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"county board supervisors" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"For staffing versus volunteers so they can keep it open at 32 degrees, because more than likely it was just 32 degrees a couple days ago, and it's no. May 2nd I know. Yeah. Hello, Mother Nature. I mean, when he definitely gonna be a challenge. But you know, our main thing was we don't feel we didn't feel like this should fall on our backs. And we didn't feel like it should fall in Saint bends. And you know this is all voluntary off the heart and that was kind of the point of us Protest. Ng was The city and the county in the state in the nation need to stand up on say, we're not going to let people freeze to death in the richest country in the world. We're not going to let people freeze it up on. That was kind of the point of US protest ng to get the doors open at 32 degrees. So in our mind, this is just the first step and and think that the first step went very well. Yeah, it's a big first. What about on the opposite side? You know, obviously we have more days that are very cooled than more days that are very hot. But in the event we have You know, ridiculously hot weather hot and humid. Do they open their doors to couple repairs of the breach? They're actually a day shelter. Okay, so they're usually typically open. I think it's six days a week on. I think they actually extended their hours last year when we had some really hot days. But there are a couple other places, too, that we're opening their doors specifically, because yeah, it's heatstroke. Weather s O. They were opening their doors to make sure people who come in and our friends are very resourceful. They know which restaurants are going to be okay with him coming in there. They know they can ride the bus around all day long if they need to. So you know they're They're very resourceful, but we just feel like it's our place is humans to make sure that there's a place with the ceiling and a roof and its doors open. Basic can come in here and not night from the weather. Right? Right, right. What about in the way of education? Uh, I think a lot of the education that we offer to the community is through our awareness efforts. We have a very large Facebook group following. Um and one of our things is, you know, we like to post about about what happens on the streets. Okay s so we like to educate people to be more empathetic and, you know, more considerate. And just just he's just a human. You know, some people approach us like How do I talk to this guy That's living on the corner by me. You walk up and you say hi and dignity. How you doing? You know he's a person like anybody Huge, right? Yeah, right. Yeah. And didn't you guys have some event where you are sleeping in the park? What's that about? We, um We have an annual 48 hour of homelessness. So this last year we stayed in Zeidler Park down on fourth and Michigan for over 48 hours. We turned it into a fundraiser, and we got a new bus from it. So that was pretty awesome, But so what? Do you use the bus for them, So the bus is what we use for the mobile outreach. Okay, so the mobile resource is our bus. Okay, pulled out some seats We've put in some shelving, and it's all organized with a different size clothing in different hygiene items, So when they're asking for it, we're just able to grab put it in the bag and Not only that, I mean the 47 nights that the shelters were open. They're not accessible to everybody. So we were held every every night when it was 20 degrees or below, and we were transporting everybody in our bosses to the warming rooms. We transported 503 individuals this winter to a warming room, and part of that is there you know, there's a concentration of warming rooms downtown. That one in the South side. Okay. You know, in the year before we had our warming room on the South side, and we had almost 100 people there every single night average between 17 100 so for them to get downtown and back You know, some of them downtown to some of them is a whole different world away. Yeah. The Busses are vital. Yeah, they're vital to our mission yet. What do you ever have a situation where somebody doesn't want to go? Um, yeah. I mean, sometimes, um, they may have been traumatized and they just not comfortable in that type of situation. Um, the year before, when we were when we ran across a few people that absolutely refused. You know, we're not too concerned about why we're more concerned about saving their life. In that moment, We'll get to the wise later. But we've actually taken people and put them in a hotel room of their own. Just to make sure that they were not going to freeze to death. Yeah, Yeah. And then you wonder why not reach out to organizations like the Pfister and the Hyatt and Yeah, if they have rooms that happened to be vacant You know, why wouldn't you make them available To me? That just against seems like a no brainer. But that's Yeah, that's maybe that's not some people. I don't know. Yeah, I'm sure there might be other things going with that. I mean, not to make it sound like it's so easy, but very much like a solution. You know, it's There's there's several reasons that people on the streets you know that. I mean, there's so many different reasons that that's a big question we get asked is, Why are people homeless on bits? Just a multitude of reasons. Homelessness does not discriminate. You know, we've known people that were born in the suburbs that are homeless. We've known people that were born in the city that are homeless of all races of all ages. All genders, so they may just be a moment in time to write. You know, it might just be. Maybe they're in between jobs or you know, so yeah, it's not our place to judge the meeting for the cold Blue resolution. One of the county board supervisors began to speak, and he began to tear up and he shared with the entire room that he himself was homeless. And I think the whole room just gasped because it's it made it so real. And he's now a business owner. He's no one elected official. And I think in that moment it gave us such hope. That you know, Some of our friends can come out on this other side and we can be there to guide them. Yeah, so that's important to us. Do you ever have people saying you know this is a choice? You know, I choose this. I could. I do have money where I could go somewhere. But I choose this. We hear that, Um, I've yet to believe it, okay? You know, I think that's kind of I'm fine. I can take care of myself. I'm a strong, big boy. You know, I think I will be broken down those barriers over time, and they're thriving in their homes. We've met a few that are I'm fine. I don't need your help. I don't need anything from you. And now they're thriving in their homes. And it's instead of what you doing bothering me. It's I love you. I miss you. You know that's an amazing transformation. Watch. That's wonderful. Well, cash. There's so much to do. You guys are like the Energizer bunnies. But how can we help both from an individual standpoint and corporations as well? Um, if you want, Oh, direct yourselves to our Web sites. We have lots of opportunities on there for from volunteer opportunities to the different in kind donations that we need. Um, And of course, we can always use monetary funding. We've we've grown. To a point that the organization we've come to a pivotal point in our growth and we're ready to transform from being an all volunteer base organization to needing full time staff. So that's kind of what we're focusing on. No, we just just got our first facility. We're super excited about that. Wonderful. Congratulations. Thank you. Super created. The last four years was spent working out of our storage units in our home, So Yeah, and I think it's important just to get the ask out there. You know, I think I had sent you I don't know why I.
"county board supervisors" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And Justice says a fight apparently broke out around 5 30, leaving one woman dead and several others wounded. Around the same time we started getting called people being dropped off or driven. Into hospitals around the valley and other medical facilities around the valley that also had gunshot with justice says At this point, the dead woman has not been identified. Detectives are interviewing several witnesses to find out what caused the shooting. Currently no one in custody. Anyone with information is asked to call the Phoenix Police Department. John Roller Katya, our new Maricopa County Board supervisors have canvass the 2020 general election. Certifying the results that they are accurate and provided a full accounting of all the ballots cast in the election in the midst of a pandemic. More than two million Ah historic 80.5 of Maricopa County voters cast a ballot in the general election, including a record breaking 1.1 million voters who visited America Opa County Vote Center. Or a ballot Dropbox. All right out to the roadways right now. Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic center. Here is Josh K Wreck remains North Bend on the 17th at Thunderbird Road. This one block in a couple of lane's use caution as you come through the area than south bound on state route 51 the transition ramp to the westbound 10 partially blocked because of a crash off the freeways. Police activity is shutting down T them Boulevard between Pinnacle Peak and Joe Max. This report is sponsored by indeed dot com If you need to hire you need indeed you instantly get a list of quality candidates from indeed resume database.
"county board supervisors" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Coming up a little bit later on this hour. We're going to provide Cem Cem. Truth and facts from the New York Post Me of an article here of this is why Jacob Blake had a warrant out for his arrest that led to the riots and violence taking place in Wisconsin on then, from Powerlineblog John Hinder Rocker basically just covers the story of what happened last week. When a memo was released. With regard to George Floyd and how he potentially may have died. And we're gonna give this to you. You do what you want with it, But you're not hearing this enough from other sources. And these are flash points, especially George Floyd. And certainly what happened with Jacob Jacob Blake thes air flash points that have led to violence around the country. Before any type of due process could end up taking place. Trump did address yesterday his visit to Wisconsin at the White House press briefing scheduled to come to data toward the damage meet with law enforcement. The Wisconsin governor, Tony Evers. Said the president, a letter urging him not to come saying the visible only delay our work to overcome division and move forward together. Mercedes Slap A joins us on the show. Good morning, Mercedes. Thank you so much for joining us. Let's let's be honest here. They don't want Trump coming to Wisconsin to tour the damage and talk to law enforcement because that Doesn't help in their gas lighting that all the riots are the president's fault. Yeah, there's no keeper. First of all, Thank you for the applause that I don't get too much applause, right? No, of course they don't want him going to Wisconsin. I think you know the governor is saying made the comments. Democrat Governor basically saying pretty much Hey away. We need to be on. But you know it is the president's responsibility. As you know, Not only are our leader and someone who's there to heal our nation. To go see the law enforcement who have had to deal and that deal with the stress of the rioters. Looters have destroyed these businesses, many of them minority businesses, and also meet with the citizens. Have been impacted by the loss of their businesses because of the dry it. And it was interesting with seven of these county board supervisors who wrote a letter to the president saying, Please come We need you to come be with us to see the destruction to know that you are here to help us get through this very difficult time in our country and let's remember it was because the president urged the governor to say Take our federal assistance. Let's deploy the National Guard that we're seeing peace in Kenosha. This very different than what we're seeing in places like Portland, where the riots continued day night after night. Well, the blatant hypocrisy. I mean, my gosh, Mercedes. We could spend the next two hours just the two of us talking commercial free about the hypocrisy coming fromthe left. In in so many different ways. But specifically when it comes to these, the violence taking place in the cities, you pointed it out, not pointed out. Also again, you know the any finger pointing it, Trump It's ridiculous in light of the fact that all the leaders in these particular places rejected Trump's help s O. I mean, it really is. Let me back up here. I'm filibustering a bit. But let me just make this point that I want to get your thoughts on. This kind of came to the conclusion this morning looking at all the hypocrisy and and all of the double talk of the double standards taking place in the country right now, and I realize we're just This is the end game to Election day. They can get away with this, at least in their minds, in my opinion, because they know there's an expiration date. It's called Election Day. That's right and the left wing agitators. I mean, they're clearly aligned with the Democratic parties. And I think that the mere fact that it took Joe Biden to look at his falling poll numbers and the fact that he was silent. In in in condemning the violence for a very long time. He called these riot rioters peaceful protesters. He attacked our law enforcement by saying that they soak the fires of division. I mean, it just shows you the fact that Joe Biden is so weak that he would basically appease the left wing agitators and all of a sudden he saw shift in his language just yesterday. But this isn't star contract to President Trump, who has been receiving endorsement after endorsement from the Law Enforcement Association. Just yesterday, the president got an endorsement from the national Troopers coalition it represents over 40,000 state troopers. I mean, these guys they're done. They're tired of being demonized and the president stands by their side in ensuring that the police officers have the resources they need to deal. With this violence on the street. We want the policemen to be able to do their jobs, as opposed to seeing the chaos on the death that we've seen in several of these cities. And the amount of I say ancillary support, But the amount of support that is coming from the organization or organizations. You spoke about you. You talked about a moment ago in Wisconsin, those those council members that Encouraged to trump to come and visit today we had six mayor's, you know, and you know, here in Minnesota who are Democrats? Who, you know who endorsed to Trump during a pence visit Onda Geun. You highlighted it before Mercedes slap, but I'll repeat it because it's it's relevant. The only reason why the less even talking about the violence right now is because Joe Biden's poll numbers have just completely collapsed in the wake of Wolfie, the DNC and the RNC. And now it's just it's pure desperation mode and chaos from now until November. Yeah, that's right, And you brought up the six mayors and I think it's fast. Maybe they did write a letter and it said basically that we don't recognize the Democratic Party. It's moved. So far to the left that can no longer claim to be advocates of the working class. You know, I thought the letter was very telling. We didn't choose to leave the Democratic Party. The party left us. And it talks about the fact that it's not just about not focusing on the working class, but also in ensuring that we can keep our community safe. And I think maybe I mean many Minnesota Minneapolis in itself. Was that experiment of crazy? I don't know how you people. I don't even know how you think I buy me a resident of Minneapolis. I would move out of there. The mere fact that they said that they would stand the boat loop forward to stand. The police. Treat the police like they're the enemy is outrageous. And I think that what you're starting to see our people leaving these urban areas. They don't feel safe and and getting to a point where their date they move. I mean, they're moving states were saying obviously people clean New York City because of the increase in crime. What the Democrats owned this. Joe Biden owns thes Democrat mayors who are basically, uh, leading the cities are allowing for the chaos. And I just think at one point what you've seen is when the president has gotten involved when they've deployed the National Guard. We've seen a movement towards stopping this violence and ensuring that these communities are safe and these businesses are safe. We were just we had gone to the president's speech. That night. Thursday night when Rand Paul got assaulted. We were trying to figure out how we were going to get out of there safely. Then we drove around the city they had boarded up all the shopping centers near that area. Just think about the amount of stress that these businesses are feeling within the cities. Because they know that they could be looted at any time that the riots can happen at any time. There's no way that creates any stability in our cities. Mercedes Slap senior advisor to the Trump campaign. Thanks so much for times great speaking with you, plus love it, love it. Hopefully we'll talk to you get a real suit next on justice. And Drew were going to give you the truth behind some of the flash points of the violence and the riots taking place why Jacob Plate had a warrant out for his arrest. Who killed George Floyd, Powerlineblog and John Hinder rocker and waits. Just wait until you hear the change in how police Can use in Minneapolis What is considered a use of force in and.
"county board supervisors" Discussed on Vicki McKenna
"Gatherings, churches funerals, you name it the right again to enter buildings in the that there has been identified outbreak by the way outbreak is also included in this ordinance, just communicable disease, but outbreak well, there's all kinds of outbreaks out there folks, and if you take a look at the list that the state of Wisconsin has provided in terms of. Eggs, there are plenty of outbreaks that occur that are not substantially going to affect people, outside and immediate and small group and yet Jefferson County would give itself the authority to enact these coney in rules which essentially suspend constitutional rights entirely. For, the purpose of controlling quote and outbreak, what if the outbreak is Clemencia? which is a sexually transmitted disease? Does Jefferson. County want to confer upon itself the Authority to investigate the spread of a sexually transmitted disease. How does it plan to do that? The flu does Jefferson County now want to execute this coney. Thirty to investigate the spread of the flu could then take quote reasonable and effective measures to contain the spread of the flu or of Columbia. What's it GonNa, do what is going to ban people from having sex without a condom. Is it going to force people to have flu vaccinations? We don't know. But counties across Wisconsin are doing things like Jefferson Jefferson. County is one of the worst I've seen and actually blows my mind. It's coming from Jefferson County. You would think this. is something coming from Dane County I'm GonNa. Take a quick break here. We'll be right back. This is the Vicki McKenna show. Hey, it's Mickey McKenna for Pella Windows and doors of Wisconsin. We'll have you been craving. Fresh air and sunshine I bet you after months of being cooped up, you have been while Pella. Windows and doors of Wisconsin is making fresh air and sunshine, easy, beautiful and affordable. You can now replace those. 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To Your County board supervisor wherever you live in the listening audience and ask demand information about this, because in Jefferson, county the one I'm looking at here which by the way includes thirty days in jail, and a five hundred dollar fine for failure to comply I. Mean imagine the empowered Karen's and let's be clear here. covid nineteen is not disappearing. Kobe nineteen likely makes a comeback in the fall. Because one of the things that is, that is making it. That me, allergist anticipate making this less severe right now is the fact that we're all outdoors. Outdoors, we're outdoors spread apart. It's same thing happens with the Monja things happen to happens with the flu. Same things happen. It happens with cold when you get outdoors when it gets warmer, these these these types of communicable diseases spread more slowly. They don't spread as readily so once you all we all get packed back in into our little human happy trails. Expected to come back and that's when these ordinances will then be executed. I've got Joe on the phone from Dodge County Dodge County. Has Tabled Their Ordinance Joe What happened how to Dodge County decide to table the ordinance. World. supervisor's all were meeting and they. Had their. Spokesperson, I don't know from the state or whatever where she exactly was from going over all these proposals on how the ordinance who should be written? And so. You know there's there's is three hundred three hundred fifty people That were all gathered outside telling them you know as a group. You know, vote. No, he on-. Once the started hearing. All the proposals and everything, and once you got on with her thing. We have among Sri of having a number of the county board supervisors that have commonsense, so yeah, they also. Have the knowledge of our rights and our liberties and everything else. That's the that was mentioned a number of times when they were starting to ask question so so joe. The simple answer I think is three hundred to three hundred fifty people showed up. People showed up so this couldn't be done without people knowing about it, and so those county board supervisors were forced to confront their constituents. That's the point here, folks a friend of mine who lives in Lake, Mills emailed me on Jefferson County and said I emailed my county board supervisor and it was the first contact had. First contact on this, because hardly anybody knows about it, and so, what's what's going on at good for Dodge County because I understand that there were some activated citizens in Dodge County, that put up a facebook page and got people alerted to this one. A one other thing that was mentioned by a number of the only board was that they were inundated with phone calls. Previous or prior to the meeting. Thank you Charles Girl. and. There was like I, said those people that were flying the American flag. There was in I mean there is a bunch of people out thought that. They had signs and letting them know that. We think that that is you know. Crazy! Enough find finest I guess out. Of the other things is, these people are not well prepared in there. You know arguments or whatever because I didn't catch the name some lady was. The public health officer of the city of Beaver dam. And so I did my checking and City of assured him does not even have a public health officer so there spouting off things. They really don't know you know talking about when you take them to question on like this. The you know, give you this. You tell by the sound of their voice. It's like I'm smarter than what you are I. Know Better than what you attitude and just gotTa. Stand their face basically and don't let them get by with the intimidation crap. Thank you for calling I. appreciate it because you said three things one show up to email and make phone calls three. Don't back down. Make an I should say four four. Make them answer questions. Make them answer questions so Dodge County tabled its health ordinance as I understand Marathon County. We talked about that crazy one that was going to actually assess twenty five thousand dollar finds. They tabled at why because people showed up. Jefferson Cownie now. It's on you because this. One in Jefferson County allows a health officer to seize people from their homes..
"county board supervisors" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Were principally SO in good afternoon governor two quick questions if I may the LA County Board supervisors just pointed inspector general back to take a look at the problem in the system living homes does that continue to be a major concern for you throughout the state and my second question is you looked around and saw all the people enjoying themselves are you worried that perhaps there may be a spike and and all of your your plants will be coal will have to take a backseat at some point yeah I know both very thoughtful questions inappropriate questions to this moment above things are of top concern that we go back to some sense of normalcy with amnesia that we forget the past we forget the fact that we're making a mark of shame in this country that hundred thousand souls have lost their lives that they spend data continues that we're seeing positive number of cases increase not decrease even though we're seeing stability here in the state of California and positivity rates holding strong that doesn't mean we're out of out of this things behind us and that or out of the woods yet and quite the contrary what has made the difference a we believe in the state of California was moving swiftly and acting with a sense of urgency I understand whole mortar and people practicing physical distance in social distancing at scale that we believe led to the stabilization to lead to the stabilization obviously were fearful as people begin to mix people start to congregate together the haven't congregated together that you have few cases flare ups I am transmission that increases and that puts Norma's pressure particularly in some communities in the state that are vulnerable to a modest increase in case load many some of the rural parts of the state and they don't have the hospitalization resources the ventilators I don't have the people and the personal protective gear those are parts of the state were particularly concerned about and will maintain a sense of vigilance as relates to our focus accordingly we're gonna maintain vigilance with regard to.
"county board supervisors" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Only yes good afternoon governor two quick questions if I may the LA County Board supervisors just wanted an inspector general that could take a look at the problem in the system living homes does that continue to be a major concern throughout the state and my second question is you looked around and saw all the people enjoying themselves are you worried that perhaps there may be a spike and and all of your your plants will be coal will have to take a backseat at some point yeah I know both very thoughtful questions inappropriate questions to this moment both things are of top concern that we go back to some sense of normalcy with amnesia that we forget the past we forget the fact that we're making a mark of shame in this country that hundred thousand souls have lost their lives that this pandemic continues that we're seeing positive number of cases increase not decrease even though we're seeing stability here in the state of California and positivity rates holding strong that doesn't mean we're out of out of this things behind us and that or out of the woods yet and quite the contrary what has made the difference a we believe in the state of California was moving swiftly and acting with a sense of urgency on or stay at home order and people practicing physical distance in social distancing at scale that we believe led to the stabilization to lead to the stabilization obviously were fearful as people begin to mix people start to congregate together that haven't congregated together that you have few cases flare ups and transmission that increases and diet puts Norma's pressure particularly in some communities in the state that are vulnerable to a modest increase in case load many some of the rural parts of the state they don't have the hospitalization resources the ventilators I don't have the people in the personal protective gear those are parts of the state were particularly concerned about and will maintain a sense of vigilance.
"county board supervisors" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis
"I. Don't want out this one particular lawmaker just yet, but I know of a lawmaker that was very upset. A Pima County did yesterday because and now there's just utter confusion. That's happening utter confusion. That now here we go, it says I'm looking at is proclaimed in order to effective immediately. Asked up and right now. Wellness sip went wellness slash symptom checks including temperature checks where possible. For All restaurant, personnel vendors contractors third party delivery Service Work Service workers, as they arrive on premises and before opening of a restaurant. So if you're meet Guy Right. You're meet guy shows up. And he's got ninety nine point to what is by the way what is one hundred point four. What is it? Maybe they're going to have a little bit warmer temperature because we one hundred ten degrees outside outside soon. They're hustling. What is it? There could be so many reasons why you have a temperature. Are you kidding me right now? What exactly does that according to a restaurant owner that I saw in K. gun nine. He said we gotta keep all this stuff logged. Of when we cleaned the bathrooms. I'm not kidding you. Keep it logged and send it to the county and also put it up online. This is what they're doing here. So where are these so-called phenomenal right? Phenomenal Republican lawmakers that are going to make sure that these people don't suffer. We restaurants are going broke as it is. What exactly are they supposed to do here? It is in this post documentation, cleaning logs, online, and at the entrance, documenting cleaning of all public areas inclusive of countertops door handles waiting areas, etc, at least every two to three hours. They got posted. Online ended the entrance. This is what they're doing. Indoor occupancy limited to fifty percent or lower unless six foot, physical distance standards can be achieved with higher occupancy, so it's not less than fifty percent, it says two different things clearly marked six foot spacing markings at entrances, restrooms, and any other location with Jim or pool where patrons may congregates. So. They're gonNA. Have to stand on the on the XS. Every six feet apart. Get outta here. I love this to. The Pima, county board supervisors hereby adopts the following temporary measures. Applicable to all public slash semi, public pools, gyms fitness centres. They got the wellness checks all this stuff. They WANNA make sure. That the the lounge chairs. Are Six feet apart what if your family? You tell me I got a six feet from my kid. Not Complaining, don't get me wrong. There's actually might be something I can use. Hey, he got six feet from kid your problem. No, I, mean, what are you? What are you supposed to do? Don't take. Easier said than done what I mean this. This is what this. Nobody even knows what to do and mind you. Let me just throw this in there again and I put this on my facebook page. I believe if not I. Will I retweeted it? Yesterday was reported. Pima County has met the the CDC Fourteen Day downward trajectory of positive versus total tests. Fourteen Day downward trajectory. We win. We're doing well. The only other county in Arizona do this as Greenlee. There are thirty two days thirty two days. We're fourteen is we are doing a phenomenal job? It is not a threat down here like this. It's not. And yet these dopes on the pima. County Supervisory Board Not Aleck Miller and Steve Christie the three Democrat dopes. We are doing great. They've probably been no. This is actually happening. I mean you got a guy like I. Didn't the I tried to get the video I was told about there's it didn't work though, but apparently toward the end of it. Ramon valid as AKA Ramoro invalid as. Looked at Dr Garcia with the Health Department. And said. Is this virus gone? Are. We done with this virus? Are we done with this virus? Or. We done with this virus. Or me as well. Eggs. We don't want the flu vaccine. Do. Disavow dealing with this is what we're dealing with. These people were more on valid as Sharon the driver. And then you have the other one who's now in for the late dicamba Elias. They have no idea what it's like to even run a business, and they're making the rules for businesses. I'm confused by reading this I think I'm a kind of a smart guy. I'm biased, but on a smart guy. There's got to be lawsuits over. This gotTA. GET LAWYERS SUCKS YOU'RE GONNA. Lose money that way again. Let's go to bill real. Quick Bill Welcome to canister the hello. Good Morning, Gary I thank you for taking my call. You know whether we're talking about the Flynn debacle or the corona virus fiasco, these events just served to emphasize that political adage that elections have consequences and when we lend idiots and sick offense. It's like weeds in the yard. You'll let one in overnight. The lawn is covered with them. Because that elected official then hires fifty or one hundred subordinates who are just like themselves, and the result is tyranny and tyrannical rules and regulations, so I hope every Arizona restaurant owner, the patrons, all the residents in this great state pay attention during this next cycle and vote good people in and vote the, idiots out. I bless you. Thank you very much for the phone. Call Bill you are! You're right. We have these fools of Regina Romero all the actual data? She says the data doesn't show as she. She likes to fight English and social distancing from. The data doesn't show that we should open up. It's too soon. Actually we're doing great. We're doing the data actually shows. We're doing great I'd like to know what data that Dope Regina Ramiro was seeing. What is that data? Do you even know spilled data? It's data by the way. Data from Long Island data. Oregon Data Oregon. So what what it is just beyond confusing as to what is is actually happening here. All the study. You know it's just an update cleaning. Clean the countertop go online and say I mean. This is so stupid. What these people that that Tucson and pima county have elected so enjoy it and elections have consequences I mean that's why you need to vote out you know. At least one of these Democrats is upcoming cycle and the supervisory board. They are literally killing business I mean they are. They are destroying business it is. It is insane. What is going on? We'll get more of your calls. On this eight zero K S Eight, eight, zero, five, six, seven eight. It makes no sense and again I'm waiting for Ducey. I'm waiting for. Brnovich waiting for someone a state lawmaker. This is why you get paid. You chose to do this. You're supposed to do something about it. Where are you? Oh then get the hell out. Somebody else do it. This is insane war coming up. Don't go.
"county board supervisors" Discussed on AP News
"Papers filed by his lawyers. His team argues he had devoted his career to his country and taking responsibility for an uncharacteristic error in judgment the arguments Accu echo, those special counsel, Robert Muller's office who last week said that Flynn cooperation was so extensive. He was entitled to avoid prison when he is sentenced next week for lying to the FBI. President Trump has a contentious White House meeting in front of the media. How democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer AP saga megani? Reports was an extraordinary display disputes over everything from shutting down the government last time. Chuck, you shut it. They don't know no to whether the president's demand for border wall money can pass that is you do not have in the house this. It was all in full view. Of cameras and reporters debating, the president said there's nothing wrong with being transparent and noted they are together on one thing. I think we all agree. We need one. Good. We get along steal the bickering continued until reporters were kicked out before what became a half hour private meeting. Thank you very much saga megani at the White House. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell tells reporters he remains optimistic a final funding Bill will make it in the law before the shutdown deadline sort of hoping for a Christmas miracle here that we'll have a level of cooperation that we don't normally have in getting bills across the French interior minister says three people are dead and twelve others have been wounded in an attack on the Christmas market in the city of Strasbourg, the minister adds it more than three hundred police officers are looking for the shooting suspect who may have been wounded exchange of gunfire with troops who were providing security at that market. This is AP radio news. Massive cost of the cleanup from recent California wildfires yesterday is it will cost at least three billion dollars to clear debris from the three wildfires. That's more than the record. One point three billion spent just last year. Cal fire director, Ken Pimlott says times changed folks can say what they want to say. But when firefighters are living climate change there. It's staring them in the face every day. Tim, lots says the campfire in northern California burned. Unlike anything they've seen before he will have in some cases minutes to notice residents about the potential for a fire spreading and the need for evacuation. The cleanup from these fires is expected to start next month in California and take about a year to complete. I'm Ed Donahue, despite the record setting fires this year. Los Angeles County board supervisors has approved a nineteen thousand home construction project in an undeveloped area in the fire.
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"Brad. Appreciate your body experience against. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. We're talking about how they start certifying these elections and available in these certification business across the country. But even here in San Diego County, some weird things happen when they said count, the other provisionals and all that I mean Sam Abed who's been mayor in Escobedo for like forever. Missed it by that much of is that close when people say, oh, the votes don't count my vote doesn't count yet. Does some of these local elections was the weirdest election? Jingles John eagles at well. One of the weirdest one. The state board of equalization Joel Anderson who's been mistakes Senator for long time. He's term limited out at some point. I believe he'll run again as he did for a little bit of time for the seat now held by day and Jacob he was going to challenge or a couple of years ago. That's not working. Well, I don't think I'll run for the board of equalization. Which is a boring sounding job, and it has to do with where the tax revenue goes and all of that. And it's an important job. So the middle of that he announces he's running for that the Democrats in Sacramento decide to change that. And they make it less enticing for the job while you're kind of maybe waited for other job. So it was already redefined like all circle pick this one. And then this Mike Schafer runs against them. The Democrats guy who's eighty years old kind of a gadfly more power to him. He's energetic eighty we should all be that wave Ryan based kind of a comedian and all that he won. Mean it's not like, you know, there was something up with that either. It's the bunch of last minute, you know, the union operators go out there, not not taken away from the rank and file the unions. They're great men and women. I Trump might have lemon deal. But it's the the front office the union bosses who've done that time and time again through the years they've done this in the Chicago area. Right was growing up back in New York but election day ago, MRs Fernley, thank you so much for being a strong unit family, and we've made it easy for you today. You don't have to relieve vote. We've taken care of it. You sit back on the couch. Watch your vote count. Yeah. Like seven times. What about your husband? Well, he's dead. Well, we've already voted for him too. So that's worry. Not you just sit back, relax. We'll take it from here. But I don't want to do it that way. So you like a kneecaps way. So obviously somebody along the way thought well since I'm gonna fill out or someone was filling out I'm not saying necessarily fraudulent, but the questions it cannot be that every time you dumping the provisionals. The Democrats win every time that is just not really logical feasible. The Mark, of course, it is. I don't believe it's California. So the fourth district state board of equalization Joel Anderson ends up with forty five point six of the vote all the precincts reporting. Now, this is all certified came down yesterday. Anderson at four hundred forty four thousand ninety five the winner, though is the democrat bike Schafer who really doesn't want the job. I don't think. Five hundred twenty nine thousand votes. Joel Anderson do his name recognition has a great track record in the state Senate and the assembly and a couple of years from now hill run for Diane Jacobs. She'll be term limited out. And that's where the fun begins. Wait till next time. Because next time. Yeah. This is a presidential election, which might attract your interest. But the San Diego County board supervisors is a change in getting like it is down at San Diego city hall now after Lorie Zapf got beaten by the democrat that nobody can remember right crucial spa. Myrtle. Cole democrat gets beaten by her former staffer, Monica Montgomery, also democrat, so they already had that he'd, but it's now more liberal than it was more reliably union bosses friendly. Yeah. The supermajority majority. And so it's announced supermajority, so they have the six votes. Although I understand that a couple of people in the mix there are not necessarily happy with unions. And some cases I believe the democrat the is the one I think it's the one in David Alvarez Alvarez district. He's term limited down democrat is versus another Democrats. So the the woman whose name escapes me at the moment who who won in Alvarez's district was not supported by the union. So she made. Not be real beholden to say. Well, I'll just do what they want because they supported her position. So we'll see. But but for the most part it's going to be Kevin Faulkner, the mayor will come down with. Here's what I like to do. And they'll say, oh, no. And then he'll veto something. And now they have six votes, or at least, theoretically the super majority to override Kevin Faulkner. What's that gonna look like Mike Schafer the board? Equalization shavers. Gonna wish you was still still a crossing guard. You know, who's still? Gotta sit back. I'm thinking about things for which we're all thankful. I'm sure some people I've talked to one or two who didn't get voted back in or didn't win or whatever. They I can have my life back. There you go. Okay. So that's good. Thanks for that. Even though he wanted the job Mr. five be so greedy, selfish. But I gotta think to that guy the guy around in the forty nine the Paul Kerr. He was on TV every five seconds back in the primary. One of the teen candidates that ended up being Mike Levin. The democrat running against Diane hockey, the Republican they were all trying to replace Darrell Issa the Republican, right? The Paul Kerr Democrats spent well over five million dollars of his own money. I guess he's got plenty. If you put that much into your campaign, you're thinking, well, I don't think they're saying. Honey, I don't think we can afford a Butterball this year. Let's see if we can get one of those pardon turkeys to the White House, call p or q sit back. Well, it's been a great year. It was a great run wasn't it. We had the five point six million. We spent on that that seemed like a good idea. Timeshare did didn't it. What else? Duncan d hunter ended up with fifty one point eight percent of the vote. Just tuning in. This isn't like six I'm telling you this is now I mean, they they have another update tomorrow. Don't know what they're gonna update. I guess there are a couple of spots where there might be. I thought they were all in. It says on the register voters San Diego website s devote dot com. Unofficial election results outstanding ballots to be processed one hundred twelve thousand so I guess there still are some out there. Someplace I don't know where. Somewhere. There's more provisionals coming in. They're still being inked in as we speak. Michael vu. Understand if for example, I didn't vote on either choice or either choice in the US Senate. I could not vote for Feinstein after what she did. And the Cavanaugh, frankly, what she did Christine Blasi Ford. I don't think she did her any favors, right? Where's she been? She's been thinking what just happened to me? That was we really care about women. We on the Feinstein side. We're not gonna and it's like, oh, Kevin Azan. How next next? But can we posed out L Sharpton resist we much whatever it is just resist whatever it is. So. But it's easy realize when you're using just suggesting that there'd ever be any fraud. But it's easy. If you or someone who's not playing by the rules, and you have the paper ballots in this time we had a couple of weeks ago. We did this the two big sheets, and you gotta inky in your little spots. So in my case for the US Senate. I did naked anybody. So it's easy for somebody to go. That's interesting before we send that to the computer counting just get a little bit of a black marker. But that right there but resist we thanks Al Sharpton, see, this whatever it is. It's resist whatever doesn't matter. Resisting? What was the latest on the acting attorney general? Oh, yes. Michael whitaker. Yeah. Never stops. No. So the fact that Duncan d hunter with all said and done this is with all a hundred percent of the precincts in the fiftieth district. So there's nothing else are waiting out the registered voters for tomorrow, November twenty first but hundred fifty one point eight percent of the vote in capita jargon, forty eight point two. Just the idea that there's only that much spread like three points. Little than three points. That's a big deal in that district. One other note, by the way in the city council in San Diego Disney. There's so many people on that council who are busy running for something else. Once they have the swearing in and swearing at because the newbies takeover December tenth you just watch that. And then watched the county board of supervisors with Nathan Fletcher. Now taking over where Ron Roberts was. And that is the first big union friendly friendlier stronghold taking taking effect, and then you fast forward two years down the line. When Diane Jacobs gonna be out term limited out. Greg Cox so to Republicans to mainstays for long time. Suddenly those up for grabs a native those go to the dams. People who will definitely behold into union leadership. You think the county's been run along kind of smoothly? Now, if you if you want more, and you're gonna get it could get a taste of that now. But if you on what's going on downtown at city hall, where you hear words like, you know. Nasty war. I'm not kidding you. These are words I have heard from a variety of sources, but what happens up there on the tenth floor to thank you. There's Donald J Trump. Break into small.
"county board supervisors" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"After this patriotic band. So again, thirty seconds is what you get after we introduce you. And then the bottom drops out after the clock stops an old friend is calling on line five. John kobylt demanded ran for governor at one point. And now he's running for congress. And he's also got a recommendation for us on our voter guide. Tim Donnelly ten guys great to be on. Yeah. And you're running you're running against the Republican. Right. Well, that's what he calls himself. The democrat in this race. Wait say which towns, are you is your district cover? Well, it's the biggest district in the state. So it's the eighth which starts in Josh retreat. And it's pretty much just short of Lake Tahoe includes like Yucaipa, yucca valley, Highland mental in the mountains, high desert. And then you know, anyone mono is in their entirety. Wow. Mona counties. You don't hear much about that? I I wanted to get thirty votes wins. I think that's this is Paul opponent. Right. Yes. I guess in the June primary were close. We were close. The Democrats out. All right here, we go. Here's your thirty seconds. Tim. Hey, Tim Donnelly. I am running against a never Trump speak government. Rhino me. I'm the guy that wanted to build a wall on the border ten years before it was a talking point for politicians. I just wanna go to Washington finish this job build the wall. Be fun. Sanctuary cities enforcer 'immigration laws treat, our veterans better than illegal aliens. And in all federal elections. I will push for voter ID in every. All right said. All right. Thanks very much. Let's go to Alexandra Coronado running for state assembly. What district what towns sixty fifth state assembly district contains fortune Cyprus, lapoma, Buena, park, Anaheim and Stanton big KFI territory. Here comes your thirty seconds. Got it. Go Alexandria Coronado running for the sixty fifth state assembly district. I'm going to take that California from a liberal politicians who has given us higher crime rates an increase in homelessness and harmful taxes. I'm running against an incumbent with the scariest voting record in all of California, which you can read about on scary record dot com. Your next assemblywoman I will fight represents a single mother so small business owners and the families who struggled meet every day vote for Alexandra Coronado, right? All right. Don't forget. If you do have a website to plug. You gotta get it in there within the thirty seconds. This is a strict rule. It's up to John kobylt. He actually dump the calls and put the calls on Ben's. All rules are violated. If we feel like. Honor Robson, you're running for what I letting for the seven year stint family district, which is must have Long Beach, and San Pedro Catalina and San Clemente. All right, honor, go ahead. I'm the first. The general election contracted primary since the talk to your primary beating a democrat. The incumbent democrat has one of the worst funding records plexiglass, Dr Howard Jarvis taxpayers association. And then addition to was candidate libertarian, California. When elected I will fight tax regulations as a state. Fix failing infrastructure roads without raising taxes. But instead getting rid of frivolous projects. All right honor. Thank you, thirty seconds is jumping up on people here. Be prepared know that you're gonna be dumped you might wanna time this out at home. Yeah. You're right. I mean, if you have something really important to wrap up your little speech. Make sure you get it in that thirty seconds. Tim shaw. All right, Tim guide. What is? I got distracted. What's going on with the board? What are you running for Tim, Orange County board of supervisors they took your name off for some reason? All right. So Orange County board supervisors and what district or what area would this be people voting? It's the northern part of Orange County the fourth district. It's a LA Habra brea percents, Fullerton Buena park. Anaheim. All right. Go ahead. Here's your thirty seconds. Thank you might. La habra. I'm running to bring commonsense conservative principles to the county board of supervisors actually worked for the county governments look upon a time and know how that works, but I come most recently for real estate background. I've been endorsed by the Orange County. Register as the Republican party of.
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"Right. South of us. Peel county. John. We have the Pima county board of supervisors who were just I will. We've known the they've been crazy for a long time. Having lived there and watching them due to the business. You've got three hardcore a leftist and you have to conservative somewhat Republicans moderate. But usually when it comes down to commonsense votes is three two and the the the leftist generally win. That's why so much craziness has come out of Pima county. Did you know that Pima county has a space port. They do they have a spaceport where you're supposed to fly a balloon, but they didn't give FCC clear before they built the thing. So it's just like a big fat white elephant. He broke the story couple of weeks ago. You can go to my blog right now. Arezzo Anna county screws country over Trump policy. KFYI dot com. We add two story. Now, it's gone national. We're talking about Pima counties rejection of stone garden grant money we talked about this last week out in Washington DC. I had a series of sheriff's on talking about this. It blew their mind. Blew their mind. Pinal county sheriff Mark lamb. He was on saying, I cannot believe I don't know why they're doing this. Why are they doing this? I'll tell you why. Because the leftist on the Pima county board supervisors do not like President Trump is simple as that. They had decided to join the resistance movement. This is how they resist it doesn't matter that stone garden funds came from even being taken during the Obama administration. They don't wanna do anything that's going to help law enforcement as Gordon to help border patrol is going to help ice. That's going to help Trump. They don't know the the nation. Sheriff Mark Napier. A man who I know very well. He was on. I think this is DC the daily caller did a video on this. And he was laying down tracks on exactly what is going on. And Pima county. I did not.
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"And speaking of the LA county fair if you want to go and see Joan Jett and the black hearts and cheap trick on September. Fifteenth is part of the Chevrolet in December concert series at the LA county fair give us a call right now at eight hundred two two two KABC one eight hundred two two two five two two two and lucky caller number seven wins. The tickets tickets are on sale right now. A man in San Gabriel shot his wife after mistaking her for an intruder. We want to hear your stories where you've accidentally mistaken someone as an intruder who may have been your spouse your child that employees or maybe a pet. Let's go to Mike and Sherman oaks, Mike, you're on KABC. Hello. Big fan legit show. Thank you. My wife, and I were sleeping better. The I don't know what's going on. You always hear the house, you know, wrestling creaky here. But this was definitely footsteps going on in the house wipe. It's freaking out all freaking out. I don't have a gun, but I got the sword next to my bed. Right. So I grabbed my store. Hey, man. I wish I was. I grabbed his sword. And I hear somebody who is close enough. Coming into my house and using my toy. Oh my goodness. So I hear the door open. Open the bathroom. I swing my bedroom. Door open I serve sword right by their chest. And I I didn't know what I scream, but it was something crazy. It ends up. Being my buddy, my buddy and his girlfriend somehow got into my house. They broke into my house in the middle of the night. Telling me, I was dying. Drunk. They must have been drunk. For sure withdrawn. I love the fact that you're like, okay. I don't have a gun. But I do have this fabulous. You know, a sword that can do some serious damage that would scare the hell out of an intruder. Unless of course, they had a gun to do fencing in college. Well, go back to Robert Downey junior. Remember, what happened to him in Malibu kind of in a lot worse. That woman just saw him recognized him. He was in her son's bed. Her like nine year old son's bed that would create me the hell out. I think I've run out of the house. She called the police very calmly and said, I think Robert Downey junior the actor is sleeping in my son's room. It's really hard to believe that she could recognize who it was given. The fact the lights were probably off. And this this guy who was like the middle of the day. He was so wasted. Remember, he was so jacked up. Oh, wasn't the middle of the day. So he was a major addict. I mean, I guess he would still say he is, you know, but we talk about turning your life around. He's doing amazing. He's really lucky. He wasn't killed because if he broke how about it. Vichy dead. We wouldn't have we wouldn't have any of these great movies, Robert Downey. Thanks John would killed him. He would've shot first and ask questions later. I get it. Imagine if it was at my grandma's house and she killed iron, man. There you go. You don't want that on your record? It's five thirty. Let's take a look at all the latest headlines. KABC news live and local five thirty. I'm John Wolf the family of the trader Joe's manager killed by LAPD officers and Silverlake is not satisfied with the latest video being released. James Rowe hot has the story. John Taylor is representing the family of Melita Corato the store employees killed by police gunfire. As an armed suspect ran into the trader Joe's before taking hostages, the family would like the LAPD to release all of the audio and video camera footage from all the cars, the body cameras without editing. He says mellitus family is not seeking a lawsuit. But rather the truth? In a statement, the LAPD says it demonstrated its commitment to transparency when it released portions of an car and body worn video James Rowe Haas. KABC news, President Trump supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's first. Dan, Capitol Hill is done in his opening remarks before the Senate Judiciary committee Cavanaugh said he does not go into a case with any bias. On his side. I do not decide cases based on personal policy preferences. I am not a pro plaintiff or pro defendant. Judge. I'm not a pro prosecution or pro defense judge. I am a pro LOL judge and who will be replacing John McCain in the Senate, Jeff whittled Arizona's governor Doug Ducey name. Former Senator John Kyle to succeed the late. John McCain in the US Senate. The seventy six year old Kyle retired in two thousand thirteen after rising to become the second highest ranking Republican in the Senate authorities today step up their search for the killer of a man who was gunned down in a restroom at a Long Beach park and said they hope that rewards will lead to a break in the case, which the victim's family believes may have been a hate crime. Fred Taft of Long Beach was shot in the head and upper body around four thirty in the afternoon on July twenty first it PanAmerican park in the fifty one hundred block of Centralia street. He died at the scene. This expected gunman described as a white man in his fifties. Six foot tall with the medium build fled on foot in the LA. County board supervisors have now offered a ten thousand dollar reward for help in solving the crime supervisor Janice Han who recommended the award reward said detectives believe some people who may have information of yet to come forward. Talk radio seven hundred ninety KABC sports ages lead early in Texas wanted. Nothing. Dodgers host the Mets just after seven o'clock tonight. Richhill will be on the mound that sports and seven hundred KABC traffic.
"county board supervisors" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Face similar leniency with debut Be so quick to be forgiven and have their offense forgotten I sincerely, doubt it former Milwaukee county board supervisor Peggy Romo, west also formerly charged on Monday her attorney also Michael may still men who. Untold doesn't normally practice criminal law but is in fact the local democratic parties go to. Fix her, a lawyer he was representing Peggy Romo west to you might recall did not remember that Arizona. Does in fact border Mexico in the United States She has been charged with election fraud now reading through the criminal complaint this is more serious than This I think Was originally thought to be when we got the initial information that the Milwaukee police department. Was recommending charges it was thought that Roma west simply was having somebody else circulate, her nomination petition and she had herself listed as circulator that is part. Of the charges but there were a number of other discrepancies that the criminal. Complaint makes, clear in fact there were five different people who submitted affidavits saying that while their names appeared on, the nomination petition they most certainly did. Not sign, it in addition another woman whose name appears, on the petition apparently moved to Florida four years ago and therefore could not possibly have signed. This nomination petition this is in fact very serious Election fraud Sixteen people say west was not the one who circulated, the papers but they did in fact. Signed this that's, an issue, of course because west was submitting on a legal document that she was in fact the circulator, once again may Stillman going back to a similar tact to defend. His client I have no issue. With this his job to, defend Islam Peggy is worked really hard for her constituents over the last. Fourteen years she's supporting. Her family she's like, I said proudly served our constituents for so, many years and she's keeping her head up and doing the best. She can so, once again because Peggy west was such a good public servants such a, good democrat we're expected that we should just well look, past this, you know very serious crime to the phones we go and Mike, in exhaust you're on the show Thanks for having, me I just figured I'd I'd call. In because I, don't know, that we you hold county executive to some high standard where all of a sudden they lose, their job or they get we make some big deal out of. It is it like a fifty. K. gig that you're saying, that she should be taken to the woodshed over a DUI she's getting. A ticket she's her. Insurance is going to, go up I feel like we hold her, accountable at the at the ballot box because she's deficient in what. She does voting, wise and what she stands for but the fact that she gets a, DUI like a public matter and I don't know that, we need, to be holding her to some some I don't know white glove, standard of of morality So you're saying that she's already. Been punished enough because she got a ticket she's gonna lose her license I I don't even know what the penalties specifically for drunk driving municipal offense. It's it's a fine it's you know it goes on your record for a certain period of time but in terms of what she did okay. Remember this wasn't, well I, understand what you're saying Needs to make some big deal out of it, it's so you're saying that driving. Drunk and she didn't drive drunk you'll recall she was in a drunk driving. Accident okay which very easily. Could, have involved another car instead of just the median and I'll be totally. Honest with you Mike your, attitude is, sort of the one that I have a little bit of, a problem with in this state that. We. Treat drunk driving and, she was double the legal Point zero nine I should retract my statement I didn't even know. That she she got into an accident I tuned. In. Just kind of heard that we should be holding your feet to the, fire if she got into an accident. And, she wanted to hold her holding her liquor then I retract my statement I think maybe maybe we should make a big deal out of,.
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"That they will fight for your right to party let's regulated and tax it properly we will create two hundred million dollars a new annual revenue and i'm gonna use that money to give students a head start i will pardon everybody in the jail and prison system in wisconsin there for non violent drug possession we are literally spending more to lock people away then we are to unlock human potential what does that even mean well that's that's mike mccabe mike crew the radio host who's now running for governor in their andy gronick matt flynn promising to pardon every single person arrested and charged with marijuana violations there are a couple of hundred people who wanted to march a little known fact this rally was supposed to start at eight am but you know they couldn't get there in time man it's i don't know so it started in the afternoon when you do talk to some of these marijuana advocates though you wonder you just how heavily they are using of course what is this turn into a march for democrats just as every single social justice or social policy march or rally turns into one of the organizers says this all comes down to voting and who's in office so if you don't vote will never get there now this comes on the heels of john why sherman the milwaukee county board supervisor who wants to put it advisory referendum on the november ballot it would ask voters do you favor allowing adults twenty one and over to use marijuana for personal use.
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"I'm going there i'm going there so we would love to hear your questions or comments i'm so there's we have a full house i wanna talk to all of them of course you know i haven't called for phone calls yet but i'm i'm doing and i'm ready so if anyone would like to call and join the conversation we would love to hear your questions or comments we have tony buckingham steve peters and kelly danner with us today the three of the seven new county board supervisors being sworn in tonight for the dane county board give us a call at area code six o eight two five six two zero zero one or send us a tweet at w o it talk or message on our facebook page it's a public affair eighty nine point nine fm madison and shali i'm gonna call you back in here because the computer's going wacko right now again so come on into the studio shali me out i wanted to talk about every once in a while people make a call to make the dane county board a little smaller where a bit bored there's thirty seven of us and one of the things that i love about the dane county board is that you can run for office and win despite knocking on doors and the idea that sometimes if the districts were bigger you wouldn't be able to re you'd still be able to do as many doors but you wouldn't be able to reach as many people and you would have to rely perhaps more on fundraising name recognition or other things and yet i appreciate the other side saying were pretty big board is hard for individuals one of thirty seven people to get involved what's your perspective someone that just came off running a race could you see how it would be different in a pro or con way if your district was difference is yeah i actually went to tell a story about that so knocking doors as i was for the last five months and one gentleman he used to work as a landscape architect for the county a long time ago and he was like back in my day there in ninety nine supervisors wow.
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"The registration fees and now they want you to pay if you don't want to sit and traffic it's really outrageous in fact i was on my way to the airport a couple of weeks ago and it was twenty bucks in the morning to go one way really to orange county oh yeah from the fifteen to go all the way to orange county twenty bucks the alternative is you sit for two hours traffic diamox seems to me a lot of money especially if you're doing a daily commute a hundred dollars a week that's a lot of money so you know there's all that's two hundred dollars a week up and back there's also something that hasn't been talked about yet and i'm going to bring it up here for the first time there was another deal she cut to get this her dad's rina's dad was the mayor of coachella and he was the district director for assemblyman perez and just maybe it was a coincidence but at the same time she agreed to vote for this is when jerry brown appointed mister peres to the riverside county board supervisors and that seat was held by the late and great supervisor by knowing who is a good republican representatives district while that's who the voters elected and he passed away in office and they use that as a political opportunity to change the political dynamic of the groups supervisors and so to me it's just a coincidence that in addition to getting this money there's also a deal where the person who is best friends with her dad also becomes county supervisor picked by jerry brown it sounds very hillary clinton ish doesn't it i look i'm a former prosecutor and we call that a circumstantial case so well according well we'll talk a we talked about it and the other half of the after the show about what what what the muller investigations trump i don't know how this all ties in together but you know before we go before we go on any further we have people listening all over california and actually all over the country through red state radio why is why should somebody in los angeles or san diego or anywhere else more san marino county care about your election.
"county board supervisors" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"County executive presumably according to this report has spent nearly five hundred thousand dollars on campaigns against four current milwaukee county board supervisors and the names i i think i know all the names peggy rama west theo lipscomb steve taylor and the other one's escaping right now and i've been in i've been in a district that's affected by this so what this means if you're one of those residents you're getting almost daily stream of eight and a half by eleven two page color flyers advocating against the current incumbent and i've been around elections and politics for a long time i don't know i've ever seen a commitment of money advocating against the candidates not saying vote for the other candidates saying this is why you shouldn't vote for this candidate and become an executive has every right to do this and not saying he doesn't but the level of commitment in these races thousands of dollars half a million dollars is almost unprecedented i'd be i'm hard pressed think of another example where this happened and it's an interesting byproduct again this turmoil that we're seeing between the account executive in the county board and whether because of personal wealth or just a willingness and a want to change the supervisors need districts were seeing a personal commitment of a lots of money the change up the membership there and will at work i mean we'll find out at some point this year if it does work but it's an amazing commitment of dollars to something i've never seen before and i know speaking to several these candidates they're feeling like they're they're in the crosshairs and they've also never seen anything like it to the point where they're they're having a ramp up their efforts they're spending more money really an unprecedented outlay of cash to do something in a local and i still think it's a local election county board election these are parttime supervisors now i'm not sure we've ever seen anything like this and surprise surprise milwaukee county is at the center of interesting story five hundred thousand dollars in four county supervisor races jeff wagner is up next right here in wtmj dig deeper into the headlines with.