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Biden moves forward with transition as Trump continues to refuse to concede
"That were more in the week removed from Election Day You've had a chance to go through some of the numbers. Anything surprising you but any race or just the overall view. I mean, I thought it odd that the Democrats didn't do. Don't race is fascinated by what happened. Miami Dade County. I wrote about it, you know, in September That Democrats look like they're having problems here that Trump could come on strong but like the total under tow that God created by Trump's candidacy in Miami, He wants flow of Florida's 26 congressional district. You know, the one that extends down to the keys that getting the parcel Powell represents, like he lost that by like 16. In 2016. And here he wanted by a couple of points on that swamp. New Carcel Powell put him in as an office on then the district 27 now In that case, Trump actually lost district 27, but The Jonah Shalala one of losing it, So you know, it's just It's just interesting what Trump did both in Miami Dade and in the state of large, But if you even take out Miami Dade County like Trump won the turnout war. Like motivated more voters, his voters to come out and the persuasion war he appears to have won independence. Like just just just the scope and scale of Trump's win in Florida is is big, especially when compared with the rest of the nation. Now you see what around the Santis is doing like he's got some. You know some proposals to expand the stand. Your ground law allows the use of war force to protect property. Um, Florida's going to become a much more conservative state from a government standpoint. Because I think a lot of Republicans are like Hey, look, you know we don't lose elections here. Voters want what we're serving up. We're gonna give him more of it. Yeah. You think the socialism message worked? It seemed like it Did. I mean, when you have Yeah, it seemed like it then Yeah. What? I've spoken to him. I hadn't used this yet, but you know, he said this elsewhere. Uh, he pointed out, it's you. It's not just socialism. Um, A lot of Hispanic voters, for instance, are working class and They have a sensibility that identifies a lot more with Trump. Then with what the Democrats were serving up, or certainly in Miami Dade County with what Biden was serving up, So, um, you know Rubio is talking about look at you know after Trump has gone assuming he's gone, right? Um, you know, how can the party the Republican Party both in Florida and nationally kind of build on that more working class coalition that cut across racial lines that Donald Trump appeared to have started to assemble. Now again, That's you know, even when Trump leaves, I think I think he is going to leave the White House here. All indications are that he lost, you know, lot indication that is going to run for reelection again. So you know, hang onto your seats for 2024. You know, the blue collar element was never the domain of the Republicans. I grew up in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, and that you want to take a picture. Blue collar Pennsylvania. It's that area and it went big for Trump Trump would once 58 to 42%. I just I couldn't believe it. I looked again Thought What is the big change? Or what did he do to convince blue collar workers that he's on their side? The Republicans are on their side, not the Democrats. Yeah, I think I think some of its culture. I think some of its policy like, you know, certainly In those northern states, the opposition of free trade agreements people have seen, um you know the jobs of old would go away, and they don't think the conventional politics that that Biden represented. Were adequate forum. But it is it is an interesting phenomenon. We're seeing this. The sorting that's happened in American politics is the Democratic Party is a party of intellectuals. Like the good What's a better way to say this? The highly college educated, college educated and um blacks, Latinos and the young and The Republican Party is a party, especially of working class whites, You know, as well as business, So it's those two kind of coalitions how they're they're kind of starting out. Don't know if it's gonna stay that way. But it's making for some interesting politics. Certainly here in this state. Well, obviously nationwide as well, Yeah, that's why Republicans like to use the term of leaders and, uh, the elitists on the left that seems to have stuck to finally the race. January. 5th Georges to Senate seat seems to be hard fought campaign this being natural campaigns. You're wrong about these races this week. Tell us about that. Yeah, well, I mean, Joe Biden. The success of Joe Biden's presidency is gonna hinge heavily on what happens in Georgia because if the two Democrats beat the two Republican incumbents Then the balance of power can be 50 50 in the Senate, and the tiebreaker, there would be Vice President Kamila Harris. So binds ability to kind of move. His agenda really heavily relies on this race. And Republicans know that and they're saying, Look. Yeah, fine. You know, Donald Trump might have lost by 12 14,000 votes here. They think a lot of lot of the anti Trump vote is gonna kind of disappear during a special election. And it's just going to be more about based motivation, and the Republicans think that their base in Georgia is gonna be superior to the Republican base. That they're going to prevail. Now. Rick Scott are senator is now the head of the National Republican Senatorial Committee. He's already got involved. He's they've already started running ads in Georgia, pointing out what Chuck Schumer The Senate minority leader from Brooklyn had set on Saturday. Like now we take Georgia and then we're gonna change the world. Well, right Change America. Yeah, he said change. America changed the world twice, so he obviously knew what he was saying. And so that that's that's gonna be front and center is front and center, the Republican messaging saying, Look, you kind of don't want to turn the Senate over to the You know, Brooklynite.
Biden, Trump campaigning in battleground Pennsylvania
"President Joe Biden was in Bristol Township, Bucks County over the weekend for a drive in rally may come down to Pennsylvania. And I believe in you. I believe in my state. The Trump campaign sees the same value in P E. A last week, the president said. If he wins Pennsylvania hold win reelection on Monday, President Trump is headlining three of his signature rallies in Bankest, ER, Allentown and Martinsburg, Biting along with his wife, Jill, also made a stop in Luzerne County on Saturday.
After tight 2016 race, Pennsylvania poised to be linchpin to election win
"Up in battleground states, and that includes Pennsylvania as K Y W Charlotte race reports. Both presidential candidates believe the Keystone State could decide this election. Nearly half of Pennsylvania's requested mail in ballots have already been cast, but candidates aren't giving up hope to secure more votes by November. 3rd. It's go time, folks. Is my coach of Delaware say it's go time. It's Game day. Former Vice President Joe Biden was in Bristol Township, Bucks County over the weekend for a drive in rally may come down to Pennsylvania. And I believe in you. I believe in my state. The Trump campaign sees the same value in P E. A last week, the president said. If he wins Pennsylvania hold win reelection on Monday, President Trump is headlining three of his signature rallies in blank, Esther Allentown and Martinsburg. Biden, along with his wife, Jill, also made a stop in Luzerne County on Saturday. Charlotte, RESCATE y. W News
"luzerne county" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"To carry Pennsylvania since George H. W. Bush in 1988 landslide by the way. So all of a sudden you have all these new registrants. And they're going with the Republican Party. It's even Democrat County's Luzern Lackawanna County, two counties the northeastern region, they were usually a bastion of Democrat voters. Now it's switching. It's switching. They're going Trump. Trump won Luzerne County first time since 1988. And it's happening all over Pennsylvania. So that's another great sign. Of what's happening, and you know it's not just Pennsylvania. I mean, it's No. Then again, if you missed it, I thought a huge thing is the fact that game one of the N B A Finals was the lowest rated N BA Finals game in history. LeBron James in it faced the MBA, black lives matter all this other stuff. All time, lowest rated game. Just 7.1 million people watched. That was a record until game to just happened. Where it's now. Game two is actually the lowest watched N BA Game finals game in history. And the ratings drop 68% from game 12 game, too. People are over this stuff. They're done with it, and I don't blame them. These are the things you have to watch. This is why I have you know, I'm feeling confident, cautiously confident. I think he's going to win again. I could be wrong. I really think he's gonna win..
"luzerne county" Discussed on On The Media
"Listener supported W. nyc studios. Federal Investigations Seldom. Begin with an uproar internal rules keep fledgling probes on the down low lest evidence. Reputations be destroyed. Before Elections Historically, the Justice Department is especially mum so as not to influence voters on the basis of mere suspicion. Not lately though since the ascension of Attorney General Bill Bar and especially in this election campaign, the Justice Department has been weaponized as a political tool for donald trump unproven and unfounded allegations are the warheads and the delivery system is the Agencies Department of Public Affairs Former federal prosecutor on Kush Car Dory wrote this week in slate about the transformation of a historically circumspect Justice Department press office into a trump propaganda machine. I'm Chris Welcome on the media. Thank you for having me first of all before bill bar and trump, and let's say not counting the Criminal Nixon administration how independent of politics was the Justice Department and the Public Fairs Apparatus? There is an element of political work as part of every Justice Department at the level of priorities and directional. Movement federal law enforcement right. So one administration might focus on immigration and other might focus on white collar crime but that really was about it and the public affairs office served a fairly mundane role. Circulating press releases are making people available to announce an indictment and the resolution to a criminal case, and perhaps also to announce a major investigative initiative or the results of a major project. My historical memory is that when you go to the Justice Department and ask if they're investigating something, they say mind your own beeswax. We don't volunteer information about ongoing investigations. That is true. There is an exception in Justice Department policy for matters of significant public concern to assure the public that the department is doing something about it. prototypical case to maybe put a finer point on it would be like a terrorist bombing or a school shooting. You know maybe a racially motivated violent crime, right? Those are the sorts of cases where the governor said look we are looking into this. So years ago the department looked into the civil rights compliance of the Police Department in Ferguson Missouri under President Obama. An air colder we have determined that there is a co there's costs for the Justice Department open an investigation to determine whether Ferguson police officials have engaged in a pattern or practice. Of violations of the United States constitution for federal law but the past six months and nothing bat the Justice Department is dropping its criminal case against President Trump's former national security adviser retired general Michael Flynn shocking reversal in the criminal case at President Trump's longtime friend and ally Roger Stone. It's led to a protest and charges of Interference Attorney General William Bars probe into the origins of the two thousand sixteen Russia investigation is now expanded into a criminal probe highly public constant commentary by the Attorney General and press releases from the Office of Public Affairs. Historically, this is an aberration is it not? It's definitely an aberration these kind of discreet one off cases where the department is intervening for ways that at least appear to be designed to shore up the president's or the Republican, Party's political interests or to further media narratives. That's highly highly unusual. I think in I have thought about this I think quite possibly holy unprecedented in the modern area. The pre-election period has been especially FEKETE ND in terms of politicization of potentially criminal matters. Let's start most recently with the story last week. From Luzerne County Pennsylvania, the US attorney for the Middle District of Pennsylvania David freed announced that nine military ballots were discovered in Luzerne county that were opened improperly the announcement was made even though no charges have been filed them. That's something unusual for a federal investigation. Now, the recent why we don't know that much about what actually happened is precisely because this information became public at an extremely early stage in the investigation process I've never seen anything like it document that unilaterally announces an investigation that nobody knew about nobody was asking about. Involving a fact pattern that may not even involve a crime. And you turned the news coverage of this more or less. Okay. Explained the possibilities about what might have taken place that do not seem sinister. Also. Discussed potential sinister explanations but I think generally the unlikelihood of political mischief but you wrote in slate that the nature of the mainstream. Was Essentially beside the point. The apparent objective of the press release was not really to get it covered one way or the other so much in the mainstream press but to inject it I, think in to this sort of conservative silo of media according to DOJ several military ballots will quote discard it. Investigators have recovered a total of nine ballots so far, not surprising. The deejay says an overwhelming majority of those ballots were cast for guests who Donald Trump it excelled in its objective on that front and I think for the purposes of trump and bill bar. That's really what they're angling for is to try to shift the terms of the narrative within this particular channel of the media ecosystem, and now that the nine discarded trump outs of part of the narrative of election. Twenty twenty. We can be pretty certain that it doesn't matter what the results are of the local police investigation or the Justice Department investigation trump will cite them again and again, and again as proof positive that what he's saying all along is true that the Democrats are trying to rig and steal the election by destroying mail in ballots meant for him this ending millions. Of ballots all over the country, this fraud they found in creeks they found some with the name trump just happened to have the name trump just the other day in a wastepaper basket..
"luzerne county" Discussed on WTOP
"A news conference to protest the grand jury's decision not to charge three Louisville police officers with her death. Ben Crump represents the family entertainers. Family never got their day in court. Now we got their chance for due process. Protesters held another night of demonstrations over the decision. CBS News Brief From Wendy Gillette a federal prosecutors description of nine discarded military ballots found in the trash in the northeastern Pennsylvania Elections office has been seized on by President Trump and his supporters. We're now learning that a temporary employee in Luzerne County incorrectly discarded a handful of ballots in mid September, but county officials say they were unaware of who the ballots were cast for until the Department of Justice identified the voters as supporters of the Resident. Some experts have accused the Justice Department of politicizing investigations related to balance it is official. The home of the Washington Mystics will become de Ces only Super Vote Center east of the river. This comes after the D C board of elections and the operator of the entertainment and sports arena of NCC received criticism for not having a large voting center in Wards seven or eight. Even mystics. Players like Natasha Cloud questioned on Twitter why the arena in Southeast wouldn't be used elections officials say they were originally told the arena was unavailable. But the head of events DC, cleared the venue's calendar this week. The smaller nearby Berry Farm's vote center will not open so it's equipment can be used at the arena. One astronaut says she'll be casting her vote from space this year. Kate Rubins and two cosmonauts are in Russia. They'll take off in a few weeks for a six month stay at the international space. Station. We fill out a form and we vote via absentee ballot on I plan on doing that in November. I think it's really important for everybody to vote and if we can do it from space Then I believe folks could do it from the ground to Texas. Law allows astronauts to vote from space using a secure electronic ballot. Mission control in Houston will forward the ballot to the space station 200 miles above the Earth and Rubens will email it back to a county clerk. Coming upon w T O P arrests over an alleged plot to attack the White House. 6 34 4 Mervis Diamond importers. This is Ronnie Mervis. Love.
"luzerne county" Discussed on KOMO
"Of some dumped election ballots in Pennsylvania. Luzerne County manager says a temporary independent contractor assigned to sort mail at the Elections bureau incorrectly discarded nine ballots into the trashcan. Nine ballots. What was notable is that the Department of Justice came out and said that seven of them We're open the day they opened up seven of them on that They showed that there were votes for Donald Trump. Well, according to the county manager here when these ballots were discovered, county officials had no idea who the votes for Suggesting that it was thie Department of Justice or the FBI that actually took the step of opening the ballots up in discovering who they were for ABC is Jonathan Karl Attorney General William Bar again, issuing a rare statement on the matter, pointing out some of those ballots were for President Trump. Later on Saturday, the president will name his nominee to the Supreme Court sources say. It will be conservative federal appeals Court Judge Amy Cockney Barrett and then the clock ticks for Senate Republicans on a confirmation vote Judiciary Committee headed by Lindsey Graham planning hearings for the second week in October, with a vote possibly coming before Election Day, or shortly there after this, despite that ABC News poll that shows a strong majority 57% of the American public That's a lot of Republicans, too. Think the next president the president, elected in November should fill Ruth Ginsburg seat ABC. Terry Moran, a Corona virus milestone, seven million cases and counting and internal FEMA Memo obtained by ABC News says New CORONA VIRUS Cases Continue to increase significantly Deaths going down nearly 10% in week over week comparisons cases rising in 24 states decreasing in 17 States King's daughter's Medical Center in Ashland, Kentucky. Reports they're at capacity due to an influx of coded 19 patients. ABC is Chuck Stevenson. And you're listening to ABC news. Have you ever thought about saying good bye to your job? Just walking into your boss and saying I quit. And how would you like to commute to work without ever leaving your home will not long ago, A 39 year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent $20 million.3 years to find the best home based business in North America. He researched 70 different companies, and when he found the on ly one that had really long term potential, he bought it. And right now he's looking for people to help him turned this company into his next billion dollars success story. So if you're serious about making money from home without having to leave your home will grab a pen because I'm about to give.
Probe Into ‘Discarded’ Ballots In Luzerne County, Northwest Of Philadelphia, Becomes Campaign Outrage Fuel
"Investigation underway in Pennsylvania tonight after a handful of military ballots were found thrown out today, Attorney General Bill Bar says nine ballots in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Were discarded tonight We're learning. Seven of them are cast for president Trump. Election officials say a worker open the ballots thinking they were for absentee ballots. That worker has since been fired right now. The FBI and state police are investigating the incident.
"luzerne county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Around the country. Available. Eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five back to the they just here in the last few minutes issued a tornado warning from the national weather service office in Saint Louis. This is Jefferson County central east, central Missouri. Then you've got Saint Genevieve county, Washington county and Saint Francois county. Those are either east central or southeast, Missouri. And tornado warning. So a dangerous storm looks like lead would around a eleven forty central temps. That's hearing about the next five five minutes or so Farmington at about ten till the top of the hour. So this is apparently radar indicated tornado but moving east at like fifty miles per hour. So regardless of a tornado being on the ground or not you definitely got the strong straight line winds and that that's all in our tornado watch zone. The continues into the early morning hours right around the country again, it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five. I think you're you're up in the Corentin zone. Aren't you? It's just south of me where I okay. I I live in Luzerne county the next county south school county, which is it for anybody. Come up, interstate eighty one to one thirty eight mile marker and south and then east.
"luzerne county" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
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"luzerne county" Discussed on Examining Politics
"What did he call the the men and women forgotten men and women be also said that there's carnage that's where i was looking for so there was carnage in america and people laughed at him and you know i was on several panels where people were making a joke about it there's carnage out there and and hair the ed harris of the world solid they were trying to save it and they decided they he made a very strong decision that he was going to flip and leave the democratic party behind now for someone that ingrained in the party that was so remarkable to me to see that change in him and this guy was incredibly successful in the democratic party it wasn't like you know he was just you know some union guy who just worked in his shop he was instrumental in in the in the in the strength of that union in fact he went to a trump rally i was at this rally and that's not where i met him though he went to the trump trump rally in wilkspur it was wilkes barre in luzerne county and when he got there of course news local news people saw him and they're like what's going on he goes yeah i'm supporting trump and i guess i'm going to have to resign from the labor council because he was the president labor council the union point is i think very valid one it's a the labor there was a time when labour wag the dog of the democratic party walter mondale along you know part of the labor's biggest coup to shepherd walter mondale former vice president of the nomination in nineteen eightyfour when afl cio endorsed him it had thirteen point seven million members when it endorsed hillary clinton had had twelve point five million members okay that wasn't just a loss of a million members however causing the mondale election ninety two million americans would go to participate in this election hundred thirty six million americans so the electorates gotten fifty percent bigger and the afl cio is a smaller piece of it in raw numbers there's a reason that democrats have felt comfortable marching toward cosmopolitanism if you will and not worrying about the.
"luzerne county" Discussed on Examining Politics
"Found ed harry also has has a great way to look at it harry you spoke to him in a diner i did d's diner on planes township road in luzerne county right by wilkesbarre and walk into dis and it's just like perfect diner with the chrome countertop and as soon as you walk in the first thing that most people are greeted by the usual and the answer usually as usual like everybody knows everybody it's like the cheese of dumbing affairs and ed's sitting in the back and he has been a a democrat i mean just completely tied to the democratic party instant tire life he was a union steward he begins a union stewart on you worked his way up to be an arbitrator for for the key was pretty powerful in the union in that position he was the guy who always brought someone like he was the guy always standing on the stage next to bill clinton or al gore or john kerry or michael dukakis he was so ingrained in the democratic party he voted for bernie sanders in in two thousand and sixteen in in in the primary in pennsylvania but he found himself about midsummer taking a look at this this this race and saying i to go with trump because the democratic party democratic party just isn't there for the working people and key had been in charge for all the working people in his county he had seen the economic devastation when when president trump on inauguration day said.
"luzerne county" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"He's eat they're like hey least you know who this is and he's like lou brock it was stand usual done live our tarred your fraser's diverse phase stone god's i don't respect twitter it's twitter vcc don live up our show with this still god's on espn radio espn radio presented by progressive insurance guess than the dan libertad show pierre via the shell pennzoil performance line and now you're sports center update alden smith turned himself into police on domestic violence charges and bonded out the bulls have talked to the nba league about resting its players to avoid what the league with you as thanking ridiculous and finally police say a damning clue led to the arrest of a pennsylvania man charged with stealing a pot of meatballs back liu red sauce smear on his face enclose authorities in luzerne county have charged a 48yearold man with burglary criminal trespass and theft by unlawful taking for allege at least swiping a pot of meatballs from a man's garage police say the victim reported has meatballs missing had told officers at around the same time he saw a man standing in front of his house with red sauce on his face and close the body was found in the street for all the latest headlines that information due to the sports centre on espn radio all throughout the day i hadn't had lunch woo hoo mike what's going on with chris aims is he coming down here to make his final announcements you're hearing at me during the break about chris syms and what he's doing around here when will he be flying down he will be in with us next week and we decided we're going to have a blowout with chris simpson sudi a rather than do one per day there's a couple of dark tv days next week in the ansi aa termines capturing everybody's hearts and minds so chris syms is coming down next week in studio to deliver his final six quarterback now wife final six as opposed the final five well that's just the way it worked out who may several vinyl six is fine plus get over it.
"luzerne county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The western kentucky judge presiding over the trial of a teenager charged in a deadly high school shooting in the tone of marshall last month local media complained that marshall county circuit judge james jebson has closed proceedings against gabriel parker who was charged in the murders of two students late last month both sides a filed petitions with the kentucky court of appeals over the secrecy and now the state attorney as requested a special judge to oversee the challenges police in pennsylvania credit a very obvious clue with helping them arrest the man accused of stealing a pot of meatballs lehman potter was taken into custody after he was found with red sauce smeared on his face and clothes he's accused of swiping a pot of meatballs from a guys garage and luzerne county he said the victim uh the victim did know potter was the thief or how did the victim no potter was the thief he told police he saw potter standing in front of his house with the incriminating smear of sauce on his face in life harry palm right on their for direct and intersection is all gem seldom she was the correct path then so common gouging wiggs i are those red line i mean he was a plan accordingly and you have an alternative wbz's traffic on the free wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time is to 23 it's time now for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheel drive traffic on the threes in here as nicole they've already i traffic.
"luzerne county" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"A summary harassment charge before a district judge wednesday and luzerne county turgo according to the times leader from somewhere in pennsylvania is it loser looks like loser lose aren't in charlotte get you things grew far worse than a mere summary affiliates when district judge joseph carmody car mody found harry ilet so you'll let's go yeah of west pitted pit stern i'm struggling with this one higher us cranston guilty as charged despite having been advised by the judge to watch his language earlier in the hearing you let's go apparently couldn't resist as the gavel on his guilty verdict went down you let's go allegedly looked dead judge and said i'm just going to have to go get my forty four magnum ono the times leader reports citing the criminal complaint in the case the judge responded are you threaten me because i just took that is a for it but west pits didn't police officer joseph demar coup was in the courtroom had heard enough and arrested you let's go the times reader rights adding you let's go now faces charges of terrorist threats harassment and disorderly conduct at last report he was lodged in the loser county correctional facility for lack of guess how much his bail was two hundred fifty thousand dollars.
"luzerne county" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
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"luzerne county" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"To a chili fifty degrees for the rest of you monday it's could be sunny and warm as we head up to 74 veteran forecast coming up in just a couple of its traffic and transit on the twos while thousands walks up there to remember their loved ones loss for suicide and to fight this stigma that comes in connection with mental health issues here's kyw used to have him at us when you talk to just about anyone here at the annual out of the darkness walk for the american foundation for suicide prevention they tell you suicide could hit any family right in the gut but doesn't choose an age doesn't truth the race or religion jackie big from hat boro knows this all too well is only child brittany a student at syracuse university took her life last year was a bright child but a lot of friends she was engaged with any group walk of life it didn't matter suicide is the third lead in cause of death for college students according to walk organizers and jack says he's doing his part to fight the stigma surrounding mental health issues in honor of brittany's life you see a gentleman walking down the street with an axe hanging out of his shoulder everybody's going to run to help him but there's an invisible acts that these people live with every day on the parkway tim jimenez kyw news radio pence will vania lawmakers are considering new legislation that would in greece dog licence fees and also create a website for all licences that are sold in the state here's kyw harrisburg bureau chief tony romeo the sponsor of the bill is eddie date patients gave luzerne county the ranking democrat at state house agriculture and rural affairs committee which recently held a hearing on his legislation in.
"luzerne county" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The scores kyw newsradio or overnight as we head into the morning cleared cooled down to a chili fifty degrees for the rest of the moderates would be sending in warmth as we head up to 74 federal forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes traffic and transit on the tubes while thousands walks there to remember their loved ones loss for suicide and to fight the stigma that comes in connection with mental health issues pierce k y w two five minutes when you talk to just about anyone here at the annual out of the darkness walk for the american foundation for suicide prevention they tell you suicide could hit any family right in the gut but doesn't choose an age doesn't truth of race or religion jack kay big from hat burrow knows this all too well is only child brittany as student at syracuse university took her life last year was a bright child but a lot of friends she was engaged with any group walk of life it didn't matter suicide is the third leading cause of death for college students according to walk organizers inject says he's doing his part to fight the stigma surrounding mental health issues in honor of britain these life you see a gentleman walking down the street with an axe hanging out of his shoulder going to run to help him but there's an invisible acts that these people live with every day on the parkway tim jimenez kyw news radio pencil vania lawmakers are considering new legislation that would increase dog licence fees and also create a website for all licences that are sold in the state here's kyw harrisburg bureau chief tony romeo the sponsor of the bill is eddie date be shinsegi of luzerne county the ranking democrat of at state house agriculture and rural affairs committee which recently held a hearing on his legislation in addition.
"luzerne county" Discussed on Examining Politics
"Um and people really feel like she's a daughter of scranton and of course she is play that up throughout her career and throughout uh her husband bills career as one of her home towns and in the end she did win left lana county which is to county scranton that is is saying but she did not win it by very large margins she wanted the quake um flynn the margins much slimmer than anyone ever thought and then all the counties around including the county that um the sister city wilkes barre is and um you know trump wants yeah settlers this this is quite shocking to a lot of the locals here especially the democratic operative set uh trump could do so well and in the heavily you know hillary clinton area yeah i think that to mean there was like a forty point cewang maybe it was higher in lackawanna county away and a a president obama won those counties uh one lackawanna kelly ann an luzerne county and other and cut a uh by by healthy margin ccr slim slim win in two thousand innate in two thousand and twelve you saw that slip away a little bit uh you saw a in it more so in luzerne uh but also and lackawanna you saw it slip away and luzerne i mean that that was huge i'm i saw that come in july a new drove if you droves drew's earn county i'm i mean they had cows painted with the words trump on the side at exit it was everywhere and and people kept dismissing it as anecdotal but there was like a sixty points swing in that county wasn't it.
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"Who supported him mr trump could not have one without democratic voters voters voted for barack obama twice those voters are the ones that are most interested most interesting to the major newspapers here in the east coast you know this you right for them hat i want us i want to focus on not the republican base not the democratic base but the obama voters who twice voted for barack obama and then voted for donald j trump what is that they see going on right now the the squabbling how do they regard as well they look at added is exactly sort of what they expect it they they expected that the washington establishment republicans and democrats and the crash would be unsatisfied are unhappy or would give him you know all kinds of trouble and that's exactly what happening so they're not surprised by the hunt story about you know russia or investigation or testimonies on because they expected trump to be given a lot of trouble once he got there and and while the um while the the political class ainhoa in both the elected offices in within the press are are are you are you know breathlessly reporting every little thing that is happening what they're what this you're breathlessly shocked by the fact that it hasn't moved the needle at all with him on in his supporters you know if the reports keep voting keep reporting on on the the approval rating these these approval rained our national approval ratings you need and better measure is to measure what's going on in luzerne county pennsylvania or what is going on in um asking bela highr eerie pennsylvania as opposed to how brooklyn fiat oath about the present at let's look at the part that your reporting on very carefully now which is middle america looking for the recovery that never arrived how patient are they because it's going to take some time even if the aggressive legislative is successful this year some time for those tax cuts for the growth to grow again in do they do they give the trump people two years one year what's your measure salida i usually see the evidence of how they feel about a president in in earth midterm election that you're you're then ethnic next year next november of two.
"luzerne county" Discussed on WTMA
"Who supported him mr trump could not have one without democratic voters voters who voted for barack obama twice those voters are the ones that are most interested most interesting to the major newspapers here in the east coast you know this you right for them hat i want us i want to focus on not the republican base not the democratic base but the obama voters who twice voted for barack obama and then voted for donald j trump what is it that they see going on right now the the squabbling how do they regarded well do they look added is exactly sort of what they expect it they they expected that the washington establishment republicans and democrats and the crash would be unsatisfied are unhappy or would give him you know all kinds of trouble and that's exactly what happening so they're not give prize by the hunt stories about you russia or investigation or testimonies on because they expected trump to be given a lot of trouble when he not there and and while the um while the the political class in both the elected office is in within the press are are are you know breathlessly reporting every little thing that is happening were paired with the you're breathlessly shocked by is the fact that did hasn't moved the needle at all with him on in his supporters you know if the reporters keep voting keep reporting on on the these approval rating these these approval rained our national approval ratings you need and better measure is to measure what's going on in luzerne county pennsylvania or what is going on in um astra beulah highr eerie pennsylvania as opposed to how brooklyn fiat about the present at let's look at the part that your reporting on very carefully now which is middle america looking for the recovery that never awry how patient are they because it's going to take some time even if the aggressive legislative is successful this year some time for those tax cuts for the growth to grow again do they do they give the trump people two years one year what's your measure salida i usually see the evidence of how they feel about a president in in the first midterm election that carrier then at nick next year next november of two.