20 Burst results for "Jason Gonzalez"

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

07:06 min | 11 months ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"You're looking at this as mississippi state. Hey we gotta go through jack lighter junior and it's going to be tough sledding here down six already after the first inning. They were able to squeak by another run. In the top of the fourth inning ultimately lighter gave up a double and then a single down the line to give this second run but that was the most mississippi state would get out a lighter later. Finished off the day with the box. Score of six innings. Three hits two runs. He had three walks in eight strikeouts so he ends his year with a two point. One three era and then vanderbilt's bullpen. Continued to come in and close the door with nick. Maldonado going three scoreless innings only allowing two hits in his. Era went down to two point. Three one so offensively. The big blow once again was the three run home run in the bottom of the first inning by third baseman jason gonzalez but overall vanderbilt only had five hits in the game so the offense for the commodores. Although they were able to score it runs really wasn't that outstanding and this was kind of a precursor of things to come because mississippi state on their own right had five hits so there wasn't a ton of action going on in this game offensively mississippi state was led by logan. Tanner behind the dish. He went two for three with an rbi. And then you had cameron james. Of course taken lighter dp ended up one for four with an rbi in the matchup so game one goes to vanderbilt's and this obviously when it's a best of three is a huge victory since two thousand three in the seventeen years that they've gone to the best of three final format. Of course you you're thinking eighteen right. Oh three to twenty one well. Twenty twenty did not crown champion. So yeah there were seventeen years well teams that one game. One have won. Eleven of the seventeen college world series. So the odds are in your favor. If you're winning game one ultimately to pull out the series it stuff for that other team to come back and win back to back games still to lee crown national champion so game to the following night mississippi state bounce back with a vengeance. They won game two by a score of thirteen to two. And this one. They put up a lot of crooked numbers. The offense for mississippi state really showed out in the bottom of the first ending. Mississippi state got on the board led by a score of one to nothing. James reached on a throwing air by vanderbilt's and there's more to come talking around the air's for vanderbilt here as we go through game three but handcock single through the right side and ultimately james scored which was an unearned run from vanderbilt side of things. But that made it one to nothing. Mississippi state through the first inning but vanderbilt was able to bounce back in the top of the second inning. They tied the game up at one. As let's see here. Gonzales walked and then young reached on a fielder's choice ultimately to to score the run there so one to one after two innings and this is where in the bottom of the third inning mississippi state ultimately broke out and separated themselves. The inning started with a single by allen. He then advanced to second on a wild pitch. James walk to make it first and second nobody out. Handcocks walked behind him so bases loaded. Nobody out and then. Tanner walked to score a run. So three straight walks in the bottom half of the inning still bases-loaded loaded nobody out vanderbilt. Then made a pitching change. but ultimately i really didn't improve for them as drew bouli singled through the middle a couple of guys scored there to make it four to one comers reached on a fielder's choice a run scored clark walked advanced the second on a wild pitch fourth then struck out in jordan grounded out so it could have been even worse for vanderbilt but they were able to escape only allowing four runs and the bottom of the third inning. Now right back in the bottom of the fourth mississippi state scored once again to make it five to one. This are six to one at this point Drew bouli doubled to score alan. Who had singled earlier in the in the inning soap. It was now six to one at this point. Bottom of the fifth they tacked on two more runs to make it eight to one. And then in the bottom of the seventh-inning put it out of reach making it thirteen to one before vanderbilt. Got themselves a run in the top. Half of the ninth inning. So vanderbilt's pitching staff really struggled here in game two especially star christian little who only went two innings allowing three hits five runs four of them earned but a lot of this was due to the four walks. He faced fourteen batters over the course of those two innings walking four so his era of five four eight on the year but the bullpen struggled as well patrick riley one inning one run nelson burke which three innings to runs hunter owen went one in allowing five runs. Before don yeah evans came in for a scoreless bottom. Half of the ninth vanderbilt was only able to muster us four hits against the mississippi state pitching staff the entire night houston harding. When four innings allowing two hits one run and then he was followed up by preston johnston or johnson who went five innings allowing two hits and one run so a huge combine out in from mississippi state's pitching staff houston harding and preston. Johnston where fantastic coming out of the bullpen and mississippi. State's offense like i mentioned. Fourteen total hits for the thirteen runs. They had four guys with multiple. Hits tanner allen in luke. Hancock scott drool and lane foresight all had at least two hits on the day to ultimately force a game three and it could have been a lot worse than those thirteen rents. I mean vanities pitching staff as a whole ten walks. Four wild pitches to hit. Batters giving up fourteen hits. It took a hundred and thirty nine pitches for them to just get through five innings. And like i mentioned the bulldogs had left. Fourteen runners on base so the eleven run loss for vanderbilt was the most lopsided college world series loss in program history for them and it could have been even worse. But that's why baseball is a great game. I mean you can get your tail kicked bounce right back and win that next game. I remember back in college one of my days. We were playing. Miami of ohio and a double header. We lost game one by a score of twenty two to bounced right back a half hour later and beat that squad by a score of six to five. Now one of my football roommates. At the time. I remember talking to him and he goes ken. How is it possible to lose to a team. Twenty two two and then beat them a half hour later right because football. If you're better than a team you're typically better than a team and it doesn't matter. How many times do you play. You're gonna lose that game. And i basically just said hey man starting pitching. That's really what it comes down to. If you get a nice outing or a bad outing games can go a lot of different ways so game. Three the final winner take all..

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"They'll lead off with rowdy Jordan, the center fielder. Little bat. First Mississippi State the visitors tonight Tanner Allen and right field batting second. Cameron James is the third baseman held at third. Luke Hancock. First baseman batting cleanup. Logan Tanner, the catcher, bats fifth. Scotty D. Brule, the second baseman, batting sixth. Raylan Skinner gets the nod in left field tonight. Remember last night? Brad Compass got hit on the he into wrist area and is not in the lineup today. No word as to whether he is available at all, but he is not in the lineup. He is sitting on the bench right now in uniform, Braylon Skinner. Takes the spot in left field. He'll bat seventh. Kellum Clark, the designated hitter, will bat eight for Mississippi State. Lane foresight. The shortstop. Batting ninth. Jordan Allen, James Hancock, Tanner to Brule, Skinner, Clark and Forsyth, Mississippi State, sending Will Bednar to the mound? Editor on the Year 81 record with a 3.34 earned run average for the defending national champion. Vanderbilt Commodores. Enrica Bradfield Junior, the center fielder will lead it off. Heard Tim Corbyn. Talk about the switch. Have your vase in left field now bats second great speed at the top two spots in the order both left hand hitters Dominic Keegan, the first baseman batting in the three Parker Nolan, the second baseman. Batting cleanup. Spencer Jones, the designated hitter, batting fifth, C. J. Rodriguez, the catcher about sixth, Carter Young, the shortstop. Drops down to seven in the lineup tonight. Isaiah Thomas in right field, betting eighth. Jason Gonzalez, the third baseman. Batting ninth Bradfield Vase, Keegan. Roland Jones, Rodriguez, Young Thomas Gonzalez as Vanderbilt tries to win Second consecutive national championship. Behind Kumar Rocker.

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Diane bernard. Finally lily bulky tells us three quarters of colorado jobs require education beyond high school jason gonzalez higher education reporter for chuck beat colorado says his research finds adults seeking more education. Have many different life situations. He's talked with folks who have bachelor's degrees. They can't find jobs in need retraining and people who've never been to college. I don't know how to start the process. There are adults with family. They're juggling jobs most of the time. They're doing this and sort of a piecemeal fashion getting a little bit of training there. Take them years to graduate from a program that in one or two years consol. He's found that colorado focuses most of its job training efforts on high school students. But the number of high school graduates is set to drop after twenty twenty. Six not only are working. Adults seeking more support for education but employers are seeking more highly skilled. Workers advocate say colorado will need to rethink how to expand training opportunities. This is my clifford. Thank you for wrapping up the week with public. News.

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Time in a couple months wearing a mask the presumptive nominee and his wife Dr Jill Biden delivered to reset the Delaware memorial to fallen heroes of World War two in Korea he said it was good to be out of his house where he has been conducting virtual campaign events and interviews a local official offering support some veterans were close by thank you for coming here today at the foot of the Delaware River Memorial Bridge the site also honors many from New Jersey who died in the two wars Bob Costantini Baltimore some positive news in Illinois regarding the corona virus only thirty one new deaths today that's the lowest number since April fifth also one thousand seven hundred thirteen new it known coronavirus cases this is the first time in about a week that number has been under two thousand in the state of Illinois there was an anti Pritzker protests that happened at Buckingham fountain in Grant Park state representative Darren Bailey was there he is the southern Illinois lawmaker who has filed suit against governor Pritzker a federal judge won't reconsider decision to throw out a lawsuit alleging that house speaker man again Michael Madigan conspired to put up sham candidates in the twenty sixteen democratic primary federal court judge Matthew Kennelly denying a motion over the weekend to reconsider a lawsuit brought by Jason Gonzalez let's get more from Nick gale guns Alice lost to Matt again by a wide margin back in twenty sixteen but alleges Madigan's team put up forty candidates with Hispanic sounding names in order to confuse voters Madigan spokeswoman says a ruling reaffirms guns Alice had a chance to make his case to the voters and lost the Tribune reports that guns Alice plans to appeal Mikhail eight ninety W. I was kneeling while a deadly weekend in Chicago Lauren Cohen with that story Memorial Day weekend is the deadliest in Chicago since two thousand and fifteen thirty six people were shot nine killed this came a Chicago police beefed up their patrols starting Friday deploying extra officers throughout the city to Chicago police officers were injured while breaking up a gathering in the Englewood neighborhood on the city's south.

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"John Frank writing in the Colorado and in early February. The Governor's Office and State Treasurer issued a warning to lawmakers Colorado is the only single solitary state in the entire nation without a rainy day fund this to buffer against a recession. They said now is the time for the state To perhaps start thinking about a rainy day fund of before it's too late well have. We already reached the point of no return particularly when it comes to the fact that Colorado schools and universities could see dramatic dramatic budget cuts as the severe measures and measures taken to combat the spread of Coruna vibe or virus have obviously state revenue to plummet this as our conversation continues at eight twenty one thirteen ten. Kfi K. Mornings Ale fueled by great western petroleum with a doctor Deirdre pilch superintendent at Greeley Evans. School districts six. So it's kind of a conundrum. Yeah it's terrible gale. And why are doesn't have a rainy day fund It's kind of right up there with. Why don't they fund public education? You know higher than they do and not at the bottom of the nation but The state looks to have two to three billion dollar shortfall as I understand it and a thirty six percent of that budget right now is Public Education K twelve. So you know we're we're bracing ourselves and preparing for some significant Budget shortfalls You know we started out planning for about a five percent cut and then and now Folks are talking about attended. Twenty percent cut. So those are big dollars in districts you know. We're looking somewhere between fourteen million twenty three million possibly in cuts at least at least absolutely terrified. It's painful as on where you those cuts to hit the hardest. Well you know We're trying we're trying as hard. We can't say from the classroom. But we've already begun to cut position so you know. We'VE CUT INSTRUCTIONAL COACHES. We've cut work. Were to cut positions some administrative positions combining positions any positions. That are open right. Now we're holding on If they're in the support services area so and Finance Human Resources Transportation We're we're not going to fill those positions at all we're GONNA work closing those positions and and cutting those positions Support services grounds all those areas and then We're we're looking to defer raises And I let my board leadership now I planted the for my raise and You know it's it's the right thing to do in this climate and it's It's it will not be able to do as much and It's really unfortunate and it's unfortunate for kids. We'll we'll probably see an increase in class sizes. 'cause you know eighty five. Eighty nine percent of our budget is people so you don't get to those kind of dollars without cutting people and and and then we'll we'll begin to look at program than prioritizing programs that That may may suffer this budget. Shortfall outlook sounds pretty grim. You know it is and but Gal in truth them. We're we're going to be better off than some of our neighboring districts you know some of those small rural districts or that these kind of cuts are going to really impact them and I worry could bankrupt. School district quite frankly. And if you know we have a double whammy here in Greeley Evans because of the downturn in oil and gas and and so we will gary likely collect less tax revenue locally than what we've collected in the past as well so we'll see a hit. I think locally as well as statewide worrying for peace out of Chuck beat by Eric. Meltzer and Jason Gonzalez They're saying that lawmakers will get a better sense of just. How big of a hold they've dug for themselves on May twelfth. Well not them alone but a rainy day fund would have helped right but as a result of the covert nineteen recession But they'll they'll get an idea. Just how deep. This whole is on major tomorrow This is when Analysts.

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Hundred sixty employees furloughed some as early as Monday while about five hundred others will see reduced hours city employee relations director Maria Monteagudo says there are plans in place to help those furloughed get back to work as soon as social distancing guidelines vis expressed concern about having their accounts where employees are not receiving benefits the fact that that is going to happen there is the opportunity to recall the employees carload employees can apply for state unemployment benefits and the state department of workforce development continues to hire staff to handle the significant increase in calls and unemployment claims being made during the pandemic secretary Caleb frost until seems a for news they have nearly doubled the number of people handling calls and technology is being updated going to be you know probably early June really in the gym for everybody on board Wisconsin a scene over half a million unemployment claims filed since mid March Milwaukee police investigating two fatal shootings from Friday the first killed a thirty one year old Milwaukee man around one forty AM near forty eighth in Clark the second till the thirty five year old Milwaukee man around two twenty PM Near East and Berlei officers are still searching for suspects in what led to the shootings three Milwaukee men are facing charges for their role in gun shots fired at police Monday prosecutors charged thirty six year old Jason Gonzalez with recklessly endangering safety and forty six year old Jose Hernandez and twenty three year old PC Estrada with obstructing an officer their criminal complaint accuses Gonzalez of firing the shots at officers near thirty fourth in greenfield a new program in the Milwaukee county will open up streets non vehicle use Milwaukee active streets is a collaboration between the city of Milwaukee and Milwaukee county parks parks interim director jeon Francis says the pilot program includes ten miles of roads near green spaces check those out from vehicular traffic and open them up last year in traffic nobody can executive David Crowley says it will give people easier access to get outside and still practice social distancing rich areas I have a few parks or trails or could use additional space for exercise a were overcrowded was a current or likely to more details can be found at WTMJ dot com WTMJ forecast freeze warning continues until eight AM partly cloudy skies tonight low thirty two by the late twenty five inland.

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is one of those things that just really frustrates me you have probably heard the story if you have and I'll share with you now about Jason Gonzalez twenty one years old lives in Minnesota his college student and he the phrase some of his expenses for college doing something there is really wonderful and entrepreneurial is Krispy Kreme in Minnesota anymore so he drives this is crazy two plus hours each way the closest Krispy Kreme and Iowa buys a ton Krispy Kreme doughnuts bring some back to Minnesota there's no crime for bootlegging bringing donuts across state lines and then he's sells the donuts M. ball you know would he buy some in bulk sells them by the dozen already in the box is Krispy Kreme has a man and he makes a mark up one importing those doughnuts and selling them to Krispy Kreme fanatics yes No discount from Krispy Kreme for buying the donuts and ball but not always the not getting a discount he's now been told by Krispy Kreme that although they appreciate his passion made he's creating a liability for them by selling the donuts and they won't sell them to him anymore my goodness what about all the charities that by Christmas cream donuts in bulk and then they sell them by the box I'm a Krispy Kreme's always encourage are they not creating the same liability they are there are times you just say isn't that neat this college students helping pay is way but being that enterprising and keeping the love for Krispy Kreme alive in the state that doesn't have it anymore come on Krispy Kreme you're listening to the Clark Howard.

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Courageous moments is one of those things that just really frustrates me you have probably heard the story of him and I'll share with you now about Jason Gonzalez twenty one years old lives in Minnesota he's a college student and he the phrase some of his expenses for college doing something there is really wonderful an entrepreneurial is Krispy Kreme in Minnesota anymore so he drives this is crazy two plus hours each way to the closest Krispy Kreme and Iowa buys a ton of Krispy Kreme doughnuts bring some back to Minnesota there's no crime for bootlegging bringing donuts across state lines and then he's sells the donuts M. ball you know he buys them a balk sells them by the dozen already in the box is Krispy Kreme has a man and he makes a mark up on importing those doughnuts and selling them to Krispy Kreme fanatics yes No discount from Krispy Kreme for buying the donuts and ball but not always the not getting a discount he's now been told by Krispy Kreme said although they appreciate his passion he's creating a liability for them by selling the donuts and they won't sell them to him anymore my goodness what about all the charities that by Krispy Kreme doughnuts in bulk and then they sell them by the box I mean Krispy Kreme's always encourage the average time date not creating the same liability they are.

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Those things that just really frustrates me you have probably heard the story of him and I'll share with you now about Jason Gonzalez twenty one years old lives in Minnesota he's a college student and he the phrase some of his expenses for college doing something there is really wonderful an entrepreneurial is Krispy Kreme in Minnesota anymore so he drives this is crazy two plus hours each way to the closest Krispy Kreme and Iowa buys a ton a Krispy Kreme doughnuts bring some back to Minnesota there's no crime for bootlegging bringing donuts across state lines and then he's sells the donuts M. ball you know would he buy some in bulk sells them by the dozen already in the box is Krispy Kreme has a man and he makes a mark up on importing those doughnuts and selling them to Krispy Kreme fanatics yes No discount from Krispy Kreme for buying the donuts and ball but not always the not getting a discount he's now been told by Krispy Kreme Ted although they appreciate his passion he's creating a liability for them by selling the donuts and they won't sell them too many more my goodness what about all the charities that by Krispy Kreme doughnuts in bulk and then they sell them by the box semi Krispy Kreme's always encourage the average time date not creating the same liability they are there times you just say isn't that neat this college students helping pay is way being that enterprising keeping alive the Krispy Kreme alive in the state doesn't have it anymore Krispy Kreme listening to the car show hi.

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Krispy Kreme says college student can resell its doughnuts

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Krispy Kreme says college student can resell its doughnuts

"Morning we have some good news for a budding doughnut entrepreneur who is trying to hustle his way through college you may have heard recently the story of Jason Gonzalez a twenty one year old student who had been driving over five hundred miles every weekend shepherding boxes of Krispy Kreme doughnuts from Iowa to Minnesota and reselling the tasty treats because they're no Krispy Kreme locations in Minnesota however I'm what would have been his twentieth run with this car loaded with up to one hundred doughnut boxes gives us was contacted by the company and told to shut down his operations claiming it was a liability for the brand now it appears Krispy Kreme's had a change of heart and is instead encouraging Gonzalez to maintain his side hustle and even donated six thousand donuts to help fuel his budding business venture wow yes in a statement to business insider Krispy Kreme said their main concern was that their product was still in excellent condition by the time it was Reese resold once they learned that Gonzalez was trying to get through college debt free they say they wanted to help and are now working with him as an independent operator even setting him up with a five hundred dozen free doughnuts when he restarts his business also asks you why you know I did that story briefly yesterday just to mention saying they had told him to shut it down yeah that's a great turned on him yet big big turn around but if you try to find one miles yes two hundred fifty miles to get the donuts I presume in Iowa and the afternoon running on back that's right trying not to stop short at any point AF all the houses go flying into his windshield and some people are paying a hundred Bucks a box yeah yeah there was worth it there are fanatics they're Krispy Kreme fanatics out there for sure the coach covers your gas I would presume it would one sold box people paying that much money yeah I was thinking about the gas situation about how much she's in I get he's got it all figured out any you know obviously making some money from it but as losing a lot of the the transportation because yeah for sure or wear and tear on the car sure that too and winters are tough going from Minnesota Iowa and back zoom in the coming months yes I'm tells me January might be a little more

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on AP News

"Of ambitious targets related to the environment targets include meeting standards of green buildings education workshops for employees and the use of regenerated nylon in fashion collections former NFL player Kellen Winslow junior pleaded guilty to to sexual attacks in southern California the Pisa Jackie Quinn reports the plea is in exchange for a lighter sentence as he was about to go on trial for a second time the thirty six year old Winslow was convicted on a rape charge in June but that jury deadlocked on two other counts the alleged rape of a hitchhiker last year and the sexual assault of an unconscious teen in two thousand three as he was about to be retried Winslow entered the plea deal that reduces one of the charges and limits his sentence to twelve to eighteen years down from a potential life prison term Winslow's attorney said the sexual encounters were consensual three of the women were set to take the witness stand if the trial got under way this week I'm Jackie Quinn a college student who drove from Minnesota to Iowa every weekend to buy hundreds of Krispy Kreme donuts is now allowed to resell them again in the Twin Cities last week Krispy Kreme told Jason Gonzalez to stop reselling its product because it created a liability for the company Krispy Kreme's now reached an agreement with Gonzalez and says he can work with the company as an independent operator it says the temporary stoppage was to ensure product quality and regulatory compliance the St Paul pioneer press is consultant owns the deal on his Facebook page thing he's pumps to continue his business the deal also includes a five hundred dozen donuts donation when he starts up again.

Krispy Kreme says college student can resell its doughnuts

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Krispy Kreme says college student can resell its doughnuts

"Six there is a sweet ending for a Minnesota college student we told you about who was going in circles to sell hundreds of boxes of Krispy Kreme doughnuts every weekend Jason Gonzalez had faced a sticky situation when Krispy Kreme warned him to stop selling their donuts in the Twin Cities every weekend after transporting hundreds of boxes in his car from an Iowa town he'd been driving two hundred seventy miles than charging seventeen to twenty Bucks per box Krispy Kreme said it had just liability concerns to make a claim seem like a bad person are the bad company in this scenario the company is now glazed over its issues and says Gonzalez an accounting major at metropolitan state university in Saint Paul can operate as an independent contractor sprinkle the agreement with a five hundred dozen donuts

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Minnesota college student is back in the Krispy Kreme business

First Light

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Minnesota college student is back in the Krispy Kreme business

"Remember the story I mentioned yesterday about that Minnesota college kid who drives to Iowa every weekend he buys doughnuts to resell them in the Twin Cities where there are no Krispy Kreme outlets will Krispy Kreme had told him to stop doing that they change their mind now so twenty one year old Jason Gonzalez at Champlin Minnesota is not going to work for Krispy Kreme as an independent contractor the deal also includes a five hundred doesn't Joe not donation twenty starts up again

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The solution a lease is a Krispy Kreme is telling a college student was making eight hour road trips to share doughnuts with his fellow Minnesotans done knock it off the North Carolina based chain has it been in Minnesota for eleven years so Jason Gonzalez was baking trips to Iowa to load up he'd bring the glee streets back to sell in Saint Paul where he's attending metropolitan state university but the company says third party sales are a big no no North Korea is re opening entertainment venues of the country corresponded bills ever has more on the story things like bars and karaoke rooms are re opening in North Korea after having been shot down last year with the government saying the entertainment venues were symbols of capital as decadence and a magnet for antisocial behavior this latest decision however may not be so much about loosening social restrictions as it is about money strapped by sanctions North Korea may be looking to take in tax revenue from the establishments and hit them with licensing fees bills emperor NBC news radio and SpaceX's calling safety tests of its crew dragon spacecraft to success the company plans to eventually used the spacecraft to send humans into space a video of the most recent test posted yesterday shows a stand in capsule getting dropped from an airplane and landing on the ground with only three of its four main parachutes working Philip Nash NBC news radio this report is sponsored by.

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Thank you Bernie he worked his face time hold on the working about what this is like a sort of Michigan assisting all right are we we're moving along number four I'm getting another level I'm gonna be called in again why not just feel it it is you can feel it why am Rivera who is a process servers said he was harassed and arrested for trying to deliver a subpoena to the Cicero town president the story began with a lawsuit filed by Jason Gonzalez is unrelated to this who tried but failed to unseat Mike Madigan let's is gonna take you back to this is a guy was running for state office right against Mike man again and he claims that he god eight eight bit data management to Hispanic can't candidates against him because he was going to capture the Hispanic vote the majority in his district right so in June of last year an attorney for Gonzalez hired this process server to serve Leri Dominic the town president to subpoena him to testify in the mad again case repair Rivera this is all civil case right so Rivero look for Dominic at town hall then three sister are residences causing a hundred town present yet have you have you know you got to the White House of Cicero and then you get to have the pink house of Cicero and then feel whatever does get have for places so them that this happened you look Fuhrman Cicero town hall was in there no he looked at three houses did you find him no two days later you go to another house yes and that's when you encounter the sister of police right they pulled you over right a search me the hands of top of the car he was talking and talking and they told the other two offices the one they stop anything bacon ham arrested yeah I feel you have me arrested for all worry about it don't worry about that really your actions serve no you been serve no you've been served to serve and protect the the task they when you drive into the time of Cicero is to tell my story by welcome to Cicero don't worry about it ads it is crazy is that though this is a law enforcement right so then they accuse this guy the process server of stealing a package from Larry Dominic's front yard one of his three houses one of the three houses now they not only not only did they accuse were that they held in jail for a day and a half men eventually was acquitted of this in court that he didn't steal a package he just picking up to look at the name to see if it was Larry Dominick's name right black here's the here's the rub on this they raided his home in Chicago what the Cicero police went to Chicago is it going to WGN investigate as the Ben Bradlee of course you're hearing here here's been Bradley talking to the town president Larry Dominic whiting go wrong.

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Thirty here on the Saturday morning show more to come will be talking to rage Beltre's RJ o'brien to get his thoughts on the continuing unusual crop year that we've been having ever since spring and we'll be talking about that cattle on feed report that came out yesterday as well all of that here on those seven twenty spot when you're dialed WG and radio Chicago time for news headlines and again good morning Roger thank you very much oriented good morning again of federal judge tossed out a lawsuit that contended house speaker Michael Madigan conspired to put up to sham candidates with Hispanic names to confuse voters in a twenty sixteen democratic primary against challenger Jason Gonzalez saying that voters knew about the possible political trick when they reelected Madigan public health officials say people who visited Disneyland and other southern California to response last week may have been exposed to measles officials say a teenage girl from New Zealand have the highly contagious disease may have spread it during her visit although so far No related cases have been reported and US steel is planning to idle there the Chicago to implant lay off about a hundred and fifty workers Pittsburgh based company says low cost imports forced the action will check for traffic and weather next on WGN seven seven guys.

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

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12:39 min | 3 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Miles per hour. I'm Eric rung in the WGN radio newsroom. And these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN in February. We'll move onto other things I want to talk about the Bill daily story in just a couple of minutes. And then we'll talk about the Jeff Bezos story after two also on the two o'clock hour, our bright side of life segment. We've got some fun things to do. And what a great hockey game last night. My wife. Said to me boy, Kevin really is excited about the Blackhawks game this evening because I guess he was getting all amped up about it. The Blackhawks had won five straight. Could they win six straight, particularly since they were playing the connects last night lo and behold they won that game. So instead of going down five points just one point outside of the playoffs. If I'm not mistaken, anyways, we're real good game last night. We'll talk a little bit of sports, maybe with Kevin after two o'clock hour baseball is considering a couple of rule changes one of which I think is really clever, and you may not agree with it. But I think it might be a good idea. We'll talk about that in the next hour. But about that conversation. We were having about people stealing people's food at work. I guess school wherever it is. You spend your communal day. I guess the only way to read this text is this. This thread is that they must all this one place of employment kind of eat lunch together and eat lunch. The same way the guy posts I used to mess with a co-worker by waiting till his lunch was done microwaving. And then beating him to the kitchen and throwing it in the trash. I started this trend and the whole workplace followed suit the prank got wildly out of hand. And memos were eventually sent sent out to stop it. Eventually the people were just going into the kitchen during office hours and throwing people's food in the trash outside it was mob mentality. No one ever got mad because we all wanted an excuse to order takeout. We started packing. Terrible lunches because we knew what would happen. But if you put your foot in the food in the microwave, and then stayed. The guard it you would be chastised in shame. So the game had some structure to it. Anyway, the thing that led to the company wide memo's declaring the game illegal was pretty awesome. This guy who worked in HR put his lunch in the microwave knowing full, well, what he was risking by doing that luncheon, the trash, etc. So this guy walks past me, and my co worker and angrily says something along the lines of don't touch my lunch. I'm serious like come on, dude. I it's a fun game second. Go. Screw yourself third. Please excuse me. While in fact, I now go destroy your lunch. That was a weird game that they cooked up at that place of employment anyway thread continues, so we went into the kitchen, and we ripped the microwave with his lunch cooking inside out of the wall and through the entire microwave onto the lawn. And the guy went nuts. He turned into the adult equivalent of the sobbing baby. With poop filled diaper later that day the memo went out and the game ended forever. I don't work there anymore, but not because of that. So workplaces can take on their own sort of juvenile attitude. That's kind of extreme really extreme got hasn't happened here. We just got a memo saying, hey, it's a communal fridge. But the food inside it is not. And that's really all you need to say, you should install cameras. You should totally have a camera in the company cafeteria. I think just that in a little sign saying, you're being videotaped. That's gotta be legal, right. You can video tape. We have cameras in our booth for crying out loud. We have cameras on the fridge. We're streaming this conversation online right now. WGN radio dot com. You can watch us. I got a text message in the middle of this conversation. The Creamer isn't communal. Oh, no is the person. He said how is that not communal? I well, if you ask Eric wrong, it kind of is in gem. Yeah. Covets other people's condiments and foodstuffs. So maybe. Just the birthday cake. That's it's there for two weeks. Do you remember last week? There was the story about whether or not Mike Madigan and some of his ilk would load the ballot. So that they would have a better chance of winning the election. Here's what you do your Mike Madigan, everybody goes, oh, Mike Madigan. He's terrible awful guy. Let's get rid of them. Why does he keep winning the election, especially when sometimes they're really credible candidates that run against him? And in one case, there's this guy named Jason Gonzalez we interviewed last week who went to an Ivy league school. He's got a Vance degree. He's doing community work. He ran into some trouble is a kid, he set himself straight. And he just seems like the kind of guy the would be a good politician. His last name Gonzalez Madigan works in a largely Hispanic district. Now, the gerrymandering and the and the communities themselves have changed over the years. So how is it that Matt again that awful Mike Madigan keeps getting reelected in an. In a district that ethnically is not like him. And politics can be ethnic in the city of Chicago. One of the things they do is. They'll say, okay, if I'm running against a credible candidate named Gonzalez. We'll go ahead and get some other people to run like broad Rica's or people with other similar sounding names. And if we get enough names on the ballot it'll dilute all of the other votes, and then the one strongest candidate will will win you see how actually having more people on the ballot will increase your chances. It's kind of weird though that a candidate who's the front runner would work to get more competition. But they do that literally finding the candidates helping them get the signatures to be on the ballot at cetera. Sounds unethical doesn't it when I get to became that's going to be against the law and the Tribune story about this not that long ago, they described I just want to read for you. Again. I read part of this the other day they say the district's populations about sixty percent Latino twenty eleven Madigan said he was not concerned about. Gonzalez's challenged because the speaker enjoyed widespread support among the Hispanic people in the district celebrity voice, impersonators Peralta, the attorney then asked Madigan whether he had reached out to any political allies to try and load up. The valid with candidates. Madigan said, I don't remember that. Is it possible that you did Perak asked? No Madigan responded. Oh, so you're certain that you didn't do it Paraic asked. I don't remember Madigan said don't you think that if don't you love the circuitous nature of those responses, all you gotta do when they've got you see I remember, I remember, maybe broke the law. I just don't remember. I would remember I would remember if I asked somebody to get a candidate to run against me. I would remember that sort of thing. But he just throws out. The I I don't remember. In fact, they said that in the course of the deposition, or whatever this was this case, the he said like a thousand times. Okay. My exaggeration there. But that was pretty much what they did when they were busted. They would just remember. I'm reading the story about Bill Daley. Todd lady story in the Chicago Tribune. Why is this a big deal? Bill Daley's running for mayor. He's one of the daily's seems like just about every time. There's a mayoral race coming around. Somebody lamed daily is running for mayor of Chicago. What was it something like fifteen of the last seventeen mayoral elections in Chicago featured somebody named daily? So there's another one, but he says, but you know, I'm the reform candidate. We've got a clip the power that some of these people in this city have and I guess that's why the story of his maybe cheating on the insurance test in one thousand nine hundred seventy three has come up. I mean, this case has been judicata, right? We've already had this thing in court. It goes back to one thousand nine hundred seventy three, and we aren't just discovering this, but the Tribune has resurfaced the story because if you wanna be the guy who says, we don't need corruption. We don't need power. We don't need in. Side jobs. We don't need these aldermen with their little fiefdoms. If we need to sort of distance ourselves from that. Let's look at who's saying that and Bill Daley. Guess what? When you took the insurance exam in Illinois and the early seventies, you flunked it the first time when you took it the second time, it looks like you flunked it as well. But what happened is somebody went to the home of the guy that issued the exam. In Springfield, the guy who gives the exam collects all the exams. One of them's from Bill Daley. He takes him back to his apartment in Springfield wherever lives, and then a buddy of his shows up. And he says, hey, can I look at that one one hundred forty exams there, but he has to see just one it's the one of Bill Daley. And then the charge goes he was looking at those answers and notice that about five of them were wrong or no for five or six of them were incomplete and one of them was just wrong. And so with a different pen indifferent Inc with different slanted handwriting. This other person changes the answers on Bill Daley's insurance exam. And then they turn it in. And now he goes from what would have benefited five. So it looks like he was gonna flunk it the second time to a seventy five and now he passes and now he gets to practice the business of insurance in the state of Illinois, which when you're named daily and you're living on the south side of Chicago. You can do pretty well. Contracts. Come your way, lo and behold in life is good. But you gotta have that got to pass that test. I and he does the guy that was charged with correcting his test went on trial and the first witness was Bill Daley. Sanal Bill Daley did this happen or not prosecutors asked daily if he left any answers blank on the test and daily said, I don't recall. Does this sound like the way you do it in Chicago? If you took a test, it's the second time around kind of embarrassing your daily it didn't pass it the first time. Now, you really gotta get it. Right. And you still don't know the answer to five or six of the questions you leave some of them blank. How are you going to pass if you just leave them blank, don't you think you remember that? And it wasn't years later. It was the test that he had taken. They said. Said did you leave the answers blank on the test? And he says, I don't know. I don't recall. They asked if the handwriting in the disputed answers was his and daily replied, well, it may or may not be I can't judge. Don't you think you would recognize your handwriting? If somebody wrote in different handwriting answers on your test that you wrote in your own hand. Don't you think you would know or recognize? When asked if the handwriting and the disputed answer was his daily replied, I may it may or may not be my handwriting. I can't be sure. I'm not an expert. He said. Yes. You are. You are an expert in your handwriting and the right answer would have been. Yes. It was my handwriting, right? You know, if you're gonna lie just lie. I that's an interesting point. Because I don't know. I don't remember. I can't tell is this much ally. As it was it was all me, I picked up a different pen. Write my hand was sore. So I started writing the other way, I don't know if you're gonna lie at least do it. Right. But I don't know is the same non truth as I did at all is they're both lies. Both not true. You know, that you left those blank, you know, you didn't know the answer, and you can tell that somebody else put the answers therefore you now Daly was not charged and was not found guilty of a crime. The guy who allegedly did that was charged with the crime daily was testifying at the trial for the guy who was charged with fixing the answers. But that's what you're doing Chicago. Don't know. I don't remember. And that seems to work. It's one fifty one on WGN ninety.

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

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04:06 min | 3 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"They've been you know, both parties have put candidates on the ballot to to tie elections for generally for the incumbent. And this has got to stop where where where the machine champ candidates viable contenders who wanna run and DeLuca ballot behaviors gotta stop. And that's what I want. I want a precedent. That's just for my me. What's happened to me? But for other candidates who want to run in the future and some indication for those who've run in the past. I wonder what kind of wonder what kind of rules. We could put forward that would keep this from happening. Right. Like, no. You know, you you can't if you're running for office you and your people. However, we define that can't help another candidate. However, we define that. I don't know how we keep sham candidates from happening when the purpose of it is to keep a strong candidate like you from gaining traction. I'm offer them beating you fair and square. But I don't like them populating the field with other runners to try and wear you down. And that's what's happening. So I wonder what rules we could put a place to keep that from happening again. John I wonder too, and I don't have the total answers that. But I think you know, at some point. You know in the courts look at this. You know, what's the intention here? Can they prove some intensity trot voters deserve defraud here? And I believe we can crew there was fraud. Builders. With Mike Madigan is organization. Let me read you some of the texts that have come in. It says John. Wow, Jason Gonzalez with his record sounds like a perfect candidate to run for Chicago alderman. I don't know how lost eight one five six John. This guy sounds pretty damn good. He might as well run for governor six three zero says, John are you play devil's advocate. Do you really not get how this is fraud? He rigged the election. Ballot to win. He being Mike Madigan and seventy eight says to me, it sounds like this is a lot of sour grapes. Maybe it's a little of all of those addressed the last one, you just you lost. And and it's it's you just being poor sport about this. You know, if if I was poor sport, I pick up and who's town. You know, I again, I as I said, John, I'm fighting not just for me. But for every candidate who wants to run and every candidate who's running the past we have to fix the system we have to fix gerrymandering we have to rig elections. Now, we have to fix a lot of things in Illinois and nothing's gonna change unless someone stands up and challenges this guy. Okay. And and and now look at look at what's happening. It's just one thing after another. Yes, PI hasn't Montaigne. You've got David Kroupa in my ward, and or thirteen now look what they've done him with with trying to rescind his signatures with false affidavits. You've got Anastassia Murray stood up. I'm outgoing speaker. You gotta Lena Hampton who's come forward with sexual harassment charges against the organization. Our time is are you going to run for office again? John. I don't know the answer to that question for sure. But I do know this for sure. Someday, Mike Madigan will leave Illinois politics either in handcuffs or a coffin or I will be him today. The sun rose in all of us are twenty four hours closer to this glorious day. Okay. Jason Gonzalez that sounds like a stump speech. So I think you're going to run again. A good luck to you fascinated by the story. I hope you are successful. And I appreciate your time. Thanks for coming on the show today. Thank you Jason Gonzalez. His story is page one above the fold as they say in today's Chicago Tribune, it's to Twenty-eight back into the WGN radio newsroom. Steve Bertrand has got the latest next circus master, Mark McKinnon wraps up the week in Washington. He's from the circus.

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

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13:01 min | 3 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"District. The twenty second district. Have you run for political office before? No, Tony sixteen was my first shot. Why would you run against Madigan? I mean if ever there's a perennial lock it's him. What what made you think you could beat him? That's a good question. It's a question that actually pondered for quite a while. I was just to Harvard back into twenty fifteen Kennedy School. I had a professor named Steve Jarding who got you really talk campaigns and elections and least one of the students and sit down and said, you know, Stephen, I'm thinking about going back to Illinois and running crawfish. I really feel like I I could do some good. And and and I want to go back home and and make a difference. And I said, I'm looking at this election wasn't this guy. Mike mad again. And I'm wondering, you know, gosh couldn't office now thirty nine years. And and I can't understand, you know, how he has told the state ten thousand votes ten thousand boat. I mean, it's just not a lot and look at the district, and I said. I didn't know that this district around midway was his aunts and uncles who lived there. And I spent a lot of time in the adjacent district in Pilsen when I was growing up in a very interesting, you know, ten thousand votes. I could possibly muster that, and you know. You. That's what you need. You know, give it a shot, and I instead of leading to New York or to, you know, California after graduation and taking a high paying job or TC I decided to go back. Go back home. Him and run for office. And that's really how it started was was this whole idea that only takes ten thousand votes. You said you grew up in Pilsen. Well, I didn't grow up until I want to kind of make that straight. My father bought my grandmother home there. And I spent a lot of time as a as a child takes ages about five to eleven and so I I know the area very well. You know, I have roots there. So my father owned a home that was owned by our family for over twenty five years, you Where'd you go to high school. I went to high school Barrington. I went to high school. I grew up in carpenter. So carpenters L was part of the Barrington school district. So early on. I was part of you know, Barrington schools as a special education student that actually didn't really do too. Well in school until I had some teachers kind of invest in my life and helped me to turn it around. When I was about fifteen years old. Why were you a special Ed student? So. Interesting. When I was twelve years old and. No, I just had some problems with attention, and sort of you know, kind of being kind of outsider in Barrington school district and. You know, it just it just wasn't easy to be the kid from the other side of the tracks. Right. So I went to school at mostly wealthy, you know, people from Barrington. And and, you know, my father was a union electrician, my mother dental hygienist working class, and you know, we weren't poor. But we, you know, we didn't have of the luxuries of the people on the other side of the street. So. They were just a lot of tension between class differentiation stuff. But I make the best of it. And an important thing is that I turned it around. And you went to Harvard. Yeah. I went to went to Duke is an undergrad. And then I went on to MIT and earned a master in business administration knows an advisor to the president there. Harbored nostrum public administration from the John F Kennedy school of government. So then you think okay, if I'd get ten thousand votes in madigan's neighborhood, and it's an interesting way to think about it, not so much from your perspective, but say for mine, if people in the state of Illinois think Mike Madigan has too much power. The be two ways to dilute that one would be change the rules. So you can't be speaker of the house for that long. That's a statewide initiative or just turn to the people in his district and say, what are you people doing Mike Madigan makes people crazy? I don't care. If your garbage is getting picked up on time vote for somebody else. Get another qualified candidate. And let's get some fresh blood in here. That's the outside looking in. Now. Here you come along with fresh blood, and if you can get eleven thousand votes, you'd get more maybe than the ten thousand he always wins with and you you you could do that. So what did you try and do how did your campaign? Go. Well, it ended up being a smear campaign Madigan it really, you know, at me and spirit. My. Why am I have some problems now that on it? And I don't know how he's able to pick up on him. But. Sort of, you know, put me in the spotlight that just basically made me look like a hardened criminal. Maybe look like, I was, you know, some kind of you know, horrible person, you know, that that this is a. You know, is there first round percent each part of rounders group and so forth and the truth is I never met attack. You know to make the record straight. I asked browner's people for help early on refuse to help me. You didn't send me a dime help you. You can't help you where he was the governor. Now, I never met with the governor. I've never met the governor. I've met I've met with some of his his people, and and and and an instructive sorry. We can't help you as much as we want to see him gone doing anything you. I mean, did you ever go to jail? Have you have you? Have you served time? Well, yeah. I mean, when I was when I was a teenager when I was seventeen I some credit cards at we're fine. The shopping mall and King County, and I picked up some charges for unlawful use a credit card, and I went to jail for seventy one age, but that was that will help you know, over twenty five years ago. Yeah, I got a part governor Clinton expunged my record stay with people my life. This is all after college and started a small business, and and a lot of things in the community. And, but you know, the the matter is is that you know, Madigan is kind of guy who's really Machiavelli and kind of guy do anything anything to get reelected. And and and they are they are evil people. What are you saying that he did then so tell me a little bit about the su-? That's hard me. Your this is a fascinating story to me that the reason you're on the front page of the Tribune today, isn't this? It's that tell me about what your leading Matt against people did. Well, it really comes down. It really comes down to fraud. I mean, this is a grand scheme to voters into voting for Mike Matt again, hold for a reliable and credible contender. That they didn't want in the first place. So when they found that could get me off, the ballot there second thing to do was actually candidates similar last names to confuse bowlers and to dilute the ballot and. Arkan tension is that this is this is election thought, this is blatant legal. And you know, the federal courts are agreed with us at this point in time. This is illegal. We have case law where this was done Smith versus Kerry back in nineteen thousand nine hundred fifty eight. John here in Illinois where it candidate was running and Democrats have put two hundred ballot two other people on the ballot against an African American candidate who is running for state, Representative or state Senate and. All the way to the federal court. Illegal this this is well, okay. You should you should listen to the mincing rascals podcast because it's a weekly podcast. We record with people from the Tribune and those of us here WGN radio bunch of news, reporters and talk show host. We sit around and talk about stories in the news. We talked about yours. Eric joined the Tribune columnists said, you know, he doesn't know I Mike Madigan in this deposition instead of saying, I don't know. I don't remember he wonders why Madigan simply didn't say. Yep. That's what we do. That's how we played because there's nothing illegal about me helping somebody else run for office. Even if it's against me. There's nothing wrong with me helping as is alleged madigan's people helping his opponents get signatures and turn them in imagine that why would Mike Madigan help somebody else run and get signatures and get on the ballot. Except for what you're suggesting. But Zorn's says go ahead and own that it looks like that happens. It's always happened. That's not against the law. How is that? Where in the law? Does it say that I as a citizen, even if I'm running for office can't help somebody else run for office. Well, first of all, it's never been. You know, it's member challenged other than Smith is Terry. And it's a little bit case. But it's still enough case precedent for us to move what we're trying to allege here forward. I'm not a lawyer. So I I'm not going to get into the legal technicalities of of our case. But what we believe is that this is fraud that that we believe ultimately, the goes through jury trial that Jerry will agree with us. And you know, it really comes down to a violation of civil rights here. This isn't a criminal conspiracy. Even though we believe that it could be we're not alleged a criminal conspiracy were alleging civil conspiracy. And that's that's my right to run as a credible candidate against an opponent without interference. Well, I'd like to know what the definition of election interferences. Listen, I'm on your side in in every way. But I'm just wondering if the notion that your civil right was violated because he played dirty politics. Is it holds up? What law did he break? What? Gets fraud. We're legend fraud. Real people. But those are real people that they human beings who maybe didn't have any interest in running. And then by the way, never campaign never did anything legitimate candidate. We do write these people are place holders. But so even though they're terribly ineffective candidates. The real live human beings. Where's the fraud? Then well, they were sham candidates. They were specifically quitting. The specific purpose of deluding the vote. Okay. So we're alleging that this is this is they're trying to link voters using the sham candidates were real even though way real people. They were not real candidate. When they ask these people will why didn't you campaign? They say, I don't know. Why didn't you do this? I don't remember. They just they use the same line of answer that Madigan those people use. I don't know. I don't remember. I don't know. I don't remember. That's all they have to say they have not admitted they won't admit that they committed a crime. But it you. I wonder how critical that is to right? Do you need to get one of those people on the stand to say, yeah, they told me to run just to get Gonzalez. That was the whole point of this is that what you need. No, we remember, we're we're we have a civil case here in the standard of preponderance of the evidence rights not proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Like in a criminal case. So we are bringing together in mosaic mosaic of of evidence that we leave a jury reasonably conclude that that this was brought that Mike Madigan and is still have perpetrated. Yes. You know, my my civil rights as a candidate. I believe I would have won that race had been begin myself. Okay on that ballot. I believe I have one margin, maybe by Tango, two hundred votes. Five hundred goals. Whatever it is. I know I would've won that election because there was a lot of support for me. What was the vote total? About seventy two semi votes. How many worlds? Just over thirteen thousand I believe so. Almost double what you got. Yeah. He got almost double. But you know, in in a lot of people didn't even bother with the election. And there was a lot of money. Those other candidates not talking millions of dollars not not, you know, hundred dollar donated. If you win Jason Gonzalez what he wants to happen, then, but what would be the recourse? Really, you know, I I wanted people understand that my filing the suit be half of what happened to me. It's just one piece of this bigger picture really what I'm trying to do is we're trying to establish a precedent here. So this behavior stops it's been happening per year..

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"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

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04:19 min | 3 years ago

"jason gonzalez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So you don't have to Hank you. Here's John Williams a living. This is John Warren the AllState skyline studio on social media. I'm WGN king. John look for me there. Today. We should put this on Facebook too. I didn't get around to it. But. The video of the ice breaker doing donuts on the Chicago river, it's on my Twitter page. WGN King, John if you've got the Chicago Tribune today, you see a picture of this ice-breaking boat and its smashing through the ice up and down the Chicago river, and that ISIS still there snowed on last night. So you've got to white mantle across the river. It's lovely. But for some reason they decided they needed to break that up. And so we took video of it as it was happening. And it's kind of fun to watch this boat doing donuts in the ice yesterday. How much you wanna bet the guys in the boat was the Chicago park district or police? We're going. Oh. Well, they were doing it because you can see that gun the engine at one point the Boca's. Bayamo bet it was more fun to watch from inside than it was to actually be doing may have a point there above that picture is a Ray long story suit ties speakers team ballot fakes city corruption depositions, alleged Madigan organization used phony candidates. This is the story. That's the Bertrand says isn't news, John this has been going on for years. How naive of you do not maybe have a sense of time and place on this story and house speaker Michael madigan's thirteenth ward operation. Secrecy is expected. And loyalty is rewarded house speaker Mike Madigan now those political vows are being put to the test in a civil courtroom, even as the speaker deals with his name surfacing on a recorded conversation as part of a city hall corruption probe, you've got the city hall thing with Birkin Sali's. But then you've got this other thing for Mike, Matt. Again. And that is what they do. If you're Mike Madigan and say, you're in a district that is largely Hispanic and you're not Hispanic. How come you keep getting reelected one of the things you do to dilute the ballot? Is you the candidate actually get other people to run against you? Because it was just you and one other guy and people don't like you vote for the other guy. But if it's you and ten other guys, and I don't like you of all for the nine other guys. And now that other vote is diluted it actually ensures that you'll win if you get other people and by the way, say it's an ethnic neighborhood. It's Hispanic neighborhood say, well, then get people whose names are Gonzalez or hey, Zeus or something like that. And then if you don't know anything, but you at least want to get somebody that looks like the neighborhood, you check those boxes rather than Madigan. That's not new I understand. But when they did this deposition to the thing that really set me off was they asked him a bunch of questions about this raid long story in the Tribune too long story. It's fascinating. The district's population was about sixty percent Latino in twenty eleven Madigan said he was not concerned about Gonzalez's challenge because the speaker enjoyed widespread support among the Hispanic people. He said Parada the attorney then asked Madigan whether he had reached out to any political allies to try to load up the ballot with candidates. I don't remember that Madigan said you would think if you did something like that. We're not asking you. What was the name of your second grade teacher? We're asking if a few years ago, you got somebody else to load up the ballot for you. And his answer is I don't remember. Is it possible that you did Madigan says, no? So you're certain then just a minute ago. He said, I don't remember his next answer is possibly says. No, it's not possible. How do you know it's impossible. If you don't remember. So the follow up question is. So you're certain that you didn't do this. And his answer is I don't remember. I'll tell you. That's why you want me to be king someday. Now, the guy that's filing the suit Jason Gonzalez is alleging that Michael madigan's team stack the ballot with phony.

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