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"george election board" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"george election board" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Underground command post deep in the bowels of the hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building. We've once again made contact with a leader that his mind love, then Hello, America. Mark Levin. Here are number 87738138118773813811. I bet you senior McCain is having second thoughts about her support for job. But maybe not. You know, John McCain would be disgusted by everything he sees. I believe she was appointed as an ambassador to some country. Speaking of which, apparently Joe Biden's nominator is going to nominate Rahm Emanuel to be ambassador to Japan. I think he should be ambassador to Afghanistan, don't you, Mr Reducer? I think so. Well, I want to swing into another topic. Then we'll swing back when Tom Cotton comes on in about 15 or 20 minutes, But before I do The daily signals a highly respected News operation coming out of the Heritage Foundation. And they just wrote a piece that I think is very, very important. 15 million votes in 2020 election not accounted for, report finds. By Fred Lucas, who is a longtime reporter as well. Almost 15 million mail in ballots were unaccounted for in the 2020 presidential election, and more than a million more ballots were unbelievable, according to a new study. The public interest Legal Foundation, which is headed by a very bright man. You've heard J. Christian Adams before. Released a research brief assessing the effect of mass mail in balloting in an election with a close presidential race in key battleground states. Such as Arizona, George in Wisconsin. Now. Adams, by the way, is a former A litigator in the Department of Justice in the Civil Rights division Voting section. These figures detail has the 2020 push to mail voting. Needs to be a one year experiment, J. Christian Adams, president of Public Interest, Legal Foundation, said. The report found that 1.1 million melon ballots were under livable for various reasons. Election officials rejected another 560,000 mail in ballots. Another 14.7 million mail ballots met an unknown fate, The report says. Holy crap! Joe Biden, who defeated Donald Trump They right. With an electoral victory of 360 to 32 after winning Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin by 320.6% points or less. The Washington Post analyst. In February, found that flipping fewer than 43,000 votes across those three states. Could have changed the election outcome. 43,000 votes across those three states. The George Election Board voted to conduct a review of election questions that emerge from Fulton that way. I don't believe I'm supposed to be talking about this. Yes, yes. The Taliban is on Twitter. Trump has been banned for life. I'm sure I can't talk about this, but I'll talk about whatever the hell I want. The George Election Board voted to conduct a review of election questions that emerge from Fulton County, the state's most populous county. The review panel will investigate phone counties handling of elections not only in 2020, but complaints predating that and it could result in the states choosing an administrator to replace the Fulton County Registration Elections Board. Now. The report from Public Interest Legal Foundation analysis, Uh, on the undeliverable rejected and accounted for ballots in 2022. The report says. To put these numbers in perspective, Joe Biden carried Arizona by 10,457 votes. If the state's Maricopa County reportedly sent ballots to 110,092 outdated or wrong addresses. The group said. So they took all this data, and they did an analysis. The same scenario roughly happened in Nevada, where Biden carried with 5 33,096 votes. Clark County bounced 93,279 ballots. The report. Can you imagine if the sure on the other foot would they be saying about this election? Oh, the broadcast companies and their boardrooms will be very, very upset. It's like the vaccine don't raise any questions. And yet, while the Democrats and buying we're trashing The coming and the development of the vaccines. These companies said nothing. Because they're basically run by Democrats and leftists. That's why The report adds, The lesson is clear. Increased reliance on mass mail voting must correlate with aggressive voter registration list maintenance. The report also explains unknown ballots. The US Election Assistance Commission has local officials how many ballots were not returned as voted well under livable or were otherwise unable to be tracked. And they write. The United States Postal Service inspector General most recently reported that only 13% of mail ballots in the 2018 general election used the official tracking system. This means There's a wide variety of things that can happen to a ballot and the unknown column. The report shows that Clark County, Nevada had the second highest number of unknown ballots behind Los Angeles County, California of the 10 counties with the most unknown ballots, seven are in California. A state that Biden won handily. Democrats in Congress back expansion of this male and voting system known as H R one and S one double before the People Act. Which also would allow the controversial practice of ballot harvesting, banned most photo ID laws and restrict states and maintaining voter rolls. Of course. Because the Democrat Party is corrupted Hates America. Hates America. Thinks America is racist. And of course, the Democrat Party would know, given its history of slavery and segregation, Jim Crow and that ilk. Bills like H R one s one risk inflating these numbers even further. Pushing our election system toward era disenfranchisement, ultimately widespread doubt about any election, said Adams, while Stacey Abrams supports it, and Michelle Obama support by the way, where is Michelle Obama? Why isn't she posted one of her infamous videos. Talking about what's happening to women. In Afghanistan under Under a Biden You know women in Afghanistan, Ladies and gentlemen, they're not getting pay equity. Are you aware of this? They're not getting pay equity..

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"george election board" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"george election board" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Joe biden who defeated donald trump. They write with an electoral victory of three hundred. Sixty two thirty two after winning arizona judger wisconsin by point. Six percentage points or less a washington post analyst in february found that flipping fewer than forty. Three thousand votes across. Those three states could have changed the election. Outcome forty three thousand votes across those three states. The george election board voted to conduct a review of election. Questions emerged from fulton. By the way. I don't believe i'm supposed to be talking about this yes yes. The taliban is on twitter. Trump has been banned for life. I'm sure i can't talk about this. But i'll talk about whatever the hell i want. The george election board voted to conduct a review of election. Questions that emerged from fulton county. The state's most populous county. The review panel will investigate phone counties handling of elections not only in twenty twenty but complaints predating that and could result on the states choosing an administrator to replace the fulton county registration elections board now the report from public interest legal foundation analyses on the undeliverable. Rejected an unaccounted for ballots. In twenty twenty two the report says to put these numbers in perspective. Joe biden carried arizona by ten thousand four hundred fifty seven votes. If the state's maricopa county reportedly sent ballots to one hundred and ten thousand ninety two out-dated or wrong addresses. The group said so they took all this data and they did analysis the same scenario roughly happened in nevada where biden carried with thirty three thousand five ninety six votes at clark county balanced ninety. Three thousand two hundred seventy nine ballots. The report can you imagine if the shoe on the other foot. Would they be saying about this election. The broadcast companies and their boardrooms will be very very upset. It's like the vaccine. Don't raise any questions. And yet while the democrats and by were trashing the coming in the development of the vaccines these companies said nothing because they're basically run by democrats and leftists. That's why the report adds the lesson is clear. Increased reliance on mass. Mel voting must correlate with aggressive voter registration lists maintenance. The report also explains unknown ballots. The us election assistance commission as local officials. How many ballots were not returned voted raw undeliverable or otherwise unable to be tracked and they write the united states. Postal service inspector general. Most recently reported. They're only thirteen percent of mail ballots in the twenty eighteen general election. Use the official tracking system. This means there's a wide variety of things that can happen to a ballot in the unknown column report shows that clark county nevada had the second highest number of unknown ballots behind los angeles county california of the ten counties with the most unknown ballots. Seven are in california as state that biden one handling democrats in congress back expansion of this mail in voting system known as hr one s one dubbed the for the people at which also would allow the controversial practice of ballot harvesting ban mos photo id laws and restrict states and maintain voter course because the democrat party is corrupted hates. America.

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"george election board" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"george election board" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"George Election board voted to conduct a review of election questions that emerge from Fulton County, the state's most populous county. The review panel will investigate phone counties handling of elections not only in 2020, but complaints predating that and it could result in the states choosing an administrator to replace the Fulton County Registration Elections Board. The report from Public Interest Legal Foundation analysis on the UN deliver herbal rejected in an accounted for ballots in 2022. The report says. To put these numbers in perspective, Joe Biden carried Arizona by 10,457 votes. At the state's Maricopa County reportedly sent ballots to 110,092 outdated or wrong addresses. The group said. So they took all this data, and they did an analysis. The same scenario roughly happened in Nevada, where Biden carried with 5 33,096 votes at Clark County bounced 93,279 ballots. The report. Can you imagine if the sure on the other foot would they be saying about this election? Oh, the broadcast companies in their boardrooms will be very, very upset. Like the vaccine don't raise any questions. And yet, while the Democrats and buying more trashing The coming and the development of the vaccines. These companies said nothing. Because they're basically run by Democrats and leftists. That's why The report adds, The lesson is clear. Increased reliance on mass mail voting must correlate with aggressive voter registration list maintenance. Report also explains unknown ballots. The US Election Assistance Commission as local officials, how many ballots were not returned as voted were unbelievable, or were otherwise unable to be tracked. And they write. The United States Postal Service inspector General most recently reported that only 13% of mail ballots in the 2018 general election used the official tracking system. This means There's a wide variety of things that can happen to a ballot in the unknown column. Report shows that Clark County, Nevada had the second highest number of unknown ballots behind Los Angeles County, California of the 10 counties with the most unknown ballots, seven are in California. State that Biden won handily. Democrats in Congress back expansion of this male and voting system known as H R one and S one double before the People Act. Which also would allow the controversial practice of ballot harvesting, banned most voter I d laws and restrict states and maintaining voter on, of course. But the Democrat Party is corrupted Hates America. It's America. Thanks. America is racist. And of course, the Democrat Party would know, given its history of slavery and segregation, Jim Crow and that ilk. Those like H R one s one risk inflating these numbers even further. Pushing our election system toward era disenfranchisement, ultimately widespread doubt about any election, said Adams, while Stacey Abrams supports it, and Michelle Obama support by the way, where is Michelle Obama? I said she posted one of her infamous videos. Talking about what's happening to women. In Afghanistan under Under a Biden You know women in Afghanistan, Ladies and gentlemen, they're not getting pay equity. Are you aware of this? They're not getting pay equity. No, they're being brutalized and raped and murdered. But apparently The me too. Movement knows boundaries, right? If you can attack Republicans than me to the hell out of it, but And a few few Democrats will throw overboard. But if a whole country Is set to brutalize. It's women. It's little girl, you hear nothing. He's left. This women in Hollywood are shameless. They are. They're politically disgusting Hacks. They don't care about the women in Afghanistan. Let me tell you Let me tell you. And it goes on. The 2020 election. There are serious questions about what took place, particularly in Pennsylvania. With the Constitution of the state was violated in the federal constitution was violated. In the U. S. Supreme Court failed to do its job, even though a few justices clearly wanted But what of all these ballots? One of all these ballots. Why the Democrats in favor of doing even more. Why is Newsom in California having ballot smelled everywhere all over the place? Watch the lock everywhere. And then they harvest them. In other words, the thugs go out into nursing homes in the They pressure people like the mob. Any ballot. No, I I don't I said signed the line, okay? No, no, no, That's kind of the vote. Don't you see? Count every vote and if you don't agree with the Democrat party or racist If you don't agree with their marks as a junior, obviously a racist. What else could you possibly be? Right? We need to claw our way back. We need to push back. You're in the right place because I don't give up. We red blooded Americans. We don't give up as bad as it looking as bad as it gets. We don't give up. But we can still battle we need to battle. I'll be right back. Months lovin More Talk More perspective for Chicago Mark Levin on the Big 89. W L s the follow Strong work ethic takes pride in a job. Well done..

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"george election board" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"george election board" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Pitches. Senior McCain is having second thoughts about her support for Joe. But maybe not, And, uh, John McCain would be disgusted by everything he sees. I believe she was appointed as an ambassador to some country. Speaking of which, apparently Joe Biden's nominator is going to nominate Rahm Emanuel to be ambassador to Japan. I think he should be ambassador to Afghanistan, don't you, Mr Reduce I think so. Well, I want to swing into another topic. Then we'll swing back when Tom Cotton comes on in about 15 or 20 minutes, But before I do The daily signals a highly respected News operation coming out of the Heritage Foundation. And they just wrote a piece that I think is very, very important. 15 million votes in 2020 election not accounted for report funds. By Fred Lucas, who is a longtime reporter as well. Almost 15 million mail in ballots were unaccounted for in the 2020 presidential election, and more than a million more ballots were unbelievable, according to a new study. The public interest Legal Foundation, which is headed by a very bright man. You've heard J. Christian Adams before. Released a research brief assessing the effect of mass mail in balloting in an election with a close presidential race in key battleground states. Such as Arizona, George in Wisconsin. Adams, by the way, is a former Litigator in the Department of Justice in the Civil Rights division Voting section. These figures, detail how the 2020 push to mail voting. Needs to be a one year experiment, J. Christian Adams, president of Public Interest, Legal Foundation, said. Report found that 1.1 million melon ballots were unbelievable for various reasons. Election officials rejected another 560,000 melon ballots. Another 14.7 million mail ballots met an unknown faith, the report says. Holy crap! Joe Biden. Who defeated Donald Trump They right. With an electoral victory of 360 to 32 after winning Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin by 320.6% points or less. Washington Post analyst In February, found that flipping through ER than 43,000 votes across those three states. Could have changed the election outcome. 43,000 votes across those three states. The Georgia Election Board voted to conduct a review of election questions that emerge from Fulton that way. I don't believe I'm supposed to be talking about this. Yes, yes. The Taliban is on Twitter. Trump has been banned for life. I'm sure I can't talk about this, but I'll talk about whatever the hell I want. George Election board voted to conduct a review of election questions that emerge from Fulton County, the state's most populous county. The review panel will investigate phone counties handling of elections not only in 2020, but complaints predating that and it could result in the states choosing an administrator to replace the Fulton County Registration Elections Board. The report from Public Interest Legal Foundation analysis on the UN deliver herbal rejected in an unaccounted for ballots in 2022. Report says. To put these numbers in perspective, Joe Biden carried Arizona by 10,457 votes. At the state's Maricopa County reportedly sent ballots to 110,092 outdated or wrong addresses. The group said. So they took all this data and they did analysis. The same scenario roughly happened in Nevada, where Biden carried with 5 33,096 votes at Clark County bounced 93,279 ballots. The report. Can you imagine if the sure on the other foot would they be saying about this election? Oh, the broadcast companies in their boardrooms will be very, very upset. Like the vaccine. Don't raise any questions. And yet, while the Democrats and buying we're trashing The coming and the development of the vaccines. These companies said nothing. Because they're basically run by Democrats and leftists. That's why The report adds, The lesson is clear. Increased reliance on mass mail voting must correlate with aggressive voter registration list maintenance. Report also explains unknown ballots. The US Election Assistance Commission as local officials, how many ballots were not returned as voted were unbelievable, or were otherwise unable to be tracked. And they write. The United States Postal Service inspector General most recently reported that only 13% of mail ballots in the 2018 general election used the official tracking system. This means There's a wide variety of things that can happen to a ballot in the unknown column. Report shows that Clark County, Nevada had the second highest number of unknown ballots behind Los Angeles County, California of the 10 counties with the most unknown ballots, seven are in California. State that Biden won handily. Democrats in Congress back expansion of this mail in voting system known as H, R one and S one, dubbed before the People Act. Which also would allow the controversial practice of ballot harvesting than most photo ID laws and restrict states and maintaining voter on, of course. As the Democrat Party is corrupted, Hates America. Hates America. Thanks. America is racist. And of course, the Democrat.

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"george election board" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"george election board" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"George Election Board voted to conduct a review of election questions that emerge from Fulton County, the state's most populous county. The review panel will investigate phone counties handling of elections not only in 2020, but complaints predating that and it could result in the states choosing an administrator to replace the Fulton County Registration Elections Board. Now. The report from Public Interest Legal Foundation analyses on the UN deliver herbal rejected and accounted for ballots in 2022. Report says. To put these numbers in perspective, Joe Biden carried Arizona by 10,457 votes. At the state's Maricopa County reportedly sent ballots to 110,092 outdated or wrong addresses. The group said. So they took all this data and they did analysis. The same scenario roughly happen in Nevada, where Biden carried with 5 33,096 votes, Clark County bounced 93,279 ballots. The report. Can you imagine if the sure on the other foot would they be saying about this election? Oh, the broadcast companies on their boardrooms will be very, very upset. Like the vaccine. Don't raise any questions. And yet, while the Democrats and buying we're trashing The coming and the development of the vaccines. These companies said nothing. Because they're basically run by Democrats and leftists. That's why The report adds, The lesson is clear. Increased reliance on mass mail voting must correlate with aggressive voter registration list maintenance. The report also explains unknown ballots. The US Election Assistance Commission has local officials. How many ballots were not returned as voted were unbelievable, or were otherwise unable to be tracked. And they write. The United States Postal Service inspector General most recently reported that only 13% of mail ballots in the 2018 general election used the official tracking system. This means There's a wide variety of things that can happen to a ballot in the unknown column. Report shows that Clark County, Nevada had the second highest number of unknown ballots behind Los Angeles County, California of the 10 counties with the most unknown ballots, seven are in California. State that Biden won handily. Democrats in Congress back expansion of this mail in voting system known as H, R one and S one, dubbed the For the People Act. Which also would allow the controversial practice of ballot harvesting than most voter ID laws and restrict states and maintaining voter on, of course. As the Democrat Party is corrupted, Hates America. It's America. Thinks America is racist. And of course, the Democrat Party would know, given its history of slavery and segregation, Jim Crow and that ilk. Those like H R one s one risk conflating these numbers even further. Pushing our election system towards era disenfranchisement, ultimately widespread doubt about any election, said Adams. Well, Stacey Abrams supports it. And Michelle Obama support by the way, where is Michelle Obama? Why I said she posted one of her infamous videos. Talking about what's happening to women. In Afghanistan under Under a Biden You know women in Afghanistan, Ladies and gentlemen, they're not getting pay equity. Are you aware of this? They're not getting pay equity. No, they're being brutalized and raped and murdered. But apparently The me too. Movement knows boundaries, right? If you can attack Republicans than me to the hell out of it, but And a few few Democrats will throw overboard. But if a whole country Is set to brutalize. It's women. It's little girl, you hear nothing. These leftist women in Hollywood are shameless. They are. They're politically disgusting Hacks. And they don't care about the women in Afghanistan. Let me tell you Let me tell you. And it goes on. The 2020 election. There are serious questions about what took place, particularly in Pennsylvania. With the Constitution of the state was violated in the federal constitution was violated. In the U. S. Supreme Court failed to do its job, even though a few justices clearly wanted But what of all these ballots? What, of all these ballots? Why the Democrats in favor of doing even more. Why is Newsom in California having balance smelled everywhere all over the place? Watch the lock everywhere. And then they harvest them. In other words, the thugs go out into nursing homes in the A pressure people like the mob. Get any ballots? No, I I don't. Uh, I said signed the line, okay? No, no, no. That's count every vote. Don't you see? Count every vote and if you don't agree with the Democrat party or racist If you don't agree with their Marxist agenda, you're obviously a racist. What else could you possibly be? Right? We need to claw our way back. We need to push back. You're in the right place because I don't give up. We red blooded Americans. We don't give up as bad as it looking as bad as it gets. We don't give up. But we can still battle we need to battle. I'll be right back months below.

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"george election board" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"george election board" Discussed on NPR News Now

"401k live from npr news in washington on korva coleman. The taliban say they will safe passage for afghans trying to reach the kabul airport and flee the country. npr's jackie northern reports pentagon officials say. The pace of the flights has picked up as more us troops arrived to secure the kapalua airport. Pentagon officials say they hope to do one evacuation flight per hour with anywhere from five thousand to nine thousand evacuees. Leaving afghanistan per day taliban militants are patrolling one side of the kabul airport and there have been reports of beatings and turning away afghans. Still taliban say there will be no reprisals for those wanting to leave in a press conference tuesday. The taliban promised no revenge killings that afghanistan will have an open media and that women will be allowed to work and go to school. It's all part of a charm offensive by the militant group and is being met with scepticism. Jackie northam npr news. The death toll in haiti from last weekend's earthquake is now more than nineteen hundred people and nearly ten thousand others have been injured. Npr's jason vo van reports from near the hard hit city of kyw. Where aid efforts are ramping up. After a day when strong winds and heavy rains from tropical storm grace forced many aid groups to suspend their operations. Relief workers are planning a major push into the quake. Hit south of the country and the needs are great. Tens of thousands of houses were damaged or destroyed according to unicef f. One point two million people in the region were affected by the disaster. Many of them lost nearly everything crews from the haitian government continue search and rescue operations as well as demolishing buildings that were left in precarious states by the temblor and the us military sending eight helicopters to help ferry relief supplies into the region. Jason bobbie-ann npr news in southern haiti. What's left of tropical storm. Fred is streaming north from west virginia. To new england. The national weather service is warning of the chance of flash flooding and says some local areas could get up to five inches of rain opening arguments. Start today in new york in the federal trial against aren. Be star r kelly. He is accused of sexually exploiting children and kidnapping. He has denied all allegations against him. Npr's dossier tziokas says that prosecutors also accused kelly of running a criminal enterprise. They're saying that he headed a whole circle of people including entourage of managers and handlers and publicists and gophers who aided him in this mission in various ways The new york prosecutors are also trying to have other evidence. Admitted that they sh- they say shows that this was a long established crime circle and not just an alleged individual predator. Npr's on since yoga's reporting r. Kelly faces a second federal trial in illinois. there is charged with child pornography and obstructing justice is again denied the charges. You're listening to npr. The george election board is poised to create a review panel. That could strip the state's most populous county of the power of running its own elections. The county is home to atlanta and many democratic voters georgia republican lawmakers claim without providing evidence. That the county's elections are badly conducted officials in australia's most populous state. Say they're seeing a wave of new corona virus infections. Six hundred thirty three new cases and three deaths were reported. Tuesday rachel buongiorno says while not as severe as the us situation. Australia is working to contain the spread of the pandemic new south wales permeate gladys baradji. Clean says the worst is yet to come health. Authorities particularly concerned about the forest leaking into indigenous communities and rural areas with low vaccination rates cases linked to the sydney outbreak prompted lockdowns and camera australia's capital as well as new zealand as the country recorded. Its first case in six months. Melbourne which has been in lockdown for the past couple of weeks now faces a nightly curfew and extended lockdown for another two weeks. Meanwhile a defense contractor in the united states triggered a three day lockdown dongwon and katherine in australia's top-end after he tested positive for corona virus. Three days after his arrival for npr news. I'm rachel buongiorno in down. One of very powerful earthquake rocked the pacific ocean near the island of vanuatu today. Around twelve hundred miles east of the australian coast the magnitude was six point eight. Us officials say there was a chance of a su nami but no sue nami warning was issued in the region. I'm korva coleman. Npr news from washington..

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"george election board" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"george election board" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Flash flooding and says some local areas could get up to five inches of rain. You're listening to npr news. In haiti the death toll from last weekend's catastrophic earthquake is more than nineteen hundred people. Npr's jason bobi and isn't southern haiti and says ten thousand people were injured. The vast majority of the fatalities were in the southwestern most part of hating the tallies of vote deaths and injuries are expected to rise. Search and rescue operations continue in spots where people are still believed to be trapped. The number of injured is also expected to go up as hospitals have been struggling to treat all of the incoming u s coast guard helicopters. Have been ferrying. Some of the most critical patients to port au prince for more sophisticated treatment but others with less severe injuries have been waiting days to be seen medical aid groups and the haitian government say. They're doing the best. They can in extremely difficult conditions including tropical storm to get all the patients. Jason bobbie-ann npr news in southern haiti opening. Statements are set for today in new york in the federal trial of our nba star. R kelly. He's accused of sexual exploitation of girls and women and sexual trafficking among other charges. Kelly has pleaded not guilty to all the accusations separately. He faces federal charges in illinois on accusations of child pornography and obstructing justice is again pleaded not guilty. The george election board is poised to create a review panel. That could strip the state's most populous county of the power of running its own elections. The county is home to atlanta and many democratic voters georgia republican lawmakers claim without providing evidence. That the county's elections have been badly conducted on korva coleman. Npr news from washington support for npr and the following message. come from american express. Make the most of your life with offers on travel. Dining and entertainment. Learn more at american express dot com slash with amex..

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05:58 min | 1 year ago

"george election board" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"90 you could make your contribution online at W A. B e dot org's slash donate. You can also texture friends that that link w eb dot org's slash donate. We're almost there to claim this match of $25,000. We need you to do it. That's right. We're not there yet. And just 30 more minutes to go in all things considered, so why wait? We really do need to hear from you 678553 90 90 w babe dot org's slash donate. Partly cloudy skies in the city right now. 82 degrees, it's 90.1 w A B E Atlanta Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. President Biden tonight delivers a joint address to Congress unlike any other in modern history, with the nation, hoping to gain the upper hand on a brutal more than year long pandemic and agenda, calling from major spending and taxation on the two top spots in the line of succession held by women. NPR's Franco Ordonez has details cites President Comma Harris will call the proceedings to order and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will formally introduce buy into Congress. It'll be quick, but I'll make for a significant and historic image. During a speech, President Biden is expected to address his efforts to rebuild the economy, fight the pandemic and expand access to health care. He'll also rollout is sweeping $1.8 trillion plan to boost funding for child care paid leave and community colleges. This won't look like a typical presidential address to a joint session because of social distancing restrictions on Lee 200 people are expected to attend instead of the roughly 1600, who typically do Franco or Dona as NPR NEWS Washington The U. S Senate has voted to overturn a Trump administration rule that rolled back methane emissions standards for oil and gas drillers. MPR's Jeff Brady reports methane leaks can be found throughout the oil and gas production process. Senators used their power under the Congressional Review Act to pass a resolution that would reverse the Trump era rule and restore stricter regulations from the Obama era. The oil industry says it's already working to reduce leaks, but environmentalists say that needs to happen faster to address climate change. The House is expected to vote on the resolution in coming weeks. NPR's Jeff Brady reporting George's Election board met today for the first time under a new voting law. It was the first meeting without Georgia's secretary of state Brad Raffles. Berger, who was stripped of his role on the board by the Georgia Legislature, from member station W. A. B M, or hurt reports, the General Assembly replaced the elected secretary of state with the board chair they appoint, but that replacement has not yet been appointed. So the vice chair filled in for the meeting. The new law also gives the GOP controlled election board the power to take over county Election management. David were Lee, a Democrat on the state board. Protest to that idea, for one will never use the power that the General Assembly has given us this place local boards of elections and frankly, I do not believe other current members of this board will either. Early, says the State Election Board has no staff for budget and will continue to depend on the secretary of state's office to help draft rules and conduct investigations for NPR news. I'm Emma hurt in Atlanta. Federal hate crime charges have been announced. In the case of the death of Ahmad are Brae Ah black man who was killed while jogging through a neighborhood in Georgia last year. No trial date has been set. Wall Street the Dow closed down 1 64, the NASDAQ off 39. This is NPR news from W A. B C news in Atlanta. I'm a meal. Moffett We have mostly cloudy skies 82 degrees at 604. Good evening, as you just heard from NPR. The three men charged in the death of a model Barbary are now facing charges of federal hate crimes and kidnapping, attempted kidnapping charges. Travis and Gregory McMichael and William Roddy Brian, all of whom are wife were indicted today by a federal grand jury in the southern district of Georgia. All three men are accused of chasing and fatally shooting armory who was black. After they spotted him running in their Brunswick neighborhood in February of 2020. The men told police they thought our burrito was a burglar. They are also facing murder charges at the state level. And Atlanta developer who helped shape the Atlanta Beltline is popular East Side Trail is now turning his attention to the Westside Crystal Edmondson has that story. New City bought 19 Acres between the belt line and the Westside Park it Bellwood quarry. The price tag. Nearly $16 million. Company officials say they want to create the same connectivity they built on the belt lines East side where the trail links to historic fourth Ward Park shops and offices with big corporate clients like Chick fil A in Black Rock. New City says it'll meet with residents to understand what they want. West Atlanta neighborhoods are gentrifying quickly as companies, including Microsoft look to build in town, especially along the belt line from the Atlanta Business Chronicle. I'm Crystal Levinson for WLBT News. The Atlanta entrepreneur who built up one of Georgia's largest movie studios has sold the company to a private equity firm in Los Angeles Black Hole studios has been sold for $120 Million to Commonwealth Group Sale was announced today by Black Call founder and C Ryan Millsap. Black hole produces around $700 million worth of content each year. It recently submitted a controversial land swap deal in the cab county to expand sound stages and production capacity. 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"george election board" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"george election board" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"No news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. President Biden tonight delivers a joint address to Congress unlike any other in modern history, with the nation, hoping to gain the upper hand on a brutal more than year long pandemic and agenda, calling from major spending and taxation on the two top spots in the line of succession held by women. NPR's Franco Ordonez has detail size president Comma Harris will call the proceedings to order and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will formally introduce buy into Congress. It'll be quick, but it'll make for a significant and historic image. During a speech, President Biden is expected to address his efforts to rebuild the economy, five pandemic and expand access to health care. He'll also rollout is sweeping $1.8 trillion plan to boost funding for child care paid leave and community colleges. This won't look like a typical presidential address to a joint session because of social distancing restrictions on Lee 200 people are expected to attend instead of the roughly 1600, who typically do Franco or Dona as NPR NEWS Washington The U. S Senate has voted to overturn a Trump administration rule that rolled back methane emissions standards for oil and gas drillers. MPR's Jeff Brady reports methane leaks can be found throughout the oil and gas production process. Senators used their power under the Congressional Review Act to pass a resolution that would reverse the Trump era rule and restore stricter regulations from the Obama era. The oil industry says it's already working to reduce leaks, but environmentalists say that needs to happen faster to address climate change. The House is expected to vote on the resolution in coming weeks. NPR's Jeff Brady reporting George's Election board met today for the first time under a new voting law. It was the first meeting without Georgia's secretary of state Brad Raffles. Berger, who was stripped of his role on the board by the Georgia Legislature, from member station W. A. B M, or hurt reports, the General Assembly replaced the elected secretary of state with the board chair they appoint, but that replacement has not yet been appointed. So the vice chair filled in for the meeting. The new law also gives the GOP controlled election board the power to take over county election management. David were Lee, a Democrat on the state board protest to that idea. I, for one will never use the power that the General Assembly has given us this place local boards of elections and frankly, I do not believe other current members of this board will either. Early, says the State Election Board has no staff for budget and will continue to depend on the secretary of state's office to help draft rules and conduct investigations for NPR news. I'm Emma hurt in Atlanta. Federal hate crime charges have been announced. In the case of the death of Ahmad are Brae Ah black man who was killed well, jogging through a neighborhood in Georgia last year. No trial date has been set. Wall Street, the Dow closed down 1 64, the NASDAQ off 39. This is NPR news by from news 88 7 in Houston on gay with water. Houston homeowners could be getting some higher water bills starting this summer. Jen Rice says the city is proposing a rate increase to cover expenses. The average single family home could see its water bill increased by around $4 of month, according to the city's public Works Department. Mayor Sylvester Turner said the rate has to go up so the city can upgrade and maintain the system, so it's ready for storms. It's important that we have a rotting waste water system. That is reliable and dependable, and that can function in times of extreme weather conditions. The recommended water and wastewater race. Keep us on a path to resume your Houston plan anymore. Recision Houston the city says Houstonians have the lowest average monthly water bills of any major city in Texas. Council could approve the plan in the next couple weeks, and the changes would go into effect on July 1st. I'm generalized in Houston. In other news this afternoon, a bill that would penalize people for taking part in a riot is advancing in Austin. Lucy of Austin's tells us the bill's definition of a riot has changed slightly as previously reported by Houston Public media the bill to find a riot as a gathering of at least seven people that created an immediate danger of damage to property or people, obstructed law enforcement or deprived any person of illegal right after critics called the description deceptively vague, the wording was slightly altered. It now says that a riot is not an assembly of those exercising their First Amendment rights unless the group are takes in certain actions outlined in the Bills previous description. The state Senate has already passed a measure and it now goes to the House for consideration. Here's baseball at Minute Maid Park Tonight is the Astros continue their series against the Seattle Mariners. First pitch is at 7 10. For more on the coronavirus in greater Houston..

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"george election board" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"george election board" Discussed on KCRW

"This hour. We preview President Biden's big speech tonight. He is expected to address the pandemic and roll out a new proposal. The American families plan what you'll hear people hear from him. Tonight is not just how far we've come. But the fact that government can work democracy can work. Plus, we meet a commanding general of the Afghan army and get his take on whether the U. S won its 20 year war in Afghanistan. Winning the war know that the U. S helped create an environment that can went Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. President Biden tonight delivers a joint address to Congress unlike any other in modern history, with the nation, hoping to gain the upper hand on a brutal more than year long pandemic and agenda, calling from major spending and taxation on the two top spots in the line of succession held by women. NPR's Franco Ordonez has details. Size president Comma Harris will call the proceedings to order and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will formally introduce buy into Congress. It'll be quick, but I'll make for a significant and historic image. During a speech, President Biden is expected to address his efforts to rebuild the economy, fight the pandemic and expand access to health care. He'll also rollout is sweeping $1.8 trillion plan to boost funding for child care paid leave and community colleges. This won't look like a typical presidential address to a joint session because of social distancing restrictions on Lee 200 people are expected to attend instead of the roughly 1600, who typically do Franco or Dona as NPR NEWS Washington The U. S Senate has voted to overturn a Trump administration rule that rolled back methane emissions standards for oil and gas drillers. MPR's Jeff Brady reports methane leaks can be found throughout the oil and gas production process. Senators used their power under the Congressional Review Act to pass a resolution that would reverse the Trump era rule and restore stricter regulations from the Obama era. The oil industry says it's already working to reduce leaks, but environmentalists say that needs to happen faster to address climate change. The House is expected to vote on the resolution in coming weeks. NPR's Jeff Brady reporting George's Election board met today for the first time under a new voting law. It was the first meeting without Georgia's secretary of state Brad Raffles. Berger, who was stripped of his role on the board by the Georgia Legislature, from member station W. A. B M, or hurt reports, the General Assembly replaced the elected secretary of state with the board chair they appoint, but that replacement has not yet been appointed. So the vice chair filled in for the meeting. The new law also gives the GOP controlled election board the power to take over county Election management. David were Lee, a Democrat on the state board protests had that idea. I, for one will never use the power that the General Assembly has given us this place local boards of elections and frankly, I do not believe other current members of this board will either. Early, says the State Election Board has no staff for budget and will continue to depend on the secretary of state's office to help draft rules and conduct investigations for NPR news. I'm Emma hurt in Atlanta. Federal hate crime charges have been announced. In the case of the death of Ahmad are Brae Ah black man who was killed while jogging through a neighborhood in Georgia last year. No trial date has been set. Wall Street the Dow closed down 1 64, the NASDAQ off 39. This is NPR news and at three or four on Wednesday, April 28. This is KCRW news. I'm Larry Peral. Alameda Police are under fire now to releasing body camera footage showing the death of a Latino man in their custody. The video made public last night reveals officers kneeling on Mario Gonzales is back and shoulder for more than five minutes until he became unresponsive. Footage has immediately drawn comparison to the murder of George Floyd by a former cop in Minneapolis. The Alameda arrest happened the same day a jury began deliberating in the George Floyd murder case. The autopsy findings have not been released yet. But Gonzalez his family has accused police of excessive force and escalating, which should have been a minor encounter with the unarmed man. Death is currently under investigation by the Alameda County Sheriff's Department in district Attorney's office. Three officers involved in the arrest have been placed on paid leave. In his first major address to Congress this evening. President Biden is expected to talk about some of the groundbreaking issues over the past few months. But one local one issue local congresswoman Judy Chu wants him to discuss is the rise in anti Asian hate crimes is Kcrw's Tara Autry and reports she's bringing the son of a woman killed and when the deadliest recent examples of hate as her guest Representative Judy Chu says she's looking forward to hearing bite and discuss his plans to end the pandemic and rebuild our economy. But one thing she says, she's really hoping he'll talk about are the other problems arising from the coronavirus. That includes the ongoing issues of hate crimes against Asian Americans. Nearly 4000 incidents have been log since last March as a member of the virtual audience will be flanked by Robert Peterson, the son of Yung IU, one of six Asian women killed in the Atlanta spa shootings last month. He says it's imperative that no other family experience what he's gone through to see that her life was cut short because of racial bias. I believe and hatred toward certain people for where they work who they are what they believe in With one bite into put a focus on choose No Hate Act, which would improve hate crimes reporting on this case, you are the least, are a tree on reporting and a federal grand jury has indicted two men on hate crime charges for assaulting a group of people at a Turkish restaurant in Beverly Hills. Both of the defendants are Armenia Americans and live in the L. A area. The only times reports they were among nine people who drove to the cafe to Kathy Istanbul after a protest outside the Turkish consulate last fall. Support for NPR comes from Lindamood Bell learning centers with instruction to help students conquer learning loss. Summer programs for reading comprehension and math. Learn more at lindamood bell dot com slash NPR..

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"george election board" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"george election board" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The polls open for today. Senate runoff He felt it was necessary again to debunk each and every claim of voter fraud that's been offered by President Trump and others since the November election, And in so doing, state voting systems manager Gabriel Sterling makes clear to every Georgian, your vote is safe to be cast. Those who insist there is fraud. Sterling's message. If you believe in your heart of hearts that there was the best thing for you to do is to turn out and vote and make it harder for them to steal After trade. It's 95.5 WSB, a law professor at George Washington University files a formal complaint in Georgia against President Trump over his phone call in which he's asking secretary State Brad Rapids Burger. To find him or votes. The complaint says the president's broken several state laws, including conspiracy to commit voter fraud, illegal attempt to call someone else to influence the election by illegal means that Mashburn with the George Election Board, says the president's claims about massive voter fraud had been debunked. Several Georgia counties report threats ahead of today's runoff. Cherokee County Sheriff's Office is some county employees got an email threatening polling places on Election day officers from different department to be stationed all 40 Cherokee County polling locations to keep them safe. Several other counties report getting the same threatening email, the FBI and G B I are now investigating. Despite so much division between the political parties. A new poll from the AARP of Georgia finds a majority of older voters share the same concerns. Medicare something negotiate prices. Didn't bring an alarm Representatives in Washington Billy Baker with the AARP says older voters may tip the scales of the run off, with the majority leaning toward the Republican incumbents. But he notes, the numbers flip for younger Georges. Nobody has produced time. 7.

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"george election board" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"george election board" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That with Nancy Line. She's in D. C. Hey, Nance. Hey, Carol on late night phone call between President Trump and Georgia's secretary state Brad Rapids Burger over the weekend, is raising concerns in that call. The president demands Rapids Burger find enough votes to overturn the results of the presidential race in the state elections. Officials in Georgia already recounted the ballots three times, and it maintained that Joe Biden is the winner. Reference Burger spoke with ABC is Good Morning America and says he did not want to take the president's call. No, I never believed it was appropriate to speak to the president, but he pushed out. I guess he had a staff push us they wanted to call The only Democrat on George's Election board has asked for an investigation into whether President Trump violated state law All 10 living. Former U. S. Defense secretaries are among those calling for a peaceful transition of power this month, warning against any effort to involve the military in resolving election disputes. BLOOM. Bloomberg's Amy Morris reports from Washington Congress is set to meet on Wednesday In a joint session to certify President elected Joe Biden's victory. The former defense secretaries from both Republican and Democratic administrations, warned that bringing the military into President Trump's argument would take the country into dangerous territory. Washington Post opinion piece was in response to President Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn's assertion that the president has the power to rerun the election in swing states under military supervision. In Washington. I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg Radio. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on.

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"george election board" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"george election board" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Bill Cayenne chose reporting live with in depth coverage of the president's contentious phone call, which are just secretary of state. Yes, God. President Trump insists he won Georgia and tell Secretary of State Grand Rapids Burger to find the votes necessary. Wrong with saying that you know that you've recalculating the hour long phone call the president fires back at Rapids Burger when he says the election results are accurate. You no, no, no. You know you don't have you don't have not even love appearing on ABC is Good Morning America on Channel Two Rapids. Burger is asked to President Trump's request to find votes is against the law lawyer. All I know is that we're gonna follow the law follow the process. Truth matters, Rapids, Berger says. The president did most of the talking on the phone call. Do you want to make my points? The data that he has is just plain wrong. WSB political analyst Bill Crane says he started what he heard on the phone call. I can't imagine an elected official of any office essentially Asking an election official to find votes. Democrat on George's Elections board calls for an investigation to determine if the president's demands violates state law reporting live Bill Cappuccio 95.5 WSB. Don't call yourself just click wsb radio dot com. Mostly sunny and 56. Today will be cool and breezy Tomorrow. Rain chances go up late in the work week. That's coming up my five day forecast right now. 34 on Peachtree Street and for Kirk Mellish on Channel two Action News meteorologist Brad Knits growing into door across from the Cap County's been difficult home boarding long We have three separate crashes 85 North Georgia Jimmy Carter Boulevard. I wanted my to just start to make this study sign in the sky Copter Smile averse McGee, 35.5 WSB company Best Reduced time is 7 32. This is Atlantis Morning News. And here's Marcie Williams jutting above the day before George's Runoff election brings lots of big names to the state. Double The SPS Michelle write reports live. There will be one last big push today to get voters to the polls there will judge about three million people already voted for tomorrow. Senate.

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