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Fresh "Northeast" from Tim Conway Jr.

Tim Conway Jr.

01:03 min | 28 min ago

Fresh "Northeast" from Tim Conway Jr.

"Of millions who have the APP, download I heart radio for free today and start listening. I heard radio guidelines say on Lee. People on the priority list should be vaccinated, even if it means the vaccines would otherwise end up in the trash Health department needs to come out and say it's okay to an ocular eight people who are not on the priority list. If there are no shows, and you've got extra, and it's going to spoil Jerry and Shannon weekdays at 10 A.m.. That should be the common sense when Of doing this. Okay? If I 6 14 Conway show lottery numbers have been picked. I didn't win, but they're 10. 1926 28. 50 or could be 15 minutes. 50 men 16 was still trying to verify but I'm 99% sure it's 55 0. So Don't throw it. Take it out. If it's 15 or 15, or 15 or 50 guys still check All right. Very good. Um We have a power outage. Fire off the 2 10. We're keeping my, um That's in the Northeast Valley..

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City Expands COVID-19 Care Kit Initiative To South Los Angeles And LA’s Eastside

KNX Evening News

01:01 min | 22 hrs ago

City Expands COVID-19 Care Kit Initiative To South Los Angeles And LA’s Eastside

"To distribute covert 19 care kits, too vulnerable households is moving into other parts of Los Angeles. The program, which began in the Northeast San Fernando Valley, is expanding citywide, starting with a focus on multigenerational households on Ella's East side, and in south L. A Mayor Eric Garcetti says the L. A Fire department will distribute the kids when they pick up someone for a medical transport. They're vulnerable. And if we're transporting somebody who already has covert 19, we want to protect Grandma. We want to protect grandfather. We wanted Make sure those folks have the basics. The information the hand sanitizer. The disinfectant. The Master l. A City Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez says they will keep putting together kits as long as they're needed until folks are vaccinated. We're going to continue to see households where you have one or two family members that have contracted Cove it and there are methods of us to protect the rest of the members of the household. This is an important part of how we do that. She says. The American Red Cross has helped them access. Some of the resource is and we're part of the volunteers. Group that assembled the kits.

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Fresh "Northeast" from Chip Franklin

Chip Franklin

00:39 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Northeast" from Chip Franklin

"Waterproof Corps. During S Angie's New Year. New Flooring Sale, Go to SG carpet dot com For the nearest showroom or to have their mobile showroom come to you. The kgo 8 10 Weather forecast the high wind warning with us until seven this evening Northeast winds 20 to 30 miles an hour. Gust up to 65 Miles an hour, mainly above 6500 ft. So windy, breezy for the rest of this day tomorrow, calmer skies and it looks like a cooler weather as well with highs mainly in the sixties around the Bay Area. I'm Kim McAllister More of Chip Franklin. Coming your way Next on KGO. Handles 30 minutes off fried. This should be fun. Okay, fellas on who's ready.

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City Expands COVID-19 Care Kit Initiative To South and Eastside Los Angeles

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:06 min | 1 d ago

City Expands COVID-19 Care Kit Initiative To South and Eastside Los Angeles

"Care kits, too vulnerable households. He's moving into other parts of Los Angeles. The program, which began in the Northeast, San Fernando Valley is expanding citywide, starting with a focus on multigenerational households on Ella's East Side, and in south L. A mayor Regard said. He says the L. A Fire department will distribute the kids when they pick up someone for a medical transport. We know that they're vulnerable. And if we're transporting somebody who already has covert 19, we want to protect Grandma. We want to protect Grandpa. We want to make sure those folks have the basics. The information the hand sanitizer. The disinfected The master l. A city Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez says they will keep putting together kits as long as they're needed until folks are vaccinated. We're going to continue to see households where you have one or two fans. The members that have contracted Cove it and there are methods of us to protect the rest of the members of the household. This is an important part of how we do that, she says. The American Red Cross has helped them access. Some of the resource is and we're part of the volunteer group that assembled the kits. Margaret CAREER Oh KNX 10 70 news radio. A new study says wearing

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After successful soft launch, mass vaccination site at Gillette gets to work

VB in the Middle

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

After successful soft launch, mass vaccination site at Gillette gets to work

"And Gillette Stadium officially opens today as the first mass vaccination side for first responders and health care workers. It's the first sports venue in the Northeast converted into a mass vaccination site. They started issuing vaccines last week. Two staff members, Fenway Park is next in line to become a vaccination venue, potentially a soon as next

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33 dogs rescued from poor living conditions in northeast Georgia, now at Atlanta shelter

Morning Talk with Martha Zoller

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

33 dogs rescued from poor living conditions in northeast Georgia, now at Atlanta shelter

"Dozen dogs turned into the Toccoa Stevens County Animal shelter now in the hands of the Atlanta Humane Society. WD wins. Caleb Hutchins has their story. 33 adult dogs were surrendered by the owner of the property, according to a post on the animal shelters. Facebook page Shelter officials say they didn't have enough space of the shelter and they didn't want to euthanize any of the dogs. So they called the Atlanta Humane Society for help. Humane Society agreed to take 29 of the dogs. They said. The animals have been living in two sheds and a trailer and many of them had scars from fighting for food. It's not clear of the owner of the property will face any charges.

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Small protests held at heavily guarded state Capitols

The Boxer Show

00:22 sec | 1 d ago

Small protests held at heavily guarded state Capitols

"Ohio State House Sunday in anticipation of an armed protest, But groups people it should up remain small and there were no arrests. The state House is fortified, boarded up windows, fencing and lighting. After an FBI bulletin last week warned of armed protests at all. 50 state capitals, The statehouse and all state offices downtown remain closed through Wednesday of this week. Glam continues today after a fire get it a fast food joint on the Northeast

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Amtrak curtails service for some Virginia lines ahead of Inauguration Day

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Amtrak curtails service for some Virginia lines ahead of Inauguration Day

"That extra security also impacting the rail roads in and out of D. C. All Marc train routes into the district have been suspended beginning today. Marylin Department of Transportation says right now, I'd expect service on the pen, Camden and Brunswick lines to resume this Thursday. But for now, again no Mark service until after the inauguration. Amtrak says it's also going to suspend all Northeast regional service south of D. C on Tuesday and Wednesday. No Amtrak trains in Virginia except the auto train, which leaves from Lorton and won't be affected.

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Virginia man arrested at Washington, DC checkpoint says it was an 'honest mistake'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 3 d ago

Virginia man arrested at Washington, DC checkpoint says it was an 'honest mistake'

"T O P s national security Correspondent J. J. Green tells US authorities are closely scrutinizing inaugural credentials after the arrest of a Virginia man at a D. C checkpoint in court documents, police say Westley Allan Dealer of front Royal pulled up to a checkpoint near the U. S capitol with a gun. Ah lot of ammunition and a fake inauguration credential. This is about 6 30 last Night at the checkpoint at North Capitol and E. Street Northeast, The Washington Post reports. Beeler called it an honest mistake, saying he was running late to his job. Working security for the inauguration, forgot the other unregistered gun in his vehicle. He denied having 500 rounds of ammunition. Bealer has been charged with carrying a pistol that is not registered in D. C. We was released in order not to return to the city except to appear in court or meet with his lawyer

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Rebels kill 1 UN peacekeeper in Central African Republic

Buck Sexton

00:20 sec | 4 d ago

Rebels kill 1 UN peacekeeper in Central African Republic

"In Central African Republic says at least one peacekeepers been killed in another injured in two successive attacks by armed rebels near the town of Green. Mari. Armed rebels staged the attack, while peacekeepers from both Burundi and Bangladesh were carrying out a security operation around Ramadi. More than 200, kilometers northeast of the capital More on these

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Seattle police arrest man in connection with kicking attacks on two women

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 6 d ago

Seattle police arrest man in connection with kicking attacks on two women

"On women. Seattle police say the first attack took place aboard a metro bus January 6th of the area of Northeast 43rd and University investigators say the suspect became upset over a woman speaking on the phone. And kicked her in the head. She suffered a concussion. As a result, Second attack took place the next day and later in Bell town, where a woman planting flowers in the area fourth and Blanchard was kicked in the head. She suffered serious injuries, including a number of facial fractures. Utility crews are making progress in

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Man’s body found surrounded by cash in northeast Houston cemetery

Rush Limbaugh

00:26 sec | Last week

Man’s body found surrounded by cash in northeast Houston cemetery

"A cemetery workers here. The Golden Gate Cemetery found a man's body early this morning. The cemetery is located on Hirsch near crossed embers. Black Dodge Charger was parked nearby. But right now it's unclear if it belongs to the man. Investigators also tell us there's a lot of cash on the ground surrounding him. No word on how that man died or what happened before he was killed. You

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28: JEREMY BAMBER Murdered His OWN FAMILY - burst 2

A Psych For Sore Minds

01:00 min | Last week

28: JEREMY BAMBER Murdered His OWN FAMILY - burst 2

"Tie like go from a different angle because my area of expertise is forensic psychiatry. Which is the crossover of mental defending offending. So i picked a specific angle related. This this is without question. The most gruesome at cold-blooded bernstein said jeremy bamber third fine members and family called blood. Then try to frame it on his sister who has schizophrenia. I should say has. She's vixen sheets mud at the age of twenty eight and a two twin boys secure. So this will happen in essex the uk so foreign friends essex as a county northeast of loaded when women have a reputation of being very friendly. So i'm going to answer questions in these episodes including how realistic was it for jeremy. Bamba try to frame his sister and what john

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Northeast Georgia Health System offering COVID-19 vaccine events for 65 and older

Mornings on Maine Street

00:34 sec | Last week

Northeast Georgia Health System offering COVID-19 vaccine events for 65 and older

"Or older in the region can now schedule an appointment to get a cove in 19 vaccine with northeast Georgia held system, according to a press release from N G. Hs. The health system plans to hold seven covert 19 vaccine clinic events across north Georgia this month. Locations include Oakwood, Dawsonville, Wind, er, Gainesville and Toccoa. Follow up events will also take place in February to receive the second dose of the vaccine for a full list of the vaccine clinics and a link to schedule. Willen appointment. Visit Our website Access Wdun. Austin Eller.

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Man gunned down after leaving Midtown club in Houston

The Ric Edelman Show

01:11 min | Last week

Man gunned down after leaving Midtown club in Houston

"Shooting in midtown Houston outside a nightclub Tyisha Walker with our TV partner channel to report We know that the deadly shooting happened just before three o'clock at the intersection. At San Jack and McElhaney. Houston. Police say the now deceased man had left a club in the area and was waiting for a friend to pick him up in an uber investigators say During that time the victim was confronted by a man wearing a hoody on was shot. We say the shooter who used a pistol, fired multiple rounds and even hit several building that victim is dead. Police don't have a suspect. Yet there was another shooting at a nightclub on the South side. A 16 year old girl is dead and Juan near West Little York Police, responding to reports of shots fired, find a man who had run into a nearby apartment building. He had been shot several times, got into an apartment building into an apartment and doused himself. In hot sauce to disguise the blood. When the police arrived, Southwest used another man shot to death off Hill Croft at an apartment complex northeast Houston. Ah, prostitute shot and killed in a car after getting into a fight with a male driver over money. Hey, T

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Dense fog again develops over areas away from close-in Chicago

Bob Sirott

00:34 sec | Last week

Dense fog again develops over areas away from close-in Chicago

"Another dense fog advisory in place this morning for almost everybody that does not line the lakefront area. So county's off to the West and South and North west under this dense fog advisory until 10 o'clock in the morning, with that comes areas of patchy fog even closer toward the lakefront temperatures for the most part er down into the twenties and below freezing, so freezing fog, also a concern. In addition to her Boost visibility above all that is a cloudy sky that will stick with today in a few flurries even possible here, especially throughout the morning hours. Temperatures hover near freezing this afternoon with winds east northeast around five MPH.

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Treacherous travel expected in much of eastern US

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Treacherous travel expected in much of eastern US

"Begin with millions of americans now digging out from one storm as a new system. Take shape in the south and takes aim at one of the busiest travel days of the year. A state of emergency to open twenty twenty one as heavy snow and ice pushed north from texas through the heartland then all the way into the northern new england area a foot of snow paralyzing interstate traffic in texas. Some drivers stuck up to fourteen hours tonight. Attention moving to the southeast where a rainmaker has already triggered. Flash flood watches from tallahassee to columbia south carolina that storm pushing north along. The i ninety five corridor with snow inland and a wintry mix sure to make for treacherous driving the forecast in a moment but we begin tonight with abc. Stephanie ramos right here in new york city tonight. Dangerous winter weather slamming parts of the country with millions heading home from the holidays. A major storm system sweeping from the south into the northeast bringing heavy snow ice and rain parts of west texas digging out from more than a foot of snow. This is miles and miles. Hundreds of drivers stuck in traffic for up to fourteen hours due to the treacherous conditions. One woman with diabetes trying to avoid a medical emergency by rationing her medication in the car. I'm trying to take my medications right now. Because i don't really of drop zillow. In oklahoma snow and ice knocking out power to thousands icy road conditions stranding cars semis sliding off the highways this eighteen wheeler toppling onto its side ramming a guardrail to reported tornadoes. Touching down in georgia. This mobile home flipped over by high winds injuring. One person despite cdc warnings not to travel due to covid more than fifteen million people flying across the country for the winter holidays rain snow could impact travel over the next twenty four hours with tomorrow expected to be the busiest day for air travel since the start of the pandemic. The travel headaches aren't over here in the northeast. Black ice is a concern tonight. Temperatures are expected to drop below freezing and a new storm set. Impact much of the east coast tomorrow giving travelers very little time to prepare

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New year brings surge of new COVID cases in Georgia

Clark Howard

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

New year brings surge of new COVID cases in Georgia

"Coronavirus surgeon, Georgia more than 8700 new confirmed cases today that is the highest number in a single day. North Georgia hospitals are dealing with their own surgeon covert cases, They're all out of room. That's word for the four North Georgia hospitals run by northeast Georgia medical system. All our overcapacity meeting patients are waiting for beds because of so many covert cases. Chief of staff, Dr Cliff Hastings admits to Channel two action news fatigue has set in retired community community start. start. We're We're all all tired tired of of this this for for 10 10 months months into into this, this, however, however, it's it's very very important important now now that that we we protect protect each each other, other, he he says. says. They've They've seen seen a a major major search search since since Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving. Like Like many many other other health health experts, experts, he he expects expects the the post post holiday surge to be even worse. Jessica

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Resident burned, condo complex damaged after four-alarm fire in northeast Dallas

Glenn Beck

00:23 sec | 2 weeks ago

Resident burned, condo complex damaged after four-alarm fire in northeast Dallas

"Dallas Fire Rescue was called out early this morning to fight a four alarm fire in a condo complex on Walnut Street, Nero Delia Road in northeast Dallas. Smoke and flames were pouring out of the three story building's roof. When firefighters arrived more than 100, firefighters were brought in to knock the blaze down. Most of the 16 privately owned condos in the building were damaged. At least one resident was injured. The investigation

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Resident burned, condo complex damaged after four-alarm fire in northeast Dallas

Chris Salcedo

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Resident burned, condo complex damaged after four-alarm fire in northeast Dallas

"Rescue investigators working on the cause of a four alarm fire early this morning and a condominium complex on Walnut Street near a deal you rode. Most of the 16 units in the building were damaged, and one resident was hurt. Investigators think the fire was probably started by combustible materials left too close to a heat source.

"northeast" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"northeast" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"That's a. l. l. y. dot com slash. How to money welcome back. I'm your host eaves and you're tuned into this day in history class a show that takes history and squeezes it into bite. Sized stories day was november ninth nineteen sixty five. A huge electrical power failure sint parts of ontario and the northeastern united states into darkness for up to thirteen hours at five sixteen pm. Et safety relay on a transmission. Line at sir. Adam beck station on the ontario side of niagara falls trips that sent a surge of power south and caused nearby power lines to overload and fail. The failure caused blackouts in new york. New jersey connecticut massachusetts rhode island new hampshire vermont pennsylvania. And the canadian province of ontario. Some cities have their own electric utilities. Were not plunged into darkness. Around thirty million people were affected by the blackout. The full moon that night provide some light since it was a weekday rush hour when the blackout began it was particularly disruptive people were trapped in subways in elevators and stop lights out. Airplanes were unable to land in trains were brought to a halt backup generators allow telephone exchanges in some radio stations to keep running police and the national guard were called in to stop looting but there were few instances of writing or looting during the confusion television networks faced problem in getting news out about the blackout since they relied on electricite. Cbs is news program which originated in new york. Had to turn to a backup studio in an anchor walter cronkite had to deliver the blackout story by telephone to anchor. Roger mudd in washington. The new york times had to print a ten page paper for november tenth at the printing presses of a new jersey publisher. The times was new. York city's only major daily paper to put out. An addition on the morning of the tenth power was restored to the affected areas throughout the night and into the morning. Questions and rumors swirled about the cause of the outage including one that it was an act of sabotage. People feared. it was an attack partly due to cold war tensions but authorities denied. There was any foul play. Human interest stories were printed in newspapers. One story for instance reported that a boy in new hampshire hit a light pole at the exact moment the power went out and he ran home thinking he caused the blackout. You president lyndon b johnson sent a memorandum to the chairman of the federal power commission. Saying in part. Today's failure is a dramatic reminder of the importance of the uninterrupted flow of power to the health safety and wellbeing of our citizens and the defense of our country. This failures should be immediately and carefully investigated in order to prevent a recurrence. It took investigators less than a week to figure out the cause of the blackout. The faulty relay and officials announced the failure to the public after the blackout. People were compelled to reconsider their reliance on electricity. Electrical engineers reexamined the power grid system and regional reliability councils that established industry standards share information for systems analysis and coordinate system design and operation were formed in the wake of the nineteen sixty five blackout. A myth emerged that a high number of babies were born nine months to the day after the blackout but it was developed some conspiracy theorists though still doubt that the relay was the reason for the blackout. I'm chef and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. Singer best history means to us at t d. h. fee podcast on facebook instagram and twitter. And you can send your thoughts are comments to us at this day. At iheartmedia dot com. Thank you for listening to today's episode. We'll see you again tomorrow with another one. So i go through yoga clothes that gets super smelly and super sweaty and sometimes they retain that funk washed but that's not the case with oxy clean odor blasters. They keep my clothes smelling six fresh wash. You've got to try oxy clean odor blasters for yourself to work your magic with oxy clean go to oxy clean dot com slash. Try me in order a free sample. That's oxy clean dot com slash t. r. y. m. e. for a free odor blaster sample while supplies last. So one of the reasons that i rarely by white t shirts because they get dirty so easily and one of my favorite white banner. The other day got a fruit juice day on it. I was devastated. But i had oxy clean versatile stain remover which got that stain out and made the shirt look so much better. You've got to try oxy clean versatile stain remover for yourself to work your magic with oxy clean go to oxy. Clean dot com slash. Try me in order a free sample. That's oxy clean dot com slash t. r. y. m. e. for a free stain fighting sample while supplies last..

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"northeast" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"northeast" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The Northeast to where New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts just notch numbers not seen since May, the nation past that death toll Sunday, according to Johns Hopkins University. The US leads the world in number of deaths and cases of the virus. More than 8.6 million people in the U. S have been diagnosed with the illness since the band Emmick began. El Paso County in west Texas, has ordered a curfew between 10 P.m. and 5 A.m.. As a number of covert 19 cases skyrocket in all hospitals reach 100% capacity. The county judge there is called the situation at a crisis stage. The fine for breaking the curfew is 500 bucks, and anyone caught not wearing a face mask will face a $250 penalty. El Paso County has also closed all of its parks and recreational facilities for the next two weeks. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says vice President Mike Pence will continue his duties despite advisers testing positive for covert 19. Well, actually, he's not just campaign he's working on CNN's state of the Union, Meadows insisted. Pence, is wearing a mask and practicing social distancing in lieu of his chief of staff and political advisor testing positive for Cove it. The vice president tested negative Sunday, according to spokespeople, and he is continuing to campaign even though he has been in close contact with those now positive, one White House official said, in consultation with the White House Medical Alienate. The vice president will maintain his schedule in accordance with the CDC guidelines for essential personnel. Despite the CDC guidelines, stating you should stay home if you might have been exposed to covert 19, the vice president will be campaigning in Minnesota today. There's a report the Corona virus vaccine being developed by Oxford University, and AstraZeneca is producing a similar immune response in both older and younger adults. AstraZeneca also told Reuters that adverse side effects among elderly people are lower. The vaccine the British pharmaceutical giant and Oxford are developing is believed to be a front runner for approval from regulators. Today's announcements likely to raise hopes that a Corona virus vaccine will be developed before the end of this year. President Trump and Joe Biden are using very different strategies in the final days of the campaign. The president is doing multiple rallies daily in Manchester, New Hampshire. Sunday, he criticized Biden for at time staying close to home. He never goes anywhere. And when he does, it's Delaware.

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"northeast" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

04:31 min | 4 months ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Friend Zone

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"northeast" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Friend Zone

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"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

"In Latrobe next number two. Oh five two nine. The trump is home to Detroit militia which they sent a militia to Charlottesville proudly and latrobe is home to the trump house. Some people call it the trump's trying to story house painted in red white and blue with a car out of trump's I think is like as tall as the house and people like thousands thousands and thousands of people have gone to take pictures by it but just because those things are present. There doesn't mean that there aren't conversations to be had hi. My name is Amanda. I'm with. I'm a volunteer. With Voice of Westmoreland. It's just a grassroots group. That's trying to get people in Harrisburg in Washington to like. Listen to people in this area these we we wanted to know. If you'd like thirty seconds today to hear about a petition we're trying to get some is amazing. How much people will open up? If you don't lead with you know hi. I'm a Democrat. You need to vote for Democrats Democrats. Were always going to be great for you and this is a Democrat Democrat. Why aren't you a Democrat like if you don't do any of that if you just say like who you are and you're a volunteer and you're out there because you're scared and it really matters to you? It matters to your family in your little bit vulnerable. It's really interesting that people will talk to you in a different way like we really mean it when we say like surprise them with your humanity like show them that you're not the scary person that Fox News thousand you are. It's funny Barack. Obama used to say that meeting people in person at town halls and campaign events was the most effective way of proving that he wasn't the character on Fox News as Angela has also discovered these in person conversations or what helped voters understand that a lot of us want the same things in a leader. Even if we don't agree on everything I think it was more than I think. People want to know that their politicians aren't being bought out. I think it would be nice to to have a president who was working for the people you know they pretend to give tax cuts and really were only doing worse. Were all well like one accident away from medical bankruptcy like I think people want a president who actually is their champion. They want a president who actually knows that the system is is not working for them and that the powerful few are getting so powerful. I think that's what everybody wants. And if we can just talk about it in the right way and message agenda in the right way. Hopefully that's what we can get like all of us. Angela has her concerns about twenty twenty but instead of letting those concerns consume her are. She's using them as fuel. I think everybody should be scared. And then everybody should realize you need to be tapped into that fear and you need to let out yourself. Think about what could happen. If we don't prevent trump wanting again and the Republicans having control again but then you can't can't just stay in that fear. You have to find a way to do something especially those of us who like have privileged like. Yeah I have amass and that's really hard but I have so many things like I'm still able to walk right now like any privileged that you have you have to work up the courage to fight for people who don't have as much as you. Trump didn't happen overnight. This happened over time and yeah I think it's because white people let it happen. They were comfortable enough that they didn't stop anything And now the one good thing about trump is people are paying attention a little more and I really hope that they're not just paying attention by sharing memes and once a year going to a women's March and L. Watching Stephen. Colbert be brilliantly. Funny Witty and snarky like I hope they're not just paying attention to that but they're paying attention to the fact of how how much opportunity they have to do something. We found people with Angela's grit all over the country like a public school teacher in suburban Phoenix. WHO's running for state Senate in a district that Democrats lost by under three hundred votes in two thousand eighteen? So we're headed to the South West to look at how the suburbs are changing and find out what those ships this will be enough for Democrats to win in the sun belt. That's next time on the Wilderness. The wilderness is written and directed by John Farrow of crooked media. It's produced by Andrea Gardner Bernstein Andrea Scott Andrea. Scott is also our editor. Under Austin Fisher is our assistant editor in associate producer music by Mardy Fowler. Sound Design and mixing by Alex Aguirre Production Support from Alison Sinfonietta Sydney rap and Brian. semel Kyle Seguin was a recording engineer. Austin Fast Virginia Laura Nancy Rosenbaum and Max Wasserman where our field producers juicers fact checking by Justin Cosco and Sarah Chocolate archival production by Shayna Doria Seraya chocolate archival legal review by Chad Russo. Also special. Thanks to Sara. Geisler moved Mohan in tiny into Mike coolish from Benenson Strategy Group. Thanks for listening.

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"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

"In Latrobe next number two. Oh five two nine. The trump is home to Detroit militia which they sent a militia to Charlottesville proudly and latrobe is home to the trump house. Some people call it the trump's trying to story house painted in red white and blue with a car out of trump's I think is like as tall as the house and people like thousands thousands and thousands of people have gone to take pictures by it but just because those things are present. There doesn't mean that there aren't conversations to be had hi. My name is Amanda. I'm with. I'm a volunteer. With Voice of Westmoreland. It's just a grassroots group. That's trying to get people in Harrisburg in Washington to like. Listen to people in this area these we we wanted to know. If you'd like thirty seconds today to hear about a petition we're trying to get some is amazing. How much people will open up? If you don't lead with you know hi. I'm a Democrat. You need to vote for Democrats Democrats. Were always going to be great for you and this is a Democrat Democrat. Why aren't you a Democrat like if you don't do any of that if you just say like who you are and you're a volunteer and you're out there because you're scared and it really matters to you? It matters to your family in your little bit vulnerable. It's really interesting that people will talk to you in a different way like we really mean it when we say like surprise them with your humanity like show them that you're not the scary person that Fox News thousand you are. It's funny Barack. Obama used to say that meeting people in person at town halls and campaign events was the most effective way of proving that he wasn't the character on Fox News as Angela has also discovered these in person conversations or what helped voters understand that a lot of us want the same things in a leader. Even if we don't agree on everything I think it was more than I think. People want to know that their politicians aren't being bought out. I think it would be nice to to have a president who was working for the people you know they pretend to give tax cuts and really were only doing worse. Were all well like one accident away from medical bankruptcy like I think people want a president who actually is their champion. They want a president who actually knows that the system is is not working for them and that the powerful few are getting so powerful. I think that's what everybody wants. And if we can just talk about it in the right way and message agenda in the right way. Hopefully that's what we can get like all of us. Angela has her concerns about twenty twenty but instead of letting those concerns consume her are. She's using them as fuel. I think everybody should be scared. And then everybody should realize you need to be tapped into that fear and you need to let out yourself. Think about what could happen. If we don't prevent trump wanting again and the Republicans having control again but then you can't can't just stay in that fear. You have to find a way to do something especially those of us who like have privileged like. Yeah I have amass and that's really hard but I have so many things like I'm still able to walk right now like any privileged that you have you have to work up the courage to fight for people who don't have as much as you. Trump didn't happen overnight. This happened over time and yeah I think it's because white people let it happen. They were comfortable enough that they didn't stop anything And now the one good thing about trump is people are paying attention a little more and I really hope that they're not just paying attention by sharing memes and once a year going to a women's March and L. Watching Stephen. Colbert be brilliantly. Funny Witty and snarky like I hope they're not just paying attention to that but they're paying attention to the fact of how how much opportunity they have to do something. We found people with Angela's grit all over the country like a public school teacher in suburban Phoenix. WHO's running for state Senate in a district that Democrats lost by under three hundred votes in two thousand eighteen? So we're headed to the South West to look at how the suburbs are changing and find out what those ships this will be enough for Democrats to win in the sun belt. That's next time on the Wilderness. The wilderness is written and directed by John Farrow of crooked media. It's produced by Andrea Gardner Bernstein Andrea Scott Andrea. Scott is also our editor. Under Austin Fisher is our assistant editor in associate producer music by Mardy Fowler. Sound Design and mixing by Alex Aguirre Production Support from Alison Sinfonietta Sydney rap and Brian. semel Kyle Seguin was a recording engineer. Austin Fast Virginia Laura Nancy Rosenbaum and Max Wasserman where our field producers juicers fact checking by Justin Cosco and Sarah Chocolate archival production by Shayna Doria Seraya chocolate archival legal review by Chad Russo. Also special. Thanks to Sara. Geisler moved Mohan in tiny into Mike coolish from Benenson Strategy Group. Thanks for listening.

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"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

"The thing politics and government that bothers me is when these people are making laws and decisions insist that affect so many people. I don't think they they think about the gravity city of how it's GonNa Affect People's lives. I think they make decisions callously and recklessly and and don't think about the effect of this have on the general population. Well it's it's politics. All it takes is all about like they do things to appeal to other people in politics so that they can get things all about waging leverage. It's not really about getting it's not about it's been about. They could care less what happens to the people the people that are affected. We can't unify and get things together. It's everybody's quarreling there in quarreling. Talk all the people are people and end friendship trump frame or you know right. I mean I'm to the point now. Where after like politics just as the hell out of me where I kind of have to detach from it in order to live a normal life because there's so much it's so diluted it's so mast is so ultimately I'm only getting half to store and him yes my one vote counts but it's like how much does it count? What sources do you trust the the most in the media I mean the reason why the news and the media exist is because it was supposed to form a well informed electorate and that was for people to learn about the issues? Learn about the people that you are going to vote in the office of whatever your local your National National Races and make that decision based on the information they provided. I don't believe we are always provided with the best information. I don't believe that we are always provided with nonbiased information the information they want us to handwrite. I and I'm a huge fan of overseas news. I would rather get my news from other countries then about our our politics. And what is going on in the world not just here in the world then then CNN or Fox Fox were MSNBC OR NBC or right. I mean this reliable. I don't we know anymore. What is your opinion of the Democratic Party too? Many yeah can't focus. Yeah there's no focus on that at all because they're just this throwing everybody in the ring well aside from the candidates which we can talk about. What about the party is a whole Democratic Party is a whole just yeah interesting? I think they stand for the important issues. What I consider the important issues is what what issues are the most in line with the Democratic Party healthcare? I I really think. Universal health care is important. I would like to see some form of education reform. I would love to see lobbying lobbying just completely done away with anyone else when you vote for Democrats. What makes you vote for them? I I tend to think did they are more. They're more for the people than the put. The common people. The people vet are working people. That aren't rich. The people who don't own businesses whereas the Republican Party just seems to it always be concerned about the wealthy. You know that so is it and then who here is definitely gonNA vote for the Democratic candidate. Whoever the Democratic candidates in my research I I even though only one person said she was considering voting for trump no one would commit to voting for the Democratic candidate? No matter who wins the nomination who here would vote for Braga Obama again. If he was running again I probably would. So that's That's almost everyone except okay. That's good just trying to get all these down. Is there a chance of that. What's it's most important to you like if you could build a dream Democratic candidate what kind of qualities would you be looking at question them being racist or not integrity? Yeah I was just GonNa say that. Yeah this is important. I would like a focus campaign not a pro empty promise campaign not a I have one hundred fifty things on my listen I wanNA do for you. How do you focus on five important issues? A Tommy how you're going to achieve them because to me. That's I think something that. Every single one of our presidential candidates candidate has done wrong. In the past I would vote for who ever ran a decent campaign. I am so tired of listening to people bad mouth each other and it just really seems like that's all they do and I'm not just talking about Democrats. I'm talking about politicians across the board. I don't understand politics as a whole for my thirty years of being out of high school by Focus was on was raising. My son is autistic. So but I know I have no understanding what they need to. We do have an understanding class with those who don't understand. They can get better election going on because I would love to be in. Politics is to see was not the see the now I wouldn't know w parts of it I don't understand it I just turn it off someone else. That last comment stayed with me after the conversation was over. It's not that she doesn't care about politics or government she just doesn't understand the issues or the debate around the issues and that's pretty common with a a lot of voters who were too busy working and raising kids to follow politics or figure out what new source they can trust. There was plenty of frustration and disappointment with trump in that Pennsylvania. Menu Focus Group but in order to win their support. Democrats need to somehow breakthrough all the noise and nastiness corruption that these voters see coming out of Washington. It's also true that the more Democrats can tie trump and Republican politicians to the mess in DC. The better chance they'll have to present an alternative vision of politics according to David Puff Barack Obama's campaign manager Democrats have such an opportunity in the Maine Senate race or longtime Republican incumbent. Susan in Collins is up in two thousand twenty you know I think Collins obviously someone who's been immensely popular people didn't see her as a politician. She's lost all that and and so I think there's a decent chance to beat her. I think it will require you. Know the Democratic candidate for Senate holding on to basically all the vote are Democratic presidential candidate it gets in Portland and the suburbs in the southern part of the state you know I think. She's a super tempting target. There is no path to a democratic majority in the Senate meant. That doesn't run through main full stop. That's Lisa Roberts. The chair of the main Democratic Party and she's got a lot to say about this. Susan Collins was first first elected in one thousand nine hundred ninety six twenty fourteen. She won with nearly seventy percent of the statewide vote. And that means that a large number of Democrats voted wooded for her in fact. If you went out and pull Democrats you'd probably find a large number of them who voted for her. Not just once but twice or multiple times but who she was then is not who she is now and that is why it matters so much. She has a track record especially since two thousand sixteen of saying one thing and doing another. She has told us for decades that she is pro choice yet. She voted for Brett Cavanaugh. And she's she's helped. Donald Trump appoint thirty two antiabortion judges. Roughly half of miners have a pre existing condition and that means that she would have left all of us out on the street wind. She voted to Gut the ACS voted to do almost a dozen times. Mainers won't select the Democratic candidate to face collins until their primary in June but Lisa in the main Democrats are already building off their two thousand eighteen successes. Like electing Maine's first woman governor owner Janet Mills Electing Jared Golden in Mainz historically read second congressional district and taking control of the state legislature. We not only need to replicate what we did well in two thousand eighteen but we have to do it on steroids in twenty twenty. And so what we've done coming out at two thousand eighteen is. We've recognized that we need to like. I said earlier her meet people where they're at not only with the issues that we care about what but with our actual organizing program and so we've actually invested quite heavily in our digital infrastructure sure and developing a a distributed organizing model. And so what this really does is. It allows us to bring our trainings Directly into the living rooms in the homes of Democrats across the state especially in rural areas where. We can't realistically planned to put organizers on the ground and this is going to allow wow us to prepare people to go neighbor to neighbor block by block throughout their community and talk to the people that they already know and have existing relationships with about these issues and so we are not only deploying traditional field strategy. We're using new. Tactics and new tools and worked to bridge is the geographic divide. Because it's so important that we be on the ground early and we are talking to voters to determine what's going to be the most effective Messaging Strategy Organiz early Organiz everywhere and talk to everyone. Not just a few weeks before an election about a specific candidate but all year round about the issues issues people care about. That's the way to break. Through all the distrust and disappointment we heard in that Pennsylvania. Focus Group. That's what Lisa Roberts and the main Democrats are doing. And that's what Angela. aldus and Voice of Westmoreland or doing to our strategy is about you know building long-term sustainable political power and that it's hard work. It's not sexy. You don't swoop in and swoop out. You don't build long-term sustainable political power with expensive TV ad by you do it it by being there month in month out and so it is November middle of November in an odd year ear. And this weekend we are going camping.

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"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

"The thing politics and government that bothers me is when these people are making laws and decisions insist that affect so many people. I don't think they they think about the gravity city of how it's GonNa Affect People's lives. I think they make decisions callously and recklessly and and don't think about the effect of this have on the general population. Well it's it's politics. All it takes is all about like they do things to appeal to other people in politics so that they can get things all about waging leverage. It's not really about getting it's not about it's been about. They could care less what happens to the people the people that are affected. We can't unify and get things together. It's everybody's quarreling there in quarreling. Talk all the people are people and end friendship trump frame or you know right. I mean I'm to the point now. Where after like politics just as the hell out of me where I kind of have to detach from it in order to live a normal life because there's so much it's so diluted it's so mast is so ultimately I'm only getting half to store and him yes my one vote counts but it's like how much does it count? What sources do you trust the the most in the media I mean the reason why the news and the media exist is because it was supposed to form a well informed electorate and that was for people to learn about the issues? Learn about the people that you are going to vote in the office of whatever your local your National National Races and make that decision based on the information they provided. I don't believe we are always provided with the best information. I don't believe that we are always provided with nonbiased information the information they want us to handwrite. I and I'm a huge fan of overseas news. I would rather get my news from other countries then about our our politics. And what is going on in the world not just here in the world then then CNN or Fox Fox were MSNBC OR NBC or right. I mean this reliable. I don't we know anymore. What is your opinion of the Democratic Party too? Many yeah can't focus. Yeah there's no focus on that at all because they're just this throwing everybody in the ring well aside from the candidates which we can talk about. What about the party is a whole Democratic Party is a whole just yeah interesting? I think they stand for the important issues. What I consider the important issues is what what issues are the most in line with the Democratic Party healthcare? I I really think. Universal health care is important. I would like to see some form of education reform. I would love to see lobbying lobbying just completely done away with anyone else when you vote for Democrats. What makes you vote for them? I I tend to think did they are more. They're more for the people than the put. The common people. The people vet are working people. That aren't rich. The people who don't own businesses whereas the Republican Party just seems to it always be concerned about the wealthy. You know that so is it and then who here is definitely gonNA vote for the Democratic candidate. Whoever the Democratic candidates in my research I I even though only one person said she was considering voting for trump no one would commit to voting for the Democratic candidate? No matter who wins the nomination who here would vote for Braga Obama again. If he was running again I probably would. So that's That's almost everyone except okay. That's good just trying to get all these down. Is there a chance of that. What's it's most important to you like if you could build a dream Democratic candidate what kind of qualities would you be looking at question them being racist or not integrity? Yeah I was just GonNa say that. Yeah this is important. I would like a focus campaign not a pro empty promise campaign not a I have one hundred fifty things on my listen I wanNA do for you. How do you focus on five important issues? A Tommy how you're going to achieve them because to me. That's I think something that. Every single one of our presidential candidates candidate has done wrong. In the past I would vote for who ever ran a decent campaign. I am so tired of listening to people bad mouth each other and it just really seems like that's all they do and I'm not just talking about Democrats. I'm talking about politicians across the board. I don't understand politics as a whole for my thirty years of being out of high school by Focus was on was raising. My son is autistic. So but I know I have no understanding what they need to. We do have an understanding class with those who don't understand. They can get better election going on because I would love to be in. Politics is to see was not the see the now I wouldn't know w parts of it I don't understand it I just turn it off someone else. That last comment stayed with me after the conversation was over. It's not that she doesn't care about politics or government she just doesn't understand the issues or the debate around the issues and that's pretty common with a a lot of voters who were too busy working and raising kids to follow politics or figure out what new source they can trust. There was plenty of frustration and disappointment with trump in that Pennsylvania. Menu Focus Group but in order to win their support. Democrats need to somehow breakthrough all the noise and nastiness corruption that these voters see coming out of Washington. It's also true that the more Democrats can tie trump and Republican politicians to the mess in DC. The better chance they'll have to present an alternative vision of politics according to David Puff Barack Obama's campaign manager Democrats have such an opportunity in the Maine Senate race or longtime Republican incumbent. Susan in Collins is up in two thousand twenty you know I think Collins obviously someone who's been immensely popular people didn't see her as a politician. She's lost all that and and so I think there's a decent chance to beat her. I think it will require you. Know the Democratic candidate for Senate holding on to basically all the vote are Democratic presidential candidate it gets in Portland and the suburbs in the southern part of the state you know I think. She's a super tempting target. There is no path to a democratic majority in the Senate meant. That doesn't run through main full stop. That's Lisa Roberts. The chair of the main Democratic Party and she's got a lot to say about this. Susan Collins was first first elected in one thousand nine hundred ninety six twenty fourteen. She won with nearly seventy percent of the statewide vote. And that means that a large number of Democrats voted wooded for her in fact. If you went out and pull Democrats you'd probably find a large number of them who voted for her. Not just once but twice or multiple times but who she was then is not who she is now and that is why it matters so much. She has a track record especially since two thousand sixteen of saying one thing and doing another. She has told us for decades that she is pro choice yet. She voted for Brett Cavanaugh. And she's she's helped. Donald Trump appoint thirty two antiabortion judges. Roughly half of miners have a pre existing condition and that means that she would have left all of us out on the street wind. She voted to Gut the ACS voted to do almost a dozen times. Mainers won't select the Democratic candidate to face collins until their primary in June but Lisa in the main Democrats are already building off their two thousand eighteen successes. Like electing Maine's first woman governor owner Janet Mills Electing Jared Golden in Mainz historically read second congressional district and taking control of the state legislature. We not only need to replicate what we did well in two thousand eighteen but we have to do it on steroids in twenty twenty. And so what we've done coming out at two thousand eighteen is. We've recognized that we need to like. I said earlier her meet people where they're at not only with the issues that we care about what but with our actual organizing program and so we've actually invested quite heavily in our digital infrastructure sure and developing a a distributed organizing model. And so what this really does is. It allows us to bring our trainings Directly into the living rooms in the homes of Democrats across the state especially in rural areas where. We can't realistically planned to put organizers on the ground and this is going to allow wow us to prepare people to go neighbor to neighbor block by block throughout their community and talk to the people that they already know and have existing relationships with about these issues and so we are not only deploying traditional field strategy. We're using new. Tactics and new tools and worked to bridge is the geographic divide. Because it's so important that we be on the ground early and we are talking to voters to determine what's going to be the most effective Messaging Strategy Organiz early Organiz everywhere and talk to everyone. Not just a few weeks before an election about a specific candidate but all year round about the issues issues people care about. That's the way to break. Through all the distrust and disappointment we heard in that Pennsylvania. Focus Group. That's what Lisa Roberts and the main Democrats are doing. And that's what Angela. aldus and Voice of Westmoreland or doing to our strategy is about you know building long-term sustainable political power and that it's hard work. It's not sexy. You don't swoop in and swoop out. You don't build long-term sustainable political power with expensive TV ad by you do it it by being there month in month out and so it is November middle of November in an odd year ear. And this weekend we are going camping.

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"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

"The thing politics and government that bothers me is when these people are making laws and decisions insist that affect so many people. I don't think they they think about the gravity city of how it's GonNa Affect People's lives. I think they make decisions callously and recklessly and and don't think about the effect of this have on the general population. Well it's it's politics. All it takes is all about like they do things to appeal to other people in politics so that they can get things all about waging leverage. It's not really about getting it's not about it's been about. They could care less what happens to the people the people that are affected. We can't unify and get things together. It's everybody's quarreling there in quarreling. Talk all the people are people and end friendship trump frame or you know right. I mean I'm to the point now. Where after like politics just as the hell out of me where I kind of have to detach from it in order to live a normal life because there's so much it's so diluted it's so mast is so ultimately I'm only getting half to store and him yes my one vote counts but it's like how much does it count? What sources do you trust the the most in the media I mean the reason why the news and the media exist is because it was supposed to form a well informed electorate and that was for people to learn about the issues? Learn about the people that you are going to vote in the office of whatever your local your National National Races and make that decision based on the information they provided. I don't believe we are always provided with the best information. I don't believe that we are always provided with nonbiased information the information they want us to handwrite. I and I'm a huge fan of overseas news. I would rather get my news from other countries then about our our politics. And what is going on in the world not just here in the world then then CNN or Fox Fox were MSNBC OR NBC or right. I mean this reliable. I don't we know anymore. What is your opinion of the Democratic Party too? Many yeah can't focus. Yeah there's no focus on that at all because they're just this throwing everybody in the ring well aside from the candidates which we can talk about. What about the party is a whole Democratic Party is a whole just yeah interesting? I think they stand for the important issues. What I consider the important issues is what what issues are the most in line with the Democratic Party healthcare? I I really think. Universal health care is important. I would like to see some form of education reform. I would love to see lobbying lobbying just completely done away with anyone else when you vote for Democrats. What makes you vote for them? I I tend to think did they are more. They're more for the people than the put. The common people. The people vet are working people. That aren't rich. The people who don't own businesses whereas the Republican Party just seems to it always be concerned about the wealthy. You know that so is it and then who here is definitely gonNA vote for the Democratic candidate. Whoever the Democratic candidates in my research I I even though only one person said she was considering voting for trump no one would commit to voting for the Democratic candidate? No matter who wins the nomination who here would vote for Braga Obama again. If he was running again I probably would. So that's That's almost everyone except okay. That's good just trying to get all these down. Is there a chance of that. What's it's most important to you like if you could build a dream Democratic candidate what kind of qualities would you be looking at question them being racist or not integrity? Yeah I was just GonNa say that. Yeah this is important. I would like a focus campaign not a pro empty promise campaign not a I have one hundred fifty things on my listen I wanNA do for you. How do you focus on five important issues? A Tommy how you're going to achieve them because to me. That's I think something that. Every single one of our presidential candidates candidate has done wrong. In the past I would vote for who ever ran a decent campaign. I am so tired of listening to people bad mouth each other and it just really seems like that's all they do and I'm not just talking about Democrats. I'm talking about politicians across the board. I don't understand politics as a whole for my thirty years of being out of high school by Focus was on was raising. My son is autistic. So but I know I have no understanding what they need to. We do have an understanding class with those who don't understand. They can get better election going on because I would love to be in. Politics is to see was not the see the now I wouldn't know w parts of it I don't understand it I just turn it off someone else. That last comment stayed with me after the conversation was over. It's not that she doesn't care about politics or government she just doesn't understand the issues or the debate around the issues and that's pretty common with a a lot of voters who were too busy working and raising kids to follow politics or figure out what new source they can trust. There was plenty of frustration and disappointment with trump in that Pennsylvania. Menu Focus Group but in order to win their support. Democrats need to somehow breakthrough all the noise and nastiness corruption that these voters see coming out of Washington. It's also true that the more Democrats can tie trump and Republican politicians to the mess in DC. The better chance they'll have to present an alternative vision of politics according to David Puff Barack Obama's campaign manager Democrats have such an opportunity in the Maine Senate race or longtime Republican incumbent. Susan in Collins is up in two thousand twenty you know I think Collins obviously someone who's been immensely popular people didn't see her as a politician. She's lost all that and and so I think there's a decent chance to beat her. I think it will require you. Know the Democratic candidate for Senate holding on to basically all the vote are Democratic presidential candidate it gets in Portland and the suburbs in the southern part of the state you know I think. She's a super tempting target. There is no path to a democratic majority in the Senate meant. That doesn't run through main full stop. That's Lisa Roberts. The chair of the main Democratic Party and she's got a lot to say about this. Susan Collins was first first elected in one thousand nine hundred ninety six twenty fourteen. She won with nearly seventy percent of the statewide vote. And that means that a large number of Democrats voted wooded for her in fact. If you went out and pull Democrats you'd probably find a large number of them who voted for her. Not just once but twice or multiple times but who she was then is not who she is now and that is why it matters so much. She has a track record especially since two thousand sixteen of saying one thing and doing another. She has told us for decades that she is pro choice yet. She voted for Brett Cavanaugh. And she's she's helped. Donald Trump appoint thirty two antiabortion judges. Roughly half of miners have a pre existing condition and that means that she would have left all of us out on the street wind. She voted to Gut the ACS voted to do almost a dozen times. Mainers won't select the Democratic candidate to face collins until their primary in June but Lisa in the main Democrats are already building off their two thousand eighteen successes. Like electing Maine's first woman governor owner Janet Mills Electing Jared Golden in Mainz historically read second congressional district and taking control of the state legislature. We not only need to replicate what we did well in two thousand eighteen but we have to do it on steroids in twenty twenty. And so what we've done coming out at two thousand eighteen is. We've recognized that we need to like. I said earlier her meet people where they're at not only with the issues that we care about what but with our actual organizing program and so we've actually invested quite heavily in our digital infrastructure sure and developing a a distributed organizing model. And so what this really does is. It allows us to bring our trainings Directly into the living rooms in the homes of Democrats across the state especially in rural areas where. We can't realistically planned to put organizers on the ground and this is going to allow wow us to prepare people to go neighbor to neighbor block by block throughout their community and talk to the people that they already know and have existing relationships with about these issues and so we are not only deploying traditional field strategy. We're using new. Tactics and new tools and worked to bridge is the geographic divide. Because it's so important that we be on the ground early and we are talking to voters to determine what's going to be the most effective Messaging Strategy Organiz early Organiz everywhere and talk to everyone. Not just a few weeks before an election about a specific candidate but all year round about the issues issues people care about. That's the way to break. Through all the distrust and disappointment we heard in that Pennsylvania. Focus Group. That's what Lisa Roberts and the main Democrats are doing. And that's what Angela. aldus and Voice of Westmoreland or doing to our strategy is about you know building long-term sustainable political power and that it's hard work. It's not sexy. You don't swoop in and swoop out. You don't build long-term sustainable political power with expensive TV ad by you do it it by being there month in month out and so it is November middle of November in an odd year ear. And this weekend we are going camping.

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The Wilderness

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

"Saw those six women on a street corner. They're protesting the Muslim ban. And that's when she got to work we knew that like this wasn't GonNa be easy and we knew that for like this wasn't ah our training our background how to organize something how to do this. And so every week we would listen to these lectures from Harvard. Unlike the history of organizing conniving and movement building and people built power independent political power insulate listening to these lectures every week during the early weeks of February nineteen sixty. The demonstrations that came to be called the sit in movement exploded across without. You could see the history of movement building the history books you just hear. Oh Rosa Parks decided one day to sit down and then look at what happened and then they were sitting no like there was like a year of planning and strategy and work that that went before that building in organizing your community and if we really want to be serious we know that this is hard work. These are not communities where you're going to just buy a TV ad had win an election. Look these are long sustained. Conversations long sustained relationships. Angela thought about the lesson. She learned in Wisconsin in anew that effective organizing isn't just about showing up and being heard it requires a strategy and a message that's tailored to the audience. You're trying to persuade like even something as simple as our name Lake every other group. That was springing up was like resistance and you know revolt and indivisible Zabol and whatever and we're like I can just imagine if we were to to go door to door and knock and talk to our neighbors and you say hi Angela and I'm with resistance. Whatever like that immediately SHEFA conversation? What if they voted for it also just seemed like what are you for and so we very purposely? Yeah let's do voice for people who are tired of the voice not making a difference of their voice not being heard most of our actions at the beginning were centered around healthcare care. I mean it was an issue that you could talk about with anybody and almost everybody was upset. You're told that there's this political divide and there's red and there's blue and nobody can ever agree but when you were able to talk about something like health care you can have a real conversation talk about that. Never forget one. The first canvas be dead the secondary knocked. It was just a it was like listening canvas to talk to people about healthcare. The woman mmediately mmediately said like. I don't WanNa talk to you. I voted for trump. And I don't WanNa be talked out of it and instead of just walking away we started talking. I said well I'm just out here today because the scared I have mass. My medicine costs eight thousand dollars a month. And I don't know what I'd do without insurance and so we slowly started talking. We ended talking for fifteen minutes and turns out. She's terrified about the cost of drugs to she thinks it's corrupt and she feels like politicians care more about the drug companies the news than they do about us and by the end of it she she likes thanked me for going out there. He's a cool. Thank you for the work you're doing. We just talked to humans and we got to see that like it's not awesome Bam Democrat. Republican is us and van like the people vs the very powerful few. All of this work helped prepare Angela. And Voice of Westmoreland for a huge opportunity. They weren't expecting in twenty seventeen. The Republican congressman who had represented ended their district for more than a decade resigned in scandal and a young green and former prosecutor named conner lamb stepped up to run. It's a district that trump won by twenty points. But the kind the Democrats needed to flip in order to win back a state like Pennsylvania. Needless to say we all had a lot of hope riding on this congressional national race. That could be a harbinger of elections to calm this the race between Democrat Connor Lamb and Republican Rix Cohn has been neck and looks like he has an actual chance. It could be a blueprint to fight every single contested seat everywhere in the country lamb supporters. Hope A win will put Washington on notes and they said you know that if you can flip flip this district. This could be the beginning of the blue wave like doll this anger and this you know people being upset about trump is what does it actually mean what happens if we really channel. I'm just how angry we are at the Republican control and the way that the country is going what happens if we do real work and flip this and that was amazing to to me. It was so cool to see how people were willing to to do the scary thing and then we did a lot of work. We'd knocked a lot of doors. We had campuses every weekend and and And phone banks. My daughter was with me. She was three at the time and she had canvassed a lot with me wearing a little lamb costume. He had canvassed so so much that she started with her doll. Houses to like act out canvassing. Most girls play like dress up or princess or something and we would play canvas seem so she was there election-night wearing her lamb outfit. We were ultimately able to help. Be a part of of. What one congressman lamb? The Democrat was able to win that seat in the special election. have an apparent winner in the special election. Connor lamb the Democrat. NBC News is declaring and I and it was really cool because what the campaign had projected that they could do in West Moorland. We over performed did four percent better than they thought we could but showed showed the power of knocking doors and having conversations not just sitting out because your areas deemed homeless. And if nothing else we knew that you've worked as hard as we could doesn't get more inspiring than that. Does it in two thousand Eighteen Angela and voice of Westmorland and millions of others just like them show Democrats how to organize nine in win even in the heart of trump country. It wasn't easy. It took a lot of time and effort. It took a lot of strategy and discipline and it took plenty any conversations with people who didn't necessarily agree with all of their politics so they didn't talk about resisting and they didn't always talk about trump they talked about their lives and their families and their worries and their hopes and it worked. It worked now. The question is will it work in twenty twenty they will angela and her fellow organizers able to flip their state when Donald Trump himself as what kind of hard conversations with Pennsylvania voters will that require We'll find.

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"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

"Saw those six women on a street corner. They're protesting the Muslim ban. And that's when she got to work we knew that like this wasn't GonNa be easy and we knew that for like this wasn't ah our training our background how to organize something how to do this. And so every week we would listen to these lectures from Harvard. Unlike the history of organizing conniving and movement building and people built power independent political power insulate listening to these lectures every week during the early weeks of February nineteen sixty. The demonstrations that came to be called the sit in movement exploded across without. You could see the history of movement building the history books you just hear. Oh Rosa Parks decided one day to sit down and then look at what happened and then they were sitting no like there was like a year of planning and strategy and work that that went before that building in organizing your community and if we really want to be serious we know that this is hard work. These are not communities where you're going to just buy a TV ad had win an election. Look these are long sustained. Conversations long sustained relationships. Angela thought about the lesson. She learned in Wisconsin in anew that effective organizing isn't just about showing up and being heard it requires a strategy and a message that's tailored to the audience. You're trying to persuade like even something as simple as our name Lake every other group. That was springing up was like resistance and you know revolt and indivisible Zabol and whatever and we're like I can just imagine if we were to to go door to door and knock and talk to our neighbors and you say hi Angela and I'm with resistance. Whatever like that immediately SHEFA conversation? What if they voted for it also just seemed like what are you for and so we very purposely? Yeah let's do voice for people who are tired of the voice not making a difference of their voice not being heard most of our actions at the beginning were centered around healthcare care. I mean it was an issue that you could talk about with anybody and almost everybody was upset. You're told that there's this political divide and there's red and there's blue and nobody can ever agree but when you were able to talk about something like health care you can have a real conversation talk about that. Never forget one. The first canvas be dead the secondary knocked. It was just a it was like listening canvas to talk to people about healthcare. The woman mmediately mmediately said like. I don't WanNa talk to you. I voted for trump. And I don't WanNa be talked out of it and instead of just walking away we started talking. I said well I'm just out here today because the scared I have mass. My medicine costs eight thousand dollars a month. And I don't know what I'd do without insurance and so we slowly started talking. We ended talking for fifteen minutes and turns out. She's terrified about the cost of drugs to she thinks it's corrupt and she feels like politicians care more about the drug companies the news than they do about us and by the end of it she she likes thanked me for going out there. He's a cool. Thank you for the work you're doing. We just talked to humans and we got to see that like it's not awesome Bam Democrat. Republican is us and van like the people vs the very powerful few. All of this work helped prepare Angela. And Voice of Westmoreland for a huge opportunity. They weren't expecting in twenty seventeen. The Republican congressman who had represented ended their district for more than a decade resigned in scandal and a young green and former prosecutor named conner lamb stepped up to run. It's a district that trump won by twenty points. But the kind the Democrats needed to flip in order to win back a state like Pennsylvania. Needless to say we all had a lot of hope riding on this congressional national race. That could be a harbinger of elections to calm this the race between Democrat Connor Lamb and Republican Rix Cohn has been neck and looks like he has an actual chance. It could be a blueprint to fight every single contested seat everywhere in the country lamb supporters. Hope A win will put Washington on notes and they said you know that if you can flip flip this district. This could be the beginning of the blue wave like doll this anger and this you know people being upset about trump is what does it actually mean what happens if we really channel. I'm just how angry we are at the Republican control and the way that the country is going what happens if we do real work and flip this and that was amazing to to me. It was so cool to see how people were willing to to do the scary thing and then we did a lot of work. We'd knocked a lot of doors. We had campuses every weekend and and And phone banks. My daughter was with me. She was three at the time and she had canvassed a lot with me wearing a little lamb costume. He had canvassed so so much that she started with her doll. Houses to like act out canvassing. Most girls play like dress up or princess or something and we would play canvas seem so she was there election-night wearing her lamb outfit. We were ultimately able to help. Be a part of of. What one congressman lamb? The Democrat was able to win that seat in the special election. have an apparent winner in the special election. Connor lamb the Democrat. NBC News is declaring and I and it was really cool because what the campaign had projected that they could do in West Moorland. We over performed did four percent better than they thought we could but showed showed the power of knocking doors and having conversations not just sitting out because your areas deemed homeless. And if nothing else we knew that you've worked as hard as we could doesn't get more inspiring than that. Does it in two thousand Eighteen Angela and voice of Westmorland and millions of others just like them show Democrats how to organize nine in win even in the heart of trump country. It wasn't easy. It took a lot of time and effort. It took a lot of strategy and discipline and it took plenty any conversations with people who didn't necessarily agree with all of their politics so they didn't talk about resisting and they didn't always talk about trump they talked about their lives and their families and their worries and their hopes and it worked. It worked now. The question is will it work in twenty twenty they will angela and her fellow organizers able to flip their state when Donald Trump himself as what kind of hard conversations with Pennsylvania voters will that require We'll find.

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"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

"Saw those six women on a street corner. They're protesting the Muslim ban. And that's when she got to work we knew that like this wasn't GonNa be easy and we knew that for like this wasn't ah our training our background how to organize something how to do this. And so every week we would listen to these lectures from Harvard. Unlike the history of organizing conniving and movement building and people built power independent political power insulate listening to these lectures every week during the early weeks of February nineteen sixty. The demonstrations that came to be called the sit in movement exploded across without. You could see the history of movement building the history books you just hear. Oh Rosa Parks decided one day to sit down and then look at what happened and then they were sitting no like there was like a year of planning and strategy and work that that went before that building in organizing your community and if we really want to be serious we know that this is hard work. These are not communities where you're going to just buy a TV ad had win an election. Look these are long sustained. Conversations long sustained relationships. Angela thought about the lesson. She learned in Wisconsin in anew that effective organizing isn't just about showing up and being heard it requires a strategy and a message that's tailored to the audience. You're trying to persuade like even something as simple as our name Lake every other group. That was springing up was like resistance and you know revolt and indivisible Zabol and whatever and we're like I can just imagine if we were to to go door to door and knock and talk to our neighbors and you say hi Angela and I'm with resistance. Whatever like that immediately SHEFA conversation? What if they voted for it also just seemed like what are you for and so we very purposely? Yeah let's do voice for people who are tired of the voice not making a difference of their voice not being heard most of our actions at the beginning were centered around healthcare care. I mean it was an issue that you could talk about with anybody and almost everybody was upset. You're told that there's this political divide and there's red and there's blue and nobody can ever agree but when you were able to talk about something like health care you can have a real conversation talk about that. Never forget one. The first canvas be dead the secondary knocked. It was just a it was like listening canvas to talk to people about healthcare. The woman mmediately mmediately said like. I don't WanNa talk to you. I voted for trump. And I don't WanNa be talked out of it and instead of just walking away we started talking. I said well I'm just out here today because the scared I have mass. My medicine costs eight thousand dollars a month. And I don't know what I'd do without insurance and so we slowly started talking. We ended talking for fifteen minutes and turns out. She's terrified about the cost of drugs to she thinks it's corrupt and she feels like politicians care more about the drug companies the news than they do about us and by the end of it she she likes thanked me for going out there. He's a cool. Thank you for the work you're doing. We just talked to humans and we got to see that like it's not awesome Bam Democrat. Republican is us and van like the people vs the very powerful few. All of this work helped prepare Angela. And Voice of Westmoreland for a huge opportunity. They weren't expecting in twenty seventeen. The Republican congressman who had represented ended their district for more than a decade resigned in scandal and a young green and former prosecutor named conner lamb stepped up to run. It's a district that trump won by twenty points. But the kind the Democrats needed to flip in order to win back a state like Pennsylvania. Needless to say we all had a lot of hope riding on this congressional national race. That could be a harbinger of elections to calm this the race between Democrat Connor Lamb and Republican Rix Cohn has been neck and looks like he has an actual chance. It could be a blueprint to fight every single contested seat everywhere in the country lamb supporters. Hope A win will put Washington on notes and they said you know that if you can flip flip this district. This could be the beginning of the blue wave like doll this anger and this you know people being upset about trump is what does it actually mean what happens if we really channel. I'm just how angry we are at the Republican control and the way that the country is going what happens if we do real work and flip this and that was amazing to to me. It was so cool to see how people were willing to to do the scary thing and then we did a lot of work. We'd knocked a lot of doors. We had campuses every weekend and and And phone banks. My daughter was with me. She was three at the time and she had canvassed a lot with me wearing a little lamb costume. He had canvassed so so much that she started with her doll. Houses to like act out canvassing. Most girls play like dress up or princess or something and we would play canvas seem so she was there election-night wearing her lamb outfit. We were ultimately able to help. Be a part of of. What one congressman lamb? The Democrat was able to win that seat in the special election. have an apparent winner in the special election. Connor lamb the Democrat. NBC News is declaring and I and it was really cool because what the campaign had projected that they could do in West Moorland. We over performed did four percent better than they thought we could but showed showed the power of knocking doors and having conversations not just sitting out because your areas deemed homeless. And if nothing else we knew that you've worked as hard as we could doesn't get more inspiring than that. Does it in two thousand Eighteen Angela and voice of Westmorland and millions of others just like them show Democrats how to organize nine in win even in the heart of trump country. It wasn't easy. It took a lot of time and effort. It took a lot of strategy and discipline and it took plenty any conversations with people who didn't necessarily agree with all of their politics so they didn't talk about resisting and they didn't always talk about trump they talked about their lives and their families and their worries and their hopes and it worked. It worked now. The question is will it work in twenty twenty they will angela and her fellow organizers able to flip their state when Donald Trump himself as what kind of hard conversations with Pennsylvania voters will that require We'll find.

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"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

"The wilderness is presented by honey. There were trump signs everywhere trump banners like huge banners flying. My neighbor's house across the street so many times during that election I thought well the banner will come down now like you know. They had four girls that was like after he brags about grabbing women by the pussy mouth. Banner will come down. Obviously they never did none of them ever did. We just have more and more trump signs come up Angela. aldus lives outside. Pittsburgh and Westmoreland County Pennsylvania a place that Donald Trump won by thirty one points points in an election where he carried the state by a little more than forty four thousand votes. He was the first Republican to do so in nearly three decades the day the The inauguration was really rough Donald John Trump do solemnly swear and the next day's theme the Women's in smart. I didn't go. I had a newborn was inspiring inspiring to see that but the also immediately I just had this cynicism off like what if none of that matters. What if these people aren't going to do any work afterwards is to actually make a difference to get him out of office lucky for us? Angela didn't give into that. Cynicism a few months slater she and some other women in her community started. A group called Voice of Westmoreland. We'll hear more about their organizing and activism in a bit. What's important to offer now? Is that our journey out of the Wilderness begins in places like Westmoreland county with people like Angela Aldus over the next few episodes. We'll spend time all over the country with swing voters and occasional voters. First Time voters all of whom could get Democrats over the finish line in November. But I wanted to start here with the organizers and volunteers whose energy enthusiasm will put that victory within reach. The people who've responded to two thousand sixteen by throwing themselves into the hard work of citizenship and most of them are women the year of the woman women across this nation smashed barriers in this year's historic midterm election the crucial Philly suburbs female voters. Driving the agenda heading into twenty twenty. Lots and lots of women are acting one step further. What they did before here in the northeast like other midterm battlegrounds women organizers activists and voters swept women candidates into power up and down the ticket? None of us ran to make history. We ran to make change however the historical significance of this evening is not lost on me in Pennsylvania alone a state that had an all. Male congressional delegations twenty fourteen. A record eight women ran for the House and half of them one for the first time ever not one but four women were elected to Congress from Pennsylvania today the road to two hundred seventy electoral votes and fifty one senate seats. It's starts in this. Traditionally Democratic region of the United States Pennsylvania is the most likely trump state to turn blue. Main is where a number of democratic women are running owning to defeat Susan Collins who seat we need to flip the Senate and in New Hampshire Democrats will have to defend the state's four electoral votes and Jeanne Shaheen Senate seat from an onslaught of Republican. Spending women are on the frontlines of all these fights and in this episode. We'll find out why in learn more about their battle plan plan for twenty twenty then to get a better sense of. What these organizers are hearing when they talk to potential Democratic voters I sat down with some myself what issues voters care about what pisses them off about politics? In what will motivate them to cast their ballot for Democrat in twenty twenty. I'm John Favalora. Welcome to the Wilderness. The interval between twenty sixteen in two thousand eighteen created what we political scientists call a political opportunity structure that sort of hit the Democrats over the head like a two by four. That's Feta Scotch Rajpal a familiar voice from last season and a professor of government and sociology at Harvard University. It told them that instead of contacting Washington or worrying about national politics they had to organize in districts and in states and for Congressional elections after the November twenty. Sixteen out. Calm Tom. It was a matter of less than a week. Citizen started organizing all over the United States. Feeds research found similarities between this organizing. And the kind find it happened after the two thousand eight election ultimately our research shows that voluntary groups of citizens determined to fight back against the trump presidency on the republican agenda that it was going further formed in just as many places across the United States is tea. Parties formed eight years earlier to oppose Barack Barack Obama's presidency and the Democrats today in Pennsylvania. Resistance groups can be found in fifty two of the states sixty seven counties. They activated citizens in many districts and states where Democrats had not really been very energetic in two thousand sixteen by I twenty eighteen they were generating unprecedented number of people willing to run for office at the state and local as well as national level for Congress and they helped to fuel fuel a huge turnout in two thousand eighteen that I think was responsible for the blue wave we saw and those groups were mostly led by older white women woman. This isn't the first time that women have led a progressive movement is where reminded by another familiar voice. I'm Rebecca trickster. I am a writer at large at New York magazine. Gene and I'm the author of good and bad which is a book about the political potency of women's anger in the contemporary democratic parties. Since the mid sixties ace that parties footsoldiers the people who've always done the work of voter registration and turnout get out the vote who've done that organizing the volunteering have always been women. It's been women of color. White women have been split as demographic a majority of white women have voted for Conservative politicians letitia for Republican candidates. Going back as long as they've been keeping track but after Donald Trump is elected over Hillary Clinton something sort of breaks and a lot of you. Rebecca explains how a lot of white women experienced a kind of political awakening and transformation because of two thousand sixteen the stories. We like to tell ourselves in this country about an equity inequities in our past right. Yes the country's systems were built around slavery but slavery was abolished and yes there was segregation but that was fixed during the civil rights movement. And yes it's true that women were not allowed to vote and denied civic and sexual rights and opportunities but you know that was fixed of the women's movement and so if you are comfortable enough to believe the flattering version of the story of America. Then there's not a sense of like urgency and emergency to your involvement. It's exactly those attitudes that permitted so many people to Donald trump would never be elected. This couldn't happen in the United States dates and then it happened and what what it did was shock. A population awake and part of that population is the white suburban middle class women mm-hmm and a lot of what I have seen over the past couple of years has been this transformation in so many of these women lots of them use language like I came out of the closet as a Democrat there suddenly finding their real identity finding real friends because they got to weaken and engaged in political activism and that organizing stems from Dissatisfaction fury a desire to change the way our political system works. What we've seen is the sleeping giant and women's electoral power simply come to life and come roaring for Republican Party? That has had a war on women for apparently just exactly two long Heather Maggie past president and distinguished senior fellow at the liberal think tank demos and demos action eighty one percent of women who voted in the two thousand eighteen. Eighteen midterms said that it was important to elect more women to public office. There is a vision thwarted vision of women's leadership and sort of gross display of what toxic masculinity in the halls of power can do right. We have a serial sexual assaulter in the White.

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"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

"The wilderness is presented by honey. There were trump signs everywhere trump banners like huge banners flying. My neighbor's house across the street so many times during that election I thought well the banner will come down now like you know. They had four girls that was like after he brags about grabbing women by the pussy mouth. Banner will come down. Obviously they never did none of them ever did. We just have more and more trump signs come up Angela. aldus lives outside. Pittsburgh and Westmoreland County Pennsylvania a place that Donald Trump won by thirty one points points in an election where he carried the state by a little more than forty four thousand votes. He was the first Republican to do so in nearly three decades the day the The inauguration was really rough Donald John Trump do solemnly swear and the next day's theme the Women's in smart. I didn't go. I had a newborn was inspiring inspiring to see that but the also immediately I just had this cynicism off like what if none of that matters. What if these people aren't going to do any work afterwards is to actually make a difference to get him out of office lucky for us? Angela didn't give into that. Cynicism a few months slater she and some other women in her community started. A group called Voice of Westmoreland. We'll hear more about their organizing and activism in a bit. What's important to offer now? Is that our journey out of the Wilderness begins in places like Westmoreland county with people like Angela Aldus over the next few episodes. We'll spend time all over the country with swing voters and occasional voters. First Time voters all of whom could get Democrats over the finish line in November. But I wanted to start here with the organizers and volunteers whose energy enthusiasm will put that victory within reach. The people who've responded to two thousand sixteen by throwing themselves into the hard work of citizenship and most of them are women the year of the woman women across this nation smashed barriers in this year's historic midterm election the crucial Philly suburbs female voters. Driving the agenda heading into twenty twenty. Lots and lots of women are acting one step further. What they did before here in the northeast like other midterm battlegrounds women organizers activists and voters swept women candidates into power up and down the ticket? None of us ran to make history. We ran to make change however the historical significance of this evening is not lost on me in Pennsylvania alone a state that had an all. Male congressional delegations twenty fourteen. A record eight women ran for the House and half of them one for the first time ever not one but four women were elected to Congress from Pennsylvania today the road to two hundred seventy electoral votes and fifty one senate seats. It's starts in this. Traditionally Democratic region of the United States Pennsylvania is the most likely trump state to turn blue. Main is where a number of democratic women are running owning to defeat Susan Collins who seat we need to flip the Senate and in New Hampshire Democrats will have to defend the state's four electoral votes and Jeanne Shaheen Senate seat from an onslaught of Republican. Spending women are on the frontlines of all these fights and in this episode. We'll find out why in learn more about their battle plan plan for twenty twenty then to get a better sense of. What these organizers are hearing when they talk to potential Democratic voters I sat down with some myself what issues voters care about what pisses them off about politics? In what will motivate them to cast their ballot for Democrat in twenty twenty. I'm John Favalora. Welcome to the Wilderness. The interval between twenty sixteen in two thousand eighteen created what we political scientists call a political opportunity structure that sort of hit the Democrats over the head like a two by four. That's Feta Scotch Rajpal a familiar voice from last season and a professor of government and sociology at Harvard University. It told them that instead of contacting Washington or worrying about national politics they had to organize in districts and in states and for Congressional elections after the November twenty. Sixteen out. Calm Tom. It was a matter of less than a week. Citizen started organizing all over the United States. Feeds research found similarities between this organizing. And the kind find it happened after the two thousand eight election ultimately our research shows that voluntary groups of citizens determined to fight back against the trump presidency on the republican agenda that it was going further formed in just as many places across the United States is tea. Parties formed eight years earlier to oppose Barack Barack Obama's presidency and the Democrats today in Pennsylvania. Resistance groups can be found in fifty two of the states sixty seven counties. They activated citizens in many districts and states where Democrats had not really been very energetic in two thousand sixteen by I twenty eighteen they were generating unprecedented number of people willing to run for office at the state and local as well as national level for Congress and they helped to fuel fuel a huge turnout in two thousand eighteen that I think was responsible for the blue wave we saw and those groups were mostly led by older white women woman. This isn't the first time that women have led a progressive movement is where reminded by another familiar voice. I'm Rebecca trickster. I am a writer at large at New York magazine. Gene and I'm the author of good and bad which is a book about the political potency of women's anger in the contemporary democratic parties. Since the mid sixties ace that parties footsoldiers the people who've always done the work of voter registration and turnout get out the vote who've done that organizing the volunteering have always been women. It's been women of color. White women have been split as demographic a majority of white women have voted for Conservative politicians letitia for Republican candidates. Going back as long as they've been keeping track but after Donald Trump is elected over Hillary Clinton something sort of breaks and a lot of you. Rebecca explains how a lot of white women experienced a kind of political awakening and transformation because of two thousand sixteen the stories. We like to tell ourselves in this country about an equity inequities in our past right. Yes the country's systems were built around slavery but slavery was abolished and yes there was segregation but that was fixed during the civil rights movement. And yes it's true that women were not allowed to vote and denied civic and sexual rights and opportunities but you know that was fixed of the women's movement and so if you are comfortable enough to believe the flattering version of the story of America. Then there's not a sense of like urgency and emergency to your involvement. It's exactly those attitudes that permitted so many people to Donald trump would never be elected. This couldn't happen in the United States dates and then it happened and what what it did was shock. A population awake and part of that population is the white suburban middle class women mm-hmm and a lot of what I have seen over the past couple of years has been this transformation in so many of these women lots of them use language like I came out of the closet as a Democrat there suddenly finding their real identity finding real friends because they got to weaken and engaged in political activism and that organizing stems from Dissatisfaction fury a desire to change the way our political system works. What we've seen is the sleeping giant and women's electoral power simply come to life and come roaring for Republican Party? That has had a war on women for apparently just exactly two long Heather Maggie past president and distinguished senior fellow at the liberal think tank demos and demos action eighty one percent of women who voted in the two thousand eighteen. Eighteen midterms said that it was important to elect more women to public office. There is a vision thwarted vision of women's leadership and sort of gross display of what toxic masculinity in the halls of power can do right. We have a serial sexual assaulter in the White.

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"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

The Wilderness

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on The Wilderness

"The wilderness is presented by honey. There were trump signs everywhere trump banners like huge banners flying. My neighbor's house across the street so many times during that election I thought well the banner will come down now like you know. They had four girls that was like after he brags about grabbing women by the pussy mouth. Banner will come down. Obviously they never did none of them ever did. We just have more and more trump signs come up Angela. aldus lives outside. Pittsburgh and Westmoreland County Pennsylvania a place that Donald Trump won by thirty one points points in an election where he carried the state by a little more than forty four thousand votes. He was the first Republican to do so in nearly three decades the day the The inauguration was really rough Donald John Trump do solemnly swear and the next day's theme the Women's in smart. I didn't go. I had a newborn was inspiring inspiring to see that but the also immediately I just had this cynicism off like what if none of that matters. What if these people aren't going to do any work afterwards is to actually make a difference to get him out of office lucky for us? Angela didn't give into that. Cynicism a few months slater she and some other women in her community started. A group called Voice of Westmoreland. We'll hear more about their organizing and activism in a bit. What's important to offer now? Is that our journey out of the Wilderness begins in places like Westmoreland county with people like Angela Aldus over the next few episodes. We'll spend time all over the country with swing voters and occasional voters. First Time voters all of whom could get Democrats over the finish line in November. But I wanted to start here with the organizers and volunteers whose energy enthusiasm will put that victory within reach. The people who've responded to two thousand sixteen by throwing themselves into the hard work of citizenship and most of them are women the year of the woman women across this nation smashed barriers in this year's historic midterm election the crucial Philly suburbs female voters. Driving the agenda heading into twenty twenty. Lots and lots of women are acting one step further. What they did before here in the northeast like other midterm battlegrounds women organizers activists and voters swept women candidates into power up and down the ticket? None of us ran to make history. We ran to make change however the historical significance of this evening is not lost on me in Pennsylvania alone a state that had an all. Male congressional delegations twenty fourteen. A record eight women ran for the House and half of them one for the first time ever not one but four women were elected to Congress from Pennsylvania today the road to two hundred seventy electoral votes and fifty one senate seats. It's starts in this. Traditionally Democratic region of the United States Pennsylvania is the most likely trump state to turn blue. Main is where a number of democratic women are running owning to defeat Susan Collins who seat we need to flip the Senate and in New Hampshire Democrats will have to defend the state's four electoral votes and Jeanne Shaheen Senate seat from an onslaught of Republican. Spending women are on the frontlines of all these fights and in this episode. We'll find out why in learn more about their battle plan plan for twenty twenty then to get a better sense of. What these organizers are hearing when they talk to potential Democratic voters I sat down with some myself what issues voters care about what pisses them off about politics? In what will motivate them to cast their ballot for Democrat in twenty twenty. I'm John Favalora. Welcome to the Wilderness. The interval between twenty sixteen in two thousand eighteen created what we political scientists call a political opportunity structure that sort of hit the Democrats over the head like a two by four. That's Feta Scotch Rajpal a familiar voice from last season and a professor of government and sociology at Harvard University. It told them that instead of contacting Washington or worrying about national politics they had to organize in districts and in states and for Congressional elections after the November twenty. Sixteen out. Calm Tom. It was a matter of less than a week. Citizen started organizing all over the United States. Feeds research found similarities between this organizing. And the kind find it happened after the two thousand eight election ultimately our research shows that voluntary groups of citizens determined to fight back against the trump presidency on the republican agenda that it was going further formed in just as many places across the United States is tea. Parties formed eight years earlier to oppose Barack Barack Obama's presidency and the Democrats today in Pennsylvania. Resistance groups can be found in fifty two of the states sixty seven counties. They activated citizens in many districts and states where Democrats had not really been very energetic in two thousand sixteen by I twenty eighteen they were generating unprecedented number of people willing to run for office at the state and local as well as national level for Congress and they helped to fuel fuel a huge turnout in two thousand eighteen that I think was responsible for the blue wave we saw and those groups were mostly led by older white women woman. This isn't the first time that women have led a progressive movement is where reminded by another familiar voice. I'm Rebecca trickster. I am a writer at large at New York magazine. Gene and I'm the author of good and bad which is a book about the political potency of women's anger in the contemporary democratic parties. Since the mid sixties ace that parties footsoldiers the people who've always done the work of voter registration and turnout get out the vote who've done that organizing the volunteering have always been women. It's been women of color. White women have been split as demographic a majority of white women have voted for Conservative politicians letitia for Republican candidates. Going back as long as they've been keeping track but after Donald Trump is elected over Hillary Clinton something sort of breaks and a lot of you. Rebecca explains how a lot of white women experienced a kind of political awakening and transformation because of two thousand sixteen the stories. We like to tell ourselves in this country about an equity inequities in our past right. Yes the country's systems were built around slavery but slavery was abolished and yes there was segregation but that was fixed during the civil rights movement. And yes it's true that women were not allowed to vote and denied civic and sexual rights and opportunities but you know that was fixed of the women's movement and so if you are comfortable enough to believe the flattering version of the story of America. Then there's not a sense of like urgency and emergency to your involvement. It's exactly those attitudes that permitted so many people to Donald trump would never be elected. This couldn't happen in the United States dates and then it happened and what what it did was shock. A population awake and part of that population is the white suburban middle class women mm-hmm and a lot of what I have seen over the past couple of years has been this transformation in so many of these women lots of them use language like I came out of the closet as a Democrat there suddenly finding their real identity finding real friends because they got to weaken and engaged in political activism and that organizing stems from Dissatisfaction fury a desire to change the way our political system works. What we've seen is the sleeping giant and women's electoral power simply come to life and come roaring for Republican Party? That has had a war on women for apparently just exactly two long Heather Maggie past president and distinguished senior fellow at the liberal think tank demos and demos action eighty one percent of women who voted in the two thousand eighteen. Eighteen midterms said that it was important to elect more women to public office. There is a vision thwarted vision of women's leadership and sort of gross display of what toxic masculinity in the halls of power can do right. We have a serial sexual assaulter in the White.

Donald John Trump Pennsylvania United States Angela Aldus Westmoreland County Congress twenty twenty Angela. aldus Senate Barack Barack Obama Republican Party Westmoreland John Favalora Pittsburgh slater Susan Collins Philly
"northeast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"northeast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In the northeast meteorologist Allison Jim shore on store patrol the heaviest snow is going to be mainly focused across portions of the northeast going forward widespread amounts of about six to eight inches some spots could pick up over a foot of snow before the system finally and fifty million people are now under winter weather alerts in the U. S. Federal Aviation Administration a federal aviation officials that is this morning are looking into whether a snowstorm caused a single engine plane to crash in South Dakota yesterday afternoon shortly after take off nine of the twelve people on board died including the pilot and two children the plane departed chamberlain about a hundred forty miles west of Sioux falls and was bound for Idaho falls Idaho the area was under a winter storm warning at the time of the crash a mass shooting this morning in New Orleans says correspondent Pat Piper lycee eleven people were injured in the French Quarter their conditions remain unknown although one injured person was able to walk to a nearby hospital police to say an individual has been detained but their possible involvement remains under investigation the city was especially crowded this weekend as result of Saturday's football game between rivals Grambling state and Southern University police in Britain say the convicted terrorist to stab two people to death and wounded three others on the London Bridge Friday had been let out of prison in an automatic release program that means no agency was given the task of determining if twenty eight year old host mom com still held their radical views Eden braced when he was first imprisoned for protest today in Hong Kong is six months of demonstrations continue many in the city are demanding more democracy in the former British colony down under Chinese control and they want an investigation into the force used to suppress the demonstrations nine Christopher Cruz shop Macy's cyber Monday specials while they laugh like fifty five percent off diamond jewelry the perfect the price keep everyone because the this winter with fifty percent off code and sixty percent off Martha Stewart collection quilts and plan on spending plus get free shipping at twenty five dollars he tells me he's dot com slash free shipping and for more first check out Macy's star rewards you'll get benefits no matter how you pay that savings line up at Macy's today and tomorrow savings fell prices solutions of life traveling home for the holidays well with the Capital One venture card you earn unlimited double miles on any purchase you make today and every day and those miles out up to get you closer to that trip home every time you pump gas double miles every time you get your nails done total.

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"northeast" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"northeast" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The northeast police in california do not have to cooperate fully with us immigration officials bought the attorney general wants compliance the justice department has taken legal action against the state here's correspondent steve futterman attorney general sessions came to california with a message stop obstructing federal immigration laws cannot be that someone who illegally crosses the border is home free never to be remote like california officials were quick to respond with a message for the attorney general this is the time to build bridges not walls to pull americans together not said as support governor jerry brown called sessions actions a lawyer and a political stunt steve futterman cbs news los angeles president trump to sign an order on tariffs tomorrow affecting imported steel and aluminum that's according to the wall street journal seventeen first degree murder charges filed now against park land florida shooting suspect nicklaus crews correspondent bill rakoff a fort lauderdale grand jury returned the indictment against the nineteen year old for the massacre on valentine's day at stone men douglas high school that killed seventeen people and wounded sixteen more cruises lawyer has said that he would plead guilty of prosecutors take the death penalty off the table prosecutors have not announced a decision on that private sector jobs last month two hundred thirty five thousand added according to adp construction restaurants health care education and hotels all filled positions nasr's juno spacecraft found the jupiter has a deeper atmosphere of the first thought and around the polls there are geometric clusters of cyclones the dow lost eighty this is cbs news buffalo wild wings wings beer sports find a location at buffalo wild wings dot com.

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