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06:18 min | Last week

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"Came out Monday lives. I'll tell everybody is called more than three decades after David Dinkins is New York prime to elect its second black mayor. And it's about the four black candidates considered serious candidates in the race. Eric Adams, Maya Wiley, Ray Maguire and Diane Morales. In most years, we might say This is bad for the prospects of electing a black mayor because they might split the black vote. If there's so many candidates, and so you know, in some other candidate, maybe Yang maybe Scott Stringer would sneak past. But you quoted a political analyst saying ranked choice. Voting might change that equation. Can you explain that? So, yes, I spoke to Sid Davidoff, who actually advised David Dinkins during his campaign for mayor and he's since that time, you know, he's been a lobbyist, and he's Advised several mayors and has been speaking to the mayoral candidates. He told me that he thought that ranked choice voting would give up path to a black candidate. Because for one thing, they're four choices. And if you was soon that there are still ethnic voters they can now put down a black, a black candidate. As their first choice. They're sacking choice 3rd and 4th choice. And then right choice voting. That's important because if no candidate wins a majority of the vote, those second choices start getting counted, and that can be enough to catapult a candidate. Victory. Racial injustice in so many areas. Of course, economic criminal justice So much more are such big factors in New York City life. But those four candidates are so different in their backgrounds. Like Eric Adams was a cop. Maya Wiley ran the civilian complaint review Boy that monitors the cops. Ray Maguire was a Wall Street executive and Diane Morale is ran a non profit housing organization. So given their backgrounds and the politics of the moment, how much and how differently are any of the four black candidates running on their plans to bring more equity to the city? Right, You know, Um, you know, when I was talking to someone about how different these candidates are, you know, they said it really evokes. You know, David Dinkins is gorgeous Mosaic. Um, description of New York City. What? What? What You see with the rig cases that you know that race is a focal point of, you know all the campaigns. What the black candidates conduce duo is They can talk about race not just in terms of policy, but in very personal ways. If you've been listening to any of the forums when they talk, start talking about education, you'll frequently here by a wily say. She attended a black segregated, underfunded public school. If you listen to Adams and Maguire talk about about their upbringing there frequently talking about right, not just race, but also class. You know, Maguire grew up in Dayton, Ohio. The son of a single mother. He's talked about overcoming racial barriers as an executive on Wall Street. You know, Adam's also grew up in poverty, but in Queens and he was the victim of a police assault, and he talks about that experience, and then Deciding to become a police officer himself. And Diana analysis talked a lot about her Afro Latina heritage, which actually is really interesting because it really reflects something that's going on in the city's demographics where we have a lot more Latinos who are identifying as black on the census. So I would say that you know, race has become the center of a conversation about how to fix government by emphasizing that race is a lived experience. These candidates can make the case that they're even more qualified. To address these issues and protection of democratic political machines or other institutions matter less today than in the past, But some endorsements like from the Reverend Al Sharpton might still matter. Sharpton is not endorsed to date. Do you think he will? I don't know. What's the point of being a power broker? If you're not going to use your influence in, you know, the most important local election s So far he's hosted two forums for the mayoral candidates at his National Action Network in Harlem. The first one was to commemorate Martin Luther King Day. And then just last month, he had all the candidates come in to condemn the anti Asian violence that's been sweeping not just the city but the country, So he's definitely letting you know, inviting the candidates you know to speak at to speak of the National Action network, and he's giving them a platform. We're talking about the New York City mayoral race with Gotham ASL is Cam Josh and Carroll Gardens here on W N Y. C. How Josh Brian. Hi, Liz. My question is who do you think the best candidate for the subway is? Well, you know, because that go ahead. I was gonna say you don't have your job is not to enjoy this. I'm just clarifying that for the caller. Um, but you can describe how there Approaching mass transit issues, Obviously Yeah. I mean, I have interpret that question as like who has the best subway plan, But there's a problem with the subway. Is that none of the candidates? No. No Mayor has control of the M. Okay, So while you'll have some candidates like Andrew Yang, who says that he's going to try to seize control of the empty a well That's going to be very difficult, so a lot of it is You know how much impact can they really have on the subway? I think that's the question like how much impact has has Mayor de Blasio's been able to have on the subway. Who's Yang's constituency. So far, like one early poll, I saw seemed to suggest that was Asian Americans and white man. Can you say?.

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"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:13 min | Last month

"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news. I'm Dwayne Brown, President Biden and members of his administration of crisscrossing the country this week to highlight the benefits of his nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief plan, Biden says. Until enough people are vaccinated, wearing a mask is still the only way to protect Against covert 19 as a growing number of states or lifting all covert regulations. I urge all local docks and ministers and priests and talk about Why? Why it's important to get it to get that vaccine and even after that, until everyone is, in fact vaccinated to wear this mask, Biden has tapped Gene Sperling of former Clinton and Obama administration veteran to oversee the distribution of funds from the rescue package. Sperling will work with the White House policy councils to get the money out quickly and optimize their effectiveness. Florida is dropping the age limit to receive the covert 19 vaccine as a Babe Mariah of member station. W M. F E tells us those 60 years old, are now eligible. Florida joins a growing list of states expanding vaccine eligibility. Republican governor, Rhonda Santa says he thinks Florida will drop the age to 55 later this month and two Santa says the state will be president Joe Bynes May 1st DEADLINE toe open vaccine eligibility toe All adults who wanted the 55 will happen sometime in March. For sure, but I think as we get into April, we would be looking to do it. So I think it'll be certainly before May 1st we will be able to open up to all adults. Florida has only recently begun vaccinating groups outside of seniors over the age of 65, including those with preexisting medical condition. Chins in K through 12 personnel. For NPR News. I'm a Barbara In Orlando. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street as expectations of an economic recovery accelerated demand for shares of banks, energy and material companies. Dow gained 174 points. This is NPR. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Shawn Carlson. Schools in neighborhoods with the highest rates of covert 19 in New York City also saw low attendance rates this past winter. That's according to a new analysis, the city's independent budget office shared with W and my C Reporter Cindy Rodriguez says many of the schools struggling with attendants are located in black and Latino communities in Brooklyn and the Bronx. She felt with one advocate in Brownsville, who's trying to keep kids engaged in learning. But, she says there's a lot of problems. You know, the WiFi signals are very weak in the neighborhood. Young people are trying to hold jobs. And then there's the fact that about 300 people have died from the Corona virus and Brownsville. For more on the story and look up. Attendance rates at your school visit gothamist dot com. York City mayoral candidate Diane Morales says quote 19 pandemic has taken a mental whole toll on city residents and that the arts community can play a significant role in helping it recover by bringing artists into schools. As the mother of a young person who has learning differences. School struggled until she found the artworks. I also recognize the role that arts play in healing and an education and in mental health. Morales says the city in turn most supplies while support artists by keeping them safe, including making sure they get vaccinated. The full interview with Diane Morales will air tonight on the 92nd Street wise website. This is one in a serious of interviews. Museum of the city of New York and Lick NYC are marking. What would have been Ruth Bader Ginsburg 80th birthday with a free, self guided walking tour of some of the late Supreme Court justices, favorite places. Long walks stretches from Columbia University in Upper Manhattan, where a Ginsberg studied law to her old high school in Midwood, Brooklyn. That is far the museum's president and director Whitney Don Hauser says it gives New Yorkers a look at another side of the pioneering justice. Like how Ginsburg was a major rent at James Madison High School. For me. The fact that she was a baton twirler is yeah. You know, something that has a certain amount of charm and Lindsay to it. Walkers can use their smartphones to scan QR codes at certainly NYC terminals for more information and.

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"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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07:39 min | Last month

"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of Bloomberg. Someone who doesn't have a lot of politics experience but has deep business savvy and, um I like the position he's coming from between Yang and Adams. Adam. By default told me a while ago that I should leave New York because I wasn't born here. So a few years ago, there was that kerfuffle about outsiders and people who come from other parts of the world. And they're not real New Yorkers. I'm like, Excuse me, so So I got to Robin. Thank you very much. And all right. So there's a little snapshot graded on as we say, and informal, unofficial and thoroughly unscientific. Little sample. But if we take anything from that it's that if Scott string or turns out not to be viable But he gets a decent number of second. You know if he comes in second or third and has a decent number of votes to distribute, Maybe it's a little indication. At his voters would tend to distribute their second place votes to Eric Adams because he's another sort of inside government experienced Person on that would work to the detriment of Andrew Yang. That's definitely something I've heard from people who who who have been following the race but who have been talking to voters to this idea of Wanting someone who actually has a sense of what it takes to run City government. It's certainly the case that some of the candidates are making Kathryn Garcia Shaun Donovan, in addition about their ability to do the job because they've done this type of week work before. I think for some people, the Yang campaign is this breath of fresh air. He's You know, he's charismatic. He makes. I think the idea of things that seem like they should be easy possible. He kind of tosses them out there, but The most recent one about offering, you know, making the subway free on Memorial Day weekend. You know these ideas? Sometimes they get tossed out and then immediately just chewed up and spit back by the city and state agencies who actually responsible for executing them talking about how much money would cost what it would take to execute. Um and I think voters who pay attention to things like that. Can be turned off by that. I also just you know it could not escape my ears, listening to the collar, talking about participation in municipal elections. And that is something that you know Yang has spoken to in the past and has acknowledged that look There are lots of New Yorkers who have not participated in city elections. I think the challenge with that kind of answer is When you were talking to Democratic primary voters, those are you know the most engaged voters in the city. And so while that answer might be more persuasive in a general election Contest in a primary contest. You know, these were the people that turn out for everything. And so I think that that for depending on who he's speaking to that will be A challenge for him to overcome. Let me let me take one more because there is definitely even though it doesn't show up as many points in this poll. There is definitely a grassroots movement. Of whatever size for nonprofit organization CEO Diane Moore. Alice who, like all the candidates has been a guest on this show on definitely has gotten some grassroots support. There are people in The city. Definitely talking about Diane Morales, who is hardly a household name on una in Brooklyn is calling in as a Diane Morale is supportive Sona high, and I'm gonna ask you the same question. Who would you pick second? And between Andrew Yang and Eric Adams. Who would you prefer? Yeah, I just want to say I think Jay and rouses the most progressive candidate, and really, she's pulling the grassroots and, um s Oh, I'm so excited about her, and I still think she has a chance in this race. Um, but I guess in my second if I had to choose between two would be Andrew Gang, um, because Um, yeah, The reason I support day and rouses because she's trying to defend the police and believe in progressive politics, and, um Eric Adams, who tied to the police, obviously, I don't think Reports that so that's a very important issue to me, Diane. Thank you very much. I mean, I wanna thank you very much. Here's another Diane Morale, a supporter alley in Brooklyn. Hi, Allie. Thanks for calling in and same question. Forgive me for jumping right over your main candidate and asking you who you would choose second and who you would choose between Yang and Adams. I'm not necessarily sure who I would choose Second. Does that have to do more research but between Yang and Adam's I would have to go with Yang on Lee, because, um Adams is associated with the police. Human. So it was the previous caller and one more Diane morale. A supporter Sofia in Brooklyn. Sophie, You're on W N Y. C. Thanks so much and same question. Who would you choose? Second and between Eric Adams and Andrew Gang. Do you have a preference? Um, So after dying morale is really excited about Carlos Menchaca, who was a big part of fighting the rezoning for development in Um uh, in some park recently. Um And I cannot enter vote for Yang. North Adams do the Adam's connection to development and, um ah, lot of policies behind Yang. I'm glad you brought the FBI conversation to the front forefront of the race. But I'm most interested in men. Chaka Morales for two. Grassroots candidates who are anti development who are also, um, promoting universal basic income in the city, which I think should be one of the main conversations in this mayoral race. Thank you so much. We really appreciate it. Well, Bridget, we're going to run out of time. Soon. We took a lot of calls for a short segment and interesting from the grassroots morality supporters how they distribute and we see one of the flash points for Eric Adams. Some people may like that He straddles the fence between police reform and ties to the police. Some people may see him as too tied to the police. Several callers there and again the inside outside dynamic, playing itself out in various ways. Absolutely, and we'll have to see if some of these big endorsements that he's recently picked up hotel Trades Council D C 37 more coming today. If those are going to be able to counteract some of what I think is some progressive momentum that the Morales campaign is picking up. At least you know, among the real hard core grassroots community activists. I see it in my Twitter feed constantly. Whether that translates into votes. You know, that's what some of the AOC supporters started out. As you know, maybe we will see some surgeon her momentum in the weeks and months ahead. So thank you. Scott Stringer. Callers. Kathryn Garcia coil callers. Diane Morale is callers for sharing some of your second.

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"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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05:30 min | Last month

"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As time goes on, he and his partner find a way to have one last great trip together in just a minute. Stanley will tell you what it was like to co star with his best buddy Colin Firth, and about the time just before shooting that he and Colin decided they should Switch roles. Plus, Have you ever wondered where Miss Piggy finds her inner strength? Well, Frank Oz has put some thought into it. Miss Piggy is just one of the many characters he's brought to life, Frank Oz is gonna take you behind the scenes of the Muppets and Sesame Street. Tell you what makes characters like Grover and Animal and Miss Piggy. Take all that and so much more coming up on cue. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is asking the bide administration for a major disaster declaration as millions of tax ends continue to deal with a growing water crisis to do the winter storm. Houston Public Media's Sasha Corner is more On top of widespread power cuts related to the storm. Texans are still struggling with water outages and boiled water notices. Governor Abbott says he's requesting the federal major disaster declaration because many residents have broken water pipes if granted. This will give Texas the ability to apply for individual assistance from FEMA. On Sunday, President Biden approved a federal emergency declaration, which allowed FEMA has said additional resource is to Texas like generators in water. Meanwhile, millions of Texans are still under boiled water notices. I'm Sasha Cordner in Houston House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the commission put together to study the January 6 attack on the U. S. Capitol should be strongly bipartisan. We'll see today, saying the proposed commission should have the power to subpoena witnesses similar to one that investigated this September 11th terror attacks. Legislation to put together the commission could be introduced to soon as this week. Meanwhile, U. S. Capitol police officials told congressional leaders razor wire topped fencing around the capital should remain in place for several months as law enforcement continues to track threats against lawmakers. The governor of South Carolina has signed into law a bill banning most abortions in that state. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. It's similar earlier, abortion bans passed in several other states, which have been blocked in federal courts. South Carolina lawmakers have passed what supporters call a fetal heartbeat bill. It bans most abortions as soon as cardiac activity can be detected in a fetus or embryo. That's usually several weeks into a pregnancy often before a woman no, she's pregnant. Several other states, mostly in the Midwest and South, have passed similar laws in recent years, including Georgia, Alabama and Ohio. Those laws have been blocked following legal challenges from reproductive rights groups. But abortion rights opponents have said they hope one of those laws will prompt the U. S. Supreme Court to reconsider the Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion nationwide. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Washington Time Divide Administration is talking about a phased in $15 Our national minimum wage, the world's largest retailer, is moving that direction on its own. WalMart says it's raising wages for 425,000 of its employees. Also investing $14 billion to speed up its distribution network as it looks to keep pace with changes in retail. They've been accelerated by the Corona virus pandemic announcements. Comments. Bentonville based Arkansas or Big Arkansas based Wal Mart reported a mixed bag in terms of fourth quarter earnings. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 119 points. The NASDAQ closed down 100 points today. This is NPR. And this is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Shawn Carlson. The issue of education standards at Orthodoxy. Shiva's took center stage at a mayoral forum today. W My sees Bridget Bergen reports Candidates were asked how they would ensure you Shiva students receive a sound education as required by state law. Andrew Yang downplayed the requirement. When I was in public school, we studied the Bible for a month Bible as literature. That was good enough for my public school. I do not see why we somehow are prioritizing secular over faith based learning, Diane Morales said. All students should get the tools they need to be critical thinkers who are able to make meaning of the world around them and make informed Decisions for themselves about the path that they choose to pursue in their lives. It's a controversial topic within Orthodox communities, which tend to vote as blocks. Bronx lawmaker, one of a few moderate Democrats in the New York City Council says he won't run for a second term anymore. W nice. He's David Cruz has more council member Mark Joan. I blamed a political climate that isn't favorable to centrist Democrats like himself is the main reason for declining to run again. He represented district that includes City Island, Pelham Bay and Throgs Neck. And although Democrats dominate the district, patches of it remain conservative. Jonah represented the Bronx in the New York State Assembly before winning the council seat in 2017. Several scandals were linked to him over the years, including one where he earmarked $130,000 in city council funds for an unregistered nonprofit tied to him. His departure will likely clear path to victory for Marjorie Villa squad is a community organizer and district leader in the Bronx..

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02:06 min | Last month

"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Much of the climate, the single family home building sector. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 119 points today. You're listening to NPR news. This is W when my C in New York I'm Shawn Carlson. The issue of education standards at Orthodox yeshivas took center stage at a mayoral forum today. W My sees Bridget Bergen reports Candidates were asked how they would ensure you Shiva students receive a sound education as required by state law. Andrew Yang downplayed the requirement. When I was in public school, we studied the Bible for a month Bible as literature. That was good enough for my public school. I do not see why we somehow are prioritizing secular over faith based learning, Diane Morales said. All students should get the tools they need to be critical thinkers who are able to make meaning of the world around them. And make informed decisions for themselves about the path that they choose to pursue in their lives. It's a controversial topic with unorthodox communities, which tend to vote as blocks. Bronx lawmaker, one of a few moderate Democrats in the New York City Council says he won't run for a second term anymore. W My sees David Cruz has more council member Mark Joan. I blamed a political climate that isn't favorable to centrist Democrats like himself is the main reason for declining to run again. He represented district that includes City Island, Pelham Bay and Throgs Neck. And although Democrats dominate the district, patches of it remain conservative. Jonah represented the Bronx in the New York State Assembly before winning the council seat in 2017. Several scandals were linked to him over the years, including one where he earmarked $130,000 in city council funds for an unregistered nonprofit tied to him. His departure will likely clear path to victory for Marjorie Villa squad is a community organizer and district leader in the Bronx. Governor Phil Murphy has received a second extension to act on legislation setting up New Jersey's recreational marijuana market. Murphy was supposed to sign or veto the bills by today, but lawmakers push the date to.

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"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:42 min | Last month

"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Eric adamson scott stringer the only two who have received the matching funds. A so far in this rally you mentioned were did not get it adams and stringer who had received funds the first payment back in december Got another dose of them So that between the two of them they've received just close to ten million dollars And that's it. The rest of the field has not and of course there are chances. You mentioned down the road either. Qualify based on what they've already filer to file new stuff and qualify for that come to march But that would come later in the race and for some carrots eventually into a point where you can't keep the lights on it and it can't really have an effect on your ability to stay in the thing. Yeah exactly. I mean. I think at this point we're waiting to see exactly who else gets the significant public matching funds there. One outlier right now. Which is ray mcguire who we've had on the show We've had just about everybody on the show at this point except andrew gang who had to cancel an appearance due to his kobe diagnosis but he was feeling well and back out on the trail today and we have him booked for a show two weeks from today's or looking forward to having him on in a couple of weeks But ray maguire. The former wall street executive is raising big money and not participating in the city's public matching funds program and depending on how much he raises in spends he might actually allow other candidates. Who are in the program to raise and spend more money themselves as well but You know andrew yang his campaign. Says they're gonna hit the public matching threshold. Which will unlock millions of public dollars on this show last week. Both shaun donovan. Diane morales I believe said they're both planning to hit the threshold. Catherine garcia's campaign told me the other day that she will hit the matching funds threshold. So right now. In the mayor's race there's something of eight candidates feel looking like it's emerging as the sort of top tier and you know. There's ways to quibble with that. There's a couple other candidates that are sort of prominent city council member crawlers. Men chaka right now would be somewhere around number nine or ten on that list will see if he's able to put together a better campaign finance filing in march But there's eight candidates right now. Who are either gonna hit the public matching funds. They say or are ray mcguire who was already raised well over five million dollars in counting To compete in the race..

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"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:08 min | 2 months ago

"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Play out how the race take shape so toco to our interviews today as i mentioned Ben max is not here tonight. He spoke earlier to diane morales. Who is the executive director and ceo fish neighborhoods before moving away from that job to run for mayor. She as well at several women in the field she is. I probably with the most prominent nonprofit experience in the field of the others have worked in those worlds as well And she spoke to ben early today about the state of her campaign and the issues that it's talking about so let's cue a bet interview now. This is diane morella. Speaking with ben max and we are happy to welcome back to maxim murphy diam morales democratic candidate for new york city mayor. Thanks for coming back on the show. Thanks so much for having me ben. It's good to be here. We've spoken a number of times since but on this particular show You're with us almost exactly a year ago february fifth. I believe it was really right before the whole world's At least the new york city world changed So why don't we start there. I mean it's been a year you already running for mayor. You a declared at this point in twenty twenty what's changed in the last year for you and for how you're running your campaign for mayor and how you're thinking about being the mayor of new york city Well i mean you. Don't aside from the worlds turning upside down since we last spoke. I think that. I think that there is an increased sense of urgency. I think and sort of. I believe a moral and urgency around addressing some of the issues that informed the flint foundation of my platform to begin with around equity and justice around communities that have been historically marginalized in left behind in israel not prioritized city policy. I think that has increasingly become a conversation that that others are engaging in particularly in this race but for me that they were the focus of kind of why jumped into the race to begin with us for the campaign we have. I've said this before. No one expected it. S to still be in it at this point in time and not only. Are we still in it. I think that We we'd continued to defy expectations in there. There's sort of an increasing momentum and surge of support for for my campaign in my candidacy. I think because of the messages and because of the number of people in new york city who have been disproportionately affected by you know the multiple pandemic that have really really assaulted our city in the country over the last year. You've had You know speaking of that in sort of defying expectations. You've you've sort of had to elbow your way into some of this but but now you know you're you're invited you know. There's there's like thirty candidates registered for mayor only between eight and twelve or being invited to many of the forums..

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"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:25 min | 2 months ago

"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Conversations with two of the broad wide- interesting field of candidates who are trying to become the next mayor of the city of new york in this twenty twenty one race while here from diane morales and shaun donovan to people who used to be who have been on the show previously over the past year. Coming back non now as the campaign gets more serious as we wind toward that all important democratic primary on june twenty second and the conversations you'll be hearing are taped because of the state of the race for end. There are so many merrill forms going on nightly multiple chances for the candidates to express their views on a range of issues to all sorts of organizations and groupings of people and so it's impossible to get candidates to come on the show live because of those commitments. So bad and i spoke to them earlier. And we'll be playing those interesting conversations for you in a few minutes. The race as i mentioned is moving from that kind of early period into the meat of the race the heart of the race and the first of many serious polls came out today. A mantis is a poll by the fondest advisors in court decision analytics and it finds that andrew yang a late entry in the race. Obviously a guy with the big name from his presidential run a has a commanding lead at this stage. It's twenty eight percent of total votes for him followed by borough president. Eric adams of brooklyn with seventeen percent scott stringer the city comptroller with thirteen percent. And then have a sort of second healer tier of shaun donovan hill. Have on the show. Today and maya wiley. The former administration merrill cancel each with eight percent Kathryn garcia the former sanitation. Commissioner and foods are ray maguire the pioneering financiera from citigroup india morales who we also hear from today with just two percent each. What is a poll that mean. I don't know Each candidate is spinning it their own way. There are kind of good and bad things to take from it for just about everybody in the race. One thing that's clear is that it is very early. New yorkers are largely still recovering from election. Twenty twenty and all the drama in passionate occurred after that election including right up to the date of the inauguration paying attention now to impeachment in some cases looking at a special elections in their neighborhood for city council if they are engaged in city politics. Many people are still just tuning into the now race so it is early but these racist do tend to get late pretty quickly. When it comes to fundraising deadlines to qualify for all public matching funds. Coming up very soon. At which point people have to demonstrate some strength in order to get those funds and they need that money to continue with liable campaign so it could be fairly soon that we see people starting to pull out of the race. Already one of the candidates we have spoken to on the show zach skull. The former marine and social entrepreneur has shifted from the mayoral race to the comptroller's race. Who might see other moves like that or moves out of the race entirely in coming weeks So important news in terms of polling not surprising that yang has a big following. We know he does big name recognition. We know. that's their another mayor all candid. Who is in the field. Another person who has never been an elected official just like dan morales..

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"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:22 min | 2 months ago

"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Conversations with two of the broad wide- interesting field of candidates who are trying to become the next mayor of the city of new york in this twenty twenty one race while here from diane morales and shaun donovan to people who used to be who who were have been on the show previously over the past year coming back non now as the campaign gets more serious as we wind toward that all important democratic primary on june twenty second and the conversations. You'll be hearing are taped. Because of the state of the race were end. There are so many merrill forms going on nightly multiple chances for the candidates to express their views on a range of issues to all sorts of organizations and groupings of people and so it's impossible to get candidates to come on the show live because of those commitments so bad and i spoke to them earlier. And we'll be playing those interesting conversations for you in a few minutes. The race as i mentioned is moving from that kind of early period into the meat of the raise the heart of the race and the first of shelby many serious polls came out today. A mantis is a poll by the fattest advisors in court decision analytics and it finds that andrew yang a late entry in the race. Obviously a guy with a big name from his presidential run has a commanding lead at this stage. It's twenty eight percent of total votes for him followed by borough president. Eric adams of brooklyn with seventeen percent scott stringer the city comptroller with thirteen percent. And then you have sort of second healer tier of shaun donovan hill. Have on the show. Today and maya wiley. The former administration merrill council each eight percent Kathryn garcia the former sanitation. Commissioner and foods. Are ray maguire the pioneering financier from citigroup india morales who we also hear from today with just two percent each. What does that mean. I don't know Each candidate is fitting it their own way. There are kind of good and bad things to take from for just about everybody in the race. One thing that's clear is that it is very early. you know. New yorkers are largely still recovering from election. Twenty twenty and all the drama and passionate occurred after that election including right up to the date of the inauguration paying attention now to impeachment in some cases looking at a special elections in their neighborhood for city council if they are engaged in city politics. Many people are still just tuning in to the race so it is early But these racist do tend to get late pretty quickly when it comes to fundraising deadlines to qualify for all public matching funds. Coming up very soon. At which point people have to demonstrate some strength in order to get those funds and they need that money to continue with liable campaign so it could be fairly soon that we see people starting to pull out of the race. Already one of the candidates we have spoken to on the show zach skull. The former marine and social entrepreneur has shifted from the mail race to the controllers raised. Who might see other moves like that or moves out of the race entirely in coming weeks so important news. In terms of polling not surprising that yang has a big following. We know he does big name recognition. We know that's their We'll see as the next few weeks..

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"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Realist and what made you are great. Was Nadia's years. Now Giuliani help solve the crime problem. to that. And where is crime? Where is it full of people in the most and inner city so called neighborhood. People. Can you imagine? Two in the morning, there's a domestic dispute. And Drive, which doesn't exist, sends out a couple of social workers. Does that work the mental health program. David, let me leave it there because we're running out of time in this segment, But your voice is clear on Bridget. Obviously. It is a big issue. And so how are the candidates? If there's an easy answer to this with, like 34 people Balancing crime fighting and police reform. Differently from each other are their lanes regarding this yet? So, yes, to some degree and and I, you know, I feel you could feel the caller's, um, anxiety and I think that that The increase in shootings and gun violence is an issue that is very real and that the candidates We're talking about my wily. Her first policy provoked proposal was a gun Violence prevention plan. Um You know, it is something that I think is very top of mind in terms of how how these candidates are kind of Breaking apart on this issue. Scott Stringer was very much a proponent of cutting that billion dollars from the NYPD earlier this year has really put a focus on talking about how to strengthen police reform and He calls for strengthening the Civilian Complaint Review Board, which is the civilian agency responsible for oversight of the NYPD. He has said that you know their disciplinary findings after those investigations they do win an officer. Has been, you know, has come under scrutiny that those should not just be advisory opinions that the commissioner must be required for implementing that discipline and that that would be one way to ensure that Officers who are not conducting themselves the way they should will be held to a standard where they need to, because they know they will be real consequences. Eric Adams, a former NYPD officer Has really talked about how the department needs to be needs to truly be diverse that you need to have diversity throughout the ranks and particularly at the leadership level. And he's talked about, you know, are there ways to civilian eyes certain police units so that people who are trained to be police officers and trained to do the work of fighting crime are not doing paperwork. Um Sean Donovan has also talked about reimagining. The role of police Maya Wiley has is closer to the defund the NYPD PD. She says she and break yet the camp. Thank you, she says she embraces some of what the people who proposed who are proponents of that say, But she is more in a you know, it's sort of a little bit of a hedge talks about right sizing the department, which I think again gets into that re imagining. And then you have someone like Diane Morales, who's you know much further to the left and does believe that one of the things that the city needs to be thinking about is you know who is responding to certain calls. So, in the case of perhaps a domestic violence call, like the caller described Would it be? Should there be, you know, a community first Responders department. That's you know, one of the things that she has envisioned where the response is with some social workers. In addition to potentially someone who you know is from the NYPD, who has the experience to deal with what potential crime could be committed in that situation, so That is certainly a conversation. It is very much happening among these candidates. And I think if those numbers continue to go up, if there is a high profile incident, it will. It could be a driver of You know which candidate is most successful in this primary, and it could be a high profile crime. Or it could be a high profile police violence incident Absolutely and could drive in either direction or some mix. All right, we will leave it there. For our first mayoral race segment of 2021 on the Brian Lehrer Show with our City Hall in politics reporter Bridget Bergen. I'll say one last thing about this for now, which is that we are blessed on this show. With tremendous access to these candidates. They want to come on, because they know that you, Brian there shall listeners are voters and you are voters. I don't know that anybody's actually pulled you, but I think people could tell that you are voters disproportionately. To your percentage in the population and all the candidates have wanted to come on. We've been bringing the declared or likely to declare candidates on the show. Already at the end of last year, they're gonna want to keep coming on and we're gonna keep having them on. We're going to try to find meaningful ways to do that. So they're not just boilerplate interviews and you get to interact meaningfully. With these candidates. We will try toe cover this race in good faith between now and Primary Day on June 22nd when the next mayor of New York will likely be decided so Watch this space and remember this name. Bridget Bergen, Bridget. Thank you very much. Thank you. Brian Brian. Later Right. W N. Y. C..

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"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:39 min | 3 months ago

"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Let's just let this play out a little bit. But i am concerned. That these candidates get scrutiny. Because i think in the pandemic were also focused understandably on what the government in charge is doing. And that's very important. But i don't want that to become a dynamic where all of a sudden there's new mayor and we have no idea who they are. What their plans are. They have not gone under the same scrutiny that they would have in a non pandemic year. That that is a concern. So that's a huge s. A great point just one to of for all of us just in our day to day Covering or writing about this. It's it's challenging right because you have this huge field. You have weird. Campaigning has the pandemic and we have a primary. that's coming up in june not september so like sally. Have you thought about how you going to approach covering the race when you have you know. Obviously some candidacy could summarily dismissed whether that feels nicer. Not but there's a fairly big bunch that we have to take seriously especially because of rain chose voting. So how does one doesn't cover arrays with ten to fifteen sort of viable candidates at. It's a really good question So far just haven't slept. But i think long term solution at a long term solution the way that you know. I try to view candidates in a few different ways. Endorsements money ideas and personal story because any one of those things could make person successful candidate. So you know. Scott stringer has a lot of money and he's got a lot of endorsements and of course we'll start to see a lot of polling and that changes things too but Scott stringer heads. All of the sort of trappings of a frontier candidate but he pulled pretty bored a badly yesterday in a public poll. And is that because andrew young big name recognition you know sort of elbowed him out of the way in manhattan where he is a base. I don't know so. I assume that part of it but anyway i think you know so my point with that is that the endorsements in the money. That scott stringer brings to bear are significant. But they're not enough. Then you have somebody like diane morales who got a lot of attention. She's a very clear set of policy proposals that appeal to a a segment of the electorate. Maybe that means you'll get more donations. We'll see when filing comes in january. But i'm paying attention to her because she saying something. No one else is saying in a very clear way. She has convictions. That other people appealing to that That sector voters aren't willing to say. And then you have people like eric adams in ray mcguire who speak to the most prolific voters which are older black people in the outer boroughs. In brooklyn and queens. So that you know they have personal stories that i think will really connect with people. I'm sure in that list. I'm leaving out someone important. And someone's gonna yell at me when there's so many names minutes. I think it's important to look at all of that. You know. I always tell my editor in february of two thousand thirteen. When the primary was in september chris. Quinn was pulling thirty. Seven to blasios unlike third place The editorial boards went with chris. Quinn the endorsements went with bill thompson and chris quinn ahead a couple of really key. Endorsements the big healthcare workers union was a big one..

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"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Meryl Streep, James Corden and Nicole Kidman star is Broadway actors that rally behind a teen who wants to attend prom with her girlfriend. Premieres on Netflix. December 11th Rated PG 13. This'd w N Y c. 93.9 FM and AM 8 20, NPR News and the New York conversation. Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly, The former chair of the Congressional Black Caucus is President elect Joe Biden's choice to be the next secretary of housing and urban development. Ohio Democratic Congresswoman Marsha Fudge would be the first black woman in that job. NPR's Dan Charles says. Biden also wants former Iowa governor Tom Vilsack toe once again service secretary of Agriculture. Tom Vilsack grew up in Pittsburgh and became a lawyer, then moved to Iowa to his wife's hometown. He was secretary of agriculture during all eight years of the Obama administration. If confirmed, he will return to an agency that traditionally has focused on supporting farmers but actually spends more money on nutrition assistance to the poor. Those food program's reach about one in every four Americans and have expanded during the pandemic. Some environmental and anti hunger groups had come out against Ville sex possible nomination. They say they'll sack who's currently president of an organization backed by the dairy industry has catered to the interests of big agricultural companies. And Charles NPR NEWS. A vote is expected today in the House on a temporary spending bill. It would keep federal agencies funded through the end of next week. President Trump is offering a $916 billion coronavirus relief bill to members of Congress as lawmakers remain at odds over another aid package. This is NPR news from Washington. This is w. N. Y. C in New York. It's a 32. Good morning. I'm David. First. Mostly cloudy today with a chance for some snow showers. It's 35 degrees now in New York City, going up to a high of 41. Staten Island. Prosecutors did not seek bail against a bar owner who was accused of hitting a sheriff's deputy with his car WN Y sees George Joseph reports Sheriff's officials say they attempted to arrest Daniel Presti because his bar had allowed numerous patrons to gather and drink without masks on, But when they tried to arrest him, they say he drove off hitting a deputy with his car. His assault charges bail eligible. But at an arraignment hearing, Staten Island prosecutors did not ask for bail instead agreeing to prestige release public defenders at the legal Aid Society question the decision, arguing that Presti was receiving special treatment as a white Man, the bar owner has become a hero in the conservative movement resisting covert health rules. The Staten Island D. A. Says it takes violence against law enforcement seriously, but declined to comment further. New York City schools Chancellor Richard Carranza says officials will explain how to apply for selective middle and high schools before the end of the month. AM and parents need for information, their frustration. I understand it. I recognize it. We're working very quickly, and their goal is to have that information out as soon as possible. Carranza says the department is figuring out how to handle admissions tests. While most students are remote and how to evaluate academic performance, since grades have changed during the pandemic. He says he expects to have an answer before winter break starts on December 23rd. Some of New York City's most vocal transit advocates have joined forces to come up with an agenda they'd like to see taken up by the next mayor and City Council. Among their top items are speeding up bus is expanding the open restaurants program. And creating designated delivery zones. Danny Pearlstein with the group Riders Alliance says the city also has many tools to make the streets safer, like redesigning intersections and expanding bike lane installation. What we're asking for from the incoming administration and counsel is the political will to use them to their maximum to make to design a fairer city for all New Yorkers. Pearlstein credits Mayor de Blasio's Vision zero program with improving the streets, but says the next administration needs to address issues like placard abuse and reducing vehicle emissions. Former nonprofit executive Diane Morales says her mayoral campaign is about reimagining how city government conserve the neediest New Yorkers. She grew up in bed Stuy earned graduate degrees from Harvard and Columbia. And has built and run social Service nonprofits, she says. Those are unique experiences in a crowded field of candidates vying for City Hall next year. Now, after living through the intersection of the Kobe pandemic, with the racial pandemic and the economic pandemic that preceded it, it feels for like a moral imperative for us to fundamentally shift how we operate and how we leave New York City moving forward. If elected, she would be the city's first Afro Latina.

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"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:25 min | 4 months ago

"diane morales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"FM and AM a 20. NPR News and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Regulators in Britain are advising people in the UK with a history of serious allergic reactions not to get five years covert 19 vaccination. This follows two allergic reactions. 24 hours after Britain began offering the shots in the U. S. The FDA will soon decide whether to approve fighters covert 19 vaccine for emergency use. Here's commissioner Stephen Hahn very, very important part of our promised the American people that we won't cut corners and how we assess the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine. On was speaking to NPR's All things considered prior to today's advisory in the UK Later today, President elect Joe Biden is expected to formally introduce his nominee for defense secretary, retired four star U. S. Army General Lloyd Austin. NPR's Giles Snyder, reports president he'd like Biden is already making the case for why Austin should be confirmed by the Senate. Riding in the Atlantic. Biden said Austin would work to put the civil military balance back on track. Austin would be the nation's first black defense secretary. But there are concerns in Congress about maintaining civilian control at the Pentagon. Like Jim Mattis, Austin would need a congressional waver because he hasn't been out of the military for the required seven years. Biden also plans to nominate Ohio Democratic Congresswoman Marsha Fudge to head the Department of Housing and Urban Development. This is NPR news from Washington. And this is W N Y. C in New York at 6 32. Good morning. I'm David 1st 34 degrees now in New York City, going up to a high of 41 today. Staten Island. Prosecutors did not seek bail against the bar owner who was accused of hitting a sheriff's deputy with his car. W in my sees George Joseph reports Sheriff's officials say they attempted to arrest Daniel Presti because his bar had allowed numerous patrons to gather and drink without masks on, But when they tried to arrest him, they say he drove off hitting a deputy with his car. His assault charges bail eligible. But at an arraignment hearing, Staten Island prosecutors did not ask for bail, instead agreeing to press these release. Public defenders at the Legal Aid Society questioned the decision, arguing that Presti was receiving special treatment as a white man. The bar owner has become a hero in the conservative movement resisting covert health rules. The Staten Island D. A. Says it takes violence against law enforcement seriously, but declined to comment further. Former nonprofit executive Diane Morales says her mayoral campaign is about reimagining how city government conserve the neediest New Yorkers. She grew up in bed Stuy earned two graduate degrees from Harvard and Columbia. And has built and run social Service nonprofits, she says. Those are unique experiences in a crowded field of candidates vying for City Hall next year. Now, after living through the intersection of the Kobe pandemic, with the racial pandemic and the economic pandemic that preceded it, it feels for like a moral imperative for us to fundamentally shift how we operate and how we leave New York City moving forward. If elected, she would be the city's first Afro Latina and first woman mayor. New Jersey has announced $190 million in upgrades to Newark..

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"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:36 min | 4 months ago

"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"So let's get right into it here in just a moment we're gonna start in that same or so council member in chocolate will go first but just real. Quick rules of the road here are to be that On each question candidates will have about a minute after answer so you have a little bit of time there to to get into some detail and then about a minute of followup exchange with me each time so for example right now from the start. We're going to start with counter. Machado omitted half to discuss his answered. The first question. And then i will probably follow up with councilmember machaca for another minute before we move on to our second candidate for the first question. Diane morales are to open that. Make sense everybody. Each round Candidates will have a five minute half to answer each question with a little follow up conversation. We start with a couple of housing questions. We move into homelessness though again as i said. That's all related connected. Of course so richard Anybody needs to know. Let's get right to the candidates so counts Started you. We're gonna start with night. Show what would your administration do to support and improve conditions at night and as part of that. We definitely want you to address how you would approach the rad program. Rental assistance demonstration. Go ahead thank you bannon. Hec for having me today. When star this. I want to answer the question with a of very simple approach. Just fix it. What that means is what i want to actually do which has been a big conversation in the city council to inject a massive amount of city capital dollars to getting to all of the issues In red hook red hook east and west. We've seen an incredible amount of injection of federal money that fixing the outside essentially the resiliency component. That's half a billion dollars worth of work and that was the silver lining to sandy. Nothing is happening inside apartments. Continue to have mould The pipes for gas continued to erode. And those are big impacts to families especially during winter around heat and hot water and get us what we need do is just put money in. And we're waiting for the federal government but the city capital can balloon into big proportions to do things like green new deal And part of that has to be nicer so essentially billions of dollars into the capital budget. And i'll have a lotta time. Rab has been terrible. Terrible idea Nature residents don't support it I think i'm going to leave it there. And i think we need new ideas and how to build more More revenue but those ideas are not around rat apart. So where's that money from You infuse you're talking about the capital budget the money that you referred that needs to be put into net. Yes absolutely where whereas this is. This is the capital budget. So every year we negotiate with the mayor around around around and capital What we don't do is actually increase the debt service that we can take on as a city We are. We are in a point where the budget is decreasing no doubt in terms of tax revenue. But this is where we need to prioritize the ability to actually jacked jobs into our communities Green new deal style. Niger.

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"diane morales" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:25 min | 6 months ago

"diane morales" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To you. I go to a statement by the governor of this state are ST Andrew Cuomo about the virus. Here's where we are now, says the governor. People see the numbers going up close everything close everything. It's not the best way to do it. But it is a fear driven response. The virus scares people the fears too high to do anything other than Let's do everything we can to get the infection rate down Close. The doors closed the windows. That's where we are. End Quote. That is something you and I have lived with here in Manhattan at least since March. Is there another way job? I don't think there's another way. Look, I go back with the governor. A long way I go back with the governor's father a long way the infection rate is up. The death rate is way down. I cannot say we just had Dr me Hollows on our show tonight. Cats at night, and it was out in Long Island, New York. On DH with all the drugs we have available to us now. That it's almost like we've got it down to a science being able to take care of people when they do get the flow. How did they get the virus? Ah, it doesn't mean I believe we should be extra careful. I believe everybody should be extra careful until ah Wei get even more drugs. But If glad, forbid, somebody got be covert virus now. There's enough drugs in the market, the type that the president received also under the new law. You could volunteer tohave All the experimental Sze receive and the death rate is way down. The the virus rate is way up because people are Getting there is more tests. Then ever before. Yes, I mean, I I got tested seven times already. And I got seven negatives on my chest tested seven times each. Our office I have the safest office in your We had people come in every two weeks to get fully tested. So that's 100 people. Does that mean it goes on the list of 100? So I think people have to be very careful. And John. I think the November 4th is theological Shen remember that and I hope everybody comes together. On November 4th. And no matter what your differences are, no matter who you voted for all Americans should got it together. Hold hands, and you know, we did last Sunday night and my friend Dennis Meals home. We're all saying case, Suraj Suraj, whatever will be will be. And you know why we're saying that we all argued to dinner table but at the end of dinner We all hugged each other, and we all held hands and we said Look, whatever will happen will happen. You know, I never Ah Ah, I was a Bill Clinton Democrat. I never agreed a lot of things. But President Obama. But I always treated him with respect. My concern. John, is that the city that we love the city we love needs its people back and the governor's indicating that people are frightened. Certainly, decisions are being made all the time that do not support people coming back, for example, governor has announced. The visitors from Ohio, Michigan and Virginia. Joining a long list of other states must quarantine two weeks and when they get here, so nobody's going to come. It was 55 million tourists in New York. Boarded a million people every week. You don't have much money. New York City is loose out of the dark doors. Tell us Yes, because we have a check down the hotels of any quite a business. The restaurant's going out of business. The theater district's in trouble. Let's talk about next year because it's going to be a good year. We're going to recover 2021 as a Merrill race, and most recently, the Post is writing this up The New York Post within these last hours. It was a Meryl Forum for the Liberal Democratic Club. Jim also Libre Democratic Club. This is for Democrats. The candidates are well known president of the Brooklyn borough Eric Adams. The former sanitation commissioner, Kathryn Garcia, the city councilman. Everyone was there answering certain questions that I want to put to you, Jon, because you have speculated about running for mayor you've ran once before in 2013. The first thing that came up Will they seek an endorsement by Bill Deblasio and uniformly, according to the New York Post. Everyone said no. Does that make sense to you not to be endorses the Democrats. It makes sense to me because now I know builder Blasio for 2025 years. I like him as a person. I I would say he was a friend and we scratch our heads right now, and we don't know why build a blast years doing what he's doing with the police department. He has chased away our police officers and I wish builder. Pleasure would tell us. Why is he doing this? It's not necessary to abuse our police to park. Let's go on with the police because thes candidates Carla's Menchaca Menchaca, Diane Morales, Scott Stringer, the city controller and former de Blasio council mayor with Wiley All indicated that they would fire they used the word fire. Dermot Shea, the president, police commissioner, Do you believe that you can fault the police commissioner for the Restrictions placed on the police. If they said that they are giving ammunition to the people. They want to vote to them. That is dumber than dog Doo doo. I can't say yes work right? That is dumber than to outdo them. It's not Derma Che's fourth Climate change hands are being handcuffed. Fight City.

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"diane morales" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:29 min | 6 months ago

"diane morales" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Go hiking will join us next hour. Actually, Tessler is still walking The streets, which was born he talked about yesterday is very scary. Very, very scary. He claims he lost his house saying, You know, maybe I lost it a little bit. You know, like I'm Ed Jacob corn blow gun in my face, and I reacted well, double talk about all the unrest in Borough Park and how the Jewish people in fact, are going through all this nonsense. Then the whole sap buyers should join us in the eight o'clock hour talking about any Amy Cockney Barrett. And there's this concern fromthe left, which is a complete lie. She has two bumped it about how how she feels about healthcare. So we'll talk to Nicole about that. And maybe Jason Whitlock from out kicked the coverage. My partner's here with Clay Travis in the nine o'clock hour as the debate rages on now, with LeBron winning his fourth NBA Finals, getting closer and closer to The Majesty of Michael Jordan never put James in the same county a better than shorties in the same category, but not better. But who knows? I talked to Jason Whitlock later on today, but the this mayoral thing that went down last night again No Republicans know John Katzman TD's know Andrew Giuliani, not even courteously. Seven Democrats. They didn't all agree on one thing, all of them, and that is to remove Dermot Shea as the New York commissioner. Now they did that because they say he was quote unquote heavy handed about the George Floyd protests may heavy handed. I think it's a complete opposite kid. He saw his apartment there on the Upper West Side with his finger up his button did nothing. It is not only a complete it is a complete officer, but it Sze just prove so provable. Just look at the video. They didn't use the hoses. They didn't use German shepherds, water hoses. They didn't do anything. They let these people run wild in the streets, Looting that. I mean, these guys were they were in and out of Macy's looting before the cops were home from their shifts, For God's sakes, heavyhanded the consul, getting hidden head with breaks, right? And then we were getting beat down later in the summer on the Brooklyn Bridge, and barely anybody was arrested. What do they talk? And then the people who were arrested? They weren't even prosecute. Right the out the next day. I mean, I don't know what they're talking about. I know that none of these folks up there last night, actually six out of seven. Said they didn't expect and or want an endorsement from Bill deBlasio, only one that left that possibility open condoms. He may. In fact, except an endorsement from the Blasio. He's just he just doesn't know what to do with the body. Joe's wife manned up taking his job if he becomes mayor. Yeah, that's true. That's true, but he just like you like I said, he's got his finger up and see which way the wind is blowing. He just does not know what to do. I think he's the best of the of a bad bunch of those seven. Probably. Scott Stringer is claims he's the most hated. He's a nutcase, right? He's worse than the black hole and then the worst of all of them. It turns out in terms of Being so far to the left. You could even think about it. I guess it turns out to be Diane Morales, who is the loudest about de funding the police. So if you're looking for the crime capital, Ellen left study in Morocco. I just explodes there in New York City that they're still talking defund the police, more shootings and more crime has though it's a legitimate thing to dio. Give me a break. 1 808 for eight w A B c 1 808 for 8 92 22 Bernie and say it.

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"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:30 min | 10 months ago

"diane morales" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Kneel before you answer that. Let me really quick. Give to listeners who were talking about real fast, so so rebecca mentioned Scott Stringer whose New York City Controller. We have New York City Council Cory. Johnson we have broken borough president, Eric. Those are sort of three. What many people consider kind of top tier Democratic candidates their current officeholders, and then we have Diane Morales. WHO's in the race? Who's the former a nonprofit executive? We have Lori Sutton who's the city's former veterans, affairs commissioner, and we have Shaun Donovan. Who you know hasn't declared, but is exploring these a former high level e to both Barack Obama and Michael Bloomberg, so those are kind of six names in the mix right now, and there's some others that are Kinda wild cards on the democratic side, but just wanted to get those names out there for listeners than jump right in there Neil. Yeah absolutely! I mean look I think. Unequivocally the recent event twin events of covert and the protests have unquestionably scrambled thing not necessarily I don't think the dynamics between the candidates, but I think what each candidate is going. To now do to meet the moment because we are in a very different and people are paying attention people around the street. People are researching people's records and where they were on issues, not just in the lap six weeks, but in the last six years and I think all of that is still yet to shake out frankly, and I think the three top candidates. To Rebecca's point, all have not yet in my view sort of this current moment to say they can't do think. To. Her point is well about Scott I. Think Scott You know on this question of endorsements, not just bowman, which was his latest, but this has been the pattern now for stringer. Going back really several years I mean. Nilly Rosiak in two thousand. Twelve Jackson. Rama's biaggi Salazar Catalina Cruz Yuli New I mean. These are all key endorsement that were made you know frankly before a lot of energy, or any of these stablishment were going to these candidacies and I think that you know in a moment like this obviously important because those candidates by the way many of the ones I mentioned are very much at the center of a lot of the progressive energy. That's coursing through this city. They are leaders. They are organizers and I think that can definitely be an advantage for for stringer but I. do think frankly you know the to Rebecca's point like this is a new moment and all three of them are going to have to raise their games. Show people that they're capable of leading the city. Do we expect. Anything from the GOP is or anyone who stands out as a potential candidate and other any wildcards out there. for an independent race or on the democratic side that Christine Quinn Some of the names have been mentioned to be. The table is more or less set or will there be more names by the time all is said and done. I mean look at what we've just in the last six months I. Mean I certainly hope there's nothing new that happened. In the world, but I it's getting hard to predict this point and You know. If you, look at the Bowman race last night six weeks out, people were still weren't even giving him a shot..

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