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"josh lally" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"josh lally" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Delaware area for agents who must accompany Biden when he returns to his home state, Cobra Cobra Cobra Cobra is got a swimming pool. There too is often found walking around naked. Because he does that sort of thing Biden's press office had no immediate comment. Now. Now, this is true that he would take Marine One, and it's a great helicopter classic old h three helicopter, customized and flies than than the seven fifty seven to Delaware. And then he spends a day, and then he comes back to Andrews. And I know that they're instances where Biden was going up there, but his wife, Dr Jill Biden had lunch or something and she was lagging behind so they'd fly by up there in the seventy. Fifty seven then they'd fly the seven fifty seven back Andrews to pick up Jill Biden to bring her back to Delaware. So, you know, round trips in the seven fifty seven it's good to be vice president, and what's funny about this. And as read as Ron Kessler points out that all of this was revealed shortly after President Obama put Joe Biden and charge of a campaign to cut government waste. He was the waste czar. And he said in an Email. Hey, told us supporters. There's a new sheriff in town is said particularly at a time when we're facing tough decisions about reducing our deficit. It's a no brainer to stop spending taxpayer dollars on things that benefit nobody. Well, he's not nobody see see how that works. So the fifty seven go back and forth back and for him for to golf and his wife Jill to come. So she can stay for lunch, and the helicopters and the million dollars and all of this stuff. And and it's no problem while he's the guy in charge of government, which this is the left. This is like Venezuela. Honestly, it's this is this is the democrat party. Oh now, let's get to. Let's get to the hearing. Because the hearing is fun. There's fun stuff. Actually, let me do. Let me do another thing. I let me go to Senator. Josh holy make because I liked what Senator Josh Holly had to say yesterday. And it's kind of important that sound bite number nine. It is it is important because the Trump campaign with spied on now James Comey prefers to call. It electric surveillance, which is of course, synonymous with spying or electric spying. If you prefer Brian Williams is a stickler for details. Like this except when it comes to him and his experiences in the real world as a reporter Senator Josh hall is a Republican Senator from the state of Missouri. I lived in. I lived in Kansas City, Missouri, wonderful city filled with wonderful people Senator Josh Lally last night had a question and he'd like to get an. Answer to it. And he's in the hearing today. So I expect we're going to hear from him. Senator Josh Holly. Hey, what's the all you guys spying on the opposing parties presidential campaign when you sure that he was gonna lose Hillary was gonna win. What what I wanna know is what led to the president of.

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"josh lally" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

12:42 min | 2 years ago

"josh lally" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The beltway. When Josh Holly one the United States Senate seat in Missouri. He is from the show me state. It was like the Browns draft and Baker Mayfield the talent pool on the Republican side just got deep and so he'll make some mistakes. But this Stanford grad Yale Law, grad, former Mike McConnell clerk who along with the two best former judges in America and Lockhart. The chief Justice Roberts went on the judiciary committee and just upped the ante internal he and Ted Cruz sit back there, and they cite each other. They blue book each other, Josh Lally. Senator welcome great to have you on the program. Thanks so much for having me great to be with you. I hadn't fund yet. Yes. I am. Yes. I am. There's a tremendous amount of work to do. And I'm excited. Okay. I wanna talk judges with you. Thirty seven court of appeals judges Fifty-three district court judges, but the Democrats are playing slow ball. Sung man, Kim reported yesterday that next week you're gonna use the Reid rule, the Republican majority led by Mitch McConnell is gonna use the Reid rule to change the rules on the amount of time of debate for nominees. Div support that yellow do one hundred percent of the Democrats have used this process to know at you. They're forcing thirty hours of debate. You know, what the Senate means by debate is just an empty floor. When you go to the floor of the Senate. Where's the debate? I'm sitting there thirty hours forever Dominy judges now every nominee the president has made it still doesn't have most of our many of the spots in his executive agency still why because the Democrats have been stalling stonewalling filibustering every single dominate. We've gotta change that. Now, we also focusing on judges that we've confirmed thirty-seven we meaning the force of right truth and the American way of confirm two supreme court justices thirty-seven appeals court judge. Fifty-three district court judges is that enough? Well, no, there's lots more to do. There's over a hundred affect I think one hundred fifty vacancy to still on the courts of appeals of the federal district courts. And this is just a generational turning point for the judiciary. Lots and lots of judges or retiring because of their age would just one of those tipping points huge opportunity, and a huge responsibility. We get pro-constitution rule of law judges on the court, and this is one of the most important things that we can do in the next two years. Now, there are five appeals court judges, Mr. Mr. park for the second circuit, Mr. brass Mr Collins, Mr Lee from the ninth circuit, I need those nights, circuit justices, Senator Holly. When are they going to come up for a vote? I hope I hope soon as possible. I mean, I hope the judiciary committee will continue to move does is through the very brisk pace, and there are other ninth circuit nominees, Hugh. You know, who not yet been brought up for a hearing, even in the judiciary committee. And I'm hopeful that we can get those two adhering very very. The ninth circuit is faster. A minute has been a disaster for years and years and years we have an opportunity now to get some good constitutionalist judges on that circuit, and we need to put the pedal to the metal and make every effort that we can they're also judges for the court of claims and the US tax court in the US court of appeals for veterans claims and the United States court of military commission review. I mean, this is why the rule has to change. They're not they're not allowing President Trump to staff article three and article one judges, and as a result, there's a breakdown across the United States. Do you take Josh all your lawyers lawyer? And and you understand how important this is. It's not fair to the litigants of America not to hear their cases. Well, it it is very dangerous to have this many big east go open for long periods of time. Because it does degrade the ability of the courts folks to function effectively, and you know, this is particularly true minute matters at the appellate court level. A heck of a lot. The district court level where we have even more vacancies, that's the trial court level. I mean, that's those judges are the trenches. Those are the work a day. There's they're they're seeing the little gets their whole trial the settlements. They're seeing it every single day. Got to get the courts staffed up and we've got to get him staffed up with us juiciest. Judges suggest this rule these to change the leadership in the Senate Republican leadership had to file at the end the filibuster a hundred and twenty eight times on different nominees in the last congress hundred twenty times that's a record by like times ten for a two year period. That shows you how the Democrats are abusing this process. We've got to put a stop to it. Let me talk with you Senator about a sensitive subject between article one, which is the first article of the congress and article three the judiciary. You don't control the judiciary? Unless you impeach someone. But there are at least two judges on the appeals courts of every circuit who are eligible for senior status. I'm writing a piece for the Washington Post today, urging them to put up their hand and take that senior status of the bench can be renewed. What is your opinion? Well, you know, it's a good question. It's always it's up to the judge the judges quite a bit of discretion there. And you know, it it it. It is a lifetime appointment. Other different rules Sulu to they'll probably spell this out of the piece about when someone becomes eligible for senior status. And at what point they have to take it? I do think that you know, judges who consider themselves constitutionalists should think long and hard about this opportunity that we have right now, you have a Republican president who is very committed. President Trump is very committed to putting constitutionalists judges on the bench, and you do have a Senate majority now stronger one that we had to the the last two years. So this is this is an important moment. You're this window. We just don't know how long it will be open. I mean, I think the president's could be reelected, what will the Senate majority be in two years? I just can't think of these things. So you gotta you gotta Bakke while the science my grandfather used to say, so I think judges who are eligible for senior status ought to take a long hard look at this. And think about what they could do is you put it to help us redo the judiciary is to make sure we get pro-constitution judges for another generation onto the court. Now, I. I understand some will miss being part of on bond panels. That's really the only difference is that when you go senior status. Do you wanna work five days a week? You can I clerked for to senior status judges on the DC circuit court for an active duty judge. But that's the only difference. You're not eligible for on Bach. But you take an oath to protect and defend the constitution and you're coming. And you're going is governed by that oath, and I really believe if you are an originalist a constitutionalist a rule lodge, and there is this runway ahead of us. They have to raise their hand by the end of June. If there's going to be enough time in the next fifteen months to fill the circuit court of appeals vacancies, and you're right to point out the window. I mean that that is the window. You can't just say, well, I'm going to take senior status now will get another jets confirmed post-haste. I mean, particularly with the process. The Democrats have been putting us through there is a pipeline. And it takes a while. We've got to move as quickly as we. We can. And this is why I say I hope that we can continue to depress the pace to even pick up the pace of the judiciary committee, and while it's important to get this rule change all four begin to move through these judges even more quickly last question on this thirty-seven circuit court judges approved obviously supreme court vacancy. If it occurs goes to the top of the pile, Pat thirty-seven, I think you can get the fifty maybe fifty five possibly even sixty appointees by the end of next term by the end of this congress. Do you agree? Josh holly. Yeah. I do. I think that is I think it's absolutely possible. Our goal. And again, there are cert- circuits that we need to prioritize one of them is. There are a number of vacancies there, including that they could see the left by the judge Kozinski. And that is those are imports seats that. So I think we've we've got to we have to press forward here. And you use the word originalists just a moment ago. Hugh, I wanted to underscore that you know, it's not just any judges that we're putting on the bench here. And I'm not going to vote for just any judge. I wanna be clear I'm gonna vote for judges who believe in the constitution who are originalists who do not believe in the flawed and failed Dr known a substantive due process. I've I've made that clear already I'm going to hold to that. I think it's very important. We've gotta get judges on there who are going to it here to the text and structure of the constitution the way, the people wrote it now, you got into a little tussle with the Wall Street Journal, and I was leaning on YouTube, but for different reasons over Naomi row you ended up voting for her. I don't mind that and committee at all. I think it's great press these nominees about what they believe and. We should not mistake serious hard questioning for opposition to renewing the judiciary. And I hope you keep doing that. That's my applause to you, the press hard and ask tough questions and get good judges. Let me switch though, Lindsey Graham chairman and said he needs investigation of what happened in the FBI in two thousand sixteen and John Cornyn. And Tom cotton came on the show, and they said we need to look at the FBI in two thousand sixteen just the very top. You know, the struck page mccade, gang and Komi, and we gotta look at the intelligence community, and that would include both John Brennan, CIA and end Jim Clapper's directorate of central the national intelligence and the national security agency. What do you think Josh Holly? Yeah. I agree. I mean, I am I have said that I believe that we need a special counsel. We also need oversight. Here's it's not either. Or it's both end. Look, I I said I demanded answers from the FBI since the letter to letters now actually particularly on the counterintelligence investigation McCabe told the world we've learned about that they launched against the president of the United States. Yeah. This is a spy counterintelligence is they've spy that they lost against the president. Because from what we could tell they disliked his foreign policy stance. I mean, it's extraordinary. You talk about his separation of powers crisis. That's one right there. So I've debated answers from the FBI. They've stonewalled me. They they have they have tried to just completely set out be in my staff. So I said, look if it takes a special counsel then to get up in their business, then that's what we need to do. And congress we need to put these people under oath Brigham in put them before the cameras and make them answer. Questions. But yes, I mean, we cannot allow what has happened in the last two years to happen again. Any other president? And as a as a constitutional lawyer, I could say might be concerned, your is the appropriate functioning of our constitution and the the elected representatives, the president the elected members of congress. They're the ones who are supposed to be on behalf of the people managing our government, not unelected agents. Whether that's the political leadership at the FBI or anybody else. Now, I I'll conclude this way I believe the high water Mark of the resistance as day. One was for the confederacy was last Thursday before the Muller report drop. And now, I believe that President Trump is like grant in eighteen sixty four sixty five hundred fight on that line all summer. He's going to pursue them to the end because the resistance is shattered, and they are demoralized and they are broken. Do you agree with my assessment? Yeah. I do think that you've seen a massive seachange here. Nobody. He's talking about the resistance courses. Not just elected Democrats. I mean, the resistance has it's real hold of the liberal media. And the media has been shown up to the to the greatest extent of mind lifetime. I'm thirty nine years old this year. To the greatest extent of my lifetime. They have been shown to be a horrifically partisan to have perpetrated and perpetuated a series of falsehoods. And in many cases to don't weekly all because they hate this president they disagree with the politically and they do anything to take him down. And so I think they're going to face a major crisis of confidence what they deserve. The democrat party is facing a crisis of identity now as the policy of which they deserve. And it's a coming upon us and the president, by the way, this when he visited the Republican senators this past week he said now, it's our time to push forward to continue to push forward at the lead this country to show the American people over four he's exactly right. And that's why I'm extremely optimistic about the next two years and the next four after that, Josh Holly. It is always a pleasure Senator look forward to seeing you in person this summer inside the beltway, congratulations on taking up your role. And actually, it's like Baker Mayfield joining the judiciary. Committee friends, Josh Holly. Thank you Senator. Holly time for me to tell you about relief factor dot com. If you're watching on.

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"josh lally" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"josh lally" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The action with the pre-game show at six thirty in the face off at seven right here on camera. In the next hour. This is kind of fun. The the cast part of the cast of this movie breakthrough which will open up on Easter weekend. Based on the story of this young man, John Smith who fell through the ice at lay Saint Louis several years ago being made into a major motion picture Kristie met. Susan. This is us is in town. I talked to her a little bit about our buddy, sterling K Brown and met Marcelo Ruiz who plays John Smith. But also sat down with John himself and his mom who is joy Smith who wrote the book based on that. So we'll hear some of that conversation coming up at three twenty Kelly Hansen from foreigner and a great time to Shriners hospital. What they're doing for kids with the song. I wanna know what love is. And that's coming up in the three o'clock hour as well. All right. The topic of the electoral college, look, and I want to hear people's perspectives on this. I know it seems weird in this is a hard thing, maybe even to describe to young people, and I don't even know how young people learn. What do we call social studies or civics these days government, when they learn about the electoral college because I could see someone saying, well, look that's kind of weird that we're electing a president and the person that is president gets three million fewer votes than the person who lost the election. How does that work? And maybe if I was on the losing side of those particular battles. In other words, if a Republican was winning the national vote, and then losing the electoral college, then maybe I'd feel differently. So I get to a certain extent why people don't like it. But there is a reason for it. So let's get some phone calls in the sanctioning. Jay, you're on camel wax. Good afternoon. Yes. I it's time to get rid of the electro college, we already have protection for the smallest thing sets called the US Senate. So why steel action, you know, majority million people in this country? I heard you before on this topic. And you seem to think that those people don't count with those people in California and New York don't count. That's that's exactly the opposite of how I feel. I feel like what what that would mean is that we wouldn't count. I didn't say anything about them not counting. I feel that if you have this is my issue. And again, I understand what you're saying. Jay because it is. It is one of those situations where you can say, it just doesn't make sense. Right. But if you have can you argue that if you got rid of the electoral college that we would have a representation of candidates even visiting states in the mid west and carrying what fo folks here thought because you have huge population centers in this country, including California, New York in the northern part of Illinois. How many people live in California New offhand? I was going to look this up twenty million is that how many it is. You're pretty good at that. So let's see here. Oh, no. You're wrong. Thirty nine point five six million. Wow. That even says sounds like it even surprises. You right. Yeah. It does. So I wouldn't I wouldn't have guessed that. So we have six million here in Missouri, thirty nine million in California, and that doesn't even account from New York. So why should those big states play such a role? And I I haven't done the math on this. Maybe I can do it. I wonder if you just extrapolated I'll try to do this year in the next few days. Take take the total votes out of New York and California only I wonder where you would be on the popular vote on that. I honestly don't know because I haven't done it yet. Well, you still want wants to matter the one man one vote. I mean, that's that's what the popular vote is. It's one man one vote. I don't see why can candidate wouldn't still go to Saint Louis and Kansas City. You know, they might not make it to Joplin. But they'd still go to Kansas City. They'd still go to Chicago. I we go to Chicago. But you're talking about the that's my point. I think you're making my point for me. They would go to large population centers. They would not necessarily need to go to smaller population cities. Now that that to a certain extent does happen today because we know that there are certain states. Cigna gonna matter more than others like Pennsylvania, like Ohio, like Florida Florida's probably the most prominent example. So I get what you're saying. Jay, I'm not willing to say, we got to get rid of the electoral college on the other hand, some of this seems to be really skewed already because if we're being honest about the process there really are the way that the states cut cut down in between red and blue and purple there aren't many purple states anymore. Right. So only a few states, maybe get the attention. Anyway. That is true. And such you know, I've heard you criticize the selection of the records and talk about packing, Merrick garland would have been treated with respectively. Like he should have been. He should at least got a hearing in in a in a VO. Wow, you're gonna have to talk to Joe Biden about that. I'm just gonna tell you right now, Joe Biden very clear in the early nineties. We followed his lead that there should not be a supreme court Justice confirmed during a presidential election year. Pretty simple. I think and I agreed with it. So thank you. Joe? Appreciate alkyl Joe that Cindy, you're on camel ex. So I think I had a press the button I haven't taken calls in a while. I forget I press the button for the caller Cyndi. Go ahead. Right. Yeah. Right. Yeah. View. And jay. And I I don't understand Jay was looking at it. Everything is making your point and mind, I think that we would no matter what parties in no matter running the east in the west coast, and possibly Illinois in the Chicago area would be people that would elect the president by popular. That's why I think that even though the editor of the the electoral college is confusing. It still has worked pretty well. I think up till now I could get a we'll continue. Yeah. I, you know, I I hope so because I do think it's important look states are different. We we. And this is why you have the different representations with senators, and in many cases, and we may even have a situation like this. Now, you have one Senator that has a bit of a different ideology than the other Senator even though they're in the same party with Josh Lally and Senator blunt, but we don't represent our elected officials represent another. They represent Missouri and the values of Missouri. Obviously not everyone's on the same page. That's why you have elections, but there's so many differences throughout the states. It seems Justice unfair to have a state like Nebraska, Mississippi, Missouri, Kansas Arkansas with the overwhelming majority of the people in those states voicing approval for one candidate and then being denied that candidate because of the popular vote. So I think here's what the let's see here. This is the editors of national review said this morning. Insofar as there does exist a serious argument against the electoral concert, kind of acknowledging that is increasingly indistinguishable from the broader argument against the role that the state's play within the American constitutional order and thus from the argument against federalism itself. President Reagan liked to remind Americans that far from serving as a regional administrative area of the nation state. The states are essentially building blocks of the American political legal and civil life in our era a viciously divisive politics. The states are arguably the editors at the national review said more necessary than they've ever been critics of the electoral college bristle at the insistence that it prevents New York and California from imposing their will on the rest of the country. But the electoral college guarantees that candidates who seek only nationally elected offices in America must attempt to appeal to his broad geographic constituency is possible large states and small populace in rural. Rather than retreating to their preferred pockets. And running up the score the alternative to this arrangement is not less political contention or a reduction in anger. It's more both. And I think that they got that right on that. And you're on camera ex good afternoon. Yes. I think I learned this in eighth grade constitution the states elect about president. We're called the United States of America, not the United of America and the electoral college. Creates a form to do that. In fact, if you will think of it this way, if Missouri's popular votes only went to the candidate that they elected and the other person didn't get those votes put it in the column for them. And the other person let's say the last election Clinton or Hillary Clinton would have gotten only the votes that she won in those states. And I think you'll work out that I wish you would have someone come in and discuss that because that's what I learned. You'll and I apologize. Let me let me see if I'm saying, I think he lost a little bit there phrase that yes, Missouri voted for Trump right overwhelming all of those votes him, and none to Clinton. And she one let's say she wanted New York, and you own she only gets those votes. You will find out that he won by about eight million. I think I did it in my head the last time. I did it they election before. I so you're again. Okay. So you're saying whoever wins like Hillary win, California, you give her those votes, but you don't really count Trump's votes. Yes. You don't well. She wanted to state she won those electoral votes. That's what you're actually doing. I see what you mean. I, you know, I I understand it took those classes as well. And I support the electoral college, and I always have. But I I always liked to have these discussions, at least acknowledged the fact that I think to a lot of people it seems bizarre. They're not thinking through this is where liberals really think with their hearts and not their brains because I think if you think through it you understand why it is necessary constitutionally, which is somewhat important to some of us still is a little bit, Bob. You're on camera ex. The Democrats should be the ones wanting to keep the electoral college because California New York combined is one third of the electoral votes to seventy they need, and they don't have to spend ten cents to win those two states. Well, that is true. But the problem is that those electoral votes get canceled out by a rather large grouping of other states tend to go Republican. I, you know, I, I don't know. I I don't think it's gonna sometimes sometimes arguments like this or rather moot. Because again, it would take so much even with this national popular vote plan. I think Colorado went for this it binds the electors for the candidate who wins the votes nationwide. And you're not gonna have enough states that sign onto that it wouldn't go into effect. And I think the congress would still have to act on that it would have to push the electoral votes, if enough states get involved, and you get it to two seventy then they can change it. But look it's not going to change not. Shouldn't it shouldn't? But you get a bunch of younger people involved in the process in the future. Very well could at that point we go to another Bob you're on camera ex. Thank you. Jim. I ask did you use Debrosse broadcast out of Milwaukee. WTMJ and the People's Republic of Wisconsin. I certainly did. That's what I thought I used to travel to Chicago area on a regular basis on the in business, and I always enjoyed hearing up there. Well, thank you. It's been thirty. I've been here for thirteen years now back in Saint Louis. It's hard to believe, but I still have great connections and think of Wisconsin fondly a big Packers fan as well. But go ahead..

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"josh lally" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"josh lally" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"ABC's Mark Remillard is in Florida. One of the biggest battleground states all across the state county election supervisors are gearing up for high turnout at polling locations here in Leon county. It's no different election. Supervisor Mark early says excitement in the community as it seemed to be throughout the country is a very high for this election. It's expected more than half of the state's registered voters will cast a ballot. This mid-term early voter interest is smashing records nationwide. I'm on Roth the Missouri Senate races in the spotlight as Republicans try to fight off a potential Bluewave ABC's. Ryan burrow reports the president making his final campaign stop in Missouri for Republican attorney general Josh Holly, who he's hoping we'll defeat democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill and help keep the Senate under Republican control. Josh Lally will be a tireless champion for the great people of bizarre. How we going on the attack in the final? Campaign style for amnesty? She is called the border wall embarrassing. That's her word, and she's mocks the president for launching data polls show the race at or near a dead heat. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Cape Girardeau, Missouri turmoil. A Georgia on this election day as the secretary of state decides not to recuse himself after Republican Brian Kemp's office accused Democrats have orchestrating a cyber attack the eleventh hour revelation is now being investigated as voters head to the polls to elect the next governor of the peach state CBS's, Laura pedestrian has more on the battle between Democrats Stacey Abrams and camp. The investigation comes after Kemp came under scrutiny for the way, he was managing the state's voter database Abrams called him out claiming he's trying to suppress the vote through the ways opted to enforce federal and state election laws instead of addressing the flaw and taking responsibility, he decided to go to a desperate place and blame Democrats for simply. Alerting five security experts to his failure. Early. Voting has already set a record with more than two million Georgians casting ballots approaching.

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"josh lally" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"josh lally" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wrapping up his campaigning last night in Cape. Girardeau Missouri voter engagement is high across the nation. ABC's? Mark Lawrence is in Florida. One of the biggest battleground states all across the state county election supervisors are gearing up for high turnout at polling locations here in Leon county. It's no different election. Supervisor Mark early says excitement in the community as it seems to be with that throughout the country is a very high Venice election. It's expected more than half of the state's registered voters will cast a ballot. This mid-term early voter interest is smashing records nationwide. I'm wondering that Missouri Senate races in the spotlight is Republicans. Try to fight off a potential Bluewave ABC's Ryan boroughs reports the president making his final campaign stop in Missouri for Republican attorney general Josh Holly, who he's hoping we'll defeat democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill. And help keep the Senate under Republican control. Josh Lally will be a tireless champion. For the great people of bizarre. How we going on the attack in the final campaign style. Voted for amnesty. She has called the border. Wall embarrassing. That's her word, and she's mocks the president for wanting to add a whole show the race at or near a dead heat. Ryan burrow, ABC news Cape Girardeau, Missouri turmoil in Georgia on this election day as a secretary of state decides not to recuse himself after Republican Brian Kemp's office accused Democrats of orchestrating a cyber attack the eleventh hour revelation is now being investigated as voters head to the polls to elect the next governor the peach state CBS Laura Podesta has more on the battle between Democrats Stacey Abrams and camp. The investigation comes after Kemp came under scrutiny for the way, he was managing the state's voter database Abrams called him out claiming he's trying to suppress the vote through the ways opted to enforce federal and state election laws instead of addressing the flaw and taking responsibility, he decided to go to a desperate place and blamed Democrats for simply alerting five or security. Experts to his failure. Early. Voting has already set a record with more than two million Georgians casting ballots approaching the overall number cast in the last governor's race, full midterm election. Coverage all day and night here on WBZ radio and take us anywhere by downloading the free iheartradio app. Election night in America.

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"josh lally" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"josh lally" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Weather forecast courtesy meteorologist deemed of or a cold start to the morning skies will end up rather cloudy by the afternoon chilly today with a high near fifty not as cold overnight tonight and we'll have a low of thirty five by the way watch out for a shower in spots this afternoon we'll be cloudy for tomorrow for saturday with a high fifty two degrees and then for sunday a little rain a time baby mixed with some wet snow in the afternoon and an early high of forty four degrees temperatures are likely to fall through the day on sunday right now it is mostly cloudy and twenty six degrees downtown at the arch kmox news time is six twenty three a new national poll on us senate races shows missouri senator claire mccaskill eight points behind her likely republican challenger in the fall election the poll shows mccaskill with forty four percent and josh lally with fifty two percent of so political science cheer dave roberson says it's still early i think there's absolutely no way to call this this early in the campaign we may see the polls tied on the eve of the election the aksy a survey monkey poll calls mccaskill one of the most vulnerable incumbent democrats in the senate roberson says the problem with poses people tell the pollster how they plan to vote but it's hard to predict what percentage of mccaskill versus hallways supporters will actually show up kevin cooling radio eleven twenty kmox the gun debate continues in the eleanor legislature with several bills still pending in the house and senate the state house voted to prohibit anyone under twenty one from buying an assault style weapon and to ban bump stocks another measure that has yet to get a vote bans highcapacity magazines and body armor for anybody other than police officers it's named after slain chicago police commander paul bauer chicago police superintendent eddie johnson supports it in the last month since we lost paul bauer everyone in this city including of thousands of men and women of chicago police department have shown their support and low four follows serving less pay him the biggest chip you we can do in our lives what he fought so hard to do in his own life taking criminals off the street and making it as difficult as possible for them to commit these destructive acts a.

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New national poll on US Senate race

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New national poll on US Senate race

"Weather forecast courtesy meteorologist deemed of or a cold start to the morning skies will end up rather cloudy by the afternoon chilly today with a high near fifty not as cold overnight tonight and we'll have a low of thirty five by the way watch out for a shower in spots this afternoon we'll be cloudy for tomorrow for saturday with a high fifty two degrees and then for sunday a little rain a time baby mixed with some wet snow in the afternoon and an early high of forty four degrees temperatures are likely to fall through the day on sunday right now it is mostly cloudy and twenty six degrees downtown at the arch kmox news time is six twenty three a new national poll on us senate races shows missouri senator claire mccaskill eight points behind her likely republican challenger in the fall election the poll shows mccaskill with forty four percent and josh lally with fifty two percent of so political science cheer dave roberson says it's still early i think there's absolutely no way to call this this early in the campaign we may see the polls tied on the eve of the election the aksy a survey monkey poll calls mccaskill one of the most vulnerable incumbent democrats in the senate roberson says the problem with poses people tell the pollster how they plan to vote but it's hard to predict what percentage of mccaskill versus hallways supporters will actually show up kevin cooling radio eleven twenty kmox the gun debate continues in the eleanor legislature with several bills still pending in the house and senate the state house voted to prohibit anyone under twenty one from buying an assault style weapon and to ban bump stocks another measure that has yet to get a vote bans highcapacity magazines and body armor for anybody other than police officers it's named after slain chicago police commander paul bauer chicago police superintendent eddie johnson supports it in the last month since we lost paul bauer everyone in this city including of thousands of men and women of chicago police department have shown their support and low four follows serving less pay him the biggest chip you we can do in our lives what he fought so hard to do in his own life taking criminals off the street and making it as difficult as possible for them to commit these destructive acts a.

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