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01:40 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Pricing participation may very cannot be combined with any other offer a combo meal but up up up Arizona's evening news news flash at 6 44. I'm Jeff Mum. Here's what you need to know. Right now. Just 36,835 votes separate Joe Biden and Donald Trump in Arizona. Biden leads by 1.22% points. Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs tells Gaydos and Chad that automatic recounts are triggered when the margin is 200 votes or less than 1/10 of a percent. And no court can change that. I've talked to our elections director about this. There is no legal basis where somebody could go to court and demand a recount that falls outside of those margin calls it disheartening when President Trump accuses America's election system of fraud, incumbent Arizona Congressman David Schweiger and Tom O'Halloran are holding on to three point leads. Democrat Joe Biden won big with Latino voters in Arizona, the political research firm Latino Decisions estimates Biden got 71% of the Latino vote in Arizona. Will President Trump got only 26% President? Trump continues to cut into Democrat Joe Biden's lead in Arizona. Biden currently leads by a little more than 36,000 votes are political expert Mike O'Neal expects the president to keep slicing into Biden's lead. We may be one of the closest states in the union the way this is headed and Zona will have two Democratic U. S. Senators for the first time since 1953. Our news joins The Associated Press in The New York Times in officially calling the race for former astronaut Mark Kelly, with nearly 52% of the vote over incumbent Republican Martha makes Sally's 48%..

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"latino decisions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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03:49 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Howard Air Arizona votes that count right now. Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by 36,835 votes in Arizona or 1.22% Peter same or begins our team coverage with Mohr in our state. That lead must be less than 200 votes or less than 1/10 of a percent. To trigger an automatic recount. Secretary of State Katie Hobbs says a court challenge won't change that. I've talked to our elections director about this. There is no legal basis where somebody could go to court and demand a recount that falls outside of those margins, so chances are slim for President Trump. Hobbs spoke with our gate owes this afternoon. Do you feel like it's slap in the face? The president said What he said yesterday about Voter fraud will take that as yes, Hobbs understands ordinary people may be angry with how the votes are going and produce their own conspiracy theories. Every elected leader has a role in helping to bolster up our democratic institutions, and when they're not doing that it causes really damage to those institutions. She says. All elections officials, Republicans, Democrats and otherwise ensure every ballot is counted. Peter same or Katie our news. It has become unlikely that President Trump can overtake Biden and win Arizona. That's the word from the president of data Orbital George Kayla, the president needed to win this morning's update from Maricopa County by about 14 or 15%. He only won the update by about 5%. Barring anything crazy happening, most likely in panel County President Trump is expected to shrink the gap but not surpass Biden, according to data orbital. Democrat Joe Biden won big with Latino voters in Arizona. The political research firm Latino Decisions estimates Biden got 71% of the Latino vote in Arizona while President Trump got only 26% at the county level are all estimate Maricopa County with 75% support for buying 80% Shima Chan in 74% in humankind. Gary Seguro with Latino decision says Covert 19 was the top issue for Arizona Latino voters, followed by jobs. And the economy. Several top Republicans got on a conference call this afternoon to answer questions from the media on where Arizona stands on legal out challenges to verify votes cast this past Tuesday, John Roller continues our team coverage and now joins us live with Mohr. Yeah, That's right. Jeff, former acting U. S attorney, Matt Whitaker, arriving in Arizona to assess the possibility of taking legal action challenging the votes cast here in the state. Whitaker joined Arizona congressman Andy Biggs and Arizona Republican Party chairwoman Dr Kelly Ward in a Trump victory conference call. Answering questions from the media, Whitaker says he's been a made aware of rumors and in propriety. If we see any kind of systemic irregularities or things that need to be followed upon, we are pursuing those to see. Ultimately, we need to make sure that he's brought to life. Kelly Ward says. She, too, has heard rumors of poll watchers being kept far away from the counting process and also is investigating. Biggs added. He does not come in on rumors. All three told reporters to be patient and let the process play out. Live in the new center John Roller. Katie, Our new Democrat, Paul Penzone wins four more years is Maricopa County sheriff with an insurmountable lead over his Republican challenger, Penzone will serve a second term humble. That's an incredible privilege to be the sheriff and not to be reelected. I just appreciate the trust and confidence of the committee shows and May he stresses politics has no place in law enforcement. I've worked really hard to remove politics from this office and from policing. So whether someone voted for me or not, it doesn't change my attitude about The commitment that I have to serve them their families to ensure that we live in a safe community. Griselda City No, Katya are news..

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"latino decisions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here's what you need to know. Right now. Just 36,835 votes Separate Joe Biden and Donald Trump In Arizona. Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs tells ghettos and Chad that automatic recounts air triggered when the margin is 200 votes or less than 1/10 of a percent. And no court can change that. I've talked to our elections director about this. There is no legal basis where somebody could go to court and demand a recount that falls outside of those margin calls it disheartening when President Trump accuses America's election system of fraud. Incumbent Arizona Congressman David Schweikert and Tom O'Halloran are holding on to three point leads. Arizona May or may not decide who wins the race for the White House, but President Trump and Democrat Joe Biden Are locked up in quite a battle in the Grand Canyon State cars. Political expert Mike O'Neal expects the president to keep slicing into Biden's lead in our battleground state. This is right down the middle. We're headed towards a very close election, and we may be one of the closest states in the union. Arizona will have two Democratic U. S. Senators for the first time since 1953. Our news, joining The Associated Press and The New York Times and officially calling the race for former astronaut Mark Kelly over incumbent Republican Martha McSally across our new Democrat Joe Biden won big with Latino voters in Arizona. The political research firm Latino Decisions estimates Biden got 71% of the Latino vote in Arizona. While President Trump got only 26% at the county level are all estimate Maricopa County with 75% support for 80% Human County in 74% in humankind. Gary Seguro with Latino decision, says Cobain 19 was the top issue for Arizona Latino voters, followed by jobs and the economy. Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone will serve for more years. Penzone says he's thankful to the voters of Maricopa County for giving him the honor and privilege to serve another term as sheriff, stressing that politics has no place in law enforcement protesters.

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"latino decisions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Trump by 36,800 votes in Arizona, Peter same or begins our quadruple live team coverage with more in our state. That lead must be less than 200 votes or less than 1/10 of a percent to trigger an automatic recount. Secretary of state Katie Hobbs says Ah court Challenge won't change that. I've talked to our elections director about this. There is no legal basis where somebody could go to court and demand a recount that falls outside of those margins, so chances are slim for President Trump. Hobbs spoke with our gate owes this afternoon. Do you feel like it? Slap in the face? The president said What he said yesterday about Voter fraud. I'll take that as yes, Hobbs understands ordinary people may be angry with how the votes are going and produce their own conspiracy theories. Every elected leader has a role in helping to bolster up our democratic institutions, and when they're not doing that it causes really damage to those institutions. She says. All elections officials, Republicans, Democrats and otherwise ensure every ballot is counted. Peter Same or Katie. Our news? What does Arizona's latest vote count mean? For the presidential race? Cars? Alley Ventnor has more. It has become unlikely that President Trump can overtake Biden and win Arizona. That's the word from president of Data. Orbital George Kayla's the president needed to win this morning's update from Maricopa County by about 14 or 15%. He only won the update by about 5%. Barring anything crazy happening, most likely in panel County, it is highly unlikely that he is still on the trajectory to take over Arizona. I'll be typed, and it's going to significantly closer but most likely not close enough. But this Olivetti Katie our NEWS Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden won big with Latino voters in Arizona. Griselda City. No continues. Our Arizona votes team coverage with that story. The political research firm Latino decisions estimates by it and got 71% of the Latino vote in Arizona, while President Trump got only 26% at the county level estimate, Maricopa County with 75% support By 80% Shima Chan in 74% inhuman Gary Segura with Latino decision says Kobe 19 was the top issue for Arizona. Latino voters with the second most important issue be jobs in the economy, which are far from resolved. The city No Katie Our NEWS, Arizona, now one of several states, where prominent Republicans are keeping a close eye on vote, counting to make sure ballots cast are legitimate. Will there be lawsuits? Where's John Roller is live in the new center with the latest well, Jeff, former acting U S attorney, Matt Whitaker, along with Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs in Arizona Republican Party chairwoman Dr Kelly Ward. Posted a Trump Victory conference call this afternoon, answering questions from the media on how the presidential vote counters going here in Arizona. What occurred patients while the vote verification process plays out, Kelly Ward was asked if she's aware of any improper actions at any of Arizona's counting center Utilized Cove it as an excuse for not allowing the observers the Republican servers to see the screens. And they were positioned behind the screen so they could see the brand name of the monitor, though not this monitor itself. Ward added that the primary responsibility for making sure observers are allowed to fairly witnessed the counting process falls on the Republican chair for counties. Congressman Andy Biggs acknowledged that he's heard rumors of such things. But he will not comment on rumors. All three urged patience to let the process play out. Live in the new center John Roller. Katie. Our new Maricopa County Sheriff, Paul Penzone will serve four more years news projects he'll defeat Republican Jerry Sheridan Sheriff Penzone says it's an honor to serve another term. I'm humbled. It's an incredible privilege to be to share and how to be reelected. I just appreciate the trust and confidence of the community shows on me. I would tell you that the work is not done with you. It'll amount to do. Penzone was the first elected to the post or was first elected to the post in 2016 after beating Controversial long time. Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Arizona will have two Democratic senators for the first time since 1964. We get reaction from Republican Congressman Paul Go so you can send anybody with me. I'm gonna work things done. Regardless, I worked with the most liberal people. I worked with the most conservative people cause I'm one of them. But the Republican representative says he was surprised Arizona voters elected a Democrat..

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"latino decisions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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05:20 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Top Phoenix magazine's top doctor 12 years in a row that sai attica dot com. Featured and cloudy tonight with a low of 73. Partly cloudy with a 30% chance of rain tomorrow. The high 76 right now in Phoenix. Partly cloudy skies 82 degrees weather is brought to you by Howard Air. Democrat Paul Penzone wins four more years is Maricopa County Sheriff Griselda Latino spoke with Penzone and she joins us now live from the new center. Penzone tells me it's an incredible privilege to serve as sheriff and not to be reelected. I just appreciate the trust and confidence of the community shows in me. He has an insurmountable lead over his Republican challenger, winning 56% of the vote. According to the latest ballot count, Penzone stresses and his second term, he will continue to keep politics out of law enforcement. I worked really hard to remove politics from this office and from policing, so whether someone voted for me or not, it doesn't change my attitude about the commitment that I have to serve them their families to ensure that we live in a safe community live in the new center Griselda Latino, Katie our news, three prominent Republicans sponsored a Trump victory conference call with the media this afternoon who answered questions about Arizona joining legal action. Challenging the vote count across the state is John Roller is live in the new center with the latest. Yeah, That's right. Jeff, Former acting U. S attorney, Matt Whitaker, along with Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs. In Arizona. Republican Party chairwoman Dr Kelly Ward hosted a Trump victory conference called this Afternoon to answer questions from the media on how the president presidential vote counters going here in Arizona. Whitaker urged to patients while the vote verification process plays out, Kelly Ward was asked if she was aware of any improper actions at any of the Arizona vote Counting center. They utilized Cove it as an excuse for not allowing the observers, the Republican servers to see the screen. And they were positioned. So they could see the brand name of the monitor, though not this monitor itself. Warren added that the primary responsibility for making sure observers are allowed to fairly witnessed the counting process falls on the Republican chair for counties. Congressman Andy Biggs acknowledge that he's heard rumors of such things but says he won't comment on rumors live in the new center John Roller are new following this morning's Maricopa County ballot dump. We're getting analysis on what it means for the fate of Arizona's choice in the presidential race. Become unlikely that President Trump can overtake Biden and win Arizona. That's the word from president of Data. Orbital George Kayla's the president needed to win this morning's update from Maricopa County by about 14 or 15%. He only won the update by about 5% that, barring anything crazy happening, most likely in panel County, it is highly unlikely that he is still on the trajectory to take over Arizona. It will be pipes and it's going to significantly closer but most likely not close enough. But this alley vet nurse Katie, our news hard political expert, Michael Neil expects the distance between the president and Joe Biden to keep shrinking in Arizona. Clearly, Trump is is gaining, but he looks like he's gay young. He's heading towards the bull's eyed. It's called a tie. Arizona will have two Democratic U. S. Senators for the first time since 1953 News joins The Associated Press in The New York Times. And officially calling the race for former astronaut Mark Kelly, with nearly 52% of the vote over incumbent Republican Martha McSally is 48%. Democrat Joe Biden won big with Latino voters in Arizona. The political research firm Latino Decisions estimates Biden got 71% of the Latino vote in Arizona while President Trump got only 26% at the county level. Maricopa County with 75% support for 80% Chinese in 74% in humankind. Garissa Girl with Latino decision, says Cobain 19 was the top issue for Arizona Latino voters, followed by jobs and the Bonomy, an update now on Maricopa County attorney Alistair Adele, who had been in the hospital since election Day. We now know she fell at home and hit her head. A spokesperson for office confirms to Katie are she underwent emergency surgery to address bleeding in her brain. She's still in the hospital in serious but stable condition but is responding well to treatment. Let's get the latest on traffic at five await live from the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center. Here's detour, Dan All right. Still working Freeway crash things Get a little flutter now. 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06:32 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Inland. Good morning. It's now 5 51. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm Lily Jamali. Latino voters overwhelmingly supported Joe Biden for the presidency. But a growing share of Latinos voted for President Donald Trump nationwide and here in California. That's according to an election Eve poll of more than 5000 Latinos. Across the U. S. Is Farida Javal a. Romero reports David Hernandez, a 72. He was born and raised in L A and chairs the Los Angeles Hispanic Republican Club. He says he voted for Donald Trump because he was the better candidate for the economy. Fiscal policies and prosperity over the past Mama's four years that it's really been a deciding factor, he says. Many Latinos working industries hard head by covert 19. Like construction and the restaurant industry. And he says Latino Trump supporters agree with the president's push to reopen the economy faster. Well, there is a concern over the disease itself. There is a more immediate concern that they're not going to be able to pay their rant that they're not going to be able to take care of their families. We won't have a full picture of how Latinos voted for a couple of months. But the American Election Eve poll gives a glimpse it found that 16% of California Latinos supported Trump in 2016. This year. It was 22% Holster. Gary Segura of Latino Decisions, says Democrats didn't do enough to engage with thes voters there. Wass et les outreach by the gunner had on blind yapping. So if you look at where the bite campaign really invested money in talking to the team knows it certainly wasn't in California. Still, the poll found that while a majority of white voters supported Trump nationwide, almost three quarters of Latinos turnout for Biden is like he knows where the only voters the election results would be blindingly clear. Larissa Martinez, the Castro is with only those US one of the advocacy, non profits that sponsored the pole. Another thing That's clear, she says. Latinos are a growing force the siding presidential elections and should not be ignored for the California report. Tomato On Tuesday, California voters passed prop 22 by a large margin backed by $200 million from Silicon Valley companies like Uber and Door Dash. Measure makes it legal for these big companies to classify workers as contractors. Sam Harnett joins me now, and Sam prop 22 passed with a ton of support 58% of the vote. I think that caught some people by surprise. Yeah, me myself. Included in the polling leading up Tio Election Day showed to be 46 42%, which is actually not a great place for a proposition to be in. But then you got to remember the gig company spent over $200 million and advertising and marketing works. The other thing to keep in mind is that we may be in a state with people who consider themselves progressive or liberal. But you know, the consumers in the state also really loved these gig. Applications They love taking their phone out and getting a cheap ride or getting insta card delivery. And the yes on 22 campaign was very Clever in crafting a proposition that assuaged any moral worries that people hadn't using these APS. I mean that the campaign was designed to make people feel like Ah, yes vote was a vote for Social justice and that it was a vote to improve the working conditions of the people on these APS, despite the fact that organized labor was opposed to it. This could have major implications for the future of work. And there are critics out there who were saying a whole new category of low rights workers has been created here. What's your sense of what prop 20 Two's passage means for the workforce? Absolutely. I mean, I think it is correct that this is not uber and let's continue to classify their workers contractors. This's big companies, creating a new sub employee gig, contractor worker category and right now in California, because a prop 20 to that category is limited to workers doing delivery or transportation through APS. But as we have seen with the regular independent contractor worker category, which was created on DH, used mainly by professionals at the beginning that has now been taken advantage of by corporations and used as a way to not play for employee benefits. So we saw independent contractor used by corporations and you can bet that corporations are looking at this new good worker category and thinking of ways that they can get in on it because it's way cheaper than paying for employee benefits. Looking at public markets, uber and lift. Both saw shares get a big big boost from investors on news that prop 22 had passed. What are the next moves that we could expect from these companies or they're going to try to take this national or even international? Absolutely. I mean, uber and lift have made no secret that they have want to get this third way in trying into federal labor law lift in its celebration, email prop trying to said that they're going to go national with this and try to get this passed everywhere and actually get companies have already gotten thiss. Third category into law in red states around the country. They've already been successful on a state by state level and they're definitely gonna go nationally. California was the first place where the government really pushed back and was on the brink of regulating these cos in a way that made them class by their workers employees. So I think other states on DH internationally. Other countries were looking to see how it played out here, and it played out in favor of big companies. All right, Sam Harnett. Thank you so much. Yeah, Thankfully, will California continues to see an uptick in new Corona virus cases, the state added more than 5000 new cases on Tuesday. Since October, California's test positivity rate has ticked up to 3.3%. Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley called the state's increase slow and steady compared with the huge case surge in the Midwest. He credited California's gradual color.

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"latino decisions" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Where they consider themselves to be walkaway of Democrats and we're going to abandon this party who was votes are who had taken them for granted, and then we're going to cast their lot with Republicans. You know, I was talking to her at a moment when she was in full spin mode and optimism because She was a candidate and trying to explain why her campaign had momentum. But you know, her point was that there was energy for Latino Trump in the Rio Grande Valley Latinos for Trump in the Rio Grande Valley. That's really something to look at and again, you know. If it's true, we'll wait to see how it ends up. But if it's true that you know Latinos moved to trump, you know around 9% of them, you know, increasing support nationally from 18% to 27% according to Latino decisions, and those numbers may well be low. If that ends up being true. You know if it were true, the other direction. That's something the Biden campaign would pay a huge amount of attention to like. How is it that Biden expanded his support among Latinos by 9%. Anytime the Latino electorate moves by 9%. That's a significant story and part of that story is in the Rio Grande Valley. And I would you know if I were Democrats pay real attention to that. Well, this listener feels like again. The Fox News is the really issue. I feel that we're in the weeds analyzing and missing the elephant in the room. All the trump supporters. I know tell me, they get all the information from Fox News. Scott Shaffer just very quickly in the last 20 seconds. I mean, you mentioned that we could have some clarity as early as this afternoon. When do you think we will know if you just want to say I know you don't have a crystal ball? Well, I think by this afternoon, a lot of these states say that they will largely have finished the counting. Pennsylvania, Michigan may take a little bit longer. But we're going to we're going to know. I think the question is, How close are they? Does it trigger any recounts? And what happens in the courts? You know what kind.

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03:42 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A month. I don't know how to live in Mexico. I never go there lion is canvassing is part of a larger effort by her union Sister organization, the Culinary Workers Union. It represents about 60,000 hospitality workers in Nevada, the majority of whom are Latino. Union began canvassing for Biden in August, Well before the Biden campaign itself started knocking on doors in Nevada. Right now, you know the Latino community has been suffering with this pandemic. Gioconda Arguello. Kline is the secretary treasurer of the Culinary Workers Union. She says President Trump's handling of the Corona virus pandemic has hit Latinos, especially hard. In Nevada. Latinos make up about 30% of the population but account for more corona virus infections than any other group. We cannot afford another four year for President Trump, and we need to be sure by then become to be the precedent. But it wasn't Biden, who most Latinos in the State caucus for back in February. Bernie Sanders was the most popular candidate. An analysis by found that of majority Latino precincts, 70% backed Sanders. This is like two some concern among Democrats that Biden isn't motivating Latino voters. But Adrian Panto Ha doesn't see it That way. That enthusiasm gap is not there. We see a highly energized looking a population. Panto Ha is an analyst for Latino decisions, a public opinion firm focused on Latinos. He says that when it comes to getting Latinos to the polls, enthusiasm doesn't matter nearly as much as voter contact people vote because either have the resource is to go to politics or because politics comes to them. And when it comes to Latinos, which is a resource for community politics, coming to them is pivotal. Back on the streets of Reno. I speak with Javier or Maldonado, The young man Leone was canvassing. He tells me his vote is going to bite. When asked why he talks less about Biden and more about Trump, he'll say something, but he'll never really think about how he's gonna do it. And later on. He just does the opposite of what he actually said. He's going to do in general that just tells me that he doesn't know what he's doing. As for Leone herself, she won't be voting at all. Not because she doesn't want to, but because she can't Is a green card holder without US citizenship. Canvassing is as close as you'll get to the ballot box. This election cycle for NPR news. I'm Benjamin Pain

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In Nevada, Latino Activists Go Door-Knocking For Biden

All Things Considered

03:42 min | 1 year ago

In Nevada, Latino Activists Go Door-Knocking For Biden

"A month. I don't know how to live in Mexico. I never go there lion is canvassing is part of a larger effort by her union Sister organization, the Culinary Workers Union. It represents about 60,000 hospitality workers in Nevada, the majority of whom are Latino. Union began canvassing for Biden in August, Well before the Biden campaign itself started knocking on doors in Nevada. Right now, you know the Latino community has been suffering with this pandemic. Gioconda Arguello. Kline is the secretary treasurer of the Culinary Workers Union. She says President Trump's handling of the Corona virus pandemic has hit Latinos, especially hard. In Nevada. Latinos make up about 30% of the population but account for more corona virus infections than any other group. We cannot afford another four year for President Trump, and we need to be sure by then become to be the precedent. But it wasn't Biden, who most Latinos in the State caucus for back in February. Bernie Sanders was the most popular candidate. An analysis by found that of majority Latino precincts, 70% backed Sanders. This is like two some concern among Democrats that Biden isn't motivating Latino voters. But Adrian Panto Ha doesn't see it That way. That enthusiasm gap is not there. We see a highly energized looking a population. Panto Ha is an analyst for Latino decisions, a public opinion firm focused on Latinos. He says that when it comes to getting Latinos to the polls, enthusiasm doesn't matter nearly as much as voter contact people vote because either have the resource is to go to politics or because politics comes to them. And when it comes to Latinos, which is a resource for community politics, coming to them is pivotal. Back on the streets of Reno. I speak with Javier or Maldonado, The young man Leone was canvassing. He tells me his vote is going to bite. When asked why he talks less about Biden and more about Trump, he'll say something, but he'll never really think about how he's gonna do it. And later on. He just does the opposite of what he actually said. He's going to do in general that just tells me that he doesn't know what he's doing. As for Leone herself, she won't be voting at all. Not because she doesn't want to, but because she can't Is a green card holder without US citizenship. Canvassing is as close as you'll get to the ballot box. This election cycle for NPR news. I'm Benjamin Pain

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"latino decisions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:55 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A high Today of 104 degrees a low tonight of 77 Expect Ohio 107 tomorrow. Right now it is 99 degrees in Phoenix. Whether brought to you by Howard Air Arizona votes my Latinos. I love the Latinos. But I've always known how great you were President Donald Trump in a Valley yesterday courting Latino voters, but a recent poll shows he isn't doing too well with this group of voters. Griselda City No begins our live team coverage. With more That's right. Martha 29% of Latino voters in Arizona plan to vote for President Trump compared with 63% for former vice President Joe Biden. That's according to a poll in August by the national polling firm Latino Decisions. Numbers and 2016. So the the idea of these even need along the chinos, especially in Arizona in certainly a ball. Latino decisions last presidential election years ago, Trump won 28% of the Latino vote. A similar share went to Mitt Romney in 2012 and two John McCain and 2008. Reporting live. I'm Griselda City. No, Katie, our niece. The president's visit yesterday was just the start of the Trump campaign Full week ahead. Jim Cross has those details. His daughter and senior advisor Ivanka Trump will be in Phoenix Wednesday for a round table with governor on family issues. Political expert is Mike O'Neal. This is not the last presidential or vice presidential visit that we're going to get. We've seen camera Harris at least Elektronik Lee. We'll see Joe Biden and to close out the way Vice President Mike Pence will be in the Valley to take part in a roundtable for Hispanic Heritage Month and also a veterans for Trump event on Friday, Jim Cross and today we also learned second lady Karen Pence will come to Arizona.

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02:33 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KCRW

"And yet we're just expected to show up to work and keep America fed safe. And housed and die or become infected, and in fact, our families there's says, speaking directly to Latinos about their top concerns. The economy, healthcare education would build the crucial support among the huge population of young Latinos just now aging into the electorate. The Biden campaign has said. It's ramping up Latino outreach. So has the Trump campaign targeting conservative Latinos in states like Florida. Trump invited are pulling about even among Latino voters. Stephen Noon, your betters of the polling from Latino decisions says despite a really enthusiasm gap among younger Latinos. Biden is enjoying overwhelming Latino support. Overall, there is a well settled, you know up incoming middle class, largely Mexican American who really just want to get past Donald Trump, right? I really just want to come back to some sense of normalcy. The firm's pulling also showed Biden's choice of Senator Camilla Harris, a mixed race daughter of immigrants gave him a boost among Latinos. I think the question is, Does that support hold so far? We just don't don't see that. It's not America and read it lives in Connecticut. She's 50, an immigrant from Ecuador teaches English to adult Spanish speakers. 2016 she voted for Donald Trump. As much as I'm a Democrat. I have some liberal tendencies and very conservative tendencies. The Latina, you know, raised Catholic, but she soon came to believe Trump was threatening the democracy. Her family came to the U. S. For This year. She's an enthusiastic Biden supporter. Biden What impressed me because hey, seems to be the one unifying force and I just hope that Latinos Come out and vote, she said. Some of her English students have recently become U. S citizens, and so she's asking them to Please register and vote. It Reimplanted NPR news. This is NPR news. And this is Casey ar w with 6 29..

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"latino decisions" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The economy, healthcare education would build the crucial support among the huge population of young Latinos, just now aging into the electorate. The Biden campaign has said it's ramping up Latino outreach. So has the Trump campaign targeting conservative Latinos in states like Florida or Trump invited are pulling about, even among Latino voters. Stephen knew no Perez of the polling from Latino decisions. Says. Despite a really enthusiasm gap among younger Latinos, Biden is enjoying overwhelming Latino support. Overall, there is a well settled, you know, up and coming middle class, largely Mexican American who really just want to get past Donald Trump, right? I really just want to come back to some sense of normalcy. The firm's pulling also should Biden's choice of Senator Kamala Harris. A mixed race, daughter of immigrants gave him a boost among Latinos. I think the question is, does that support hold so far? We just don't don't see that It's not America and rather lives in Connecticut, She's 50 and immigrant from Ecuador teaches English to adult Spanish speakers. 2016 she voted for Donald Trump. As much as I'm a Democrat. I have some liberal tendencies and very conservative tendencies. The Latina, you know, raised Catholic, but she soon came to believe Trump was threatening the democracy. Her family came to the US for this year. She's an enthusiastic Biden supporter. Biden what impressed me because He seems to be the one unifying force, and I just hope that Latinos Come out and vote, she said. Some of her English students have recently become U. S citizens until she's asking them to please register and vote. It re inflated the NPR news. Thiss. Is NPR news. And this is sweetie public radio. And this is Julie deputies taking us to the North Bay. Once he's found 37 just after cinema race. We've got a silver vehicle.

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"latino decisions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"About their top concerns, the economy, healthcare education would build the crucial support among the huge population of young Latinos just now aging into the electorate. The Biden campaign has said. It's ramping up Latino outreach. So has the Trump campaign targeting conservative Latinos in states like Florida. Trump invited are pulling about even among Latino voters. Stephen knew. No Perez of the polling from Latino decisions says despite a really enthusiasm gap among younger Latinos. Biden is enjoying overwhelming Latino support. Overall, there is a well settled, you know up incoming middle class, largely Mexican American who really just want to get past Donald Trump, right? I really just want to come back to some sense of normalcy. The firm's pulling also showed Biden's choice of Senator Kamala Harris, a mixed race daughter of immigrants gave him a boost among Latinos. I think the question is, Does that support hold so far? We just don't don't see that. It's not Erica Andrade. It lives in Connecticut. She's 50, an immigrant from Ecuador teaches English to adult Spanish speakers. 2016 she voted for Donald Trump. As much as I'm a Democrat. I have some liberal tendencies and very conservative tendencies. The Latina in other place Catholic, but she soon came to believe Trump was threatening the democracy. Her family came to the U. S. For This year. She's an enthusiastic Biden supporter. Biden impressed me because hey, seems to be the one unifying force and I just hope that Latinos Come out and vote, she said. Some of her English students have recently become U. S citizens until she's asking them to please register and vote. It Reimplanted NPR news. This is W on my CD, listening to all things considered. Stay to news headlines are coming your way next and then tomorrow on morning edition at a time when statues are being removed across the U. S. A new one is going up in Washington, D. C. Tomorrow morning edition to hear about the memorial to Dwight D. Eisenhower that will be dedicated this week after years of disputes over its design. That's morning edition Tomorrow in 93.9 FM or 20, You can also ask your Smart speaker TTO play W N. Clear tonight with temperatures somewhere in the mid fifties. You're listening to W when my C at 7 30 on the next Brian letter show, But they debate on the Upper West Side doesn't just stay on the Upper West Side. How the homeless hotel dispute could mean a domino effect that displaces hundreds of others elsewhere. What's the right answer? Also talk national politics with Maria in a hose A and hear about her new memoir once I was you Brian Lehrer Show at 10 AM Support for W..

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"latino decisions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"About their top concerns, the economy, healthcare education would build the crucial support among the huge population of young Latinos just now aging into the electorate. The Biden campaign has said. It's ramping up Latino outreach. So has the Trump campaign targeting conservative Latinos in states like Florida. Trump invited are pulling about even among Latino voters. Stephen Noon, your betters of the polling from Latino decisions says despite a really enthusiasm gap among younger Latinos. Biden is enjoying overwhelming Latino support. Overall, there is a well settled, you know up incoming middle class, largely Mexican American who really just want to get past Donald Trump, right? I really just want to come back to some sense of normalcy. The firm's pulling also showed Biden's choice of Senator Kamala Harris, a mixed race daughter of immigrants gave him a boost among Latinos. I think the question is, Does that support hold so far? We just don't don't see that. It's not America and read it lives in Connecticut. She's 50, an immigrant from Ecuador teaches English to adult Spanish speakers. 2016 she voted for Donald Trump. As much as I'm a Democrat. I have some liberal tendencies and very conservative tendencies. The Latina, you know, raised Catholic, but she soon came to believe Trump was threatening the democracy. Her family came to the U. S. For This year. She's an enthusiastic Biden supporter. Biden impressed me because hey, seems to be the one unifying force and I just hope that Latinos Come out and vote, she said. Some of her English students have recently become U. S citizens, and so she's asking them to Please register and vote. Adrian flooded the NPR news. It's W when my C There's more all things considered just ahead. News headlines are next. Wildfires are raging throughout California and form workers in the Central Valley have little choice but to be outside, inhaling that smoke. Physically to be out in the field. It's like you can't breathe. You're working at 110 degrees, and you have like the perfect toxic cocked around. We'll have more on that story coming up just after news headlines for tonight, it's going to remain clear here with the love about 58 degrees. It'll be breezy tonight as well. Sunny tomorrow high near 70. This is WNBC. It's 5 30. W N I C and.

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"latino decisions" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KCRW

"Paris is the first black woman and the first Asian American to be named to major party ticket so she could give Biden and even more commanding edge than he already has. With voters of color. She's also relatively young, 55. And could help energize millennial voters. Another area where she could give beina boost is perhaps less obvious. Harris tends to be very popular with Latino voters on Luis Lopez is research and data analyst with the political opinion research firm Latino decisions and she joins us now. Good morning. Morning, Cherry. Thanks so much for being here. You've done some research on this recently. What kind of support does Kamala Harris have among Latino voters? I always found in our recent polls is comma. Harris is a lot of support with Latino voters. 59% of Latino voters said they would feel excited about Harris ticket then this was back in June. We also found that the support is also strong among young Latino voters. 61% of young with your voters said they would be excited about a hair's ticket. And actually, 56% stated that if Biden order choose Harris as a running mate who would actually make a more likely to support and vote for Biden, And this is a new Harris was a favorite with Latino voters dating back at least 2 2010 when she first ran for attorney general of California, right. Yes. In 2010 and 2014 Latinos supported Kamala Harris of Attorney general and then again in 2016 in Senate race against sort of a little Sanchez for the California Senate. She also polled well with Latino voters as a candidate in the presidential race last year. Yeah, So when we look at the June 2019 debate, we see that there was a jump from 6 to 22% with 16% jump among support from Latinos. This comes before and after the Debate. And so we know that when I listen to a comrade to say they really resonate and increasing support, and we can expect to getting you see this in the coming months. What is it about Harris that has attracted so much support from Latino voters, something in her background, her track record that resonates So come here, daughter of immigrants, and I think for Latino voters that really speaks to their experience. United States. She also has been a vocal supporter of black lives, not a movement, and when we think about What young Latinos support nowadays that is very strong on their priority list, and we see that in our poll. There's been a lot of concern that Harris is tough on crime track record as a prosecutor could hurt her with black voters is that record an issue a concern when it comes to the Latino community. Our research suggests that while Harris has been in politics for a long time that the voters really care more about our current policies that are passed on this combat, a margin of 2 to 1. Additionally, like I said her recent support Black lives matter has really resonated with electing our community. Could enthusiasm for Harris help boost turnout among Latino voters. We definitely believe that they can. She is strong vocal supporter and I think really resonates with Latinos and young Latinos who really want to be motivated to go out into the poles on DH, even for undecided voters. We expect these trends to continue as she's taking on the establishment in the Senate. Being a woman of color. Do you think that Ah Harris is presence on the ticket could boost turnout among Latinos in key battleground states. Are there places where she could really, you know? Help Tio move the needle helped get Biden across the finish line, Perhaps Yes. So in the last in a recent poll, we did cross six battleground states in the United States. We found that support for Harris is strong and it's growing as we continue to learn about her. So the more that she reaches out to these voters more that we can expect these trends to continue When you say battleground states. Are we talking about places like, say, Arizona? Maybe even Florida? Yes. So our survey actually looked at Arizona, Florida, Texas state like Pennsylvania, North Carolina, where you know population in Arizona is at 2.1 million and and range is a little bit over 800,000 in Pennsylvania. So it sounds like from what you're saying that that could potentially be really key and could shift the dynamics of the race. Perhaps We definitely believe so. On East Lopez, his research and data analyst with the political opinion research firm Latino Decisions. Thank you so much. Thank you. You're.

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"latino decisions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And we're back with politics with any Walter from the take away we've been talking about the Latino vote we just heard from mark Hugo Lopez of the pew research center who told us that the customer record number of eligible Latino voters doesn't guarantee a record turnout of these voters in fact this is the debate that's happening within the Democratic Party right now should Democrats focus on engaging and turning out voters who may have never participated in the process especially younger voters of color or should they focus instead on winning back voters most of them white who defected to trump in twenty sixteen Dr Stephen Yunior Perez is director of communications and a senior analyst at Latino decisions he thinks Democrats have only one clear answer to that the Democratic Party made a decision in the seventies right to you know to invest in minorities and and to really go after this community and you know they make up forty percent of the Democratic Party is is minorities that's true constituency that's what you know that's the bill of goods that the Democratic Party bot but it seems to be that some folks think that winning means you know really not taking other folks right and placating white moderate voters or white working class voters who everyone is defined as depending on where yes I call it the the Ken bone modeling of people remember can bomb what steps will your energy policy take to meet our energy needs while at the same time remaining environmentally friendly and minimizing job loss for fossil power plant workers can bone really appeal to the sort of mythology in American politics right that I'm going to logically go through the arguments and make this rational decision like these kind of like a Fenian senators right taking some time off to to tend to their civic duty right and and you know I I get why that might appeal to some people in NY that appeals to Americans you know towards additions and and how we think of ourselves but that's largely not how how politics works it's a very powerful on lower right to think that this is who we are but you know I think we need to ask some very hard questions about whether or not that is investing a lot of resources and in convincing someone like Ken bone to vote for you is is worth it versus connecting with people who are already primed for participation in your party in an election people in your party because you already have people like that in your party who can communicate with them and you just need to give them a reason to to believe that their participation is going to result in something that they want some Texas is a state that Democrats believe that some point they can flip blue in large part because of the large Latino population there earlier this fall I asked congresswoman Sylvia Garcia who represents the Houston area in Congress if the Democratic Party should be doing more to register and turn out these voters the number of people that are being registered has has increased some and we keep working at it and I think that the biggest challenge is just having a continual you know registration program because what the parties and even candidates always tend to do when you know this we've been on the field a lot is registration drives right before elections and it's too late because you're trying to register your trying to educate you trying to get him out so it's got to be a continual program and we've been working with with with that in end up in some of our counties and we're doing a lot better when we do that in nearest county is I said earlier we worked extremely hard to do that and not only did a coordinated campaign but we funded it all locally because we just sometimes can I get the national groups the National Party a team gauge with us so we raise money locally with leadership from labor early out from some of our key gauge when groups from some of our elected we were able to raise almost three million dollars and that's all we did was focus on the door knocks and the phone calls door knocks and phone calls the good old knocking drag and that's what works the more you knock on people's doors the more say come with us you know that's very labor intensive I know that the Dallas area folks sending Tony all right metroplex is are doing it so I think that's what's going to help us make a difference and it will be it probably at least one more cycle but we will turn Texas blue the other thing I read this was a group I don't know if you've ever worked with them they're called chill Texas of this group they started in Austin this in Austin that works on a mobilizing democratic voters they did a study and I said one of the challenges they have in both registering and getting Latino voters out to vote is just a deep cynicism and mistrust of the system itself either that it doesn't matter on my boat is an important nobody cares about the issues that I think are important or doing anything about it or the system itself is just broken and I don't trust it do you see that there is I think there's an element of that but quite frankly I don't think it's any different than any other group because you hear that from other communities well I think it's a question of you know if the person they voted for or really worked hard for delivers on the promise and Stacy communication with them nobody wants to hear from somebody just on the day of right before an election you know it's kind of course you just can't come walk in the door the first day in expected for the person to say yes I go out with you it's a courtship and it's got to be continuous so I think there are some people that I feel I have found some of them some of our immigrant communities in the outlook as it come from countries if you're fleeing because of the politics that if if you're here they're naturalized to get them to to to to take that step and make sure that that they come out and voted they're they're not quite sure of but then you look at some studies at that even the lake has done there's a higher voter participation rate from recently rescind citizens than it is from native born citizens because we take the vote for granted they work so hard to get it so I think it depends what community you talk to congresswoman Sylvia Garcia is a Democrat representing the twenty ninth congressional district in Texas.

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"latino decisions" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Marc Lopez just told us that just because their record number of eligible Latino voters. That doesn't guarantee a record turnout in fact. This is the debate that's happening within the Democratic Party right now should Democrats focus on engaging and turning out voters who may have never participated in the process especially younger voters of color or should they focus instead on winning bag voters most of them white who defected to trump in two thousand sixteen. Dr Steven Nunu Peres is director of communications and senior analyst. At Latino decisions he thinks Democrats have only one clear answer to that. The Democratic Party made a decision in the seventy s right to you know to invest in minorities and and to really go after this community and you know they make up. Forty percent of the Democratic Party is his minorities that's your constituency. That's what you know. That's the bill of goods that the Democratic Party but But it seems to be that some folks think that Winning means you know really not Placating other folks right and placating white moderate voters orb white working class voters. However we wanted to find those depending hunter call it the. Ken Bone Model. I don't know if people remember Ken bone. What steps will your energy policy take to meet? Our energy needs while at the same time reminding environmentally friendly and minimizing job loss for fossil plant workers. Ken Boone Really Appeal to this sort of mythology in American politics. Right that I'm going to Logically go through the arguments and make rational decision like these kind of like Athenian senators right taking some time off to To tend to their civic duty right you know I get why that might appeal to some people and why that appeals to American you know to our institutions how we think of ourselves but that's largely not how how politics works. It's a very powerful Lower right to think that this is who we are But you know I think we need to ask them pretty hard questions about whether or not that's is Investing a lot of resources in in convincing. Someone like Ken Bone. Vote for you is is worth it. versus connecting with people who are already primed for Participation in your party in an election people in your party because Yuri have people like that in your party who can communicate with them and you just need to give them a reason to to believe that their participation is going to result in something that they want so Texas is a state that Democrats believe that some point they can flip blue in large part. Because of the large Latino population there earlier this fall I asked Congresswoman Sylvia Garcia who represents the Houston area in Congress if the Democratic Party should be doing more to register. And turn out these voters. The number of people that are being registered has has increased some and we keep working at it and I think that the biggest challenge is just having a continual be no registration program because what the parties and even candidates always tend to do. And you know this. We've been on the field. A lot is or just drives right before elections. And it's too late because you're trying to register you're trying to educate and you're trying to get them out so it's got to be a continual program and we've been working with with with that in in in some of our our counties and we're doing a lot better when we do that in years county as I said earlier we worked extremely hard to do that and not only did a coordinated campaign but we funded it all locally. 'cause we just sometimes can. I get the national groups the National Party Engage with us so we raise money locally with leadership from Labor From some of our engagement groups from some of our electeds and we were able to raise almost three million dollars in. That's all we did was focus on the door knocks and the phone calls door knocks and phone calls the good old knocking drag and that's what works The more you knock on people's doors more say calm but as you know. That's very labor intensive I know that the Dallas area folks ending tone. You all are metroplexes doing it so I think that's what's going to help us make a difference and it will be probably at least one more cycle but we will turn Texas blue. The other thing I read this was a group. I don't know if you've ever worked with them. They're called Jolt Texas This year they started in Austin. They started in Austin that works on mobilizing Democratic voters. They did a study and they said one of the challenges they have in both registering and getting Latino voters out to vote is just a deep cynicism and mistrust of the system itself. Either that it doesn't matter my vote is an important. Nobody cares about the issues that I think are important are doing anything about it or the system itself is just broken. I don't trust it. Do you see that owner is. I think there's a avenue element AVEC by quite frankly. I don't think it's any different than in any other group because you hear that from other communities. I think it's a question of you know if the person they voted for or really worked hard for delivers on the promise are instating communication with them. Nobody wants to hear from somebody just on the day Right before an election you know. It's Kinda courtship. You just can't come up on the door. The first day expected for the person to say yes. I go out with you. It's a courtship in it's got to be continuous so I think there are some people I I have found some of that in some of our immigrant communities in because they come from countries that they're full lean because of the politics that if they're here and they're naturalized get them due to to to take the step in and make sure that that they come out and voted. They're not quite sure. But then you look at some studies at that even the League has done. There's a higher voter participation rate from recently recent citizens than it is from native born citizens because we take the vote for. They've worked so hard to get it. So I think it depends on what community you talked to congresswoman Sylvia Garcia is a Democrat representing the twenty ninth Congressional district in Texas and. Here's one more thing for me. Democratic voters have told us for months that beating president trump is the most important issue for them in choosing a nominee and the best way for candidate to show that they're a winner is by well winning and Bernie Sanders has been winning. Technically people to judge has been winning two. He currently holds the most delegates twenty two to sanders. Twenty one but that success has not come with a big bump in his poll numbers. So why didn't he get that? Post Iowa New Hampshire bounce blame Mike Bloomberg instead focusing on Buddha judges success in these two early states the media narrative turn to Bloomberg and Bloomberg's flood of paid media injected hip into the conversation among regular voters as well but Bloomberg Shaky Debate. Performance will likely do nothing to convince the other. Democratic candidates that he should be the consensus choice that means the moderate or non Bernie Lane remains crowded and divided. All eyes are unavowed this week but unless sanders loses on Saturday the caucus results won't change the current trajectory of this race. Sanders is the front runner. Time is running out for another candidate to surpass him. The show was produced by Amber Hall and Pitcher Shakeup. J Cowan is our technical director and sound designer. Vince Fairchild is our board operator yea welcome back then it's probably Rinku. Our digital editor carried a Barton is our entered. David Gable is our administrative assistant and Lee Hill is acting executive producer. Remember you can always find us on facebook and leave us a comment there. Also if you missed anything or WANNA listen back again. Check OUT OUR PODCAST ON ITUNES PODCASTS? Spotify or anywhere. You get your podcasts and leave us a reading while you're there and of course call us anytime at eight seven seven eight. My take or send us a tweet. I'm at Amy Walter. The show is at the takeaway. Thanks so much for listening. 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"latino decisions" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"latino decisions" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Washington. I'm Jack Speer. The Trump administration says it is moving a carrier strike group to the Middle East head of schedule because of what ficials described as credible threats from Iran NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports the US is vowing to respond. If Americans are US allies, come under attack from any Iranian-backed groups secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says his job is to keep officials safe at US facilities in Iraq, Jordan and around the Middle East, and while he's not spelling out any specific threats to US interest from Iran in those places he says, quote an escalation maybe taking place, so we're taking all the appropriate actions both from a security perspective. And well as our ability to make sure that the president has a wide range of options, and they meant this up. They should actually take place his comments come after national security adviser, John Bolton warned in a statement that any attack by Iran or its proxies on US interests will be met with quote unrelenting force. Michelle Kellerman NPR. News Washington results from recent poll by political research organization. Latino decisions says the majority of Latino voters believe the Republican party is openly hostile towards them. Karen Grigsby Bates from NPR's coach which team has more the poll surveyed a diverse range of registered Latino voters in April and ask them what they thought of the Trump administration in national politics after the two thousand eighteen midterms respondents said access to affordable healthcare is a primary concern, especially since ObamaCare may be erased. When asked about the rise in racism, eighty one percent of respondents said Trump's continued disparagement of immigrants and Latinos in general is a problem in the US. The survey was done in partnership with an educational fund which works to ensure Fula Tino participation in the American political process. Karen Grigsby Bates, NPR news. No time in human history has the situation for many of the earth's species been this dire. As essentially the finding of UN report, which says the extinction. May be looming for more than a million species of plants and animals, the summary of the port on biodiversity is released today by UN scientists in Paris. So Robert Watson is chair of the intergovernmental body that issued the report and says stopping climate change makes economic sense. They've we degrade our environment both climate change.

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