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"karen handel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"karen handel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And in that state, you ran for a house seat in 2017 and narrowly lost, But then the person who beat you Republican Karen Handel, Just lost her re election bid in November. 2 Democrat Lucy McBath, So there's this this teeter totter in Georgia. What does that say to you about Georgia politics more broadly? Well, it's less a teeter totter in Georgia and more consistent progress. But the last 10 years in Georgia, much of this work led by Stacey Abrams, my 2017 U S House race, which was historic, which brought tens of thousands of volunteers into the fold. Which proved that we could build political power and make progress even in areas that were considered non competitive. Politically, All of this has been a long term effort. You shift politics in Georgia, and now George is the most competitive battleground state in the country hosting two U. S. Senate run offs for Senate control, and we are continuing to invest in unprecedented grassroots organization. My campaign has hired nearly 3000 young people, predominantly from communities of color to organize their own peer groups, their own networks, their own communities. Involving people in politics, who never even imagined that they would be asked to get involved in politics, empowering communities and demographics who have been marginalized and ignored. And that has been the spirit of democratic political activism and Georgia for the last decade, and it's why we're gonna win tomorrow is because we've been doing that hard work over time with a strategic mind set to build power. Talking to Jon Ossoff's. He's one of two Democratic candidates running for seed and Georgia Senate run offs. Tomorrow. We did it extend an invitation to all four candidates in those races were also talking to Emma Hurt Politics reporter with W. A. B in Atlanta And for those who don't live in Georgia, tell us a bit about John's opponent, Senator David Perdue. Hi, John. Senator Purdue is the incumbent that that we have in this race, and he won in 2014. As a conservative businessman. You know his his profile sort of mirrored President Trump's two years before Trump's run he he's the cousin of a former governor of Georgia. And so there was a lot of name I d in his campaign. But in his time in the Senate, you know he has really closely aligned himself with the president, and he and his counterpart, Senator Kelly Leffler, who was appointed last year, have both ran their campaigns very, very close to the president as well. In Georgia voters air in a bit of a bizarre situation right now, If the Senate goes Republican, they will likely not see these $2000 payments, which are being pushed by President Trump explain a little bit more about the dynamics that are at play right now between Republicans, Emma Yeah, it's it's a bit of a twilight zone for Republicans in Georgia right now, because Senator Purdue ran his 2014 campaign as a budget hawk is a deficit hawk talking about the national debt. And he previously was lukewarm on the idea of additional stimulus checks, You know, favoring income tax credit instead. But because the president came out and supported this $2000 stimulus increase, he and Senator Leffler both joined in those called despite the fact that other members of their caucus Have not supported that. And so you know, as as John conspicuous well, it's Zbynek. The Twilight Zone. Watching the Republicans have toe have to continue to teach their message close to the president. And and try to try to stay on track there. What we got this tweet from vintage, she says. I'm reading many attacks on Reverend War, not that are being proven false. I'm tired of having to play the card. However, I'm led to believe it's a campaign to attack Black Man. John NBC News recently obtained a memo alleging allegedly from your campaign managers sounding the alarm about outside spending by the GOP. How concerned are you about the financial state of the campaign? Well, look, we're down to the final 24 hours and we've been working hard to ensure that we have the resource is necessary to sustain this massive turnout age massive turnout operation. I mean, at this point It's really not about the TV ads. To be clear. More money has been spent attacking me. Then any Candidate for the United States Senate in American history over the last year, But that's ultimately not what this is about. This is about who gets out and votes for change, and that's why my campaign has prioritized investment in community organizing. Grassroots field efforts in canvassing we made over 1.4 million phone calls to voters yesterday. This is the largest turnout effort in American history. That we're running in Georgia. And so yes, the Geo. He is doing what they do. It's paint by numbers, partisan attacks very personal, but you know what? We tune it out and focus on getting out the vote and presenting the people with a positive vision of what we can in due to improve life for working people. To improve equity to expand justice, passing landmark civil rights and voting rights bills investing an economic recovery getting economic relief to people who are suffering, reopening the nine hospitals that have closed in Georgia in the last 10 years, building new clinics to serve every community in this state. My wife works as an O. B g. Y n dock at Grady Hospital in labor and delivery in Atlanta. Georgia has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the United States, mothers and newborn babies who are in poor health because our states refused to expand Medicaid and neglected maternal health. My point is that the GOP can run all the negative attacks they want spend hundreds of millions of dollars were speaking for the people. Reverend Warnock and I are building a coalition of the people for the people and by the people to elect representatives who will put the welfare of the people ahead of their own bank accounts ahead of partisan interests. John, I want to get your reaction to the news that broke yesterday. This call between President Trump and Rapids Burger about election results. What was your reaction when you heard that audio? Well, that's a brazen assault on our democracy for the president of the United States. Try to intimidate state election officials to get them to reverse the outcome of a lawfully conducted election. That's a direct attack on black voters in Georgia because it was the power of black turnout that delivered this state for Joe Biden and Kamila Harris. And by the way, this comes against the backdrop Of six lawsuits that David Perdue and Kelly Leffler and Georgia Republicans have filed to try to suppress voters during this run off trying to purge the roles trying to remove ballot. Dropbox is trying to restrict voting hours and locations. This is why we need a new voting rights act in this country to make a voter suppression. A federal crime and secure the sacred franchise for all people. I cut my teeth and politics working for John Lewis. He bled on the Edmund Pettus Bridge for voting rights. And the fact that the president of the United States and George is two U. S. Senators are still working to disenfranchise their own citizens is a disgrace. It cannot stand. And it's why we need new voting rights legislation to pass Congress. Do you think there is some sort of accountability that you come into play here? And what would it look like to your mind? The president for the president, also for the GOP senators, who plan to challenge biting twin Well, look, the first and most immediate accountability that can be rendered is for the people of Georgia to stand up and vote in record numbers tomorrow in defiance of these efforts to disenfranchise them. And if the words that the president uttered or the effort that he undertook was not lawful, and I suspect that it may not have been then Georgia's authorities need to look into that. If you're elected. What's the number? One thing you think needs to be on the Senate to do list. Step one is responding properly to this covert 19 pandemic, one of the reasons that the death toll has been so catastrophic and the economic costs so high Is that foolish politicians? And it starts at the very top in the Oval Office have disregarded and ignored and disempowered public health expertise in a public health crisis. Georgia hosts the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the premier epidemiological agency. In the world, and I'm ready to work with this incoming administration to ensure that the CDC is resourced and empowered to lead a national health response strategy. To ensure that testing and vaccines are free for every American so that immunization is not exclusively available to the wealthy and well connected to resource our hospital systems..

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"karen handel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"karen handel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Coming up on the California report. That's a 5 51 6 51 and again at 8 51. Overnight clouds with temperatures upper thirties to mid forties and tomorrow some fog in the morning and we'll wind up with a partly sunny day temperatures in the fifties. Support for NPR comes from this station and from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation committed to bridging science and the arts to develop a common language so that they can better understand and speak to one another. More information. Is it Sloane daughter work? From the Vital Projects Fund supporting the Museum of Modern Art with the first Donald Judd retrospective in more than 30 years through January, 9th with a last look for members on January 10th tickets at MoMA dot work. And from listeners like you who donate to this NPR station. I'm Jenn White. This is one, eh? Earlier today, We were joined by political reporter Emma Hurd and Senate candidate John US off to talk about Tuesday Senate run offs and Georgia What's interesting that these two runoff Racists and Georgia are taking place, And in that state, you ran for a house seat in 2017 and narrowly lost, But then the person who beat you Republican Karen Handel, Just lost her re election bid in November. 2.

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"karen handel" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"karen handel" Discussed on KPCC

"And Georgia It's interesting that these two runoff Racists and Georgia are taking place in in that state. You ran for a house seat in 2017 and narrowly lost, But then the person who beat you, Republican Karen Handel just lost her re election bid in November. 2 Democrat Lucy McBath So there's this. This teeter totter in Georgia. What does it say to you about Georgia politics more broadly? Well, it's less a teeter totter in Georgia and more consistent progress. The last 10 years in Georgia. Much of this work led by Stacey Abrams, my 2017 U S House race, which was historic, which brought tens of thousands of volunteers into the fold. Which proved that we could build political power and make progress even in areas that were considered. Noncompetitive politically. All of this has been a long term effort to shift politics in Georgia. And now George is the most competitive battleground state in the country hosting two U. S. Senate run offs for Senate control and we are continuing to invest in unprecedented grassroots organization. My campaign has hired Nearly 3000 young people predominantly from communities of color to organize their own peer groups, their own networks, their own communities involving people in politics, who never even imagined that they would be asked to get involved in politics, empowering communities and demographics who have been marginalized and ignored, And that has been the spirit of democratic political activism and Georgia for the last decade. And it's why we're gonna win tomorrow is because we've been doing that hard work over time with a strategic mind set to build power. Talking to Jonah saw fees one of two Democratic candidates running for seed and Georgia Senate runoff tomorrow. We did it extend an invitation to all four candidates in those races were also talking to Emma Hurt politics reporter with W. A. B in Atlanta Emma for those who don't live in Georgia, tell us a bit about John's opponent, Senator David Perdue. Hi, John. Senator Purdue is the incumbent that that we have in this race, and he won in 2014. As a conservative businessman. You know his his profile sort of mirrored President Trump's two years before Trump's run he he's the cousin of a former governor of Georgia. And so there was a lot of name I d in his campaign. But in his time in the Senate, you know he has really closely aligned himself with the president, and he and his counterpart, Senator Kelly Leffler, who was appointed last year, have both ran their campaigns very, very close to the president as well. In Georgia voters during a bit of a bizarre situation right now, If the Senate goes Republican, they will likely not see these $2000 payments, which are being pushed by President Trump explain a little bit more about the dynamics that are at play right now between Republicans, Emma Yeah, it's it's a bit of a twilight zone for Republicans in Georgia right now, because Senator Purdue ran his 2014 campaign as a budget hawk is a deficit hawk talking about the national debt. And he previously was lukewarm on the idea of additional stimulus checks, You know, favoring income tax credit instead. But because the president came out and supported this $2000 stimulus increase, he and Senator Leffler both joined in those called despite the fact that other members of their caucus Have not supported that. And so you know, as as John conspicuous? Well, it's it's been of the Twilight Zone. Watching the Republicans have toe have to continue to teach their message close to the president. And and try to try to stay on track there. What we got this tweet from vintage, she says. I'm reading many attacks on Reverend Warnock that are being proven false. I'm tired of having to play the card. However, I'm led to believe it's a campaign to attack. Ah Black Man. John NBC News recently obtained a memo alleging allegedly from your campaign managers sounding the alarm about outside spending by the GOP. How concerned are you about the financial state of the campaign? Well, look, we're down to the final 24 hours and we've been working hard to ensure that we have the resource is necessary to sustain this massive turnout age massive turnout operation. I mean, at this point It's really not about the TV ads. To be clear. More money has been spent attacking me. Then any Candidate for the United States Senate in American history. Over the last year. That's ultimately not what this is about. This is about who gets out and votes for change, and that's why my campaign has prioritized investment in community organizing. Grassroots field efforts in canvassing we made over 1.4 million phone calls to voters. Yesterday. This is the largest turnout effort in American history that we're running in Georgia. And so yes, the GOP is doing what they do is paint by numbers partisan attacks. Very personal. But you know what? We tune it out and focus on getting out the vote and presenting the people with a positive vision of what we can do to improve life for working people to improve equity to expand justice, passing landmark civil rights and voting rights bills, investing an economic recovery, getting economic relief to people who are suffering, reopening the nine hospitals that have closed in Georgia in the last 10 years. Building new clinics to serve every community in this state. My wife works as an O B g y. N dock at Grady Hospital in labor and delivery in Atlanta. Georgia has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the United States, mothers and newborn babies who are in poor health because our states refused to expand Medicaid and neglected maternal health. My point is that the GOP can run all the negative attacks they want spend hundreds of millions of dollars were speaking for the people. Reverend Warnock and I are building a coalition of the people for the people and by the people to elect representatives who will put the welfare of the people ahead of their own bank accounts ahead of partisan interests. John, I want to get your reaction to the news that broke yesterday. This call between President Trump and Rapids Burger about election result. What was your reaction when you heard that audio? Well, that's a brazen assault on our democracy. For the president of the United States. Try to intimidate State election officials. Get them to reverse the outcome. Of a lawfully conducted election. That's a direct attack on black voters in Georgia because it was the power of black turnout. That delivered this state for Joe Biden and Kamila Harris. And by the way, this comes against the backdrop of six lawsuits that David Perdue and Kelly Leffler and Georgia Republicans have filed to try to suppress voters during this run off Trying to purge the roles trying to remove ballot. Dropbox is trying to restrict voting hours and locations. This is why we need a new voting rights act in this country to make a voter suppression a federal crime and secure the sacred franchise for all people. I cut my teeth in politics working for John Lewis, he bled on the Edmund Pettus Bridge. For voting rights and the fact that the president of the United States and George is two U. S..

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"karen handel" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"karen handel" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"And the states With the secretaries of state. Non elected officials went around the legislature changed the laws. Because of the pandemic, and they did it, Martha for convenience, and they've even said some of them have said it was more convenient. Well, you know what Defending freedom and liberty is not always convenient. It is no fault. It is how infected No. One in the case of Georgia. Obviously Secretary Rapids Burger is elected, but he's not. He can't change election law. He should not be changing election while that has to happen in the Legislature. And then the challenges is, you know Karen Handel, who was our our secretary of state. When voter I d was voted in. She was on my program then and she said the problem is gonna be with absentee ballots. This was 14 years ago. That if we go toe any reason for absentee ballots and we don't require I d. We're going to be in trouble down the road, and that's that's where I see the biggest problems. I'm not saying there weren't issues and you know what with 3200 counties or whatever it is, you're gonna have some issues, but the biggest problem was with the absentee ballots, Marcia That's exactly right. They nail out the process for mailing out the ballot and then verifying the audit process on lining up addresses, and, uh, names. That the signatures doing that match that same toe fall apart, and some counties, which is then thrown some of these states like Pennsylvania and Michigan and Wisconsin in Arizona and Nevada into question, and it's not an issue of were there enough ballots to change the election? It is an issue of preserving the integrity of the election and preserving the one person one vote adage that we hold so dear in this country. So tomorrow you'll be participating in the seating of the electoral college. How do you think that's going to go? We are going to say the Electoral College meets those of us who have said we would oppose the certification until there is a commission. To investigate this there again working from the 18 77 model. And exercising our constitutional right and duty. To challenge when we think there is a reason to challenge now. You know, Some people are saying, Oh, it's un American to do this, I would remind them That in 1969. You had 33 Senators challenge. And electors vote. In 1 4005. You have the Democrats, night challenges and even In 2016 Pelosi. Yeah, Pelosi praised. She and Nadler praised those that were making the challenge in 2017. You had 11 Democrats challenges to the election of Donald Trump. We're within our rights for going to exercise our right. And we will see what the outcome brains Center, Marsha Blackburn. Thank you so much, and we have lots more to come on. Morning talk..

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"karen handel" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"karen handel" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Be fixed. And I tell you what I've worked for the last two legislative sessions. Four group called Instant Runoff that also looked at it at election reform. This absentee ballot problem has been coming for 14 years. Karen Handel 14 years ago, said We we shored up in person voting with the idee. But we still have a lot of problems with absentee, but ballot voting So yes, we should be concerned about it, Frank, but we're gonna be watching it very closely. Let me ask you another question. How can we be assured that's gonna be done because we always have the same problems with the same counties over and over and over. What's going What's going change this time? Well, I think that you're gonna have definitely more poll watchers. I think you can have more people involved in this process. Then you did the last time. I'm not sure we're going to get one of the Fulton County Board of Election folks on Later on, actually next week to talk a little more about that, because you know who the big Kahuna is, as far as the problems we have in this state, and I think Al will agree with me. It's Fulton County. I mean, there are problems sometimes in Cobb and the cab and Clayton and a few other counties here and there, But when you want to have a big Let's think of a word I can say on radio debacle. You go to Fulton County, and it has been ongoing. I mean, I grew up in the cab county in the sixties and seventies, and even when Fulton County Was, you know, having elections and then they had problems. I don't understand why they can't seem to run an election, but we've got to shine a very bright light on them. Not only for this election, but for ongoing Frank. Thanks for your call today, Al anything you wanna add you up? Yeah, And I do think with the national spotlight on Georgia. I mean, it's very critical that the sun shine very brightly and Aziz. I heard Karl Rove and others say, we've got 4000 poll watchers that are going to be engaged in this system. And this In this election, and I am sure that the majority of these folks gonna be focused on the Atlanta area. Fulton Cobb, the cab. Those counties are going to be really looked at very, very closely. And hopefully we can get somebody on like, he said to talk about this from Fulton County. You know, I take great offense at the jabs that have been put it Georgia over the last few weeks. I lay this at the steps of Stacey Abrams because she started this a bashing Georgia. Georgia is one of the most diverse states in the country. It is the wealthiest Atlanta is the wealthiest city for black people in the world. Okay, there are people that are making here that aren't making it anywhere else. We've been the best state to do business over the last number of years. And there is a brand out there. And people think you know, for whatever reason, they can just purge that brand one thing I want to mention before we go out to the break that just Outraged me. This this attorney Lin Wood, which I have had limited interaction with. I had a couple of seasons assist letters from him over the years, so I want to be completely You know, clear and unbiased about that and disclose everything. Yesterday on Twitter. He tried to say that the death Of that young man who worked for Harrison deal who worked for Kelly Leffler was somehow tied to the cover up on this election. I think that it's like the lowest of low. And to a family who is grieving. To throw some stupid thing out there like that, with no evidence just that he had a car wreck and know something has to happen. I just think it's sad, and it shows a real lack of moral character. And I'm outraged about it. We're gonna take a break right now. When we come back, we're going to talk more. We've got a guest. It's going to be talking about what the impact on Medicare and Social Security is going to be related to this Senate runoff will be back on morning tone. Christmas is a time for giving. That's why we're giving you a double portion of news and information, get it online and access wdun dot com and on your radio on North Georgia's news talk Am 5 50 FM one or 2.9 w D'you in Imagine getting a check for $10,000 to reimburse you for the cost of your Bryant.

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"karen handel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"karen handel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"So we kind of want this cold weather to come so we can have these events take place so we can start working on things like that Asparagus. In the meantime. Um, good time to add color. There's lots of good color that can come out in your asparagus bed Tow let things to really well. And We can get the panties. Snapdragon feel lissome off. Allison has that beautiful scent to it. This is the time of year for those cold crops. Um You can start those out there. They can handle this. Whether they can put on a really beautiful color for you. There are hanging baskets that you conducive There are several plants that may not Um, have color to them per se, but have a texture. Rosemary's love in this weather. It's a matter of fact. Many of our rosemary's want this cold weather because that's when they bloom. You get that beautiful blue plume of the rosemary and you know Rosemary is an amazing plant to have in your garden anyway. It is relatively low. Karen Handel see Texas Heat It is moderately drought tolerant. What's more, that bloom comes at a period of time. There's not a lot of food out there for pollinators. The bees love the rosemary blossom soda, lots of other pollinators and having that in your garden, Of course, you get fresh rosemary for culinary reasons or the beautiful center Rose aren't But you're helping the pollinators out at the same time to Rosemary's a fantastic herb they have in your garden and of course, in this cool weather, several of the other herbs Like we should see or cilantro doing pretty well now. We should see Bill and fennel really thriving. Parsley should be going crazy right now, so this is the cool weather season, he said. The cool weather plants And you know till Colonel parsley, cilantro. If you allow them to bloom. There's a whole bunch of beneficial insects. Absolutely love it. Green lace wings and ladybugs and my new pirate bugs love the flowers of these herbs because there's lots of nectar, Adam So if you have these plants in your garden, don't be afraid to let them bloom. They're attractive blooms and super beneficial for the very infects. We want our garden help Take care of stuff. Folks, This is gardening. Naturally, we're up against our first break..

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Senate Control Still Unclear: 2020

Mornings on Maine Street

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Senate Control Still Unclear: 2020

"Come on members of Congress in Georgia, faring pretty well on election night, But there are some new faces goingto Washington from our state as well. First of all in the sixth House District Democrat Lucy McBath, defeating Karen Handel in a rematch between the two in the seventh, which encompasses for Sy thing, Gwinnett County. Caroline Bordeaux, edging Republican Rich McCormick. Now the Democrats who won reelection Sanford Bishop, Hank Johnson and David Scott. Republicans returning to Washington include Buddy Carter, Drew Ferguson, Austin Scott Barry Loudermilk, also Rick Allen and then Jody Hice of the 10th district. No faces in the fifth District Democrat Nike, Mo Williams, easily winning John Lewis's seat. And then, of course, Republican Andrew Clyde victorious and the ninth District in North Georgia, considered the most conservative district in the state. We are still waiting on the result of one of George's US Senate race is the race between David Perdue and John S off remains too close to call. We do know, however, that Republican incumbent Kelly Leffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock will meet in a run off for the other Senate seat. We're not thanking his supporters last night, you for pushing me one step closer. Of the Senate because when I get there you will go with me. Your concerns will go with me. Your issues will go with the runoff for the unexpired term of Senator Johnny Isakson set for January 5th Republican Congressman Doug Collins of Gainesville coming in third in that race.

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Runoffs set in 5 Georgia congressional primaries

Atlanta's Morning News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Runoffs set in 5 Georgia congressional primaries

"No run off is needed in Georgia's sixth congressional district race Karen Handel easily wins the Republican primary setting up a rematch with incumbent Lucy McBath in district thirteen long time U. S. representative David Scott is forced into a runoff in the democratic primary with challenger Keesha waits district seven Democrats call Caroline Bordeaux and Brenda Romero meet in a runoff to determine who meets Republican rich McCormick and in the night district to run offs Republicans Matt Gertler and Andrew Clyde at the top Democrats are brick siskin and Devin

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"karen handel" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"karen handel" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"Go. Okay Well Jackie. Maybe while he thinks you have a question apple now. I've had a question because we if discussed while we listened to your podcast. Like if you're ever on here what will we WANNA ask While we will watching scrubs so I assume you'll have seen the last season season. I'm not the best season. I don't know what you're talking. We don't even know the reason. I didn't know there was a season high talk. Jackie the first rule of season nine is there is no seattle. Don't they make it as season nine on? Hulu so I was wondering your feelings on season nine. In general I I thought season nine had some very funny moments. You know I was going through a lot during season nine like I got new teeth while we were doing season nine. So there are a couple of episodes where my teeth like Ma. I didn't know your teeth didn't come 'til season nine and that's when I changed it up and got these big ASS pearly Ya anyway. There's some really funny performances and season nine day frank of makes me laugh. You know In season nine and outside of the show I have great memories of nine. I also have really bad memories of season nine. I knew it was over. I knew we weren't necessarily making the show that the fans wanted. But did you miss while you were in a lot of the episode? I was I was only in the first six. We only did thirteen. Well did you miss me for the seven so much but the the point is I you know. I didn't mind season nine granite. I've never really watched any of the episodes of scrubs anyway so it all Kinda seems it felt like we were still doing our job but Yeah it was weird. It was weird for multiple reasons one. I was leaving and that was in the air. Also also eight seasons had been shot as you may know from just us talking about in the past in this abandoned hospital and then for season nine. We moved to a traditional studio backlot and all and so they built that fake hospital on a stage and the classroom stuff was on a stage and it felt weird to me. It felt like jump. The Sharkey a bit if you will. You're going to jump a shark. You might as well do it season nine though we we did. I mean you know. We're so blessed. We went nine seasons but it just felt. I don't know I felt weird about it and I to this day. It's going to be funny. We keep going and decided to make a disease tonight. It's GonNa be me because I've never seen them so I will be watching them for the very first time but I know day. Franko is so funny and I. I discovered Keri Shea because I put her in a pilot and then bill saw the pilot. Yeah I think Kerry northwestern graduate mind. You is very talented. But but I don't know it was weird. It a weird energy in there. You know when when you think we all knew something was coming in and we kind of. We kind of knew his time for to be over. But we KINDA didn't want it to be over and and I think in bills mind was like if these new kids if this gels with the audience could take off like like e. Er You know and just keep putting in new cast and have a keep going. I remember the moment I realized I was like Holy Shit. I'm screech Holy Shit. You were screaming and and and John is building. I was like Holy Shit. Yeah especially after. I did read. I don't know if you guys talked about it or else looked it up that it was almost Season with almost supposed to be like a not a spinoff kind of but like you know they were going to call it something different like well. It is a spin bro. It's not the same episode right. If it's not same show. If you recognize season came like a year and a half later and not necessarily a year later you know what I mean I was I leaving. And the the idea was to help launch this new series so jd would be there for six episodes to like make the audience feel like it. Wasn't that different. And then I would tiptoe out and Karen Handel clearly off to carry Boucher and and it was going to be like scrubs med school like the idea right yeah and You know we're we're teachers now. We had gotten so far into the silly round by that time to you. Know what I mean like it was very broad. Yeah absolutely dude like you and I dressed up as a cowboy and what was the name of that guy who I think may have passed. He was very funny. The Security Guard Guy. Yes yes he did he pass away he did pass away yes. Joel is going to get his name for us when he was very funny. I remember doing some funny stuff with him while I was there for season nine. Do you have another look? I'm just Trans Trans Shock. Yeah Request Donald Concern With the song. The only request is that if I can do a sequence of numbers that after the numbers a song planes you guys always doing the pocket. I don't want to say is if I say. Oh you want to do it in way. What is done? It already know. He's very respectful. I.

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"karen handel" Discussed on Primary Ride Home

Primary Ride Home

07:28 min | 3 years ago

"karen handel" Discussed on Primary Ride Home

"Up some Georgia's Senate News. We have a new candidate with the potential to bring in a ton of money and endorsements. Jon Ossoff announced this morning that he is running in the Democratic primary hoping to take on Republican Senator David Purdue in two thousand twenty. If if the name ossoff sounds familiar you're probably remembering in from two thousand seventeen when he ran me special election for a vacant house seat in Georgia so super long story a little shorter representative representative. Tom Price was appointed to be Secretary of Health and Human Services which left his house seat for Georgia's sixth district open that seat was seen as safely Republican but Democrats like ossoff figured they'd give but a shot there is a complex primary general election process and a ton of money poured into that race and it basically became an election about the previous election other words words did voters in Georgia when I send another Republican to the House within the trump era or switch to a Democrat well Republican Karen Handel one though Ossoff broke some fundraising records along the way to his laws he raised approximately thirty million dollars in that race and secured major endorsements within Georgia so fast forward two years in office US Office on the hunt again we have to get through another Democratic primary and to get the general against purdue but he has some strong backing coming out of the gate he already has the endorsement of Representative John Lewis Lewis who also backed him for that Congressional race a few years back office facing field with three other Democrats but he's easily the best known because of all that national attention and money that flowed into his previous campaign. He's a lot like Aurora in that regard. He didn't actually win the election. He is best known for reading here from an article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution a two by Greg Blue Stein quote in an interview in his grant park home offset his first act in the Senate would be to cosponsor legislation that seeks to undo the Supreme Court. It's citizens united decision and allow new restrictions on corporate political donations he said he chose to run against purdue rather than compete for these soon to be vacated seat held by Senator Johnny Johnny Isakson who is stepping down at year's end for health reasons because purdue is one of the least effective and most out of touch members of the US Senate. We're in a state state where one in three rural children live in poverty. We have the worst maternal mortality and the entire country in half a decade. This guy hasn't come down from his private private island to do a single townhall meeting. OSSOFF said he hands out favors to his donors. He runs errands for the president and quote. How do you really feel field. You tell us more all right. Remember Ossoff lost that House race to handle well that picture changed in two thousand eighteen with the blue wave reading once more from the journal Constitution in quote in the interview also said he would he was his two thousand seventeen campaign as a blueprint for his Senate bid pointing to the more than thirteen thousand volunteers and nearly I five hundred thousand donors who gave average contributions of twenty one dollars. His defeat helped pave the way for Lucy Macbeth a gun control advocate who upset upset handle last year. My candidacy was such a threat the Republicans at the highest level made my destruction their highest priority Ossoff said and I- narrowly lost lost that race we built something special and enduring and I'm still standing ready to fight his remarks laced with criticism of Republicans offered a preview campaign that would not hesitate to clash with purdue or trump. I learned never to be intimidated from telling my own story and touting my own accomplishments by the inevitable partisan smears that will come. I'm from Super Pacs in Washington said off. I've been through the fire. I no longer care what they say about me and quote well. It sounds like the definition of fired up to me. Hey now let's listen to his campaign launch video for some context this starts with scenes of election night in two thousand sixteen and a variety of voters watching TV late at night and getting the news that trump I've had one it moves on from there as those same voters who apparently real people go on to get engaged in politics as a result and by the way off is a documentary filmmakers. This is essentially a micro documentary about himself and partisan politics. They healthy dose of self promotion and advertising thrown in listening. Donald Trump wins the Dow. It's a moment none of us will forget but from the darkness. Americans picked ourselves on women marched. We fought back. I knew I had to join fight. See My mother came here as an immigrant when she was twenty two because she believed achieved in America she and my dad with a first in their families to graduate college. They taught me to be kind and to stand up for what I think is right. I served served as national security aide in Congress row work to stop the spread of nuclear weapons and investigated surveillance and abusive American citizens. I couldn't stand the corruption so why became an anti-corruption journalist leading a company but his take on powerful corporations contract killers crooked police and Isis Walker plus for that work. We've faced retribution violence and even death do but I believe we are all called to fight the abuse of our even when the odds are against against this so from the darkness in a district where the last Democrat lost by twenty three points. I ran for Congress a young Democrat named John Awesome making making a strong showing in a traditionally Republican district two seat has been held by Republicans since nineteen seventy nine John Office been such a good candidate fabulous jaw awesome brilliant as they energy to lead us to a better place. We say that we have more in common than we have. A WE reject fear ear and scapegoated we are courageous we are and we know how to fight who's energized young people histon showing over berating all the way to the White House. Donald Trump is taking this one personally. Clearly the guy's Got Georgia on his mind is going to raise your taxes. Destroy your health care and he's for open broaders. It was one of the toughest races in history and heartbreaking loss but we were just getting started. We showed the world that in places where no no one thought it was even possible to fight we fight. This is the beginning of something much bigger than us. John's race proved that we can make progress so we can get closer. What John Did was knock John Doors and turn out voters that we haven't seen vote in the state in decades. We didn't give up young people like Felicia. Mother's like Liz and father's like Muhammed Georgians who poured their hearts and souls into campaign for the first time they didn't give they went on to help flip fourteen State House districts they joined the army but Stacey Abrams built to change our state forever and they helped Democrats across this country when back the house because they believe like my wife Alicia and I believe that women have a right to their own healthcare decisions then our children deserve clean beautiful healthy planet that America's prosperity should guarantee all of us healthcare and a living wage and that our democracy depends on defending every American's right to vote. We believe the battle that began in Georgia and twenty me seventeen will be one in Georgia in twenty twenty when we flip the Senate and win the White House the world. We're building together is so close that we can almost almost see it but we have to fight for now. We know how to fight.

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"karen handel" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"karen handel" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"We'll get to that a little bit. Okay so democrats are meeting in atlanta with officials from the democratic senatorial campaign committee and the d._n._c. <hes> these groups want to pick who the democrat democrat is going to be to run the isaac since they're really really concerned about a situation where the governor pick someone to replace johnny isakson soon that person is able to serve january to november build name i._d. As an as an actual senator raise money as an actual senator and then you have three thousand democrats who all wanna get advanced to show up and try to beat them and what happens is the democrats divide themselves up five ways to none and the republican incumbent senator is actually elected. They're deeply worried about that so what the national democrats want to do. Is they want to come down and they want to pick the winner in advance. Now i gotta tell you i am at least intellectually consistent on this. I think primaries do a good thing. I think primaries series forced candidates to do a better job. Take the sixth congressional district. There are a lot of people i know who are mad at me for backing karen handel again in the sixth congressional district considering. She lost against lucy and i get it. I do not think it was her fault. I think there were external factors at play. I think that the outside groups abandoned the ground game. <hes> the race was very close. She would've won. She was let down by outside groups. It was not her fault. She did everything she could in a waiver for the democrats and she lost and not by much. I say give it another another shot. She knows the district's knows the people she has the name i._d. Go fort. I understand that the people they're concerned the other side but <hes> i've had several friends ends of mind say you you know you should also if you're supporting karen you should be browbeating the other people and trying to get them out of the race and i have no intention of doing that and the reason i i have no intention of doing that is because i think a primary makes a stronger general election candidate. Now there are people who say well. They're gonna spend all their money in the primary and they're going to have done for the general i get that's a valid concern but i think it is far better to vet the candidates through a primary process than it is to have them run without a primary and essentially that's what the democrats want they do is they want to deny someone to clarify in process of a primary and thrust them into what is essentially a general election without having been vetted in excuses that while you're all going to be on the ballot together so what i think what will happen otherwise is let's. Let's be honest here. The democrats do not have strong bench right now. That's just the honest fact name measure with the exception of stacey abrahams name a major democrat in the state you there really aren't any there you can say michael thurmond who who is is how old and been wearing and done what for how long win john barrow same situation <hes> becoming rapidly perennial candidate who were the prominent democrats in the state eight of georgia there really aren't any. You're having to go down to people like jerry boston the d._a..

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"karen handel" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"karen handel" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"He was in third place. <music> democrats and republicans were working together to keep him out of the runoff in the reason they wanted to keep him out of the runoff is because he's been rather upfront that ease not a fan of the speaker and things the speaker is doing more harm than good and that the speaker needs to go david ralston <hes> and so you got a bunch of democrats and republicans volcker's rallied to keep him out we we raised this. Put this on people's radar down in <hes> in fayette county. Most of the district is in coweta county a little bit spills over into fayette. Hey it county and he went from third place to first place and he won. He won the initial election but remember. There's gotta be a runoff for this. It's a jungle primary all the candidates for piled up on the ballot <hes> and so he's going into the runoff now thirty six point eight percent <hes> marcy sacriston thirty four point two percent now what they're really really interesting thing here is that democrats suggested given the dynamics of this district. It is suburban ex urban. It is a women voters will turn out more women voters particularly in these sorts of various they don't like donald trump and so that would give jill prouty the democrat a fighting chance when you combine their disgust with donald trump with their disgust over disgust over the fetal heartbeat legislation this would be an area where democrats would be able to make inroads. These sorts of districts are the district's. The democrats need to win to take back the house. That's what the democrats. That is what the democrats said. It's not what i said. It's not with the media said it's what the democrats it and what what did they do. The democrat lost the two people who support the fetal heartbeat legislation one <hes> so marshy saxon philip singleton they will head into a runoff singleton. Singleton is not supported by davison sacriston issue got money from david ralston. I think he just assumed she was going to win because she is. Lynn westmoreland started the former congressman <hes> but him giving her money was a blight on her candidacy and dragged her down. She was ahead. Well ahead fact if you go out to. The seventy first district did that. I did the other day. Her signs were everywhere unit thought she'd win without a runoff signed her everywhere but man ralston gave her money and a republican should be all notice around the state eight. David ralston gives you money. You're going to have a tough time right now and we're seeing that all over the state. Perhaps they should consider. It's time for him him to step aside but i doubt they will. Republicans republicans just aren't bright when it comes to stuff like this the they they wanna protect themselves goals and they think the way to protect themselves as to stand on the status quo even when it is clear that the status quo is taken on water and going to sink. That's what they're doing now. The democrats are trying to learn some lessons <hes> from what republicans did in the six district special election <hes> remember that raise with jon ossoff against the the the two thousand plus republican candidates karen handel one that on the republican side ultimately beat off in a close special election where the democrats poured board in as much as they could to win that district in in ossoff could not pull it off well now. The democrats are getting together in atlanta in a crisis this meeting with the national democrats. We're they say they're not gonna let the democrats pick. Who's going to be the democrat to run in the isaacs a special election and yet some of the democrats are coming out of this say in <hes> sounds like washington wants to pick our candidate by the way at the top of the hour. I want to talk to you about the georgia four hundred expansion. It's kind of funny to me that george warrender was for the longest time a toll road and now they want to build toll roads on torture four hundred..

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"karen handel" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"karen handel" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Talk <hes> there's some rain still <music> south of i twenty on the east side <hes> it is impacting the locust grove area right now but moving moving out of the way there everything is moving ving east. You're you're northside right now. Everything is good so i think i can dispense with the radar readings for now and i want to delve off into the human trafficking story. Chris chandler was mentioning because i actually think this is a very big deal. <hes> and we need to pay attention to it. This is something that transcends partisanship in the united states. I have mentioned this before. I will tell you again that i i got elected to city council down in macon and served. One term actually left <hes> few months early from my term because i got a job on radio and here a w._s._b. In couldn't be an elected official in on radio. I wouldn't run for a second term anyway and i wasn't gonna keep a part time job and and not <hes> take a new full-time job <hes> so i left but i stayed in knox was very gracious to allow me to stay in finish the only thing i wanted to do on city council and that was passed a new law to fight human trafficking and win about it in a very different way not really what happens cities they don't know what to do and by the way brian and karen handel both have a starring role in this normally what you do is you get law enforcement in erade these asian theme massage parlors that crop up around town <hes> they are presumed to be fronts for human trafficking taking by a lot of people in law enforcement whether they are not <hes> that is the presumption anna little local governments say hey now hey you you can't do this. Were <music> taken law enforcement away from reasonable things <hes>. This isn't a big deal that they're they may not actually be human trafficking there and that was one of the things i ran into. I also ran into the fact that there was one member of our city council and making who was a big landlord and the clinton administration did a big big review of human trafficking and one of the things they did was <music> determined that a lot of these businesses that participated human trafficking they rent from well connected politically active landowners landlords. It's and they oftentimes try to find landlords who are all in city councils or county commissions or sheriffs who have side jobs as landlords enriched from them because they're less likely it to be pursued and that was always a suspicion of mind that the guy who is the chief obstacle to cracking down was in fact someone who was the landlord who owned a lot of commercial real estate and anyway we wound up doing is we took kind of novel approach. Karen handel actually suggested tested it when she was secretary of state and then of course she left and brian kemp <hes> became secretary of state and he just poured himself into the issue. That's actually where i got to know brian kemp and where i actually developed tremendous respect for him. Karen handel had kind of modeled. Here's what i think you should do. Through the regulatory power instead of the police power and then brian came in he intuitively understood what the suggestion had been and worked within then the secretary of state's office to develop certain regulations <hes> that no legitimate massage business would have problems with in fact act <hes> we worked within make an end then the state regulatory agencies worked with legitimate businesses and said what can you do that doesn't raise the cost steve opening your business but is something that one of these illegitimate places would want to do and it was actually now so here's again in the secretary of state at the time brian kemp worked with legitimate licensed businesses and we did this in the city of making as well when i was on city council there to figure out how we could cut down on these too many of which service fronts prema- trafficking we established i that they did we did do police rates and we found number people who were presumed to be victims of human trafficking. We certainly found <hes> prostitution happening. <hes> appeared to be human trafficking and the reason is because there where people who were sleeping on the premises <hes> in other factors including lot of people who did not speak english at all <hes> in we're clearly scared and you get one of the things surprisingly and so this is how we wanted.

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"karen handel" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"karen handel" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"It's great to be here with all of you and and also with an awful lot of friends. There's one friend in particular. I wanted to mention at the beginning. We've known each other for many years. In the of course this conservative move his voice and his values are respected by people all across this country and i can tell you our administration asian is grateful for his friendship for his support and for his leadership in the conservative movement. Would you join me in thanking the founder of the resurgent sergent and one of the most prominent conservatives in america eric erickson. Well thank you mr vice president. That was totally unexpected. I squeak for the apollo eleven countdown. Well committee is eric erickson here atlanta's. There's even use that was vice president. Mike pence this weekend's resurgent gathering y'all i. It really takes a lot to make me mad. <hes> really takes a lot lot to make me mad and i tried to be rather laid back and even keeled but man the when it comes to this the coverage of the shootings this weekend <hes> the atlanta journal constitution. I think is hit a real low <hes> particularly because they tried to drag me in my conference into it and it really makes me mad and i really expect that the a._j._c. will apologize several years ago i off handedly referred to them as new bore choose to as the the <hes> urinal constipation and we're all owned by the same parent company and they were livid that i said it on air <hes> got very upset and in complained ain't and i've never called them that again and today in the a._j._c. <hes> it reads like jim galloway wrote it i i assume jim galloway did and i got a good relationship alicia with jim galloway which makes it even makes me even more mad about it because he he knows how to get in touch with me to ask the question <hes> i had karen handel onstage with me at the resurgent gathering authoring on saturday taking on lucic bath and galloway suggests in his column. I did not ask karen handel about the shooting in el paso so texas for political reasons or any of the other people on stage at the research gathering for political reasons in fact. I had a series of tweets sometime sometime late in the weekend. I think i'll say it might have been late saturday night. It might have been sunday. I don't know it all blurs together. <hes> that republicans really don't need to engage on this issue because the media already has a narrative to blame republicans claim that their property white supremacist avoiding the issue in in in the tank for guns and and i think jim galloway it his political 'insider column proves my point by the way he handled this by throwing that that tweet up and say oh. I guess this isn't why he asked any of the people. The shooting happened at eleven thirty central israel time twelve thirty eastern time. <hes> karen handel wasn't on stage until one thirty. It's it's the dog that didn't bark dot dot playing sherlock holmes. It makes me livid that he would suggest that without even bothering to ask there is a really easy answer answer for why i did not ask any of the candidates about the shooting and el paso texas and you can go to the resurgent dot com and pull up my piece where i have the screen shots from my cell phone. The first breaking news alert out of el paso did not hit the wires until three forty seven.

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"karen handel" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"karen handel" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Enter dan. All right. Let's go. Okay, I have I watch a lot of it consume. A lot of conservative content. I produce it myself, but I'm a fan of a bunch of shows just work at FOX, I enjoy Hannity show, Ingram show and Tucker show as well. My wife really likes Tucker show and he had a guest on last night. That was incredible. And rarely will you see the two divergent views of the immigration crisis in America summed up as eloquently as this guest. He had on did. And it's a point. I've been making for a long time, Joe, that we talk past each other liberals and conservatives because conservatives talk in facts and liberals, talk into motion, I have these debates with Geraldo allow where they said. Well, we got to be compassionate, great nice. We are compassionate, but compassion isn't a legislative proposal, compassionate. That that's not a proposal. I don't even know what, what, what are you talking about? We've we take in millions of people on. On our side, and the conservative side, we often make the distinction to people who refuse to make this distinction that there is a difference between immigration and illegal immigration. We are not opponents of legal immigration. That's labor sensitive and done the right way. Not that many. I know it's a very small number of conservatives who believe that. Illegal immigration is different. It's lawbreaking liberals like the conflict to two. So Tucker had this guest on last night. He is a professor and associate professor at a university, and listen to the way he sums this up. He does a really great job of explaining this lumping, legal and illegal immigration. Together is not only wrong. It's deeply offensive. It's like lumping pharmacists and drug dealers together and calling an illegal immigrant a quote undocumented immigrant is like calling a drug dealer, quote an unlicensed pharmacist or a student who intentionally cheated on a test a quote answer key. Borrower, there have been numerous studies, Harvard Professor George borough set conducted, the most in-depth statistical analysis on the negative consequences of illegal immigration on the American economy, and how that directly lowers two incomes of high school graduates, those with less than a high school diploma in the United States, I always vote. In every single election. I'm a proud Georgia Republican, I vote in the Republican primary, and I'm the work as hard, as I can't help my friend congresswoman Karen Handel gear reelected in twenty twenty and the Georgia's sixth district for one thing is United States has twelve million illegal immigrants. No other country on earth has slow million illegal immigrants in give birthright citizenship to the children of illegal immigrants. So if you look at Canada, you look at Austrailia they have merit-based immigration system that gives royalty to those with college degrees, English, speaking skills, and job skills that can contribute to their economy. So they have very few illegal immigrants. Have you what I don't understand what he said. That's even controversial me. Of course, that appearance always generates a bunch of negative emotions on the left because they can't make the distinction or I shouldn't say they can't they refuse to make the distinction between what will be a net benefit to our country in the long run people who want to be here. People who want to be here through the legal process, people who want to be here, and work and contribute, and add value. Create companies create jobs, create wealth, create cross prosperity, create charity, ladies and gentlemen. I, I am not an no conservative..

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"karen handel" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"karen handel" Discussed on KGO 810

"Coming up in about twenty minutes. I got it. It's an interesting news on jeopardy. So you wanna hang in for that. I'll tell you about that. Oh, this is a story that I kind of stumbled across and it involves a, a democrat. Well, a woman who won a GOP, formerly held GOP seat in, in north North Carolina. Actually being Georgia and her name is Lucy. Mc bath. And it was it was kind of like a suburban revolt against Trump. And she the, the woman, she was a woman named Karen Handel of Republican, and she lost her seat. Back in twenty. AT and like the lot of lot of it was me to in two thousand eighteen. Right. A lot of. Attention paid to what women were going through. And this woman in particular had gone through a lot because her teenage son, Jordan days. Davis was senselessly shot to death while working at a gas station. And so, you know, so she ran on gun control, and on, on focusing on gun control and health care in the ads that you ran against your opponent, who had been against any kind of gun legislation and also a Trumper and. Republicans ran these scare tactics. Trying to tie MacBeth. You know, again, too Nancy Pelosi, the GOP's favored, boogie woman and the attacks fell flat. And MacBeth one despite the fact Republicans had long held the seat. She cared it by two point margin and Trump had won that area by two point margin in two thousand sixteen and she wanted big anyway. So now the national national Republicans are working hard to get MacBeth out. So, so you got it. So you got handle the woman that was there before, and MacBeth, who is there now MacBeth ran on, on not the fact that her son had been murdered, but it was known as part of her background background in made her politically active is that there's a lot of people I mean, I need to know. John is pretty good. John Walsh, was the guy who was from America's most wanted me and his son was taken killed, and decapitated in Florida thirty some years ago and you know. It does. I can get what motivates people like that. So they were this woman handle was doing a fundraiser, and at this fundraiser, she was overheard talking about her opponent, and she was saying that she's going to she has to run against you won't be able to do this. Listen..

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"karen handel" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"karen handel" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Arizona state left to right Saint John's right to left in the first half or mellow whites. Marvan Clark getting ready to jump it up. Arizona state six two in their last eight games. The only losses the Pac twelve tournament champion, Oregon. One of them the Pac twelve semi finals last Friday in overtime. And Clark already falls in the air white wins, the tip and Arizona state has the games. I possession. This one will take on the sixth seed buffalo in Tulsa on Friday marking on the right wing for state down low cheetah talking from the baseline. Puts it up off. The Mark whiten offensive rebound on the weak side. Nope. Car cools down the rebound out of bounds. Last touch by Saint John's ball both these teams averaging just under eighty points per game. It's not going to be a battle a tempo. Both teams love to push the ball. Get it up and down the floor. Aunts has it sleeves on both of his legs. Rock leave on his right arm down to Justin Simon drifts to his right over to Mustafa heroin on the left wing. It's short and pulling down the rebound is rob Edwards for Zona state. To light cheat them nearside trotting just in front of us. Tomorrow talk Martin trying to step back three over the sheet amid post right back to up top Dort, six four two hundred fifteen pounds. Open the Morton on the left wing, Arizona state down. Low sparked down to pass out foul on jumper, one triple from the white spins out rebound, Eljay Piccolo and Saint John a little bit of hesitation Mary took a dribble to get about six inches closer to the basket. You gotta take that first opened book parents Bullock feed inside Figueroa missed the layup, loosen. The cleric secured by white are scoreless. Replayed almost a minute a half, George to his left corner works three pointer. Edwards has the games first point three to nothing. Arizona state. Edwards is an x factor for the sun devils, they're six and one any scores fifteen points or more. Karen Handel at the hash Mark light side for Saint John's swinging around the sun screen by Clark. Trumper by Simon is too strong. Head words with another rebound for Arizona state. With this light armor, give it up to Martin between the circles Martin propane. Nola Nola torque, hanging hitting off the glass and a great job, Iran. Andy Martin finding Dory on that back door cut and looking at Lou door. I don't know what they are feeding kids these that is a fresh freshman were not that big. I played in college. Go to Montreal. Simon at the elbow to Figaro is slashing the land floater is short up the front of the random Edwards, another rebound boteach traveled as he tried to initiate the break. To go between the legs. Edwards? Tons it. Over five to nothing L isone states seventeen thirty eight Mark first half. Dort you looking at Dorton con standing next to each other Dorsey got away. Thirty five forty more pounds. Not sure listed as certainly what it looks like. From the top of the York Shomari Pons thirty six percent from downtown. Saint John's is on the board. Martin caught up at the elbow strip signing accelerating. Is good just like that were tied at five and that of Saint John's gang. They are looking to gamble and get into those passing lanes. We talked about seventeenth in the country at nine steals per game. And that's an example of what they are capable of. Right there. Three minutes gone by her staff. Five to five hundred score Edwards up top. It's against top of the key. Now picks up the dribble doubts. It. Elbowed silent cheated dashes to sheet of God with a foul a three point play opportunity for the fifth year senior and he gets Arizona state of seventy-five lease..

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"karen handel" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"karen handel" Discussed on WSB-AM

"O'Brien with the WBZ twenty four hour news center. Top story this half hour. US Senator Elizabeth Warren communist to Georgia today to meet with activists in Gwinnett county that makes her the first twenty twenty presidential candidate visit Georgia the Massachusetts Democrat will be at central Gwinnett high school in Lawrenceville at four forty five pm as far two per state seven state campaign, organizing tour new at three thirty DeKalb county. Fire is investigating an overnight fire at the China cafeteria on Memorial Drive, nobody inside at the time. And right now, the focus is on what started the fire WSB's top national story. Police have taped off suburban Chicago apartment unit where the suspect in the fatal shootings of six people at an industrial warehouse was believed to have lived Aurora, Illinois. Police chief Kristen Zemun identified. The gunman Friday as forty-five-year-old Gary Martin chief semen says Martin was about to be fired Atlanta's northern suburbs are the political crosshairs for the twenty twenty elections. Georgia's sixth and seventh congressional districts were drawn originally to be safely Republican over a dozen candidates may run in the seventh. The sixth will likely see Republican Karen Handel repeat her run against incumbent democrat Lucy McNabb. WBZ.

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"karen handel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"karen handel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Amac, let's go straight to your calls waiting patiently online full. Lisa from Atlanta. Welcome aboard. Lisa. Sebastian thanks for taking my call. Absolutely. First caller of the day, cool. I was calling about Stacey Abrams because I have Atlanta Georgia. And the reason the DNC is putting her there is they're hoping she will run for the Senate and deceit. David Perdue with twenty twenty raising her national profile, get out of state donations to come in. So it's just money. I think so in her case they have really worked hard to pick off Georgia and turn Georgia in their pollen. I don't know if you're familiar with Karen Handel. She was the one who they love Jon Ossoff because he almost beat her that then she was able she lost to democrat this last go round. So we lost a really good Republican Representative. Not qualified democrat who I think benefited from out of state money. So yeah, I think Stacy is gonna be around in the Senate does she have a chance what what what's happening in Georgia? Politically does a person like this. John's. Because hopefully, not much of a. But the metro counties, you know, we're sort of like that national trend of leaning democrat, right? You have a lot of people moving to Georgia. Unfortunately, when the failing democrat state, people leave they come here that they haven't apparently learned not to vote democrat. That's funny. How that works. It's like all the people who run away from California or from Connecticut, and then they actually still support the things that. In the so they left, you know, we had enough carpetbaggers after the civil war. We don't need to..

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Abrams and Kemp virtually tied in Georgia governor's race

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:00 min | 4 years ago

Abrams and Kemp virtually tied in Georgia governor's race

"Camp. The Republican secretary of state you were just talking about leading in our poll by one point forty six forty five over Stacey Abrams. Keep in mind, though, there is a third candidate here the libertarian Ted Mets getting four percent why that is so crucial here. Georgia sort of unique among states, they have a run off provision in governor's races in so of neither nor Abrahams. Get fifty percent on election day in November of Mets gets a few points keeps them both under fifty this goes to a runoff that run off would be held on December fourth. So that is the wildcard there. Also, the governor's race the intensity in it. The high interest in it we may be seeing a bit of a ripple effect in to congressional races. In Georgia, remember nationally, Democrats trying to pick up twenty three seats. Here's a blast from the past member about a year year and a half ago special election in Georgia's sixth district of suburbs. North of Atlanta, John. Was the democratic hated at the Democrats ported thirty million bucks fell short Karen Handel one that special election now, she's running for a full term. And look at this Opole out this week shows are only leading by four points. This is making Republicans nationally nervous just this week. They through more than a million dollars into this race at the last minute trying to keep he ahead in this race. Interestingly in this poll, you're seeing right here. Stacey Abrams democratic candidate for governor. Leading in this district by a point so could Abrahams actually ended up having an effect helping Lucy MacBeth the democratic heated here next door, the seventh district again suburbs. Just outside Atlanta. Traditionally Republican Trump though, did not do as well in this district as norm as Republicans normally do again poll this week showing the Republican incumbent they're only ahead by six head in this race. But it shows you in those suburbs. Democrats this is the kind of place if they get that extra burst of energy. This is one to keep an eye on potentially on Alexa. So it's

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What to expect from Mike Pompeo's confirmation hearing

Atlanta's Morning News

02:06 min | 4 years ago

What to expect from Mike Pompeo's confirmation hearing

"City will not say if that was paid or not wbz news time is five sixteen the ajc and channel to file a formal complaint accusing atlanta's city hall of a culture of political interference with open records requests this has been a real problem for anybody who tries to get basic records out of the city of atlanta for a long time channel two's richard belcher says the complaint outlines ten examples against the city including filing fake documents a democrat challenging congresswoman karen handel and the sixth district race shows his support for obamacare in his first tv ad bobby capable says thank god for obamacare former atlanta tv anchor says the affordable care act helped keep down medical expenses after his twins were born premature capable says it costs hundreds of thousands of dollars to keep them alive explosive new details in a sex scandal involving missouri governor eric greitens a woman claims greitens forced her to have nonconsensual sex then threatened her with violence the governor calls it a political witch hunt but missouri's house speaker todd richardson says the investigation is now expanding is not a witch hunt and the committee had no political agenda governors republican there five republicans and democrats on the state house committee signing the report describing the woman's testimony the senate begins confirmation hearings today for secretary of state nominee mike pompeo the second confirmation hearing for pompeo in the trump administration he was confirmed as director of the cia by a vote of sixty six to thirty two with a majority of democrats voting against his confirmation abc's lana zak reports the ranking democrat on the senate foreign relations committee senator bob menendez is promising a rigorous confirmation process during her confirmation hearing federal judicial nominee wendy refuses to say whether she agrees with the brown versus board of education decision desegregating the nation's public schools would be found by it and if i start coming on i agree with this case or don't agree with this case i think we'll get into a slippery slope resin trump nominated bitter to become a federal judge in the eastern district of louisiana wsb news time five eighteen next traffic update includes recheck georgia four hundred less than two minutes the.

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