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Family and friends concerned Noah Green was unraveling before Capitol attack

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

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Family and friends concerned Noah Green was unraveling before Capitol attack

"People around the world today for spending their condolences after Officer William Evans was killed and another officer injured after a man drove his car into them yesterday. Following that attack, Capitol police chief yoga nom de Pittman said. This has been an extremely difficult time for U. S Capitol police. I just asked that the public continued to keep U S Capitol police and their families and in your prayers, the man who carried out the attack, Noah Green was shot dead after getting out of the car and lunging at police with a knife. Green's family and friends tell the Washington Post He became paranoid and have hallucinations. He was convinced his former teammates on the Christopher Newport University football team drugged him. A new

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"This election right number one and number two above is a recent analysis that came out of Christopher Newport university they talked about what the map looks like for Democrats for Democrats to win and they did a project that made the visit the for a projector and they predicted Democrats win the election by two hundred seventy eight collecto about now I'm not thing these predictions are real or write because their production their production the prediction but what the what the predictor spoke to was best selection gonna be about turn on both sides will Republican base turnout be high absolutely but that would that turn out also going to be matched impossibly beaten by democratic can understand it almost seven to nine percent of the babies are Democrats did not vote in the election and I can tell you this I'm twenty eighteen number they're gonna drop the ball whether it is Donald Trump whether it's a little bit boring and whether it's people to judge whether it will be on Castro whether Cory Booker at the nominee because they understand that but the Mach baby this is the Democrat democratic feeling about the democracies and Powell and Donald Trump can't get affected car until because of that I do think yeah Biden gaps of become they become they've sort of top of the news but it's a known thing he's been gapping than P. than in the United States Senate right and you know why Richard Richard I get that I agree with that I think you know he's he's been a I called Magath factory and this is almost his his brand but I think there is at least to me a concern where they they gaffes and the errors crossover into where he looks like he's kind of disoriented and and can't remember basic things and then used to start to wonder about his capacity to do the job to be the nominee that kind of thing I know there are some whispers about that in democratic circles among some of his opponents and he just there are high stakes moments that'll happen along the way where he can maybe start to reassure some people even though he's still in the lead one of they will be September twelfth he'll be at center stage finally debating Elizabeth Warren who has been rising in the polls they will be next to each other on ABC coming up early next month will be watching with interest and we'll be getting the thoughts of people like Richard Fowler about his party as this whole process unfold Richard we gotta go but we appreciate your time good to be with you guys all right taking a break coming right back god doesn't show conservative.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"It's a very big difference. It can be outcome. Determinative? Cases, what level of scrutiny court is applying in examining the ruling of a lower court. So just for all you non-lawyers out there. Trust me, when I tell you that that matters a lot. Also, fun fact nobody else's intermediate. But us so that's not frustrating at all not at all. Yeah. So, you know, the the records amendment when it came out in the seventies came out to the states and was passed with very quick succession by thirty five of the states, and it wasn't getting to the thirty eight that it needed. And so they extended the deadline once and they extended it from a seven-year deadline to tenure done line and that deadline came and went and they hadn't finished off the thirty eight states. And so, you know, basically, I think a lot of very brokenhearted women just walked away they needed to probably recover a little bit emotionally. And then they turn their sights to fixing through legislation to bring more quality to the table. So they they really then at that point turn to you know, we saw things like title nine and you saw at least here in Virginia in the early eighties. Women prior to about nineteen Eighty-three if you if your husband was working, and you're not working you are simply a fiduciary agent on his account. It was his money. It was. Not a jointly held account. And so that didn't change here in Virginia till nineteen eighty three. So the women who had been working on era shifted pivoted worked on legislation and then along comes the nineteen nineties, and we get the Madison amendment added into the constitution, and it's called the Madison movement because it was proposed by James, Madison, and it took over two hundred years to get fully ratified and in nineteen ninety s we added that as number twenty seven to our constitution. And suddenly the women all said, well, wait a minute two hundred years ratification, period. How about us? So a number of constitutional attorneys started taking a look at the issue again and in two thousand sixteen you saw the American Bar Association pass a resolution encouraging every state bar to do whatever it takes to get equal rights. Mimic added into the constitution and in two thousand seventeen Nevada ratified and in two thousand eighteen Illinois ratified which leaves us one St. short of what's called the three state solution. Then so Virginia is poised to be that state. Well, I have to think that your prospects are incredibly good considering the amazing class of women you elected at the lex election who we interviewed many on this show. So what is the where are you at in the process in Virginia? And what do you feel like your prospects are so this past session was what's called a long session and during our long session, which goes kinda January through March. We achieved a bipartisan majority in both the house and the Senate as co patrons not just a promise to vote for it. But. Through patronage of the resolution so going into this next session. It'll be a short session. It's forty five days starts on January ninth and going into this next session, assuming we don't lose any support. We know we've gained some support in the interim as long as we can get a vote on the full house in the full Senate floors. We should be able to be the thirtieth state to ratify. Do you have a commitment to get it to the floor while I think right now for sure until the Republicans have caucus and had a significant decision and discussion together, they are not saying I mean, we're hearing little rumors, but they're they have not said, yes, we're going to make sure it gets the floor in this way. We we haven't heard that. We're this mostly heard rumor at this point. But that things are looking favorable the ways in center for public policy at Christopher Newport university here in Virginia released polling stats on December fifth, and they were pulling across all of the top issues for this next general assembly legisla. Native session and polling at the top of the pile. What at eighty one percent support was ratification of equal rights amendment?.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Intentions Americans living overseas, which go coffee. Representation. Here. Campbell DC mayor mural, bows is running for reelection just showing up to vote with her baby. Miranda in tow. Among the closely watched Virginia district races is the tenth district where GOP congresswoman Barbara Comstock facing a challenge from democrat, Jennifer waxed in Virginia's tenth is considered an indicator for other congressional races around the country, a two or three point and win that probably is around the norm of what people have been predicting. It probably means Democrats are going to pick up. You know, thirty thirty five seats Clinton kid is political scientists at Christopher Newport university. Barbara Comstock, ends up holding onto the tents her seen in the tenth congressional district. You're probably means that Republicans are going to have a good night. Polls are open in Virginia until seven P M. Tonight. Polls remain open in Maryland in DC till eight pm the evening in other news two people were killed in a crash between a car in an empty on link. Commuter bus happened last night in Woodbridge Prince William county, police are investigating the US Olympic Committee taking action against USA gymnastics following the extensive sex abuse scandal and conviction of former team doctor Larry Nassar, moving to revoke USA gymnastics as the governing body for the sport at the Olympic level. Check that cabinet Dunkin. Hines recalling four flavors of it's cake mix as the CDC investigates. Five cases of salmonella, the four varieties, the classic white cake mix classic butter, golden signature confetti and classic yellow Dunkin. Hind says you can throw it away or return it for a refi. Fund..

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Well, and by his own accord, he was inside the vehicle met some point. You wonder, is he the person that left the door open? Well, if you need to explain away fingerprints, you just did. If you can convince law enforcement that you didn't kill these two, but just in fact stole money from them given the opportunity. Yes, so you're, you're liar, you're thief and you're born in a barn. Well, the third story and forgive me captain because I don't know the order in which the stories were delivered. I do know that there were three different stories given to police during the course of questioning and they all varied slightly. Well, one of the stories is that there were other people in this area hanging out partying. I don't. If these were. I imagine it would be people similar in age to Robin and to David. You know, teens early twenties hanging out and party. The problem with that though is investigators sought that angle and they couldn't find anybody else that would admit to having been in the area that night. So the first murders take place in nineteen eighty six. The second the double homicide. The second of a homicide happens in eighty seven, but now that's thirty some miles away from the Parkway. But now we're going to have another murder, an eight, Keith call and sandy Haley were on a first date on Sept. Sorry, Keith gone sandy Haley. We're on a first day on Saturday. April ninth nineteen eighty eight. They both were students at Christopher Newport university in Newport News where they were classmates. Sandy was an eighteen year old freshmen who modelled and taught high school gymnastics as she n. Entered college. Keith was twenty years old in his friends and family. Describe him as a quote, computer geek in a time way before computers were popular while he was going to school for computer science, something, you know a lot about Keith had borrowed a shirt from his brother that day, so he could look good for his date. I guess they attended a party at the University Square apartments. Although they had told Sandy's mom that they were going to go to a movie, of course, well, there, you know, that's typical teenager crap, right? Twenty eighteen you go. And you have a few drinks and you tell everybody else you're going to the movies, go into the library both sandy and Keith were seen at the party. They were seeing talking to other people though, and it. It actually didn't look like the date was going well to other people. The two seem to be getting along, but they weren't really didn't seem to be any romantic spark over, but he's a computer geek. So he might. Have some social flaws. I think that they were both of them actually were out of recent relationships and and I think both of them at some point had told people at the party that you know keep keeps a nice guy, but I kinda miss so and so and I think you know, Keith probably said the same thing, you know, say he's really nice girl. Super cool. But you know, rather kind of be back in my relationship. Yeah, went on a date like that one time we went to a coffee shop and we just got coffee, and we decided walk down the main street of high state campus, and after two hours talking about my ex and her talking about her ex, it was like, okay, well, this is more of a therapy session than it was at date. Right? Right. And in this it doesn't look like anything bad was going on. Just like I said, no, romantic spark seem to be happening. It seemed like the two of them were more interested in hanging out separately at this party and talking to their. Different clicks or they're different friends there. So friends say that the two left the party before two AM and this is about one thirty. Yeah, because we'll sandy lived at home and her curfew was two AM so they would have left there with enough time to get her home to meet her curfew. And this is pretty late when he consider the timeframe, you know being eight on Sunday morning around seventy AM Kice father was driving to work and saw his sons read nineteen eighty two, Toyota Celica parked at the small York river overlook along the colonial Parkway. The vehicle was unoccupied..

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Dot com they say a man has been arrested for planning a fourth of july terror attack in downtown cleveland fbi special agent in charge steven anthony says forty eight year old dimitrius pits was arrested following a months long investigation anthony said pets told an undercover agent last week of his desire to commit violence against the us had suggested words the effect i did tell myself that their their holiday is coming up before the july independence day what would what would hit them in the poor blow have a bomb blow up the fourth of july parade the white house is getting its team in place for the confirmation process for the president's next surpreme court pick white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders says that white house counsel don mcgann will lead the overall process spokesman russia's leaving the white house press office to work on the campaign for the president's confirmation of supreme court nominee the president has says he will announce his nominee to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy on the ninth the chairman of the gop the virginia gop has resigned john with bex resignation will take effect on july twenty first quinton kid political science professor at christopher newport university says it could impact the midterms they need the entire operation working well they need their candidate to do the right thing in the need to state party to be functioning at a high level and so having your party chair leave doesn't make any of that easier kid says it all comes down to the nuts and bolts of the parties campaigning apparatus that were established during whit beck tenure win delano on wwl and wwl dot com tell ya authorities say they found twelve teenage boys and their soccer coach alive in a cave where they had been stuck for more than a week correspondent mark phillips as the monsoon season and even made finding the boys more difficult a lot of these cases still underwater the water hasn't subsided and they'd been desperately trying to pump water out the last couple of days to tune of around about one point five million liters of our at one stage fair and still the water wasn't moving that much checking your money this hour the dow's down seventy two points the sp five hundred down six the nasdaq up ten wwl traffic and weather next wma y'all wants to send you run derby and the mlb.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"This is christopher newport university i go missing and they to this day still haven't been found to actually april tenth nineteen april two thousand eighteen now coming up we'll mark the thirtieth anniversary of their disappearance so they're never fouls so i assumption to say that the i'm gone but how they die we're not certain the car cases riding is found abandoned on the colonial parkway just a couple of miles away remarkably similar spot we're sister kathy douse car with sound so he's sound with articles of clothing inside but we're not sure how they got and then you lose to the fourth murder which is over labor day weekend making eighty nine in said daniel lower disappear off i sixty four which is a pretty major highway down richmond down towards virginia beach and that way they stopped at eastbound rest area and then they go missing oddly diego's car is found on the opposite side of the highway on other side sixty four there's a mirror image restaurant in cars sound going west downs if they were driving back in his rector travel they were headed to virginia beach yet in cars they were driving back up to amelia county virginia where they had started out and they will found six weeks later which nothing to get up sober nineteen eighty nine and they're found under an electric blanket which had been in daniel car and hundred find them in six weeks very very wet fall bodies are really badly decomposed and they actually have difficult time determining cause of death although alternately the vote for this this only in washington predictable exaggeration the natives firm that they found a knife marks on the bones so now now we're back to being probably he'll by knife so this this part what are you looking for for double homicide the sequence if it does vary the person people the experts tell me what they think happens is that he usually done to establish control over.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To be settled but if it's not settled then the of the republicans would go into the legislative session with one delegate short and so what the democrats rates so there's going to be a vested interest resolve this no reason why this is captured some much national attention is it's not just one vote to decide the district it's this one vote decides control of the state house the delegates here and there are two other district that are also in the middle of recounts that's true in in one of these districts they printed the wrong ballot for a part of the district said had the wrong house a delegate candidates listed and that it's going to be a slower litigation process ultimately will that election be certified really there's not much precedent for that here said we really don't know where that's going to go regional bit of coffers assistant director of the washing center for public policy a christopher newport university she's the author of the unprecedented 2016 presidential election and she is at the center of a local political race that has become national news thanks so much for joining us thank you so much for having me you're listening to all things considered from npr news it's five eighteen it's kqed public radio and i think we are all hoping someone was able to talk that person off the overpass by now uh and not the case i wish i had better news for you in san jose they're still dealing with that person they're the southbound six he connector a remains closed at the onetoone to eighty splits all that police activity as a traffic stop that to calibers boulevard also affecting south down 101 completely staff from lawrence expressway down to 280 as go to marin north 101 before central send reffell they're dealing with a two vehicle wreck there on the.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To the irs and expecting them to handle it with last money and even fewer employees he says that makes for a very difficult situation for the agency and for its employees and of course for tax payers one place with a lack of irs personnel might be most apparent is the agencies taxpayer help he added yet yet it it's going to be a nightmare jennifer mcmillan is with the national association of enrolled agents which represents tax preparers she says the irs couldn't keep up with all the calls from taxpayers seeking help with their returns last year many were kept waiting on hold for over an hour next year mcmillan expects lots of confusion with the new law people are going to be highly nam what have you how binary galling not only to find out what the implications could that might be i think a lot of people are going to be under the yeah i haven't met understanding and think that it's going to affect their filing of two thousand seventeen tax returns and then it's important to note many taxpayers won't notice all the new changes until they go to file their twenty eighteen taxes do an april twenty nine gene brian naylor npr news washington in the virginia house of delegates some dramatic reversals are proving true the old maxim every vote counts yesterday it seemed that control of the chamber rested on a single vote a recount gave the democratic challenger shelly simon's a one vote lead over republican incumbent david yancey the republicans challenged one ballot and this afternoon three judges agreed now the tally is an exact thai eleven thousand six hundred eight to eleven thousand six hundred eight the outcome of this race could determine which party controls the virginia house of delegates and here to talk with us about this is rachel bitter cough who teaches political science at christopher newport university in newport news virginia which is in the ninety four th district welcome to the.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the irs and expecting them to handle it with money and even fewer employees he says that makes for a very difficult situation for the agency and for its employees and of course for tax payers one place with a lack of irs personnel might be most apparent is the agencies taxpayer helpline yeah it's it's it's going to be a nightmare jennifer mcmillan is with the national association of enrolled agents which represents tax per terrors she says the irs couldn't keep up with all the calls from taxpayers seeking help with their returns last year many were kept waiting on hold for over an hour next year mcmillan expects lots of confusion with the new law people are going to be highly them what have you are going to be galling not only to find out what the implications of them might be i think a lot of people are going to be under the yeah i have a misunderstanding and think that it's going to affect their filing of two thousand seventeen patrick and that's important to note many taxpayers won't notice all the new changes until they go to file their twenty eighteen taxes do in april twenty nine gene brian naylor npr news washington in the virginia house of delegates some dramatic reversals are proving true the old maxim every vote counts yesterday it seemed that control of the chamber rested on a single vote a recount gave the democratic challenger shelly simon's a one vote lead over republican incumbent david yancey the republicans challenged one ballot and this afternoon three judges agreed now the tally is an exact thai eleven thousand six hundred eight to eleven thousand six hundred eight the outcome of this race could determine which party controls the virginia house of delegates and here to talk with us about this is rachel bid a cough or who teaches political science at christopher newport university in newport news virginia which is in the ninety four th district welcome to the program well thank you so much for having one at all i know you tell your dude and that political involvement is important in every vote counts boy have you ever seen anything like this yeah this is rarely sunday and for both of these candidates are very familiar with my classes nc in yale they both come in and do activities on campus and talk to.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the irs and expecting them to handle it with less money and even fewer employees he says that makes for a very difficult situation for the agency and for its employees and of course for tax payers one place with a lack of irs personnel might be most apparent is the agencies taxpayer helpline yes yeah it's it's it's going to be a nightmare jennifer mcmillan is with the national association of enrolled agents which represents tax preparers she says the irs couldn't keep up with all the calls from taxpayers seeking help with their returns last year many were kept waiting on hold for over an hour next year mcmillan expects lots of confusion with the new law people are going to be calling them watt federal i have people are going to be galling not only to find out what the implications of that might be i think a lot of people are going to be under the yeah i have an understanding and think that it's going to affect their filing of two thousand seventeen tax returns and then it's important to note many taxpayers won't notice all the new changes until they go to file their twenty 18 taxes do an april twenty nine gene bryant the alert npr news washington in the virginia house of delegates some dramatic reversals are proving true the old maxim every vote counts yesterday it seemed that control of the chamber rested on a single vote a recount gave the democratic challenger shelly simon's a one vote lead over republican incumbent david yancey the republicans challenged one ballots and this afternoon three judges agreed now the tally is an exact thai eleven thousand six hundred eight to eleven thousand six hundred eight the outcome of this race could determine which party controls the virginia house of delegates and here to talk with us about this is rachel bid a cough or who teaches political science at christopher newport university in newport news virginia which.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And am six thirty wpro yell list where washington comes to talk hubbard when i l news it four i'm marie on beef we are going to bring at least four trillion dollars back into this country money that was frozen overseas and in parts in worlds and some of them don't even like us and they had the money where they're not going to have the money long president trump speaking in the rose garden this afternoon following the passage of the republican tax reform bill he also paid tribute to senate republican whip who survived a gunman's attack in a baseball field steve scalise sees bravery that all of us oh boy i don't know he had a theater referee year than most of us but to hell of oil to lose weight steve you said it's not a good way we love you safe great job and you can watch the full ceremony on our facebook page wmal t see the virginia house raise down in newport news that ended with the democrat up by one vote is instead now ending in a thai thanks to our decision today from a panel of judges the judges took a close look at a bell if that was tossed out during the recount yesterday republican david gnc's team said that votes should count for him and a judge that argument and now counties not ballot and that means where to dead thai eleven thousand six away to eleven thousand six o8 christopher newport university political scientist rachel bitter coffer says democrats shelly simon's team a likely appeal this but if that tie stands oh working.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Day simon's says she was in all of the process and what can happen when democrats show up at the polls at i think victory really showed that when the nathan pays attention to states we're gonna made a lot of progress the loss is just one in a series of electoral blows for republicans in november virginia democrats turned out in huge numbers electing a new governor and decimating the gop super in the state legislature this just gives you a sense of how big the wave was in this last election quinton kid is a political science professor christopher newport university he says virginia hasn't had a split legislature since 1997 this is really going to be a test for both parties ability to work the wave voters want parties and politicians to work in those across lines and compromising there are still two recounts pending democrats are hoping they may even gain the majority making it possible for them to easily raise the minimum wage or expand medicaid but schonau herring chair of the house democratic caucus sees a chance for a bipartisanship on aren't them nitpick that we can actually be a model or the nation in a statement republican leaders say they're ready to govern alongside their colleagues votes in the race are expected to be certified later today for npr news i'm mallory no pain in richmond virginia and this is npr news it's eight forty one we've got a perspective up in just a couple of minutes but first joe has traffic latest problem marin county 101 south near freight us a crash the vehicles are on the shoulder but traffic is tight behind it down to ten fifteen miles an hour from now cio boulevard adedy south alvarado niles a collision might be in the middle lane slow traffic starts at whipple and it stays slow through fremont down to about south fremont boulevard with entity stras or accidents and that stretch at least not currently joe mcconnell for kqed joe's report brought to you by the golden state warriors.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Delegates split fifty fifty mallory no pain from member station wvtm has more going into the recount democrat shelly finance was short tan votes but after hours of meticulous work by election officials simon's pulled past her opponent republican dave the dnc by just one vote landslide shelly sounds great you can call me any bang just call me dellagha speaking with reporters at the end of the day simon's says she was in all of the process and what can happen when democrats show up at the polls and i think victory really showed that when the nathan pays attention to states we're gonna made a lot of progress the loss is just one in a series of electoral blows for republicans in november virginia democrats turned out in huge numbers electing a new governor and decimating the gop majority in the state legislature this just gives you a sense of how big the wave was in this last election quinton kid is a political science professor at christopher newport university he says virginia hasn't had a split legislature since 1997 this is really going to be a test for both parties ability to work the way voters want parties and politicians to work in those across lines and compromising there are still two recounts pending democrats are hoping they may even gain the majority making it possible for them to easily raise the minimum wage or expand medicaid but schonau herring chair of the house democratic caucus sees a chance for bipartisanship earn aren't olympic that we can actually be a model for other nations in a statement republican leaders say they're ready to govern alongside their colleagues votes in the race are expected to be certified later today for npr news i'm mallory no pain in richmond virginia mrs npr news it's six forty one a good time to.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The world safer the take away from your piece in your reporting seems to be that there were there were just more tradeoffs involved in this deal than the public knew about roy it is somewhat ironic i think you know that in their efforts to make the world a safer place i have no doubt that that that they have the best of intentions going forward with this they did allow a group that was a regionallyfocussed militia slash political organization with a terrorist wing to become a much more wealthy global criminal organization that has a lot of money that can now be used to bankroll terrorist and military actions around the world to mayer a senior investigative reporter for politico his story is out now around election time you often hear that every vote counts it it's rare that turns out to be literally true however republicans have lost control of virginia state house after a recount in a race with a winning democrat got eleven thousand six hundred eight votes and her opponent got eleven thousand six hundred and seven votes now the virginia house of delegates a split fifty fifty mallory no pain from member station wvtm has more going into the recount democrat shelly finance was short tan votes but after hours of meticulous work by election officials simon's pulled past her opponent republican david yancey by just one vote i think landslides selis than's ranked you can call me anything just call me delegate speaking with reporters at the end of the day simon's says she was in all of the process and what can happen when democrats show up at the polls at i think victory really showed that when the nathan pays attention to stave we're gonna made a lot of progress the loss is just one in a series of electoral blows for republicans in november virginia democrats turned out in huge numbers electing a new governor and decimating the gop super majority in the state legislature this just gives you a sense of how big the wave was in this last election quinton kid is a political science professor at christopher newport university he says virginia hasn't he had a split legislature since nineteen seven this is really going to be a test for both parties ability to work the way voters want parties and politicians to work and that is across lines in compromising there are still two recounts pending democrats are hoping they may even gain the majority.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Of isis a threat can't ignore we are expecting him in just a bit but in the meantime as i mentioned serious goingson in parts of the country although i do believe it's been packaged in a rather bizarre way are mm i'm taking a look at this so one piece postively was mark fisher sank democrats sinn trump and trumpism a firm our message with election night thrashing goes on to say that the ralph northants those decisive victory in the virginia governor's race delivers democrats a much needed win a jolt the momentum heading into next year's congressional elections and a taste of the potential uh that could be generated from president trump's historic unpopularity and then he subsequently goes on to point out where he sort of in contradiction with himself and when he goes on the right northants triumph along with upset victories by democrats over republican incumbent in the state legislature march voters first major repudiation of the trump administration but as the peace also points out no republican has won a statewide seat since two thousand nine so it leaves scratching your head of how howard victories in virginia in example of national rejection of trump how is that howard victories in virginia in any way shape or form an example of a sort of national rejection of trump he goes on to write cool eight east quoting others odds the clinton kid lose some from of the watson center for public policy research he's we are seeing something extraordinary something even the northen campaign never anticipated a phenomenal ta should of trump and trump is up said clinton studies virginia politics and runs the wazzan center for public policy christopher newport university in newport news quote these democratic wins or in the hillary district those districts that have republican legislators what went for clinton last year this is the democrats dream come true unquote a.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Stewart a native of minnesota has also been running on a theme of preserving southern heritage making multiple statements opposing the removal f confederate monuments glaspie for his part has been walking a delicate line when it comes to trump neither denouncing nor fully embracing the president here's how oh he answered a question from a reporter for the washington d c news station nbc four and that whether he wants trump support if he's the party's nominee for governor i wanna have everyone will come in and help you know this is going to be a tough race in so obviously help from president trump vice president pence mapping out of all the help i can get while he has us if santeuil lead in the gop primary republicans may face an uphill general election battle in virginia the only southern state that democrat hillary clinton won in 2016 political scientist clinton kid of christopher newport university says successful republicans have to bring together divergent factions of the party while appealing to new transplants from outside the state especially in the washington dc suburbs and along the coast there simply aren't enough republicans in virginia left who care about the things that virginians cared about conservative virginia's cared about in the nineteen 50s 60s southern hair cultural issues issues related to race and ethnicity kit says that's no longer the virginia of today and certainly not of the future voters from both major parties will choose their nominees on june thirteen sarah maccammon npr news virginia.

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"christopher newport university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 4 years ago

"christopher newport university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For his part has been walking a delegate line when it comes to trump neither denouncing nor fully embracing the president hears how he answered a question from a reporter for the washington dc news station nbc four about whether he wants trump support if he's the party's nominee for governor i wanna have everybody's lov out me come in and help you know this is going to be a tough race in so obviously help from president trump vice president pence i'm happy to have all the help by can get while he has us a substantial lead in the gop primary republicans may face an uphill general election battle in virginia the only southern state that democrat hillary clinton won in 2016 political scientist quinton kid of christopher newport university says successful republicans have to bring together divergent factions of the party while appealing to new transplants from outside the state especially in the washington dc suburbs and along the coast there simply aren't enough republicans in virginia left who care about the things that virginians cared about conservative virginia's cared about in the nineteen 50s 60s southern heritage cultural issues issues related to race and ethnicity kids says that's no longer the virginia of today and certainly not of the future voters from both major parties will choose their nominees on june thirteen sarah maccammon npr news virginia be you're listening to wnyc british prime minister theresa may called a snap election for today but cheese made some political missteps too i think the presentation for mrs my hasn't been very good uttered whereas conveyed but it's not gonna be a landslide we go to the uk hey after news headlines tonight partly cloudy then queering a currently sixty three degrees at seven thirty we were at your very worse in the europa fearful a long of going rogue doesn't even cover he slowly within that you may an manner deals viviard the next step dutchman and pragmatism the judge sleep telling beat and that is not on 939 dug in y c wnyc is supported by nj pack the gypsy kings bring their blended flamenco guitars and south american rhythms to nj pack on june twenty nice and the beacon.

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