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Fresh update on "pennsylvania" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Have the farmers. You know, you had people in the grocery stores bagging your groceries. There are people cleaning, disinfecting all the offices in the buildings around the state. So it's not only a humane thing to do. It's human rights. It's something that we deserve. It's a right. This has been proposed for 17 years. At the Statehouse, Cameron Regal WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio vice president, Connell Harris said to make her first visit to the U. S Mexico border Since taking office on Friday, White House Press secretary Jen Psaki, the vice president will travel to El Paso, Texas, on Friday. She will be accompanied by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alan the Orcas earlier this year. As you all know, the president asked the vice president to oversee our diplomatic efforts. To address the root causes of migration. This announcement coming after the vice president had received criticism from members of both parties for failing to go to the border, despite taking on a leading role in the Biden administration's response. To arise in migration. The Supreme Court making a ruling In a closely watched case involving free speech, the Supreme Court ruled of Pennsylvania Public School wrongly suspended a high school student from cheerleading over a profane social media post. Laurie Levenson is a Loyola law professor and former federal prosecutor. In this situation, there was no showing that what the cheerleader posted Had a substantial interference or disruption of a school program. The court ruled the school violated the girl's freedom of speech. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Fivethirtyeight We head off to Wall Street, Now, Andrew All day is at Bloomberg. Split picture for stocks today. Now lost. 71. NASDAQ Rose 18 record S and P fell five. So what makes a car an American car for the past 15 years cars. Com has sought to answer that question with an annual index using criteria such as where it's assembled, where the parts come from. And how many U. S jobs it generates, meaning that some years the most American car was one with a non American nameplate. This year, however, it's the Tesla Model three, the first electric to be dubbed the most American. Andrew wrote Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio Coming up on WBZ Diversified Spiderman shoots his Web. At the Vatican will explain coming up. You're not talking to yourself. Wow. You're telling your smart speaker to play WBZ NewsRadio on I heart radio. All.
Supreme Court Sides With Pennsylvania Cheerleader Over Snapchat Post
"Court with a big ruling today, siding with the high school cheerleader who is vulgar social media posts got her suspended from the squad. Andy Levy dropped a bunch of F bombs into a Snapchat post after she was cut from the varsity cheerleading squad, and she endured the wrath of her Pennsylvania High school. The school argued it needed to expand its discipline policy beyond campus in order to monitor and prevent cyber bullying. The Supreme Court agreed the school's regulatory interest remains significant in some off campus circumstances but side With Levi Justice, Breyer wrote for an 8 to 1 majority. Those interests were insufficient to overcome Levi's interest in free expression. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News New YORK Milwaukee Bucks
Fresh "Pennsylvania" from Atlanta's News & Talk with Mark Arum
"Inner loop is jamming out of Dunwoody 25 eastbound on the brakes from Ashford Dunwoody wrote. Finding no relief to pass East Monster Leon tripled in traffic. 95.5 WSB as we told you on Atlanta's morning news today, the sightings of bears on the increase in metro Atlanta There's been another one Today. This latest bear sighting was off gray field place in Sandy Springs. Caitlin Good with the Department of Natural Resources is moving. It's not hanging out in any one particular spot. Um, so that's good, she says. The bear weighing about £100 of just trying to get out of the city, she says. If you see a bear, and it has a safe escape route, you can make some noise and scare him off. Otherwise, just given the space he needs to find his way back into the woods. Sabrina, Cuba at 95.5, WSB. U S Supreme Court handed down two more noteworthy decisions today, one of them in favor of a former Pennsylvania cheerleader in a free speech case regarding a foul mouth, social media Post she made It was made off campus. The court found that the post did not warrant her suspension because it was off campus and another decision. The court ruled that farms in California can keep union organizers off private land in most cases that strikes down a state law that had been inspired by the labour hero Cesar Chavez. Michigan State Senate Republicans who invested that state's presidential election votes say there was no widespread or systematic fraud. The report out today urges the state attorney general, in fact, Consider investigating people who've made false allegations about results to raise money or publicity for their own ends. It is a good thing. Indiana Jones is old enough to qualify for Medicare. Harrison Ford gets hurt on said Disney says the 78 year old actor injured his shoulder while rehearsing a fight scene for a new Indiana Jones movie. The movie house says production of the fifth installment will continue while he gets treated for it first played the character in 1980 one's.
Justices Rule for Cursing Cheerleader Over Snapchat Post
"The Supreme Court ruled a public school in Pennsylvania wrongly suspended a cheerleader over a vulgar social media post the ruling was eight to one in favour brandy levy she did not make her school's varsity cheerleading team on Snapchat levy vented using curse words and a raised middle finger I was a fourteen year old kid I was upset I was angry everyone every fourteen year old kid speaks like that at one point levy was not in school at the time but was suspended from junior varsity cheerleading activities for year justice Stephen Bryer ruled the suspension violated Levi's first amendment rights young students and adults like me shouldn't be punished for them expressing their own feelings and letting others know how they feel but the justices did not rule out schools from disciplining students for what they say off campus at Donahue Washington
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"Services. You leave the charge in a competitive marketplace. Learn more at S E c. Com slash Sees change Saturday Advance of showers and thunderstorms High 85 Right now in Central Park skies are sunny temperature is at 73 degrees with the best ride in and out of the city. I'm in Kentucky Bloomberg 11 3 Bloomberg Sound on Continues. Everything seems to be in motion the macro clearly being proven by the coronavirus outbreak, But here the narrative is driven by uncertainty and your own solid ground Looking forward guiding you through all of this Bloomberg radio Bloomberg the world is listening 1 19 around the Globe, the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg radio dot com. This is Bloomberg's sound on with Joe Matthew being with us on Bloomberg Sound on as we walked through the stories from Washington that make news and move markets coming up, We'll look at the infrastructure debate. Slow crawl now on two separate paths and will assemble the panel for the latest on this and comments today from the White House and Capitol Hill. We've got both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue covered first, though. Let's check on the markets. Wall Street Here's Doug Prisoner. Hey, Joe. We are learning. The U. S. Is poised to bars some solar products manufactured in China's Xinjiang region. Now, this would be one of the biggest steps yet from the Biden administration. To counter alleged human rights abuses against the bigger Muslim minority in.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy Explains That Passing Legislation Isn't Always the Best Thing
"You're in the Senate. You watch this stuff going back and forth. I told you maybe many years ago that a dear friend of mine and a mentor Mind Senator Paul Laxalt on Nevada, Ronald Reagan's Putty. When I was a young man, I visited the Senate. I didn't know Senator Laxalt. He was nice enough to meet me. I mean, I was from Pennsylvania, not Nevada. But I was agreeing with the president or president. To be on the Panama Canal. And I wanted to meet Paul Laxalt because he was taking the lead on this and I sat with him. My father and I did and you must have given us 40 minutes. One of the things he said to me, Mike was every day This body meets, We lose a little bit of our liberty. That is stuck with me for 43 years. It's true, isn't it? Absolutely absolutely true. And it becomes more true mark every single day that passes when we as Americans are asked By the mainstream news media by the entertainment Industry and also by our academic establishment in America work as to accept this deeply flawed assumption. Passing legislation is in the abstract, a good thing, but it's an unmedicated. Good to pass things. We forget the fact that you know, passing something isn't always the right thing. And in fact, Lot of that time. It's just adding to the complexity of the law, which operates as a sort of subsidy. For the already wealthy and well connected. It's actually an impairment to liberty, and that's why the founding fathers made it very difficult to pass federal legislation and limited that further. By limiting the subject matter of what we could even legislate on. That's why I get very frustrated with people saying, Oh, the problem with Washington is that nothing can get done nothing to get past because of the spread lock. Mark. You don't get to be $28 Trillion in debt without a whole lot of
Fresh update on "pennsylvania" discussed on Gary and Shannon
"Services, withholding repairs or refusing to accept rent payments. The Supreme Court has ruled that a public school in Pennsylvania wrongly suspended a cheerleader over a vulgar social media post. The creator of the McAfee antivirus software, John McAfee, has been found dead in his cell in a jail near Barcelona. A Spanish court issued a preliminary ruling Earl Here today in favor of his extradition to the US to face tax related criminal charges were checking out some trouble on the 2 10. Next life is full of surprises. And one of the worst surprises you can experience in life is when you get into an accident, and you're injured..
Remains of Alaska Native Student to Be Returned to St. Paul
"The remains of an alaskan native student buried more than one hundred years ago. At the carlisle indian school in pennsylvania will return to alaska the us army starting the process to return the remains of ten native students buried at the school. According to a us army press release nine students from the rosebud sioux tribe and one student so fia titov is identified as valued so entered the school in nineteen hundred. One died in one thousand nine hundred six w itf reports. Sofia's remains will be returned to saint paul island. the school operated from eighteen. Seventy nine to nineteen eighteen.
Fresh update on "pennsylvania" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Maryland and Virginia, with so much displacement. And the ongoing closure of D. C route to 95 more on the eighth day of Golden. W T o P traffic, All right, Keep it here on w T o P. In other news, the Supreme Court is that with the decision in a closely watched free speech case involving a profane rant by a high school student, the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Pennsylvania Teenager Brandy Levy. She sued after a profane social media post cutter banished from her high school cheerleading squad. Me and my friend posted a Snapchat it said. F School of Cheer F softball of everything. I was really upset at a lot of things. In an 8 to 1 vote, the justices ruled the school district violated the girls free speech rights. The justices declined to endorse a lower court decision. At the First Amendment Free Speech guarantee prohibits public schools from regulating off campus speech. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Kimberly Robinson is a Supreme Court reporter for Bloomberg law. She joined us earlier to break down the ruling. This ruling is really piggybacking on a landmark ruling from the court in 1969, which said that schools generally can't prohibit speech on campus. The question here was whether or not they could do so off campus, and the court says, Well, maybe sometimes they can. Maybe not here. They couldn't because there were no real special justifications. Saying why it was that school administrators wanted to step in here. Kimberly Robinson of Bloomberg Law and the High Court also put limits on when police officers pursuing a suspect can enter a home without a warrant. The justices ruled when officers are going after someone suspected of a misdemeanor, they cannot always enter a home without a warrant if a suspect enters Lower court had ruled no warrant was needed in that type of situation. The Supreme Court had ruled in a previous case that police in hot pursuit of a suspect believed to have committed a felony did not need a warrant to go into a home for 35, a towering figure in Virginia politics, was praised by President Biden and others at his funeral today. Funeral for former Senator John Warner W. T. O P's Mitchell Miller today on the Hill, who's Who of the political world.
The Same mRNA Technology Used in COVID-19 Vaccines Could Help Treat Cancer
"And violence. Second Germany was originally working on. You don't get Let's say you hit a biopsy will take the cancer. They look at the surface proteins or little Like so little skeleton. He's on the surface of the cancer cells, and then they're going to create vaccine to attack those proteins on the surface of cancer cells. So then you'll get a vaccine. There's already one now that Being given from melanoma, for example, and that's helping prolong lives where you basically get a vaccine that creates antibodies that will target melanoma cells. But now with this RNA technology will have it for Lung cancer, pancreatic cancer, and that's all happening now, as uh, fortunately, scientists that Polish demographic woman who worked at the University of Pennsylvania people last time in the beginning And she's the one who's really the basis of all this and already technology and she's uh, basically clean and the future of fighting cancer than preventing just like we have for HPV. Humans have Aloma virus for young
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Fighting for Voter Reform
"Me ask you a question. This is, uh Actually very important and interesting question. The camera wealth of Pennsylvania, My home state. The legislature's Republican The Legislature wants to pass. Voting reform. Because of the way the Democrat Party Destroyed the voting system in the state of Pennsylvania. Both attacks on the state Supreme Court. It's hack governor. It's hack. Attorney general attack secretary of state and the rest of them. Now under our federal constitution. As you know, as we've talked about Endlessly. The state legislature. Not the state. Not all branches of the state. The state Legislature is specifically Granted the power To determine the means by which elections will be held to select electors. Excludes the courts. It excludes the executive branch. Now in Pennsylvania, particular, which I am familiar. As is my wife would litigate it up there. The opposite happened. You had a court on multiple occasions. Majority Democrat elected Their highest court was rewriting the state election loss. You had the executive branch, rewriting the state election laws through Guidance and directives to the counties. They have no constitutional authority to do any of that. So the state Legislature is trying to claw some of its power back and not deny people the right to vote to deny people who aren't supposed to vote the right to vote.
More Evidence Suggests COVID-19 Was in US by Christmas 2019
"A new study suggests that Kobe nineteen cases were in the United States weeks before health officials recognize them the first U. S. case a corona virus to be identified was a man from Washington state who returned from a trip to Wuhan China on January fifteenth a new study published in the journal clinical infectious diseases looked at blood samples from more than twenty four thousand people across the country collected in the first three months of twenty twenty the researchers found seven participants three from Illinois and one from Massachusetts Mississippi Pennsylvania and Wisconsin had evidence of coronavirus antibodies in their blood lead author Kerry all toft says one of the Illinois cases was affected as early as Christmas Eve some skepticism greeted the reports researchers said they use multiple types of test but some experts say can be difficult to distinguish between antibodies from different types of corona viruses the results do match a CDC study published in December of twenty twenty that suggests the corona viruses in the United States as early as December of twenty nineteen I'm Jennifer king
Finding Europe in America
"Says you have to actually go to europe to taste of the old world after all many american and canadian cities and towns were settled by european immigrants. Sometimes they tried to recreate a bit of what the new from the old country. Even if we can't go to europe we can discover benefit prayed here. In our hemisphere samantha. Brown hosts public television travel series places to love where she films from destinations. Both around the world in closer to home. She joins us today on travel. With rick steves to look at some of her favorite places to find a bit of europe. In america samantha. Thanks for joining us. Pleasure to be here rank. Boy know all i do is go to europe again and again and again but i really. There's a lot of europe hiding out here in the united states during covid lockdown times so we can't travel overseas like we'd like to but we can find little knockoffs here in the united states from all around the globe knockoffs because some of them are terrific kind of constructions and others are honest to goodness immigrant communities. That are still the way they were hundred and fifty years ago when they were there were settled just in my state washington. We've got leavenworth which is a famous little german. It's kind of a touristy. Gimmick but poulsbo is originally a norwegian town and its norwegian to this day and we have linden up by the canadian border which is a very dutch was settled by holland immigrants. What are your favorite slices of europe in america. Well one of my favorites is a city that i had gone to my entire life. My family Was brought up right outside of it and then after doing two years of europe came back to and it just hit me like a ton of bricks that this was a european city and that is philadelphia pennsylvania. It is by far the most for me. The most year of paean city in the united states and so then i started like do a deep dive like why is it so it was just a feeling i had like. Wow i just feel like. I'm in europe. And there were so many connections One of the main architects was an emigrant from leon france. He designed the ben. Franklin benjamin franklin parkway which is now. We're all the museums are lined. And he designed that off of the sean z z. and along this beautiful roadway parkway where they're abuse. There's the rodin museum. there's the philadelphia museum of art. Which has the largest collection of renoir in the world. Incredible and others rittenhouse square. They're all these not just pockets. Because i think you know there's places we'll talk about today the have pockets but this is a city that is just so of france and the best connection that i love about philadelphia is that it is also it has the most mural arts i think in the world and its sister city is leon so if you ever go to leeann france and the kuala rouge is where you see those phenomenal murals and that art that is available to all end. It's all over the city. That's what the to share so the city a definite of brotherly love is a great. If you want that. European and more specifically french you know kick
Sara Carter Says President Trump Shook up Washington
"I think what President Trump was able to do for the American public was actually by being the outsider was actually so. The corruption within within the bubble of Washington, D. C. And he did so by rattling their cages, right? I mean Washington, I mean, would literally shaken in its boots. When Trump became president. Remember that people were crying on election? Not any All of these journalists were alive. I was getting emails from people. Friends of my Yeah. Oh, yeah, yeah. Yeah, People were like you'll never believe what's going on behind the scenes. Panic has totally broken out behind the scenes. You know, it's great to see. Oh, awesome. Yeah, It was so awesome. I remember being in New York, you know? At the president's, um, celebration party, which you know, I think no one expected, uh, him to, you Know, win. And so I remember everybody was leaving to the Javits Center because all of these reporters except for the ones that were had to cover President Trump and I remember again how bummed out. They all were right. Like, Oh, man, we got to be here and Hillary is going to win. Hillary's going to win. Remember seeing their faces. And just watching the tears, flow and not of happiness. But when President Trump and his family walked out, Pennsylvania's called Wisconsin's called, You Know, We're standing in there in the hotel and look at the Hyatt. I'm trying to remember. I'm not really that good with that with that, remember where we're at in the ballroom that I just can't remember the name but I remember at the party at the Victory party. And I was just stunned. I'm like, Wait a minute. What's going on here? Because I've never seen this as a journalist
Ultimate Summer Pasta Salad Recipe
"Is my recipe for penny pasta with corn shrimp and avocado. So you're going to take one and a half cups of penny pasta. Penne pasta works really well with this. You know pasta. There's lots of different shapes. Obviously but penny works really well with this one pound of fresh shrimp cleaned one half of an avocado one cup of fresh corn. No if you can't get fresh frozen we'll do but fresh is available now so check it out. And if you're anywhere near pennsylvania check out our delicious fresh pennsylvania corn three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil one fresh lemon one clip of garlic parsley taste. So just about a small handful of fresh parsley. You're going to chop that up now. This ingredient is optional. A quarter cup of dry white wine. Salt to taste peppered its haste You're going to boil the water for the pasta when the water comes to a rolling boil at the pasta and cook it according to the directions on the box. I always tell everyone when you're buying dry pasta. Usually the the company that makes it knows exactly how many minutes that pasta should cook to be al dente. Of course you have to taste because not everyone's Electric ranges or gas ranges. Or whatever you using to cook this on are all the same so you know even though it gives you a time to cook the pasta. Make sure you taste the pasta before you take it out of the water but the pasta should be al dente. Cut the avocado into small cubes and place it in a dish. Of course you're going to appeal the avocado and take out the nut in the middle. Then you're going to cut it into small cubes. Place it in the dish. The lemon juice is squeezed. That on top of the avocado does not get brown. You're going to set that aside. Clean the shrimp plays two tablespoons of olive oil in a saute pan and Heat that then. You're going to place in the shrimp that has been puled in clean and saute for one minute. I'd in the white wine saute that for about four minutes you know not too long because shrimp can get rubbery and until all the liquid has just about evaporated. You're going to remove that from the heat and set that aside. Drain your pasta. By this time. The pasta should be done. Drain the pasta. Well at the pasta into the saute pan with shrimp ad in the avocado cubes. The fresh corn another tablespoon of olive oil. And you're going to toss and serve this immediately while it's still warm
Michael Anton on Buckhead Secession, Realities in Other States Like New York and Maryland
"The people in the North. In parts are saying, Why don't we just get out of the city of Atlanta and become our own incorporated city that we can have our own police force and we can hire people who are going to enforce the law and let them know that we back then? You know, Michael, this makes me think of the it's really used in for religious institutions. More We talk about the term but the term subsidiarity, which is really the best level of administration, the most effective level of administration is going to be local. You know, In other words, you're H o A is going to be more receptive to what you need, because it's probably only what 102 100 homes and Eurasia way vote means a whole lot. It's one of 200 then the president to you, because he really doesn't care. I mean, you know, hundreds of millions of people vote for the president, of course of election cycles. Your vote. You know it matters, but you know, mathematically. It obviously doesn't matter as much. And I think this is one of those ideas that listen. If New York State is so big, it's not going to listen to him Onondaga County or whatever it may be. You know that Maybe these counties could join us, And I think having come from Maryland having lived there for a long time, Western Maryland Michael is always like my gosh. Why can't Can we get out of here? Can we go to West? Virginia? Yeah, Western Western, You know, I I know very little about the area, but I've been through it a couple of times. And once you get to Frederick and beyond the whole character of the state is utterly utterly different than what you see in Baltimore or around the chest speak. It's just it has way more in common with West Virginia or rural Pennsylvania, then And or, you know, or even parts of Virginia that don't have anything anymore, really in common with Northern Virginia, and yet because of the way because there's the dominance of urban and suburban areas in terms of population, you can vote to your heart's content in Western Maryland, and it doesn't matter. You're just going to lose every time the same way somebody in upstate New York will always get out. Voted by the city or somebody in you know, the rural Virginia or Western Virginia is always going to get out. Voted by Northern Virginia, those suburban counties right around Washington, D. C. They just they just
Marking Your Territory, Elderberries, and Hydrangea Color
"Think we should start out with true or false ellen. It is about peeing in the garden to keep critters away. I have very mixed feelings about this. I have used predator urine in my garden in pennsylvania. I don't know if did a darn bit of good. I really don't but i'll tell you it smelled pretty darn bad. So if i were a bunny or a deer. I would not have gone near that stuff. It's interesting that We're starting with predator urine. Because i have very strong feelings about this and that is i cannot believe that this is collected in a humane way new. And you can't find any. They will not tell you how it's like. Well how it has to be as collected is they have to keep the coyotes or these fox in little pens with wire floors so that when they urinate goes down into a trough or something so it can't possibly be a humane thing so i am not in favor of using predator urine in the garden. Unless you're encouraging the coyotes and the to hang out and peeing your garden. Naturally that i'm all in favor of. I use the fox here in once i started looking into says this can't be good. This cannot be good but there are also people who will. Pd the borders of their garden in hopes of keeping deer and bunnies away. And i've read mixed things about this but well. i think i wouldn't encourage anybody to urinate too close to their vegetable garden or or things that you're going to eat that just kinda makes good sense that you don't want to bring you know harm on yourself in terms of bacteria tetra. That's why we carry waste away both either down into septic systems or sewage treatment plants.
Auntie Anne's and the History of the Pretzel
"In january of two thousand and two just a few short months after the nine eleven attacks incited a rally around the flag effect that pushed president george w bush's approval rating north of ninety percent ws administration nearly came to an abrupt and permanent end. Not because of a terrorist strike. But rather because of a pretzel while chomping on a pretzel in private. The president choked on the snack. Food lost consciousness and fell to the floor. Giving them a nasty bruise. Below as i before being found and revived by the secret service. Mentions of the pretzel. Have been documented as early as the seventh century c e the distinct shape claim to be amongst depiction of arms folded in prayer. Other theories have a more practical reasoning for the foreign factor. It makes it easy to hang on. Hooks and bakeries pretzels. Omnipresence in the us can be directly traced a pennsylvania dutch country which despite its name is not dutch at all. It's archaic pronunciation of pennsylvania deutsch meaning german named for the first wave of germanic immigration to america in the eighteenth century the pennsylvania dutch imported ample amounts of german culture including a distinct dialect of the language still spoken today and these transatlantic crowds also brought over the knotted savory pastry popularized in bavaria. The brazil or pretzel pretzels became closely. Identified with the state of pennsylvania's german-american descendants. Iterative on the snack by inventing snack sized hard pretzel as well as the philadelphia s. Shaped soft varietal and so it was pennsylvania where in nineteen eighty eight and f. Beyeler opened her upon pretzel. Raise a farmer's market stall in the city of downingtown by nineteen ninety two. The year ws presidential father george h w bush would lose reelection to horn. Dog hick bill clinton the single stanhood exploded into over one hundred retail locations today. They're over fifteen hundred franchises worldwide located in shopping centers in ballparks as for w he spends his retirement oil painting and palling around with fellow. Telegenic monster ellen. Degeneres the pretzel standing alongside a duck pair of shoes as near misses from the reaper.
Senate GOP Blocks Jan. 6 Commission in Victory for Trump
"Today. They have done. The republicans have done the deed some of them do not even have the courtesy respect or courage to stick around to show their face to stand in the well of the senate while they did it. Republicans have successfully filibustered. The creation of a bipartisan commission split evenly between democrats and republicans for a comprehensive inquiry into the deadly direction mob that stormed the capital in january sixth and attempted to throw a fear faire free and fair election while we all watched on television and republicans. Did it with the help of a key accomplice. The senate rules. Here's the vote. Tally ready for this. Do some math in your head so you can figure this one out which ones bigger the vote was fifty four as against thirty five days now in any other context where you're voting and fifty four people want something and thirty five people do not well. That's a win for the as but in the united states senate apparently is not because you need sixty votes over conned filibuster not even sixty percent of those senators who bothered to stick around but sixty votes out of however many there are and the absences to democrats. Were absent senators. Kirsten cinema cinema and of arizona and patty murray of washington nine republicans were absent including senator pat toomey of pennsylvania who according to a spokesperson missed the vote due to family commitments. But would've voted. Yes if he was there
Bill Cosby Refuses Sex Offender Program, Is Denied Parole
"Hurdle after Bill Cosby is denied parole. He's serving 3 to 10 years in a Pennsylvania state prison for indecent assault. It was his first chance of parole. But the 83 year old refuses to attend sex offender programs because he doesn't want to admit
Vegas Is Open Again
"Breaking news. Las vegas in my opinion has announced the pandemic. It's in the past. We are moving forward. We are opening up. Our cases are not exploding despite that my past weekend very hard to get a parking spot on the strip high limits on all the blackjack tables on the strips social distancing pretty much a thing of the past in vegas. It is exciting overweight. We didn't open up too soon. I don't think that we did with vaccines nation rates. Going up vegas excited. I don't follow this stuff that closely. I will say i've done a couple of things recently. Where it certainly felt like things were a little more back to normal which was really fun. You know being out to dinner out with a group of people and it felt like more normal although i think i saw a tweet right before we started the show where pennsylvania actually had an uptick in cases last week. So i don't know. I guess i would say if you're going to go back to normal and you're going to go back to doing things like that with other people and social gatherings. Hopefully you're vaccinated. I'm not here to make any judgments or anything. I just don't want you guys to get covid so or if you get it to get sick so if you're gonna go back normal hopefully you already got back state. Evidently a decent amount of people pennsylvania. Steve went back to normal but they're not vaccinated.
The State of Vaccinations in the U.S.
"Alison. Over the weekend rhode island became the eighth state to reach a goal set by president biden to get seventy percent of adults vaccinated with at least one shot by july. Fourth is the rest of the country on track lost so far. Many of the smaller northeastern states have reached this goal. I including maine massachusetts vermont and new jersey nationwide about sixty one percent of adults have received their first dose and very close to half are now fully vaccinated so this is all good news but in states. Vaccinations remain much lower including alabama mississippi. Arkansas utah it's kind of unclear. I mean nationwide. The number of daily. Vaccinations has declined over the last month. Part of this. Is it a lot of people already been vaccinated. Now we're at about one point. Seven million shots a day so we have a ways to go as a country. General vivek murthy has pointed to survey data showing that more people would be motivated to roll up their sleeves if their employers gave time off to get the shot and recover from it so employers not only have an opportunity to increase fascination rates. It turns out that they can also help the close. The equity gallon. Vaccinations and you know. In recent weeks mega retailers including target and walmart have announced compensation and incentives for hourly employees who get vaccinated some employees have been offered cash bonuses. Yeah in house and can we take a second to talk about what is going on in my home state of ohio right now. I saw my parents this weekend and they were telling me what they were going to do. When they won the vaccine million. Yes oh hi. Oh has gotten a ton of attention for this lottery program so for the next five weeks beginning. This week there will be a one million dollar lottery. Draw for people who get their first dose of the pfizer or moderna vaccine or the one dose of j. and j. other states have jumped on this lottery bandwagon oregon kentucky maryland in new york ruled out something called the vaccine scratch initiative with that four million dollar possible when so ohio was really touting. Some pretty impressive numbers in terms of a boost in vaccinations. And i think it's surprising. Just how well lotteries may work. I talked to a behavioral economist about this katie milkman at the university of pennsylvania and your parents might appreciate this mattie the hijack pot is really alluring and feels like a game and because we overweight small probability that we might win and wonderful coke. They're really highly motivating. There's lots of research showing that lotteries can be used to change all sorts of other health
Lose the Laser
"I when we just define what is the laser strike. Basically what happens is as planes are flying. Around the sky people on the ground who have laser pointers sometimes point them at aircraft and way that looks to the pilot as it creates a dazzling affect on the flight deck and it causes them to sometimes not be able to perform their duties and can even cause them to lose vision or all kinds of other bad effects. It's obviously something very concerning to the epa and we've been tracking data for this since two thousand ten really since two thousand fifteen. The number of reported laser events has held steady at right around six thousand to seven thousand events. Each year we also saw really big spike. In two thousand fifteen it went from four thousand events to around seven thousand events and this year appears to be on track for about that same ballpark number between six thousand and seven thousand. We're like why. Why did we have this. Great big increase in two thousand fifteen from four thousand seven thousand. What happened was it because more reporting was because of more events that seem to be kind of a big spike so we did a study one of the box carriers as we call them actually had really good standards where pilots to report laser events from the very beginning and we felt like we could use them as kind of our control and if we saw an increase with this particular company that we knew that overall number of was increasing. We'll be really wanted to understand more reports versus more events. What we concluded from that little study is it was about half and half actually added a little insight. Made it a little less disconcerting. I guess that some of it was simply more reporting because a pilot awareness to report these events with the increase in laser strike. Visit in specific. Sates yeah you know really since twenty ten. We've kind of seeing the same patterns of states with larger populations seem to have the greatest number of events things you would expect like california texas and florida and arizona and pennsylvania. Those were kind of the top five however if you correct for population some really interesting patterns. Come out from that. Hawaii surprise has sixty four events per person as compared to save nevada and puerto rico in arizona and oregon and utah. They're all around forty events per person so the winning state hawaii which is really surprising.
"pennsylvania" Discussed on Sway
"I've never had to kind of quote unquote evolve on any of my positions. In that sense. You know. I was always for the fifty dollars an hour minimum wage. I was always for marijuana. Legalization before took over. Marijuana in pennsylvania was unhurt of this idea and now a majority of our state supports it and new jersey. Just legalized it. Forty percent of population will be next door to a veritable candy land of legal wheat. And why would we in. Pennsylvania wanna capitalize on. That and i risked criminal charges performing the first same sex wedding as an elected official in pennsylvania. I championed the marginalized and police community relations. All of these things and you know the party has kind of consistently moved more towards those viewpoints as opposed to got more conservative so get more latitude to share controversial opinions and say governor. No i don't. I wouldn't say anything as the governor that i wouldn't say as governor in fact i think it's important to make these kind of statements and to take these kind of stands because you can move the needle. That's one of the things i always admired about. Republicans is that they'll take a popular standing. They'll move the needle. They'll just be like yeah here it. Is you know bones on the mass. Let's it's where i'm at. And that's what i've always chosen to do whether as with marriage equality whether it was marijuana whether with criminal justice i mean the the ads right themselves like federman wants to get killers out of jail. I mean there's no more latitude just backbone. it's like these. this is what i know to be true. And i'm going to pay us both the complement of being frank with you in saying this and i think people respect that. Yeah i think so. Let me talk about your style. Because i think it's very more modern than most politicians. I would say you obviously use social media you become a social media influencers. You look at yourself that way on twitter a lot. You're very funny. Your wife is fantastic. She's better than you are on twitter. Funny and i agree with you that she's better than a twitter. You're funny it's like. I didn't even have a social media account until i ran for my first office. Because i'm like if somebody's interested in what i'm doing. Great if they're not that's fine like i don't know who actually enjoys wearing a suit and if you think you can't do your job or you do your job better in a suit versus not than i. I disagree with you but car. Heart jacket and shorts is business casual in western pennsylvania especially this time of year. And don't have any. I mean look at me. i don't have any style it's just come on. Don't feared says style to me like you may not like the says. I need something to break the monotony of no hair. And whatever you know the point. I think it's a placeholder but yeah i mean it's it's not something that i've actively cultivated or anything it's just who i am. My image has been in a national training program on inherent bias. I mean i've had dozens of people over the years. Tell me this in fact just recently someone said. Hey i just saw so i. I don't look. I make the joke that everywhere that i'm not recognized. I've never been mistaken for the lieutenant governor of pennsylvania and and it's real i mean people can be afraid of me or they think i'm going to mow bounce search mugger or whatever i mean you know any number of these things and i mean i laugh at it because i mean there's nothing else you can do about it like there's nothing i can do to change matinee. I'll handsome. there's nothing i can do about it and what it is but it works a lot. I mean you have gone viral with no matter how you have become the fa- you don't think you're the face of pennsylvania democrats right now what i think i m is just somebody that sat in front of a laptop for a week making the arguments that needed to be heard that vote by mail in pennsylvania is one hundred percent safe. It's one hundred percent secure and it's going to be true and that all proved to be accurate but also said that we need to watch out because trump is going to be popular here. He is doing things that or unprecedented. In pennsylvania's recent political history. And you can't pull for that and it turned out that that was. That was accurate. When you're thinking about your you know becoming this political not just social media sensation political sensation. You use twitter. you're you're very self. I'm saying the combination of stuff is that you are genuine. Which is i think. A lot of people who do well people are genuine to themselves. Whatever their selves happen to be is that sort of the same formula that dumb trump uses or. How do you look at being a political sensation. These days i again. You don't think about station. I reject the whole thesis together on a political transition. I'm just the guy that set in front of you like just like this. I started spouting off truths about what just happened to be like a really really important election and tried to conveyed in a way that was accessible and relatable and needed to be heard at least. That's what i felt because what was happening was so absurd and so disingenuous on the other side that like just fueled the level of indignation and outrage with me that just because you don't like a result does it mean that it was fraud you know. If ifs and buts were candy nuts trump would have a more merry christmas. But you know none of it. There's no basis in reality at this point and what you're doing now is harming your own reputation to the extent of what's left of it in in many people's life but you're damaging the very democratic fabric of our nation take me inside the past few days in pennsylvania. What were you hearing. That we weren't with the votes are being counted in the first couple of days after the election. You tweeted pretty. Pennsylvania would go for biden and the math was saying he was the winner. Take us into where it is right now in the last few days the last few days it's just been acceptance like the saturday the day it was called. I was on cnn. Basically daring them to call it. Why wouldn't you call it like it's math. You need to under the thing. That i think the american people understood and that's not a criticism. It's it's not their state. Is how predictive mail in ballots. Were like predictive like a joke. It's predictive is driving a subaru. If there were one hundred thousand. Subaru drivers ballots out. It would have been the same level of predictive so there was no path for donald trump and early in october. I formulated that. The president's agenda was twofold. It was one to foment chaos and to provide the grounds which they're doing now to these nuisance lawsuits but then also to get in the heads of democrats to say your your mail in ballots garbage. It's not gonna count. You can't trust the mail that it ended up and that it would create this surge of democrats trying to spoil their ballot at the poll. And that would blow up two lines so i was really pushing this message like bank your ballot. Bank your ballad. Don't play into that you. That's exactly what they want you to do and thankfully that number was low. I think we ended up with one hundred thousand provisional ballots but that's a lot given the margin but as soon as i saw the number of provisional ballots. I'm like those guarantee you are gonna break hard for by because it's democrats that were spooked by the mind games that the trump campaign was playing. That you can't trust them so they went to spoil their ballot that day. And if you don't bring everything. And i mean everything. You can't use it at all and you have to use a provisional ballot so it was early on once you saw. The the overall number schemed. Like i anticipated a giant red soon nami poof and it hit and then it was like okay. Here comes the counterpunch. It's like now. We're going to start counting the mail in ballots which we could have done and hide the results to america election night. But the republican. Please let me say this very clearly. The republican legislature blocked any attempt by the governor to just even get an extra twenty four hours to begin canvassing the balanced and that all that means is your opening the envelopes. Getting them ready to count. You're not counting twenty four hours it would have made a radical difference not one. They orchestrated this. This was all designed to look chaotic. When they're in fact there was no chaos. It just played out because we couldn't start a minute before.
"pennsylvania" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"You'll notice if you are watching this rather than listening that. I am doing something very unusual. I have my computer at. I don't like to have my computer out usually during the show. I feel like it separates me from you. So i usually just use my printed notes but i have to have my computer up right now because we're getting the latest numbers in From the count. So when i woke up this morning. President trump was leading in michigan by a slim margin. I'll just let's just go through the states that matter right now so for some reason they still have not called georgia for president trump early on it was clear that georgia was trump. Now it may. I guess it seems less clear. Trump still has a commanding hundred. Four thousand vote lead there with ninety two percent of the estimated votes reported. And he's up very significantly. I have no idea why they're not calling georgia yet The same thing goes for north carolina. Trump is up almost one hundred thousand votes in north carolina. Pretty commanding lead for some reason. They won't call that they're either. It was so clear on election night that the country was going for trump in a decisive way and then it all stopped arizona. Right now seems to be the opposite sort of situation. Biden does appear to have a commanding lead in arizona. Nobody's really questioning those results right now but some of the other states people are questioning pretty significantly right now. Joe biden is up less than eight thousand fewer than eight thousand votes in nevada. It's incredibly tight right now. Nevada is it would be very helpful to president. Trump's reelection wisconsin. The race is about twenty thousand votes apart right now. Just imagine a slim that margin is twenty thousand votes. It's still an incredibly slim margin. And then in some places you're talking about eight or ten thousand votes. joe biden. Has that narrow narrow lead in wisconsin again. That didn't look that way last night but now that we're all waking up this morning it would appear that way michigan right now Which was for trump. When i when i woke up is now separated by twelve thousand votes. Twelve thousand votes basically unheard of just that slim margin for joe biden in pennsylvania. Trump has a commanding lead. Go trump is up six hundred thousand votes in pennsylvania with seventy six percent of estimated votes reported and yet they won't call it for trump. they won't call it for trump because if trump has pennsylvania if he has north carolina if he has georgia puts them in a very good place. He still probably has to win. Wisconsin or michigan but puts them in a very very strong position. They won't call those trump states and there seems to be some irregularities going on in other places as well even liberal outlets admitted that it was weird last night when they stopped counting the votes allegheny county. Pennsylvania suspended the scanning mail in ballots last night and they said that they were going to postpone it until ten. Am local time unheard of. That was according to nbc. Fulton georgia's stopped counting mail in ballots after a burst water. Pipe delayed the counting of about fifty thousand ballots. That was according to the new york. Times burst water pipe. You don't say. Did your dog eat the mail in ballots to joe biden to get to bed. He was probably already in bed before but he got out last night about it. And what was it about our time. Maybe eleven o'clock or earlier. Even joe biden comes on stage very positive very hopeful and to my mind a little too confident. We feel.
"pennsylvania" Discussed on Axios Today
"Hi i'm imprac host of axios recap. We are back with our special axios election. Twenty twenty coverage what we're watching is what's happening in pennsylvania which many people think will be the tipping point state for president trump or former vice president biden with me. Is emily previti reporter for w. f. an npr station in pennsylvania. And she's on the ground in luzern county which in two thousand sixteen went for president trump by twenty points after election after election going for democrats. So emily you're in luzerne county pennsylvania northeastern pennsylvania. What are you so far seeing on the ground in terms of turnout. Enthusiasm all the above. So we're seeing high turnout in lisburn and across the state based on what i've heard from my colleagues elsewhere and i'm getting a pretty even mix of registered democrats and republicans and even fewer unaffiliated voters. But definitely some of those. Well we have a better idea of. Who's voted by mail. As of yesterday the pennsylvania department of state data showed there are about two and a half million ballot have been returned and received by counties and of those nearly one point. Six million were by democrats around five hundred fifty six thousand by republicans so definitely a heavier. Turn out by mail by democrats. Those of us who are outside of pennsylvania how we should watch the results coming in tonight. So for example as you said a lot of these ballots. None of the mail in ballots could be opened until today in pennsylvania will a precinct say in lisburn county or in philly or in pittsburgh. Will they report the quote on the ground numbers without yet reporting the absentee. Will they wait until they have a full count from their precinct. It depends on the county. And i know that some county is most of those that have a relatively small number of registered voters. I think the largest is cumberland with a hundred and eighty seven thousand and it goes down from there to watch. That has about two registered voters. There are several that are not even starting until tomorrow to count anything and so county is will post tonight tonight and then the plans for updating those numbers they usually do that at the end of the day is counting if we're to base it on practices during the primary which again was really the first one that substantial numbers of voters cast ballots by mail in pennsylvania and the only election that we have for a basis of comparison. So when i watch tv tonight and it says luzerne county reports. One candidate is up by ten points. There's a pretty good chance that that won't be the actual number when all of a sudden done correct what the environment been like in lucerne in those areas these kind of these trump heavy areas of pennsylvania in terms of both political ads but also conversation. This is a national election and these are very divisive figures to a certain extent are their local issues that are also at play here that are informing the national so. I'm not hearing that from people. I'm hearing people who support the president. Say that they like the way that you know what. He's done for veterans. They like the way that he handles foreign policy that they think the best hope for economic improvement would be another four years of a trump presidency and honestly a lot of people who support biden. When you ask them why it's basically that he's not the president and then they have critiques of the president to share. So i'm not hearing a lot of pennsylvania's specific hyper local issues. From voters as far as dictating their choice for president. You get a sense that they feel that their vote. This year in this election matters more perhaps than their votes have in the past because so many people seem to think the outcome is going to rest on. What pennsylvania does no one's really indicated that they've just sort of some people comment oh all eyes are pennsylvania but it doesn't really seem to be something they're thinking about too much. It seems that they like everyone else are just very curious to know what the final outcome is going to be aren't so concerned with whether voters elsewhere are going to be paying a lot of attention to pennsylvania. Emily final question for you. There have been some reports coming out today. Sources with trump campaign suggesting that they are at least a little bit disappointed by their. Get out the vote results in pennsylvania you said you have seen good turn out strong in luzern. Which again is a red area. Is the turnout the in person turn out what officials locally were expecting it to be a little more the less turnout his high everywhere but i also think election officials expected turn out to be high. I know that luzern did elect trump in two thousand sixteen has always been pretty even democrats register republicans. But they are actually. There are more democrats. Twenty thousand mark registered in luzerne county than republicans. It's one hundred six thousand democrats here and eighty six thousand republicans as of the latest statistics from the pennsylvania. Department of state. Emily previti thank you so much for taking the time. thanks big. thanks for listening. We'll be back soon with another special axios election. Podcast in the meantime please check out. Our website axios dot com or are axios mobile app for the election news..
"pennsylvania" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"It's got a broad mix of demographics with big cities, rural areas and suburban voters in between it's also got twenty electoral votes. The sixth highest of all, the states president trump narrowly won Pennsylvania in two, thousand sixteen and the state is shaping up to be an even harder fought battleground this time. Around we turn now to our national political reporter John McCormack Hi John. Hi, thanks for having me. So John Pennsylvania is uniquely positioned even among the battleground states in terms of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent economic fallout. What can you tell us? Well, we did a data analysis looking at the unemployment compared to a year earlier and also the. Deaths per capita for every county in America what we found when we did that analysis was that a Pennsylvania among the battleground states has the largest proportion of counties that fall into both of those unfortunate pockets has a lot of counties that have unemployment rates that are in double digits much higher than a year ago because of the pandemic and it also. Has a good number of counties that have deaths per capita rates that are in the top twenty percent of all counties. So we we looked at both of these benchmarks to try to get a sense for you know which battleground state is sort of suffering the most pain right now related to the pandemic in Pennsylvania really stands out in in those rankings. Let's dig into some specific county as you call Bucks County in suburban Philadelphia a battleground within a battleground. Tell us more about that what's happening there? Yes. So the unemployment rate in in Bucks County, which is just outside of Philadelphia. It's nine point seven percent, and that's more than double what it was a year ago and we used your ago figures because there's a season -ality. Unemployment rates, and so we looked at what was the unemployment rate a year ago for the same month and then compared to that that month this year and bucks is a county that Democrats and Republicans have fought over very closely. In recent elections. Hillary Clinton wanted by eight tenths of one percentage point I was simply like three or four thousand votes in A. County that is home to about six, hundred, twenty, eight, thousand people, and so it is a place that gets a lot of attention. Every presidential election cycle it has an area called lower box, which is in the southern end of the county and is a little grittier more industrial and certainly more densely populated, and there's a lot of white working class voters in that area. You know really rallied around Donald. Trump. In two, thousand, sixteen in his campaign of course hopes that they'll rally around him again in this presidential election. So it's a big county. It's a complex county, has a real widespread in terms of soda sort of socio economics, and we'll be intensely fought over by the way former vice president Joe Biden will be going there on Saturday. We all know he hasn't been doing a lot of on the ground campaigning this summer and fall, but he's starting to do more of it and one of his stops this weekend will be in bucks. County. So that indicates it's important. You anticipated my next question. How are the dynamics you just described influencing how president trump and Joe Biden are approaching Pennsylvania especially in the final days of this election and how does that compare to what saw in the candidate approach to Pennsylvania in two? Thousand Sixteen Yeah Well Twenty Sixteen. There was a lot of emphasis on Pennsylvania as well. Hillary Clinton held her national political convention in the summer in Philadelphia. So that was an indication of how important the state was back then as well. Of course, president trump won the state very narrow sort of as part of his you know northern Great Lakes, trifecta Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin that really sealed the presidency for 'em and So it's important. Again, this time Joe Biden's headquarters is in his campaign headquarters is in Philadelphia, and when you look at the the television reservations that are in place for both campaigns between now and the election Pennsylvania on a dollars per electoral vote basis in other words if you look at all the advertising spending that's going to be going on in Pennsylvania and the next week and a half if you then divide by how many electoral votes each state has and sort of do the math on that Pennsylvania ranks right at the top specially for Joe Biden in terms of places where he's going to put a lot of dollars on television screens in the coming days. So John Given, everything we've just talked about just how key is Pennsylvania going to be in this election let's arguably the most important battleground state. Now obviously, Florida's is also very important twenty seven electoral votes, but Pennsylvania has twenty and it's sort of viewed as critical for both of these candidates from Vice President Joe Biden is from Pennsylvania. You know if if he can't win the state that was born in that, that does have a lot of sort of working class that he's trying to appeal to that could be pretty telling in terms of what happens on election night. So it'll be very much watched. Some of the outside groups that are trying to influence the presidential race they sorta described Pennsylvania as. Camel's back. They feel like if if trump can't win Pennsylvania then there's really probably know path for him. It's always dangerous to say those sorts of things because you know like anything there can be surprises in in different combinations of these states can add up to the two hundred and seventy that you need to win. But certainly, a lot of eyes will be on Pennsylvania and a lot of resources and time will be going into the state in the next week and a half before the Election Wall Street. Journal. National, political reporter John, McCormick John Thank you so much for being here today..
"pennsylvania" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"Need to know in politics for Tuesday October Twentieth Democrats score a big court victory over Pennsylvania voting rules. Discuss that plus new mechanisms to enforce the rules in presidential debates and finally Republicans for Biden keep making themselves known. The Supreme Court of the United States in a four four ruling said the State Supreme Court Pennsylvania ruling about voting and when absentee ballots mailed ballots can be counted should stand. Now this is really important John Roberts the chief justice of the United States sided with the more liberal justices to come up with this four four ruling, and since there are only eight currently on the court as we await Amy Kuney, Barrett ascension to the Supreme Court a means that four four. Split the lower court ruling. In this case, the Pennsylvania Supreme. Court it stands. Well, what is that ruling that ruling is than if ballots are postmarked or sent by election day but received up to three days after up to November six th, they shall still be counted. This is a huge advantage for the Democrats who have been fighting across the country in state after state to try and get some extended deadlines not for when the ballots can be cast or sent but extended. For when the ballot can be counted received if the mail system is overloaded because so many more Americans are voting by mail this election season than ever have before in American history and so Democrats are fighting to make sure that if those ballots were postmarked insent election day as they need to be according to the rules that there is some window of time thereafter where they can be received and still be counted in Pennsylvania. That timeline is now three days after election day according to the United States Supreme Court Donald Trump. Clearly was not pleased with the ruling. Ruling yesterday that was ridiculous who they can count ballots after the election's over what kind of a thing. So what does that mean we're gonNA wait 'til after November third and sought denouncing states. That's crazy. But we got a strange ruling from the supreme. Court yesterday I was very strange once again chief justice John. Roberts. A Bush appointee clearly disappointing the president in his own positioning on the issue on the Supreme Court. But let me just debunk with the president is saying here they're talking about counting the ballots after the election's over these. Are, votes that are cast for the election either they were cast before Election Day or they were sent in postmarked on election day. These are not people who are voting after the election's over. It's simply that it's going to take some time to count all of the mail ballots. Now here's the thing about Pennsylvania, folks pack your patience. It is one of those states that has almost no history of voting by mail no real history of a big percentage of absentee votes. So it is going to be an entirely new process for them. And they can't begin counting votes until Election Day. There's no processing of all those votes that are coming in by mail in advance of Election Day like occurs in some states, they can't even start sorting and counting the male votes that they've received thus far never mind over the next two weeks still until election day. So they can't county to election day and they're gonNA have like a five hundred percent increase of what they normally have in terms of vote by mail. So it's going to take them a while to count which is. Why when you look at the election returns on election night out of Pennsylvania, the in Person Election Day vote which we expect to be a very pro-trump vote emmy look like Donald Trump's win in Pennsylvania going away. But remember we know that more Democrats than Republicans are inclined to vote early and by mail. So as these do get counted, you can begin to see that blue shift in a place like Pennsylvania occur from election day going forward for the next three days that the Supreme Court says, they can now.
"pennsylvania" Discussed on The Field
"Promises made promises kept you know how do you feel about Biden and do you think that he is? For the Working Class? And? Right now. I really don't think so I just don't see it I mean it's like he's like we said he's been there forty seven years. He's done. He's done absolutely nothing for this area, and then he comes back here like I mean I, don't know I can't. Have too much support. I mean he saves his hometown. Right. Points absolutely not. He's done the for this area and at the same time, Davis become completely disillusioned with the democratic. Party is like. They want nothing to do with the people right now their biggest and main goal is To Be Donald Trump. That's what they're concentrating on that. That's it. So we left a party. Me and my wife, Madonna. Republican side and that's I think the publican bars for the working class here. Democrat Democrats are somewhere else. I, mean just put down there off somewhere else listen to Dave. You can tell there is break from the Democratic Party isn't just about policy do you get the feeling that the national? Democrat sometimes look down on trump voters. Oh absolutely. Absolutely. facebook page I got the democratic committing more personal. Trump signs means you're retarded this and that visceral it's cultural people today call me a racist for supporting the president. So I always telling. Raises Car won't work with me. You know you could stick ripe your ass the way he thinks about the Democratic Party in the way he thinks the Democratic Party thinks about him. Are Fundamentally different. Especially when it comes to race I feel I'm the furthest thing from racist and Dave is very clear. He is not a racist I. Help anybody there used to be a poor guy who used to ride the bus use ties bike to the bus. And he worked up one of the local factors here and I think he had a flat tire he's pushing his bike to work and I stopped them I. so where do you work and I I? gave him ride the work. I took his bike here I, fixed this higher from. And I met him back at his workstation. Same guys to see what can. Pick them up with them, ride the work I mean. That's racist. No I watch baseball was being played. To me, I think, ninety percent of them were black, right? People. What in your mind? What makes a racist? What makes a race? Would you say is racist. I made if somebody comes right out and blatantly expresses or hey towards one religion or color or something like that. That's the way I would look at it. You'd have the George Floyd Video. What did you? Police officers, fault I. Don't know like I said, I didn't see the true topsy report. I'm hearing rumors or whatever's on facebook or whatever and. He was loaded up on. I mean people are saying I wanNA cop murder them I I don't see that way could happen to anybody anytime. You know the quarterback, the other way round black I with the way black cop the white. Guy. You wouldn't see a big moment on that. Do you think trump is racist. You think because some people critique him as racist people consider them racist. Like I said, my definition of racists is. Somebody, who's shows pure hatred, which I don't know anybody like that. Is like. It's getting bad I mean they might take Serb off the shelves Snoddy WanNa, take off the shelves they WanNa, take decided supermarket really come on. Too. Far. It's way too. I don't believe in it. I think people are just getting way too far out of hand with all of this. So. Donald. Trump's campaign clearly knows that for him to win again, he's going to need a lot more. Dave Mitch Goes. This is animals with at least Spiegel. And we are in old forge Pennsylvania just outside of Scranton. Eight trump rallies and that's the thing about Pennsylvania. It's a state with a lot more white working class people many of whom didn't vote in two thousand sixteen. The rally is going to start in a couple of hours and people are lining this street with a lot of American flags. So Indiana lease into one of many trump events in northeastern Pennsylvania, there are bikers for trump. There's MOMS for trump to the campaign is finding them. Describe the scene that we're we're in here. Well, I mean it's a I would say an orderly bunch of folks. I would say. It's reflective of more of a middle working class group I. Don't see many three piece suits around here and I think it was just listening to the news that that seems to be the shift. The Republican Party was always kind of of the. The more business person and whatever, and the Democrat Party was more for the working class kind of average Joe if you will no pun intended Joe Biden but. I. Think There's a shift going on. A Democrat turned Republican. When did that happen for you? I just turned to share this year. I've been a die hard democrat. My biggest fear dying is telling. Peter I voted for a bomb. I'm a union construction work. I'm not. GonNa say we're trade but I talked to carpenters, electricians, steelworkers, plumbers, and masons. And I'd say eighty five to ninety percent of us. Want trump. Most of the Union Tradesman, they want company vote for trump exactly like two thousand sixteen because I talked to a lot of them. Are you a Democrat as well? Yes. What was it that made you change? I what trump had to say I now like what he is done and I worked. As a volunteer for the trump campaign. Has. Anything that's happened in the last few months swayed your support or change your mind in any way. made it stronger. How do you feel like he's done in handling the pandemic that's going on well, they want him to be a miracle worker and there's no miracles for this. He did the best he could with the information that he has he's the president asked please people pleased millions of people you know like how how can you do that? You can't make everyone. Happy. So what else could he possibly do? There's things wrong because he didn't know what it was. It's not trump's fault that this happened. Didn't come from trump and he shouldn't be the one being penalized by it. Came out of. I think the big thing he did was he stopped the thing that everybody else was saying in fact Biden, said you can't do that. You're a racist you stop the Chinese from coming in. and. How about the things that have been happening this summer with.
"pennsylvania" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"Penn as a young man lived in London when the city was devastated by a great fire. This would prove to be a pivotal moment in the life of the young William Penn.. Following the fire hit witness the literal rebuilding of London. Following that and seeing how the city could be rebuilt. Pet had a lifelong interest in city design. This would manifest in Philadelphia. Far, from being the haphazard city whose Latte was based on unpredictable and sporadic growth. Philadelphia was more or less a master designed city. Philadelphia would quickly begin to grow and expand, and by the time seventeen fifty rolled around it would have the largest population of any city in the North American British colonies. Pennsylvania was further located at a strategically important spot within North America. Located between the southern colonies such as Virginia and the Carolinas and the northern colonies in new. England and New York Pennsylvania was any position to be a trading hub virtually from its very conception. This is going to help to explain how ecology that is coming into the game relatively late is quickly going to grow to become a center of power within the North American colonies. We are going to leave our story here for now. Next. Time, we are going to spend our time looking at the politics of Pennsylvania Self. So, many of the things that we're going to see enshrined in the Federal Constitution a century later can draw their roots back to Pennsylvania. So next time I hope you all have a wonderful two weeks that you are staying healthy and that you are staying safe and I will see you back here then to discuss the political structure of Pennsylvania..
"pennsylvania" Discussed on College Football Live
"Managed to jail for drop the MIC with those hamlets. Kind of like that old school army army lock. Yeah that's apprising some ageism bad. We'll house do you. You have to deal. That's why navy's attended a half point favorite because uniform. Because I'm telling you guys are with Navy I elect navy. Let's take a look at our blimpworthy player. Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry presented by Goodyear. Now compare leads. All AW BS quarterbacks in rushing one hundred thirty six point four yards rushing per game needs just sixty nine yards. Set the navy all time record for total offense in a season currently held by Woolworth Twenty Sixteen fellas defining moment from out compared. I don't know if you remember this. When he's sixteen was a freshman he was actually in the stands? Like eating liquorice liquorice licorice you. He was sick he'd played in a JV game. There are injuries on the navy team. He gets pulled out of the stands ends up playing in the game. The third quarter all the fourth year he becomes about Jalen hurts like last year. The movie. Yeah that should be a move exact. Let's let's talk about the College Football playoff defining moments for those four teams David. How about some Lsu you know listen? We needed offense was going to be new and it was going to be more innovative. least we heard about it all all off season. Well you gotTa Show Me First Game Austin Game Day. They're big time moment. Joe Boroughs throwing the ball all over the yard and guess what big Tom on third and seventeen late in the game. Most formative drills Dez. You run the ball especially Lsu by the way run the ball. Run the ball. Run the ball. Joe Bro gets pressured they blitz right and his face. He delivers that strike and then going on by the way when they beat Alabama. I think that moment proved to everybody on the team. Not Joe Borough. Everybody was like wait a minute riddick. We finally beat them. Do that had been tormenting US absolutely straight tormenting. Yeah beat them. Took care of business and it was good to go to win that game and Tuscaloosa was a straight dog dogfighting. They handle their business. But how about Ohio. State the Buckeyes. They would just steamrolling people all season long but then it had a home. Game Against Penn State Penn state starting quarterback. Sean Clifford get hurt. We'll let us came in the game. The third quarter put seventeen points up in the shoe on the Buckeyes. I was their game. They will do. The whole crowd was silent. That's when the Buckeyes had to hunker down. Forget early in the game to Justin feels fumbled. The ball can take a tumble but they hunkered down. They get focused and they came back a okay beat Penn State by eleven points. I thought that was a defining moment in number three Clemson. They're defining moment everybody know they have pretty much. What do you call it type schedule when you play like a bunch of this week teams cupcake will? ACC Today played North Carolina North Carolina that only that pushed washed the Tigers to the brink in almost won that game fell two point conversion they didn't convert and ended up losing by one point. I thought that game was only league. Game that clips and seem to be tested their season and.
"pennsylvania" Discussed on College Football Live
"The commander. In chief. Trophy goes goes to Annapolis in Kenya Motto Numata. Low Low becomes a winningest coach in this rivalry. If army wins split we got a three way split with the Service Academies Yup goes to West Point Fellas. Can they go for foreign. What's IT GONNA take for army which is a ten and a half point underdog to win this game? I think they can go over four in a row but I don't think they listen armies. There's there's struggling to see so you would think okay they. They won't win this game but in navies having a really good season army they had a five game losing jail at one point they lost five in a row but listen coach monkey that step tremendous staff. They're going to get these guys ready ready for this game because this is the game. This is one of those gains. We throw all the stats. You throw throw away all the statistics and everything the records. You don't care about that because it's just something something about seeing the other team across the field from you and I was going to bring out the best and we talk about the three game win streak for army before that of his fourteen game win streak for Navy Navy Navy typically has the upper hand last couple of years last three wins by the way for army decided by seven points. Yeah so it's always a good game. It's always competitive. We we talk about during the season when you have to play triple option teams it stinks. You hate it right. This is how they live those. You're going to tune in. And you're gonNA literally throwback to nineteen forties football ball which is amazing and the pageantry of this whole day tomorrow. We'll be amazing. Yeah these two teams are a mirror. Image of each other's having been at navy last week I can tell you navy. Maybe these seniors they want nothing more to leave with at least one win against army. Let's go to some uniforms. Here are going to cool things here every year army navy bring bring it. I mean Army right there it looks army ask you know what I mean. Get Their Forest Green Green Look Navy. That's just go back to this back here. Yeah which which is like you know. That's my guy. Roger Staubach favorite it vantage navy.
"pennsylvania" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"We have these debates. Pennsylvania is mid Westerner northeastern northeastern but parts of it or its Western hello and welcome to the five fifty politics podcast. I'm Gaylon drew and today we're coming to you from the state that could very well decide the twenty twenty presidential election and that state is Pennsylvania and more specifically. We're in Philadelphia right now. I don't want to overstate the point. We have no idea what things are going to look twenty twenty but if the race is close Pennsylvania will be key in two thousand sixteen the state arguably tied with Wisconsin as the tipping point state by our count. Both.
"pennsylvania" Discussed on Out of the Blocks
"When you walk into this building and coach greens, ballet classes in session told me how you feel when you look around and think about what this place was when it started. I get excited. I don't even have to come in the building. I peep into Wyndhams just to get a feel. You know, did we do the right thing? Are we yet doing the right thing? And so just to see the excitement, the smiles the applause. That's great. And I can't wait to get. My great granddaughter involved. My name is Amelia Harris, and we are sitting in the church's office of nineteen forty seven Pennsylvania Avenue here at the corners of what we like to call resurrection. Intersection. We ventured out and purchase the building. Now, never get. We're roof parts of the flaws missing. And it was so terrible asset what in the world. But the Harris is visionary. He was dreaming. He was dreaming about the arts. We had the pleasure of meeting. Your husband elder CW Harris in the first part of this podcast. Tell me how long you guys been married. I guess you can say forty eight and a half years it'll be forty nine in June. And we met at the age of thirteen at that time. He was clad. He was short. He had freckles. He'll often say that I shrunk on him. But he grew on me because we both were the same size when we met. We got married in seventy and began to raise a family. And so his dream was I want to be to to make Santow. Now. Look like it did. I love reminiscent. Growing up as a child the stores was where my parents shocked. They would bring you over depends Vanya avenue and the place was lit up. I mean, lights everywhere. I remember Diana Ross and the Supremes when they would come to the Royal theatre, you know, so growing up in a decade when for me, I saw beauty ASO arts. So. So it was community. When we had the riots in the sixties is when the demise began to happen. So now, you have the fake and buildings and you have those who could not make that flight out and those who decided to remain and stay this is my community. And it changed me. You know, you have plans for yourself brewing up. What you want to do what you want to be? But I've not regretted now one moment being here on pressman and Pennsylvania Avenue. When it comes out town to lay out heads down. I feel like that we gave week gave Santow n- out..
"pennsylvania" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"All right. Give us the update here. Yeah. We I covered this case back in episodes, one forty six and one forty eight involving a state case captioned league of women voters versus Pennsylvania. And so this involves the Republican twenty eleven redistricting plan, which was challenged in the Pennsylvania supreme court under Pennsylvania's constitution. Thus circumventing the issues that we talked about in the last segment of you know, alternately putting a highly political issue before what is likely to be a partisan supreme court. And and so so let's talk about that a little bit Pennsylvania is a parody Matic example of packing and cracking. Right. We have a blue state that. It is a swing state and since twenty eleven there have been three congressional elections Pennsylvania has eighteen congressional districts. And so, you know, blue state slightly democratic maybe fifty to forty eight right? How do you think Pennsylvania's eighteen districts were have gone in the past three elections? Well, going with your math. I'm Jay, I'm I'm gonna just I've I'll say nine and nine because it's a swing state, and I'm guessing. Yeah. The representation will be roughly what the public is voting so nine and nine. Yeah. Yeah. Thirteen to five Republican and that other two five result. That thirteen to five result persisted from twenty twelve right, which was a pretty blue year. Right. That was the Barack Obama's reelection in which he carried Pennsylvania by nearly double digits in twenty fourteen despite the fact that the democratic share of the vote dropped off by six percent still thirteen to five Republican and then again in twenty sixteen when Donald Trump carried Pennsylvania still thirteen to five Republican. Well, I'm no math democratic sounds to me like something is wrong. Yeah. And and what's wrong is that the Republican plan tax all of the democratic voters into those five districts such that the Democrats have won those five districts by an average by an average vote share of overset. Seventy five percent and twenty twelve and twenty sixteenth. Yeah. So if you're thinking about, you know, how do you make sure that democratic votes are wasted? Yeah. You you put all the Democrats into these districts where Democrats are going to win no matter what? And you're just piling on huge margins thus enabling Republicans to win the remainder the rest of the state with under sixty percent of the vote. So this is the classic red map formula, and in and in fact, red map was used in Pennsylvania and so- league of women voters common cause a bunch of plaintiffs sued to invalidate they entire math. And interestingly again, as we as we flagged from the beginning of the second, they sued under article one section five of the Pennsylvania state constitution, which says elections shall be free. And equal. No power civil or military shell at anytime interfere to prevent the free exercise of the right of suffrage. So that sidesteps, right. We've talked about it is pending before the supreme court does partisan gerrymandering violate the due process and equal protection clauses of the US constitution, Pennsylvania has its own constitutional provision that are on. Sorry. Remember because there's there's so much bad Republican gerrymandering everywhere. This was that one weird trick that was the kind of positive news on how they were going to keep it at the state level. That was the state. That's exactly right and good and the state supreme court. Yeah. So not only did the state supreme court rule that this twenty eleven plan that partisan gerrymandering, violates that provision of the Pennsylvania state constitution. But ultimately after remand ING and trying to get the Republican legislature to redraw the map in a way that was fair and the Republican legislature making, you know, tiny little marginal changes, ultimately, the Pennsylvania state supreme court redrew, the district's themselves they hired an outside expert. I mean, they, you know, the judges didn't sit down and do it. But the court commissioned an independent expert to redraw the districts to make them more fair..
"pennsylvania" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"If each date you know that govern game exactly and the actual process itself. So the two thousand and ten election was used not just in terms of the bringing the tea party to power, the ideological conservatism, that it represents go headlines. Yeah, just to piggyback on that. Just one thing that I think we saw with Pennsylvania's, you know, you know, one of the most agree GIS gerrymandered maps in the country. We see one party control, right? We see that the Republicans controlled the house, the Senate, the governor's office, and you know, they made the laws. They made the rules and there was no really check combined. Democrats would do. That's being nonpartisan ab- now you're not being partisan, but the Democrats have done that. So already pointed out, there's a district in Maryland. Yeah. So this is not partisan both parties. We'll do this. Well, that's exactly the point I wanted to go to because if regardless of party, if the party has the power, it seems very natural. In terms of American politics try to consolidate that power, but but you know, when Republicans do it and there have they have done here in Pennsylvania. Democrats have done it elsewhere. People keep talking to me about Maryland, California, back in the eighties and nineties. But the point is, is that is there a way to come up with a fair system that does mostly remove politics from the equation? And and here let me just let me just do some limit. Let me play for you a little bit of tape here. This is again Valentino degeorge. Oh, he's the GOP chairman of Pennsylvania, and he basically just takes. He takes issue with that entire question because he says it's perfectly fine. With legislators, creating districts, and he really opposes the idea of any other systems, specifically, an independent citizens commission, which we'll talk about here in a second. He poses other systems to draw future congressional maps, and here's what he said. So legislators are in the best position to draw lines and look the end of the day, heaven forbid, politics should enter into a piece of legislation that draws part, you know, political maps stunned over the country. Democrats join maps to their favors in other states, look Marilyn. So you know, this is nonsense. This was part of a Barack Obama, Eric Holder, fair districting plan. They called it to take back congressional seats and they've done it here in Pennsylvania. That's fell to Georgia, Pennsylvania GOP chair. So Lindsey, Lazar ski. He's he basically says, we know the state the best we should draw the maps. But there is this other idea about an independence, it isn't commission. What would that look like in Pennsylvania? I just have to say, I love that operatic music behind veils. And it was. It was a Columbus Day festival in Philadelphia. Taking me there to south Philly. So you know a group in Pennsylvania, fair district's PA for a number of years now they've been trying to. Change the Pennsylvania constitution and to implement an independent citizens commission that would actually draw the lines and they've modeled this after California, and this is really a grassroots organization. You see them at street fairs. You see them at avent's canvassing and you know they, they're asking the legislators to basically vote against their interests to form this commission. As you pointed out it, there is a such a commission in California made up of appointed independent citizens. And I think some several other couple other states in the west have similar similar commission. So do they work though? Have they created fairer districts if you talk to the people on the commission? Yes. If you talked to voters. Yes. I think a key difference between Pennsylvania and California is that in Pennsylvania, there's no referendum. So basically to get that process in place, the state legislature would have to. Pass a constitutional amendment, and then it would go to the voters in a referendum, and there's no guarantee. There's no guarantee that an independent commission itself would be truly independent. By somebody that that that's or hold positions by virtue get on get on the commission by virtue of a position they already hold or you could have state lawmaker leaders appoint a few. You could have different groups. Yeah, it it can get. It can get complicated, but here's what's fascinating until Baker versus car supreme court decision..
"pennsylvania" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"From WB you are Boston NPR I'm Meghna Chuck Roberti and this is on point. We've got a special broadcast today from the studios of WHYY in Philadelphia, and we're in Pennsylvania because yes, the keystone state is key to American politics. It's a microcosm of the country as a whole populous with a mix of urban and rural voters. The electorate here is pretty evenly split between Republicans and Democrats. You'll remember that President Trump won Pennsylvania by less than forty. Five thousand votes out of the six million ballots cast here in two thousand sixteen, so it would make sense to expect that same even split in the state's congressional delegation, half democrat half Republican, but that is not the case. The GOP holds thirteen out of Pennsylvania's eighteen congressional seats in part because Pennsylvania had one of the most extremely gerrymandered congressional maps in the country will that change this year. The state supreme court struck down the old district map and. Suddenly more than a half dozen of Pennsylvania's congressional races are newly competitive, and that could mean major change in the midterm elections. So this hour on point Pennsylvania's adventures in redistricting and the impact it could have on American politics. Now we've been spending several days here in Pennsylvania, getting a sense of the districts old and new. So I wanna start today in the states old. Seventh district in a parking lot in king of Prussia, Pennsylvania. So this district was known as goofy, kicking Donald, a strange name, but that's what the extremely gerrymandered shape of the old. Seventh district looked like a Disney brawl. We're standing outside creeds, seafood and steaks squeezed between the Pennsylvania turnpike and county line expressway. And we're here with Kate. Doyle Montgomery County lead for fair districts, Pennsylvania, a nonpartisan group that's pushing for permanent change in the state's districting rules. This parking lot is little infamous when it comes to the previous seventh district, Pennsylvania, it is connecting point. It is approximately one hundred and seventy meters long or about five hundred fifty feet. The old seventh spread along contorted twists and turns for some fifty miles from the Pennsylvania suburbs to Amish country. But this pinch point you sane bolt could cross the seventh district in about sixteen seconds, correct? So it's it's really just as wide as a parking lot. I mean, why did they do that? It has to be contiguous. In other words, no matter how strange the shape the district has to be a single unit that has been a long standing rule in Pennsylvania, says, fair districts, rich Rafferty, who's also with us Rafferty and dole both emphasized that gerrymandering has been practiced beloved by both parties, but the huge difference. Now, the availability of voter records and vast amounts of consumer information. Rafferty says the combination of big data and sophisticated mapping technology allows district lines to zigzag from house to house making certain seats so safe. The opposition simply falls.
"pennsylvania" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Answer the eastern pennsylvania institution admitted its first client on november twenty third nine hundred ninety eight and there were problems basically right from the start beginning as early as nineteen twelve the board report reports contained numerous complaints about the need for funds to enact changes in repairs to buildings that were less than a decade old so but opened four years they're already like f shits falling apart nineteen twelve report included requests for twenty five thousand for general repairs on buildings that had only been used for four years again clued on the list of needed work was detained buildings replace unsanitary clause it's and unsafe bathrooms rebuild stairways adds such ventilating apparatus is absolutely necessary overcrowding problem almost as soon as penn hurst opened its doors designed originally as i've stated for epileptics and persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities that was tremendous pressure almost immediately to omit many different people many other different people from society steeped in a society steeped in eugenics movement who wanted to remove from the gene pool of various people including just immigrants orphans criminals i come back to the phrase eugenics movement here in a bit for now we're going to keep going but but yeah i mean that's the problem again there wasn't there wasn't a specialization we have now and they just basically you know anybody some family didn't wanna take care for whatever reason they would try and put them in an institution of some sort the stated mission of penn hers to house epilepsies and the feeble minded came under fire within the institution as early as nineteen twelve as well and that year the superintendent reported to the board of trustees chilling language that it is without question absolutely wrong to place the feeble minded an epileptic in the same institution they are not the same the different one from the other one as day on his night they are mentally physically and morally and comp dateable require entirely different treatment so at least some people back in understood how stupid was to house epileptics alongside those with severe intellectual disabilities however the admission of individuals with epilepsy and normal intelligence would continue for years why because again they society just didn't know where else to put these people didn't have any other place to put these people eventually however the mission of the institution was eventually clarified in for a while only people with intellectual disabilities were admitted and while the terms mental hospital and insane asylum are often used associated with pinter's again it was neither it was it was supposed to be this idyllic thriving community for those who do not fit to societal norms we're supposed to be an institution it has its work and farm with.
"pennsylvania" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Went to the polls yesterday they had this image of a washington chaos president behaving in such a almost capricious way towards somebody who'd worked for him joe for me the abiding image of of this pennsylvania action is donald trump on saturday speaking to a crowd that was just roaring its approval you know just people clapping and cheering and you might have thought looking at that that the presence personality is appeal to his base might carry the day no in fact he has that group of supporters thirty to forty percent who clap as loud as they can but in the end it couldn't help keep a district that has been reliable reliably republican so it's sort of that contrast that trump speaking to this narrow group with great animation and you think gosh she's still got those trump voters turns out that yesterday didn't i mean that's a great point david and for you know all the people as we said before for his base that he inspired he was turning off silence of of women voters of black voters hispanic voters of once again republicans in suburbs that's the thing you know every time cable news networks play donald trump speaking for ninety minutes yes it jen's up a third of america but i would suggest that trump's actually hurting himself the presence actually hurting himself because he's a fending all of these groups that have turned a deep red seat throughout this entire century jon meacham into a blue district now and they've also elected a young man and my gosh i'm so old he looks like he's about fifteen such an old guy but they've they have they have let connor lamb and the door of former prosecutor in a us marine who we're going to be talking about i would guess you say this just doomed him he'll he'll be out next week for the next twenty years and these.
"pennsylvania" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Osborne out yet steve kornacki not going to move an inch it's just that we for purposes of bookkeeping are coming to the end of this hour welcoming a new one the breaking news we continue to follow at the top of the hour a later than expected night for a lot of folks in south western pennsylvania and by extension in the news media across the country as this is the barn burner we've been covering all night race too close to call you see the difference their though the numbers have been changing throughout the night between lamb and succumbed on vying for a special election a very temporary election to the house of representatives we say that because the map is being smashed with a hammer and redrawn in the state of pennsylvania for political purposes are man steve kornacki our national political correspondent has been earning his salary tonight at the big board and especially watching this has come down to absentee ballots it's come down to exhausting the raw vote tonight we are fortunate that they apparently are diligent bookkeepers in south western pennsylvania yeah we're gonna have one holdout by gets that it may not matter because we just got a big dose of clarity we've been sitting on these numbers for so long we now have to reset here five hundred seventy nine votes that's the lead for connor lamb in this thing what is now just done in off the board all of allegheny and now i can confirm us i thought this was the case this is definitely the case westmoreland it's all in the absentee is in those two outstanding precincts are in all of the election day is in so now all that's left in this district we move down to washington in green we know green is eight tiny county we're looking at and i say i love tiny counties but you're sitting at two hundred absentee votes that are going to be counted there in green and you're looking at eleven ninety five in washington's basically we're sitting at fourteen hundred is all it's left fourteen hundred ballots and again it with a lead of five seventy nine oh boys you're looking at like sequoia.