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"frank larose" Discussed on WTVN
"Same street on the East side, and they happened about half an hour apart last night. Police say two people were shot around 11 in the 6000 block of East Livingston Avenue. Both victims were taken to the hospital. One person died. The other person's in critical condition short time Earlier, police say one person was shot and killed not far away in the 4000 block of Livingston Avenue. Right now. Police have not released the identities of the victims or any suspect information in either case. They do say that these two shootings are not believed to be connected. And Secretary of State Frank Larose today is sending out a warning to small business owners about a fake email that claims to be from his office. The email asks you to click a link and then type in personal information, including your Social Security numbers, Larose says. Do not click on that link. Instead, delete. The email immediately. Radio 6 10 w TV END SPORTS Guy Updated service. Anthony Thomas CHOCOLATE Buckeyes The bar guys with a workout today preparing for Saturday's Big 10 title game against Northwestern A new playoff pull comes out tonight. Buckeyes Find out their postseason faith for sure on Sunday when the final poll is released Friday, Also busy finishing up 2021 recruiting Signing day is coming up tomorrow. INDIANA Purdue canceling their game again for a second week in row, both schools continuing to have Kobe issues the basketball Buckeyes 20th and the polls getting ready to start Big 10 play They open at Purdue tomorrow night from the Central High Ohana dealer. Sports test. Matt McCoy. Use radio 6 10 w T v N. M. Ellison Wiant stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half and as news breaks mostly cloudy skies today behind your 36. It'll be cloudy and cold tonight, a low of 27. Currently it is a 35.
"frank larose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"This is the 3 30 report. I'm Sandy Collins breaking now. Ohio's chief of elections. Frank Larose, updated Ohio wants this afternoon about how the most important election in this country in years is going today. I'm happy to report that as we stand here today, Election day in Ohio is going smoothly so far. Of course, there are some small glitches like the driver who smashed into a Miami County polling place in Miami County. And really, this is a compliment to their board of elections. There was unfortunately, a woman who ran her car into the polling location and actually damaged the wall. You could see from photos where the wall is clearly cracked. Thankfully, the woman who ran her car into the polling location was okay and she was able to cast her ballot. Actually, before leaving the scene, Larose says a small number of technical issues have been reported and solved. He complimented Hamilton County in particular for having over 100 Reserve poll workers ready to step in if needed Today, Governor DeWine voted in person in Cedarville today, he says it took about 45 minutes. And he complimented both parties who run our elections at the precinct levels for doing a phenomenal job. So if you haven't voted yet, and you can get to your polling place by 7:30 P.m., you will be able to cast your ballot. Be sure to have your photo ID. The deadline in Kentucky and Indiana is six PM our newsrooms covering all of the local tri state and national contests, and our team will have complete coverage here. All night. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health Traffic Center, You see health proudly serving as Cincinnati's leading adult organ transplant program for more than 50 years here, you're slow spots right now. North bound 75 slow going from the lateral up to paddock, then between Sharon rode into 75 South bound your slow from Mitchell. 2 74 North bound 71.
Ohio shatters early voting records: 3.4 million have cast ballots
"Of State Frank Larose is 3.4 million voters already cancer absentee ballots or voted early as of two o'clock on Monday. Ohio's early voting total is 180% of the previous early vote record and equals 60% of the total number of votes cast in the entire 2016 general election. Over two million absentee ballots have been returned to county Board of Boards of elections in Ohio, and them was just over 1.1 million in 2016 President Trump
"frank larose" Discussed on WTVN
"Time $40 gift text Hope 283393 looks like a good week for putting up Christmas lights. You like it mild, dry and not windy for that. Not today, though. Just 46 degrees with a cold breeze and 32 Tonight 55 tomorrow sixties After that, maybe see six. First morning meteorologist Jim Goodall on your severe weather station. NewsRadio 6 10 w TVs weather powered by the basement doctor. It is a 46 into Delaware 46 degrees at your severe weather station news radio 6 10 W TV, and there's a staggering amount of early voting that's been done ahead of tomorrow's election. One day an unprecedented 93 million Americans have already voted double the 2016 early vote total and about two thirds of the total vote from 2016. Early voter turnout is historic and three Southern battle grounds Georgia, Florida and Texas, which has surpassed the total vote from four years ago. Younger voters between 18 and 29 30 to 39 have increased their share of the early vote Total. ABC is Aaron Gorski. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden spoke this morning. At a drive in style event in Cleveland. Meanwhile, President Trump campaigned in North Carolina this morning. He won that state in route to the White House four years ago as we approach Election Day tomorrow, Ohio Secretary State Frank Larose says today that some polling places may not be in their regular location. Some boards of elections have moved a couple of polling.
"frank larose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Unofficial result on election night. Now what does that mean? That means we report every early vote, every absentee vote and every in person election they vote That's come in so far, but it's never the final story. Ohio Secretary of State Frank Larose, speaking earlier this week preparing people that the election count May take a bit longer this year. President Trump keeps insisting we must know the results of the presidential election by election night. We couldn't know who won by late Tuesday night, but it could also take several days before a winner is declared. The key factor here is the massive increase in male in an absentee voting due to the covert 19 pandemic. Those mailed ballots take time to process. Local officials must compare names to voter rolls and make sure everyone is eligible to vote and not voting twice. And in some states votes are counted. Even if they come in days after the election as long as they're postmarked by Election Day, That is ABC is Jonathan Karl. It is the last weekend before Election Day and a new poll showing a change in Ohio. Quinnipiac University was one of few pollsters who got it right in 2016. Their final polls show Donald Trump had pulled ahead of Hillary Clinton in Ohio and went on to carry the Buckeye State by eight points. This time, though they say the president's not doing as well. Piak poll on the race shows what was a virtual tied two weeks ago has turned into a five point advantage for Joe Biden, and there are two big changes in this poll compared to 2016 president then had an 18 point advantage among independent voters, and he was tied with Hillary Clinton among women. Now, the poll shows Biden with a slight edge with those independents. And an 11 point lead among female voters in Ohio. I'm Brian comes news Radio seven w W I'm Jack Crumley. Our next update at 10 30 Breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw. Good bye..
"frank larose" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Standing here in the ballot drop box at the Delaware County Board of Elections. This suburban Columbus County is one of the wealthiest in the state. Reliably conservative. The board of Elections is housed in modest offices inside a strip mall that's anchored by a big lot store. And this Dropbox is behind the building next to the Dumpsters. I decided to do a drop box instead of putting in the now That's Delaware County voter Mendy Hedges, who plans to use this drop box for her paper ballot this election. But problem is there's only one drop box in Delaware County in another county, and that creates a big issue. Not necessarily for me. Thankfully, I have a car that a lot of people don't Denise Treehouse is a member of the Hamilton County Board of Elections near Cincinnati, she says Even if voters have cars to get to that county's one drop box, there are still problems. There's always a line that wraps around the building both to drop the ballot, but also the early voting and two it gets. So congested in the parking lot in the streets that are surrounding the board of elections. It's just a mask and a message what voting rights activists fear. Republican Secretary of State Frank Larose installed one drop box in each county Board of elections before the April primary to help manage the expected surge of mail in ballots. But that's still one drop box for county even ones with more than a million residents. Activists accused rows of sending mixed signals. He first said he wanted more drop boxes but couldn't add them without legislative approval. The state's Democratic Party sued and early this month, Ah court ruled the state could and should add more drop boxes. But rather than do that, Frank Larose appealed that order. Now that you've got a court, he says, Yeah, you can go ahead and put those dropbacks is in. You know, why not go ahead and do it? You said you wanted them not going to get into the sort of ongoing legal wrangling,.
"frank larose" Discussed on WTVN
"Here's Alison Wyatt. Hundreds of staff members will be affected by temporary furloughs and cuts at the Athletic Department of the Ohio State University, as the department is facing a $100 million budget shortfall for the rest of the year and into next year. A grand jury is charging former Louisville police Detective Brett Hankinson with wanton endangerment charges in the death of Briana Taylor today. Meanwhile, protesters have taken to the streets this afternoon. A citywide curfew in Louisville starts tonight at 9 P.m.. This comes as the National Guard and other agencies are in the city there to deal with potential unrest. At least a 14 stadiums across all professional sports leagues air using those stadiums as voting as polling locations this November. Delays and cancellations to fall sports makes those stadiums the perfect place tohave polling locations. Current players are also encouraging their teammates to get out the vote, saying the platform of professional athletes should be directed primarily towards community service. Meanwhile, Ohio's Secretary of state Frank Larose says they have had just over 44,000 committed poll workers for the November election in Ohio. But they need at least a 20,000 more in order to reach their goal there, reminding Ohio's youth that in the state 17 year old high school seniors can serve as poll workers. And Children's hospitals around the state are encouraging their patients to get their flu shots by Halloween this year. They say it's because doctors air advocating for the utmost safety during the pandemic because it can be hard to differentiate between the virus and the flu. They say anyone who needs their shot should call their Children's pediatrician,.
"frank larose" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"BC News Radio on that Madison Portland is preparing for another night of protests that could end in violence. Last night. Dozens of people were arrested after antifascist protestors clashed with police. Police seized explosives, shields and protective gear from demonstrators. During last night's unrest. Protesters tossed Molotov cocktails of police and the clashes lasted into the early morning hours. Ohio Secretary of State is advocating for every vote to count ahead of the election that's expected to feature millions of ballots cast. By mail Ohio and stressed that whether they mail in their empty ballot, or whether they use the secure drop box at the board of elections that their voice would be heard, because they can track their ballot by going to our Web site on NBC's Meet the press, Frank Larose added that Ohio is putting a lot of effort into securing drop boxes, he said they're under 24 hour surveillance in addition to being emptied every day. Rosa said. One big challenge with this election is recruiting poll workers. Wikileaksfounder Julian Osanai is set to appear in court on Monday for a hearing about extradition. The US wants him sent to the states to face federal spying charges. The Justice Department indicted the controversial publisher on 18 counts related to the release of secret military documents, which exposed apparent war crimes and human rights abuses by U. S troops in Iraq. Officials say more than 200 people have been rescued from a wildfire burning in Mountains of central California. Cal Fire says the creek fire exploded in size and has burned over 45,000 acres, prompting a rescue operation at a remote campground. Authorities say more than 60 people were taken to hospitals in Fresno, some with serious injuries. Queen Elizabeth, the second Sandringham estate is transforming into a drive in movie theater starting on September 25th. The Queen is showing three movies a day, including Rocket Man Toy Story and the greatest Showman. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio..
Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose discusses 2020 election procedures
"Of of state state and and Ohio Ohio is is Pairing Pairing for for the the November November election election Ohio Ohio and and stressed stressed that that whether whether they they mail mail in in their their FT FT ballot, ballot, or or whether whether they they use use the the secure secure drop drop box box at at the the board board of of elections elections that that their their voice voice would would be be heard heard because because they they can can track track their their ballot ballot by by going going to to our our Web Web site. site. Frank Frank Loro Loro says. says. Ohio Ohio is is putting putting a a lot lot of of effort effort into into securing securing drop drop boxes, boxes, he he said. said. They're They're under 24 24 hour surveillance. In addition to being emptied every day,
"frank larose" Discussed on WTVN
"Columbia City Schools says sports and extracurriculars can resume this Saturday. The 29th. The district says it's making that move because of a downward trend in Corona virus cases in the city governor Dwyane has announced that the spread of covert 19 in Franklin County is no longer considered to be at level three red alert. It's now down to level to Orange, which is still considered public emergency. Start of school itself in Columbus will still be remote only and that'll be September 8th. I'm Jack Crumley. The governor also touched on schools who are welcoming back there students and said he's pleased with the school's independent decisions to craft a reopening plan that works best for them. He also said testing will be vital to keeping kids in the classroom once they get there, and that schools must report. The correct number of cases they find tools will make the information about a positive test publicly available and they could choose how to do that. You could put a press release out or they could post information on the school district website just some way so that the public is informed, he says. Prompt reporting will help the school staff slow down any possible spread among students and staff. Today, Secretary of State Frank Larose referred 162 alleged violations of Ohio's campaign finance laws to the Ohio Elections Commission. It regards former House Speaker Larry Householders bid to become speaker of the House. Householder was removed as speaker the same day he was indicted by a federal grand jury on July 30th. For his role in the alleged $60 million bribery schemes. Past House Bill six. Also today, voting rights groups in the state joined together to sue the secretary of state, Frank Larose, over his directive that there will only be one drop box in each county in the state. That's where people can drop off their absentee ballots. The suit says. They have just 88 drop boxes and that will violate the constitutional voting rights of Ohioans. LaRosa says. There can be no more than one drop box per county is that's how the Legislature wrote the law. There is a plan in place. If the Cleveland Browns are able to welcome fans back to First Energy Stadium they see year, according to a letter sent to season ticket holders. They will be given priority and getting tickets for quote pots.
"frank larose" Discussed on WTVN
"It's coming right up. US. Consumer confidence fell for the second consecutive month, sinking to lowest levels in more than six years. It's all because of the pandemic. Resurgence of Kobe 19 infections in many parts of the country heightened pessimism because consumer spending accounts for 70% of economic activity in the US A drop off in confidence gets a lot of attention from economists. So we're keeping an eye on that story as we go. Plus, you know, you've got Hurricane Laura rolling into the Gulf States. 150 Mile an hour winds at landfall down to 110 Mile an hour winds now widespread power outages, lots of flooding and wind damage. So that's not gonna help things either. U. S officials saying yesterday. There's been no intelligence to suggest that foreign countries are working to undermine mail in voting, and there's no signs of any coordinated effort to commit widespread fraud. Through the vote by mail process. Despite numerous claims, officials at multiple federal agency stopped short of directly contradicting the president. But their comments made it clear they had not seen any evidence to support the president's statements that voter fraud will be rampant in the upcoming election. So Lots of people keeping an eye on that. I know Frank Larose here in Ohio has made many statements of the social media and otherwise a saying. Ohio gets it and it gets it right. So he's hoping you'll feel confident no matter which way you send in your ballot, traffic and weather coming right up first. Here's some money. Here's your chance to win. $1000 text the nationwide keyword cash 202 100, You'll get.
"frank larose" Discussed on WTVN
"Feel good about available a Kroger traffic and weather together, Powered by temp star in classic air. I'm Johnny Hill News radio 6 10 W TV and maybe see six first morning whether a sunny day today it is going to be human again. And there's a chance we'll see some scattered afternoon storms today we talk about at 92 gonna clear out for the overnight down to 71. Then tomorrow, very similar day. Little sunshine Chance for some scattered afternoon showers. Tomorrow's high goes to 88 looks like a Rainier Day. Come Friday more widespread wetness. By the weekend, though we're going to cool off, in fact, on Sunday looks like sunshine with a high of 74 forecast is powered by the basement doctor right now in Upper Arlington. We're showing 71 69 is what we have in your severe weather station news radio 6 10 w. T V End to the newsroom and update on the big story Here is God and Joel. There's another update on Hurricane Laura, two at the top of the hour, but a last check. The storm is a Category two with maximum sustained winds of 110 miles an hour or is expected to make landfall either late tonight or early tomorrow along the Texas or Louisiana Gulf coast. Hundreds of thousands now under evacuation orders ahead of the expected high winds. Heavy rain And storm surge associated with that storm. Ohio Democratic Party filing a lawsuit over drop off boxes for ballots before the November election. The lawsuit names Ohio Secretary of State Frank Larose is the lone defendant. Them's want more than one drop off box per county. Bro spoke last week about the issue, saying Under current state law, his office is only allowed to authorize one ballot drop off box location for county Thie. Ohio State University says the first week of covert 19 testing return positives for around 80 students and 12 staff members. I wish you confirm results of over 7000 tests yesterday, which ran from.
"frank larose" Discussed on WTVN
"The other biggest changes for moving day. Today's just how long this process is going to take. Staff has stretched out moving day to 12 days, as opposed to the normal 1 to 2 days that they're able to get this done and again, that is to increase that distance thing. So there isn't so much of a crowd. ABC Sixes, Sierra Lucas says everyone will have to wear a mask when they're on campus, both indoors and outside. A report from the Ohio Restaurant Association shows 54% of eateries say they could close within the next nine months, President and CEO of the Ohio Restaurant Association says that puts 310,000 employees at risk of losing their job in Ohio. Kroger has issued a recall for select cheese dip sold in the deli section. The products reportedly contained onions involved in a salmonella contamination recall, Kroger has removed the product from their store shelves. More information about that recall can be found on Kroger's website. Discount department store chain. Stein Mart says they plan to close most of their hundreds of stores around the nation after they filed For Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this week. Their CEO blames the economic downturn caused by the Corona virus Pandemic, and Ohio's Secretary of state, Frank Larose, says this day does have a safe system of absentee balloting. You have to provide your driver's license or social Security number, and LaRose says one big advantage to voting by mail in Ohio is you have an opportunity to study the ballot even further. This news service of a Legacy Retirement group. A good.
"frank larose" Discussed on WTVN
"Thanks for listening as I mentioned when I was on Saturday afternoon I had a chance to speak with them Ohio secretary of state Frank larose and we're gonna revisit to a chunk of that interview right now and and talk about the Ohio primary being moved well absolutely and like so many Ohioans orchestra while still working very hard right now and thank you for taking the the the chance to talk to me absolutely you know we had something very unprecedented which happened last Tuesday Ohio was to have its primary it didn't happen when did it become apparent to use that to the primary would need to be moved just kind of walk us through that whole process I'm sure that was a mine field for you oh absolutely and yeah it was Monday morning you can't understand the timeline going back just over a week ago was when the governor issues is that a public health emergency at that point we started working very closely with the Ohio department of health doctor any activity you just heard from the press conference as well as governor to wind it at that point and really throughout the entire last week the guy has been clear that is long as we follow the guidelines of hand hygiene and social distancing wiping down the disinfecting voting machines moving the voting locations away from senior residential facilities what if we did that it would still be safe and I'd ask doctor acted nearly every day this very pointed questions will be safe for Ohio's voters will be safe for Ohio's poll workers and up until at eight PM conference call I had with that correct on Sunday night the answer was unequivocally yes and Ohioans were ready to conduct an election really had risen to the occasion thousands of all workers have volunteered to train over the weekend and we were ready to go forward a database change dramatically on Monday morning and be clear all along my my mantra to Mike he was facts not fear we're gonna listen to the public health professionals I'm not an epidemiologist I don't have an empty after my name so we're gonna listen to the experts and I think all I would should the should make sure that they're doing that well those experts whether it's from the CDC your order after acting for the out of pocket health contacted me she contacted me on Monday morning along with a lieutenant governor John he's dead and they said very clearly that it would not be safe now to go forward there have been some changes that occurred overnight on Sunday night and into Monday morning and mostly those were these new fatality numbers coming out of Europe the richest absolutely staggering in and do CDC guidance that was saying that the maximum number of persons allowed in a gathering would go from one hundred down to fifty and then eventually be reduced down to ten as we as we all heard so you know at that point the governor was clear the lieutenant governor's clear on the director there that we could not safely hold an election on Tuesday about how do you do that it's never been done in our state's history how do you postpone how do you extend an election and prevent the the in person voting from happening really the only power to set an election date is in the Ohio revised code for the the you know from from for the legislature to have it so we thought that the first and best course of action was to go to the to the legislature again with our go to the to the courts rather with the governor having to tell Ohioans over sixty five but it was not safe for them to leave their homes unless absolutely necessary we thought that the court would see clear that you know use when twenty percent of your population is being told to stay home how can you hold a fair election I mean it's just that it would be clearly disenfranchised in this group of All I Want so certainly those over sixty five and you know we were surprised when the court didn't see it that way at that point the governor knew what he had to do he had to use his authority under title thirty seven which is essentially the law related to public health and through doctor act and issued a public health related order to keep the polls closed on on Tuesday I responded immediately and we've been working throughout the day together I responded immediately with direction quality portable action Monday evening that said very clearly we're going to follow the governor the governor's order Dr actions ordered not only because it's a legally binding order because it's the morally right thing to do but further more that I was going to use the director that I had a secretary state could just lay out for awhile and some clarity on when they would be able to cast their ballots how they would make their voice heard I just think that the people of Ohio should be waking up on Tuesday morning and wondering if they were still gonna have a lecture and so what we clearly laid out the directive which has been reinforced by the attorney general's completely lawful is an order that says that we're gonna continue with eleven weeks of voting by mail and that that'll conclude on June second and at that point we'll calculate the results announced the winners not an easy choice but I'm the governor's decision to save lives and I'm confident that my decision about protecting the integrity of our elections and so in that sense I think that we both to the right place that is that is an incredible story so he is a lawsuit filed by the Ohio Democratic Party do you think it is are they playing partisan politics here or is that really just a matter of just trying to establish a protocol and and move forward you know I I hope not I'm that person that always believes in the best of intentions of of people I can tell you that up until the point of them filing that lawsuit I've been working very closely with both the Ohio Republican chairman Jane Timken and the Ohio democratic chairman David pepper unfortunately once I became the the defendant in a lawsuit in my capacity as secretary of state I couldn't then continue communicating with with with chairman after unfortunately than we had been talking very very very frequently to make sure that what we were doing was moving forward in a bipartisan way listen my role as chief elections officer I'm elected to this post by running as a member of the Republican Party of all when I took that oath of office just over a year ago I put on the referee's Jersey I I I'm not a Republican or a Democrat in my capacity as well as secretary of state my job to call balls and strikes and run for election let the voters simply make their voice heard and that we respect that outcome also I don't believe that that the lawsuit was delicious I think that the you know was for bad attention I guess I would say I think that the other great party wants to you know once you see this come through to a conclusion but what they're proposing simply you know won't won't work they they're they're rushing the election in a way that would allow us to get an absentee ballot request out into the hands of every Ohioan clearly if you're gonna run it all built by mail election you have to be yes to be ready to make every Ohioan to to make apps developer quest available to everyone in pay the postage for them to return it and and so just the time to print those in mail those and everything else it within the time line that they've proposed but you know really not going to go any further into the specifics of that because it is a pending lawsuit so once again speaking with Ohio secretary of state Frank larose well and again I'm I'm sure you'll you'll you'll let me know if if you can't answer but it's my understanding that the Ohio Democratic Party doesn't want another primary date to vote in person just extend absentee balloting until April twenty eighth is that correct you know I believe that's what they asked for and and and I would be fine with not having a person's day I I think that you know it it's best as we've got eleven weeks between now and and your second to wait and see what happens with the the public health situation and the baby at a point in in mid April with the advice of a director acted that direction that we would make that decision at that point whether Ohio's will have a person opportunity but you know it if that's the will of the legislature that he does not have that that's that's one thing I know we can't do is we can't conclude this by the date that they mention which is April twenty eighth because there's simply no time to get the S. the ballot requests out print you know millions of a postage paid return envelopes that we need to get in fact by our estimates even if we had all the vendors that we can find cranking away on extra shifts to do printing and printing seven point two or seven point three million as develop request the postage paid envelopes and get the right addresses on the break return addresses so they come to the correct elections I mean it's it's a huge logistical task of what you're talking about is tractor trailer loads full of envelopes and that we can get it done a we can get it done by June second but there's just no way that we can get that done by April twenty eighth of this again it shouldn't be it shouldn't be and is not a party thing it's simply a matter of getting one of these apps develop requests postage paid into the hands of every Ohio and by the way that's what I'm calling on the legislature do actually just sent a letter out to all members of the General Assembly in a bipartisan way the governor fully supports my proposal to governor knives as well as the lieutenant governor it's really great to have a lieutenant governor who's a former secretary of state bus the same language all in all these kind of things the administration's firmly behind this effort we're calling it the Ohio voters first actors to give it a name and we're asking the legislature passes quickly let's be clear we shouldn't come to Columbus next week and spend a bunch of time debating the rules of how we're gonna run election people are dying people are losing their businesses families are scared I will be focused on those issues not sure the insider politics and how we're going to run a primary election the proposal that I put forward is clear we'll get it done in a way that's fair and accessible for all Ohioans and to get it done as soon as it possibly can of the General Assembly shouldn't spend their time fighting over this next week transaction whether every ten minutes on the tens from time star heating and cooling products and Johnny hill watch for a disabled vehicle getting help on the.
"frank larose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Is not negotiable obviously we can't stand here and tell people over sixty five that they should stay at home and at the same time tell a lie was that they should come out to vote secretary of state Frank larose an appeal was filed against the department of health's new order but the state Supreme Court would not hear that appeal which means the polls are closed today this in conjunction with the governor shutting down fitness centers gyms bowling alleys and movie theaters in the state governor to wind also following CDC guidelines and expanding the mass gathering order we will comply with that are we looking for better workers conform we will conform our order so we will modify our order from a hundred to two fifty the president has recommended that you not be in groups larger than ten people now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic center keep yourself and those around you healthy prevent the spread of illness wash your hands often and follow health tips that you see help dot com highway traffic in good shape an earlier accident westbound to seventy five near Dixie highway long gone you still have to deal with the new construction zone but some west bound to seventy five from before Dixie past Mineola right now traffic light enough there's no delay to get through that zone and inbound seventy four looks good too through the barrels near Montana chucking renews radio seven hundred WLW south of latest forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW despite the cloudy start to the day Tuesday will let us see more sunshine as the day progresses clubs we leaving throughout the day and as a result of pictures will top out in the mid fifties it'll be a very pleasant day for the tri state and tonight will continue to partly cloudy trend as lows drop into the upper thirties it'll be a cool store for Wednesday morning's commute from a severe weather station on nine first warning meteorologist Austin Winfield newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. forty one degrees right now the news service of advanced dentistry Ohio's election not the only one being pushed back due to the cove it nineteen pandemic this year is pushing Kentucky's primary elections back until June twenty third they'd previously been set for may nineteenth Kentucky secretary.
"frank larose" Discussed on AP News
"The Ohio primary got caught in a corona virus tug of war Monday as Republican governor Mike DeWine announced we cannot conduct this election tomorrow the end in voting for 13 hours tomorrow and conform to these guidelines to whine and secretary of state Frank larose voiced support for a lawsuit by voters seeking a delay of the primary until June 2 but hours later Ohio judge Richard fry ruled against the motion then Ohio health director in the act and step dad declaring a health emergency that would prevent the polls from opening hi Mike Ross yeah
Health chief halts Ohio primary; 3 other states forge ahead
"The Ohio primary got caught in a corona virus tug of war Monday as Republican governor Mike DeWine announced we cannot conduct this election tomorrow the end in voting for thirteen hours tomorrow and conform to these guidelines to whine and secretary of state Frank larose voiced support for a lawsuit by voters seeking a delay of the primary until June second but hours later Ohio judge Richard fry ruled against the motion then Ohio health director in the act and step dad declaring a health emergency that would prevent the polls from opening hi Mike Ross yeah
"frank larose" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"frank larose" Discussed on KCRW
"Was just a case where they found a million fraudulent votes when I look at what's happened in Texas. Excuse me, reporter interrupts because actually no one did find a million fraudulent votes in California. And there's more when I look at what's happened in Texas when I look at that catastrophe that took place in Florida. Whether Republican candidates kept getting less and less and less, Republicans got less and less as more and more mail in ballots were counted in Texas, the president's referring to unproven claims that tens of thousands of non-citizens voted illegally acclaimed. State officials have since walked back increasingly politicians are using words like fraud to describe things they don't like about the voting process or that might be unfavorable to them. It's really inappropriate for elected officials who know better that voter fraud election fraud is extremely rare. Chris Thomas ran elections in the state of Michigan for thirty six years, and it's pretty much seen at all. He says unsubstantiated claims of fraud only confused voters and a rude public confidence. He thinks that. That's a bigger threat to voting than fraud or other irregularities by nine at that confidence. It's just one more kind of chink in the armor. If you will. That undermines our democracy. Ohio secretary of state Frank Larose is also disturbed by the trend and is working with other election officials to encourage more thoughtful debate, he says, unfortunately politicians have found that such rhetoric works. If you want to get your basic cited if you want to get people to donate to your campaign, if you want to get people to show up at your rally, you push that hyperbole button. You do the fear mongering about widespread fraud or widespread suppression,.
"frank larose" Discussed on WTVN
"To the short north soon new parking rules are officially being enforced, their meaning you will have to move your car every three hours if you wanna park on a residential street in the short, north the Victorian village and Italian village, you also need us the city's new park Columbus smartphone app to pay for residential street parking at parking meter. It is very clear to me that the other side is setting up a very different type candidate than we've seen traditionally under national level. And that makes it very clear for me in a binary choice between President Trump and anybody on the left Republican officeholders in Columbus waiting on the president today and his leadership style during a panel discussion at the supreme court building wrinkly he sometimes doesn't have a filter and sometimes that's dangerous. Ohio auditor, Keith favor. They're pointing out President Trump has good and bad attributes incl-. Ending his characterizations of the press. I may not agree with what you write your paper. But I will defend your right to write it. You're right to say. And my right to disagree with I often disagree with his tone or the way that he conducts himself, but ballistic the American people didn't hire him to be a choirboy, but he has done a reasonably effective job as secretary of state. Frank Larose who says he will never appear on stage with a candidate for public office while he's running the state election system. Jared alad NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Alison, why anti-rabies six I warning weather forecast in sixty seconds. Hi, I'm Rick element. And I have a feeling that retirement is on your mind. You're wondering if you've saved enough or whether your money is in the right places, you're wondering when will you be able to retire or will you be able.