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"john ausaf" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Next two years. NBC News Projects Democrat John Ausaf won his runoff election against incumbent Republican David Perdue is victory gives Democrats and their allies 50 seats in the Senate, the same as Republicans. But that allows Vice President Kamila Harris to cast tie breaking votes giving power to the Democrats. This political party split in the Senate has only happened three times in American history. Mike Power with more in 18 81. The Senate remain Evenly divided for much of its two years session in 1954, after a senator's death, he even split lasted only a few months. And in 2001, the Senate was split 50 50 from January until June. But the question during an even split becomes who will run the Senate. The answer the party that holds the vice presidency. The Constitution makes the vice president the president of the Senate, and with incoming vice president Kamila Harris. Democrats are in charge, and she'll be able to cast the deciding vote as well. A new study suggests that even mild Corona virus infections may have negative effects on The brain, which could affect memory and behavior. Dr. Gabriel ERA skin at U T San Antonio says this is something they have seen with similar outbreaks like SARS and the swine flu. What caught our attention was the blows of sense of smell. Which is a common manifestation off Alzheimer's disease, or Parkinson's Dr Aris men, says Cove. It also affects the respiratory system and a lack of oxygen also damages the brain. But, he adds, it's impossible to know how many of those who have recovered will see those long term effects. The pandemic is less than one year old. Actress Tanya Roberts died from a urinary tract infection. On Wednesday, Her longtime partner, Lance O'Brien, confirmed she'd been hospitalized with the U. T I that then spread your kidneys and gold bladder between 50 and 60% of adult woman develop a U T I in their lifetime, But death is a rare outcome. The bond girl on that seventies show star died in a Los Angeles hospital on Monday. She was 65, Michael Kastner, Akwa Marine and bore..
"john ausaf" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"NBC News Projects Democrat John Ausaf won his runoff election against incumbent Republican David for Do is victory gives Democrats and their allies 50 seats in the Senate, the same as Republicans, but that allows Vice President Kamila Harris to cast tie breaking votes giving power to the Democrats. This political party split in the Senate has only happened three times in American history. Mike Power with more in 18 81. The Senate remained evenly divided for much of it. Two years session in 1954 after a senator's death even split lasted only a few months and in 2001, the Senate was split 50 50 from January until June. But the question during an even split becomes who will run the Senate. The answer the party that holds the vice presidency. The Constitution makes the vice president the president of the Senate, and with incoming vice president Kamila Harris. Democrats are in charge, and she'll be able to cast the deciding vote as well. A new study suggests that even mild Corona virus infections may have negative effects on the brain, which could have Fact memory and behavior. Dr. Gabriel era skin at U T San Antonio says this is something they have seen with similar outbreaks like SARS and the swine flu. What caught our attention was two blows off sense of smell. Which is a common manifestation off Alzheimer's disease, or Parkinson's, like your harassment, says Cove. It also affects the respiratory system and a lack of oxygen also damages the brain. But, he adds, it's impossible to know how many of those who have recovered will see those long term effects. The pandemic is less than one year old actress Tanya Roberts died from a urinary tract infection. On Wednesday, Her longtime partner, Lance O'Brien, confirmed she'd been hospitalized with a U T I that then spread. Were kidneys and gall bladder between 50 and 60% of adult woman develop a U T i in their lifetime, But death is a rare outcome. The bond girl on that seventies show star died in a Los Angeles hospital on Monday. She was 65 Michael Kastner to the wiper blades trusted by Rainer's Eat low to break World Records. Michelin endurance XT Silicon wiper blades are real world proven for extreme weather performance that last two times longer than any other blade. The new Michelin endures XT Silicon wiper blades on Leoville. Mobile ad WALMART It's 8 40 on NewsRadio. 6 10 w y o D. Let's take a look at traffic with Taylor Edmonds from the Australia Insurance Traffic Center Taylor many 95 South Bend at the Golden Glades. A car fire has three right lanes blocked staff ago..
"john ausaf" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Mountains. It's just a rain risk here, and that's coming up mornings on Main Street. With Bill Main So Georgia has two new senators now both ready to get to work today in Washington, which one though, will be considered the senior senator from our state. First, let's cut to the chase 33 year old John Ausaf will become the state's senior senator over 51 year old Rafael Warnock. Why, Obviously it has nothing to do with age. But believe it or not, the alphabet comes into play as a tiebreaker and, of course, Ossoff's name appears first, The Columbus Ledger Inquirer reports. The other consideration is us off, was elected to a full six year term. Warnock is finishing up the retiring Johnny Isakson's unexpired term, which means Warnock will have to run for reelection in 2020 to all the other tiebreakers went by the wayside, since neither has any previous experience in office. That's CNN's Rob Stadler. Turns out one of the partners from former President Trump, on his last day in office went to an Augusta man John Duncan Fordham served several years in prison for health care fraud while leading the pharmacy department for the Community Mental Health Center of East Georgia. Pardon? Of course, coming just a few hours before Mr Trump left Washington D. C yesterday. Ah, judges say Georgia's court system could take years to dig out of a backlog of jury trials delayed because of the Corona virus pandemic. State Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold Melton, telling lawmakers during hearings yesterday It could take 1 to 2 years to catch up Superior Court Judge Wade pageant estimating it could be more like three years. Under state law, Melton has been renewing a declaration of judicial emergency every 30 days, limiting what court cases can happen in person, He says he's pretty eager to resume jury trials just too soon as possible. Now. There are more elections coming up this year in November, although nothing near the magnitude of what voters went through this past year and last month for that matter in Lula on Tuesday night, City Council members gave approval to qualifying fees for an upcoming mayor's race into city Council positions. Qualifying fees for council member would be $100 and the qualifying feed for the position of mayor would be $150. It's Lula Mayor Jim Greer. The election in Lula. And other municipalities coming up on November 2nd this year. Wdun News time. 7 34 Gainesville City School Board voting this week to approve a calendar for next year looks a lot like this years, thanks to the ongoing health crisis. Superintendent Jeremy Williams says. For one thing. It includes a spread out open house plan three hours of their families for three hours. We can't do that. So this town of breaks open house up to three days after that, At four days of pre planning after open house, half of the students will be in the school building for two days and then the other half will be in school buildings a couple of days later. Ah wind. Her man faces a felony theft by shoplifting charge after an incident earlier this month on Lulu Road and Antique store, reporting a robbery and was able to provide surveillance footage that allowed investigators to capture some images of the suspect. Photographs were very clear of the suspect's face with his hand, actually in a case. Feeling some items from the store that's nearing booth with the whole county Sheriff's office, he says. They released the images on social media, and within a couple of hours they were able to identify. 49 year old Gary Walter Cox junior deputy stopped a vehicle with a headlight out yesterday morning and turned out that Cox was the driver. And thieves broke into the Nike outlet in commerce, stealing $12,700 worth of clothing items, the Jackson County sheriff's office asking for the public's help as they try to identify and find these suspects. It happened January 17th around 6 15 in the morning for men breaking open the front door to the Nike outlet store. The suspects were wearing face mask, hats, hoods and gloves. As they entered the store. They took the clothing items near the door and then ran. There's more news had access Wdun for $12,000 in the Nike store. What's that? A jacket for each other in a pair of shoes? Is that what that is for jackets before Paris used to be about right? You know what I think? $12,000 Almost 13,000 worth of clothes you're thinking. Oh, that's my whole closet. Exactly. Campaign some exactly, But I guess you're right. Nike outlet. I don't know what they might have got a T shirt to go in with that, Okay, I'll be It is almost 30. Yeah, I don't know how they managed another four of them, but that's a lot of stuff. That's not a lot of merchandise, even if the Nike outlet store that's not a whole lot of well, because it's well Yeah, I guess you're right if I stole $3000 you got $4000 worth of step each for 3000 each, okay. Like I said, a jacket and shoes. Yeah. I don't know what they what they got away with What? That it was pricey. They got some inventory. But the five finger discount is not legal. So you use that as a coupon. Sorry, That's not how that works. Forecast on the way rain for this morning as a thin out a little bit for this afternoon, But back with us again overnight. We'll take a look. Also get an update on your roads and check of business news from Fox. This news brought in part by Oakwood Tire and more. The Norton Agency and Milton Martin Toyota Wdun time 7.
"john ausaf" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Timely Scylla. Sarah Fox News, new White House Press secretary Jen Psaki, holding her first briefing on what she hopes to accomplish. The president asked me to serve in this role. We talked about the importance of bringing truth and transparency back to the briefing room. Sacchi previously worked under for President Obama in the State Department. And she said there will be daily briefings once again from the White House and regular updates on health officials about the pandemic. She said. President Biden is calling on all Americans to wear a mask when in public for 100 days, doing his part as well, issuing a mask mandate that will require anyone visiting a federal building or federal land or using certain modes of public transportation to wear a mass. And Saki said President Biden's first call to a foreign leader will be to Canada's Prime minister Justin Trudeau on Friday. A key member of president by this Cabinet has been confirmed by the Senate, Averil Haynes will become the director of national intelligence. Yesterday, Haynes told the Senate Intelligence Committee that China would be an important focus of the administration. Changes today in the Senate is well where New York Democrat Chuck Schumer takes over his majority leader after the swearing in of three new Democratic senators. I feel the full weight of that responsibility. Sense of reverence of all At the trust placed in me. I intend to honor that trust. With all of my energy and with joy Mitch McConnell now leads the Republican minority plenty of Senate business to discuss at length in the days ahead. But for now, I just want to congratulate each of our new colleagues. Look forward to working. Alongside Raphael Warnock and John Ausaf of Georgia and Alex Padilla of California, were supported by Vice President Harris this afternoon on Wall Street, the Dow gained 257 points the NASDAQ attitudes 60, the S and P, Plus 52 Americans listening to Fox News..
"john ausaf" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Breaking news. Local news, traffic and weather news 93.1 from ABC News. I'm Daria holding on President Biden getting out of his limo and walking for the last stretch of today's inaugural parade right to the White House, And then he got to her first order. I'm gonna be signing here. Is late to, uh um, cold on Bond. It's requiring, as I said all along. On where I have authority mandating Maskey warn social distancing be kept on federal property and interstate commerce, etcetera. He's also reversing a number of Trump administration policies, including the some so called Muslim travel ban after her historic swearing in vice President Harris did the honors for the Senate's three newest members will well and faithfully discharge the duties. Of the office on which you are about to enter, so help you God. All right. Congratulations. California's Alex Padilla, taking the oath, along with George's John Ausaf and Raphael Warnock. Mr Biden's speech is getting a lot of attention. Like his predecessor, President Biden is promising. He will not be divisive. All those who did not support us. Let me say this. Here me out as we move forward. Take your measure of me and my heart. Did you still disagree? So be it. President Biden has a history of making alliances with opposing party members and hoping that goodwill carries over as he takes the White House and the field. ABC NEWS Washington Former president Trump did not attend today's ceremony. Was that a good move? There was a personal mistake on his part. But everybody gets to make those decisions and the first time in 100 and 52 years president that could be here for the inauguration wasn't here. Missouri Republican Senator Roy Blunt a rally today on Wall Street on this inauguration day stocks closing a record highs. You're listening to ABC News. California's capital city. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm John Byrne Iz A 302 with your top local stories. A Sacramento man with ties to the Republican Party faces federal charges over his role in the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Jorge Aaron Riley is being held in the Sacramento County main jail after his arrest on Tuesday. He's being charged with obstruction, disorderly conduct and unlawfully entering Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the January 6. The riot in Washington, D. C. 41 year old was president and corresponding secretary of the Sacramento chapter of the California Republican Assembly. Riley was asked to resign from the GOP grassroots organization last week, and law enforcement is on high alert that state capitals around the nation for possible protest Today. In the noon hour Wednesday about 40 members of a group identifying themselves as Sacramento Antifa made a brief appearance at the California Capitol, chanting and banging on the temporary fencing, which now surrounds the grounds..
"john ausaf" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm Tina Gal. Here's what's happening. History made in Washington. Joe Biden sworn in as the 46, president of the United States, and he has signed the first executive orders. Let's find out more from ABC News right now, let's go live. President Joe Biden the past hour so following through on campaign promises working in the White House, signing some executive orders one creating his masking mandate on federal properties, another addressing underserved communities to create a standard of equality. And signing an action to rejoin the Paris climate accord as up right now, the new Senate majority leader, Democrat Chuck Schumer, mentioning that issue and make no mistake. Senate will forcefully consistently and urgently address the greatest threat to this country and to our planet climate change. Three new Democratic senators have sworn in by Vice President Kamila Harris, George's John Ausaf and Raphael Warnock. And California's Alex Padilla. Her replacement, president, Biden says President Trump did write him a letter he describes. It is very generous, but won't say any more until he's spoken with Mr Trump. With continuing coverage. The inauguration of Joe Biden, Chuck's Iverson, ABC News and you are listening to WBC news radio 10 30 in Boston. Wanna check it now? WBC's Karen Regal monitoring how things are going in downtown Boston, Karen mostly smoothly, I would say there's been a Small figure that a little out of breath I've been running after protesters around the common in public garden. There was a small incident until now, let's put it this way. I haven't seen Boston Police intervene with anything but you do have some leftist demonstrators. Who are yelling obscenities about Donald Trump and about Joe Biden, saying they're not happy with either they were making their way down Charles Street blocking.
Pence defies Trump, affirms Biden's win
"In politics in America. Joe Biden has his electoral college victory affirmed by Congress. With the count announced by vice president Pence. The votes for president of the United States are as follows. Joseph R. Biden Jr of the State of Delaware has received 306 votes. Donald J. Trump of the State of Florida has received 232 votes. Democrats Raphael Warnock and John Ausaf win both Senate runoff elections in Georgia, Georgia. I'm honored by the faith that you've shown in me it is with humility that I thank the people of Georgia for electing me to serve you in the United States Senate Thank you for the confidence and trust that you have placed in me. These Democrats will now control the Senate House and White House when President elect Biden takes office in 12 days. It's what happened
"john ausaf" Discussed on WSB-AM
"First black senator and the country's youngest center will be representing us in Congress. Marcie that's right. Despite the chaos going out of the capital election workers around Georgia we're tabulating the votes from our runoff elections. Fight later in the day, the secretary of state's office projecting that John Ausaf defeats David Perdue by nearly 30,000 votes. In his victory statement, Asaf acknowledges he wasn't everyone's choice. But I will serve all the people of the state. I will give everything I've got to ensuring that Georgia's interests are represented in the U. S. Senate. Ausaf says he plans to focus on health care and economic development for Georgians. He'll join Reverend Raphael Warnock, who defeated Kelly Leffler by more than 73,000 votes in representing our state reporting live Michelle right? 95.5 WSB some Georgians treated this week's Georgia Senate run offs is more than just a straight party line vote. Reporter JD Kappa Ludo with the Atlanta Journal Constitution found a split ticket Atlanta voters who voted for Democrat Raphael Warnock, but not Democrat Jon Ossoff's. He said that Kelly Lefler is basically didn't like how she was so loyal to Trump and didn't like that Her campaign wasn't so issue based He said. You know, she didn't tell us what she's actually going to do. The man contains all soft did not show a list of achievements that would earn his vote since his failed 2017 house run. You seem kind of like pain, even explaining it seemed like a really tough choice in Atlanta, Veronica Waters, 95.5 WSB. Gorgeous pandemic death toll has now surpassed 10,000 with more than 600 patients currently in the hospital. The Atlanta based CDC now estimates more than 400,000 covert related deaths across the U. S. By the end of the month. Hospitalizations top 100,000 for the 36th straight day and the post holidays numbers are expected to keep going ever higher. The reporter Tim McGuire, says the federal government's looking to spur covert vaccinations, Health and human services Secretary Alex Cesar is calling on states to speed up the process of distributing coronavirus backs. Means a czar was responding to reports the distribution process was too slow Start hope to have 2 20 million Americans vaccinated before the new year, but less than five billion had received the shot by Wednesday. George is among the state's working on plans for mass vaccination sites of the details are still being worked out. The NFL is urging teams to open up stadiums to host mass vaccinations. So far, only New England has announced concrete plans to do so. WSB news time. 6 42 Governor Camping George.
"john ausaf" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Well, that's exactly what John Ausaf is going to do. It's what I would do as well. But we don't know if there's a victory there. Were there any shenanigans as one could expect. Well, we heard a couple places like in Savannah. They said. All right, we're done for tonight. We'll come back in count tomorrow. Who does this? You count until you're done. Tell people to get themselves a power bar in a red bull and keep on counting. We'll see where this goes, It is possible produced and pull it out. It is possible. The Democrats will have control And that is not a fun situation, Kids. Not at all, nor in any way that is not what any of us are going for any of us want to any of us desire. No, I shouldn't say any of us. I don't want it. I assume you don't want it. But there could be. Somebody is like this is everything I wanted. You know, In some ways, I want those people who voted on emotion and did not vote on intellect to get exactly what they voted for. Progressive country or progressive leadership. That is so beyond oppressive in all their woke nous that they don't want you to use the terms, aunt or uncle. By the way. This is part of the new house rules. The new House rules state that you have to be genderless. You can't say answer uncle, its parents, sibling. You can't say niece or nephew. Its siblings, child. I can't make this up. This is as Orwellian and twisted and diseased as anything else out there. And this all stems from the idea that you're not allowed to miss gender somebody or you have to use proper pronouns. No. Buy youse a pro down. He told me to use something else. I'm still going to use the pronouns I want And if you call me a name, I don't care. I'm not angry with you. You've chosen how to live your life. I don't judge. I will not be told what language to use. Nor does it make you guilty of anything, nor does it lead to anybody. Suicide. It just doesn't which is an argument you often here and as for the House rules, well, they should be completely disregarded. By the Republican Party every step of the way it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter what Nancy Pelosi says. It doesn't matter at all. Rather what matters is a recognition that these people out of their heads and there are a lot of people out there. They just couldn't bring themselves to vote for Donald Trump always such just such a terrible man. Okay, This is what you get. This is what you get. You voted for Biden. You keep Speaker Pelosi, a speaker. You decided to take the two Georgia races and give them to Democrats. This is what you get. You get the lyre Kamila Harris deciding votes in the Senate. By the way, there is a push. A push to get Joe Mansion, either flip parties or to caucus with the Republicans, just becoming independent caucus with Republicans have the power Have the power just put the Senate control in the hands of Mitch McConnell and out of the hands of Chuck Schumer. And if you're Joe Manchin It's an interesting position. I'm not saying he's going to do it. Although you have heard me say on the show at what moment doesn't just say Okay, I'm a Republican. This is crazy already. You should be there. Joe. It's West Virginia. The governor of West Virginia was a Republican, then became a Democrat, then was now a Republican. They're used to it. Nobody has better name I d in any state, then Joe Manchin has in West Virginia No. One in the country. He could get away with it. He decided to be an independent and caucus, with the Republicans making Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader. He could get things done. He could actually get votes going. Oh power position. So, you know. Why not? Why not give that a go? But that could be just nothing more than a whole bunch of wishful thinking. What kind of see how that plays out now the president Speaking at the Save America March, right people gathering in Washington D C because they're going toe Save America. Now, Eric Trump and large Trump spoke. Don Jr spoke. So so we have some of Don Jr The problem is, Were you able to edit that produce? Sorry. You know, I was able to edit it. Come on. He started person. So what do you What? What? What? Why don Jr what's in stuff? Did I get that You're upset, but don't don't ruin it. For people who want to share your words to have a little bit of Don Jr We share that. You ended up what city.
"john ausaf" Discussed on WTOP
"Temperatures are rising into low to mid forties, but windchills keeping that feel like factor in the thirties. They had a little breezy northwest wind that win won't be with us tomorrow We'll have sunshine Tomorrow. Temperatures low to mid forties Beautiful day for Thursday Friday cloudy temperatures right around 40 degrees. That storm system gonna pass to the south of us. So we just have clowns on Friday this weekend. The gorgeous seasonable temperatures low forties with plenty of sun. I'm storm team for meteorologists, foreign records. What we're going to see a little more sunshine, but still lot of cloud cover in Northwest 38 degrees right now in Washington wt opiate 1 11 the votes from yesterday's runoff election still being counted in Georgia this afternoon, But it appears likely that the Democratic Party will soon hold a majority in the U. S. Senate Raphael Warnock, defeating incumbent Senator Republican Kelly La Flor And Democrat Jon Ossoff's currently holding a narrow lead over incumbent Republican Senator David Perdue. Joining us live Now as we dig a little deeper is tomorrow. Hallerman she's a senior reporter for The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Tomorrow. Great to have you here on w T o P. How much of the vote has yet to be counted? And where are those votes coming from Last I checked about 98% of precincts have reported their results, And a lot of the outstanding votes are being counted in heavily Democratic counties across metro Atlanta. There are still some smaller, more conservative leaning counties that that have some votes coming in. But for the most part, we're expecting a lot of these outstanding ballots to come in for Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff's This is really an extraordinary runoff election. I don't think anyone could have envisioned this outcome months ago. What were some of the factors that led to what appears to be a sweep for Democrats coming out of Georgia? Ah, couple of things. First of all, overwhelming black turnout, especially in a lot of the suburbs ringing Atlanta that have been changing incredibly fast, demographically over the last 10 to 20 years. Typically, Democrats have really struggled to get their base to turn out in in runoff elections. But I think the stakes of this race knowing that Joe Biden, it might not have a friendly Senate to work with. Uh, you know, talk about whether Trump will be able to uphold his legacy. I think a lot of that pushed Democrats to come out on the flip side. I think President Trump's claims about rigged elections really hurt his bases of support in ex, urban and rural parts of the state and also potentially among kind of more educated, wealthy Republican voters in the state suburbs who might have really been turned off by his rhetoric and his phone call with Secretary of State Brad Rapids Burger. Okay? There's a lot of talk tomorrow about Stacey Abrams. How much of a player is she? The voting rights activist and lawmaker? How much of a player was? Was she a factor in this election cycle? Absolutely. Her impact on this race cannot be over. Stated she handpicked Raphael were ah, Warnock for this seat, especially after she passed on the chance Tonto to run for the seat last year, and she really laid the groundwork for for these Democrats in this race. Not only did she established organizations to help register Voters of color and other Democrats who tend to not vote as much and to mobilize them. But she also provided a blueprint in her 2018 run for governor. She proved that you could run as an unabashed and progressive in Georgia and come close to winning for so many years. Democrats would would nominate these kind of centrist white guys who never really got past about 45 46% of the vote. Stacey Abrams came close in 2018. And this year Raphael Warnock and potentially Jonah's off Our Anything that you can win with that blueprint. So again, when do you think we will have more definitive numbers on the second runoff race? It looks like it could be very soon. We've been hearing rumors that that's a major news outlets may be calling the race for John Ausaf in the next couple of hours at the same time, depending on how close it is, especially if it stays under that that 0.5% point which entitles David Perdue to an automatic recount that could stretch this race going on even further as we talk about kind of absentee ballots, military overseas provisional ballots that need to be cured with voters that could drag into Thursday or Friday if it continues To be close tomorrow. Thank you so much. We appreciate you meeting with us any time tomorrow. Holloman is a senior reporter for The Atlanta Journal Constitution..
"john ausaf" Discussed on AP News
"This'll is AP News. I'm Rita fall away. Democrat Raphael Warnock has won one of George's to Senate runoff races. The others too close to call at the moment at stake, which party controls the U. S. Senate. We'll start with Rafael War Knocks Win and our Julie Walker Reverend Warnock becomes the first black senator and Georgia's history and puts the Senate majority within the Democratic Party's reach. Improbable journey that led me to this place in this historic moment in America. Could only happen here. We were told that we couldn't win this election. But Leffler tells supporters this is a game of inches and she's going to win. We're going to make sure every vote is counted every that's right. John Ausaf wins the other runoff. Democrats flipped control of the Senate. If David Perdue wins the Republicans keep it. I'm Julie Walker. Today's the day. Congress confirms President elect Biden's November presidential victory. President Trump isn't backing down. On Monday, a defiant president continued, insisting Democrats stole the election. They're not taking this White House We're gonna fight like hell he's beat to push allies to do overturning the results is unlike anything seen in modern times. A joint session of Congress meets every four years to count the votes already certified by states. And what's considered a formality. This time, several Republicans say they will object, amplifying the president's unfounded claims of voter fraud, which elections officials and judges in state after state have rejected. Vice president elect Kamila Harris says it's clear she and by then one we're going to be inaugurated period. SOCCER Megane Washington, California's now ordering hospitals that have room to accept patients from other hospitals that are out of ICU beds. Because of the Corona virus, patients from Northern California could have to go to Southern California. This is AP News A new report says more members of Congress identify broadly as Protestant. The AP is Walter Ratliff as this story members of Congress who identifies Protestant or Christian have more than doubled since the 2008 election, according to the nonpartisan Pew Research Center. The report found that 96 members of the incoming legislative class describe themselves as Protestant without naming a denomination that 16 more than the previous Congress about 26% of the U. S population identifies as religiously unaffiliated, but only one member of Congress identified that way. An estimated 88% of lawmakers identify his Christian compared with 65% of the general public. I'm Walter Ratliff, a state lawmaker in Massachusetts wants the public's help in selecting an official state dinosaur. Jack Lewis wants them to choose from one of two Dino's species discovered in Massachusetts state lawmaker Jack Lewis there I'm Rita Foley. AP News Even as Congress gets ready to confirm his electoral college, lost Joe Biden President Trump is not backing down. On Monday, a defiant president continued, insisting Democrats stole the election. They're not taking this White House We're gonna fight like hell. He's being too pushy allies to do. Overturning the results is unlike anything seen in modern times. Joint session of Congress meets every four years to count the votes already certified by states in what's considered a formality. This time, several Republicans say they will object, amplifying the president's unfounded claims of voter fraud, which elections officials and judges in state after state have rejected. Vice president elect Kamila Harris says it's clear she and Biden won. We're going to be inaugurated period. SOCCER Megane Washington. This'll.
"john ausaf" Discussed on AP News
"Still not finalized. This is history unfolding in Georgia Senate candidate Democrat John US off Tuesday hopeful he and Reverend Raphael worn off could flip the Georgia Senate seats from Republican to Democrat giving President elect Joe Biden a same party. CONGRESS. Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling says it could go either way large Blue sections around the cities and lots and lots of little red sections in the rest of the state at a GOP rally, the state Party chairman says Normally, the results would have been in Tuesday night. You wait for the valets too. Be counted. But I will tell you this that other than the good Lord above we are trusting No. One. President Trump urged Republicans to make sure to vote for incumbents Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. I'm Jackie Quinn. This is history unfolding in Georgia Senate candidate Democrat John Ausaf Tuesday hopeful he and Reverend Raphael worn off could flip the Georgia Senate seats from Republican to Democrat giving President elect Joe Biden a same party. CONGRESS Georgia election. Official Gabriel Sterling says it could go either way large blue sections around the cities and lots and lots of little red sections and the rest of the state at a GOP rally, the state Party chairman says Normally, the results would have been in Tuesday night. You wait for the balance, too. Be counted. But I will tell you this that other than the good Lord above we are trusting No. One. President Trump urged Republicans to make sure to vote for incumbents Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. I'm Jackie Quinn. I Mike Rossi, a reporting supporters of President Donald Trump gather in the nation's capital to protest the election outcome. Trap what Hundreds.
"john ausaf" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"City of Fort Worth will be under new leadership following this maze municipal election. Longtime Mayor Betsy Price says she won't seek a six term but is thankful for the love and support She's received over the last 10 years. I'm proud of what we've accomplished together. I still have that Energizer bunny energy and passion. I've always been involved in public service. And I'm not going away that easily prices. She's leaving her post to spend more time with their family. North Texas counties they're trying to keep up with demand is covert vaccination state wider open a category one B, which includes vulnerable populations and anyone older than 65 medical director Phil Wong says Dallas County is wrapping up vaccinations for category one day before could begin on one be so as we are opening up, we want to get some vaccine. One b that we can the women it amounts, but it's still very limited. Collin County officials say all available doses have already been administered in the county is waiting for another shipment. In the U. S. Senate runoff race in Georgia and the challenges for now keeping a lead and one of the U. S Senate seats. Incumbent Senator Kelly Lefler is now down by 35,000 votes. With 90% of precincts PORT precincts reporting In the meantime. Even per do the incumbent for Georgia in the U. S. Senate has just a 2000 points or 2000 vote lead that is over John Ausaf. 87th sexist legislative session begins next week and lawmakers air solidifying covert 19 protocols lot of legislation that we're gonna be working on. This is gonna be a historical session for redistricting and picking any speaker. You know the budget's gonna be challenging and so those face to face meetings air gonna be really important and we'll also be able to do meetings. Virtually the State Preservation board has officially reopen the capital with safety measures in place. Right now I DFW airport. It is down to 56 degrees from the W B A P News desk. I'm John Scattered and ex updated 11 30 24 7 Coverage available at W B A. P..
"john ausaf" Discussed on WDRC
"W Packed with Lars Larson. Joe, it's a tune denied 2021. We're watching the results roll in from the great state of Georgia, where they had a fraudulent election on November 3rd in a lot of us hoped, Well, let's hope we don't have the same kind of problems on January, the fifth as we decide who controls the United States, Senate, R. Kelly Leffler and David Perdue Gonna win or John Ausaf and Raphael Warnock. Are they going to win? The fact is, if the Democrats get those seats, can you imagine the background? We've talked about the background of Raphael Warnock well or not before he is an absolutely execrable human being. He has said some terrible things. And of course, if the Democrats control things in the Senate, it's not going to be good for the United States of America, but I want to point something out. Joe Biden made a promise to Georgia voters in the last 24 hours that I think is actually illegal, and I hope that somebody files a Federal Election Commission complaint, Joe Biden told Georgia voters that the $2000 stimulus checks will never come. If the Republicans when the Senate run offs now you could say, Well, that's just political talk. Fact is. Joe Biden said that Americans would immediately receive $2000 in Corona virus relief If the Georgia State of Georgia votes for both Democrats in the U. S Senate run offs, he told Georgians those checks will never get there if David Perdue and Kelly Leffler were to win the race, So in other words, Joe Biden is offered you 2000 bucks to vote the way he wants you to vote. That in most states, it's illegal to offer somebody something of value anything of value and especially to offer cash if you vote the right way, But apparently those kinds of restrictions don't apply to somebody like Joe Biden. And any case. Glad to get your calls at 866 a Lars. That's 8664395277 emails Go to talk. Lars Larson dot com. Let's go to Nevada where Doug is on the line. Doug, Welcome to the program. What's on your mind tonight? Well, I'm wondering something in Georgia. They don't send ballots to P o box. Now in Lyon County, where I'm from other than a ranch. It's the only way we won't have mail service now doesn't that somewhat would disenfranchise? Rural areas, which were mainly conservative. Probably probably would, it probably would, and you need to have a physical address where you're going to receive your ballot. See, this is the reason Doug that I have always been against vote by mail. I happen to live in a state today that his vote by mail I lived in a different state 10 years or 15 years ago that had vote by mail vote by mail of giant is a gigantic disaster. And and one of the disasters. You've just outlined that if you say Well, we can't cut people out of voting if they don't have a home or if you know, and I'm taking the most extreme example. Somebody living under a bridge, they say, should still be able to vote. Well it once you open that door, and you say, Well, then we can have people who who's only address is the local you know, shelter for homeless people. Well, that means that you can you can create all kinds of phony votes and just have ballad show up by the dozens or by the hundreds at places that have no physical, no legal connection. The person who lives who lives there. You can just say yes, I live in the local shelter. Really? S O. You create a bunch of phony voter registrations, which the Democrats have been doing for a good long time. It's one of the problems that you run into with absentee ballots will vote by mail ballots with all those ballots, so Is a disenfranchising. I'm sure Doug did. Somebody could have argued before vote by mail. An absentee ballots that requiring you to get your pickup truck and drive from your farm or ranch all the way into a polling place. Somewhere that might be miles distant, would also be a disenfranchisement. But I'll bet you managed to find your way past it, didn't you? Well, yeah, the places undue hardship on voter their lives on a ranch or or what have you? They're saying Would you think about it? How would you go about fixing it? Uh, how would you go about fixing it? Yeah. You're saying, for instance, for instance, that you haven't sent it here, people box. You know what the problem is? The problem is Doug. Anybody can get a P O box in anybody's name. And what happens when all those p o boxes is stuffed with 20 ballots? Who are all said to use that same P o box because you've opened a door? You have protected the person who has to use a P O box because the legitimate reason you bring up which is you live on a ranch way out of town. And you don't even have rural mail service. So you have to go into town and go to your P O box. What do you do when people begin to gimmick the system by opening up a P O box, and then it registered 20 or 30 people to that same P o box and doubled their somebody to prove that those aren't legitimate voters. Because you've opened the door for fraud and cheating. Well, then you think it's okay to place an undue hardship on those words, But I think it's an undue hardship Doug any more than I think it was an undue hardship back in the days of pull voting, only which America did for for decades. To say, Doug, you're gonna have to get in your car and plan your next trip to town. I'm sure you go.
"john ausaf" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I like to kind of clear that up because some people have a different perspective because of my never trump isn't but I like to think I'm again fiscally conservative, socially liberal. Somebody who represents where the country is going, not where it's been. Um, a little breaking news. I just want to get to you. Just a couple moments ago, Rudy tweeted that President Trump is gonna be joining him for a speech there down in D C. It's going to be at the Ellipse at 11 a.m. s. Oh, I'm sure that's gonna be covered all over the place tomorrow and I look forward to hearing from you guys this hour at 808 for eight. W A B C 808 for 89222. So we're obviously watching what's going on What's going down in Georgia? We do not know the results, obviously, at this point, but we do know it is definitely one for the history books. Not only is it one of the most expensive state races, I think it might be the most expensive state race that we've ever seen. But it's also a massive number of early voters came out three million. Right now. I'm looking at a couple of the different networks, and they seem to have a few different numbers, but we're looking at about 63% of the precincts reporting that's pretty good for right now, Um John Ausaf on the Democratic side is leading. Wow, I'm looking at Fox News Right now. He's tied with David Perdue, the Republican senator. Um, that is on Fox News. Now I'm looking over at, uh, Let's see, I'm looking over at CNN. It's got Jonah stuff by 50.3. And he's just leading by a little bit. So obviously it's too close to call at this point. If Ausaf wins, he's gonna be the youngest senator in history, so that's pretty interesting to also in the special Senate election. Democrat Raphael Warnock. Is leading 50.3% over Kelly Leffler, Um so she is trailing by a bit. So here's how it's gonna break down if you are following this, you know that if both Democrats win tonight, They get 50 seats with Kamila Harris breaking a 50 50 ties, So we all know where that's going to go. However, if either of the publicans when they're going to keep the Senate we're going to delve into the details of the Georgia situation in just a minute. But first I want to hit up what's trending tonight around the world. Let's start down in D. C. Thousands of campers Trumpers are camping out, actually. They're protesting the election. Like I said, there's going to be a big event tomorrow of Rudy Giuliani will be there and the president will speak there the mood as I see the different networks covering it, it looks fairly jubilant right now. Massive trump turnout, But there are rumblings and rumors already vice president. Pence apparently was not swayed. He went to lunch today with President Trump, and he wasn't swayed. By the president. And I'm sure the president if you heard the call down to the secretary of state in Georgia, he this quite persuasive At times. It sounds, though, according to ABC is Jonathan Karl. That Pence will defy Trump. Those are Karl's words and announced tomorrow during the joint session of Congress that Biden won the Electoral college and that Officially he has won the presidency. But you know, obviously, things can change. I know that there's some other reports. Maggie Haberman from The New York Times says that Biden are rather Pence told the president that he was going to See how things evolve over the night and see what happens before that one o'clock event. So in the meantime, another event happened down in D. C. The leader of that all right group. The problem. Oise will not be hanging with this fellow Fred Perry polo wearing comrades down there. Just a few hours ago, A judge banned the guy from D C. Like Not you're not. You know, you can't show up to a protest like you cannot come inside the city limits. Hey, got a little trouble in a little trouble. If you heard recently with the law a few weeks ago, when he grabbed during protests, he grabbed a Black lives matter. Banner off a church. It's the church's property. He destroyed the banner. And, of course, all hell broke. Listen. You know what happened after that? So this proud boys leader not allowed into D? C. I wonder how they're gonna keep him out. Um Let's go to Virginia. Now. Holly's bunch of hooey. This is the Missouri senator. And, Well, first of all, you know that he caused a ruckus. You probably remember this. Just I don't know, Six or so days ago when he was the first in the Senate to announce that he wouldn't accept. The electoral college results, All right, so that pistol lot of people off it. It made a lot of people very happy. So last night, he sends out a tweet, and he claimed that while he was up in Missouri And his family. His wife and his his baby are down there in Virginia, one of the suburbs there. They were set upon quote at their home by Antifa scumbags, and he says they threatened his wife and baby. They vandalized his house. And even tried to break the door down, which is horrible. I mean horrific, but apparently it's also not quite true. According to the police there in Vienna, Virginia, Lovely little town. I actually went to high school. I was in McLean, Virginia, according to the police, though the protesters were peaceful. There were no issues. There were no arrests on according this is actually a quote from the police boss. They call him the master, which is that'll be changing soon. I'm sure he says We didn't think it was that big of a deal. I mean, that again is a quote from the top cop. Gotta veer off for just a second here. So the senator is either lying or perhaps his wife was freaked out..
"john ausaf" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I'm Ham Puso Fox news, and it will be determined on Tuesday by two runoff races. So much is at stake. It couldn't be higher stakes with control of the Senate. Hanging in the balance as well is really the future of Biden administration agenda because if they do in the Senate Democrats, it is then Biden would have a super majority and this comes as Already more than three million Georgians have early voted that roughly 60% of the total state electorate faxes with Jenkins Senator David Perdue is running against Democrat John Ausaf. Democrat Raphael Warnock is trying to unseat Senator Kelly Leffler. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to win back the gavel when a new session of Congress begins today. Much of the ceremony in crowds of an opening day of Congress will be absent this morning is lawmakers continue to follow pandemic protocols? Incoming freshmen are allowed Just one guest to watch swearing is in. Lawmakers were also tested for the coronavirus ahead of today. Some lawmakers are expected not to be here do the quarantine recommendations. Fox is Jared Halpern. At least 12. Senate Republicans will challenge the results of the presidential election this week. On Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence will preside over a joint congressional session that the Constitution mandates. Where Congress officially tallies the results of the electoral college that the individual states have certified and sent to Washington. Foxes, which eggs in the group wants an audit of the results in disputed states an outpouring of anger in Iraq as tens of thousands of people packed into Baghdad's central square to mark one year since the U. S drone strike. It took out Iran's top general Qasem Solo Mani. Iran has vowed revenge for the attack. America's listening to Fox News From the Fox News Podcasts Network download and listen to everyone. Talk still is my guest today quit after the 10th of the business he had started, he would have missed out on becoming Silicon Alley's first billionaire. What kept him going, I'm going to ask John or injury right now, each failure the words it took a lot of learning to get success. The interesting part. I didn't think sure your stock was actually going to be the one.
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"This is a O. G O and K m y I HD to San Diego's live local braking control of the U. S. Senate is on the ballot in Georgia. I'm Ham Puso Fox news, and it will be determined on Tuesday by two runoff races. So much is at stake. It couldn't be higher stakes. With control of the Senate. Hanging in the balance as well is really the future of Biden administration agenda because if they do in the Senate Democrats, it is then Biden would have a super majority and this comes as already more than three million Georgians have early voted that roughly 60% of the total state electorate. Taxes. With Jenkins Senator David Perdue is running against Democrat John Ausaf. Democrat Raphael Warnock is trying to unseat Senator Kelly Leffler. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to win back the gavel when a new session of Congress begins today. Much of the ceremony in crowds of an opening day of Congress will be absent this morning is lawmakers continue to follow pandemic protocols? Incoming freshmen are allowed Just one guest to watch swearing is in. Lawmakers were also tested for the coronavirus ahead of today. Some lawmakers are expected not to be here to the quarantine recommendations. Fox's Jarod help earn at least 12. Senate Republicans will challenge the results of the presidential election this week. On Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence will preside over a joint congressional session that the Constitution mandates. Where Congress officially tallies the results of the electoral college that the individual states have certified and sent to Washington. Fox says which eggs in the group wants an audit of the results in disputed states an outpouring of anger in Iraq as tens of thousands of people packed into Baghdad Central Square to mark one year since the U. S drone strike that took out Iran's top general Qasem Solo Mani. Iran has vowed revenge for the attack. America's listening to Fox News..
"john ausaf" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Control of the U. S. Senate is on the ballot in Georgia. I'm Ham Puso Fox news, and it will be determined on Tuesday by two runoff races. So much is at stake. It couldn't be higher stakes with control The Senate hanging in the balance as well is really the future of Biden administration agenda, because if they do in the Senate Democrats, it is then Biden would have a super majority in this comes as already more than three million Georgians have early voted. That's roughly 60% of the total state electorate. Fox is with Jenkins Senator David Perdue is running against Democrat John Ausaf. Democrat Raphael Warnock is trying to unseat Senator Kelly Leffler. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to win back the gavel when a new session of Congress begins today. Much of the ceremony in crowds of an opening day of Congress will be absent this morning is lawmakers continue to follow pandemic protocols? Incoming freshmen are allowed just one Guests to watch swearing is in. Lawmakers were also tested for the coronavirus ahead of today. Some lawmakers are expected not to be here to the quarantine recommendations. Faxes Jarod help earn at least 12. Senate Republicans will challenge the results of the presidential election this week. On Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence will preside over a joint congressional session that the Constitution mandates where Congress officially tallies the results of the electoral college that the individual states have certified and sento. Washington. Fox says rich eggs in the group wants an artist of the results in disputed states an outpouring of anger in Iraq as tens of thousands of people packed into Baghdad Central Square to mark one year since the U. S drone strike that took out Iran's top general Qasem Soleimani. Iran has vowed revenge for the attack. America's listening to Fox News From the Bucks, News Podcasts Network download and listen to everyone Talks to Liz had my guest today quit after the 10th business he had started, he would have missed out on becoming Silicon Alley's first billionaire. What kept him going? I'm gonna ask you an orange mint right now. Each failure we learn from it took a lot of learning to get success. The interesting part. I didn't think sure cycles actually going to be the one.
Senator David Perdue to quarantine after COVID-19 exposure as Georgia runoff election nears
"David Perdue of Georgia has gone into quarantine after close exposure to someone infected with covert 19. Do is engaged in a tough runoff race. The quarantine takes him off the campaign trail just days before the election from member station W. A. B in Atlanta. Lily Oppenheimer reports. The Purdue campaign says the senator and his wife both tested negative for the virus Thursday. Even so, per do his wife and his campaign team say they'll follow CDC guidelines. A senator who faces Democratic challenger John Ausaf in Tuesday's election runoff plan to attend a rally with President Trump this weekend in Georgia. Trump will be there in an effort to boost Republican turnout for what is expected to be a very tight contest. The outcome of two U. S Senate run offs and Georgia will determine which party controls the Senate in the next Congress for NPR News. I'm the Lee Oppenheimer in Atlanta in
Senator David Perdue to quarantine after COVID-19 exposure as Georgia runoff election nears
"Republican David Perdue of Georgia who's engaged in a tough runoff election to go back to the U. S. Senate has gone into quarantine after close exposure to someone infected with covert 19 from member station W. A. B in Atlanta, Lily Oppenheimer reports. The Purdue campaign says the senator and his wife both tested negative for the virus Thursday. Even so, per do his wife and his campaign team say they'll follow CDC guidelines. The senator who faces Democratic challenger John Ausaf in Tuesday's election runoff plan to attend a rally with President Trump this weekend in Georgia. Trump will be there in an effort to boost Republican turnout for what is expected to be a very tight contest. The outcome of two U. S Senate run offs and Georgia will determine which party controls the Senate in the next Congress.
Democratic strategist on Georgia Senate races
"We're less than a week away from the two crucial Senate run offs in Georgia that will decide which party will control the U. S. Senate Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly left lower will face off against Democrats John Ausaf. And Raphael Warnock, CBS contributor Joel Democrats feel optimistic, but I think they're also realistic. Listen in a runoff election that's not on Election day. That's in a state like Georgia, which is yes, it's trending purple. But as someone on the ground told me, it's a red shade of purple. I think Democrats don't understand. It's really a long
Biden travels to Atlanta for Senate runoff rally
"To elect Democrats in the states to Senate runoff elections in January in this state Want to get something done not to senators, or just going to get in the way. Mr Biden at a rally today in Atlanta for Democrats John Ausaf and the Reverend Raphael Warnock, the president elect expected to name former 2020 rival and South Bend Mayor Pete Buddha judge to head the Department of Transportation. Health care workers and more states
Runoff elections in Georgia could determine balance of the Senate
"Of House and Senate races have get to be called, and the balance of power in the Senate may not be determined until next year. Both Georgia Senate races are headed towards a runoff Republican Senator David Perdue under the 50% mark. Georgia law. That means he's gonna have to have a runoff against his 33 year old Democratic opponent, John Ausaf, who is campaigning on a platform of change. Here's Ausaf Enough incompetence. Corruption division produced campaign released the following statement. Jon Ossoff's does two things well burned through out of state liberal money and lose elections. Fox, says Steve Harrigan, the other race pit Senate Republican Kelly Leffler against Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock, off the coast of Georgia. A huge salvage operation is underway