the question about has he had more affairs in the two that they know about. I mean, you know, you know about too Um Oh, I am. I am going to be watching the North Carolina Rays come Election night. And.
"cal cunningham" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Morrow and beyond. On Newstalk 11 10 99, www bt We're going to get you all the biggest best coverage all the storylines that are moving out of this debate. Cal Cunningham, Lindsey Graham, all the other stories that are moving as it relates to elections right here in the Carolinas. You are listening. VT. Am Charlotte, VT. FM. Chester W. L N K H T to Charlotte And I am Brett winnable, continuing our coverage as we get ready to hand it over to the Fox news radio. Programming with this with this debate, getting ready to begin there in Salt Lake City, Utah, a beautiful night just after seven PM in Utah. And we're waiting for this. This debate to get underway. It is going to be an exciting and important debate. Certainly there will be passions and there'll be a lot of stuff to take. Take in and think about and digest. I am brought winnable. Continuing our coverage here on Newstalk 11 10 9893. Wgt. It's a debate between the Vice President Mike Pence. And, of course, the Senator Kamala Harris. This is the one and only vice presidential debate. Susan Page of USA Today will be there as the moderator at the table. The big year, and we have certainly seen the global pandemic and economic challenges take it's toll. If you've been following all the news stories, as we have, essentially, you've seen shutdowns threatened to shut down a partial shutdowns. Partial opens partial reopens all taking shape. As we, uh as we watch this news cycle. We are no longer in just one news cycle a day or two news cycles a day. But we are 10 news cycles a day some days and it is great to be here with you as we get ready for this vice presidential debate. The different networks are all doing their centers right now there will be an appointed time here, which will come up. I believe I think it's going to be in about one minute past 22 minutes past this hour as we get ready to see the the takeover of the programming by Susan Page from USA Today, somebody who's going to be very interesting, especially in her demeanor and style. I don't expect that You're going to see sort of the refereeing take place with that we saw with with Mr Wallace last week at the Fox debate, But I also believe that she's going to keep a tight control on the situation and do not believe that we are going to see her sort of a peer is a third debater there on the stage floating she is a Tasked with keeping this this this thing moving forward, moving and and flowing in the way it's supposed to flow. I'm struck by looking at some of these different feeds that I have coming into my studio. Ah, MSNBC and of course, CNN and Fox News Channel. I'm struck it as we look at all these pundits that are gathering together in what is going to happen at the conclusion of this debate will be the handshake or the chicken wing or the fist bump or just the way I'll see you later. Take care kind of. Ah, dismissal on DH, Then you're going to get to see the spin. I would encourage you to watch this or to listen to this debate. Digest what you're hearing and then I sort of let it sit for a minute before you go over there and listen to what the pundits are going to tell you that you just heard, even though you went right through it with with everybody else. It's wildly fun. Tio watch these steaks, I would say have never really been higher, and we certainly are. Are excited to be bringing this to you tonight On a beautiful night there in Salt Lake City. There's going to be passion. There's hopefully going to be insight, we expect. Ah, ah, much more sedate sort of experience between these two. We are now going to go live to Salt Lake City with season of 2020. Sponsored by the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates. I'm Susan Page of USA Today. It is my honor to moderate this debate, an important part of our democracy in Kingsbury Hall. Tonight, we have a small and socially distant audience. And we've taken extra precautions during this pandemic. Among other things, everyone in the audience is required to wear a face mask and the candidates will be seated, 12 ft Apart. The audience is enthusiastic about their candidates, but they've agreed to express that enthusiasm on Ly twice at the end of the debate, and now when I introduce the candidates Please welcome California Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence. Thank you. Senator Harris and Vice President Pence Thank you for being here. We're meeting as President Trump and the first lady continued to undergo treatment in Washington after testing positive for covert 19. We send our thoughts and prayers to them for their rapid and complete recovery and for the recovery of everyone afflicted by the Corona virus. The two campaigns in the commission on Presidential Debates have agreed to the ground rules for tonight. I'm here to enforce them on behalf of the millions of Americans who are watching. One note. No one in either campaign or at the commission are anywhere else has been told in advance. What topics All raise or what questions I'll ask. This 90 minute debate will be divided into nine segments of about 10 minutes each. I'll begin a segment by posing a question to each of you, sometimes the same question, sometimes a different question on the same topic. You will then have two minutes to answer was out interruption by me or the other candidate. They will take six minutes or so to discuss the issue. At that point, although there will always be more to say we'll move on to the next topic. We want a debate that is lively. But Americans also deserve a discussion that isthe civil These are tumultuous times, but we can and will have a respectful exchange about the big issues facing our nation. Let's begin with the ongoing pandemic that has cost our country so much. Senator Harris. The Corona virus is not under control. Over the past week, Johns Hopkins reports that 39 states have had Mork over cases over the past seven days. And in the week before Nine states have set new records. Even if a vaccine is released soon the next administration will face hard choices. I would've Biden administration due in January and February that a Trump administration wouldn't do Would you impose new lockdowns for businesses and schools and hot spots? Ah federal mandate to her masts. You have two minutes to respond without interruption. Thank you, Susan. Well, the American people have witnessed what is the greatest failure of any presidential administration in the history of our country. And here, the fax. 210,000 dead people in our country in just the last several months. Over seven million people who have contracted this disease. One in five business is closed. We're looking at front line workers who have been treated like sacrificial workers. We're looking at over 30 million people. During the last several months had to file for unemployment. And here's the thing. On January 28th. Vice president and the president, more informed About the nature of this panda. They were informed that it's lethal and consequence that it is airborne. That it will affect young people. And that it would be contracted because it is airborne. And they knew what was happening. And they didn't tell you. Can you imagine if you knew on January 28th as opposed to march 13th what? They knew what you might have done to prepare. They knew and they covered it up. President said it was a hoax. They minimize the seriousness of it. The president said. You're on one side of his ledger. If you wear a mask, you're on the other side of his ledger..
"cal cunningham" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"His tweets matter and there are a lot of disgruntled Republicans yesterday wondering what on Earth is he doing calling stimulus talks because in certain states including in North Carolina where Thom Tillis was in a debate last night with a cal Cunningham his Democratic opponent who's involved in scandal all of a sudden. It gave Cunningham a rallying point..
Some sexting advice: don't!
"Working remotely. They've got a special offer for our listeners. So stay tuned after the show for more. Jefferson, Graham. This is talking tech with yet another reminder to people out there listening not to do stupid things because every time some insane politician, let's his or her guard down and says things on texts on emails and phone calls that they shouldn't have. I am here to say wake up world. So now you have a North Carolina senatorial candidate cal Cunningham who according to polls was on the verge of winning a campaign. He may end up winning who knows but he was caught as people always are by cheating on his wife, the racy texts that he was sending to another woman. Inviting her to get together and do a lot of kissing not something that I think Mrs Cunningham would be approving of it's very simple if you wanna do stupid things like this. Don't because you will be caught if you're going to send a text and you think it's private between the two of you, it's not if you're going to send an email and you think it's private, it's not if you're gonNA make a phone call and say these things the call could be recorded it could be shared. Everything is public everything that you do online as public I know that all the talking tech listeners know it but it bears repeating don't do stupid things if you're going to run for Senate. Don't send out insane tax don't send out crazy emails. Don't send out crazy phone calls. I would venture to say that if you even said it, you know hotel room there's a good
Tillis apologizes for failing to keep mask on at White House
"Senator Tom Tillis says he fell short of his own standards by failing to keep his mask on. In a tightly packed crowd listening to President Trump's speech at the White House last night during his reelection campaign against Democrat Cal Cunningham Tillis has been consistently talking up face covering, which experts say is one of the most important ways to slow the spread of coded
"cal cunningham" Discussed on WTOP
"And attentive service and delicious chef prepared classic American cuisine now with locations in Colombia and rocker Jack to the WTOP traffic an active weather pattern will continue for the next several days today not too bad sunshine this morning we'll turn partly sunny this afternoon is going to stay rather breezy our highs upper fifties or lower sixties about ten degrees above average cloudy skies during the evening hours overnight we'll clear there was a guy down almost be in the low to mid thirties morning sun shines wrapped in clouds tomorrow could be a few sprinkles around sunset times from fifty to fifty five turning windy with a few passing showers on Friday highs upper forties lower fifties windy and chilly on Saturday with highs in the forties I'm stalking force Mike Stanford mostly sunshine right now and it's forty seven degrees Baltimore to the Shenandoah WTOP's Washington's top news on air and online at WTOP dot com good morning I'm Bruce Allen and I'm Joan Jones we have Luke lingered at the editor's desk and just ahead a big night for Joe Biden who won nine democratic primaries on super Tuesday sweeping the south and taking Texas the Virginians backing Biden's big super Tuesday win hi makes math the U. S. launches an airstrike on the Taliban just days after signing a peace agreement so how close is it wrong really to get a nuclear weapon I'm JJ green our morning sun will give way to afternoon clouds with highs in the low sixties right now it's forty seven degrees good morning it's eight thirty one CBS news special reports Joe Biden is just turn the democratic presidential race into Y. two man contest he scored decisive victories in nine of fourteen super Tuesday states including Texas Bernie Sanders still appears headed for victory in delegate rich California correspondent major Garrett on the Biden come back last night he gets Democrats in Massachusetts Minnesota Texas Virginia Alabama Tennessee and North Carolina all agree on the same thing what is it Joe Biden should be the nominee that is one sensational week in American politics CBS's cara Cordy from Sanders stomping ground in Burlington Vermont Sanders not doing as well as they hoped to Minnesota where he was just rallying with thousands of people in Saint Paul didn't do as well in Massachusetts where he had ten thousand people out on Boston common Michael Bloomberg one American Samoa Elizabeth Warren came away empty handed CBS news special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez I Max Smith Joe Biden kicked things off with a win in Virginia winning all but three localities and garnering fifty three percent of the statewide vote to twenty three percent for Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren and Mike Bloomberg ended up third and fourth each short of the fifteen percent needed for statewide delegates most of our area tracks statewide trends but Warren took second ahead of Sanders in Alexandria and Arlington exit polls suggest Biden was strongest with Virginia voters over forty five black voters and those who decided in the last few days Sanders got the most support from Virginians under thirty more than one point three million voters is a record for Virginia democratic presidential primary it's partly tied to the focus on the race but there was also no GOP primary to choose instead and more Democrats live in Virginia now than a decade ago at the election desk next month WTOP news WTOP's emeritus congressional correspondent Dave McConnell says Joe Biden exceeded all expectations on super Tuesday after a lackluster performance in the first three primaries Biden got a big win in South Carolina followed quickly by crucial endorsements from any club which are people to judge and better Rourke apparently giving his once lagging campaign a huge burst of steam winning eight primaries putting a brand new face on the twenty twenty primaries and re emerging in many voters minds as the one Democrat who could beat Donald Trump Bernie Sanders remains formidable with a solid base and ample financing but not unbeatable as once feared by Democratic Party leaders Dave McConnell WTOP news it wasn't just presidential primaries held on super Tuesday there were also some key congressional contest WTOP's Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill one of the most closely watched as the Alabama Senate race and there will be a runoff for the Republican nomination between president trump's former Attorney General Jeff sessions and former Auburn head football coach Tommy Tuberville one of them will end up facing democratic senator Doug Jones who is expected to face a tough re election campaign among the other race is getting a lot of attention is the North Carolina Senate race Democrat cal Cunningham.
Jeff Sessions likely headed to a runoff in Alabama Senate race
"Just presidential primaries held on super Tuesday there were also some prominent congressional races as we hear from WTOP's Capitol Hill correspondent it'll Miller this Wednesday morning of the most closely watched as the Alabama Senate race and there will be a runoff for the Republican nomination between president trump's former Attorney General Jeff sessions and former Auburn head football coach Tommy Tuberville one of them will end up facing democratic senator Doug Jones who is expected to face a tough re election campaign among the other race is getting a lot of attention is the North Carolina Senate race Democrat cal Cunningham a former state senator will face Republican senator Thom Tillis Democrats need to hold all their seats and pick up for to flip control of the
"cal cunningham" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"World Trade Center cal Cunningham enlisted in the Army Reserve served in Iraq and Afghanistan and was awarded the bronze star cal services are progressive state senator too he fought for smaller classes and help get health care for twenty thousand North Carolina kids now cal Cunningham is running for the U. S. Senate cal Cunningham a Democrat who can defeat Tom tell us he'll fight to get teacher pay up and drug prices down and help protect obamacare not drifted away we can strengthen the affordable Care Act finally lower prescription drug costs and expand Medicaid cal Cunningham he fought for us in Iraq help fight for us in the Senate vote cal Cunningham on March third you are a very smart receptive audience and I'm a smart teacher classes are blooming now and begin tomorrow at noon and you know it presents me with a challenge how do I avoid being repetitious because of the philosophy doesn't change on one oh six one FM talk stay connected this hour of Casey day and Caroline is morning news is presented by the healthcare all right.
McConnell-linked group funds ads helping Democrat
"A political committee link to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it is funding ads designed to meddle in next month's North Carolina democratic Senate primary Senate leadership fund provided nearly three million to the faith and power pack which is running commercials in an attempt to boost Senate candidate Erika Smith over cal Cunningham who has the backing of the democratic senatorial campaign committee the group says it's doing what Democrats did Republican Thom Tillis six
"cal cunningham" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Newest dad says he won't stand up to the NRA or for the LGBTQ community in addition to saying he won't vote for Medicare for all or the green new deal okay now hold on think about this for a second I don't know how many folks in this audience are registered as Republicans are contributing the cause or do that sort of stuff but let me be clear about what's being said here eight pack financed by Mitch McConnell is running commercials against cal Cunningham saying he won't stand up to the NRA and he won't stand up for the LGBTQ community and he won't support Medicare for all and darn it why are you not for the green new deal cal Cunningham why not just throw on and if elected cal Cunningham will vote against conviction if there's another impeachment of the president but nothing coming Cunningham are among five Democrats running for the March third primary the winner is expected to face the incumbent Republican senator Thom Tillis who faces three Republican challengers Cunningham released a television ad today calling the ads go deceptive yeah I love this time of year when you get into the like the the the nuts and bolts of election season because you get the same sort of ads constantly running and and I mean I can do the ad I could I can do the ad against cal Cunningham I mean I can actually just based on the way they wrote this in the observer I can actually divide the ad I haven't I haven't heard it recently but I can I can actually do the ad and the ad is this cal Cunningham isn't the.
"cal cunningham" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"For right now the rest of the day's news use Mike Doyle thanks mark former South Carolina governor congressman mark Sanford says he's considering a long shot challenge to president trump for the twenty twenty Republican presidential nomination Samper telling CNN this afternoon I'm going to look at it over the next thirty days and I'm going to say is there a way for either in terms of the president to run as a way of highlighting debt deficit government spending issues or if not do you do you look at an advocacy group is that a better way Sanford had made his successful come back from the sex scandal while he was a governor a sex scandal the Appalachian Trail you remember that to win a congressional seat but after drawn trump's attacks Sanford was defeated in a contentious two thousand eighteen GOP primary and that house seat of actually was won by Democrats former Massachusetts governor William weld is already now said he's also running against trump Democrat Democrat he so far as far out raising Republican Dan bishop in the mall again election for the ninth congressional district seat Grady has nearly one point eight million dollars in cash on hand compared with bishop three hundred and forty four thousand according to new reports filed with the Federal Election Commission that's a five to one edge from the crazy with less than two months to go before the special election the time federal campaign finance reports from GOP senator Tom Telesis reelection campaign shows it raised one and a half million dollars during the second quarter and he has the campaign has four point four million in its coffers to start the second half of the year GOP primary challenger garland Tucker reported he loaned his campaign committee seven hundred thousand dollars and raised another three hundred and thirty nine thousand dollars from the time he entered the race in early may Democrat cal Cunningham announced his candidacy in mid June already reports raising five hundred and twenty two thousand in addition to lending his campaign two hundred thousand this news brought to you by QC kinetics offering long lasting nonsurgical options for soft tissue tears and arthritis for information visit QC kinetics.