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Metro Atlanta's Fulton County board votes to remove elections director
"Blames Trump the Fulton County Elections Board fires its director Richard Baron, on a 32 votes airs in Inefficiencies Waste Taxpayersdollars. They undermined voter confidence. Republican Board member Kathleen Ruth votes to replace Baron No interim director is named. The county attorney is checking whether this vote is the last word. County Commission chair Robb Pitts doesn't
Fulton County board votes to remove Atlanta elections director
"Covert relief package. Director of elections in Georgia's largest county has been fired as Johnny Kauffman of member Station W. A B reports folding county includes much of Atlanta. Former President Donald Trump targeted Fulton County with unfounded charges of election fraud and election workers face threats of violence. Democrats and Republicans have long criticized the county's elections department and its director, Rick Baron. During last year's June, primary voters waited for hours at polling places. Elections board member of Hermetic Heath Nuruddin says Barron's Astor is about performance. It's about the consistent problems that this department has had. I know if it was a popularity contest, Rick will win, hands down. You know, I think it's just like that nerd in a Democrat voted with two Republicans to oust Baron, who declined to comment
Metro Atlanta's Fulton County Election Board Votes to Fire Election Director
"The vote was 3 to 2 during a sometimes contentious video conference today to terminate Rick Bear and Commissioner Vernet Andr. Written was a Yes, it was a nightmare, but But we had so many issues every single election even in November, and even in January from Elections Department staff who also expressed support for bearing those well. Some county residents who said he needed to go Fulton County found itself repeatedly. In the spotlight every time the polls open during last year's election, here's report knew it to the victims in the cases
"elections board" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Fulton County Elections board is scheduled to meet this morning to discuss re certifying the election results Reporting live Bill Chi Akio 95.5 WSB, Okay, if the weekend will be went in five minutes, I'm WSB. Many rocks is Kirk knowledge along the I 85 quarters inside the perimeter, heading it chewing out of bits out Atlanta. Backed up on 85 South bound, leaving Georgia 400 for the injury crashed down below here just before the Peachtree Street overpass icy, still see multiple left lanes knocked out with a violent crash. 85 north bound Was the North Druid Hills Road Exit 89 different highway Get you around those delays in the sky copters follow Frank McKay 95.5 wsb miss portion of Atlanta's winning new sponsored by overhead Door of Atlanta. It's 6 32. Here's Marcie Williams and John Hang above high profile politicians set their sights on Georgia this weekend over the SPS Michelle write reports live. Both Republicans and Democrats in the Senate runoff are getting campaign boosts. Yet that's right. Former President Barack Obama will be headlining of virtual rally today for Raphael Warnock and John Ausaf. That making sure Democrats get out and vote. Meanwhile, Vice President Mike Pence will head to a 3 P.m. rally in person at with Kelly Will Eppler and David Perdue in Savannah after he makes a stop at the CDC this afternoon, President Trump heads to Belle Gosta and WSB Bill Crane. Toe says the evening rally tomorrow could go off topic from the runoff cannot imagine him not veering off script and going into the deep end of the pool about the harm done to him by Georgia's governor, secretary, state and voters, ostensibly with a stolen election. Now that evening rally is set for seven PM tomorrow. Saturday. Reporting live Michelle RIGHT, 95.5 WSB President. Trump continues to be denied any significant legal challenges to the results of last month's election. I'm Jamie Dupri in Washington. This has been another week in which President Trump and his allies have talked nonstop about election fraud. But the president has made absolutely no progress in the courts as the Trump campaign and the GOP did not. Win a single case again this week on any election fraud issue that Jamie says the president's only legal victory in the election is involved A small number of absentee ballots in Pennsylvania former U S attorney asked the Georgia State Election Board to investigate South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham for alleged election tampering. Graham denies allegations that he asked the secretary of state Brad Rapids Burger if he could reject absentee ballots during Georgia's recount. An audience attorney, Michael J. Moore, also wants the board to investigate any attempt by Graham to meddle in next month's Senate runoff. S'more joined in Land law firm Five years ago, Atlanta based Delta Partners with the CDC to offer contact tracing two passenger will be asked for five pieces of information so they could be notified quickly. The program is voluntary, except for those traveling on the airline's quarantine free flight to Italy. Reporter Brian Shook says Delta's the first airline offered the program, which starts December, 15th. U. S Postal Service is preparing for a record breaking holiday season, with American shipping online orders.
Presidential race official recount gets underway in Georgia
"I might cross your reporting Georgia begins the recount of ballots cast in the presidential election the recount of roughly five million votes cast in Georgia in the presidential election began Tuesday morning with counties facing a deadline of completing the work by December second president Donald Trump requested the recount after certified results showed him losing to Democrat Joe Biden by twelve thousand six hundred seventy votes or point to five percent under state law a losing candidate can request a recount when the margin is less than point five percent Georgia state election board rules require an official recount to be conducted by machine specifically high speed scanners state election officials have said the results of the recount could be slightly different from the certified results but it's unlikely the difference would be enough to change the outcome of the election might cross yet Washington
Michigan certifies Biden victory in another blow to Trump
"Trump's attempts to overturn his election defeat in Michigan by over 154,000 votes, the board of State canvassers voted to certify the results show you have three. I've all the vote a firm Joe Biden's victory in Michigan and awarded him the state 16 electoral votes. Republican Board member Aaron Ben Langeveldt limited today. I think you've got a duty to do that, Michigan's former elections director Christopher Thomas told board members voting No was not really an option. You got winners got losers. We don't have any ties. There was one abstention. The vote captive, dramatic week of events that included reversals by a county elections board and a White House meeting for top Michigan Republicans. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News Before
Rudy Giuliani joins Trump campaign's sputtering legal effort in Pennsylvania
"We've got a lawsuit underway being heard right now in federal court Secretary of State wants the court to throw it out there in Pennsylvania. This lawsuit filed by the president's campaign and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is representing the campaign in court today, Let's get more from the A. P S. Jennifer King in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. There's a hearing on the Trump campaign's federal lawsuit. They're seeking to prevent certification of state voting results that gave President elect Joe Biden Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes. The lawsuits. Seeks to start Pennsylvania election officials and election boards in seven counties from county absentee and mail in ballots that the Republican president's campaign claims were improperly permitted to be cured. Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Book Bar has asked to have the lawsuit thrown out, calling the allegations at best garden variety irregularities. The Trump campaign's legal team has been in turmoil. Pittsburgh lawyers dropped out on Friday. Three other lawyers with true and the new attorney that stepped in on Monday was denied his request for a delay. I'm Jennifer
Justice Alito temporarily grants Pennsylvania GOP request to enforce segregation of ballots that arrived after Election Day
"News. Meanwhile, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has gotten directly involved in a legal dispute over ballot county. Pennsylvania. Fox's Shannon Bream explains county boards of election there were supposed to be segregating ballots that they got after eight PM on election day securely, locking them down separately for the time being. While the fight over whether those vote should be counted continues with the Pennsylvania GOP asked the Supreme Court for an emergency order after it was unable to get at least 25 of the county boards to confirm They've actually been segregating those votes. Alito has ordered every county election board in Pennsylvania to segregate out and secure those late arriving ballots for now the Pennsylvania GOP. It also asked the county board to be ordered not to do anything further with the ballots like tally them. Alito's said he wants a response from the
Scrutiny Of The U.S. Postal Service Continues As States Report Missing Ballots
"Based on a court filing earlier this week, it appeared that the Postal Service had lost track. Of some 300,000 mail in ballots. The ballots had been scanned into the system, but there was no record that they had been scanned out. But the Postal Service said in a statement that there was a simple explanation that under the extraordinary measures it was taking Teo get Election mail delivered on time, postal workers removed the ballots from the system before they received a final scan and delivered them directly to election boards. Mark demonstration, president of the American Postal Workers Union says that's exactly what happened. They're not missing. They're not disappeared. We have every reason to believe they made it to their final destination. And were counted there not accounted for in the same way that regular mail would have been. The Postal Service has been under extreme scrutiny during this election season because of concerns over the Corona virus pandemic. Some 65 million Americans voted by mail nationwide, but there were deep suspicions after Lewis to joy, a big dollar donor to Republicans, including President Trump was named Postmaster general. Choi, who ran a logistics company immediately introduced cost cutting measures that critics said slowed the mail. The Postal Service suspended those changes, spurred by a series of lawsuits from state officials and advocacy groups. Demonstration says Despite the controversies, he believes the Postal Service did a good job under a lot of pressure, very proud of it. Obviously all the vote should be counted, but this was a really success. For the American people. Still, there were some glitches in testimony today before U. S District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan. It was revealed that as many as 68 ballots were not delivered in Atlanta in time to be counted, and some 1400 ballots mailed over the weekend didn't arrive by Election Day in Pennsylvania. But officials there have until tomorrow to count them, and postal officials have been told to keep sweeping their facilities for ballots until then. Brian Naylor NPR news
Georgia Senate race goes into runoff territory
"Where election officials are reporting more vote tallies. The latest numbers show that President Trump's lead among votes counted so far falling to below 14,000 the States voting system Implementation manager Gabriel Sterling said this morning that he is prayerful that all votes will be counted by the end of today. Joining us now is a meal. Moffett reporter at W. A. B E in Atlanta and a meal how many votes are still left to be counted and how much has counting mail in ballots helped close this gap for Biden? Anton you We just got an update from the secretary of State's office. 47,000 ballots absentee ballots left to count. As of this hour in Georgia, so they're getting added It's taken a taken a while, but but it's happening. And what we've seen over the course of the last 24 to 36 hours is that all of these ballots that are still being counted our mail in ballots, and those have favored the Democrat Joe Biden. So we have seen Donald Trump's lead in Georgia dropped dramatically in the last 36 hours. And as you mentioned, it's down to the last update 13,000 to 20 the difference between the two candidates. What are the counties that you're specifically watching? We are watching a Fulton obviously is the largest county in Georgia. It does lean Democrat very heavily in Fulton County. They have completed the counting in Fulton County, but they're still uploading those results to the secretary of state's website, so they haven't necessarily all showed up. There's about 5000 left to show up on Fulton side so that could even cut into the lead the president to leave a little bit more. We're also watching Chatham County Savannah, which is also a Democrat, leading area. There's still 17,000 absentee ballots to be processed and scanned and counted and uploaded there. So that could be another area in which Joe Biden picks up some more votes Remind us briefly why Georgia is so critical to this presidential race right now. It's critical not only because it's closed but because this is a place where Donald Trump won by five points. Four years ago, and now with a million new registered voters In the course of the last couple of years, it is become a toss up state. And you know some of the president's advisors there saying that you know if they don't win Georgia that could be the ball game for everything. And so I think, you know, a win here for Joe Biden would pretty much sealed the deal. And it would just be an incredible turnaround story in politics coming from 2016, too, now. Let's talk a little bit about litigation. A Georgia judge has thrown out this lawsuit from the Trump campaign that tried to invalidate some of these mail in ballots alleging that they came in after seven PM on election night. Are we likely to see another challenge in the state? And if so, on what grounds I would imagine we may see some or legal action based on the extreme close nature of this race. But quite frankly, it's going to have to be on process more than the laws themselves. This is a state with a Republican secretary of state, a Republican controlled state election board and a Republican Legislature. So as far as the law's go, there's not really a lot for Republicans to complain about. They're going to have to go after, as was mentioned in this lawsuit, which was dismissed this morning, the process of actually handling the ballots and what the process is going as far as handling those ballots that were received before and after seven o'clock on election night, which is kind of the deadline in the line of demarcation for What ballots are going to be counted and what are not. Georgia law allows for a recount it fewer than half a percent difference. Is the Biden camp preparing for a legal fight, too? I think that you know, they definitely could be. You know this. This race could come down to just a couple of 1000 votes well within the margin, So I think no matter what happens in this state, no matter who comes out on top when all the votes are counted here in the next day or two, I think we could see a recount definitely is something that That both parties would like to challenge depends on who comes out on top 30 seconds I have with you. What's the latest on the Senate race there between Republican David Perdue and Democrat John Aasif? It is looking more and more like a second Senate race in Georgia will go to a runoff in January. David Purdue has just dropped below the 50% bar part which you're required to attain here in Georgia to win an election. And so Jon Ossoff's challenger, is hoping to get into that runoff in January, which could very well determine the control of the U. S. Senate with two races in Georgia. That's a male Moffett reporter at
Will Maskless Voters Be Turned Away on Election Day?
"On election day. Voters across the country will face varying rules about mask wearing when they cast their ballot as officials try to balance public safety precautions admit a global pandemic with a constitutional right to vote. Most states even ones with broad mass mandates are stopping short of forcing voters to use a face covering. In one case that caught national attention. A Maryland man was arrested after refusing to wear a mask while trying to vote last month. Yes since suit his local election board over the incident.
Facebook Prepares for Possible Election Unrest in U.S.
"We're just a week away from the election. Millions of people have already voted early either in person or by mail but campaigns and state election boards are preparing for the final get out the vote push that will hopefully culminate in a decision next Tuesday. We say hopefully because there has already been a lot of talk about a contested election and what could happen if it is contested. We report that facebook is preparing for that possibility and also for possible civil unrest after the election potentially having to calm election related conflicts by deploying internal tools designed for elections in other countries in countries that are considered at risk like sherline, Ga and Myanmar. Our. Tech reporter Jeff Horwitz has been writing about this with his colleague see the Roman and he joins us now hey jeff. All right. So Jeff, you spoke with people familiar with these measures at facebook. Tell me about these internal tools that facebook is preparing to deploy. Sure. So important baseline here is that facebook has a lot of controls that they don't talk about very much over the distribution of content on the platform. A what appears in newsfeed what content succeeds at how much succeeds. Now, it's not to say that that's Mark Zuckerberg a you know to terminate which facebook posts are going to successful but just some sort of general tuning up the platform and how it distributes content can make a big difference and in a number of countries you mentioned Sri Lanka and me and my. To start. Out with. Basically. Countries where facebook believes there is a serious risk of atrocities election-related violence things like that. That platform might contribute to its developed some tricks to attempt to calm the platform and hopefully com real world activities based on on platform activities. and. That's kind of the prospect of deploying them in the United States is kind of the that's the thing that we were writing about. So can you tell me a little bit about some of the specific tools we're talking about violence, but we're also talking about misinformation. So what kind of things could they potentially be doing? Sure. So inside the company people talk about the big levers like naming the things that you change and that really sort of have substantive in noticeable impact on the way that information flows across the platform. One of them is just overall limitations on variety by which I mean, the speed at which content can accelerate. Across the platform whether it's a really cute animal video or whether it's Mitt. Incendiary misinformation. Facebook has done with some success in the past is basically put a pretty strict cap on it, and in other words, slow everything down a little bit doesn't mean that you're punishing any particular content or anything like that. Just basically you're taking. Your slowing things down and you're GONNA make make it so that things that might have just. Been World in terms of how much attention they get get a little less attention they'll still get. Nobody's GonNa get censored, but it's just simply going to slow down the platform and that's something they find is. Obviously detrimental to the discovery of really hot content a good in the sense that it it gives the time company more time to react to problems on the platform and it's Sort of suppresses more incendiary stuff. So that's a big one of the tools. What about filters I mean we know that facebook has talked a lot about how it's trying to prevent violent content from getting on its platform are they going to be tightening the filters in some way to watch out for that stuff? Yes again that's going to be a pretty broad thing. Right it's not looking out for particular types of content so much as it is that facebook operates. it has what it, what it calls classify, which are basically algorithms that determine what type of content side particular post is and. Some of the classified can be fine tuned so that if you lower the threshold for how likely it is that facebook's computers believe that a piece of content is potentially inflammatory. If you lower that bar, you'll catch more content. Now, you also catch more content that isn't a problem to alongside but the idea is that at a time when people make. Get into civil unrest street violence as a result of conflict on the platform. Maybe. It's okay to be a little stricter. How does this compare? How is it different from some of the content restrictions that facebook and other social media companies have put in place ahead of the election, the restrictions on political ads for example, how does this fit into that bigger scheme? One thing that's very different here is that the sort of blackout for new ads? This is something facebook plans to just considers it to be prudent policy. The measures that we wrote about the emergency break glass at risk country type tools. These are things facebook would only break out if things are really really bad So one of them is kind of kind of planning here are rules. The second one is. These are the emergency tools that facebook could deploy in the event vic. The election gets out of control and I think some of the folks who spoke to me mentioned it seems prudent facebook would be considering all of these things. It constantly uses these tools in varying degrees. It's just that this would be using them to a particular effects when it really matters. You know facebook has been criticized for regulating content in the past Is there any question here about whether or not? These measures could also elicit some controversy? Yes. So I I've spoken to. One of the consultants that actually talked to facebook about these tools in Sri Lanka the Department of them there. And I mean there you had people who were beaten buildings that were set fire to as a result of a viral piece of misinformation about spurt of supposed- genocidal campaign against. Buddhists. It was just completely fictitious that was spread heavily their platform and other text based chat services, and so there tend to be most useful in places where the rule of law is weak. That's kind of been traditionally the way they've thought about this. But I think overseas in Myanmar and Sri Lanka and in Ethiopia where people have died, it becomes a hard thing to make the case that sort of the same free speech centric approach Mark Zuckerberg has espoused in the US and I think that the US tends to like just culturally really make sense you know it's difficult to way. You know you're right to say something on a platform versus somebody else's right to live and come up with A. A couple answer but again, I mean it kind of is a question of imbibe I have beholder whereas the US at with things like this be necessary. Could they even be necessary and facebook has an answer that question right? These are tools that. It, you know in a world that mark, Zuckerberg and none of us ever WANNA see We might see some of It's not announcing that we will see them. All right, our tech reporter, Jeff. Roberts thank you so much for joining me. Thank you.
Nearly 30,000 Ballots Automatically Mailed to Washington DC Voters Returned to Sender
"Try in every possible case to keep students with The teachers that they began the year with Meghan Cloherty. W T O p new in this year's election, DC, mailed a ballot to every registered voter rather than wait for them to request one NBC for investigative reporter Jodi Fleisher, reports. Thousands of those balance could not be delivered. And she explains what happens to the windy City elections officials mailed 475,000 ballots to registered voters about 28,000 of them came back undeliverable. The election board chairman told the news for I team. He wasn't surprised since D C has so many college students and
Voting is underway in all 50 states
"Now underway in all 50 states, whether by mail or in person, federal election Commission Commissioner Ellen Weintraub says. However, you plan to vote make a plan to avoid problems in this challenging pandemic year. If you want a boat in person, you could go early. Lines will probably be shorter, and it'll allow them toe space out a number of people that are in the voting stations at any one time. And if you're voting by mail sent it out this week to allow extra time for processing or drop it off personally at your local election board location. Michelle Franzen
The Supreme Court Allows More Time For Pennsylvania's Mail In Voting
"The Supreme Court allows extra time for Pennsylvania's mail in ballots by Marc Sherman and Mark Levy. Washington. The Supreme Court will allow Pennsylvania to count mailed in ballots received up to three days after the November third election rejecting a Republican plea in the presidential battleground state. The justices divided four four on Monday an outcome that upholds a state Supreme Court ruling that required county election officials to receive and count mailed in ballots that arrive up until November sixth. Even if they don't have a clear postmark as long as there is not proof it was mailed after the polls closed Republicans including President Donald Trump's campaign have opposed such an extension arguing that it violates federal law that sets Election Day as the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November and that such a decision constitutionally belongs to lawmakers not the courts. The State Republican Party Chairman Lawrence Tavis said the party disagrees with the decision and noting the four four decision. It only underscores the importance of having a full supreme court as soon as possible to be clear. The Supreme Court decided not to grant stay which does not mean the actions of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court would withstand a legal challenge to their judicial overreach. Should the court hear the case tape said? Nancy Patty. Mills Chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party accused Republicans of trying to sow confusion and disenfranchise eligible voters. This is a significant victory for Pennsylvania voters. Mills said in a statement, the Democratic majority on the state's High Court had cited warnings that postal service delays could invalidate numbers of ballots and surging demand for mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic to invoke the power used previously by the state's courts to extend election deadlines during a disaster. Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the three liberal justices to reject Pennsylvania Republicans call for the court to block the State Court ruling. Justices Samuel Alito Neal Gorsuch Brett. Cavanaugh and Clarence Thomas would have required the state to stop accepting absentee ballots when the polls close on November third. There were no opinions accompanying the order. So it is impossible to say what motivated either group of justices the conservative justices have been reluctant to allow court quarter changes to voting rules close to an election. The court also is weighing a similar issue from Wisconsin but in that case, the ruling being challenged comes from a federal appeals court and the Democrats who are asking the justices to step in. Most states make election day the deadline, but eighteen states half of which backed trump the twenty sixteen election have a post election day deadline with nearly a million votes already cast in Pennsylvania, we support the court's decision not to meddle in our already working system Pennsylvania's Attorney General Democrat Josh Shapiro said in a statement. On, a separate track Republicans in the State House have pressed Governor Tom Wolfe a Democrat to agree to eleventh-hour legislation to eliminate or limit the three days under the court's order. The case is one of many partisan battles being fought in the state legislature and the courts primarily over a male in voting. In Pennsylvania amid concerns that a presidential election result will hang in limbo for days on a drawn out vote count in the battleground state. And Pennsylvania the State Democratic Party and a liberal group the Pennsylvania Alliance for retired Americans had salt an extension of the election day deadline to count mailed ballots. About two point eight, million mail in ballots requested and approximately nine hundred thousand returned democratic registered voters are requesting mail ballots at a nearly three to one ratio over Republicans, and it's September seventeenth ruling the divided state Supreme Court said ballots must be postmarked by the time polls close and be received by county election boards at five pm on November six, three days after the November third election it also said that ballots lacking clear postmark could be counted unless there was evidence that they were mailed after the polls closed.
About 50,000 Ohio voters receive wrong absentee ballots
"Tens of thousands of voters got the wrong ballots in Ohio's most populous county, which includes the capital Franklin Jerry Elections Boards is the nearly fifty thousand. Voters received incorrect absentee ballots a massive error that elections officials blame on an unnamed or perhaps unknown employees who they say changed Saturday none of machine that places absentee ballots into mailing envelopes the board also saying it will mail postcards to all affected voters detailing this situation and highlighting voters options moving forward options that include voting in
The Trump campaign can’t have poll watchers at Philly satellite election offices, judge says
"Common, please please Court Court judge judge has has denied denied the the Trump Trump campaign's campaign's request request to to put put poll poll watchers watchers at at satellite satellite election election offices offices in in the the city. city. Judge Judge Gary Gary Glaser, Glaser, siding siding with with the the city city and finding those satellite offices are not polling places. And so the election board can limit who was allowed to enter. The officers were open to ease access to services like registration, mail in ballot applications and drop offs of those balance. The Trump campaign had argued they were polling places, and so poll watchers should be allowed to go there.
Philadelphia - What You Need To Know About 11 Ballot Drop Boxes Now Available In Montgomery County
"Residents can now drop off mail in ballots at 11 drop boxes across the county. Nobody suburban bureau chief Jim Mel reports, County officials are pushing back on the president's narrative that Voting by mail will lead to fraud and inaccuracies. Montgomery County Commissioner Chair of the elections board can Lawrence's voters should expect to start getting mail in ballots in the coming days. And he says they found no evidence of any interference or fraud. And certainly if we did, we would report that Onda people involved in that would be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Lawrence says. Most polling places have been finalized everywhere registered voter in Montgomery County will receive a letter letting them know where their polling location Nous. Whether it's moved or whether it's the same as it's always been. You will receive a letter. Those letters have not gone out. Yet. The county's added a ballot Dropbox and Contra Hawk and bringing the total to 11 Lawrence of satellite offices will open on Saturday at
New York City elections board says nearly 100,000 Brooklyn voters received wrong ballot return envelopes
"The election's going, how people feel perceive the president on nothing but the actual physical voting on the election. I mean, of course, now you have these Democrats states. They want to do this mail in balloting and you have fiascos and debacles happening everywhere. It's happened here in New York, with Carolyn Maloney, Brooklyn just recently with the mail, the absentee ballots being sent to people with every wrong return address 100,000.
"elections board" Discussed on KTOK
"You'll find more election results on the state Election board website. Main speakers on the second night of the Republican National Convention. The first lady and Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, Laura Blanchard, reports. President Trump hardening convicted bank robber John Ponder who later founded the nonprofit Hope for prisoners while the president made surprise appearance is the first lady Melania Trump is Tuesdays. Main star. My husband, our family. The people in this administration are here fighting for you, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, giving his RNC tape speech from Jerusalem. This president has led bold initiatives in nearly every corner of the world. However, Democrats won an investigation to make sure Pompeo speech during a foreign trip. Didn't break campaign law. The State Health Department reports another 14 covert 19 related deaths in Oklahoma. It makes a total of 744 deaths since the pandemic began. There have been more than 54,000 confirmed. Cases of that number about 7900 are still active. The CDC is reversing some of its previous cove in 19 recommendations. As we hear from Beth Myers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They now say healthy people who have been exposed to Kobe 18 do not necessarily need a test as long as they don't have symptoms. That's a reversal from previous advice that clearly recommended testing for all close contacts of infected individuals, regardless of whether they had symptoms. The new recommendation excludes vulnerable individuals.
"elections board" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is is primary primary day day here here in in Illinois Illinois there's there's a a back back and and forth forth between between the the governor's governor's office office and and the the Chicago Chicago board of elections over alleged calls to postpone today's voting WGN's Ryan burl reports it comes as early numbers show low in person voter turnout Chicago board of elections spokesman James Allen says they asked for today's primary to be postponed a week ago when the W. H. O. declared corona virus a pandemic we were urging the postponement of the election the abandonment of the point place model of voting and conversion to vote by mail for the safety of the of the voting public but a staffer with governor Pritzker's office calls the claim alliances the board was offered the National Guard young volunteers and assistance with keeping polling places cleaned
"elections board" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"That requires courts to notify the elections board when a foreign citizen is disqualified from jury duty and also those who managed to get out of jury duty as Phil soldiers preparing for a couple of cold nights code purple has been issued this other participating sites can be prepared with extra bed space to prevent anyone from having to sleep outside I'm scared gambler much cooler air moving in as we get into Friday we'll see occasional rain tonight a chilly rain at that developing as time goes on those in the low forties sunny windy much colder December like cold as we head through Friday highs only up around fifty I'm meteorologist mark to that from the weather channel on one oh six one of him talk your shot at one thousand dollars now okay the nationwide two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation it is nationwide contest Hong two hundred two hundred are you going places or looking for places to go if you use the bathroom at least eight times a day and wake up two or more times each night you may have an overactive bladder or A. B. the courage study is evaluating an investigational drug in men taking medication for an enlarged prostate who have A. B. symptoms to learn more call Carolina institute for clinical research at nine one zero three zero two eight one five one nine one zero three zero two eight one five one nine one zero three zero two eight one five one before going to green brook TMS therapy center or as I like to refer to it as magnets I didn't want to leave the bed I lived in a sad fog it's like I wear a mask every day in order to cope but now.
"elections board" Discussed on KTOK
"Community honors one of its police officers killed in the line of duty hundreds of law enforcement officers. Joining other mortars Monday to remember slain Biloxi, Mississippi police officer Fifty-seven-year-old patrolman, Robert Mckee 'then was shot to death outside. The Biloxi police station on may fifth below occc police chief John Miller says McCain will be remembered by how he lived and not how he died a misguided thought with a gun gets no credit on nineteen year old has been charged with capital, murder and Mckee thens death. The suspect's brother and three others are charged as accessories after the fact rich Denison, Fox News, North Carolina's still trying to decide who will represent its ninth congressional district which was more by fraud during last year's election on Tuesday Republicans head to the polls to pick a candidate to face democrat, Dan, McCreevy state, elections board ordered a special election after it found Republican candidate Mark Harris used a political operative who improperly handed handled whether in. Handed in the ballots that were taken from people at their homes, the family of drunk driving victim, sues Tiger Woods. The parents of Nichols burger filed a lawsuit Monday against Tiger Woods, claiming their son was served to excess following his shift at the golfers Jupiter Florida restaurant, according to the suit the Twenty-four-year-old M's burger finished his shift in December of last year. But stayed at Tigers the Wood's restaurant for hours where he was served alcohol to the point of severe intoxication before driving home Im's burger was killed in an accident that night his blood alcohol level more than three times the legal limit. Fox's Matt Napolitano deputies and Charles county, Maryland credit, a boy was saving him and six other kids. He called nine one one on Friday to say that they'd been left in a hot car with the windows rolled up and no Eric conditioning. Deputies arrested the driver thirty seven year old mother of two who was babysitting. Five.
"elections board" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Spain. On the election board has banned the controversial, right? Vox party from taking part in a TV debate for the election on April. The twenty eighth the anti immigration policy is achieved as supplies victory in regional elections. The electoral commission ruled that folks is inclusion would be violation of electoral J D. Don't come see you. Richard Lewis being sued the university of Minnesota student who accused him of rape last year, the claim it is seeking more than fifty thousand dollars in damages. She alleges that he raped her inaugural when he was attending of business administration program at the university. Prosecutors decided not to price children's full months ago and finally British people work, the longest hours in the EU, but are less productive than those in some other countries. As study for the TC, which represents union says you came -ployees coked up an average of forty two hours a week while in Denmark, they putting in thirty seven but Britain ranks of food. Teeth in terms of output per work behind the Danes and Germany global news twenty four hours a day on air it take on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm John guarantee. This is Bloomberg Matt that makes sense to me because when Germans are so serious about work when they're at work. But there are also serious about leaving. When the day is done. You know, it's a good answer sheets. Have I think? What kind of it does make working with them a little bit less? Interesting. I prefer working with Brits. They don't mind staying at work a little bit longer. They just don't really get as much done because they're kind of hanging out. You know, I know having a coffee seven in the internet. All right. Well, let's get to back to the markets right now. China's GDP grew faster than expected in the first quarter while industrial output and retail sales for March clobbered estimates, the figure signals stimulus measures are working and may ease concerns about global growth. But according to Bloomberg economics, the most of the downturn is over but more policy support is needed. Let's get more on the China data. We cross over to Hong Kong Bloomberg chief Asia economics correspondent end occur in joins me. And what are we hearing? A what are we finding out looking through these numbers about how much more stimulus is needed? We'll let's because much of the rebound is being attributed to state spending. That people are saying the authorities aren't really in a position to step away. Just yet is not a story of private-sector demand, rebounding. It's just a story of stimulus gaining trucks in being effective. There are always caveats with China's dot for the first quarter name there is considerable season impact with the lunar new year new year holidays that could skew the numbers overall on certainly the case authorities did pour money into the economy over the course of the first three months of the year. So it's question of let's see where things go over next two months or so before we can really start to call confidently a trend. China's economy is back on its own feet per se. So what are the kind of stimulus measures that we're talking about? Because the market seemed concerned that they could come to an. End. Well, if you look at the fixed-asset investment side of it their husband and increase in spending on infrastructure projects there, it isn't fair case of the old style playbook because we've all goes before they're they're trying to be somewhat disciplined this time around. They're talking about three hundred billion worth of tax coats from the person right up to corporate level. That's certainly having an impact. And of course at the same time. They are definitely making sure there's enough cheap liquidity the system stoke banks to get to get lending going. But as in critic critic question would become whether or not they will need to continue those efforts in double down those efforts. Or if they have to look stepping back a note having to push more credit and do Connie on making start folks under de leveraging campaign again, it kind of. Coming up to a juncture nine where China's economy is headed over the next few months, and if you saw these kind of numbers as far as stock market gains in the US, you know, that would have a direct effect on the economy. But it's not as the ownership isn't nearly as wide as it in China in terms of stocks. No, it's not really proxy for the economy skewed by closer big state-owned enterprises consent, the index Oprah depending on what's happening there sector, so changes really seems a proxy. But a bigger proxy. It's takeaway today, I'd say we'll be to retail sales side of it too consumption stories pretty strong. It's not just about goods purchasing its services as healthcare. It's all the things that go along with a growing middle class. So for the rest of the war looking in China today, and for those companies looking at China rather than look at word. It's stock exchanges over thirty percents and start of the year to reach out stories going up speaks to resilient on the grand demand. Got an end to thanks very much for your time. This morning. Bloomberg's chief Asia economics correspondent and current on. What is undoubtedly the top story for markets globally today? Straight ahead on daybreak Europe. Two stories the other stories that you need to know to start your morning, we take a closer look at today's daybreak.
"elections board" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To defeat Trump. We're going. To transform the United States of America. Sanders is the only self proclaimed socialist running for the White House and says this time he's going to win secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is in Iowa where soybean farmers have felt the blow the trade war between the US and China Pompeo today, assuring farmers. The administration is doing all it can to open overseas markets farming family farming is something that I know. So well, it is important to President Trump, and we're gonna take on the challenges challenges, not only from China, but other countries who treat us at fairly Pao's speaking there in Des Moines amid an uproar over price gouging. And a congressional inquiry. Eagle-eyed lily offers a half price version of its top-selling insulin the drug company, which has a facility on the Cape and foulness says it will be called insulin lists, bro. And again, we'll be fifty percent lower than Houma logs current rate of two hundred seventy five dollars, a vile. But one advocacy group says much. Much bigger changes are needed other countries pay twenty dollars. That's it for a vial of insulin Lilly and other drug makers have not only been targeted by protesters. But also President Donald Trump updating ballot-fraud in North Carolina today, the state elections board set new dates for voters to decide who fills a congressional seats still vacant after November's debacle. Parties will hold their primaries on may fourteenth. The election will be held September tenth the state elections board determined that a new election was needed in the ninth district after they found evidence that a political operative working for a Republican candidate hired people to collect mail in ballots that candidate marquess it's five twenty one. A check of your ride is coming.
"elections board" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Elections board investigate in two thousand sixteen. Those complaints were ignored. There answer was well, it would have not impacted the election. They were wrong. It should have been investigated. In fact, as governor former governor North Carolina, I'm officially asking that this investigation be expanded to. This investigation should be expanded to the two thousand sixteen general election campaign, not just in these two or three counties where we had proof that some absentee ballot voting irregularities work hurrying, but also possibly to other counties threat, North Carolina were major loopholes could be taken advantage of with regard to absentee voting, it won't change the results of my election. But the fact should be known by the general public by either Republicans were Democrats who abused are voting process right here in North Carolina. And you are officially asking for this nap -solutely, we've been listening. We got over two million votes and those two million voters deserved to know, what happened in the two thousand sixteen general election. Former governor Pat mccrory here on WBZ. Now, we will hear coming up at nine twenty this conversation that are Brett Jensen had with. With the former head of the NC state board of elections. Joshua, malcolm. That's coming up. I want to play you a clip here. You talked about McRae. Dallas his attorney yesterday leaving the courtroom at the end of the day after telling your client that he should not speak unless he was granted immunity immunity. He was not that this was Brett talking to Cynthia single, Terry..
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"At NewsRadio K K, and it's time for top national stories. From ABC news. I'm Brian Clark. A new day is coming to Latin America. That's the message. President Trump delivered to the largest Venezuelan community in the US Trump reiterated his government's support for one Guido the head of the national assembly. He said Guido represents a rejection of the politics of ousted President, Nicolas Maduro Venezuelan people have spoken and the world has heard they're beautiful voice. They are turning the page on socialism Madero has refused to leave and still has backing within the military foreign nations like Russia. China and Cuba. Also, still support him. Madero is currently blocking the transfer of US humanitarian aid from Colombia to Venezuela alley Rogan ABC news, Washington. The man at the center of a ballot fraud investigation in North Carolina will not take the stand Leslie McCray. Dallas is accused of using illegal methods to boost the number of mail in ballots going to a Republican congressional candidate. Last year is attorney told the state elections board a subpoena only asked him to. Appear at a hearing in Michigan can county sheriff Michelle young confirms those found shot to death on a property include a woman and three children, very very sad. It's always hard when there's deaths in the community. But it's absolutely the most difficult when there are kids involved. She says they're looking at all scenarios, including a possible murder. Suicide activist Chuck Adams of Aurora Illinois says the community's looking for answers after gunman Gary Martin opened fire at his workplace Friday and killed five. People. There's considerable.
"elections board" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"News center. I'm Chad Bauer. A hearing is underway in Raleigh on the still uncertified ninth district. Congressional race lawyers for Republican Mark Harris arguing that the now disbanded elections board or supposed to have declared him the winner in November delayed acting to sort out ballot fraud allegations. And now can't certify him as the winner they claim that because GOP reshuffling of the old election boards. Membership had been declared unconstitutional its investigation into alleged ballot fraud by an operative hired by the Republicans campaign was invalid lawyers for McCreevy for Dan McCreevy and the state elections board wants the lawsuit dismissed they say a completed investigation is needed into allegations that mail in ballots could have been altered or discarded by Harris subcontractor Democrats who this month to control of the US house have said that they would not seat Harris without an investigation into the allegations. And suggested they may examine the dispute no matter what the state elections board does. Doc eleven ten ninety nine three WBZ with traffic. Here's Nikki Haley for the roadways have almost returned back to condition. Green four eighty five eighty five is smooth. But Seventy-seven is still going to be very congested through huntersville. But as you move through Charlotte, it starts to break up, and it smooth sailing once you get down to Pineville and four Mel but other than that. We've still got some accidents across working at Pineville Matthews and for road vendor. Avocado avenue and e seven watch out for crash at west fifth and north pine and some construction long-term southbound two seventy seven at independence boulevard exit to be that's causing a lot of congestion, I'm Nikki Haley, WBZ traffic..
"elections board" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Leyla Vaudin. It's now been almost two months since the November general election, but in North Carolina's ninth congressional district. There is still no winner as the state board of elections investigates allegations of election fraud by a Republican operative and a ruling this past week by a three judge panel has created even more chaos in the disputed race. Joining me to talk about this never ending election is Steve Harrison of member station WFAN Charlotte, Steve reminded us, again, what the state board is investigating. So in late November Republican marquess was ahead of democrat, Dan, McCreevy by nine hundred five votes, and everyone assumed the race was over all the state elections sport had to do a certified the race, which should have been a mere formality. But the board didn't do that. And for the last month that's been investigating whether a political operative working for Harris name McRae, Dallas illegally collected absentee ballots and blatant county. And there's a lot of evidence through media interviews and the state board itself that Dallas did that to a great extent. The big day was going to be January eleventh. That's when the state elections board was going to hold a public hearing the case at all. It's evidence. And after that, it would either declare Harris the winner or call for new election. But I understand everything changed this week. What what happened and how does it impact the investigation? So in North Carolina, there's been an unrelated legal fight over the makeup of the state elections board and a three judge panel had previously said that this Colonel elections board, which was created by Republicans is unconstitutional that board was planning to stay intact and finish this investigation through January, but the same judges said you can't do that day chided the board for taking so long to hold that public hearing and said the night district deserves to have a winner. So they dissolved the entire board as of noon Friday. So right now, you have a situation where the elections board staff is still investigating. But there's no one really in charge. You can make a decision. So we don't even know what's going to happen at the January eleventh hearing or if the leave and be one and after that ruling both sides really turned up their rhetoric. What were they saying? So they did. And after this ruling both sides have kind of really lost their patients, and they've started hurling insults at each other Harris, the the Republican he demanded that the elections board immediately certified as the winner is the winner on Friday morning and in the boards last hours before being dissolved. He also questioned in a radio interview, whether the elections board had a his word sinister motive on blowing the whistle on the absentee mail fraud. After he won instead of earlier in the year. And that's been a common theme among Republicans the election board is BI partisan. But the GOP feels the Democrats on the board didn't really care about possible fraud and Blaine county until it impacted their candidate. And on the other side. The Democrats have been on the offensive for a long time. They've been hammering Harris for hiring McRae, Dallas. And congress has not weighed in is that right before they have kind of said, they were gonna take a wait and see attitude on whether they would cede Harris. But yesterday, the incoming majority leader, Steny Hoyer said no. That we are not going to seat him. Because of course, the Democrats take over the house, and they said big while this investigation is pending. He won't be seated. So even if is somehow certified he apparently has nowhere to go at least for now. So with no elections board. What happens next the democratic governor ROY Cooper has said he wants to create a temporary five member board until a new certified board comes online January thirty first that would presumably let the January eleventh hearing on a scheduled, but Republicans don't think that's legal and they've said they won't participate in any temporary board. So this whole thing could stretch well into two thousand eighteen that's reporter Steve Harrison in Charlotte. Thanks for speaking with us. Thank you. To another political standstill this one in Florida. The state was one of the last remaining to automatically restrict voting rights of convicted felons, but in November Floridians overwhelmingly passed a constitutional amendment granting voting rights back to certain felons. Now, the incoming governor some state lawmakers and election officials say they need to weigh in before any changes go into effect. Wwl RN's. Danny Rivera has more on paper the new amendment could inject over a million new voters into one of the nation's biggest battleground states overnight. As the amendments written. Most people convicted of a felony should be able to register to vote on January eighth. The only people excluded are those convicted of sex crimes are murder. But now there's increasing question about how is this amendment actually going to get implemented is says that voting rights shall be restored. I don't know what is unclear about that what could be unclear about that Howard, Simon just retired this November. But was the executive director of the American Civil Liberties union of Florida for decades he helped draft the ballot amendment and calls itself executing. Meaning no one has to touch it. We worked a year and a half on this language intentionally to say that there is no role for politicians people in the legislature people in the governor's office people in the secretary of state's office. But some Florida Republicans have a different take on that take the governor elect Rhonda Santa's who ran against the amendment. He told the podcast. He doesn't think it's self executing. There's going to be. A law that we're going to have pass in order to combine with that amendment for non Floridians. There's a political backdrop here several times in the last decade a citizen ballot initiative has overwhelmingly passed, but then the Republican dominated state government steps in and tries to override the will of the voters only to have the courts reject their proposal. And some activists are scared that could happen this time around. And meanwhile, felon voters wouldn't be able to vote in local elections which are happening as early as February. I think part of it is sort of a panic that we have a hard date, and this thing Republican state Senator Dennis baxley is the chairman of the ethics and elections committee any legislation about how this gets implemented will pass by his desk. He says lawmakers are absolutely not going to kick the ball around. The president of Senate has already clearly stated we're not gonna slow walkie time. We're going to implement what the people voted for. But we want to do it in a way that it works actually says potential issues are in the details like how exactly the cow. Counties will parse out sex offenders and convicted murderers county election officials haven't gotten guidance from the administration of outgoing governor Rick Scott about how to interpret who can vote baxley says that's where lawmakers might need to step in to get the whole state on the same page. So that you don't have sixty seven supervisors of election interpreting different ways as to how they balance eight this person's eligibility. Tranessa white is from Pensacola on the Florida, panhandle. She has a felony conviction. But she says on January eighth she's going to walk to the elections office and registered to vote..
"elections board" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Observer and every other major media outlet if you cared to show up the elections board meeting in two thousand sixteen or the Pat mccrory for governor campaign said there are bad things going on in bladen county, and possibly other counties. There was media there. They just didn't write about it. I'd love to get the recordings of those meetings. And now, we're really finding out the elections board staff. It to all along, but they wrote rotary port in two thousand sixteen which is kind of erotic today since we're watching the headline for McClatchy newspaper, and I watch WSC WBZ TV last night with his huge stories. My gosh, there was election fraud in two thousand sixteen like this is the first time they've ever heard it. It was the lead story of eleven o'clock news last night. Like, they're telling you something new. It's amazing. What the media does? This is not new information. It's just new information. That you found out about it. Now, it's not new information. In fact, it's old information that was in the public record. But the elections board staff has been in denial for years on this. This is the same election board staff that tries to justify out of state college students voting and gives that justification to the news observer in which they say, Pat mccrory is wrong about saying out of state students who still real home is out of state new pay insurance out of state, driver's license out of state all not be voting, but the elections board liberally interprets law essay, they can this is our North Carolina elections board staff and some Republican election board members who are bullied by the current chairman of our elections board a guy who's appointed. By governor ROY Cooper, who was also pointed by the. The Democratic Party in selected by me because I had no choice but to select him or two other left-wing activists, and this is the same guy who two years ago in two thousand sixteen during the gubernatorial race during the soil conservation race in blatant county said there's no problems worth investigating. In fact, let me read some things to you. You know, this is why you listen to the Pap records show because we're telling you things you don't hear anywhere else. Here's here's a draft page two two of exhibit of the investigation of election irregularities affecting congressional district nine in two thousand sixteen why would the mccrory NC GOP team mount such a giant legal ballistic campaign with so few cases of actual fraud. Is it possible they hope to establish enough confusion about the fairness of the election to trigger a state law that would allow the Republican controlled general assembly to determine the winner, whatever the plan it failed, but not without inflicting inflicting substantial damage for weeks media reports bombarded the public with allegations of voter fraud and dozens of innocent voters had their reputations and lives disrupted. Finally election officials stopped the coordinated use of phony protests to cry to corrupt the election results, but they cannot undo the crust of impact of voter fraud hysteria on people's faith in fair elections. The mccrory NC GOP agenda behind any proven acts of corruption or voter harassment should be held accountable to the fullest extent, possible under federal and state laws. Well, now, all of a sudden, the Democrats are saying the exact same thing in the exact same county. And do I hear the elections board going we have no voter fraud. No, they're behind closed doors delaying the certification of an election because of the exact same issues that occurred in two thousand sixteen now mccrory McCreadie are both Irish names, but one has a D next to it and one has an are next to it. Could that be the reason? Exhibit two two to one. It's on the records. Some Republican leaders continued to inflate the magnitude of fraud. It's unbelievable. He looked like you. We're gonna finish the point. So I was about to say a word I shouldn't say radio especially during the Christmas holidays. This is the Pat mccrory show, which potok said on news talk eleven ten ninety nine three. WBZ news center. I'm Chad Bauer..
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"Strong elections board with investigators. They can get to the root of corruption in that elections board have the authority to call new elections, but one of the provisions dealing with election and campaign irregularities that he's not happy with all of these new provisions operate tubes. Skewer the truth. Rather than shine a light on and because of that provision keeping investigation. Secret Cooper has threatened veto a New York man was booked into Gaston county jail on charges of raping a woman in gastonia Chalan Elijah Glover twenty to a Brooklyn New York is charged with second degree, forcible rape for an alleged incident that occurred December fourth he was booked in Gaston county jail Tuesday, but quickly posted a fifty thousand dollar bond. Charlotte Mecklenburg police are looking for two men. They say robbed a Family Dollar in north Charlotte Tuesday night, the incident happened about six thirteen in the in the evening at the Family Dollar located at thirty six eighteen Ford road the suspects entered the store with guns and demanded property the suspects then took off, but it's unclear which way they went. If you know who they are. And where they are CNN PD would like to hear from you a criminal Justice Bill passed by the Senate late Tuesday would give judges more discretion when sentencing some drug offenders and would boost prisoner rehabilitation efforts the Bill was hailed across the political spectrum. President Trump said. It will keep our community safer and New Jersey democratic Senator Cory Booker said it represents a step toward healing for communities. The Trump administration is moving to officially banned bump stocks which allow semiotics weapons to fire more rapidly. A senior Justice department official says bump stocks will be banned under the federal law that prohibits machine guns. The devices became a focal point of national gun control debate are after the October twenty seventeen Las Vegas massacre. Social media giants in trouble again over privacy, concerns. Facebook gave companies more access to user information than it had previously admitted that's the allegation made in a New York Times report claiming Facebook neglected its privacy rules to bolster business. According to the report Facebook gave Netflixing Spotify. The ability to read users private messages and also let Amazon obtain users names and contact information through their friends in response to the report Facebook denied any wrongdoing. Saying none of their partnerships gave companies access to. To information without people's permission. The tech giant's still trying to regain use their trust following Cambridge Analytica scandal. Two point two billion people use Facebook worldwide, the US government is reviewing reports of forced labor at a Chinese reeducation-camp that Muslim leaguers are so enclose that have been shipped to the US market US customs and border protection said the reports appear to link forced labor at the camps to goods imported by US company. That company is states Ville based badger sports where it says it has suspended business with the Chinese supplier, and is investigating planning is underway for a full and rapid withdrawal of US troops from Syria. US defense official told CNN today the decision was made by President Trump who has long signalled his desire to get out of Syria. Even though the US will continue to maintain troops in Iraq with the capability of blunting strikes into Syria. WBZ money watch at this hour, the Dow is up two hundred ninety seven the SNP is pretty much unchain. Changed and the NASDAQ is down ten news brought to you by huntersville Ford and online at huntersvilleford dot com. At WBZ, we lead local. I'm Mark Thomas. WBZ news tired of the same old holiday.
"elections board" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Cuomo by margin of sixty five to thirty four percent hair is history in the making as Tisch James wins that operation for attorney general tonight, we are one step closer to having the first woman and the first woman of color, elected, attorney general. James won a four way race taking forty percent of the vote. She ran with the support of governor Cuomo with both of them focusing on President Trump. This race is really about protecting women protecting immigrants protecting seniors protecting members of the queue communities for those who don't know her don't support her. The current public advocate is urging them to give her a chance. Peter school WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty. Mayor de Blasio says his son rapid too bureaucratic trouble at a polling cited wasn't able to cast his ballot by machine in yesterday's primary has happened at a polling station near Gracie mansion to Blasios says his son Dante product card showing you was registered as a democrat. But was told his aim wasn't on the list. So he had to vote by affidavit ballot. Those votes do still get counted. The mayor who is a critic of the city's board of election says the episode is proof. The system is broken. The elections board responded with a tweet saying Dante was not removed from the rolls and his name was Ed polling site Brecher DHS. It's two oh, seven WCBS. The no gun directive from New York's education Commissioner that's coming up in.
"elections board" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The state elections board unanimously accepted the application of the green party of north carolina it's candidates can now automatically be put on state ballots through at least twenty twenty they joined the democrats republicans and libertarians as official state parties for federal state and local offices in north carolina tensions running high in sacramento following fatal police shooting of stefan clark and unarmed black man a city council meeting last night ended abruptly after the mayor cited safety concerns after police based off of the group of people sacramento's police chief daniel hahn says that he asked the attorney general's office to join the inquiry hoping that it will bring transparency transparency to a very emotional case hopefully it'll bring some calm in terms of peoples belief in the investigation itself many of those speaking of the city council meeting call for the firing of the officers involved and americans still love labrador retrievers but the nation's flirtation with french bulldogs has reached new heights labs remained the country's most popular purebred dog for a twenty seven th year while german shepherds and golden retrievers have hung onto the second and third spots in the new american kennel club rankings released today but frenchy said a highest ever of number four german short haired pointers also cracking the top ten for the first time ever now you're wbz money watch the pace of americans signing contracts to buy homes picked up last month rebounding from a drop in january the national association of realtors says that it's pending sales index rose three point one percent in february but despite the uptick the index is still down four point one percent for a year earlier lawrence yawn the chief economist at the association blames the uneven performance on a shortage of homes that are on the market on wall street the dow is now up one hundred seven points at twenty three thousand nine hundred sixty four nasdaq down thirty five while the s.
"elections board" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"A cumulus station and now until the duma news it three owing more real leaf ralph north of his victory is now official as the virginia's state board of elections certifies results today but not in every race virginia state board of elections did not certify results in virginia's 28 and 88 house district races a spotlight spin on the 28th since election day were 55 latearriving absentee ballots weren't counted a federal judge ruled late last week they should be counted but now another controversies cropping up elections commissioner at guard or cortez says it looks like at least eighty three voters were given the wrong house district balauddin fredericksburg elections board chairman says he'd like to have a judge sorted out in the 28th district jogged mccoll's trailing republican bob thomas by eighty two votes steve burns on wbal legba alcom president trump says he intends to declare north korea a state sponsor of terror or that president says the designation will impose further penalties on the contrary calling it a long overdue step is part of the us maximum pressure campaign against the north north korea would join iran sudan and syria on the list of state sponsors of terror the senate is set to begin debate on the republican tax plan after thanksgiving white house budget director mick mulvaney says the administration is willing to make compromises on the tax cuts and jobs act if we can repeal part of obamacare as part of the tax bill and they have a tax bill that is still a good tax bilican pass that's great if it becomes at impediment being the best tax but we can that were okay with taking it out critics say the plan will hurt the us economy and run up a major dive lawrence second woman has come forward to say that she too has been groped by al franken this time well was a sitting senator 33yearold lindsay men's it says while she was taking a photo with franken at the minnesota state fair in two thousand ten when she was twenty six th uh and close firmly grabbed her buttocks and squeezed it it'd be nose to her husband he's taking the pig mess likened it to a walking through a mall stranger groper breaking says he does a remember taking that picture as he takes thousands of pictures of the fair but says he feels badly that men's disrespected the accusation companies aftercare abc's lien tweeting detailed of forced unwanted kiss from frank.
"elections board" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"With the latest views this is talkradio six e wcbm and wcbmcom good morning i frankly whether that would be a male the new sided with the news at five thirty one the federal elections board says that detected suspicious activity and last fall's election board administrator her lindell amone says cyber security experts were called in and concluded that the system was not breached and that voter tabulation was not compromised her disclosure coming following reports that russia cyber attacks had breached election systems in thirty nine states president donald trump accompanied by i lady malania trump visited representative steve scalise of the hospital the pair brought a floral arrangement and visited with members of the house majority whip family at the end of a day of which the relative tranquillity of a washington suburb was shattered when armed gunmen fired shots at republican lawmakers holding a baseball practice skill lease is now in critical condition meanwhile texas congressman roger williams was at the practice and credits law enforcement with saving his life we saw two people risk their lives to save the lives of others we saw courage in the face of death and we saw examples while americans should be grateful every day for law enforcement officers around this country congressman williams confirmed that one of his staff members act barth was one of the five shot despite the incident the fifty seven th annual congressional baseball game will take place at nationals park tonight first pitch will be thrown at 705 pm the washington post reporting this morning that special counsel robert muller investigation into russian meddling of the two thousand sixteen presidential election is now examining whether president donald trump tried to obstruct justice accusations of obstruction arose one last month trump fired fbi director james comey helmi testified in a senate hearing last week that he believed he was fired because of the russia investigation a look at sports in a moment hi this is in fostering it's been said that the things we experience makeup the fabric of our lives a passion.