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"mark meadows old district" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"mark meadows old district" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Speaking of mistresses Did you see the tally of the numbers of the expenditures for the North Carolina Senate race, the South Carolina Senate race? Was the other one. That was the other one. They spent a gazillion dollar Mitch McConnell's race. There was one more Where essentially the Democratic out of state money and and dark money. Basically it was that scene from the Joker, if like $400 million was in a room. Just torched it for nothing. What did they get? Well, they flipped. They flipped the two seats. They thought they were going to flip. John Hickenlooper is very popular in Colorado. Even among some of my friends who are trump voters. More so on the Cory Gardner. I don't understand it, but I don't live there and also Down in Arizona. Even though the Democratic candidate just before the election had a yearbook photo emerge where he's dressed as Hitler. For Halloween. That would be astronaut Mark Kelly, who defeated Sally except she has not Conceded yet. And so we'll see what happens there even though the networks have called it Meanwhile, out in Mark Meadows Old District, Madison Cawthorne wins Some folks on Twitter were not too excited about that. Because, apparently quote now. Now there's a Nazi in the house. Yeah. So what is going to be interesting is Do you remember all the Hey look, it's AOC. She's the youngest. She's so young. And vibrant and awesome. Okay, well, Madison Cawthorne just crushed her on, you know, being the youngest member of Congress. Do you think the coverage will be similar? Well, now, I wouldn't it be He's younger. Isn't that that was what counted, right. Well, I'm hearing rumblings. Yes, from a certain people in the left, Okay. He's a Nazi. And that he's faking it. So we could secretly like the Big Lebowski gave this guy could walk. They dump him out. Well, but remember him standing up at the RNC and they were they were attacking her for that You're faking it. Absolutely incredible is a hoax. Let's see. Um Who have we didn't have any flips. And and legislatively, the North Carolina House and Senate are not going to be flipped. So, essentially, we're going to be stymied for four years. Well, not for four necessarily. But for For two years anyway. So, um What What did you like to see yesterday? What were you very disappointed to see? To start off with that question this morning, 8889347874. Meanwhile, the lead up I don't know how many of you were feasting on the lead up to vote counting that 5 to 7 o'clock window. That's a fantastic time to be online, especially with TIC tac being a thing. Now you anxious.

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"mark meadows old district" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:18 min | 7 months ago

"mark meadows old district" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That will help propel it. So you see the governor's race? Certainly reflection of that debate. We have to take a quick break more with Rusty Jacobson. Michael Bitzer in just a moment. Take away supported by it last year. Fortune 500 companies use collaboration software like Kira and Trail Oh from it last year, enabling teams to keep a line two key goals and connected to one another. That's how business is the size of small countries. Stay agile. Learn more at it. Lesson dot com. Rest of Jacob's just mentioned the governor's race. North Carolina is one of just 11 states holding gubernatorial elections in 2020, and you can bet voters think those governors handled the response to the pandemic is top of mind. I asked Rusty how Governor Cooper is faring at this point. Overall, his policy in his approach and his steering of the state through this pandemic is still supported by a majority. Of people that would be pulled. I mean, Elon University and MEREDITH College and Rollie did polls recently, and those indicate there were indications that if not, the plurality were not the majority of plurality. Ah, voters of registered voters expected voters to support Governor Cooper's decisions. Even though big counsel restraint and it's still there are still challenges to the economic curtain, the economic community, the business community, but overall, but he does not seem to be damaged by those positions. Michael let's get to the point. At risk you brought up in that we talked a lot about with Damon Circosta about absentee ballot requests. You are following this more closely than certainly. I think anyone in the country so here we are. It's September. What can you tell us about the voters who have been requesting thie absentee ballots if you can break it down into the kinds of people And the parts of the state that requesting these ballots. Yeah, well, typically for those folks who don't know much about North Carolina in 2016 less than 5% of all the ballots cast came from absentee by mail, and typically, that boat method tends to be more Republican, then the electorate as a whole. What we're seeing now is Basically 10% off. The seven million registered voters in the state have requested an absentee by mail ballot that 700,004 years ago. This same day, the total number of ballots requested was a little over 40,000. So, basically, we're talking about 16 times what we saw this time four years ago. Now the breakdowns in terms ofthe party registration is really interesting because it is overwhelmingly coming from registered Democrats. They are over a majority of all the request. Registered unaffiliated or almost a third and registered Republicans that typically tend to dominate or only 16% of all the request. So something obviously is driving all of this. This is probably Covad infecting partisanship. To a level that I haven't seen. And I don't think anybody in North Carolina politics has seen this level of interest in terms of having a ballot in your hand in case something happens over the next two months how this plays out. I'm not really sure the request are actually quite representative of the electorate racially. It's skews older, which is traditional. But it also very much skews too. Urban counties and particularly some congressional districts that are very competitive, most notably the 11th congressional district, Mark Meadows Old District, which is now on open seat in the mountains of North Carolina. Rusty Jacob's Michael bit, sir. This has been great. Thank you so much for taking this time with me. Appreciate it..

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"mark meadows old district" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:12 min | 7 months ago

"mark meadows old district" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One another. That's how business is the size of small countries. Stay agile. Learn more at it. Lassie in dot com. Rest of Jacob's just mention the governor's race. North Carolina is one of just 11 states holding gubernatorial elections in 2020, and you can bet voters think those governors handled the response to the pandemic is top of mind. I asked Rusty have Governor Cooper is faring at this point. Overall, his policy in his approach and his steering of the state through this pandemic is still supported by a majority of people that would be pulled. I mean, Elon University and MEREDITH College and Rollie did polls recently, and those indicate there were indications that It's not the plurality were not the majority of plurality. Ah, voters of registered voters expected voters to support Governor Cooper's decisions. Even though big counsel restraint and it's still there are still challenges to the economic, the economic community, the business community but overall, but he does not seem to be damaged by those positions. Michael let's get to the point. At risk you brought up in that we talked a lot about with Damon Circosta about absentee ballot requests. You are following this more closely than certainly. I think anyone in the country So here we are. It's September. What can you tell us about the voters who have been requesting thie absentee ballots if you can break it down into the kinds of people and the parts of the state that requesting these ballots Yeah, well, typically for those folks who don't know much about North Carolina in 2016 less than 5% of all the ballots cast came from absentee by mail, and typically, that boat method tends to be more Republican. Then the electorate as a whole what we're seeing now. Is basically 10% off. The seven million registered voters in the state have requested in absentee by mail ballot that 700,000 Four years ago. This same day, the total number of ballots requested was a little over 40,000. So, basically, we're talking about 16 times what we saw this time four years ago. Now the breakdowns in terms ofthe party registration is really interesting because it is overwhelmingly coming from registered Democrats. They are over a majority of all the request. Registered unaffiliated or almost a third and registered Republicans that typically tend to dominate or only 16% off all the request. So something obviously is driving all of this. This is probably Covad infecting partisanship. To a level that I haven't seen. And I don't think anybody in North Carolina politics has seen this level of interest in terms of having a ballot in your hand in case something happens over the next two months how this plays out. I'm not really sure the request are actually quite representative of the electric racially. It's used older, which is traditional. But it also very much skews too. Urban counties and particularly some congressional districts that are very competitive, most notably the 11th congressional district, Mark Meadows Old District, which is now on open seat in the mountains of North Carolina. Rusty Jacob's Michael bit, sir. This has been great. Thank you so much for taking this time with me. Appreciate it. Rusty Jacobs is a political reporter at W. UNC North Carolina Public Radio. Michael Bitzer is a professor of political science at the college. To hear my full conversation with Rusty Michael and North Carolina State Board of Elections Chair.

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"mark meadows old district" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:18 min | 7 months ago

"mark meadows old district" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That will help propel it. So you see the governor's race? Certainly reflection of that debate. We have to take a quick break more with Rusty Jacobson. Michael Bitzer in just a moment. Take away supported by it last year. Fortune 500 companies use collaboration software like Kira and Trail Oh from it last year, enabling teams to keep a line two key goals and connected to one another. That's how business is the size of small countries. Stay agile. Learn more at it. Lesson dot com. Rest of Jacob's just mention the governor's race. North Carolina is one of just 11 states holding gubernatorial elections in 2020, and you can bet voters think those governors handled the response to the pandemic is top of mind. I asked Rusty how Governor Cooper is faring at this point. Overall, his policy in his approach and his steering of the state through this pandemic is still supported by a majority. Of people that would be pulled. I mean, Elon University and MEREDITH College and Rollie did polls recently, and those indicate there were indications that if not, the plurality were not the majority of plurality. Ah, voters of registered voters expected voters to support Governor Cooper's decisions. Even though they counsel restraint and it's still there are still challenges to the economic curtain, the economic community, the business community, but overall, but he does not seem to be damaged by those positions. Michael let's get to the point. At risk you brought up in that we talked a lot about with Damon Circosta about absentee ballot requests. You are following this more closely than certainly. I think anyone in the country so here we are. It's September. What can you tell us about the voters who have been requesting thie absentee ballots if you can break it down into the kinds of people And the parts of the state that requesting these ballots. Yeah, well, typically for those folks who don't know much about North Carolina in 2016 less than 5% of all the ballots cast came from absentee by mail, and typically, that boat method tends to be more Republican. Then the electorate as a whole what we're seeing now. Is it? Basically 10% off. The seven million registered voters in the state have requested an absentee by mail ballot that 700,004 years ago. This same day, the total number of ballots requested was a little over 40,000. So, basically, we're talking about 16 times what we saw this time four years ago. Now the breakdowns in terms ofthe party registration is really interesting because it is overwhelmingly coming from registered Democrats. They are over a majority of all the request. Registered unaffiliated or almost a third and registered Republicans that typically tend to dominate or only 16% of all the request. So something obviously is driving all of this. This is probably Covad infecting partisanship. To a level that I haven't seen, and I don't think anybody in North Carolina politics has seen this level of interest in terms of having a ballot in your hand in case something happens over the next two months how this plays out. I'm not really sure the request are actually quite representative of the electorate. Racially, it skews older, which is traditional. But it's also very much skews, too. Urban counties and particularly some congressional districts that are very competitive, most notably the 11th congressional district, Mark Meadows Old district, which is now on open seat in the mountains of North Carolina. Rusty Jacob's Michael bit, Sir, This has been great. Thank you so much for taking this time with me. Appreciate it..

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"mark meadows old district" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

06:58 min | 7 months ago

"mark meadows old district" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Requests. So here we are. It's September. What can you tell us about the voters who've been requesting the absentee ballots if you can break it down into the kinds of people? And the parts of the state. That requesting these ballots? Well. Typically for those folks who don't know much about care allina. A in two thousand, sixteen less than five percent of all the ballots cast came from absentee by mail in typically that vote method tends to be more Republican than the electorate as a whole. What we are seeing now is. Basically, ten percent of the seven million registered voters in the state have requested in absentee by mail ballot. That's seven, hundred, thousand, four years ago this same day the total number of ballots requested was a little over forty thousand. So basically, we are talking about sixteen times. What we saw this time for years ago we've already tripled the number of ballots that were returned. And accepted from twenty sixteen, and if we continue on this pace by the end of September, it looks like we could reach one point, seven million requests, which is a quarter of all the registered voters in this state. Now, the the breakdowns in terms of registration is really interesting because it is overwhelmingly coming from registered Democrats they are over a majority of all the requests. Registered unaffiliated or almost a third and registered Republicans that typically tended to dominate or only sixteen percent of all the requests. So something obviously is driving all of this. This is probably Cova infecting partisanship to a level that I haven't seen and I don't think. In North Carolina politics has seen this level of interest in terms of having a ballot in your hand. In case, something happens over the next two months how this plays out I'm not really sure the request are actually quite representative of the electorate religiously it skews older which is traditional, but it also very much skews to urban counties in particularly some congressional districts that are very competitive most notably the eleventh congressional district, Mark Meadows old district, which is now in open. Sea in the mountains of North, Carolina to rest his point, the I wondering if you can tell us what you think about how many of those ballots actually get returned in other words he made the point that well, if you were in the middle of this news cycle here in early September but in October, maybe something else happened that none of us can even assume Do you think that really does impact then the final outcome that people are going to? Be Voting at different times, and if Democrats have more of these absentee ballots in hand that it could. Benefit Democrats. You know I think in this environment anything goes and I think the the number of ballots that we will receive see returned this week remember just went out Friday I got my absentee by mail ballot. Today we have a federal holiday no mail came through. So I received my ballot today I think people who are returning in these first couple of weeks or the die hard power distance their minds are made up they're not going. To change their votes in. So the likelihood is we will get a flood of returns coming in the question is as I. Tell my students read the syllabus read the instructions you have to sign the back of the ballot envelope. You have to have a witness who also has to provide information and sign as well. If you don't do those things, the counties have the option. Of sending you an affidavit to attest to it or they will send you a second ballot saying your first ballot was invalid for these reasons make sure to do this read the instructions and then resubmit in two thousand sixteen. We saw about eighty seven percent of all the ballots requested return anaccepted granted also that some folks decided to vote in person that will automatically void the. Absentee by mail ballot. So there's no issues a Damon talked about of double voting, North Carolina because their records or so well kept, and I would also say in this state, the records are transparent. We know what's going on for those of us who studied this kind of dynamic one question Michael I'm going to start with you and then rusty I'm GonNa ask you about this. From Youtube. from Mary Cleanse who asked to talk about how the virus could be impacting student turnout specifically, college didn't turn out now that many are at home rusty obviously is in Chapel Hill, which has a lot of college students, of course. Michael. Blitzer, you're on a college campus. What do you think? I think certainly, a lot of students utilize absentee by mail voting they may be living outside of their hometown. They're attic college campus, they want that can. Be sent a ballot to their dorm. Often Times. What happens if if a college has closed down or they have to go back home, they will simply cancel that request void that request and then requested another one. They could also show up to vote in person as well. I, think for a lot of North Carolina voters who are probably requesting these ballots they can request the ballot and then return it in person to either early voting site or to their county. Board of elections. So as Damon noted, there's a lot of flexibility, but certainly, college students are a key, a group that is oftentimes targeted by grassroots mobilizing efforts, and if they're not on campus that really kind of loses the the punt shore, the impact trying to get them out to the polls we'll just kind of have to see how this all plays out in the data's we get.

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