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01:59 min | 2 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"An effort to unionize and Alabama shot down by Amazon workers. The National Labor Relations Board reports. The majority of workers at Amazon's warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, voted against the union. The totals were 738 in favor, 1798 Against of the more than 3000 votes cast. 76 were avoided and more than 500 contested. Either Amazon or the retail wholesale in department store union, which led the organizing effort. However, the NLRB E says the contested votes are not enough to sway the outcome. The union says it intends to file an objection with the NLRB, charging the company with illegally interfering with the vote. I'm Ben Thomas House Ethics committee announced an investigation into representative Matt Gates says federal prosecutors probing sex trafficking allegations against him are also scrutinizing the actions of some of his political allies. Breaking news, a town hall dot com. Divided Supreme Court rules in favor of lifting restrictions on in home religious gatherings in California. This overturns the lower court ruling that upheld Governor Gavin Newsom's limits on people from different homes. 5 to 4 ruling noted. It was the fifth time the court has rejected the night. Circuits Analysis of California coronavirus restrictions, Chief Justice John Roberts decided the ruling stated that before it can live it religious gatherings, the government must prove they pose a greater danger. Secular activities that remain open, such as shopping or attending movies. Patrick false reporting, The Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission said no to a request for the Pledge of Allegiance before meetings. After some members of the commission called the pledge divisive, even contentious. And they question just how the pledge would advance the work of that committee. More on these stories that town hall dot com. I'm Rhonda Rock struck. We'll finish out Saturday and then finish out the.

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WCBM 680 AM

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The ribbon cutting me I can't quite see God like first ride people like Young Guillen, Douglas got to ride the wonder Wheel on the cyclone coming as a baby and watch the fireworks are funny. So they never got on the ride because he was too young. But still, I'm so excited now the owner of the Wonder Wheel part can, Hochman says they lost a lot of money. But this is a family owned business for generations of the odorous family are committed to making sure that they survived the pandemic and reopen the park. The attractions at Coney Island will be open on weekends at first with reduced capacity. And other pandemic precautions I made Donahue doesn't the Boeing 7 37 Max planes are out of service again, this time to inspect them for possible electrical problem. It's his town hall dot com. Amazon workers in Alabama have rejected an effort to unionize. The National Labor Relations Board reports. The majority of workers at Amazon's warehouse and best summer Alabama voted against the union. The totals were 738 in favor, 1798 Against of the more than 3000 votes cast. 76 were avoided and more than 500 contested. Either Amazon or the retail wholesale in department store union, which led the organizing effort. However, the NLRB E says the contested votes are not enough to sway the outcome. The union says it intends to file an objection with the NLRB, charging the company with illegally interfering with the vote. I'm Ben Thomas. Justin Rose's among 12 players who broke par Thursday. He wasn't among the 40, who broke par Friday. Even so, his even par 72 was good enough for one shot lead. Going into the weekend at the Masters. Or these stories, a town hall dot com on Patrick Pause Well,.

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WCBM 680 AM

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Up What does God say to be a man and rise up in society? You can't leave guard on the sidelines. It requires showing up being present, standing up speaking truth and his powerful, long awaited sequel to the Instant bestseller Kingdom Man Tony Evans. Kingdom. Men Rising challenges Men to rise up from what they believe in Kingdom. Men Way must rise. Find out more Tony Evans dot org's knew from Tony Oven sponsored by the Urban Alternative Talk radio, 6 80, WCBS on workers and Alabama have rejected an effort to unionize. The National Labor Relations Board reports the majority of workers that Amazon's warehouse and best summer Alabama voted against the union. The totals were 738 in favor 1798 against The more than 3000 votes cast. 76 were avoided in more than 500 contested by either Amazon or the retail, Wholesale and department store union, which led the organizing effort. However, the NLRB E says the contested votes are not enough to sway the outcome. The union says it intends to file an objection with the NLRB, charging the company with illegally interfering with the vote. I'm Ben Thomas Sidings reveal that Kristen Clark President Hides a nominee to lead the Department of Justice's civil Rights division, organized a conference that was used as a tool by radical anti government activists. Champion cop killers. Free violent criminals. This is town hall dot com. Active volcano is forcing evacuations in the eastern Caribbean. Authorities on the island of ST Vincent believe the Mount is in danger of erupting and switched the alert level to red as officials prepared to evacuate people who live near La Soufriere volcano and placed them aboard cruise ships send them to nearby islands or take them the shelters elsewhere in Saint Vincent and her outside the danger zone. Roughly 16,000 people live in the red zone and will need to be evacuated amid concerns the pandemic could hamper those efforts. Under rocks to reporting. Just a gross is among 12 players who broke par Thursday. He wasn't among the Ford He broke par Friday. Even so, is even par. 72 was good enough for one shot lead going into the weekend of the Masters. Filled with little mystery. Augusta National will play and plenty of possibilities for who win the green jacket. Course played an average score of 72.2 compared with 74.5 for the opening round. Or the story's, a town hall dot com. By.

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"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:32 min | 2 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To man up What does God say to be a man and rise up in society? He can't leave guard on the sidelines. It requires showing up being present, standing up speaking truth and his powerful and long awaited sequel to the instant bestseller Kingdom Man Tony Evans Kingdom in Rising Challenges Men to Rise up for what they believe in Kingdom. Men Way must Rise. Find out more a Tony ever He's got organ you from Tony Evans sponsored by the urban alternative. Amazon workers in Alabama have rejected an effort to unionize the National Labor Relations Board reports. The majority of workers and Amazons warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, voted against the union. The totals were 738 in favor, 1798 Against of the more than 3000 votes cast. 76 were avoided and more than 500 contested. Either Amazon or the retail, Wholesale and department store union, which led the organizing effort. However, the NLRB E says the contested votes are not enough to sway the outcome. The union says it intends to file an objection with the NLRB, charging the company with illegally interfering with the vote. I'm Ben Thomas. Findings reveal that Kristen Clark president Hides a nominee to lead the Department of Justice's civil Rights division, organized a conference that was used as a tool by radical anti government activists. Champion cop killers. Free violent criminals. This is town hall dot com. Active volcano is forcing evacuations in the eastern Caribbean. Authorities on the island of ST Vincent believe the Mount is in danger of erupting and switched the alert level to red as officials prepared to evacuate people who live near La Soufriere volcano and placed them aboard cruise ships send them to nearby islands or take them the shelters elsewhere in Saint Vincent that are outside the danger zone. Roughly 16,000 people live in the red zone and will need to be evacuated amid concerns the pandemic could hamper those efforts. Under rocks to reporting. Justin Rose is among 12 players who broke par Thursday. He wasn't among the Ford He broke par Friday. Even so, is even par. 72 was good enough for one shot lead going into the weekend of the Masters. Filled with little mystery. Augusta National will play and plenty possibilities for who win the green jacket. Course played an average score of 72.2 compared with 74.5 for the opening round. Or the story's a town hall dot com By Patrick Pause Me. Me, Me, me, me, but also you the payroll fast forwards his favorite.

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"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"798 against of the more than 3000 votes cast 76 were avoided and more than 500 contested by either Amazon or the retail, Wholesale and department store union, which led the organizing effort. However, the NLRB E says the contested votes are not enough to sway the outcome. The union says it intends to file an objection with the NLRB. Charging the company with illegally interfering with the vote. I'm Ben Thomas Republican Party, bringing hundreds of donors in several presidential prospects to former President Donald Trump's doorstep this weekend in Florida. Mr Trump himself will headline the retreat. Also a town hall dot com. Despite a positive atmosphere, little progress and the Vienna based Iran nuclear talks decent talks aimed at bringing the US back. Into the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran have broken without any immediate signs of progress on the thorny issues dividing Washington and Tehran, But delegates talk of a constructive atmosphere and resolved to continue the discussions. To working groups that would be meeting in Vienna since Tuesday to brainstorm ways to secure the lifting off American sanctions on Iran's return to compliance with the deal reported their initial progress to a joint commission of diplomats from the world powers that remain in the deal. I'm Charles Dillon Asthma, more unrest in Northern Ireland gangs battling police in Belfast to hit back with water cannons. Latest violence, erupting him intentions over the post Brexit trade rules and worsening relations between the Protestant Catholic power sharing government. Or of these stories, a town hall dot com Pounds and pounds of for our hair balls have.

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WCBM 680 AM

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The National Labor Relations Board reports the majority of workers that Amazon's warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, voted against the union. The totals were 738 in favor, 1798 Against of the more than 3000 votes cast. 76 were avoided in more than 500 contested by either Amazon or the retail, Wholesale and department store union, which led the organizing effort. However, the LRB says the contested votes are not enough to sway the outcome. The union says it intends to file an objection with the NLRB, charging the company with illegally interfering with the vote. I'm Ben Thomas Republican Party, bringing hundreds of donors and several presidential prospects to former President Donald Trump's doorstep this weekend in Florida. Mr Trump himself will headline the retreat. Also a town hall dot com. Despite a positive atmosphere, little progress and the Vienna based Iran nuclear talk nascent talks aimed at bringing the US back. Into the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran have broken without any immediate signs of progress on the thorny issues dividing Washington and Tehran, But delegates talk of a constructive atmosphere and resolved to continue the discussions. To working groups that have been meeting in Vienna since Tuesday to brainstorm ways to secure the lifting off American sanctions on Iran's return to compliance with the deal reported their initial progress to a joint commission of diplomats from the world powers that remain in the deal. I'm Charles Dillon. Asthma, more unrest in Northern Ireland gangs battling police in Belfast to hit back with water cannons. It is violence, erupting him intentions over the post Brexit trade rules and worsening relations between the Protestant Catholic.

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News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm Keith Peters. Amazon workers in Alabama have rejected an effort to unionize. The National Labor Relations Board reports the majority of workers that Amazon's warehouse in best summer Alabama voted against the union. The totals for 738 in favor 1798 against The more than 3000 votes cast. 76 were avoided in more than 500 contested by either Amazon or the retail, Wholesale and department store union, which led the organizing effort. However, the NLRB E says the contested votes are not enough to sway the outcome. The union says it intends to file an objection with the NLRB, charging the company with illegally interfering with the vote. I'm Ben Thomas, the Chief County medical examiner who ruled George Floyd's death. A homicide testify that the way police held him down and compressed his neck was more than Floyd's heart could take. Dr. Andrew Baker is the chief medical examiner for Hennepin County and the one who wrote the autopsy for George Floyd. He experienced a cardiopulmonary arrest in the context of the law enforcement's dual restraint in that compression. Baker said he did not watch the harrowing video of the arrest before examining Floyd. I did not want Tobias my exam, Baker said that Floyd had heart disease and drugs and System. The law enforcement's to dual restraint. And then that compression was just more than Mr Floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions but that significant conditions listed on the autopsy. We're not the main cause of Floyd's death. Mr Flay Juice. A sentinel did not cause the subdural or neck. Restrained audio of the trial was provided by court TV. I'm Jennifer King. Prince Philip will be laid to rest. With all the honors do a Prince of the United Kingdom and a consort to Queen Elizabeth, the second The Corona virus pandemic means it will be a more low key farewell than his mark. Many royal death pandemic has required changes to the well prepare plans for Phillips passing on Wall Street that up by 297 points more on these stories at town hall dot com. From executive producer and My pillow founder Mike Lyndall comes the hilarious new faith based comedy church People with a special guest appearance from Mike himself. Church people is the hilarious heart warming reminder.

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02:58 min | 2 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Each other and also continue to wear masks. WBC TVs Nick Emmons study revealing racial disparities when it comes to deaths from Corona virus Research, published in the Journal of Internal Medicine, has found black woman in the U. S. Are dying from covert 19 at a higher rate than any other group, male or female, Except for black men. The race and gender analysis conducted in Georgia and Michigan revealed mortality rates. Black women are more than three times that of white and Asian men. Experts say the findings show the sex disparity is rooted in social factors and not simply just biological. Lisa Matteo. CBS NEWS Washington The House is taking an historic step toward reparations. Next week, the Judiciary Committee will mark up and vote on a bill that would establish a federal commission to study the issue. Texas congresswoman Sheila Jackson. Lee sponsored the measure and says it's the first time the bill has gotten this far since it was introduced in 1989. Jackson. Lee tells CBS News she hopes it could advance to the full House floor for a vote this summer. Nicole Killian. CBS NEWS Capitol Hill New safety concerns causing airlines to ground some of the Boeing 7 37 Max jets more from a B C's Alex Stone for US airlines that fly the Boeing 7 37 Max or again grounding their planes. United American Southwest and Alaska, which recently obtained the Max will all have them inspected. The worry is a possible electrical issue on board. Transportation Secretary Pete Booty judge. We need to make sure that they are. There's full confidence before these specific aircraft return to the air, and that's what the FAA will be closely monitored. The new issue is not connected to the previous automation system. Problems linked to two deadly crashes like Stone ABC nears Amazon workers in Alabama have rejected a Neff firt to unionize. The National Labor Relations Board reports. The majority of workers at Amazon's warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, voted against the you know. And the totals were 738 in favor. 1798 Against of the more than 3000 votes cast 76 were avoided and more than 500 contested by either Amazon or the retail, Wholesale and department store union, which led the organizing effort. However, the NLRB E says the contested votes are not enough to sway the outcome. The union says it intends to file an objection with the NLRB. Charging the company with illegally interfering with the vote. I'm Ben Thomas. There's been a volcanic eruption on the Caribbean island of ST Vincent, and it is forcing residents to evacuate. Officials say the ash column was about 20,000 FT. High spewing smoke from miles Ass. Also heading into and out over the Atlantic Ocean s The last time the volcano erupted was in 1979. The Satanic Temple in Salem is showcasing some new artwork and designs after they were closed for months for renovations, WBC's James RoHaas got a sneak peak. The main attraction at the Satanic Temple and.

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WTOP

04:44 min | 2 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WTOP

"Larry Hogan has vetoed a justice reform bill, setting up a showdown with the General Assembly vetoed Senate Bill 4 94 by Governor Larry Hogan. The bill would have ended the sentencing of juveniles to life in prison without the possibility of parole. In his veto message, the governor said he objected to the bill applying to juveniles who committed heinous crimes, including murder and rape. Adding these air seriously crimes that require the most serious of charges. Hogan says the bill re traumatizes the victims of those crimes that brought with it a threat from the Senate president who says he's confident there are enough votes to override the governor's veto. Del Walters. W. T O P News There's another candidate for Maryland governor, former Prince George's County executive for sure. In Baker, Maryland Matters reports. Baker says he was inspired to get back into politics through his work with the executive leadership program at the University of Maryland School of Public Policy. He's been there since leaving office in 2018. Maryland. Comptroller Peter Franchot has also said he will seek the Democratic nomination. Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park are joining Loudon County and establishing their own health departments. Legislation was passed. Asked in Richmond that gave Loudon County the ability to establish its local health department earlier this year, But it was recently amended to include Prince William County. Now the idea is that local governments come more quickly address the needs of their local communities than a statewide service trying to share covert information with everyone who, once it has led Virginia to try something new. It now has a video chat call Center for American Sign language users getting accurate information about something vital link over it is more likely if two people fluent and signed Language are communicating face to face. American family glitch in English are dead. Eric graph, speaking through an interpreter leaves Virginia's department for the deaf and hard of hearing, he says a SL has its own grammar, syntax and nuances. It includes facial expressions contends, and around movement can indicate a question, for example, but it's part of the grammar. Virginia's vaccine call Center for American Sign language Support runs every day between eight a.m. and a P m See how it works at w t o p dot com Search s Well. Christi King. W T o p. News Amazon has taken an early lead is a closely watched union vote is getting underway. Workers are voting on whether to unionize at an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama. Now by Thursday evening last night, the count was tilting heavily against the union. 1100 workers rejected it. 500 voted in favor. More than 3000 votes have been sent in. Coming up in money news with a local county is doing to get kids interested in farming. 7 24 celebrating diversity on the hell brought to you by General Motors. I am a proud son of the great State of Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock is new to the upper chamber and still a minister and Ebeneezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, cradle of the civil rights movement, he says his lifelong experiences in Georgia have shaped him and prepared him for this political moment. My roots go down deep living example and Embodiment of its history and its hope of its pain and promise. I'm Mitchell Miller. I'm tell them a greeter, chief diversity Equity and inclusion officer for General Motors GM. We believe change starts with our employees. We've created a culture that celebrates our differences in a commitment to become the most inclusive company in the world. Every background is welcome. Every perspective is encouraged. Every employee is value were over 155,000 strong, each unique yet all committed to draw Having meaningful change. Learn more about GM's commitment to diversity at GM. Calm everybody in Money News A 25 and 55 Southwest Airlines says it's bringing back more than 2700 flight attendants who took leaves of absence last year. The airlines announcement is the latest sign that the industry feels confident that travel is rebounding after being hammered for the past year by the pandemic. The flight attendants will be recalled effective June 1st. It was just last week that Southwest said it'll recall More than 200 pilots, who also took voluntary leave as the airline tried to cut costs in 2020. Loudon County has a way to get school kids interested in an agriculture career. Jeff Play Ball says It's trading cards. Loudon County Economic Development is produced 94,000 trading cards featuring actual Loudon County farmers with information about their farms. Students at all. 59 County Elementary schools are now collecting and swapping them and the farmers are making video appearances at the schools. Loudon County has more than 1200 commercial farms and the most owned by women and minorities of any Virginia County stock futures have turned higher. The Dow futures and now up 77 NASDAQ futures gaining four and the S and P futures.

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WTOP

02:12 min | 2 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WTOP

"Policy that requires them to wait for command staff to show up. The CDC director is labeling racism a serious public health threat. Dr Rochelle Walensky says the pandemic has illuminated inequities that have existed for generations. She says those inequities have resulted in stark racial and ethnic health disparities that are severe. Far reaching and unacceptable. Corporations across the country say they're making big investments in diversity, Equity and inclusion. Bank of America launched a billion dollar, four year campaign in 2020 on this week's edition of Colors of Dialogue on race in America with Chris Korn, JJ Green, Ebony Thomas, the Racial Equality and Economic Opportunity Initiatives executive at Bank of America talked about the program, one of the elements of this billion dollar commitment or billion dollar plus commitment. Is it urgent support those communities of color and to close that help support to close that racial wealth gap Today White family has eight times the wealth of black families and five times out of Hispanic Latino families. And so we want to make sure that we are doing work in the space around entrepreneurship and innovation, housing small business. And quite honestly, health to be able to support and close that world that you can hear more about that program on this episode, starting tonight on Apple Podcast podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts Amazon has taken an early lead is a closely watched union vote gets underway workers they're voting on whether to unionize and an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama. By Thursday evening, the count was tilted heavily against the union, with 1100 workers rejecting it, and under 500 voting in favor more than 3000 votes were sent in. Russian and U. S trio of space travelers launched successfully today heading for the International Space Station. They blasted off from a launch facility in Kazakhstan just before four o'clock this morning. During their mission, the crew is going to work on hundreds of experiments in biology, biotechnology, physical science and earth science Coming up in money news and other sign of a travel rebound. It's 5 53. Presented by Rocket mortgage when you need an expert to help navigate the home loan process, rocket can you know we all still.

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Amazon Takes Early Lead as Union Vote Count Gets Underway

BBC World Service

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Amazon Takes Early Lead as Union Vote Count Gets Underway

"Been trying to defeat attempts to unionize one of its warehouses in the U. S house. The contest going Well, it was a ballot on Thursday about 3000 votes were cast at the warehouse, which is in Alabama in the southern United States s O far all about half of the ballots were counted. Late on Thursday night in the United States. It's now the middle of March Friday morning or very early in the middle of the night in Friday, Friday in the United States, there was, um or than 2 to 1 lead, it seems say that's an early tally. The votes will continue. The vote counting will continue on Friday. But for now, it seems that the retail wholesale and department store union Which was trying to unionize. This particular plant doesn't seem to be successful. It's a difficult time for unions. There's been plenty of plenty of complaints about companies like Amazon during the during the pandemic about the way they've treated the way they've treated workers. And you might think that this would be a first I'll ground for unions to try to Unionized members in these new businesses like Amazon, but so far it's not looking good. Who has most to lose or gain here. Well, I think that in some ways, the you it's not good for the unions because there's been a decline in union membership going on. Decades. Now, the latest statistics say about 11% of American workers belong to unions. That compares to in the early eighties when it was about 20% belonged to unions. So this was a chance. Perhaps you mean America, Amazon is America's largest employer. This was a chance, perhaps to try and reverse that tide. Of course, Amazon would probably lose a lot, too, if its unionized workers, it says is being fighting this, Andre. It really, you know, doesn't like the idea of having unions in its warehouses because it's worried about That basically, unions might drive wages up, and certainly statistics

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WTOP

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WTOP

"One swearing in ceremony later, the new mayor in Manassas, making history three times over Michelle Davis, Younger is the first woman first African American and first Democrat ever elected as mayor in the city. She was sworn in with her family in attendance upon me, the mayor of the city of Manassas, the mayor of the city over there to the best of my ability to the best of my ability, so help We got, so help me God. Davis Younger human resource is in hiring consultant was the first Democrat to even seek the office since 2000 and eight 9 21. A special elections set for tomorrow in the second House of Delegates District in Virginia, which covers parts of Prince William and Stafford counties. The BTO Peas, Matt Small, saying the seat opened up last year when Democrat Jennifer Carroll Foy resigned to run for governor, Republican Heather Mitchell and Democrat Candy King or competing on the ballot to fill the seat. Polling places are open from six in the morning to seven at night. The state's Department of Elections says anyone in line at 7 P.m. will be allowed to vote early vote. And in the blue leaning district ended on Saturday. It's another run for Mitchell, who lost to Jennifer Carroll Foy back in 2019 by more than 3000 votes. King got her party's nod last month. Another special election is being held Tuesday in the States. 90th House District based in Norfolk, after former delegate Joe Lindsay stepped down to take a judgeship that small W T O P NEWS Virginia residents who are not U. S citizens can now apply to get what is called a driver privilege card. New Year's Day change in Virginia law allows non citizens to get the cards as long as they have reported income from Virginia sources or reclaimed as a defendant on a tax return filed in Virginia in the past year. You can't supply if you're driving privileges are suspended or revoked in Virginia or another state applications will on Lee be accepted by appointment at the Virginia DnB. The cards are not real idea compliance so they can't be used to vote board a flight or enter federal buildings..

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"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WTOP

"Wendy Gillette CBS News Now in an update from slack just a few minutes ago, it announced some customers may be able to connect now, but they may also notice degraded performance. A special election is coming tomorrow in the second House of Delegates District in Virginia, which covers parts of Prince William and Stafford counties. W T O P S Matt Small says the Seat opened up last year when Democrat Jennifer Carroll Foy resigned to run for governor, Republican Heather Mitchell and Democrat Candy King or competing on the ballot to fill the seat. Polling places are open from six in the morning to seven at night. The state's Department of Elections says anyone in line at 7 P.m. will be allowed to vote. Early voting in the blue leaning district ended on Saturday. It's another run for Mitchell, who lost to Jennifer Carroll Foy back in 2019 by more than 3000 votes. King got her party's nod last month. Another special election is being held Tuesday in the States. 90th House district based in Norfolk, after former delegate Joe Lindsay stepped down to take a judgeship that small w T o p News. Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe has raised more money at this point in his campaign for a second term than any previous candidate for governor. He's raised more than $6 million and more than 90% of the donations were $100 or less. But McAuliffe is also received support from four large unions. So far, four other Democrats and two Republicans are also running for governor this year. The primaries five months away. Actress Tanya Roberts, who captivated James Bond, yet a view to a kill and had roles on Charlie's Angels, and that 70 Shell has died. Her publicist as Roberts died yesterday. At the age of 65. No Cause of death was given one of her highest profile rolls was playing geologist Stacey Sutton opposite Roger Moore in 1980, five's of view to a kill. Character held a gun on bond after tricking him into thinking that she was in a shower and later joined him to stop bad guys on an airstrip over San Francisco. Roberts appeared in the final season of Charlie's Angels and later played Mitch in the sitcom that seventies show. Well, coming up next in money News. Wall Street starts the new year will a sell off but D C hotel goes in a new direction. I'm Jeff Label. It's 1 24 Start the.

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"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:37 min | 7 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Me stuff is him, but I like him. I love a call in no 877 38 13811. I'll let you keep a couple things in mind and I will continue with this for a moment. This Democrat Party and Biden. Their leaders. Schumer, Pelosi. They talk about the rule of law, but they don't mean it. You mean the rule of the Democrats? Look how little criticism they're getting in the media. By civil libertarians. Historians and scholars. For their plan to destroy the Supreme Court. Whether it's this election or them or another election, we can't keep them from a majority forever. They have told us they're going to destroy the Supreme Court. Even the Supreme Court justices are passive in the face of what's going to happen to One third of our government. John Roberts, the chief justice of the United States, who should be protecting that institution above all else. Takes a pass on the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Which is utterly unconstitutional. And yet he does that empowering the illegal acts that will lead to the destruction of his own institution. It, ISI. Is absolutely and cowardice. Unbelievable. So we do not need lectures from the Democrat Party media. We do not need lectures from any Democrats. About this process. Donald Trump hasn't threatened a single court in this process, state or federal Not one We'll get into it with a city commissioner who attacks him or board of elections and hope for here is the threaten anybody. Isn't threatened the destruction of institutions. It's Joe Biden standing in front of a podium. With a fascistic poster behind the office of the president of elect We don't have an office of the president elect. We don't have two presidents at the same time, as I keep saying over and over again. Yet, according to Joe Biden, we do Not one electors been certified no patients, not allowing the process to go forward. What is it that the president and the lawyers they're doing? They're following the law. What is it that the Democrats did They change the law. Accommodate their their base to accommodate their ends. This whole thing is Cloward and Piven's. Earlier and earlier voting later and later counting more and more mail in votes less and less safety measures and security measures for voting, eliminating signatures, eliminating signature comparisons. Postal dates in person voting, just eliminate all those things that are necessary to make sure the vote is Is correct. Then they say, Prove Move the front. We're not gonna help you. The press is going to literally attack you. When in the old days, even back 35 40 years ago. In Chicago. The local press wanted to know the Philadelphia Inquirer could care less. Detroit Free Press. Gittrich care less The New York Times and The Washington Post. Running. Headlines on their front pages attacking the president. Packing their lawyers. Interviewing the defendants that is Thieve Eris, State and city operatives. That's the nature of investigative journalism today. So let's continue with this. This Hans von Spakovsky piece from 12 years ago. The city of Chicago, the election for governor of Illinois, Adlai Stevenson's the third demanding a recount. Which opens the door to Media investigation than a federal grand jury investigation. And the information begins to pour out after two year period. And he says, After all, the conducted complete investigation, authorities would have to review virtually all the one million ballot applications submitted to the city of Chicago. The November election. As well as the voter list maintained by the election Board for all of Chicago's 2900 and 10 precincts. Comprising approximately 1.6 million voters. Check for the names of voters registered more than one precinct as well as registered voters who were dead. Shelly overwhelmed the system. And so when you have a commissioner of a large city or somebody our board of elections, saying we we found no fraud, you know they're frauds. So the FBI employed a new and unique technique back then, and vote fraud investigation a computer This had never been done before. The FBI had to write a computer program that would match data between the list of registered voters the list of individuals who had voted and the other databases and to that end The FBI and federal prosecutors obtained death records from the Bureau of Vital Statistics, local, state and federal prison records. The national Security list. Social Security list. Immigration and National Service records on aliens, driver's license records, even utility records, gas, electric water, telephone and so forth. Even a band of the most patriotic lawyers. Get out of the power of this kind of investigative activity. FBI Agent Locker was shocked at the sheer magnitude of the number of fraudulent votes and the fact that fraud occurred in every single Chicago precinct Now had they not had a grand jury had they not had the FBI. They not have a federal judge pushing this and had they not a software database to figure all this out of a period of more than two years, we would know about this. Again. So when we have media people in the even friends of mine who keeps saying, where is the evidence? It doesn't add up. You can't find 200. That's not going to change it. My God, You're a news organization. My God, Why aren't you sending your people down there to find? What the hell's going on? We've enough have a David's right now sworn affidavit. Better showing patterns. In the big cities in this country. And all we do is look at where 14,000 away. We're 36,000 away. There's a recount it where the media where are they? Where are they? The sheer magnitude in the number of fraudulent votes more than 3000 votes have been cast the names of individuals who were dead or the 31,000 individuals had voted twice in different locations in the city. Thousands of individuals had supposedly voted despite being incarcerated at the time of the election, where they were not free to vote. Utility records show that some individuals who voted were registered as living on vacant lots. Armed with that information. FBI agent Locklear did something unprecedented. He convinced his supervisors DOJ FBI to dedicate all the agents of the FBI field office in Chicago for an entire week. You do nothing but review all of Chicago's voter registration cards and ballot applications..

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"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"After that calm studio But then let's agree on the privatization of the post office. Can you do that? Now. This is big news. A Michigan County has flipped. From Biden to trump after a major vote tabulation error was discovered. I just mentioned about this s O called computer glitch. According to W. L and S T. V in Michigan officials with and from a N T R I m. I hope I'm pronouncing that correctly. Officials with Antrim County posted up data results showing President Trump won the county. With 9784 votes making up 56.46% of the ballots cast. Joe Biden earned 7289 votes or 42.7. The results. Published Earlier showed by and winning by slightly more than 3000 votes. With 98% of the precincts reporting now that is completely flipped. And Trump has carried this northwestern Michigan County. Now. How widespread is this? The Republicans are demanding investigation looking into all 47 counties, claiming that they all use his computer software. But a spokesperson for the Michigan secretary of state Said, quote the skewed results where the result of a county user error, not a software issue, and there's no reason to believe similar errors with ballot counts. Happened anywhere else. End of quote. Down addition to Antrim County, a computer error in Oakland County near Detroit, caused the incumbent GOP county commissioner to think he had lost his reelection bid when in fact he had won the really re election bid. Top cyber experts told the Western Journal. That voting software systems can't be hacked and reprogrammed to skew vote tallies. So obviously this is going to be investigated on we're going to find out whether there are other counties in Michigan, where this computer software was used and whether there was some sort of computer glitch because it's a big deal to switch a county from Biden to Trump. On. That's just not what happened in Michigan. Resident, Trump said the major Democrat donors are Wall Street bankers on our major donors are everyday citizens, and they spent almost $200 million on Senate races in South Carolina and Kentucky alone. Two races and Hundreds of millions of dollars overall against us at the national level. Our opponents major donors were Wall Street bankers and special interests are major donors were police officers, farmers everyday citizens. And to the people who are saying President Trump. What did AH, one election official. I think Blake was in Pennsylvania, said Britain, Trump needs to quote put on his big boy pants, close quote and accept the outcome of the election. You got to still counting 2.5 3 years witch hunt. Attempt to invoke the 25th amendment. The man was impeached over bogus reasons so bogus that you didn't even mention them during the campaign when Biden on DH Harris were running when what When did they bring up impeachment? How you gonna bring up in pizza? When James Comey and Rod Rosenstein both say they've known then what they know now they would have signed off on the five warrants. And you expect President Trump is roll over and play dead. OK, I lost Now go roll over and play dead 41 days. The 2000 election. Remember, Al Gore went to think with four counties. In Florida for a recount. He chose for particular county that had a lot of blacks because he assumed that there would be a recount and they would show more vote for him. If he really was concerned about election integrity, would have asked for a recount in all the counties, but he didn't That's how cynical these guys are. Now, when you call somebody of fascists when you call somebody a dictator when you call somebody and not see honestly, there's not a whole lot you wouldn't do after that. But I don't trust you. Resident Trump with illegitimate President Trump only got elected because of Russian interference. A majority of Democrats majority of Democrats believe not only that the Russians interfered as I've said many, many times, but that the Russians literally change vote tallies. You guys believe that and you're angry at President Trump for being skeptical about the integrity of the election. This thing on Kevin and Trump should put on his big boy pants at the mayor of Philadelphia and accepting and accept his defeat. I thought they were still counting in Arizona. I thought they were still counting. In Georgia. I thought they were still counting in your state. You want himto except the President Trump you feel get him. He's not my president. He told us all this Ranford's most trusting newsroom 14 20 years that I've been telling you about relief actor, Maybe what, five years? Truth is, there are millions of people. In fact, some say over 100 million people struggling with some kind of pain, maybe from exercise are just getting older. 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"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Federally insured by the way. Presidential ballot about continues Good morning. One and all. I am Matt got styled live in the K. M. J newsroom. The counting continues, but still no final call in a 2020 race for the White House. The vote count is trudging along and legal challenges are moving fast to judge in Georgia today in Chatham County, dismissing a trump campaign lawsuit filed along the state's Republican Party line that claimed the county might have mishandled some 60 ballots. Meantime, in Atlanta, where officials signal that they're close to finalizing account Joe Biden showing a growing lead in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Arizona. Jonah, but all too close to call in Las Vegas. Former Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell said they filed a federal lawsuit to stop the counting of what they call illegal votes and say that they have some evidence. Biden's campaign calling the lawsuits meritless. Michelle Franzen, ABC News Congressional elections of scrambled seats in both the House and the Senate. But now ultimately leaving Capitol Hill much already was deeply split and the outcome dampening democratic demands for a bold new agenda. It's emboldening the GOP. And almost ensures partisan gridlock will ensue, regardless of who takes the White House. Speaking of race is the race for the 21st congressional district is once again too close to call. Incoming Democratic representative TJ Cox remains locked in a close race with Republican David Valid AO. According to the latest count from the secretary of state's office. Valid AO still leads COX by a little more than 3000 votes, with 100% of precincts reporting in the 21st district. Wednesday, Congressman Cox issued a statement saying in part quote we've been through this before, he adds. We owe it to the valley to get this right and ensure each and every vote is counted. No matter who wins in 2018, then incumbent Ballade led this race by about 4400 votes on election night..

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Trump and Biden hit key states in final campaign stops

WTOP 24 Hour News

04:12 min | 8 months ago

Trump and Biden hit key states in final campaign stops

"Of the axioms of presidential campaigning watch where where the the candidates candidates are are travelling travelling in in the the final final days. days. And And on on this this final final day day of of activity activity before before Election Election Day, Day, it it looks looks like like Pennsylvania Pennsylvania is is considered considered the the most most important important prize prize and joining us live CBS News Political reporter Caitlin Huey Burns, who's been all over Pennsylvania. Caitlin, Thank you so much for joining us. Hi. Thanks for having me. So you're on the road somewhere in Pennsylvania. Why has the Keystone state emerged as perhaps the chief target here by both the Trump and Biden campaigns. That's right. We're leaving Bucks County and heading back to Philadelphia. This is the battleground of all battlegrounds. President Trump was here making four stops around Pennsylvania yesterday. Joe Biden is barnstorming the state today with this family come alone. There is also here. Pennsylvania is key for a couple of different reasons. First, it offers 20 electoral votes. A huge prize for whoever wins the presidency and also in 2016, it was decided by just 44,000 votes that's such and there are large in and at the margin that help Trump When the White House he's hoping it helped when again, But both campaigns say that this is a very close race, perhaps closer than the polls we've to believe, and the Biden campaign wants to take know voter for granted. They're crossing all over the state today, hoping to get every last vote out. We also know that Pennsylvania this is the first time that they're having absentee ballots, no excuse absentee ballot programming. About three million people have requested an accepted absentee ballots. Um, we've been talking to voters who like this process. Want to make sure Their vote isn't to be counted. You know, it seems like Pennsylvania. Like many other states, It's really an election between the cities in the suburbs and then the rural areas where the president has a real stronghold. That's absolutely right. So you're going to see the vice President Joe Biden, campaigning and places like Philadelphia and the suburbs around Philadelphia, which, as we've seen since the 2018 midterms have shown kind of perhaps a realignment of the parties also campaigning in places like Pittsburgh. The president, meanwhile, has been campaigning in areas that he flipped. In 2016 counties. Ah ah, that, you know that include former Vice President Joe Biden, hometown of Scranton, Uh, that flipped from Obama to Trump in 2016 hoping to maintain those areas support. You're going to hear the president. Talk about oil and fracking. You're going to hear Joe Biden really talk about Krone virus pandemic and making that a centerpiece of his campaign. We talk a lot about bellwether places. What part of Pennsylvania? Are you considering the bellwether tomorrow night to see which way things might go? Well, a couple of different places that we focused our reporting right now. We as I mentioned we're in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This is a place where the margins have really narrowed in 2016. Hillary Clinton wanted by fewer than 3000. Votes, and you talk to a variety of different voters at a early Dropbox location, who kind of gave us a sense of that area as a key battleground watch. We're also keeping an eye on those three counties that Trump flipped from Obama to trump in 2016 1 of them is a place that we were over the weekend, North Hampton An area that we were walking around name neighbors, neighborhoods with canvassers and finding trumps science Next. If I don't sign their neighbors against neighbors, you could be in the same neighborhood and be supporting two very different candidates. So those are kind of the areas that we're watching to see. It's basically a game of turning out your voters. And that's why if you live in Pennsylvania, you're likely getting calls from campaigns urging UT either Get your ballot in or show up on election Day. Hey, Caitlin, our time is up, So I need a quick answer on this, but Do you agree with this? Thought that whoever wins Pennsylvania wins the election. I think it is going to be critical to whoever with the White House. All

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"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:31 min | 11 months ago

"more than 3000 votes" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"7 35 this morning will be joined by The Reverend Dr Kleiner Children. He's from black genocide or custom thoughts about Planned parenthood trying to raise its own history At 805 Jesse Authority will be with us. He's a Washington Post reporter to talk about opening day for the Washington Nationals. What we can expect in this very strange climate, and at 8 35 Kerpen is here to talk about getting the schools reopen. Colonies. On June 2nd 2 state held a primary election that had no early voting. Had very few polling places open on Election Day and had voting by mail. As comptroller. Franchot reiterated again today at the board of Public Works, It was an unmitigated disaster. They were rampant problems with thousands or tens of thousands of Marylanders either not receiving balance, receiving ballots late receiving ballots for the wrong district, receiving them in the wrong language, or having to wait hours long lines. At the handful of polling places that were open on Election Day was Maryland Governor Larry Hogan yesterday discussing how the Maryland primary mail in balloting was an unmitigated disaster. Delving into that with US, Jake Christian Adams, president and general counsel of the Public Interest Legal Foundation. User from 05 to 2010 in the voting section at the United States Department of Justice Christian Thank you for joining us. Good morning Married so the mail in ballots are missing Maryland but the governor at the same time, while admitting that is also encouraging people to vote via mail in balloting. That's a mixed message. If I ever heard one, we'll look. Some people have to vote by mail because their elderly or sick or of other issues, but If you vote by mail, you are significantly more likely to have your ballot not count than if you vote in person. And why is that? Well, because there's so many links in the chain. You should be the last person to touch her ballot before it goes into a scanner in a polling place. But when you vote by mail, there's so many links in the chain. So many people so many postman So many been sitting out in public. So many different people who touch her ballad and it could go it could be delivered to the wrong person. It could have defects on it when it comes back hundreds of thousands of ballots, Mary Come back to election officials and are rejected every year, and the voters don't even know it. That's the risk of mail balloting there. It seems like there's a lot of risks. I mean, we've had a number of primaries, including in Maryland, the one that Governor Hogan was just talking about that have been a disaster. You've had ballots that haven't arrived to people. You've had people who had to wait in line for hours. Some people who never even got to vote because of the length of time that they were required to wait in those lines. So far, Christian, this has been A case study in disenfranchisement, not in actually getting people's votes. Bull's eye Then that's exactly right. When you have an election, that's all male and you reduce the number of and remember the lines. I just mentioned Vince people need to understand. Or because they shrunk the number of in person voting places thinking that male was going to make it easier. And it did the exact opposite. So when you have a male election, you have an unsupervised election. You have people casting ballots in their homes. You know we won elections to be transparent. We won elections to occur where the public can watch. What is happening have confidence in the process put election observers in place have election officials there to fix problems as they occur. A male election does exactly the opposite. You know, there's there are other problems as well because in New Jersey recently there was a about a vote, and they wound up disqualifying 19% of the total ballots cast the the Board of Elections did that is more than 3000 votes because they word there was wrong. There was something wrong with those mail in ballots. A lot of them arrived late. That's not necessarily the fault of the person who may be mounted on time, but it gets lost in the mail. Whatever happens there, there was a problem with it. 19% that can swing an election. And of course they do an investigation. Find out there was massive fraud and one of the people who was arrested for the massive fraud with someone who was running in that election. Mary, 19% would swing every presidential election we've ever had in the United States, Maybe maybe one or two of what may be Reagan Mondale but The point is the point is that when you have a male election, you crank in error, you crank and chaos And, you know, you gotta ask the question. Why are these advocates of mail balloting getting so many millions of dollars? From left wing foundations to push it and it's because they're they're dim witted and don't know this because they don't do election ministrations order. They have something else in mind. I don't have the answer to that. But we know that it creates chaos like it did in New Jersey in West Virginia Mailman was arrested for goofing around with mail ballots. I mean, that's how bad it is. The people that mail ballot advocates wanna trust are actually being arrested for tinkering with the process. It just happened last month. And so you know, there's so many flaws in the system at some point, reasonable, sensible people have to say, Let's stick with what we know works. So one of the things that's happened so far this year is all of these jurisdictions that have had failures in their primaries claimed that these were good test cases. Now when we get to the general election, where it really counts, as if the primary didn't by the way, which, of course, it is an important process. The primary when we get to the general election in November, will have fixed the kinks. The issue here is It only takes one state in an environment where we're reliant on the sanctity of the vote in all of those states. If one state screws it up, Christian, we could be looking at a contested election. That absolutely destroys the fighting that we had over Florida in 2000 mail balloting as the stabilising to the country If we have that one state, Vince You're talking about that throws the election to doubt because ballots are still coming in goofy ballots are coming in, and people are suing to have uncounted certain federal judges or ordering that the screwed up ballots coming in late be counted, and then it's a close election, and it determines the White House that is a stabilising event for the country. And now again, gonna ask the question. Maybe people are just too dimwitted to see That this is destabilizing where maybe they have something else in mind. I don't know the answer to that. But it is a fact that what happened in Paterson, New Jersey, is destabilizing to the country because of mail balloting If it happens on a national scale, and you also have the U. S Postal Service, Ah memo that was obtained by Fox News. Relates concerns over the male being slowed down because of budget cutbacks, and that would have been coming on the heels right now of the pandemic, where you know a lot of businesses going on. If it's slow now in the pandemic, Can you imagine what it's going to be like going into November? If it's slow now, Fox News now the package. It's stuck in Chicago for five weeks..

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