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"iwa" Discussed on WTOP
"For a bunch of money. It's probably fraud, not love. And of course, it's the warning from Maryland's top federal prosecutor today. And he shared it after indicting an upper Marlboro man who's now charged with money laundering linked to romance scams. Isidore iwa is accused of using social media and dating sites to target people and convince them that he needed money. Sometimes the caller claimed to be a deployed member of the military. The scam involved more than 20 victims, some of them seniors, the victims reported losing almost $2 million. Nearly a month after Maryland's primary election, the final results will be made official. And Montgomery county executive Mark L rich remains confident that he will be the winner. David Blair, the Democrat who challenged Montgomery county executive Mark elrich, said he will file a petition for a recount. That will come once the election results are certified by the board of elections on Friday, but elric, the incumbent said he is not worried about his chances to hold on to his office. I feel pretty good. Last election, two votes changed as a result of your recount. El rich is referring to the last time he and Blair battled it out for every last vote in 2018, initially elrich led by 79 votes, Blair picked up just two when the recount was completed. Blair's campaign has said he's hopeful this time to recount could flip the results in his favor. Kate Ryan, WTO news. Stay with us here on WTO, the latest on the heavy weather moving through then new information this afternoon on the plot involving an Iranian citizen accused of trying to kill at least two high ranking former Trump officials. We'll talk to doubly TLP national security correspondent JJ green who's been on top of the story. Four O 7. Today's innovation in government report highlights the government's IT, modernization opportunities, MK palm or the director of the office of the chief information security officer at Google Cloud says moving to public cloud makes cybersecurity the ultimate team sport. When you make an investment in public clouds and we feel like we have to make a commensurate investment or one that exceeds yours so that as we partner on this idea of reducing your risk, it's one that's real, it's sustainable to you and you can actually point to examples where it's happening real time so that that investment that you make that you're not so hard tested or hard aligned to the idea of MI saving a dollar for every dollar of investment is your security posture increasing are you reducing the rest of the enterprise by eliminating potential vectors of attack
"iwa" Discussed on WTOP
"The Dow is down 800 points right now two and a half percent And about those consumer prices CBS's Sarah iwa Weiss food prices were up 1% in May and acceleration from April inflation soared 8.6% from a year ago Food prices are up more than 10% with increases hitting every single category Price is at the pump also continue to climb triple-A puts today's average gas prices at almost four 99 for a gallon of regular Come Sunday international travelers won't have to scramble to get COVID tests before they fly to the U.S. The Biden administration is dropping its policy Travel editor Peter Greenberg says that's good news for many Now that it's going away a lot of Americans who wanted to travel overseas were worried about the impact of getting tested positive once they were there That also goes away Late news from Washington there's more baby formula on the way from overseas Correspondent Steve Dorsey has details The White House says Delta Air Lines will fly another shipment of Kendall formula from London to Detroit and Boston The flights will deliver more than 212,000 pounds of the formula starting June 20th It's the 6th so called operation fly formula mission to help alleviate a formula shortage after a key plant was shut down And embattled school police chief in Texas is finally speaking up after a massacre that left 19 elementary students and two teachers dead You've all these cool police chief Pete era dondo telling the Texas tribune He never considered himself the scenes incident commander and did not give the order for officers to stand down as portrayed by the Texas Department of Public Safety He did explain that law enforcement's delayed response was in part due to the inability to track down the keys to unlock the classroom doors and a lack of equipment needed to break the doors down Arizona also left his police and campus radios outside the school so he had no contact with other responding officers or the 9-1-1 calls from inside the classrooms Chris Fox for CBS News Austin There will be marches across the country tomorrow demanding gun control amid the skyrocketing number of mass shootings The organizing group was formed after the Parkland Florida school massacre founder Jacqueline tells CBS mornings There were actually over 150 state laws passed after the march and the shooting at my high school in 2018 And those laws have saved thousands of lives Tomorrow's largest protest is planned at the Washington Monument Bitcoin down more than three and a half percent This is CBS News Never miss a moment top.
"iwa" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"It's a different animal altogether. Really worth looking at garden tool company down in Texas, formerly in Colorado. They turned me on to them long ago and they used to be one of the only places you could get neighbor tools. But now, a few other places have them, but that's a great source for those. So what else? Well, do you have anything on your list that's just pretty? No, everything's really ugly. I don't know. I mean, I have some books, you know, that are things that I give over and again. Nothing nothing really pretty. No, no, no. A golden spade, a Japanese golden spade designed by Milwaukee and Milwaukee and IWA. That's a big tool company that has mostly Japanese tools. But they're promoting their golden spade. It's not just it's also utilitarian, but it's also gold. And somebody's selling it with a leather case for too much money. But they're not that expensive, actually. And that would be pretty end useful. So it's golden color, not golden metal. Correct. It's got some kind of coating that's funny. That's funny. Yeah. I remember correctly, I've seen you use Japanese hand tools for cut averse cutting tasks, don't you? Do you know what I mean? Like little saws and things like that. Don't do this. Yes, and there's one that we use to cut grasses in the fall and also cut Siberian iris foliage because that's where the bowls hide. I can't remember what it is called and it's got a curved blade, but you can get that stuff from a.m. Leonard and I think Milwaukee also sells a version of it because I believe it is Japanese. So it's like a mini machete kind of a thing. Do you know what I mean? Like a blade is curved. Right. Right, right. And you use it to kind of cut down things at the end of the season. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. But we've talked about it. Most things we don't cut down, but some things with those voles hide, you do. It's mostly for grasses. I think it actually, I think it's for rice in Japan. Oh, that makes sense. That makes sense. Yeah, yeah. It got that curved blade, but very razor sharp teeth..
"iwa" Discussed on Citations Needed
"That the workshop would install a pro us quote unquote democratic and quote unquote. Free anticommunist ethos in its riders in nineteen sixty issue of the gazette of cedar rapids in iowa called inglewood quote poet who knows and loves america unquote now. Accordingly iwa program emphasized a sense of individualism and an emphasis on personal experiences and concerns rather than political theory and systemic critical analyses. It also established a set of stylistic standards that would further serve this purpose. According to bennett writers were taught to prioritize quote sensations not doctrines experiences not dogmas. Memory's not philosophies and quote similarly wallace stagner thought a writer must be quote an incorrigible lover of concrete things unquote weaving stories from quote such materials as the hard nodding of anger in the solar plexus. The hollowness of a night street. The sound of poplar leaves and quote. A novelist was to stagner. Quote a vendor of the sensuous particulars of life a perceiver and handler of things and an artist was quote not ordinarily. Or ideally generalize or not a dealer in concepts and quote concepts are not what you want. You don't want concepts. He went feelings. Then it would also write quote. The publishing mogul henry loose and gardner. Cows junior conceived themselves as fighting the battle of ideas as they contrasted the american way of life the gray soviet nightmare of the pages in the newspapers and glossy magazines flus published time in life. Cows published look and several midwestern newspapers and both love to feature iowa. it's embodiment of literary individualism. It celebration of self expression it's cornfields unquote. We later found out that time magazine was according to rolling stone in nineteen seventy seven. The rockefeller church committees had several journalists on his payroll. But that's a different episode. Or not right. I mean we do an episode on the revelations from operation mockingbird. But that's down the rebel cigarettes in admiral. I think this is such a critical point to make. And we'll talk more about it with eric bennett later. He's our guest on today's episode. But this idea of re-centering cultural beating heart of america in iowa in its cornfields in this field of dreams really is in itself a very specific kind of ideological project. And i think it gets to. You know we've discussed on this show before adam what the heartland means right. What the idea of middle america means. And it's this. Let's not be so beholden to the cultural products of our coasts right of the elites of the degenerates in the east and west coast of the jewish communists. Or the you know. Black jazz musician..
"iwa" Discussed on Pants On Fire
"Hey there christine from gnc media. And i'm here to tell you about our next great show. Iwa chapman in the last dog. It launches august second in. Its our very first feature length. Podcast so so what does feature length podcast me. It means that it's one file the length of a movie in this case three hours long. So there's no waiting every week for episodes to drop it's one story all at once. It's a movie for your ears. Set hundreds of years in the future when our planet has become a very different place in animals have all but disappeared. It's the story of iowa. Chapman a teenage girl who finds what might be the last remaining dog. The role of iowa chapman is played by sway bhatia of succession in mighty fame and dogo. The dog is played by. Michael winslow best known as the sound effects. Wizard larval jones in the police academy films. It's a thrilling adventure. Listeners of ages will enjoy so go and subscribe or follow iowa chapman in the last dog at apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever else you like to listen right now as a special treat. Here is the first opening eight minutes of iowa chapman and the last dog creatures hiding somewhere in the hot. I think i hear a breathing. Sounds like it has to be claws and sharp teeth escape from the for big moods or crawled from the depths of the dark waters kitchen behind the sack of green careful. Now careful to help us. We're there it's me mommy. I chapman the creature. I'm always the creature. Oh that's right. So what kind of animal are you today. Maybe one of those. What do you call them up. Rhinoceroses a grizzly bear fan as animals. Right daddy it's time. We talked about something you know that song. We always get her out of here. No one story about their fire. Machines be right there with the forest cardio. I don't think so. Somebody must have talked. I'll handle them. You put i want tunnel. Come on a chance to get past that dr the letter. I'll careful with your foot and here take your teddy bear. What about you daddy. We'll find you. That's climbdown say they're your mother and i talked to the regulators k. Don't we down here. it's just for a minute or two beetle bucking and if someone comes to find you someone who's not me or your mom you down the tunnel and pull the rope you pull the rope and then you run as fast as you can but gone you and teddy saying that silly song you lover but not too loud okay. Tunnel the tunnel for taking the animals to haven where the animals live. The ones that are left. I'll see you soon..
"iwa" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Community is almost unanimously opposed to protect small town one mile square. Four hundred thirty five people richland gets lots of traffic though. Nobody can remember the last time there was a serious accident but if everybody has to buckle up or pay a ten dollar fine businessmen say they'll stop and shop and get their haircut somewhere else. Customers agree you made me stop. Did seat you move a little bit further. I stop here but him. Then i moved for the cornick. Go to hide fish during the cpa on all of a sudden somebody sees me sit. There cost you ten dollars. Like i think many of them are mad enough about it so that they're not going to run the risk of ticket. Meanwhile the town council standing by it's gotten people think that they're going to be harassed and and this is not our intent at all they're intent they say is to save lives. Set a good example. There's election here. in march. by then the towns to police officers will likely be enforcing a new seat belt. Ordinance after then there might be a new city council now. Does all that sound familiar. I mean i feel like. I've heard that same interview but about masks vaccines. Maybe even in the state of michigan. How dare you tell me what to do. The month. after that. Report of march nineteen eighty-four. Richland village voted the seat belt. Ordinance down one hundred and forty five to fifty one. They were overruled by a michigan state. Law the following year and eventually forty nine states in the union pass laws mandating seatbelts across country. There was a faction of people. Resist it under no circumstances. Do they want to be required to wear a seatbelt. I oppose it on the basis that it replaces the free will of the individual. What the desires of the state you can't you can't do things. They think that it's necessary. The question here is whether we have the right whether we have a responsibility whether we have the judgment deter to the citizens of the state and be there in nineteen eighty-four big brother. I actually just recently learned something from my aunt. My dad's sister about my grandfather. I loved very much. Roger hayes nicknamed the bear he was airline pilots whole life and absolute committed conservative. Staunch republican devout catholic went to mass. Every day incredibly pro-life hated. Communism really hated big brother and the government and i just refused to wear a seat belt out of a kind of ideological commitment to personal autonomy until it became law. And then you know what he did. He buckled up. A lot of people did that once they were forced to they. Just suck it up and did it. Stop being a debate and what happened was a lot of lives got saved. This chart shows the drop in the rate of fatalities per one hundred million vehicle. Miles traveled since nineteen eighty. The first mandatory seep law was in new york in nineteen eighty-four. Now again in this circumstance. I don't think the government like states should be requiring vaccines right now just because i think that is likely to create as much backlash as it does compliance but instead what we're seeing states doing the opposite i mean. Several republican runs states have stepped in to ban private from requiring vaccines. In addition to alabama's i mentioned earlier. Those bans are in place in florida. And iwa montana texas florida's even trying to get the cdc to stop requiring cruise ships of all things to require vaccination. I mean that's way way way more insane to me than telling municipalities can't require their own drivers to buckle up. We also live in a different media environment near twenty twenty one and to be honest i do not know if the seat belt debate would have gone the same way. Fox news was around in nineteen eighty-four. I mean they probably would have been hosts on air every night urging people to drive around at seventy miles an hour without a seat belt in the front seat because they had the freedom to launch their heads through windshields and if they died that way well they died for freedom like soldiers on the battlefield martyrs to the cause of freedom just like how donald trump told americans to get out there and martyr themselves for freedom in the face of cohen. But what did happen with the seat belt debate is that eventually both the law and the culture changed and wearing your seatbelt became a norm and people stopped.
"iwa" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"It's bull i'm jesse. Thorn i want to tell you about this kid. Show called city of ghosts. It's available right now on netflix. So i will say i that it is a little hard to explain but let me start with the animation. The look of the show. The characters are three dimensional. They're mostly children. It look a little bit like a little bit like more. Thoughtfully created nintendo. We avatars to show is set in los angeles where by the way we record. Bullseye and the backgrounds are real places that thousands of people here in l. a. encounter every day. A subway station in koreatown escape park in venice restaurants in east. La the premise of city of ghosts is pretty simple. It's framed as a documentary and your hosts are a group of kids who are all members of the ghost club. The ghost club as the name implies gets reports of ghosts in the city goes to find them once they do find them sits down to interview them. The members of the ghost club are voiced by kids with little to no acting experience. The questions they ask the ghost sound genuine because well because they are genuine and the ghosts and the other adults in the show are also real people telling more or less real stories. City of ghosts takes the real world. We live in sometimes a scary alienating place and combines it with a plot device that can be even more scary ghosts and despite all that it isn't a scary or alienating show in fact it is the opposite warm inviting and illuminating. Gives the viewer whether that viewer is a kid or an adult a better idea of the world around us without sacrificing our capacity for imagination but elizabeth ito. The show's creator has managed to pull it off beautifully before we get to my interview with elizabeth. I wanted to play you a little bit from. The show's first episode this scene features an interview with a ghost named janet who's haunting a new restaurant in boyle heights in la. Janet is voiced by judy. Hiatchi in real life. Judy is the daughter of the owners of oto. Masan a japanese steiner of long standing in that same neighborhood while so. My mom used to own cleaners. Iwa after school go. Her cleaners never did my homework at the cleaners. I'm until she finished next to my mom's cleaners. There was a japanese cafe called fuji cafe all the servers new me you know as the as the daughter from next door. Sometimes i'm on we'll go. We'll go after she was done with work because she'd be too tired to cook at home. And sometimes i'll order just like a rice ball now make it. Even though it's not on the menu. My mom always wanted to do a restaurant. She still wanted to kind of live out that dream and because she knew the previous.
Latino leaders in Iowa discuss ways to close vaccination gap
"Coronavirus vaccinations. Now open to all i. O adults aged sixteen and older. But there's an amplified concern from latinos there about barriers to access and they're asking state and federal leaders to improve outreach. I went department of public. Health says fewer than two percent of doses administered have gone to latinos on the eighty percent have gone to whites. Joe rica's henry of the iwa league of united. Latin american citizens feels the overall effort has been geared toward personal access which doesn't help minority groups. This is not rocket science. They should not be placing the responsibility upon Community members to get access to find out how to access feels. there should be more culturally appropriate outreach. In places like grocery stores and we says latino communities face many disadvantages including lack of information in languages other than english and technology gaps to sign up for appointments online. The state health department did not respond to a request for comment before deadline. But it does have a multi lingual cove in nineteen phone
Oregon-VCU declared no-contest; Ducks advance
"And vcu was kicked out of the nc double a. tournament shortly before its first round game. Because of multiple positive covid nineteen tests the development throws into question whether the nineteen day event will be able to be held all the way through amid a pandemic. The nc double a. ruled that tenth seated. Vcu's first round game. Saturday against organ was a no contest. That means the seventh-seeded ducks will advance face. Iwa in the second round of the west region. The announcement came a little more than three hours before. Vcu in oregon were supposed to
"iwa" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"To have coach. Just tatum with us as we get set for a big weekend in high school basketball around a saint louis in the state of missouri in really high school. Athletics have ramped back up this spring coach. Houria man happy Basketball in march. I guess it's kind of march madness for all high school sports in and around saint louis in missouri right now. Yeah yeah man. It's the best time of the year especially for me. I love it I know my kids do so years on the most stressful times of the year to coach as you think to the Well i guess this time last year everything that happened over the summer and into the fall and winter the challenges that you guys have faced both as a program but As you know someone who so involved in the community in high school sports. I was actually with your Cadet student network on the call for the cbc smet football game a few months ago. That was one of the first games played back within the the county limits as you think about the journey for your team for your school and for high school athletics over the last calendar year. Or what comes to mind as you get ready for. Begin tomorrow man. This different time at this struggle. it's You know it's been a whirlwind is been. You know confusing adjectives. That i keep going but One thing we i enjoyed by its is giving our kids in our program Anything can happen in life and whatever you choose to do you got to do with your best and make sure you stay focused. Unlock the end. And that's what we're doing now. Because you know unexpected if we're we get a from all Contact tracing their. We won't play are. We had to delay it or whatever and so but right now we're focusing on as if nothing that measured occurs and i know every other high school coach and team has been want to fame or even worse because they have you started late unable to play periods. But being in this position right now just to time you know got stopped halted last year around this time by by weeks later but and being able to a position right now to get back is a blessing. But you know we don't take anything for grant. do.
"iwa" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"She had a heck of a twenty twenty In january of lack of last year she tore aco came back dinner practice toward the other. Acl so it is our one and only a senior. So we've kind of lacked a little bit of lee By as the year went. Went on and You know we had different kids. Step up in Leadership in is to come by. So we've definitely have some kids step up and be leaders and now i've were young but were talented and were not relying on one kid You know we've had multiple games of the past two weeks. We've had you know six players in one game in seven players. Another game hit threes for us So we're well-balanced we can stretch of florin I think we're peaking at the right moment. You know just Was was visited with justin tatum. In one of the things he said coach. Was that some of the challenges especially of practice time and some of the limitations of of certain certain student athletes has led in his eyes to what he thinks is a more well balanced team and maybe a deeper team than he's had in the past. Have you seen any of that. Have some of the challenges Resulted perhaps in in any bits of silver lining or any positives coming out of this. Yeah you know yet. Through the course of the season we've had multiple kids early on corentin and mispractice miss games. So it's kind of one of those things where all right this person's out you know next man up who's going to step up and And i've been really happy with you. Know the the kids who have stepped up in the absence of injury or a- corentin situation and it's given them the opportunity to play and you know and stuff like this happen In previous seasons injury or kids out sit at gore for whatever reason there for you know extended amount of time you know get steps up and makes them the other opportunity and now they're in the mix so we've definitely had that happen this year And it's definitely helped with our with our depth balance sure well coach Best of luck. Thanks for giving us who tahmina game day as you guys get. Set up for pat ville and again. I know that everyone around the community and beyond Appreciate so much what what you. And so many have done for student athletes and for students during a really really crazy and unprecedented time. So best of luck. Here's to a a long run and You know hopefully we're not talking about starting and stopping and starting stopping anymore. Hopefully it's just all forward from here. I agree yeah. No thanks for having me on appreciate it. Thanks coach so much. Thanks again for the time. I appreciate it. Take care of him back with. Cbc coach justin tatum. Next.
"iwa" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"And we're talking some high school sports as we will each and every friday really excited today to welcome in two of the best coaches of two of the best basketball programs in the area to the show. Dan role fits of in kearney word and just in tatum of cbc. So we're gonna talk with each coach. We visited with dan yesterday. His team get ready to take on patent ville incarnate word cruise. last night. they beat patent. Ville seventy eight to twenty seven winning their tenth consecutive district championships. Their thirty first overall and cbc tonight takes on shamanov a rematch of a game. A couple of weeks ago the champion on one at kirkwood so excited to continue to talk some high school sports over the next few weeks each and every friday and will begin in just a moment as we visit with dan rea office of in carnet word and just tatum of cbc. Don't forget. subscribe to the scoops today. Amac podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Search scoops danny mac. Hits subscribe lever review and semi me. A screenshot tweet meek between hr abc c. h. r. a. b. e. And you can check out everything. Scoops with danny mac dot com. Let's get to it talking some hoops and begin with dan. Rufus the head coach of in word. All.
"iwa" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"And. He Studied Candy Block canny shifts inviting between the election of the Rational Progressive Barrack Obama. and. Donald Trump, and he found that in forty eight of the fifty best educated counties. More people voted for Hillary Clinton than had voted for Obama for years previously. But in the least educated. Counties. She got few events in forty seven of the fifty. That's pretty interesting statistic always. Tight End. He was able to discern that this applied independently the incomes of the people in those counties so i. It wasn't economic disadvantage. The try them to move devoted to trump. It was intellectual disadvantage San Mateo seconds. To measure though isn't it you can measure degrees, you can measure the education. I've met quite university educated people who I didn't think were that bride and I've heard enough met in a people didn't finish high school who I thought were really smart. So we doesn't always via. The APP is or they the norm but what he's saying in forty eight of fifty counties I think it's a matter of life opportunity more than anything. But like I said, the plural of diet is not data and personal experience isn't. An argument but so here's a guy has gone through the data in forty eight of the fifty best educated counties. Hillary, did better than Obama. And in forty seven, fifty least educated Carey's she did worse on the pretty strong trend. So it's a bit more complicated than that isn't. Of course, he says, it's not that. Simple indeed, but I've previously said in relation to trump. It was the full house was rice religion, rust belt, and redneck. Hint. That same to me the why these things were. But that's sort of rednecks slash. Not Tissue reeducated seems to be a critical one based on this time. and. If you want to, you're not running for office was calling people rednecks. We'll get you the Seinfeld is Hillary Clinton. I'm trying to I've got the moniker of the and I'm trying I'm trying to get it back. To soft lately so Anyway headed that apply in. Australia and David Marr noted There was nothing particularly special about the patent of employment fool pulling. Hanson's one nation fighters. site one nation fighters would not deprived in a material sense indeed I ruled Iwa middling prosperous but died I would not pull that. EXTRAORDINARILY FEARFUL.
Is Mitch McConnell Rigging The Game?
"Other news, there's the other branch of Congress or the other house. Of Congress. The Senate and everyone knows their Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is unshakable and ruthless, and he's going to maximize his power however cam, but it is also the case the death of Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG has taken us to uncharted territory. There are very real political pressures that are going to affect how the next several months play out. Mitch McConnell does not care about being charged with the Crisi but the raw politics of this moment themselves are not uncomplicated. As it was with the affordable care act remember Mitch McConnell had a lot of bravado about that and he failed famously and humiliatingly to replace the law. Here's mayor discuss across pressures. He faces longtime McConnell Allah Gist Jane Mayer Chief of Washington correspondent New Yorker wrote an incredibly insightful profile McConnell back in April this weekend row quote from Mitch McConnell keeping a Senate. Majority matters more than the Supreme Court. Jamie. It's great to have. Let's start with that because it seems to me there's two imperatives here. Everyone says about McConnell the two things he cares about is keeping the Senate majority and being Senate majority leader. Judges the Federal Bench, and there is a way to interpret the politics of the moment that there's a little bit attention between those two imperatives. How do you see it? Well, I mean there is I mean he wants to get obvious wants to hold the majority wants to stay being majority leader. And, this is going to be the crowning moment of his career to have yet one more justice on Supreme Court here we can get him through and he's promised trump of course that he's going to have a vote on this, and so how do you do this the problem? The problem for McConnell is it's unclear if he can keep the majority in the Senate. It's a dicey election year for him. There are a number of racist. They're very close and he doesn't want to do anything that's going to hurt the endangered members of his caucus. So he's got to try to juggle the schedule in some way that doesn't put those members on the spot in a way that will hurt them. So he's the first thing he's going to do an, and surely his done is canvas. Those members find out exactly how they feel about how this this process would affect their races. And then, and then way that in terms of whether it be better have a vote before or after the election. So. It's it's. It's. It's it's tricky but he is nothing if not clever about things like this this is he he? Very early on in his career, he ran for office from a district where he hadn't been resident in residence long enough and he vowed after that, he would never again ignore the rules, and since then he's become kind of a master of the rules, the more arcane the better. And he just he loves talking to the parliamentarian in the Senate and figuring out sort of the the most devious ways to get what he wants. The most sort of obvious pressure here. Just talking about this and I think it's pretty interesting. There's a bunch of folks who are up. In who are imperilled where it's not clear That going ahead with this would be helpful them. We have a bunch of pulling out today showing majority of people oppose it. Those numbers will probably change as they converge towards the polarization and everything else. But like Cory Gardner is down in all the polls and Colorado, he's in a state that Democrats have carried. Now a bunch and plan to carry again Martha. mcsally sally is down a to mark Kelly. You know they're on the sort of aggressor side here in terms of public opinion. It does seem like they've kind of don't care. It doesn't seem like there's a jump together mentality here in terms of getting them to come out whether it was him or not a publicly for those. Well I think. He's GonNa. Be Looking at McConnell will look at each of these races and I think you can almost imagine that he's written off. Gardner in. Colorado, and makes out the in Arizona. So he's not going to change his plan just for them unless he thinks it's going to save them and you'd probably thinks it won't save them and he's already given collins kind of buy in Maine. So it gets you down to the racist that are really going to matter in this are probably it's it's probably Tillis in North Carolina, Joni Ernst in Iowa, and Danes in in Montana, and if McConnell feels that those three or not endangered by going head, he may just gun it. You know and and try try to get I think though that in addition to just thinking about each of these races and how it affects each of the races, there's something else. He's probably got to think about, which is the overall look of this thing if if it appears to the American public that he is one set of rules for Democrats and there's another set of rules he's got for Republicans here, one Senate rules for America and another set of rules for whoever trump nominates at this point, it looks like he's reading the game it looks corrupt. It looks like a naked power, grab an and it's ugly and that could actually create a backlash I think that both he and trump have to think about. It it might really bother a lot of people in this country to think that that it's it's just too corrupt game in Washington. Yeah, I. think that's a correct reading of both where the polls are and the political risks they run and I think it's notable that McConnell has committed to vote but not win and I thought. This was also notable. He wrote this dear colleague later re basically says I don't say anything don't lock yourself into position. Let it give it give us time to work over the coming days. We're GONNA come under tremendous pressure from the press to announce how he will handle the coming nomination for those who are unsure how to answer for those inclined to oppose giving nominee a vote I urge you all to keep your powder dry Dombrowski and collins. Have not heeded that but Mitt Romney said declined today saying anything I know Pat Toomey in Pennsylvania I fully expect will support moving forward. But that that to me, it was interesting because the timing here and the sort of needle to thread is not nothing I think we'll try to do it and the odds are in their favor they will. But because of exactly what you and unseeded from the political standpoint, it's not clear that this is help for them politically in the short term. I think it may not be I. Mean I think also it's going to energize the base on both sides here for and the thing is that when it comes to the energizing the base, the base that needs more energizing really is probably on the Democratic side and you've already seen it happen I, mean look at the amount of money that act Lou raise you know practically overnight a hundred, million dollars two, hundred and sixty. Now it's one hundred and sixty million dollars. Shipping shocking about money. Shocking money an and I think the other thing that it might do is from was doing some reporting two days. I think it may really energize kids younger voters because. You know they were kind of holding their nose, a lot of them about Joe Biden it wasn't an exciting. It didn't seem you now like there was that much reason to do it. Now there's a reason that a lot of young people are GONNA see they're gonNA look they're gonNa see Roe v Wade is in the balance they're going to see a four Bul healthcare act and possibly anything to do with insurance for preexisting conditions and they're looking at the future this is going to. Their. Lives for the this is a this is a decision that has tremendous implications for everybody in the country and it's GonNa be clear and so I, you know it may turn you know help turn out. The Democrats who were young. Six three Roberts court climate. Regulation jurisprudence. A. Favorable to the kinds of solutions. That are necessary. Do you think? Ultimately McConnell himself is up and I don't think he's. He's personally a lot of trouble against say, McGrath at least the pulling now but there are also just a bunch of seats that weren't supposed to be in play that really do seem like they are. There's A Texas poll that has cornyn barely up. There's a Mississippi poll out today that has. Chrissy Hyde Smith a just a few points on Mike espey. There's the Iwa Joni Ernst race I mean it's wild how wide the sort of battlefield has gotten for him to try to hold this thing together. It's it's really volatile and and and the thing is it. What it does is it puts the Republicans on the spot about they've been doing kind of a split that's broader and broader that gotta keep the trump face and and but that's not enough for in many places to get reelected, and so they've got to do is add in. The moderates the you know suburban women particularly and got a candidate here who for a nominee for the supreme court that is truly the choice of the evangelical part of the trump ace it by very much alienate moderate women in the suburbs and in other places especially over things like abortion where sixty two percent of the people in this country saver. Abortion. As keeping it legal and don't WanNa go backwards. So it's it's. It's I think it's a it's it's a it's a it's a risky thing for some ways. You people think it's all into such a gift. Not, necessarily think that's right. Read on the situation Jane Mayer thanks as always great reporting and inside appreciate it. Great to be with you.
"iwa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Where candidates less than fifty percent of the vote. To be elected even though majority of voters might have opposed that candidate I'm Suzanne Potter the Republican Party of Maine in a statement noted, the case is still active. So the Supreme Judicial Court could issue further rulings before the election after the covid nineteen pandemic shut down schools many Idaho students were left without their regular school meals. Now are air ticket off reports program approved by the Congress is providing about three hundred dollars to families to make up for the meals that they missed students who were eligible for free or reduced price meals as of March twenty third. have been automatically enrolled in the pandemic electronic benefits transfer or e-bt program. Kirsten Polka is a policy analyst with item voices for children. Pandemic is really a win win because it's really great for Idaho kids, and then it's also a big boost for the economy were expecting thirty, nine million dollars of funds that will go from this program directly into. Idaho retailers the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare is distributing benefits through the end of September about one hundred, thirty, thousand students were eligible for free or reduced price meals in the twenty nineteen, twenty, twenty school year if. Families already receive benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Those funds will be added to their bt Cart and finally are Mike. Mohan tells us this year many more Iowans, have flocked parks and other outdoor spaces to escape the pandemic that's prompted calls for more government investment and natural resources and to make them more accessible to people of Color Iwa. DNR Says State Park attendance is up by more than one million people when compared with the same time last year also in twenty twenty, racial reckoning has brought more attention to.
"iwa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Where candidates less than fifty percent of the vote they hope to be elected even no. Voters might have opposed that Canada I'm Suzanne Potter the Republican Party of Maine in a statement noted, the case is still active. So the Supreme Judicial Court could issue further rulings before the election after the covid nineteen pandemic shut down schools many Idaho students were left without their regular school meals. Now are Eric Ticket off reports program approved by the Congress is providing about three hundred dollars to families to make up for the meals that they missed the students who are eligible for free or reduced price meals as of March twenty third have been automatically enrolled in the pandemic electronic benefits. Or e-bt program cursed in polk up is a policy analyst with voices for children. Pandemic is just really a win win because it's really great for Idaho kids, and then it's also a big boost for the economy were expecting thirty, nine million dollars of funds that will go from this program directly into Idaho retailers. The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare is distributing benefits through the end of September about one hundred, thirty, thousand students were eligible for free or reduced price meals in the twenty nineteen twenty, twenty school year if families already receive benefits from the supplemental nutrition assistance. Program, those funds will be added to their. Cart and finally are Mike. Mohan. tells us this year many more Iowans have flocked parks and other outdoor spaces to escape the pandemic that's prompted calls for more government investment and natural resources and to make more accessible to people of Color Iwa. DNR says, State Park attendance is up by more than one million people when compared with the same time last year also in twenty twenty racial reckoning has brought more attention to.
"iwa" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"The NFL has now also extending their season to seventeen games, so you gotTA consider. Baseball's had its head in the sand forever. GimMe, my glove Iwa batting practice, one hundred and sixty two games ridiculous cut the season down to one hundred and twenty creator urgency. They'll never do it, but the NBA has always given away. The first three months of their season to the NFL doesn't make sense I hope Adam silver considers slightly shortening the season starting now Christmas. Regular season until late May. Playoffs for six weeks get out of these seven game first round series. Make the Games matter. You've got to consider the NFL. The NFL is not a big deal in July. Why why does your season an end before July? Start Your season Christmas nobody watches the NBA i. see the numbers. Nobody watches October November. You start at Christmas Day by the way. The three highest rated NBA regular season game so far all three on Christmas and by a long shot. That's when the consumer say I'm into the NBA. So why start the League before then you're starting Christmas you go through late May you can do it if you subtract about ten to twelve games then a couple of days off six weeks, not eight of playoffs, then August first. Draft. Free Agency or or you know you can do the draft in free agency and a two week period you have the draft. Do Free Agency for days do whatever whichever one comes first then you have summer league into Labor Day weekend. seacrest out then you handed off to the NFL. July and August are wide, open real estate. Wide Open. Am I gonNa Watch the NBA playoffs. Exhibition Game I'm a football guy I can't watch the preseason. It's awful. It's unwatchable empty stadiums backups to backups. Adam silver I can watch I like Summer League health I'll watch. Summer League NBA in August. Why wouldn't they watch Lebron against coli so to me? This is a golden opportunity for the NBA finally pushed the season back. The world's changing legalized gambling is here. It's only.
"iwa" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"The NFL has now also extending their season to seventeen games, so you gotTA consider. Baseball's had its head in the sand forever. GimMe, my glove Iwa batting practice, one hundred and sixty two games ridiculous cut the season down to one hundred and twenty creator urgency. They'll never do it, but the NBA has always given away. The first three months of their season to the NFL doesn't make sense I hope Adam silver considers slightly shortening the season starting now Christmas. Regular season until late May. Playoffs for six weeks get out of these seven game first round series. Make the Games matter. You've got to consider the NFL. The NFL is not a big deal in July. Why why does your season an end before July? Start Your season Christmas nobody watches the NBA i. see the numbers. Nobody watches October November. You start at Christmas Day by the way. The three highest rated NBA regular season game so far all three on Christmas and by a long shot. That's when the consumer say I'm into the NBA. So why start the League before then you're starting Christmas you go through late May you can do it if you subtract about ten to twelve games then a couple of days off six weeks, not eight of playoffs, then August first. Draft. Free Agency or or you know you can do the draft in free agency and a two week period you have the draft. Do Free Agency for days do whatever whichever one comes first then you have summer league into Labor Day weekend. seacrest out then you handed off to the NFL. July and August are wide, open real estate. Wide Open. Am I gonNa Watch the NBA playoffs. Exhibition Game I'm a football guy I can't watch the preseason. It's awful. It's unwatchable empty stadiums backups to backups. Adam silver I can watch I like Summer League health I'll watch. Summer League NBA in August. Why wouldn't they watch Lebron against coli so to me? This is a golden opportunity for the NBA finally pushed the season back. The world's changing legalized gambling is here. It's only going to help. Football. LINEAR TV is dominated by college football in the NFL because of the once a week urgency. Push it back in the NBA can be Christmas to August tenth sport. That's the way to do it. That's the way to do it and I hope they consider it..
"iwa" Discussed on Election Ride Home
"It's the primary today at long. Last in New Hampshire for in Joe Biden is heading to South Carolina. I'll get to that. In a moment and election officials say final results could be available as early as nine thirty PM. Yes I am sure that that will happen and there will be no possible issue that could delay results at all for sure. Let's not jinx this but a reminder that the New Hampshire primaries are run by I state and county election officials and the parties. Don't control the mechanisms. Unlike with caucuses New Hampshire uses a paper based check in procedure for voters and votes are cast on paper for ballots either marked directly by voters or using a touch screen machine. That marks them for voter ballots are then scanned. So what's happening in the state. Senator Amy Klobuchar or seems to have picked up energy from Iowa despite a fifth-place finish and from her strong performance in Friday's debate a town hall event. She held Monday afternoon. In Exeter New Hampshire was mobbed and and police had to stop people from entering and direct them to an overflow room club which are said yesterday quote. I don't think we need a socialist leading the ticket. I think that you have to lead. You have to be able to do things things that are popular and unpopular. She made her closing argument to MSNBC. My pitch to New Hampshire is if you're tired of the extremes in our politics and the noise and the nonsense you have a hall with me and if you believe it is time to just eat by victory at four in the morning but win big and bring being with us. The people that we need to build this big coalition of a fired-up Democratic Base and independents and moderate Republicans then vote for me Senator Bernie Sanders and former South Bend. Indiana mayor people to judge continued to trade attacks. Trying to jockey for last minute votes to achieve a top finish. Sanders is the favourite in the state and in Poles spoke Buddha judge after Iowa remained within striking distance. Buddha judge said this morning quote. It's not just because of the labels it's because of the approach when you look at what he's proposing in terms the budget all the things he's put for and how to pay for them. There's a twenty five trillion dollar hole in how to pay for everything that he's put forward and quote the Sanders Campaign Instruc- out at Biden Sanders senior adviser. Jeff Weaver said today quote when you run no offense to the vice president when you run a campaign around elect ability. You have to win elections. We'll see how he does tonight. And in future states quote would a judge made this his closing argument in the state. If you're looking for the most years spent in Washington I'm clearly not gonNA it'd be your candidate but I think this is a time when we need somebody who's ready to bring a different perspective. I'm no stranger to holding office. No Stranger to service public or military service service But I am ready to make sure that we change the ways of Washington instead of accept them. When there is such division such dysfunction in such frustration sanders and one of his stops today that he has quote an agenda that speaks to the needs of working families all across this country who in many cases feel that Washington is turned? Its back on them. He also said quote tomorrow. You have a choice. The option to vote for a campaign which will not only defeat trump but which will transform this country and quote Senator Elizabeth. Warren looks like she will Finish in the middle of the pack maybe third or fourth. She could be jockeying for position and Biden might be a distant fifth in some scenarios. Warren told reporters on Monday day quote. Who was supposed to still be in this race today? And who wasn't. I think I wasn't and a lot of people who were supposed to wrap this up are here I think the prediction business right now is not something. I'd be investing heavily in. She said last night in New Hampshire quote. People have knocked me down county out pretty much all of my life Mitch. McConnell had me right when he said nevertheless she persisted. And that's what I'll keep doing if we're going to have a democracy in which you have to be a billionaire or suck up to billionaires in order to win the Democratic primary than buckle up because this is going to be a democracy that changes significantly and it will work for billionaires end quote former Vice President Joe Biden stop focusing on Buddha judge after after a weekend of assaults and ads and started talking about trump the more candidate talks about the ultimate opponent conceivably the more it makes him sound presidential and electable. But there's a long road to get there yet not to be funny here but Biden's closing message when asked about that by politico this morning in a department store in New Hampshire was quote. My messages I'm heading to South South Carolina and quote the outcome tonight could still surprise everyone New Hampshire Democratic House member. Any customer said yesterday she had never seen this many undecided so late in the run-up to the primary the hill notes. That forty two percent of New Hampshire voters label themselves undeclared neither democratic or Republican who split the remainder because President Donald. Donald Trump is a sure winner tonight of the GOP nomination from New Hampshire independents. Who might otherwise have weighed in on a Republican nomination process are more likely to cast a Democratic primary ballot? The Hill noted quote. Complicating the picture in New Hampshire voters record of breaking very very late in the process often rendering polls taken only days before the primary useless and quote. Hey trump came to new hampshire to before heading north. He tweeted quote. WanNa speak up a little bit. They have a really boring deal going on and quote then he insulted them about Iowa. The Associated Press noted quote advisers. hoped that secret service moves in downtown Manchester to secure the area for the president's arrival would also make it harder for Democratic candidates and their supporters to transverse the state's largest city in the hours before the primaries first votes are cast according to trump campaign officials not authorized to discuss discuss internal deliberations publicly and quote trump encouraged attendees of his rally to vote for the weakest Democratic candidate today Imagine this Valentine's Day story is you. You're parked outside the restaurant front. 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Money back guarantee visit try and PLEXIGLAS DOT COM com today and use code voices at checkout. That's try PLEXIGLASS DOT com code voices Iwa New Hampshire usually crush candidates who haven't made substantial shellings and winnow the field. But that's not out happening. This year with Sanders Buddha judge fighting for the top the next three candidates still have substantial cash and fundraising and anticipations of outcomes in their favor or leaning winning their way in the next three weeks senators warn enclosure announced substantial fundraising yesterday following Iowa. And the New Hampshire Debate Biden certainly isn't dropping out either. While Entrepreneur Andrew Yang reportedly laid off substantial numbers of both field and senior staff after Iowa. The New York Times did report quote after an event in Portsmouth on Monday Mr Yang. And what's so far is calling New Hampshire his best state. He reiterated that the campaign needed to have a very positive surprise. Tomorrow and quote billionaire. Tom Steiner is not only campaigning. Campaigning avidly. He appeared in the debate last week. And may qualify for the next one in Las Vegas largely self funded. He's got no reason so far to exit. Those Super Tuesday could be crushing and billionaire media. Mogul Mike Bloomberg did not campaign in the four early voting states and his polling at a national level is rising as I'll discuss in just a moment so we are the candidates focusing their upcoming efforts sanders campaign says as New Hampshire concludes. He'll visit some of the fifteen super Tuesday states in the ten days before Nevada's caucuses his his campaign says that includes Colorado California for sure states near Nevada. California will award about thirty percent of the delegates pledged on Super Tuesday Super Tuesday awards towards one thousand three hundred and forty five delegates or about one third of all pledged delegates primaries through the end of March will award fifty percent of all delegates. Biden leaves New Hampshire tonight to hand to South Carolina. His best chance to score a win in the four early voting states because his support remains strong among Black Democrats who are decisive in picking a winner in that state state. He'll head to Nevada next where he has good possibilities because he retains favor among Latino voters to club. HR has shifted staff from Iowa to Nevada and his plans to run. Ads Gorbachev Overcharge said in New Hampshire quote. Were so excited about tomorrow night and then to Nevada will. We're building a big operation and quote Warren called into a Las Vegas radio station this morning. The New York Times noted of Warren this morning quote MS warrants campaign has also indicated that it aims to look towards Super Tuesday even before the Nevada contest is over and both with Ms Warren and her advisors have repeatedly signalled that they are girding for a month long campaign of collecting delegates and possible convention fight.
"iwa" Discussed on Election Ride Home
"At this point in Iowa a lot of you know if you look at the polls now You know most recent the Moines Register poll. I think the the telling number was that you know. Almost six out of ten candidates were still still you know. Even six hundred ten caucus-goers still said that they were not totally committed to their candidate of choice. Which means that? There's a lot of mood editing. Still and islands typically you know sort of wait until the last moment and you know if you can get Iwa is all about building momentum and it is building a a an organization that can capitalize on on momentum right. So you're you're sort of path the win Iowa is to organize has organized organized and get hot late and you know a big part of that is if you can lock down you know some endorsements I think thank you know. Rob Sand is a pretty big endorsement. This go round and You know I think. The Democratic Congressional delegation is You know will be The big endorsements you saw Joe Biden. Rollout Tom Bill Tax Dourson. Recently I think the folks like former governor Former secretary exile sack you know. They have long relationships with Folks across Iowa and having you know for some someone like bill sack spent his entire career working on behalf of Iowans You know his throwing his support behind vice-president Biden is something they could bring a lot of folks with him. I think the other Side acquaintance you know you have some pretty influential labor unions in Iowa that have been active orchestra -ticipant for for a long time and You can see if it's You know the I at the ADA. Our Teacher's Union or or ask me or or Sei you like they. They are bringing a receiving their endorsement. brings To the four like additional resources that can help one show momentum. I'm so that's something that your campaign can talk about Along with the other stats. They're citing when they're making the case the national reporters about how things are going. Well for you in Iowa you know touting endorses another way to show that you know things are breaking it allows you to make the case that things are breaking your way And and you know I I know that in you know two thousand eight for US getting Or John Edwards. I know that You know The the governor's wife endorsed Sort of late in the Caucasus which was You know a big help for us In terms of you know bringing some folks over to our carside it didn't quite get over. The Hump is You know President Obama Ed wing of Caucasus thirty percent but You know allowed us to hang in there there. I think we finished second early. Edging out the Clinton Campaign But yeah they're definitely endorsements that can make you know big meal and and for your your boots on the ground field organizer like you. By this point you know who the person is who is going to control the room inside each each each caucus location And you are doing everything you can. If that person hasn't signed onto any particular campaign to bring bring that person on board whether that is having your candidate call that person you know every day whether that you know finding finding out what You know most campaigns have a list of national surrogates that you can You know sort of used it to dial in calls if you find out that you know the most important person in the precinct that you're having the biggest trouble in you know really like You know yacht. Rock and Jackson Brown True Jackson. Browne free call. Yeah absolutely absolutely and I know that You know in two thousand eight like when when Oprah endorsed Barack Obama that was that was an enormous deal Just because it'd be ability of of Oprah Winfrey to draw you know a crowd And you know Paul Twos and and Mitch Stewart and that crew that running the Obama campaign in Iowa in two thousand eight you know they you know they were great and they were prepared To handle getting twenty thousand person crowds And more importantly were prepared to capture the information of all of those individuals there immediately. Throw it back into the grinder. That was you know the day to day contact like Just getting twenty thousand people does it matter to a rally it doesn't matter if you're not actively capturing data from those Attendees and then it'd be like getting back to them and getting finding out it's GonNa be for you and then bringing them in as a part of your campaign and you know I think To their credit I think he'll campaign did did an amazing job of that in two thousand late singer describing having. I think it's it's news to me. Frankly but the idea that you're the campaign staff is essentially creating a broad distributed micro staffed by training up all these people well and dealing with talking points and you know there's a lot of people involved in Iowa specifically because of the nature of the caucus I think it's fascinating I do think one other question that comes up constantly within our show is polling. Everybody wants to understand polling. And you know I'm not a stats expert. But I've you know I know the margin of error is basically. I'm wondering given the whole thing with second choices and so on if you're seeing polling coming in in Iowa is there something is there something secret or special you're looking for the the normal person wouldn't understand in other words. What should I be looking for that? I wouldn't maybe just get off the headline. Yeah I think so. The first thing is that most polling doing is wrong when Bowling Iowa and particularly. I mean if you're a campaign Stafford Iowa like you know we used to Joe all of our staff and you know. I think it's like it doesn't do any good to look at any pulse. Your job you know how many supporters you need identify identify based on the modeling work That you've done and looking at past August results projecting how many people you believe. We'll be showing growing up in each creasing. You know how many supporters you need to hit for each of those precincts and if you're a field organizer. It does like worrying about anything other than how do I get to the numbers I need is a total waste of time. And and nothing that you can control I think that the the poll that matters is the the warner I deserve. Poll is is the is the Gospel it nailed Obama winning the carcass in two thousand eight. it it caught John. I'm Carrie and Johnny retry two thousand four and I think things to look at Not so on on any poll going into I think those things to look at our you know I think the support level so who Who who support is is is soft and who support is moving the interesting thing in the most recent slater polls going at that that you've seen that has been a constant is that you know Bernie Sanders support doesn't really go upper down but it is? Rock solid is you know somewhere in the low twenty s and you know I would be surprised if his numbers you know moved Offer that the people who are with him or with him like period and so I think to me. That's one of the things that I look at to see. You know sort of the shape of the race. I think the other thing is that if you've been looking at you know some of the numbers of favorability and you know who who is open to sort of a a second chance. I think you would have seen in those numbers like the rise of of Mayor P coming as early as as the summer I think coming out of the the Warner dister soapbox and pants during the Iowa State Fair Any his campaign has been you know just really really impressive Coming on and and I think that I Would Watch Amy Cobra Jersey numbers in and see you know which way she is going. She is someone as a neighbor of Iowa that you know understands state really well islands. No her they've been. They've seen her coming into the state date since she was elected to the Senate in two thousand six show smart people working for her any. The most employ saw had her numbers spiking ten percents support in the state. So I would be interested to see What her numbers look like in terms of You know the number of people who are open to her as like a second choice in addition to her top line ten percent which to go from you know three four percent to ten percent like she has certainly on a trajectory of of peaking at the right time the question. Is You know with this many candidates on the racing you know how. What is the number that you need to hit Klay momentum and be part of the national media story of being one of the surprises coming coming out of Iowa? Because that's really what you want. There's going to be a winner and then you WanNa be your campaign either. Wants to win Iowa or be you know one of the two or three candidates that exceeded where the support levels that people thought which will give me some oxygen going into you? Know the next tranche of of farmers whereas in in New Hampshire and and the doctor Alana and hopefully can give us a boost So that you can once you get out of South Carolina you can have some momentum mentioned getting into getting into this Super Tuesday states. It sounds like what you're telling me. Is this idea that you've got a vote number within your district or you'll region you know the number you're trying to hit and your data may well be better than polling data. That's an interesting thing that's interesting thing for somebody on the outside of an election to understand because I think we look at polling and say well. That's probably an okay predictor. But if you're on the inside of the campaign are you really going for a number. You're like this is my win number for as long as I hit this number. That's that's the net result that I need where I am. Yeah like the unique thing about Iowa is that You know think about these campaigns are spending by this point you know. Tens of millions of dollars a lot of that money has gone into building a database where you know and have model You know who you think is going to show up And and all of a as a as a macro as presidential campaign all of your research sorts are going to be based and those decisions are made off of. How do we get the numbers we need to get to to be successful in Iowa and you know depending on who your campaign gene is being successful in Iowa may be defined as you know winning? It certainly looks like at least for Mayor Pete and and You know I I don't I know that The Vice President Biden's campaign believes that they need to win Iowa In order to be successful but I think.
Nielsen, Amy and Danielle Dawson Dawson discussed on Simon Conway
"Who radio news cloudy and forty degrees our top story this hour authorities in nielsen who radio news cloudy and forty degrees our top story this hour authorities in mexico say gas leaking from a water heater is what killed in iowa family on vacation in mexico investigators are now trying to figure out who is in charge of maintaining the condo with a sharp family died the bodies of fortyoneyearold kevin sharp thirty eight year old amy and their two children sterling and adriana were found early friday a funeral is planned later this week at southwestern community college in creston a central iowa men and women are accused of holding a woman at gunpoint assaulting her and taking items from her grimes apartment the poll county sheriff's offices thirtythreeyearold danielle dawson dawson and wicked new the woman in the apartment and it was not a random act i will governor kim reynolds says more than one employee of the iwa finance authority accused former director dave jamie i will governor kim reynolds says more than one employee of the iowa finance authority accused former director dave jameson of sexual harassment reynolds fire jameson over the.