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"howie hawkins" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Rain tonight with a low 43 to 47 considerable cloudiness for tomorrow with a high 57 to 61 Sunday, occasional afternoon rain body with a high 55 to 59. Mac. You whether it's Gregory. Patrick News, any 3.1 kfbk? Yeah, we got a little rain out there. We've got grab ace showing 48 46 in ranch Cordova and Sacramento 46 degrees. 6, 11 and Kfbk and our poll question for you. Today. Nevada City has joined in other areas opposing finds on people who don't wear a face mask and we're assuming that this is where it's mandated businesses there say that they're concerned about the safety of the visitors. So It was a unanimous City Council decision. The fine is $100 for the first defense, 150 for the 2nd and 200 for the third. So that your poll question today. What do you think of that? And you can weigh in. You can also Call us and put it on our pound to 50 line, which is pound to 50 on your smartphone. Then you say, open mic. And then you couldn't record your comment. You know, government officials find people $100 just work with people asking, for goodness sakes. The government's already out of control and trying to take away all of our liberties. Okay, so there's a one opinion there. You're certainly welcome to way and we'll do this one more time in about half an hour. If you would like to weigh in. But you can also vote on our Twitter page as well. Other news fall sports for the Big West Conference have been counseled for the 2021 season, the board of directors decided to cancel all fall sports due to what they said were ongoing health and safety challenges. Officials are expected to make an announcement regarding some spring sports next month. And after spending more than $14 million in getting on the ballot in more than a dozen states, Kanye West garnered less than 67,000 votes or fewer than 1/10 of a percent. Nationally, according to NBC News, West finished seventh behind Joe Biden, Donald Trump. Jo Jorgensen, Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins, Alliance Party candidate, Rocky Della Forte and Party for Socialism and Liberation candidate Gloria Low, Riva. In total after Kanye spent $14.4 billion in federal fire per federal filings said billion sorry It accounts to $215 per vote, So I think it says he spent 14 million. Billy Dee a lot. It's 6 30. Now I gay FBK. All right, coming up. The adviser vaccine could be fully approved by the FDA. Anytime. Now we'll take a look at how they might be distributed on news 93.1 kpk life everywhere on the I Heart radio app coronavirus. California's numbers skyrocketing again, you need to know over Sacramento region triggered the state's new regional stay at home order steak, and then I see new capacity fell.
"howie hawkins" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And by the listeners of sweetie, This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene and I'm no well King. Good morning when he gave his victory speech on Saturday, President elect Joe Biden specifically thanked black voters for helping him to win. The African American community stood up again and I'll have your butt. As we know The black community is not a monolith. I talked to three black men about the election. What message they had heard from the Biden campaign. And the future. John Settles is 59 lives in Seattle, he voted for Biden. Tim Graves is 58 lives in Jacksonville, Florida He voted for Trump and Dmitry Coals from Waterbury, Connecticut, is 25. He voted for Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins, because he just didn't connect with either major party. Is a trust issue. I view the black communities relationship with the Democratic Party. For example, as sort of like a domestic violence relationship. You know, we've been given our vote to them oily. For 55 60 years and we have got nothing in return. And as for the Republican Party, I don't feel as if They hear about me at all, you know, but it's just more bleeding. Dimitri. This is a hard thing to quantify. What is the nothing that Democrats have promised that you haven't gotten well, first I got to start off by saying I was on board with Bernie Sanders. Okay, the issues that he was, you know, student debt forgiveness. Medicare for all criminal justice reform. And he laid on his like no specific things for the community that I really thought that were no common sense things. And I saw Joe Biden. You know, he was saying that Medicare for alls never gonna happen is not possible. Then he know Lee stipulations on, you Know, student loan forgiveness, criminal justice reform a tart for me to even trust him on that, you know, seeing his responsibility that 1994 crime bill. Oh, and that's where the trust issue came in for me, John. You voted for Joe Biden. When you hear Dmitri say the Democrats haven't done much for us. Tell me what goes through your mind. Really? What mattered for me in this election? I love Bernie Sanders platform. I really was looking for someone to dispose Trump..
"howie hawkins" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene. And I'm no well King. Good morning when he gave his victory speech on Saturday, President elect Joe Biden specifically thanked black voters for helping him to win. The African American community stood up again. And I have yours. But as we know, the black community is not a monolith. I talked to three black men about the election. What message they had heard from the Biden campaign and the future. John settles is 59 lives in Seattle. He voted for Biden. Tim Graves is 58 lives in Jacksonville, Florida He voted for Trump. And Dmitry Coals from Waterbury, Connecticut, is 25. He voted for Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins, because he just didn't connect with either major party. Is a trust issue. I view the black communities relationship with the Democratic Party. For example, as sort of like a domestic violence relationship. You know, we've been given a vault of them oily. For 55 60 years and we have got nothing in return. And as for the Republican Party, I don't feel as if They care about me at all, you know, but it's just more bleeding. Dimitri. This is a hard thing to quantify. What is the nothing that Democrats have promised that you haven't gotten well, first? I just start off by saying I was on board with Bernie Sanders. Okay, the issues that he was, you know, student that forgiveness Medicare for all criminal justice reform, and he later on is like, you know, specific things for the community that I really thought that were no common sense things. And I saw Joe Biden. You know, he was saying that Medicare for all is never gonna happen is not possible. Then he know Les stipulations on, you Know, Student loan, forgiven this criminal justice reform. It's hard for me to even trust him on that, you know, seeing his responsibility at 1994 Crime Bill on DH. That's where the trust issue came in. For me, John. You voted for Joe Biden. When you hear Dmitri say the Democrats haven't done much for us. Tell me what goes through your mind. Really? What mattered for me in this election? I love Bernie Sanders platform. I really was looking for someone to dispose Trump. I didn't want to squander my vote on A position that would dilute that power. And so that was more important to me. You pick to the guy you thought could win. I did. I mean, I have some policy issues that that are concerning and but they're more of a concern under the current administration. What is the policy issues that concern you top, too? The economy Cove it and racial equity. I know that's three. No, that's good. That's fine. What did you hear from President Trump that made you think on these three issues? This guy? Not just this guy isn't fixing it, but it's so bad that I'm willing to back a candidate. I don't love because I want him out. I just didn't hear myself included and a lot of the rhetoric in the last four years. I mean, I know there's a lack of compassion, and it just didn't resonate with me. Mr Graves. Let me turn this over to you. You voted for President Trump. You heard, Mr Settles say, I didn't feel like when he spoke. He was talking to me. Give me an example of a moment where you heard President Trump speak and you really did feel included? Yes, ma'am and the one after almost 40 years of promises. From every president up to Donald Trump, Historically black colleges for the first time I got Long term funding is Number two. The flooring of black unemployment is absolutely incredible. Of course, we know that it is the top that has never been in the country. Tried to Kobe. And number three. As you said, I mean, what do we have the load? I mean, from the point that Johnson and the Democrat Party back in the late sixties and early seventies Make policies that take a black man out of the house with will fare that's been one of the goals set. Is to make sure that blacks in general remained own government assistance. And they could keep that vote. What does Joe Biden have to do to be your president? Absolutely zero, because I mean, I will. Once everything is settled. Can't accept him as the president because he will be the president. But personally, I mean, absolutely nothing. You know, And it goes all the way back to the crime field. So I doubt very seriously that I'd be able to come around because I think, ultimately, ultimately what his actions are will determine that, you know, and it doesn't matter what party you you're from. If your policies that it's your issues that I vote off Mr Coles, you voted for third party candidate? What does Joe Biden have to do to become your president? Really? He would have to, you know, make Mars changes to his platform and his followers give me some examples like Medicare for all like, For example, that's that's really big for me, especially someone who's about to be. Kicked off my parents healthcare plan and next year Not only did I graduate college, but you know, I also went to grad school so drastic changes you go to no student loans are also needed into higher education in general. And do I think he could do it. I don't think so. I don't think he will do it either. Mr Settles. You voted for Joe Biden because you wanted President Trump out of office and it looks like you got what you wanted. You were reluctant Biden voter. What does he need to do to get you behind him? One has got to be discussion in terms of bringing different viewpoints into having a concerted effort to move the issues forward. You know, racial equity is really think for me, I think in this hole The George florid moment. We've We've missed an opportunity because now it's devolved into Looting and vandalism and people want to, you know, label it is that but it opened the door to a conversation that really we haven't had in a long really.
"howie hawkins" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The Democratic challenger, leaving Trump by 2.3 points. 48.12 45.8 in a four way presidential race. Of likely voters. Libertarian candidate Yo yo organs in has the support of 3% and the Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins has 0.9% Now since the I B the tip 2020 presidential election tracking poll launched on Monday, October 12 By the support has slipped 3.8 pointy down from 51.9 to a new low of 48.1. Trump's numbers have gone the other way. Rising to 0.4 points to his new high water mark of 45.8. Buyten's lead. Peaked at 8.6 points points in the October 13 IBD poll. Biden's narrower support reflects trumps game More third party support and more voters who are undecided or declined to say Who they support now in a head to head forget the four way in a head to head Trump versus Biden Pole. Biden leads by 2.8 49 to 46.2. But Biden support has dropped. 3.7 point since October, 12th. Trump's support is up 3.9 points. Biden's lead among likely independent voters is narrowed again. 2 45 to 41%. Buyten's lead ranged from six points to double digits, but now it's at four. Percent. Meanwhile, Donald Trump is having a much easier time corralling Republicans than Biden is having and nailing down Democrats Biden Leads 92 7 among Democrats. Trump leads 94 to 4 among Republicans. Still the latest Trump versus Biden, Paul continues to highlight what could be a big problem for the president. And that is what they portray here as wayward 2016 trump voters among people who voted for Trump in 2016 7% say they now support Biden 89% say they'll back Trump again. Biden does better among Hillary voters. Those 3% say they support Trump 95% back. Biden. In addition to faring better among 2016 Trump and Clinton voters, Biden gets more support than Trump. Among 2016 3rd party voters, But all of this Is narrowing the next paragraph shades of 2016. In 2016 almost all presidential, Paul's pointed to a Hillary Clinton victory over Donald Trump. The I b d tip, Paul was one of only two poles. Credited with predicting trumps 2016 surprise showing Tip. Maybe he's polling partners succeeded in picking up on the greater enthusiasm among Republicans for their candidate. Now, the latest IBD Tipp poll. Trump versus Biden has some similarities. With the Trump versus Clinton race, Republicans again see Muchmore excited about their candidate. However, Buyten's Four point lead among independents. Is one important contrast from 2016 Trump carried independence 43 to 42 in 2016, Hey, still have some ground to make up to pull that off. The bottom line is that it is narrowing exactly like it did in 2016. And the of the other polls. They're showing Biden still with a massive double digit lead here, or Ah, hi, single digit lead over there. Once again, these Paul's don't seem to have any backup. And they seem to be following the same course of action as they followed in 2016, and these Poles ended up being as you'll recall dramatically wrong. So that's the latest on the on the tip. IBD polling business. There's a couple of things I want to share with you before the program concludes today. Plus, we got to get back to your phone calls a brief break and will resume right after Rush is always at work, and the baby never closes.
"howie hawkins" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A Good morning. It's a M Tampa Bay on a Tuesday morning here at 5 41. And if you want to comment on something, this is the time to do it. 809 69. 9352 and we are going to be joined by Ray, Stay Jake here, it 5 50. He's the meteorologist with the weather channel, and we're going to talk about Delta. See Gamma Delta? Yeah. Man, This has been one wild and wicked. Storm season. It's not orderly into November. We got a long time to go. What So far so good for our little neck of the woods here. It's been really tough, over and East Texas. Hey, in the First post poll since President Trump announced the haddock over 19. His chances of re election surged. This one says, Assign it. His infection and what they call raucous debate performance didn't hurt his chances for re election. So New John Zogby strategies. AM I research Solution Survey? That's a mouthful. It is the John Zogby's strategies. E M I research solution Survey. Shared showed Biden a 49 to 47. But that's his smallest lead yet in the polls in a four way race Biden leads 47 to 45 with 2% each for Dr Joe Jorgensen of the Libertarian Party. And Green Party nominee Howie Hawkins. You ever heard of either one of those? No, I have it. I love the name Howie Hawkins Hawkins. And Dr Joe Jorgensen. I don't know if that's a guy or a woman. Joo. Which clearly is Joanna Joanne. Yeah. Google, Dr Joe Jorgensen. See if that J o I ive I know how to Georgians in Okay? That is a It's a female. I thought so. So where is she from saying anything about her there? She is Viking actually from Minnesota. Kidding. She's not a Viking. Um I don't know where she's from Illinois, Oillinois, Illinois, but with a name like Jorgensen. The organs. She says. She's never smoked pot, but she'll still defend your right to do so. A little bit ago. She smoked pot. What? Ally? Yeah. Anyway. The survey challenge the media's narrative about Biden building his lead over Trump and even surprised, pollster John Zogby said. Contrary to my own observations, it looks like the president has not been hurt by his debate performance. Nor his hospitalization is 47% performance is actually a point higher. Than his vote percentage in 2016. I think he won at 2016 race. Biden had a solid lead in the past two Zogby, eh, my poles. Showing that the race is tightening in there. July 8th Pole, Biden led 49 to 42%. And in their latest poll from August, 29th Biden had a six point lead at 48. 42% So I guess the lead is shrinking a little bit down. 49 47. If you believe all that stuff. All the polls. They were certainly inaccurate on the last election will We'll see how that works out. It's 5 45, and we go to the newsroom and Chris Trackman. A majority of Americans believe President Trump handled his corona virus infection irresponsibly. A new CNN survey found 63% believe he was careless about the risk of infecting others around him. Another 69% say they don't trust with White House released regarding the president's health. Mr. Trump has left Walter Reed Medical Center and is recovering from his Corona virus infection at the White House. Joe Biden is trying to make it clear that he supports police at an NBC News town hall, the Democratic presidential nominee, said he actually wants to increase police funding. Resident trumps accused Biden of wanting to defund police. Biden says the Trump Administration has tried to put a lid on voting by discouraging people to vote by mail. Judge Amy Cockney barrettes going before a Senate panel next week. Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham has formally scheduled the start date for the Supreme Court nominees hearing, which is next Monday. A decision comes as to Republican members of the committee of tested positive for the Corona virus, while two others are self isolating. I'm Chris Trunk Man news radio fella. Now let's check sports Sports to 45 95. Www d A. N A. M 6 20 SportsCenter. I'm Erin Jacobson. The Tampa Bay Rays lost Game one of the American League Division series to the New York Yankees yesterday. 93 the Rays Now trail the Yankees won game there. Nothing in the best of five American League Division series game too will be today. At 8 10 last night. Monday night Football. The Kansas City Chiefs beat the New England Patriots 26 to 10. The Green Bay Packers took care of business and beat Buccaneer Division rival Atlanta Falcons. 30 to 16 tonight, eh? NBA Finals Game four as the Lakers lead the Siri's two games to one of the best of seven Tip off tonight at nine o'clock Lakers against Miami, the Houston Texans of Fired Head coach and general manager Bill O'Brien. They've named associate head coach Romeo Crennel as the team's interim head coach. For more on these stories of Senate.
"howie hawkins" Discussed on Radio Atlantic
"So hard in the other assumption in that, you know accusation that no doubt would be shook thrown at me is that our people would vote for Biden if I wasn't on about it and we know from twenty sixteen exit polls that sixty one percent of Jill Stein's voters would have stayed home and you plug those numbers into the closest states Michigan. Wisconsin in Pennsylvania wouldn't have made a difference. We bring new people to the polls. In what they've done in Wisconsin is I think suppress voter turnout. ardy suppression is part of Voter Suppression. It's what the Democrats do. For example, my running mate. Angela. Walker of native daughter of Black Milwaukee got sixty seven thousand votes in two thousand, fourteen running for sheriff as an independent socialist. You think those people feel about her getting thrown off the ballot by the Democrats. You know allow those people may be just disgusted and you're not vote at all now. I. Wonder. If you can just walk me through a little bit more of your life of how you got to be involved in founding the party or helping found the party, it's not like you grew up as a political operative and sitting obsessed with presidential trivial. Day. No I my parents weren't involved in politics. They were Republicans, and what I learned was Republicans over civil rights staying out of stupid foreign wars and they weren't like Republic Day. They're willing to pay their taxes, but they WANNA make sure to government spin it. Right. is a that they just wanted to vomit delete Milan. When I was young, I mean, my cousins once said cousins are the children and one of the first Japanese Award Brad's from World War Two and be an army brats they were stationed in Virginia. Another set of white cousins had moved here from Indiana where they lost family farm and the white cousins being censored a white school in Asian cousins being spent to the colored schools. You know this is ABC getting into elementary school and I'm thinking. Man That is wrong is a little kid. I just felt that was wrong in an I got into Slu and told me the went on my desk and put my hands over my head and case a nuclear war and we practice that and I knew that wasn't going to save us you I knew enough about nuclear weapons that that was you know. So I wondered what the adults are doing. So I already had a lot of skepticism. In in as I got into my teen years thinking about you know where asks Dan in civil rights movements all around the Reagan's campaign against a fair housing law that just passed Republicans successfully got revealed in a referendum this in California where I was coming up and then I watched the Democrats seat the racist dixiecrats instead of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic delegation. So I'm asking where's my party and the lesser evil one Johnson escalated massively in Vietnam. In both parties supported debt so By that time I was pretty good and I was coming up in the San Francisco Bay area where the movements were pretty strong. So I got swept up into that time. and. And all throughout you've been a work in Steph gone through each day. Yeah. I was unloading trucks at ups at night in campaigning for governor in one time against Senator Clinton during the day or at least afternoon I did get some sleep..
"howie hawkins" Discussed on Radio Atlantic
"To the ticket, I'M ISAAC TO BEAR. This election more than any election amount of memory feels like a continuation of the last one. For Donald Trump he's proposed no new policies or argument for a second term just. Make America. Great again again. For Democrats, they're desperately trying to make sure that what happened two thousand sixteen doesn't happen again. And for such a close electoral college loss can point to any number of factors Jim. Komi. Russia not campaigning in the Mid West or as I'll discuss this week. Third. Parties. When many Americans think of the Green Party the name Ralph Nader jumps to mind the nearly three million votes. He won in two thousand where the high water mark for the environmental issues inspired left-wing. Party. They were also many argue the reason George W Bush narrowly won the presidency. Sixteen years. Later, the next time the Republicans flip the White House it was again a narrow win and again one that the Green Party, votes might make a difference in. Jill Stein didn't get as many votes as Ralph Nader, but in Pennsylvania Michigan and Wisconsin she one more than the margin between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. As a result, the Democratic Party is more than a little preoccupied with my guests this week Howie Hawkins, Green Party's twenty, twenty nominee and one of the parties co-founders. Hawkins, his fellow Green Party members don't like the spoiler accusation after all no parties Parsons vote and the alternative to voting for a third party candidate is often not voting at all. Nonetheless Democrats have worked hard to keep them off ballots and this past week succeed in their efforts in two key states because paperwork issues. Green. Party won't be on presidential ballots in Wisconsin and Hawkins running mate won't be unbalanced Pennsylvania. The Democrats aren't the only party interested in Hawkins impact on the race Republicans would be delighted to see spoiler and Republican lawyers have even helped the Green Party fight Democrats in court. So I wanted to sit down with Hawkins to ask how he feels about getting help from. Republicans, why he thinks Kanye West candidacy is completely different from his. And what concrete changes he actually.
"howie hawkins" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Opposes political operatives handling the collection and submission of mail in ballots, a practice known as ballot harvesting lessons of the English system before us and the American system and have the vote evolved and how we tried to Perfect it and protect its integrity. For all this time just swept away. My mail in voting. We don't have another anonymity. Your name is connected to that vote. And you open the floodgates to coercion. And so I don't think Harvest thing should be permitted. Bar spoke at Hillsdale College in Michigan on Wednesday. Election officials in Wisconsin are rushing to meet today's deadline for absentee ballots to go out more than one million absentee ballots going out to voters in Wisconsin without changes following the state Supreme Court's decision Monday that Green Party nominee Howie Hawkins will be kept off the ballot after the Green Party contested the state Elections commission that rule The party listed thousands of incorrect addresses a nominating papers, meaning the party didn't have enough signatures. Robert Kanye West is also challenging elections officials over a late filing that, too, keeps him off Wisconsin's November ballot. Jeff Man. Also Fox News. The Trump Administration is preparing to announce the return of sanctions on Iran, which were eased under the 2015 nuclear deal. Trey Yingst has more US government says that any country doing business with the Iranians could be sanctioned under the U. N embargo. That was in place this embargo set to expire in October. And it's unclear if the U. N Security Council will approve this unilateral moved by the Trump administration. In the past US allies like France, Germany and Britain have rejected the idea that the US could move forward with sanctions outside of the framework of the 2015 nuclear deal in 2018. President Trump pulled the US out of the deal, and critics argued that this gives the US no bargaining power within the framework as Iran moves forward with its nuclear program. The Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, says the arms embargo on the Islamic republic will now be permanent. A judge in Pennsylvania may reconsider the extremely high bail set for protesters arrested early Monday. A district judge set bail at $1 million each for nine of the 13 protesters arrested outside the police station in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and he's likely to reconsider the bail. Critics call egregious and blatantly unconstitutional At a hearing today, the judge says he'll let those arrested make their case now that they have attorneys, police say demonstrations over Sunday's fatal officer shooting of Ricardo Munoz devolved into riots, causing damage to the police station, vandalism to businesses. And a small fire. Carmen Roberts, Fox.
"howie hawkins" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Again, claiming expanded mail in voting is the biggest threat to the election. The ballots will be stolen. Who knows where they're going? Who knows where they're coming from? It's not just the counting of the valets, which by the way, which will take forever his critics he pushing backs in this mail in vote fraud has been rare in the past, and Wisconsin, where the president will campaign later today, more than one million absentee ballots going out to voters in Wisconsin without changing It's following the state Supreme Court's decision Monday that Green Party nominee Howie Hawkins will be kept off the ballot after the Green Party contested the State Elections commission that ruled the party listed thousands of incorrect addresses a nominating papers, meaning the party didn't have enough signatures. Robert Kanye West is also challenging elections officials over a late filing that, too keeps him off Wisconsin's November ballot. Jeff Man. Also Fox News on Wall Street stocks could drop down futures down nearly 300 points is markets also fall overseas. GOLFS USOPEN has just teed off of you minutes ago, originally scheduled for June Wing football club gets ready to welcome some of the sport's biggest stars. With 120th USOPEN taking place without fans because of Kogan 19 protocols. Justin Thomas, Finding the benefit of no fans. When Tiger Woods is sharing the same course they're definitely not out there to watch me out there to watch one person and deserving myself. I was a spectator. I'd want to watch him rather than me anyway. But what is looking for a record setting 83rd career PGA Tour victory Phil Mickelson entry today at Winged Foot, the same course that he crashed and burned out in the 2006 USOPEN. Americans have held the title on the home length, so to speak, since 2015 That Napolitano, Fox need Tiger Woods and Thomas tee off in about an hour. Mickelsen will play this afternoon in baseball. The Los Angeles Dodgers, the first team to clinch postseason spot.
"howie hawkins" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"And businesses He were in. May have secured or sought foreign governments and oligarchs deals, including which may have been some of the reports indicating Chinese government. Now with that, there's no clear indication that there's any time between Hunter Biden at any decisions. Joe Biden made his vice president, even though that is one of the big questions of hand here. Joe Biden at one point in time, while vice president of the United States pushing for a Ukraine prosecutor general to step down from his position. And Joe Biden was representing not just the U. S interests but also a majority of Western Europe's interest here as well, to make sure that this prosecutor who was not doing his job stepped down. There is mixed reports as to whether or not that prosecutor was investigating Karishma, the company that Haider that hired Hunter board hunter Biden had him on the board of directors. So we're waiting to see how this is all going to play out. But we do know that Mitt Romney is concerned that this is something that is becoming using taxpayer dollars to have Congress work on what appears to be a very political aspect of work here that that's the role of the campaign's not the role of Congress Toe Look at we know Other senators have been concerned Richard Burr Lindsey Graham that this could very well be Russian Russian disinformation sent through the Ukrainians in order to set up Joe Biden going into this particular election, and that seems to be followed up by a number of intelligence reports from President Trump's administration. Okay. Michael, Barra and Michael. Thank you. So much for the update. You got it. You too. It's eight minutes after six o'clock, So there you go Issue D'azure in the presidential election. The issues seem to change is often this way. I change my socks. Following a court challenge. Election officials in Wisconsin have rushed to meet today's deadline for absentee ballots to go out. Here's Fox is Jeff Man, also with that story. More than one million absentee ballots going out to voters in Wisconsin without changes following the state Supreme Court's decision Monday that Green Party nominee Howie Hawkins will be kept off the ballot after the Green Party contested the State Elections Commission that ruled the party listed thousands of incorrect addresses a nominating papers, meaning the party didn't have enough signatures. Robert Kanye West is also challenging elections officials over a late filing that, too, keeps him off Wisconsin's November ballot. Jeff Manasso Fox News nine After six o'clock man it looks like the border between the United States and Canada is going to be closed a bit longer, according to a report from CTV News in Toronto. The existing shutdown may soon be extended into November. Right now. The border restrictions are scheduled to end at this coming Monday. But that's unlikely the closure was put back in place was put in place back in March as part of the effort to limit the spread of Corona virus, and this is the sixth renewal of that closure. If it does happen, so that means the tourists are not allowed, but trade And commerce still are allowed. 10 minutes after six. Let's go to the roadways and check.
Wisconsin's top court keeps Green Party off ballot, allows absentee balloting to resume
"Can again be printed in Wisconsin after the state Supreme Court ruled Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins would not appear on the ballot. Brian Clark ABC News
Wisconsin Supreme Court says mailing of absentee ballots should be halted
"Put absentee ballots on hold. The order comes as part of a lawsuit filed by Green Party presidential candidate Howie Hawkins. He claims the Wisconsin Elections Commission is keeping him off of the ballot. Kanye West is also trying to get on the ballot after the commission rejected him. Municipal clerks have until September 17th to mail ballot species. Ryan Burrow, the National Institutes of
"howie hawkins" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"One W G Y, as we mentioned several media outlets saying Andrew Cuomo is one of third term as governor. We've got about seven percent of the vote in Cuomo holding a thirty five percent lead over Republican challenger Mark Molinaro, by the way, there are three other candidates in the race. And we'll give you look at some of their totals green party candidate. Howie Hawkins has one point eight percent of the vote libertarian. Larry Sharpe has point six percent of the vote and independent candidate and former Syracuse mayor Stephanie miner. Has point four percent of the vote. We do have some upstate numbers that have just come out in the past ten minutes. They show Mark model narrow with a twelve percents lead over Andrew Cuomo. But again, most of the numbers downstate big big big returns for Andrew Cuomo up thirty five percent over Mark Molinaro. And again, several media outlets are saying that Andrew Cuomo has won a third term very very fragmentary returns. Now from the nineteenth congressional district. Just four precincts. Reporting out of six hundred nineteen John Fassel leads Antonio fifty to forty five percent again, very very fragmentary returns in the twenty first congressional district. Incumbent Republican phonic leads Ted recap fifty one to forty seven percent with twelve on a five hundred ninety precincts reporting, so get some state Senate and assembly races quickly. Aaron glad taking on Daphne Jordan me forty third district. That's the seat that Kathy Marsh retire from back in may with about twelve. The two hundred forty eight precincts reporting Daphne Jordan.
"howie hawkins" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"WNYC ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. WNYC Kermit the frog saying it's not easy being green. He could've added not easy being libertarian or Sam or maybe even Republican when it comes to run for governor in New York state this year these are candidates or there are candidates on the ballot from each of those parties green libertarian Sam. But the democratic governor Andrew Cuomo enjoys a sizable lead in the polls and in funding. So the final debate happened last night without the governor's participation didn't think he had to do it. And the times endorsement of him in today's paper didn't even mention the three smaller party candidates. We've spoken with Mark Molinaro already the Republican nominee. The Cuomo campaign did not really respond to requests for him to come on. And now we will hear briefly from the other three candidates in order. Halley Hawkins the green party nominee. Larry shot the libertarian party candidate for governor. And Stephanie miner a former democratic mayor of Syracuse who was running for governor on the serve America lieu of mentor Sam line in New York. And while none of these candidates is seen as likely to pull off a big upset on Tuesday or even act as a spoiler in siphoned enough votes away from the governor to elect Molinaro the pressure is on for them to get fifty thousand votes apiece to guarantee their respective parties. A spot on the ballot in the state for the next four years and for our purposes here at the Brian Lehrer show, maybe they have something to say that someone can learn from regarding public policy and how to run the state even if they're not gonna win. So let's hear from each of them briefly why they're running what distinguishes their plans and watch short of outright victory. They hope to accomplish. I Howie Hawkins of the green party. He's from Syracuse like Stephanie miner, and is hardly new to campaigning his showing a twenty ten and the green party. Spot on the ballot and in two thousand fourteen running for governor. He did even better winning five percent of the votes. Howie hawkins. Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having me. Good morning. What are you most important proposals that distinguish your candidacy from the governor's being that he's running as a progressive on the democratic line? Well, I would say on the only progressive option for liberals progressives, and socialists, the governor talks to the left, but he governs through right, for example. He says he got a fifteen dollars minimum wage. That's not true upstate. It's ten forty an hour. Now, it'll get the twelve fifty and twenty twenty one and then they're gonna look at it. Again, it's still a poverty wage. So the question in this election is what kind of message are we going to send are we going to give Cuomo a free ride or demand more in the centerpiece of my program is what we call the green new deal for New York. And that is to realize the economic rights Franklin Roosevelt talked about in his last state of the union address in nineteen forty four the right to a job as a living wage or an income above poverty, a decent home comprehensive health care and a good education, and we call it the green deal because we want to go to one hundred percent clean energy by twenty thirty. So what's different about me? For example, is the New York health act a plan for a universal single payer healthcare. Plan for New York state on the only candidate running. It says he will sign that Bill. I'm curious with Alexander Cossio Cortez's victory in the primary. The democratic socialists have gotten a lot of attention other candidates to where does the green party aligned with them and radio differ. Well, I think what's left because we believe in class independence from the to capitalist parties, and although internally they are debating this and somewhat divided. They came close to endorse in my tickets. They have not made clear their political independence. So I'd say we're to the leftovers USA. I mean, we really do believe in an ecological socialism. We have the most economic inequality of any state in the nation. And why we call for more progressive taxes than the fund public services and infrastructure to get more equality. We've got to change. What happens if the point of production? We need more public enterprise and worker co ops in the private sector. So income is distributed equitably in the first place. So working people get the full fruits that are labor instead of having half of the taken by landlords and capitalists, take our last minute to talk straight to the listeners and make your case forgetting their vote on Tuesday. Well, like, I said, I'm the only option left on the ballot for people on the left. And the question is are we going to give Cuomo a free ride or we're going gonna send him a message and the whole government message. And some people say, well, I'm gonna send them a message about voting on some other line for him like the working families party or the women's equality the independence party, listen to what he said when he won the primary against Cynthia Nixon. He said on the progressive. The progressive movement was quote, not even a ripple. Don't let them take you for granted both for what you want. It makes it politicians come to you. Thank you. Howie Hawkins green party nominee for governor. As we're hearing briefly from the three minor minor party candidates for governor of New York. Let's hear now from Larry Sharpe. The libertarian party candidate for governor. Welcome Larry Sharpe. How're you doing this morning? I'm doing all right. And I think most of the other candidates are proposing ideas that build off existing legislative proposals. But the idea of read about from you or the ideas. Maybe more radical when it comes to education, for example, where where do you want to radically change the government's approach starting with education? Look, the funny thing is just listening to how I the funny thing is how he and I actually agree on outcomes of many things we do want a better environment. We we do what cleaner energy we do want better healthcare. We all we agree completely on the actual outcomes. We just think differently how to get there. My idea to get there. Do not include more taxpayer money. New York state is crazy overtaxed, and we have to change that and the ours and the D's are doing nothing about it. Democrats and running state for eight years and doing nothing and Republicans have been watching right years and have no plan. I'm talking about doing things like making education so much simpler, like getting rid of of actually all standardized testing until high school. It's unfair way of grading teachers. It's an unfair way of grading schools. It makes kids who are eight ten twelve result feel stupid and become second-class students when it has no real value for their their future. I want to do things like stop having K through twelve hundred K through ten eleven kids. Make better decisions at sixteen years old to change their lives on trade school should be going to college. Should it be doing things like prep schools things like that giving teachers more power getting rid of administrators lowering taxes while still.
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"Said, quote, Mr. Gorski, do you have any last words at this time? And that's when Mr. Zagorski said, let's rock Sikorsky was convicted of killing two people at nineteen Eighty-four four during a drug deal. The latest numbers on employment in the US are due out this morning from the Labor Department economists expect to see stronger hiring in October. This is NPR news from Washington. This is WNYC from New York. I'm Richard Hake. Good morning. It's five thirty one. Sixty eight degrees from clouds right now, the final debate of the two thousand eighteen New York governor's race was held last night in Albany and has Karen DeWitt reports. All the candidates showed up except governor Cuomo the candidates Republican Mark Mullen narrow green party candidate. Howie Hawkins the libertarian party's Larry Sharpe and independent. Stephanie miner described how they would handle issues including economic development, schools taxes sexual. Harassment and gun control. The candidates criticized the incumbent governors policies, but it was Hawkins. So use the strongest terms to describe the governor's absence. Shame on Andrew Cuomo for not coming here. Yeah. Cuomo's campaign says the governor will spend the rest of the time until November sixth talking directly to voters though. Not in a debate forum. Education officials have unveiled their next five year capital plan for the public school buildings and facilities. The school's chancellor Richard Carranza says the seventeen billion dollar proposal directly addresses concerns, you heard from teachers parents and students three things that they said to me that we're loud and clear is number one. We want more technology in this plan. The next thing they said to me is we want permanent classroom facilities. It's in this plan. And the other thing that they said to me is that we want to have air conditioning in our schools. It's in this plan. This is the first step in a process that includes public comment and approval from the city council people of all faiths are getting ready to attend Chabad versus this weekend following last Saturday's mass shooting in Pittsburgh WNYC's, Mara silvers reports some see the hashtag show up for Chabad as a way to heal. Natalie cats are in books bomb goes to synagogue in Elizabeth New Jersey, she says after the shooting people have been nervous about bringing in strangers. She understands the fear, but she likes the idea of staying open at the same time. It's showing we're not going to be afraid, and it's kind of like telling no, we all have to kind of synagogue and non Jews wanna come to, you know, they're not scared to come to our synagogue too. That's pretty cool. I guess when asked what she wants people to get from Chabad. Her answer is simple. Definitely togetherness..
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"Howie Hawkins dot org. And you can read what we're about. You can send us your information in volunteer and get on the list of get information about the campaign and what we're doing. You can donate there. That's probably the best place to go. We'll get you involved. See if you want to be involved coming down to the end of our allotted time, unfortunately, but I wanted to ask you before we close what have been some of the highlights of your campaign so far. Well, it was recruiting such great running mates jelly the public school teacher in New York. Running for governor. She has been one of the best organizers of teachers not just in New York that around the country. I mean, you heard about these strikes in West Virginia. Oklahoma Arizona wants coming up in Los Angeles and Seattle. She was an adviser to those teachers she was just down in Puerto Rico, helping their teachers unions fight the total privatization, the disaster capitalism in the wake of hurricane Maria. That's being imposed on that state. And then we got Michael Sussman Durant for attorney general who has more experience he's been in the courts for forty years state and federal courts, including the supreme court, and he's a civil rights environmental public corruption lawyer, and has won a number of landmark cases, probably people may know about the Yonkers housing desegregation cases, if they saw that HBO special show me a hero. He's the lawyer in that that was. Yonkers he went to forty five million dollars settlement for black and Latino state workers against the biases in promotion, and and the testing and the civil service system he took on. Westchester county, which wouldn't indict white police officer who murdered a black student named DJ Henry and got the family of six million dollars settlement. I mean, this guy's resume. You put all the Democrats and Republicans up against his towers over now. And Mark Donnelly for comptroller. He wants to divest the pension fund for apostle fuels, but he has more experience than the Napoli. He was the board member to fiscal policy institute for years and has worked on public corruption going back to when he was a law student working with Ralph Nader and Nyberg, and they filed a citizen's taxpayer lawsuit. That gave New York residents the right to file suit against illegal spending of government money. So you know, the highlight is getting such a great tickets around with and what has been the ration so far to your campaign. Well, when I talked to the voters one on one. You know, just a lot of people are running against Cuomo. Great you're outside the two parties. Great. And you know, I really don't give my campaign pitch to them. I mostly asked him. You know, I tell them I'm trying to stand for the regular people against special interests and ask them what their concerns are. And you know, people. Pour it out there really angry at the government. You know, won't do something about getting good jobs and decent wages because Durant the healthcare college and upstate property taxes are just going up and up and people are having trouble paying their bills and even staying in their homes. So that's the most common thing I hear from the voters. And you know, a lot of them are just glad that there's an alternative that they can consider on a personal note. Howie Hawkins, if if you don't mind my asking, how did you get to where you are? Now, he probably started off not that particularly political. What was it that caused you to develop the kinds of ideas that you now hold? Well, I came up in the San Francisco Bay area in the nineteen sixties. So I'm twelve years old nineteen sixty four Reagan is campaigning against fairhousing. A referendum to repeal the law. They just passed in California, and I'm from a Republican family, and I'm saying, we're not the party Lincoln anymore. Let's look at the Democrats, and I watched them seat the Dixiecrats instead of the freedom Democrats from Mississippi. So I asked myself, where's my party, and my party ended up at that point a few years later being the peace and Freedom Party a coalition between the independent socialist clubs on the Black Panther party peace and Vietnam freedom was a civil rights Logan. And so I was swept up in the sixties civil rights and anti-war, and you know, I never stopped. I could tell you the same history Hawkins. How do people get a hold.
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"In the funding should be coming in the fifth thing is a sustainable environment the centerpiece of that. Is moving to one hundred percent clean energy. So that's like the core of our program. And then the question is what people say how are you gonna pay for that? And I say we're going to tax the rich their share of income in the state has grown from twelve percent in nineteen eighty to thirty one percent today. Almost one third of every dollar the economy just goes to that one percent that's three hundred seventy five billion dollars a year. If we raise their taxes ten percent, we got thirty seven and a half billion to fix nitrogen and the NCAA for the clean energy program. The public housing program fixed the water and sewer systems all the infrastructure that's been crumley. And that will that's how we fund it. And then we can fund tuition free college. It's about two billion dollars the gap in public school funding is about four billion short of what the foundation aid provided the money is there. Cuomo says he's a progressive who's broke. Yeah. He's broke because he won't taxes campaign contributors who tend to be very rich. So that's another thing we want to go public ownership. In key sectors, including energy broadband health insurance. And we want to state Bank that would could finance infrastructure at half the cost of going to Wall Street and also promote worker cooperatives by providing planning, and technical assistance and financing. And then finally, you know, we gotta deal with the criminal Justice system. Which is you know, an outrage bail abolition speedy trial like police law treat drug abuse as a health problem, not a criminal problem and so forth. There's a lot. There's a lot. We need to do in the state what kind of party are you trying to build. Howie hawkins. You're running for governor state of New York. And you have a party is that a party that you want to see where members pay dues were members go to meetings. Our members have a say so in the program and in contrast this to the so-called Republican and democratic parties. Yeah, they are not really parties where rank and file members have any say whatsoever by the time they get to the primary. There's been a money primary beforehand, which is determined the choices. So the rich are choosing the choices. And then giving people, you know, it's like tweet boss tweed used to say you can go forever. You want as long as I get to pick the candidates. So that's what we're trying to overcome. What we're trying to build is an invention of the workers movement the left in the nineteenth century in order to compete with the you know, the traditional parties like in England the wigs and the Tories which were built from the top down. They were caucuses in the parliament, and the rich would support their faction and the workers movement said, well, the only way we compete with that is like the way we do with our unions. Everybody puts in some money. And then we meet and decide what our program is. And what we're gonna do what our actions will be Howie Hawkins. How do people get in touch with you? And the green party. Well, if you're online, go to.
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"New York City attorney and author Michael Stephen Smith and New York City attorney and activist Heidi koshen, former United States president. Jimmy Carter has pointedly observed that the United States is not a democracy. It's an oligarchy that is country ruled by handful of rich people the one percent at the expense of the vast majority. The ninety nine percent that famous description we got from the occupy movement, the political ideological mechanism for keeping this state of affairs is the two party system in the USA, which is in reality as independent presidential candidate. Ralph Nader has written. It's really a one party of big business with two wings, the Republicans, and the Democrats, although the two party system was not mentioned in our constitution state laws. Make it extraordinarily difficult for third independent party to get on the ballot. Their ideas received little media exposure. Sure, reinforcing their exclusion this lack in the political process. Even as we are witnessing a radicalization, especially among young people has led to a discussion on the left among socialists, democratic socialists, and progressives in general about how to move forward. The main question is being debated is do we support socialist who run on the Democratic Party ticket or do we stay independent of the Democratic Party? Or do we work both inside and outside of the Democratic Party? We speak today with Howie Hawkins. Here's a retired Teamster from Syracuse, New York and the green party candidate for New York's governor he previously ran as a green party gubernatorial candidate in both two thousand and ten and two thousand fourteen during these campaigns. He received five percent of the vote. He's the author of the recent article the case for an independent left party from the bottom up. It was published in black agenda report. Howie Hawkins welcome to law and disorder. Thanks good. To be here. How a year on the ballot is the green party candidate for governor of the state of New York. How did you get on the ballot or the green party had a convention and nominated me, and the reason we could do that without petitioning is that we got over fifty thousand votes in twenty ten and again in twenty fourteen which gives us a ballot line, fill the way the election law works is if you have about a line twenty five percent or more of the delegates to your state committee or convention watch you on the ballots, you're on. And if there's more than one candidate, there's a primary in my case, it was unanimous, and nobody petitioned the primary me. So I was the first candidate on the ballot certified on the ballot in New York for governor this year, what are the obstacles both legal and political for an independent party? Like the green party forgetting on the ballot. Not just. To New York, but across the other forty nine states willing, every state is different. Every state has its own laws, and some are very hard to get on about it like Oklahoma, Georgia until recently, North Carolina. But the greens won a lawsuit and got the petitioning requirements reduced that's really the tough barrier. The very high petitioning requirements, some states are easy in Vermont, and Florida and Mississippi you just have to have a minimal level of organization and most are in the middle. New York is among those in our case, it's fifty thousand votes for governor in most states where they have a voting threshold. It's any statewide office, including the presidential vote. But in New York is just the vote for governor every four years. And some states you can have a certain number of people enrolled in the party and you get on. But usually it's a vote total in the different states. So for us. It was building up enough of a voter base to get over fifty thousand votes, which I think we have pretty securely are we pretty much had a floor of four hundred thousand votes for the last four years for our candidates for statewide office. So that's why we're on the ballot. That's quite a chievements. Ralph Nader complained that when he tried to get on the ballot as an independent the Democratic Party would challenge the signatures on its petitions, and he'd have to spend a lot of money that they would otherwise used for the campaign just to defend in these lawsuits..
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