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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

05:02 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"I am proud to be part of America's fight against Cove in 19. But many healthcare workers don't get paid sick, leave or have enough protective equipment. I have two Children with asthma. Onda mother whose high risk I worry every day about bringing this virus home to them. Joe Biden's plan will help us take better care of your loved ones as well as our own. Along with Lieutenant Governor Kathy Ho, Kal EI caste New York's votes 44 votes for Bernie Sanders and 277 for our next president. Joe Biden. It's OK. That's New York casting their votes in the delicate votes. Of course, for this roll call is formally will formally put Joe Biden as the candidate is, if there was any question right now, I want to get back to former President Bill Clinton because again he did have five minutes in the sun not too long ago and one of the sharper critics of the current president's response to Cove in 19. Got a Donald Trump responded. At first, he said the virus was under control. Here. When it didn't he was on TV every day bragging on what a great job he was doing. Our scientists waited to give us final information. When he didn't like the expert advice he was given ignored it or representative Alexandria Cassio. Cortez took her turn on screen to Shing. She's proud to be part of the movement that was launched by another candidate, Bernie Sanders, a movement striving to recognize and repair the wounds of racial injustice, colonization. Misogyny and homophobia. And to propose and build reimagined systems of immigration and foreign policy that turn away from the violence and xenophobia of our pounds. Endorsing Sanders, a cosy of Cortez has said she has no intention of tearing the party apart. Getting behind Joe Biden for November, So let's bring in ABC is Ryan Burrow and Ryan. Tonight. We do get to hear from abide, Not Joe. But Jill, Yeah, and well here, probably a story that gives a little bit more understanding and personality about this candidates less on the politics of it less on the attack of the president and more on the man himself. By the way, do you want to point out? It looks like the national delegate count. It's just crossed over into the territory that Joe Biden would need to receive the party's nomination. So it looks like it's official are very close to being official at that. As we continue on with this roll, call a CZ. You've been pointing out Pete Buddha judge among those making an announcement for Indiana in support of Joe Biden. We've heard meat packing. Employees from Nebraska, the mayor of Washington, D. C. And, of course, Delaware abstained and probably will be popping up here Pretty soon. Tio make some kind of formal statements on behalf of Joe Biden's home state. Now. One other point I wanted to bring up to is Jimmy Carter talking about Joe Biden and their work together Rosalynn Carter as well. We didn't actually see Jimmy Carter's face, though it was just the voice of Jimmy Carter. We did not see him speaking into ah, microphone or into a camera at all. Instead, they just kind of ran B roll in images of Joe Biden throughout the discussion, But, yeah, we're waiting now to see what Dr Jill Biden says, perhaps softening some of the mood in some of the attacks that we heard from Bill Clinton. One thing that I do want to point out when Bill Clinton was trying to draw a contrast between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Speaking of Trump, he said, if you want a president who spends hours a day watching TV and zapping people on social media He's your man. Of course, Bill Clinton is quite Theatre Act dog when it comes to these conventions, and we'll hear if Dr Joe Biden kind of softens the tone here at the tail end of this convention. Now that's a veces Ryan burrow. And, yes, Bill Clinton can deliver a line. That's 11 convention speeches now and who knows how many more. It is also a CZ. You mentioned the night for the formal nomination of Joe Biden the roll call going on Right now They're up to Pennsylvania. And of course, the tally really is in material because I think we all know that Joe Biden is going to be the candidate. Not a lot of goofy hats, though, in this role call, no balloon drop, and not a lot of pomp and ceremony. But again, they're going through the motions, just like any other time and doing the running tally again later on tonight, the closer Will be Jill Biden. Al Jones. 10 10 wins news and we just want to emphasize the Joe Biden is now the Democratic nominee for president, exceeding the number of delegates required. He has more than 2800. Delegates voting for him. Only 2374 were needed. So Joe Biden has been nominated now the Democratic presidential nominee..

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Kathy Hochul, Lt Governor of New York State

The Electorette Podcast

07:10 min | 9 months ago

Kathy Hochul, Lt Governor of New York State

"I'm Jim. Taylor skinner and this is the electorate on this episode. A have a conversation with Lieutenant Governor. Kathy focal of New York, state. Lieutenant, Governor huckle joins me. To Discuss New York response to the coronavirus outbreak, specifically the recovery in rebuilding process. We discussed. The unique ways plumbing have been impacted by Kobe nineteen and what can be done to help women recover, so please enjoy my conversation with Lieutenant Governor Kathy Cocoa. Thank you. Bradley back look I enjoyed our conversation last time. We're going to have this great. Yes, I just into welcome back. The last time you spoke of course that was of course before the pandemic and I know that you hit the ground running. You've been connecting with constituents and you've been working really hard to get the state New York state back on its feet. So I just WanNa know you know. How are you doing? Thank you for asking and I am doing fine. My normal life would've been going from my home. In the western part of New York Buffalo catching as three a M wakeup call and getting out of flight, five to go, New York City, and then maybe try out to Long Island for. For a few hours, and then up to our state capital, and maybe you know, cover the whole state by midnight, so to made parsley in his less travel and wars, zooming moving around the state is what I'm doing, so I have been able to actually touch. More constituencies speak to more elected officials I host meetings with physicist WBZ conference statewide yesterday that I would not have been able to probably pull off with the other schedule half, and so you whether it's talking to chambers women on businesses, faith based community I'm out there just talking about what our objectives are in. In terms of meeting the healthcare crisis, but now we're in the more desirable phase, which is talking about how reopened in a smart way based on the metric, so it is all consuming, but still very fascinating and We're GONNA come out of this with much more knowledge, understanding appreciation for people from all walks of life that were sort of quietly behind the scenes, and never got the recognition they deserve, and I also think this gives us an opportunity to state to really redefine ourselves and launched into the future, and sees on some of the best practices that have emerged out of. Of this crisis. Yeah, I'm glad you're doing well, and you've been working really hard to move the state into the next phase of a lockdown. Honestly I have to say it does make me a bit nervous. Given what's at stake? States begin to reopen too soon. So as are you in right now new. York state depends on the corner of the state of Western. New York upstate to just much that moved into phase to my way of buffalo buffets too early next week. Face to opens up a lot more of the businesses that he will been anxious to go to hair salons and. Retail with many limitations May. There's no nails being done his facials. It is just get a quick haircut with someone who's wearing literally a face shield and has had tested the taken test for Kobe before. They could. Even I'll serve you, so we have very tight restrictions to deal with just what you're talking about. The fear that people are going to have about. Emerging from his deep slumber. Being people have been doing everything they could to sacrifice, but to keep themselves and their families safe, and now they want. They have to be able to trust us in government that followed the doctors who followed the experts, and then we on the metrics that we feel it's safer to go out taking the same precautions we've talking about for. For three months now and so that's why we have the ability to open up slowly. We're not. We're not talking about restaurants. We'll be theaters or larger gatherings, just slowly opening up society and the economy, but nationally we passed this really grim milestone. We have now over a hundred thousand deaths from Colbert nineteen. You know it's still very scary to me on the. The other hand lots of businesses, especially small businesses. They're really hurting financially. There seems to always be this pushing pull. You know we're state. You're caught between which takes priority. Yes, and we are priority all throughout. This has been public health. We wouldn't be talking about reopening. Despite understanding deeply how extraordinarily painful this is for our small businesses and all the employers and I. I come out of a small business family I know the suffering that goes on, and you put your livestream into a low shopper, little of business and almost sign. You don't know if you're GONNA. Make it to the next month or not, so so what we've always said. Public Health comes I mean we can always bring back our economy. He'll be painful tough. Excruciating for our state, revenues are states in your body, sixty five billion dollar whole over the next couple of years already, so we're GONNA have to make some tough decisions, probably some cuts, but if people aren't alive, not protecting public health than what are we therefore so that is what has driven US early talking about reopening. Because we've seen the numbers decline really quite well now, it took a long time to reach the plateau. And if you follow along in New York state has a very transparent way to see what's going on at four dot ny dot. Gov You can really see our hostels ation rate, and it's really going downhill. The number of people use as down number of new cases. Way Down and we didn't see that we wouldn't be talking about reopening if we had stronger broader social safety nets. Nets here in the US what would be ideal in terms of a reopening schedule right in I'm thinking about New Zealand. You know I knew there are comedy is a lot smaller than ours you know, but they had a really strict walked down early on. You know, accommodate suffer bid. They're able to really crush the curve really quickly, so I guess the question is, how would we? We operate if our social safety nets were such that you know, we didn't have to worry as much about the economy, you know what would are reopening process. Look like well probably operate very differently, and what troubles me the most is that women have been hit so hard by this wing. Women were women than men are filing for unemployment. They're. They're not in the industries that are. Are being called back the earliest like construction manufacturing, those are very male, dominated field, so women will be going without their paycheck, and you longer period of time, and on the other hand, those who are working are in the most at risk jobs made therein the ones. They're the ones that are out there on the front line, a seventy eight percent of healthcare workers, the nurses and People that are working in the cafeterias and the Kitchens and and places where they exposed. Those are all women, and so women are really. Really caught in a bad squeeze here at this pandemic either unemployed, and if you're single head of household, you're having trouble. Put Food on the table. A hope and your unemployment checks come in, but let him have been anomaly delayed because of the overwhelming. The system or you're out there exposing yourself every day because you need that paycheck you going and working in a kitchen making someone's. Someone's food that they can pick up curbside and positive. Free back the virus your house, so the Connie's important, and it'd be nice if people knew that they didn't have to risk themselves. We also have to keep some basics functions going and we. We need people to still going to the grocery stores and sell our food and go into the pharmacies of make sure we have prescription. Prescription so those tend to be women, which is just a fascinating study, and whether or not society properly recognizes and appreciation to end compensates women the way they should.

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"A sunny day to show their pride. You gotta show people that, you know, everybody's all the same, we're just, you know, human being community members and elected officials, including Lieutenant governor Kathy ho, coal lying lark street in Washington park for Albany's pride parade on Sunday. Many of those who took part say, it was inspiring tasha home. It sells news channel thirteen it's important for people to come together. Right now, the way things are going in the world. Just love peace diversity that we need to have. So unity today is off the chain included, hundreds of rainbow flags. Floats. Live music, and lots dancing. Some mixed numbers for governor Cuomo in the latest CNN research poll statewide has favorability rating is the highest in more than a year, but upstate fifty six percent. Have an unfavorable view. The governor and a wide margin both statewide and upstate say he should not run for a fourth term poll also takes a look at some of the end of session issues. Still facing the legislature, fifty five percent statewide say yes on recreational marijuana more than eighty percent statewide and upstate support eliminating the religious exemption for vaccinations. However fifty three percent statewide sixty two percent up state say no to allowing illegal immigrants to get driver's license. Complete details on the Paul the cattle region news page WG, Y dot com. President Trump is reacting angrily to suggestions that his agreement with Mexico on Friday is nothing new Mike Bauer reports the New York Times reported Saturday that the deal was actually one negotiated by Mexican interior secretary, Olga Sanchez and then secretary of homeland security cures to Nielsen back in March on Twitter, President Trump called the times reporting another false report. The president also tweeted that Mexico had agreed to immediately by large quantities of products from our great patriot farmers. But Bloomberg notes, it isn't clear. What Trump is referring to, there's no mention of agriculture trade is part of the deal and Mexico doesn't even have an official government body, that would by distribute food products or farm equipment. Mike Bauer, NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one WG, y sports betting may soon become legal at four New York state casinos, Jennifer pull Sony with that state's gaming commission is reportedly expected to approve rules allowing for sports bets at Resorts World Catskills rivers casino della, casino Intel, yoga downs, it would require gamblers to be present state lawmakers and the governor are still debating. To allow sports betting on mobile devices, Jennifer, Sony, NewsRadio eight ten and one of three one g y officials with the TSA. We'll be all the airport later this morning to talk about what we can expect from summer travel this year and talk about real ID deadline for which is next year..

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"On drugs slams into two cars at a gas station that Wayne New Jersey killing three people to governor Cuomo no longer want state police to release the mugshots or arrest records of suspects. Unless there's a compelling reason to do so komo's trying to prevent internet shaming and three head appears to jersey is making significant progress towards legalizing marijuana while he isn't going into detail on what he says are still ongoing negotiations. Governor Murphy does say I think we're all working really hard to get this done this being one of his central campaign promises. Still unfulfilled over a year into his term legalizing marijuana who said this all along getting it right is a lot more important than getting it fast. And that hasn't turned out to be easy. Senate leaders in the governor's office had come to a stalemate on a potential sales tax rate, but reports indicate they've come to a creative solution on that there wouldn't be a sales tax but instead of tax on marijuana by its wait forty two dollars an ounce. This is a seismic shift. In public policy and the creation of a new industry. Those about demanding items assembly speaker Craig Coughlin says they're working to make sure there's a Bill that can garner widespread support we could see a vote as soon as next month. But a backup plan is already being floated if things don't work out it could be left up to voters to decide on the November ballot with the governor in Piscataway, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty women in York been raped may soon have all the time they need to come forward. The current statute of limitations for survivors of second or third degree rape is five years in New York state. That's not long enough says actress and women's rights activist Julianne Moore, I called my senator's office to gain clarity on the statute of limitations for rape sexual assault in my home state. I was shocked to find out that New York state had a statute of limitations on child sexual assault claims and statute of limitations on second and third degree rape and assault charges the statute on child sex assault victims has been taken care of with the passage of the child Vic. Uh-huh. Act, but the twenty nine thousand New York state, women's Justice agenda includes wiping out the rape statute entirely. So that when women are ready to break their silence they can pursue Justice against their abusers. Lieutenant governor Kathy local says the agenda for women in New York state is the latest in a long fight. So we're all done, right. Women are equal in New York. It's all set. Now. I didn't think so we're not done at all Nak, Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty and Connecticut school district in knowledge is that students have the right not to participate in the pledge of allegiance as a result of a lawsuit by teenage girl who says her teacher shamed. Her and other students for opting out the fourteen year old black student at Waterbury arts magnet school, Senator first amendment rights, saying she was protesting racial discrimination. CBS.

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Massachusetts residents of three communities north of Boston spent the night evacuated from their homes. Have to receivers of natural gas explosions. Police say they counted at least seventy of them nearly forty homes caught fire the explosions left one person dead at least ten injured. Fire officials say they still don't know what triggered them in Lawrence Andover and north Andover. Where Andrew mayor is the town manager there is a tech from Columbia gas accompanying a police officer firefighter in each of the communities going from home to home for those houses have been impacted. This is NPR news from Washington. This is WNYC from New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Six thirty one sixty nine degrees, overcast right now, there is a chance of showers and thunderstorms today. Governor Cuomo easily beat back a challenge from activists Cynthia Nixon in a close race for governor Lieutenant governor Kathy HOGAN won the nomination over city councilman Jimani Williams and New York City public advocate Letitia James won the democratic nomination crowded race for new York Attorney General making her the first black woman to win a major party bid in a state. We're gonna have much more on the racist. Coming up voter turnout in yesterday's primary was more than double what it was in the primary elections for years ago. Twenty three percent registered Democrats turned up at the polls across the state in may not sound like a lot of back in two thousand fourteen just ten percent of registered Democrats went to the polls. And the civil rights group says it will investigate weather New York City's board of elections improperly purged voters once again, the lawyers committee for civil rights under law sued the city board of elections twenty sixteen after WNYC reported that more than one hundred thousand Brooklyn voters were wrongly removed from the rolls, Laura. Grace monitors. Elections for the group and says they've had dozens of reports voters having trouble at the polls during the primaries. She says the problems are a red flag, especially since some of the people reporting issues the polls yesterday voted in the congressional primaries. Earlier this year, it's really important that the board of elections gets to the bottom of this and is transparent about what the causes of these problems are in what they're doing to prevent it in the future. The city board of elections has not responded to a request for comment. Well, there's good news for the region and the latest census figures stumbled, you've NYC's Morella, I've arrack has that the number of New York City residents living below the poverty line decreased for the third consecutive year. Dropping to eighteen percent down nearly a percentage point compared to two thousand sixteen Nancy Rankin. Vice president at the community services society says job growth in increases in the minimum wage contributed to this we improving Tommy has finally led to a return to poverty. Rates below what they were in two thousand and seven before the great recession. Median household income increased slightly to reach sixty one thousand dollars poverty levels, also declined for New York state and in New Jersey,.

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"All right now. It is sixty eight degrees in Danbury. Yes. Some fog reported on Long Island in Farmingdale right now, we're at sixty seven but later on today getting up to about seventy six degrees with some sunshine here and there in the sky, the CBS news time is four zero three. The New York primaries on WCBS governor Cuomo one last night just heard at the top of the hour is democratic primary bid for reelection. Now takes him onto November after beating actress Cynthia Nixon by sixty five to thirty four percent margin, though. Andrew Cuomo scored an impressive victory. Indeed. He did not take the opportunity to celebrate and a microphone instead others spoke for him, including democratic state vice chair, Chris Quinn who noted one message sent by the primary result was this one. We know in New York that diversity is our greatest strength to re elect a woman governor and to elect the first woman, I African American attorney general sends a loud message across this country that the kind of ill will and tearing apart that Donald Trump pedals not here in New York. Not now not ever she called the success of the Cuomo hokey James slate, a trifecta. Sending a message that New Yorkers wanted. Progressive leadership that delivered results on east thirty third street, rich lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eight while in Brooklyn last night. The result was already well known. When Cynthia Nixon took the stage here at a hookah lounge in east flatbush, but the crowd was enthusiastic. Nonetheless. On one of the most powerful governors in America. And it wasn't easy mixing says a lot of people underestimated her but Cuomo did not as evidenced by the money. He spent Nixon's running mate city council member Jimani Williams ran a competitive race with Lieutenant governor Kathy HOGAN, but also came up short not just a moment. It is a movement. And this movement is only growing strong the loudest. Cheers of the night were reserved for other insurgent progressive candidates that knocked off incumbent Democrats, many those incumbents former members of the independent democratic conference that caucus with Republicans in the Senate victories tonight have shown that the Blue Wave is real. Not only coming for Republicans is coming for Democrats who act like them. East flatbush, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty New York City's public advocate Letitia James now onto face Republican New York City lawyer Keith walford in November after winning last night's democratic primary for state attorney general. Change about. I'm still just a girl from Brooklyn. With the support of governor Cuomo in the democratic has tablets James cruise to victory. She finished ten points ahead of set for teach out if elected in November James looks forward to being the people's lawyer. This campaign was really never about me. Or any of the candidates who ran? It was about the people. But most importantly, it was about that man in the White House. Your cage is a high profile position for battling the president. And for more routine. Justice issues, we need an attorney general liberal go after corruption. In Albany, end on Wall Street, an attorney general who will fight environmental pollution from buffalo to Brentwood, Sean, Patrick Maloney will hold onto his job in congress and lease. He will stay in the private sector peter-hans, skull, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the times of London posted a report last night that former mayor Michael Bloomberg is getting ready for twenty twenty presidential run as a democrat. The British paper quotes a source as saying the seventy six year old told him he's running and as the money to keep pushing while other candidates knock themselves out, Bloomberg New York City mayor for three terms between two thousand two and two thousand thirteen running twice as a Republican. And as an independent in that third go round..

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"States, fixes running-mate city council member Jimani Williams, also came out on the losing end a much closer race against Lieutenant governor Kathy Opel's, east flatbush, Steve WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty a group of eight breakaway democratic New York state senators who voted for us with the Republicans now down to two after six of them lost yesterday, including Bronx state, Senator Jeff Klein, the democratic wave that's been evident in federal elections washed over a handful of incumbents voters decided those senators aren't temocratic enough the six caucus with Republicans is part of the independent democratic conference. But was interesting just how serious in York voters were today, and they weren't gonna vote for example in the state Senate race for someone who they didn't think was really true. Blue for the Democratic Party Lee Mirren gov heads the marriage to college poll. What's interesting? Is that these insurgent candidates one in the Senate? But the establishment candidates one at the top of the ticket Cuomo had positioned himself that a vote for him was a vote to say we're going to take it to President Trump, and we're gonna fight for New York against the things that he's doing in Washington for the nation. The anti Trump message, certainly resonated. Peter, hence, skull w CDS NewsRadio. Eight eighty Staten Island state Senator Diane Savino and Rockland state Senator David Carlucci. There was a two independent Democrats who won yesterday the times of London posted a report last night that former mayor Michael Bloomberg is getting ready for a twenty twenty presidential run as a democrat. The British paper quotes a source as saying the seventy six year old told him he's running and has the money to keep pushing. While other candidates knocked themselves out, Bloomberg was New York City mayor for three terms between two thousand two and two thousand thirteen running twice as the Republican as an independent that third. Go round. We'll get to traffic and weather together in a minute. Check on a Connecticut turnpike construction, see how that's affecting flow is three zero seven if you have a home security.

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"For that report. Now, we go to ten ten wins. Reporter Roger stern Cynthia Nixon campaign in Brooklyn. Roger Mario Cynthia Nixon spoke for about twenty-five minutes, giving a concession speech saying this races over the Democratic Party is just beginning taking credit for moving the party to the left, and then listing all sorts of liberal reforms reforms she wants to see and she thinks are more likely now because she entered this race and change the dynamics this was an uphill race from the beginning. She was outspent. She did not have the support of the establishment or the union as did governor Cuomo. She was a political neophyte taking on a governor who is touted his accomplishments and in the end it wasn't enough. She was beaten almost two to one Roger stern ten ten wins live at the Nixon watch. Chc party in flatbush Brooklyn. Roger thank you very much again in the race for governor easy projected winner to over one win. Andrew Cuomo Cynthia Nixon projected winner race for Lieutenant governor Kathy. Okola fifty three percents Williams forty seven race for attorney general. The projected winner is Letitia James also in the state Senate race come Jeff Klein upset by Alexander Biaggi also upset winners who unseated incumbents today. Lubyanka Ronald Salazar remember to keep it here on ten ten wins and ten ten wins dot com for the latest results democratic primary wins news time eleven oh five. There's word Michael Bloomberg making plans apparently for an presidential run twenty twenty. That's what times of London's report quoting sources, but the billionaire New York mayor adding him he will run as a democrat. I hit about a possible. Presidential running poorly telling those attending a high dollar fundraiser in June about preppy twenty twenty. When time eleven oh six now the sound of fury hurricanes Lawrence. Getting closer. Landfall projected sometime tomorrow afternoon at the earliest, according to experts of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Hitting the Carolinas. Apparently with a projections of dumping up to twenty to forty inches of rain in some parts. We find ten ten Al Jones on the banks of the Cape. Fear river, it's a place. You don't wanna be when Florence grows near? Andrea art is almost offended when I asked her why she staying when most are leading because we've gone through this so many times, and maybe has called.

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:32 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Feet from Indian coin. So he needs to do more while he needs to get out and my second. My second endorsing what I'm going to vote for is for teach out because he understands the environmental situation, and she does not take corporate money, and she's bringing up and the third is voting for Virginia. Parents in the state in my local state Senate primary. Andrea Stewart cousins against Andrea Stewart cousins. She's the hero of the anti DC movement. Though, she's the one who was supposed to become Senate majority leader, if the Democrats take a majority what what it calls into her about about environmental issues and she never got back Comanche. Totally unresponsive. Peres will get it. Thank you very much for your call. We appreciate it. Interesting. No one's mentioning the Lieutenant governors. Which to me is a very important race. Because you know, is he said this on the podcasts, but you know, for some people. There's this assumption that Cuomo's the parent, and so they're looking at the LG in the eighties race to vote for someone who they think can be a foil to write you mean the presumed winner. So there's a possible Williams are teach out would serve as a check and balance onto what they assume will be a Cuomo third-term, right? And and again interesting that both the times and the Amsterdam news, the only two papers that I see who that endorsed in both the governor and Lieutenant governor races. They did in effect split their tickets so Cuomo, but not his running mate the Lieutenant governor Kathy cocoa. They both endorse your money Williams who is running to be kind of progressive check on governor Cuomo and progressive sort of pressure point on him. If he gets into office. So that's the last thing that Andrew Cuomo wants us, right? So so two things number one in one thousand nine hundred eighty two when mayor Cuomo was running against Ed Koch for governor the times endorsed Ed Koch. But then also endorsed mayor Cuomo's running mate to be cautious running mate that person's name was Carl McCall who later went on to run for governor. But a second point then didn't the opposite happened. Mario Cuomo one. Yes, let somebody who was not his causes running-mate one. And that. Dichotomy created attention in that Lieutenant governor didn't surfer full-term he ended up leaving right because he had nothing to do. That was very different different dynamic, though, Harry, right? If we look at that ancient history of one thousand nine hundred eighty two that that Lieutenant governor was just marginalized governor. Mario Cuomo Germany Williams would not be marginalized a bull. He would be out there holding news conferences, issuing statements things like that because he sees his role differently. So. This is interesting history, of course, Andrew Cuomo. I runs for governor against Carl McCall doesn't wait his turn and gets crushed. This is two thousand two twenty years Witter, Jimmy Williams who just because of how term limits work in New York needed the next place to go to wants to be this needle or the spoil to the governor and the times and their gritted teeth endorsement of Cuomo Cuomo terrible guy disappointed, but he knows how to get things done. And if he's pressured maybe we can make him, you know, sort of enthusiastically embraced this idea of shifting the pressure to his left, and this impact has been Bill de Blasios since coming into office, and is the origin really of his fight with Cuomo. And a lot of ways is saying we can get the state Senate all the way to the left, and then the state can give me much more money for this millionaire's tax. I wanted the Cuomo who was then running for reelection at no interest in giving him and was furious. He kept asking me said, I'm giving you money already like don't make me raise taxes in an election year. So these guys have this incredibly interesting and entangled history with each other and Cuomo came into office after a bunch of dysfunctional governors. And he said I'm going to pass a budget on time. I'm not going to raise taxes, and they do a lot of like socially consciousness with some help for Mike Bloomberg bribes to recalcitrant previously state senators and that was good enough. And that's still where he's at is that the ground is very close to shifting under him as suddenly all these calendars are emerging from the left and his position as the essential central middleman is threatened and he's run in. That course, which has before and in nineteen eighty-two, even I won't get into the specifics in that second time, very nasty invective directed at at Koch. He's ruined some incredibly nasty ads at the end of this even as polls show him up by a tremendous amount of false accusations from the Democratic Party controls. They said they didn't know who put them out, and then it was some community advisor. And then it turns. Who was a senior advisor to the governor making false allegations about Cynthia Nixon's beliefs on Jewish and Israeli related issues just before the election. So it's incredible this old history. Keep cycling in these new people are coming up potentially if Giuliani wins, which I think you will. And observer does which I think she might. The the the dynamic changes, and he's no longer than man at the center, and he's struggling with that already. The last thing is he's a terrible campaigner. And he always has been. He was terrible McCall. He wouldn't really campaigned against effort four years ago. He's very gifted at wielding power, which is a different thing, you controls this large budget, these agencies that are off the state budget books that are billions of dollars more over two hundred forty six were. But we've so you're seeing him struggle in new and interesting ways to say something about how the Democratic Party is shifted beneath him while he's been in office and the expectations of voters have even as he's very likely. I think to win this primary. He's been damaged severely by this exercise to any of you think that that last minute Mailer, which the times editorial board. Everybody else called sleazy was a sign that Cuomo is more worried about how this race might turn out than the polls. Which have a big gap would indicate. Causey? I think it's it shows. There's a concern. But I don't know if it's about losing or just about being embarrassed, but a small victory, and it also shows what some of his campaign people think is appropriate to have government officials sort of step away from their government roles and campaign like this like that co mingling they they think that's okay, they think that's appropriate. They think these are the issues that voters are going to decide on when Andrew Cuomo the first time he was a candidate in two thousand two and several many times since he's projected himself as as someone who says, let's talk about issues, let's not be negative. And if you're talking about the other person that says you don't have anything to say about yourself. And then his aides do this. So that really says something about who Cuomo says he is and who Cuomo really is. And I also just, you know, alluding to what is he said, you know, sometimes a win isn't a win. Right. And so when he ran against that Moore wins ever ran against him for years ago. And she got a third of the vote which shocked most of New York he won. But it was slightly embarrassing. And I think he's really concerned about the percentages, especially because he thinks that he has a future in two thousand twenty see you can't hobble into success in your primary with your challenger an actress with no political experience getting over thirty percent. Although if if Cynthia Nixon gets just a third of the vote today and Cuomo gets two-thirds that would mean he beats her by more than thirty points. And that would be considered a good win for him at this point, wouldn't it? I it he frame it that way. But I think in I think he'll be okay, obviously in November. But he's not thinking about November. He's thinking about twenty twenty. And so is he thinking about twenty point. He's thinking about it. No one else. Well, asking because in the debate on on channel two he said he will not run for president the only way he would not finish out this next four year term if reelected is if an act of God strikes him dead. I mean, that's as close to politician actually rolling something out as I could think of right. And we know that Cuomo shown himself to be abundantly, trustworthy, these past few. I also think he's he's thinking about January if his coattails don't bring along Kathy wholefood food, Lieutenant governor. If if he doesn't bring along his preferred Lieutenant governor hidden attorney general if it also in Bolton's legislators to stand up to him, that's a very long term, and he may want that alternative option that he jokingly suggests but he's running as the progressive hope of New York to fight Trump. So is he also at the same time worried that the state legislature will go more democratic and stand up to him from the left is that what you're suggesting Ozzy. Yeah. Because Cuomo has a history of moderating positions that fifteen dollars minimum wage that he the New York Times editorial board and other people give him credit for that's phased in over six years. And it's not indexed to the price of inflation. Which means by the time, you get your fifteen dollars. It's not even worth fifteen dollars. So Cuomo is very smart. He's done some very good things. The safe act is a bolder step than most other governors have taken in the wake of gun violence. But there's other things he's done where the headline which really good. But when you look at the details activists who know the information say that's not enough. And some legislators might be willing to challenge him on those issues. Brian Lehrer on WNYC live in the green space for our primary day politics special, by the way, I'll be back tonight at nine o'clock, which is when the polls close at New York for an hour or so of election returns coverage we'll see what they can determine by ten o'clock tonight. And whether we have to stay on longer, but we will be doing live primarily returns, which I'll be anchoring tonight at nine o'clock here on WNYC, my guests right now, the three co hosts of the new New York City, politics, I guess, New York City and state politics podcast, FAQ NYC Harry Siegel as he paper, and Christina Greer. And we have our informal. Unofficial thoroughly unscientific primary exit poll going on the phones at two one two four three three WNYC two one two four three three nine six nine two and Christina. Here's how thoroughly unscientific. It is so far the only 'cause we're getting in the governor's race. And we'll get to state Senate and some of the other things as we go along in the show, the only 'cause we're getting so far in the governor's race are from people voting for Cynthia Nixon. Right. And so we don't take that as statistically Representative. But what we won't use this in my stats class next semester. But what does happen on talk radio all the time in various ways. And I think we're seeing an example of it right here is that the people with the most passionate about an issue or in this case, a choice tend to call in. And usually the people who were most unhappy with the status quo tend to call people call in to complain about something more than they call in to say that politician or that corporation or whatever is doing a great job. And I think it suggests a question though, which is who feel strongly about Andrew Cuomo. Right. We know that people feel strongly about Cynthia Nixon who are supporting Cynthia Nixon for all the progressive issue reasons and things like that. And yet KOMO does have this big lead in the polls. But are there are people out there? God I really like Andrew Cobb getting out there. So how things fit together the big lead? And that there's no apparent passion. Right. I think some of its name recognition not just from south. But first family, I think that some people are thinking about November and the bridge. The bridge. I'm going to put in quotes, my father, tappan Zee. Right. I mean, you know, I do think that some people are thinking about November and thinking that Cuomo is a better challenger Tamala narrow I think that unfortunately, Cynthia Nixon has some Trump effect where because he is so grossly incompetent. They're seeing her as as the celebrity with no real policy background or electoral politics background. So there doesn't seem to be real passion for Andrew Cuomo yet he knows how to raise money. He's got all the union endorsements. Any seems just fine. I do want to sort of circle back now, and we have to really think about turnout because so many legislators in New York have structured it such that they've made it so difficult for us to participate. I mean, I think New York has more draconian laws than say like Alabama, Mississippi, and this may be a case of the chickens coming home to roost for some of these incumbents because in a low turnout, raise it usually helps an incumbent, but when we see this groundswell that Harry Nause we're talking about with the left into quasi civil war going on in the party where you have these new people who actually are excited about insurgent candidates that actually does not service incumbents. Well, and this is how you can get knocked off with two thousand vote, and it flips the script on turnout perhaps that maybe in this scenario, low turn out actually favours at the Nixon because the people who will turn out or the people who care Ozzy. You're nodding your head. I my head whenever Chris Chris. Yes. But but think about your MTA ride whenever it's sort of. Okay. You don't feel the need to say. Thanks for my okay, ride MTA. But when it gets stalled, I go from zero to outrage really quickly, and I want to tweet about, you know, getting my money back for for this ride. If people are upset they will come out and vote if people think Andrew Cuomo has it in the bag, it's not such a big deal. It's raining. It's thursday. He'll he'll win..

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Is eleven twenty. Well, the reality of politics is sometimes allies lose and primary day could provide governor Cuomo with some mixed feelings if he wins it was back in one thousand nine hundred eighty two when Westchester county executive L del Bello scored an upset to win the Lieutenant governor's race. But they'll Bella was not the preferred candidate of governor. Mario cuomo. Eventually resigned. The prospect of a split ticket is again becoming a possibility says I own a college political scientists genie's they know Cynthia Nixon's running mate city council member Jimani Williams is running a competitive race with Lieutenant governor Kathy Hokuto. The support of the city certainly Democrats in the city of name recognition down there. I also think we have to get Williams credit. He's really strong campaign Cuomo Williams, stick it could transform state politics, as we know it say, no says if Williams feels emboldened to speak out against Cuomo on certain issues. His position and expanded. In the way, we seen some vice president of the United States. Do you know, it can either be limited or expansive as the person wants, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty some drivers on Long Island are not able to park where they should and actually got punished in a way, they should not have the closure of the parking garage near the extremely busy LA double our station here in hicksville leaves drivers looking for alternative places to park and some chose the Broadway mall. But for nearly three dozen they found their cars booth in an illegal practice of the town of oyster bay supervisor Joseph salad, Dino. Wow. Town. Illegal the company that booted the cars had to take the boots off and refund customers who paid the fines. So the question where to park while the garages closed for nearly three months. Four. Parking lot. And we'll be running shuttle budget continuously. Four PM nine PM. The garage had to be closed after drivers complained of cracks concrete falling onto vehicles and leaks. Since it opened in twenty.

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Lightly in central park at nine fifty primary day could provide governor Cuomo with some mixed feelings. He may win the nomination, but his running mate could lose creating a split ticket WCBS reporter Steve burns says it's a situation that Cuomo's father had to deal with back in the eighties was back in one thousand nine hundred eighty two when Westchester county executive Al Del Bello scored an upset to win the Lieutenant governor's race. But del Bello was not the preferred candidate of governor. Mario cuomo. Eventually resigned. The prospect of split ticket is again becoming possibility says Iona college political scientists genie's Ainhoa Cynthia Nixon's running mate city councilmember Jimani Williams is running a competitive race with Lieutenant governor Kathy Hokuto. The city certainly Democrats in the city of name recognition down there. I also think we have to get Williams credit. He's really strong campaign. Cuomo Williams ticket could transform state politics as we know it say, no says if Williams feels emboldened to speak out against Cuomo on certain issues. His his position and expanded. And the way we seen some vice presidents of the United States. Do you know, it can either be limited or expansive as the person wants, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty taking the wraps off the Trump White House is proving popular among the reading public CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter. Spreading Bob Woodward's new book about a dysfunctional White House in an incompetent president has sold more than seven hundred and fifty thousand copies in under two days. It appears destined to be another million seller. Like, Michael wolf's, fire and fury, which was also a critical look at the Trump White House the pace of sales Woodward's book, including print e books and audio is among the fastest in memory for nonfiction over a decade ago. President Clinton's memoir my life sold more than a million copies in eight days. Pam Coulter, CBS news. Phil Simms and Boomer Esiason know the importance of standing apart from the competition. So investors Bank asked to them to talk business banking in their terms. We're doing our both tall blonde. New York quarterbacks. It was sometimes difficult to tell us apart. Luckily, I've aged a little more gracefully.

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To seventy five in Newark in central park at seventy four going down, the seventy s Steve thank you, Bobby. It is seven fifty a WCBS primary day tomorrow could provide governor Cuomo with some mixed feelings. The governor may win the nomination. He is favored, but his running mate actually could lose. And that would create a split ticket. In New York are Steve burns says it's a situation that Cuomo's father actually had to deal with way back in the day. It was back in one thousand nine hundred eighty two when Westchester county executive Al Del Bello scored an upset to win the Lieutenant governor's race. But del Bello was not the preferred candidate of governor. Mario cuomo. Eventually resigned. The prospect of a split ticket is again becoming a possibility says Iona college political scientists genie's say Cynthia Nixon's running mate city council member Jimani Williams is running a competitive race with Lieutenant governor Kathy Hokuto. The support of the city certainly Democrats in the city of name recognition down there. I also think we have to get Williams credit. He's really strong campaign. Cuomo Williams ticket could transform state politics, as we know it say, no says if Williams feels emboldened to speak out against Cuomo on certain issues, we may see. EMU's position and expanded. In the way, we seen some vice presidents of the United States. Do you know, it can either be limited or expansive as the person wants, Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty seven fifty one. I'm Paul main with dish digital WalMart is partnering with Kobo to take on.

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"It's about time. But I just wish they would keep it as the tappan Zee bridge as opposed to the Cuomo bridge all always call, and I'm sure a lot of. People don't know anyone that refers to it as the Mario Cuomo brick. I haven't heard anybody say what was the old bridge wasn't at the mouth. Now. Gum wilson. Did anyone call it? Not the Muslim no not really change your back Tappin Zee the name dominates conversations, not the smooth ride wider lanes or shoulders another controversy the delayed opening engineers postponed. The switch to the second span for fear that part of the old bridge could collapse and hit the new structure gubernatorial candidate, Cynthia Nixon accused governor Cuomo of jeopardizing safety by pushing for the ribbon cutting the head of the primary. The governor rejects that apparently all the sound the old tap is not falling down in Tarrytown. Sean Adams WCBS NewsRadio eight hundred high on the storm. Now the latest from WCBS at eleven five Carolina's bracing for hurricane Florence the category. Four storm is expected to intensify before making landfall early Friday. A team of Red Cross employees and volunteers from our areas headed south to try to help out Marla diamond with their story. The team of twenty two local Red Cross volunteers and employees is headed to Raleigh Durham to help set up. Evacuation shelters and provide medical assistance, Debbie Hayden, a registered nurse from garden city is a veteran of twenty disasters including hurricanes. Irene and sandy. I'll never forget either. One of those. I think we've come a long way in both of those hurricanes people arrive completely unprepared. People in the Carolinas have been evacuating for days now, but still some we'll stay behind yesterday on nine eleven a team of emergency responders that make up FEMA urban search and rescue New York task force one deployed to North Carolina. The team is bringing eight water rescue boats and materials to help retrieve people from collapsed structures or confined spaces Marla diamond W. CBS News Radio eight eighty Manhattan DA Cy Vance is in Manhattan criminal court this morning asking for the dismissal of more than three thousand marijuana cases. Dating back to the late seventies. The dismissal eliminates consequences of violation and misdemeanor warrants for thousands of New Yorkers caught with marijuana last week. A similar plan was announced in Brooklyn to erase tens of thousands of low level marijuana cases. The results of tomorrow's primary may not match up with the campaign ads. We've been seeing Steve burns looks at the possibility of an interesting outcome. Wants the ballots are counted candidates running for governor have their running mates governor Cuomo's running with Lieutenant governor Kathy Hokuto, Cynthia Nixon is running with city council member Jimani Williams, but voters are under no obligation to obey those pairings. I do think. Absolutely. We may see a Cuomo Williams ticket. I think it's going to be one of the most interesting things to watch for on Thursday. I own a college political scientist, gene. Zano says that could up end state politics, as we know it may see Williams if he disagrees with the governor on a key issue speak out about that Williams is trailing Khokhlov in. Recent polling by a much smaller margin than Nixon's behind Cuomo Williams also benefits from name recognition in the city. Well, Toko hails from the buffalo area. Zeno says the Lieutenant job is what the office holder makes it important job. And I think that's where you know, the personality and the times really matter Cuomo's father found himself in this exact situation in nineteen eighty three when Al Del Bello one the number two job del Bello resigned. Two years later saying Mary Cuomo didn't give them anything to do..

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"We'll have for the next few. It's five oh three two bridges to tries. But the second time is the charm when it comes to the tappan Zee replacement over the Hudson eastbound traffic is flowing over two new bridges this morning WCBS reporters. Sean Adams is watching the historic new community joins us live, Sean. Yeah. The switches complete both spans of the new tappan Zee slash Cuomo bridge in operation a bit delayed. This was supposed to happen. Friday into Saturday on Friday. I was on the eastbound span looking right across at the old tab, the center span of the old tap is gone. It's already been removed the two towers of the superstructure remained. And I watched as they were ironworkers kind of up high there. They had their torches going sparks flying as they were cutting away at different sections. So they were dismantling right up to the. When the christening the ribbon cutting occurred now, those workers late Friday, they heard a pop there's a joint that was in pretty bad shape and it threatened to bring down that steel structure. So they they couldn't go ahead with opening the eastbound span, there was fear that if any of the old bridge fell it might hit the Newbridge well that caused quite a stir gubernatorial hopeful Cynthia Nixon, she accused governor Cuomo of pushing to get the this bridge opening done before the primary she accused him of putting politics ahead of public safety. The governor's office vigorously denies that. Apparently the engineers have given a green light because the new bridge is open now in both directions. Wayne, Paul, thank you, Sean Adams at the bridge and the phony campaign Miller accusing Cynthia Nixon Eddie semitism was created by someone helping with the Cuomo campaign spokesman for governor Andrew Cuomo's reelection did not guilty party. But says it was an indoor. Digital helping the campaign on constituency outreach changes are promised from now on constituency preps are reps that is will not be allowed to draft material and Eddie mailers will need approval from party leaders and from lawyers immaterial went out to about seven thousand households and cost eleven thousand dollars. They Democratic Party calls. It a mistake in New York state. The party has offered to send out material for the Nixon campaign, but the candidate wondered yesterday to radio host Brian Lehrer. If it might arrive the day after the election or next week. The party has also reportedly reached out with the monetary offer to the Nixon camp and the results of the primary tomorrow may not match up with the campaign ads that we've been looking at WCBS reporter Steve burns looks at the possibility of an interesting outcome once they count all the ballots candidates running for governor have their running mates governor Cuomo's running with Lieutenant governor Kathy Hokuto, Cynthia Nixon is running with city council member Jimani Williams, but voters are under no obligation. To obey those pairings. Absolutely. We may see a coma Williams ticket. And I think it's going to be one of the most interesting things to watch for on Thursday. I own a college political scientist, genie's Ainhoa says that could up end state politics, as we know it may see Williams if he gets degrees with the governor on a key issue speak out about that Williams is trailing hotel in recent polling by a much smaller margin than Nixon's behind Cuomo Williams also benefits from name recognition in the city. Well, Toko hails from the buffalo area. Zeno says the Lieutenant job is what the officeholder makes it important job. And I think that's where you know, the personality and the times really matter Cuomo's father found himself in this exact situation in nineteen Eighty-three when Al Del Bello one the number two job del Bello resigned. Two years later, saying Marya Cuomo didn't give them anything to do. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty we have the latest on our forecast in the track of hurricane Florence next in three minutes on WCBS. It's five O seven right.

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Instead gone public and resigned if you would like to answer that question either way, just go to our Twitter feed at Brian Lehrer. And we will talk about it later on the show as we get some results, but you go to see our Twitter feed and take our one question poll that we've linked to shed the anonymous op Ed writer have instead gone public and resigned. Meanwhile, one week from today Thursday. Yes, Thursday September thirteenth is primary day in New York state, as you know, we've been covering the major races, and we continue to do that right now with New York state, Lieutenant governor Kathy Hokkaido, governor Cuomo's running mate who is being challenged in the democratic primary by Brooklyn city council member Jimani Williams councilmember Williams was here on Tuesday. Lieutenant governor Hoke gets her turn. Now, one important thing for you all to know about this election before we get started. If you don't already know is that you can split your vote. In the democratic primary that is you can vote separately for governor and Lieutenant governor. And in fact, the polls show Cuomo were the big lead over Cynthia Nixon, but the Hokuto Johnny Williams race as much closer. So there's that, of course, we know a lot of polls wrong about a lot of things. So we offer that with all the grains of salt that they deserve. But those are different and the Lieutenant governor race, according to the polls is much closer and you get to vote separately in these two races. And with that Lieutenant governor Hokkaido welcome back to WNYC. Thank you. Brian. Delighted to be back and listeners we've been taking your questions for the candidates and will continue to do that in this segment. Two one two four three three WNYC for three three nine six nine two people. Don't think that much about Lieutenant governors, but anything you wanted to ask a Lieutenant governor and never had the chance as she Wentz. Reelection two one two four three three nine. Six nine to do you want to weigh in on the times op Ed should they have instead gone public and opposition to Trump and resigned? First of all, I want to commend the New York Times for their courage in putting this unsigned letter forward. This message that was basic sound like there's a hostage situation where they are captive in Whitehouse. But in their opinion, their patriotic duty requires them to stay and I'm going to respect that. I believe that we need to have people that are checks and balances outside is governor Cuomo, and I have been fighting hard against the administration. But it gives me a little more comfort to know that there are insiders who also think of our country, I and not satisfying Donald Trump's ego. What if somebody inside the Cuomo administration had published such an op Ed about this context? What would you be saying, then I would be looking at it very differently than he Donald Trump has with his extreme paranoia. If there are problems like that that someone needs to have come forward. I'd want to find out what they are. And make sure we're dressing them. Because. People deserve to have the best government possible. And I have served at every level council. Member county official a member of congress and now Lieutenant governor. So I understand is tremendous power government has the too good for people. But also as we've seen under Donald Trump incredible powered has to destroy people and destroy writes that we've cherished all of our lives. All right onto your own race, one of the biggest differences between you and tramonte Williams is he says he would treat the office of Lieutenant governor less like an assistant to the governor and more like a watchdog like the job of New York City. Public advocate is to the mayor. He says why wouldn't that be a better way to serve the people of New York, especially if governor Cuomo wins reelection. Well, it's an interesting premise, but I'll tell you why it won't work first of all the number one job of Lieutenant governor. And it has to have the experience necessary to step in for the governor. If necessary I bring that lifetime of experience and the knowledge of how government works. Secondly, four years ago, the democratic primary voters and the general election voters asked me to be governor Cuomo's partner, we have been a team for four straight years. And so you don't see the gridlock that I saw firsthand paralyzing Washington. When two men are in a fistfight with each other every day and things don't get done. So I would say as Lieutenant governor working as a partner we have been able to accomplish so much more increasing the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour ensuring that we have free education for young people who just have a better shot in life sexual assault on college campuses. I've been a champion to make sure that we Aratu Kate that and it's very beginnings. So I've worked hard, and I know that we can get more done working clever. There are other checks on the administer. It does not have to be summoned who in my judgment is more like a vice president someone who should be working closely. Like Joe Biden did with President Obama a follow up point from Germany Williams. From progressive politics standpoint, is that governor Cuomo has only done some of his most progressive things when he's under pressure from the left of the party when build Blasios elected on promising universal pre-k for the city only then did Cuomo adopted for the state when jeffer- teach out ran against them in two thousand fourteen on a fifteen dollars minimum wage among other things only. Then did he adopt the wage scale as his own with Cynthia Nixon running on legalizing, marijuana only. Then did he go from not? Yes on that. So to progressive democratic primary voters, why wouldn't they be better served having a dramatic Williams who keeps that kind of pressure on him rather than you who won't play that role when he seems to need it from their point of view. I reject the notion that he seems to need it. First of all, I personally have been a progressive. The most Republican part of the state of New York my entire life. It is much harder to flow that is western New York. And I have been a member of congress who lost my seat because I refuse to vote against the Affordable Care Act. I still with Brock Obama when he needed my support. I've also been a champion of LGBTQ rights way back before it was a popular thing to do including transgender individuals. I stood up as a county official to protect them and a champion for women's right to choose. I come from an area of the state where I was told when I first ran for office for council if you did not accept the right to lifeline. You would never win. I rejected that I stood shoulder to shoulder. Women have Planned Parenthood and reproductive rights. So first of all I am a progressive. Secondly, governor Cuomo ensured that we had marriage equality three years ahead of the rest of the nation. He didn't need any pressure to do that. He did it because it was right? The safe act. He did that in response to a crisis. When we saw children slaughtered in their classrooms. Not far from here in Connecticut. So. I reject the notion that governor Cuomo needs other people to tell him to do what's right? The two of us worked together as partner, and we put the interest of the people of New York. I every time and William slogan is any blue won't do meaning not just any democrat in this blue state and to that point the victory of Alexandria, Cossio Cortez in queens and the Bronx and the victory of Presley in Boston over an incumbent democratic congressman like the one here was over a very liberal democratic congressman Joe Crowley are examples of the new waves of progressives and younger people of color who were seen as more dedicated activists for change. Even if you and drew Monty Williams agree on most issues, why shouldn't voters in this year's democratic primary. If they're inspired by Cossio Cortez an eye on a Presley, see Jimani Williams as the more meaningful choice for this moment. I I commend them on their elections. And as women as someone is the only woman in statewide office. Currently, I'm proud to see more women stepping up, and I encourage that I have been trying to get more women to run for office since I I found hot what it takes to get elected. Secondly, I have many bright blue in a sea of red, and that takes more courage and political guts tenacity, then to declare your certain shade of blue in Brooklyn. And so I have been there on issues like I said reproductive health for women women's right to choose ensuring rights pretty LGBT community at a time. When my challenger even waffled on those issues to his own detriment, and that became an issue when he ran for city council, and that was pointed out by members of the media, not myself. So I'm not sure what color bluer talking there. But I have been blue any red part of our state, and this state is magnificent. It's larger than the five boroughs, although there normally important, but the majority of votes in a general election are going to come out of upstate New York where I'm from. And I know my goal and the governor's coal is to make sure that we elect Democrats across the board and do not have a Republican governor. Owner or Republican Senate any longer. So that's our focus. So I'm embracing the energy out there. A lot of young people have supported my Wraith. Particularly young women are excited that I've paved the way for many of them, and I'm going to continue doing so on Germany Williams, past statements on abortion rights and same sex marriage. He says those were at one time personally held positions they were never his policy positions. And maybe one capacity is Mario Cuomo the governor's father who was so famous in his day, as you know for saying as a human being as Catholic he's personally opposed to abortion. But as a politician, it's not his place to tell women what choice they should make as a matter of law, so buddy Williams on safe ground there. Now, I will tell you. It is twenty eighteen the country has moved a long way and particularly when women's reproductive. Rights are literally under assault as we speak. There are confirmation hearings going on in Washington DC and Kevin off is selected. I believe he will be as the next supreme court Justice. It is no longer chicken little saying, the sky is falling the sky will have fallen, and we need strong people who are personally committed to women's reproductive health and always have been even in tough times are tough circumstances. Like, I have to stand up to Donald Trump, and this new supreme court because we're going to have so much more to do here in the state of New York, we have to codify Roe v. Wade immediately in January, and I'm looking forward to continue to campaign to elect Democrats. So Andrew Stewart cousins is the rightful leader of the Democratic Party and will protect women's rights. Always have always will never wavered, but guest is New York state Lieutenant governor Kathy Hokuto running for renomination next. Thursday's New York state democratic primary against Brooklyn city council member Germany Williams, councilmember Williams was here on Tuesday for his candidate interview. You Lieutenant governor Hokkaido is here right now for hers, and.

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Democratic Lieutenant Governor Primary Debate

Max & Murphy on Politics

09:53 min | 2 years ago

Democratic Lieutenant Governor Primary Debate

"Neighborhood network in partnership with the league of women voters of New York stain. Got them use that presents race to represent a Emon election initiative. Hello. I'm Ben max executive editor of Gotham gazette. New York voters will head to the polls on Thursday, September thirteenth for party primary elections in many statewide and local races, including certain party nominations largely on the democratic side for governor attorney general and members of both houses of the New York state legislature also on the democratic primary ballot will be the choice for Lieutenant governor. Today. We're pleased to bring you the first televised debate in the race for the democratic nomination for Lieutenant governor between the two candidates running including the incumbent Lieutenant governor is the second highest ranking official in state government with constitutional duties, including to serve as president of the state Senate and to serve as acting governor. When the governor's out of state the Lieutenant governor becomes governor in the event of the governor's death impeachment or resignation. The race to be the democratic nominee for Lieutenant governor has been closely watched contest and contentious as we head toward the September boat. In just a minute, you'll hear from both candidates on a wide range of issues, including they're very different visions for the role of Lieutenant governor. What they see as major issues facing New York and what they plan to do about them if elected. So let's get to the debate. Joining me are the democratic candidates for Lieutenant governor of New York. The challenger New York City councilmember Jimani Williams, and the incumbent Lieutenant governor Kathy Hoke will. So thank you both very much for being here start with you council member Williams, and we're going to alternate who gets to answer the questions. First council member Williams, you're applying for the job of Lieutenant governor. How do you describe that role? I thank you been for being the moderate for this debate thing. And then for opening this space, I have this question. Thank was hopeful for joining us for this discussion. What I suspect is going to happen. The next thirty minutes is a fundamentally different vision and perception of what the Lieutenant governor's office is can and should be for most Lieutenant governors, including the one I'm debating the Lieutenant governor's office has been one that simply does what the governor says to do for lack of. Terminology is the heirs and the voice and the eyes of the governor. I reject that and I believe that tenant governor's office should be the is the voice and the eyes of the people of the state of New York. I, I believe the job is to serve the people of the state of New York and not any governor. Now, Lieutenant governor should work and partner with the governor, whether it's he or hopefully she when the doing the work of the people of the state of New York productively. But when they're not when the governor says, we have universal Excelsior program, but only three percent of students have it on the governor says that we're banning frac gas, but we have a building plans to have frat gas, come into the state. Someone has to step up stand out and have the courage to say the emperor has no clothes, and that we actually lip service is not matched up with actions. You and the ten governor HOGAN. Can you describe the role, ten governor as you see it delighted to again, thank you. Into my challenge money Williams council member. Thank you for being here today. Very simply. The role of tenant governor officially is to be experienced prepared to step in to serve as governor should the need arise. You also preside over the New York state Senate as its president. But four years ago, the people of the state of New York elected me to be a partner with governor Cuomo because basically they want us to get things done and I'm proud of the record of accomplishment, ripe able to champion causes as the only woman in statewide office that are near and dear to my heart, fighting for women's reproductive rights, ensuring that we have workplaces in college campuses where women can be free from sexual assault and harassment increasing the minimum wage because the majority of minimum wage earners are women, many single heads of household also fighting the heroine opioid crisis, where I personally know the pain is someone who lost a nephew just a few years ago. So I have been launched into an opportunity to. In partnership with the governor, but to use my voice and I sure the council member as a strong Amon, I do not do it. Men tell me to do. I am an independent strong woman and always have been

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Oh five some, pretty startling numbers the NYPD statue of, the, number, of city students charged with felony. Sex crimes in schools jump. By one hundred thirty, eight percent during the last academic year the post says there were thirty one felony sexual assault misconduct arrests ranging from rape to sex abuse that's up from thirteen arrests in the previous year We. Say a spokeswoman, says this is deeply troubling behavior that, has, no, place in our schools and they. Remain laser focused on taking. Action to address it Advisory for the city and adjacent suburbs, continuing now it's been extended. Through six PM Friday AccuWeather, says today hot and humid sun and clouds ninety two with the, real feels a hundred this afternoon so be ready for that Well the humidity partly cloudy very warm and humid tonight seventy seven's are low in mid town, seventy in some suburbs tomorrow temperature wise a high of eighty eight so a. Bit lower with real feels though still mid. Nineties very warm, and humid with, some storms coming on in looks like tomorrow night into Saturday morning had. Some heavy downpours are possible Seventy six degrees. Now partly cloudy skies humidity eighty percent in that real feel, eighty one is your stepping out the door on the way to ninety two in real feels, at one hundred degrees this afternoon Wins news time. Six oh six city councilman Germany Williams who's vine to unseat Lieutenant governor Kathy hotel and upcoming democratic primary has released five years of his taxes after she challenged him to do that most tax returns show he wrote off more. Than, three thousand, dollars, last year for haircuts and grooming his campaign. Spokesperson tells the daily news the right office justified because it also. Falls into the category including tailoring laundry and dry cleaning News time six oh, seven the latest controversy surrounding President Trump. Involves his decision to revoke the national security clearance a former CIA director John Brennan a frequent critic of Mr.. Trump here's Brennan and. MSNBC calling this an abuse of power revoking my security clearances his way of trying to get back at me but I think I have tried to voice the concerns of millions of Americans about Mr. Trump's failures In terms of filling the responsibilities of that sacred in solemn office of the presidency Brennan says he actually heard of this decision from a TV report he hasn't been contacted by anyone the Trump White House Wins news. Time six oh eight Your. Fans of, the band social distortion of course social deny commenting about an incident, in concert in Sacramento last month which a fan claims frontman.

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of the fifty ninth street bridge path that's got the right lane. Blocked off, and of course that means not only slowdowns to the lower. Level but extra traffic to the upper level heading to Manhattan on the fifty ninth street. Bridge and that's what we have so delays both levels heading towards Manhattan delays also heading to the midtown. Tunnel if you're thinking of using that as an alternate that's because westbound LIE just after van dam street an accident still being cleared still has the left lane shut down Queens-bound at the Whitestone bridge it is moving well it is Bronx bound where you've got, delays at the, Whitestone bridge in fact the delays, extending back onto the Whitestone expressway Byron Linden place it, is, all, because of, roadwork heading to the outbound GWOB on. The westbound cross Bronx it's, about twenty, five. Minutes now from the Sheridan all the, way, out to, both upper and, lower levels, there's construction on, both the outbound upper. And lower level moving well at the Lincoln tunnel also moving well at the Holland, home some better news northbound two, eighty, seven in Franklin township by Exit twelve, that crash cleared away westbound on eighty s you're, getting into route nineteen in Patterson there's some construction there seem on the eastbound side as. You're getting toward exit forty. Three in Parsippany roving construction up to two lanes are blocked off in fact. We are seeing delays right now as you're getting, toward exit thirty four next traffic update less than ten minutes away on WCBS, now let's check on the weather forecast decreasing clouds and more humidity. High today of one. Shower possible yes odds are low in fact less than twenty percent. Overnight tonight, after midnight could see a passing shower there's a better chance. You'll see some rain with an embedded thunderstorms tomorrow high eighty four from CBS news I'm. John Elliott's fair and seventy five now in central park at ten thirty nine governor Cuomo holds a commanding. Two to one lead over rival Cynthia Nixon ahead of the September thirteenth democratic primary but his running mate Lieutenant governor Kathy goal, is locked in a surprisingly close race against Jimani Williams Cuomo Who is running for third, term leads Nixon, sixty percent at twenty nine percent with eleven percent. Undecided this, is in the Sienna college poll but hopeless only head of Williams a Brooklyn councilmember thirty percent to twenty one percent with half. Of those voters undecided for the past, few decades Nassau County police were using the letter the letter. Code, y. for yellow to label, employees of Asian descent the. Nassau County police department spokesperson says in a, statement what was going. On since the early nineteen eighties did not reflect. Any bias toward Asian American or. Native American residents the spokesperson was talking. About how Asian and native American officers were placed in the computer personnel system Asians had a y. for. Yellow by their names native Americans had, an eye, for Indian the New. York Civil. Liberties Union uncovered what was going on director Susan God says it's disturbed Dubbing and she worries about. The, culture within.

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"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"lieutenant governor kathy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Brian lera on wnyc and in recent weeks we've heard a lot and we've talked about a lot about cynthia nixon's challenge to governor cuomo in the democratic primary but you may not know there's a democratic primary going on for lieutenant governor as well brooklyn city mentioned monte williams announced he will run for the spot against the incumbent cuomo's lieutenant governor kathy hokuto now in case you didn't know new york's governor and lieutenant governor primaries are run separately not as a ticket so if williams toko in september but cuomo was renominated we could see a democratic ticket of cuomo and jimani williams an outspoken progressive council member from flatbush who started public life as a community organizer williams says he wants to be the people's lieutenant governor who had pushed the cuomo administration on things like affordable housing policy police reform and fixing the mta and he's been critical of the current role of the lieutenant governor which has in the past been little more than a booster of the governorship in the daily news williams said the state needs someone who can quote not just give lip service but do things also tramonte williams has been in the news speaking out after the police killing last week of saheed vassal as officers miss tucker curved metal pipe demand was holding for a gun in crown heights dramatic williams joins us now to talk about that case and his run for lieutenant governor councilmember welcome back to wnyc.

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