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05:08 min | 2 years ago

"representative reagan hatcher" Discussed on KOMO

"That we're following Mississippi's governor says he will ask the US Supreme Court to uphold Mississippi's ban on abortion at fifteen weeks Republican Phil Bryant made the announcement on Twitter the Val comes Saturday a day after a federal appeals court ruled the ban was unconstitutional but Mississippi has been aiming for the Supreme Court all along leaders hope conservative justices will spur the High Court to overturn roe versus Wade a shooting at a mall outside Atlanta on Saturday said shoppers fleeing in panic and some said they saw a wounded man in the food court the Cobb county police department said on Twitter that the shooting at the Cumberland mall on Saturday was an isolated incident between people who know each other and there is no active shooter one of the first black mayors of a major US city has died former Gary mayor Richard Hatcher is dead at the age of eighty six his daughter the Indiana state representative Reagan Hatcher says her dad died Friday at a Chicago hospital after became the political face of Gary Indiana in a political force for blacks after his groundbreaking election in nineteen sixty seven this is a como afternoon news rewind political landscape for the twenty twenty election is shifting and read Wilson of the hill is on the trail with a fascinating new column saying forget the pundits we need to pay attention to changing demographics and political alignments if we want to understand the battleground explain read Democrats don't even have a nominee so what are you learning about how states are drawing the battle lines well it looks like the traditional battle grounds that Americans sort of political class has paid attention to for the last twenty years may not be the battleground in which the twenty twenty races that fought you know Ohio has always been at the center of the American political program well it's not really it's becoming a much more conservative state now and therefore Democrats Republicans look elsewhere on their path back to the two hundred and seventy votes that they need to win back the White House there are emerging opportunities in states like Arizona North Carolina even Texas and Georgia pretty traditionally Republican states where Democrats are going to try to build their numbers on the Republican side Republicans are gonna find opportunities in states like Minnesota which haven't voted Republican since nineteen seventy two and states like New Hampshire which that Republicans it's George W. bush's first right you see a merging opportunities what are these opportunities and what does it mean when you think about the rise of a younger generation of voters millennials generations see who might be more liberal voters yeah one thing that we know is that Americans are excited about next year's elections local Democrat Republican men women everybody is keyed in tuned into this race at levels but I'm an approach you know pre election levels from twenty twelve for your two thousand eight so turn of people going to vote we've seen in election results in twenty nineteen and twenty eighteen that many younger voters turned out at disproportionately higher levels than they ever have before and it's likely that they boil generations and generations combined are going to be a larger portion of the electorate then the baby boomers that's the first time that that that will that will be able to say that the baby boomers are now less than thirty percent of the electorate down from a high of about forty percent twenty years ago meanwhile Gen Z. and the bundles are approaching that forty percent number so this is this younger generation is really going to assert itself and I think that's why we're seeing states like Arizona and Georgia and Texas come into play for Democrats there it simply a lot of those younger millennial ingen boaters in those states and if the Democrats make a concerted effort to turn them out to the polls well that's good because a lot of gaps that Hillary Clinton faced back in twenty sixteen you're a reporter not a political strategist but if you had to tell the candidates what to do when it came to the campaign trail what would you suggest well I think that both sides have an opportunity to grow their electoral base here president trump came within forty five thousand votes of winning Minnesota back in twenty sixteen and again no Republican since Richard Nixon has won that state so expect the trump campaign to spend a lot of time paying attention of Minnesota's votes and to Hampshire close to older states that are disproportionately white gold plated which sort of planes into the face that he's been able to expand for Democrats they need to look south they need to look through the Sunbelt states that they may have ignored in the past the two thousand eighteen mid term elections not battle Rourke almost won a Senate race in Texas hi Hillary Clinton came closer to winning Texas then she did Ohio that tells me that the emerging opportunities for Democrats in places where the weather is really nice on the trail is read Wilson's new reported column always appreciate talking to you read thank you com all afternoon news on Cologne is for what it's worth I'm sherry Preston it is one of the traditions of the season finding that perfect Christmas tree and if you're unwilling to find a tree out in the wild well you'll be on the bad side of Clark was Walter satisfied was scrawny jet over priced three that I have no special and almost certainly more expensive than in years past around the country supplies are a bit tighter thanks the number of growers shrinking and taller trees are definitely in shorter supply so like Charlie Brown you may need to be satisfied with something a little smaller this if you don't get great last year the average price for three of three box seventy eight.

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"representative reagan hatcher" Discussed on KOMO

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05:54 min | 2 years ago

"representative reagan hatcher" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven seven julep here some of the other stories that we're following Mississippi's governor says he will ask the U. S. Supreme Court to uphold Mississippi's ban on abortion at fifteen weeks Republican Phil Bryant made the announcement on Twitter the Val comes Saturday a day after a federal appeals court ruled the ban was unconstitutional but Mississippi has been aiming for the Supreme Court all along leaders hope conservative justices will spur the High Court to overturn roe versus Wade a shooting at a mall outside Atlanta on Saturdays and shoppers fleeing in panic and some said they saw a wounded man in the food court the Cobb county police department said on Twitter that the shooting at the Cumberland mall on Saturday was an isolated incident between people who know each other and there is no active shooter one of the first black mayors of a major U. S. city has died former Gary mayor Richard Hatcher is dead at the age of eighty six his daughter the Indiana state representative Reagan Hatcher tenser dad died Friday at a Chicago hospital after became the political face of Gary Indiana then a political force for blacks after his groundbreaking election in nineteen sixty seven this is a common afternoon news rewind Democrats in Congress have catapulted president trump's impeachment toward a historic vote by the full house next week it's a very sad thing for our country but it seems to be very good for me politically it's expected the Democrats have enough votes to impeach president trump but it doesn't mean they'll all vote that way Jordan Phelps joining us on the como Newsline Jordan reports of some Democrats who might actually break party lines absolutely there are some moderate Democrats in district for president trump remains popular to next week's impeachment vote is just not cut and dry for them they could vote in favor of impeachment and then that could end up costing them at the polls next year course members of Congress are for election every two years so they are very much on the ballot all the time let's talk about what Mitch McConnell said today and how that has some Democrats furious yeah Mitch McConnell basically signaling that he is already in lockstep with the White House when it comes to putting out strategy for the Senate trial that has raised some alarm bells among some Democrats who say that during the Clinton impeachment they try to keep some distance between themselves and the White House but look this is a situation where the senators will act as jurors but this is not a traditional court of law this is a political court of law you know I don't know that anybody really expected that the Republicans wanna be coordinating with the White House but it is the kind of striking just how transparent McConnell as being about it now the president was wanting to bring out a bunch of witnesses he wants that whistle blower it sounds like McConnell and others want to reel him back at and have it not be such a show McConnell and a lot of top Republicans say there's just no appetite for having this drawn out dramatic trial in the Senate our sources in the White House palace back top aides around the president have been warming to this idea president trump today said he's okay with a long trial with the short trial he's gonna leave this up to Mitch McConnell but I was also told by a source in the White House that you know this is a president who I could take you know keep some surprises up his sleeve I would stay tuned to see what the president might still have up his sleeve if he might try to make some announcement queue at least custom headlines in in because the store even if he doesn't necessarily mean to make a show of things come January this is a huge historic moment on Capitol Hill describe the atmosphere well political rancor has really reached a fever pitch up here on Capitol Hill we had these two days of markup hearings in the Judiciary Committee and things just really boiled over during the course of that markup process but there's also a lot of fatigue up here on Capitol Hill this impeachment inquiry teams have been going on for many weeks the facts haven't really changed two people are going through the motions here and there's just so much political partisanship that folks are really just hired and I think just looking to get past that get on to their holiday vacation and then back in January for this to move to the Senate trial so there's a lot of political rancor but there's also a lot of exhaustion ABC's Jordan Phelps joining us from Washington thank you Jordan the come all afternoon news on Cologne is I'm Taylor Vance ice with another como extra in less than two weeks after it was launched an app called polls point that can help save lives in Pierce county has nearly six thousand downloads when someone called nine one one to report a cardiac emergency the apple X. nineteen first responder agencies across the county but captain Darren Shaw with central Pierce fire and rescue says the key is that polls point also notifies anyone who's downloaded the app within a quarter mile radius of the person who needs help it actually have several people who are CPR certified thirty chest compressions right away and in just the ninety square miles that his agency covers Shaw says that's nearly a thousand people thousand people who work there to be alerted to a CPR call in a public place I think it's outstanding he says you should be CPR certified to use the app but if you're not it's easy to get and free for most fire departments and the red cross close the Braves taking a CPR class ten years ago when you had to do mouth to mouth then you know of three the mask and all those things that's not the case nowadays it's simply compression then it's back shot is positive the polls point will save lives because in a cardiac emergency early CPR given in the moments before medics can get there I think it's just a matter of time before we're going to do another story of us the citizens who were there to save a life because they were there in a couple minutes versus not having any citizens are aware of the CPR call right next door he says the free polls point app has an average of about a hundred downloads per day on to the Vance I said that's another como.

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"representative reagan hatcher" Discussed on KOMO

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05:32 min | 2 years ago

"representative reagan hatcher" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven seven upload to live near some of the other stories that we're following Mississippi's governor says he will ask the US Supreme Court to uphold Mississippi's ban on abortion at fifteen weeks Republican Phil Bryant made the announcement on Twitter the Val comes Saturday a day after a federal appeals court ruled the ban was unconstitutional but Mississippi has been aiming for the Supreme Court all along leaders hope conservative justices will spur the High Court to overturn roe versus Wade a shooting at a mall outside Atlanta on Saturday said shoppers fleeing in panic and some said they saw a wounded man in the food court the Cobb county police department said on Twitter that the shooting at the Cumberland mall on Saturday was an isolated incident between people who know each other and there is no active shooter one of the first black mayors of a major US city has died former Gary mayor Richard Hatcher is dead at the age of eighty six his daughter the Indiana state representative Reagan Hatcher says her dad died Friday at a Chicago hospital after became the political face of Gary Indiana in a political force for blacks after his groundbreaking election in nineteen sixty seven this is a como afternoon news we why the political landscape for the twenty twenty election is shifting and read Wilson of the hill is on the trail with a fascinating new column that saying forget the pundits we need to pay attention to changing demographics and political alignments if we want to understand the battleground explain read Democrats don't even have a nominee so what are you learning about how states are drawing the battle lines well it looks like the traditional battle grounds that Americans sort of political class has paid attention to for the last twenty years may not be the battleground in which the twenty twenty races that fought you know Ohio has always been at the center of the American political fulcrum well it's not really it's becoming a much more conservative state now and therefore Democrats Republicans look elsewhere on their path back to the two hundred and seventy votes that they need to win back the White House there are emerging opportunities in states like Arizona North Carolina even Texas and Georgia pretty traditionally Republican states where Democrats are going to try to build their numbers on the Republican side Republicans are gonna find opportunities in states like Minnesota which haven't voted Republican since nineteen seventy two and states like New Hampshire which Republicans it's George W. bush's first right he Sam merging opportunities what are these opportunities and what does it mean when you think about the rise of a younger generation of voters millennials generations see who might be more liberal voters yeah one thing that we know is that Americans are excited about next year's elections old Democrat Republican men women everybody is keyed in tuned into this race at levels that I'm an approach you know pre election levels from twenty twelve for your two thousand eight so a ton of people are going to vote we've seen in election results in twenty nineteen and twenty eighteen that many younger voters turned out at disproportionately higher levels than they ever have before and it's likely that they boil generation and generation combined are going to be a larger portion of the electorate then the baby boomers that's the first time that that that will that will be able to say that the baby boomers are now left and thirty percent of the electorate down from a high of about forty percent to twenty years ago the wild jealousy and the bundles are approaching that forty percent number so this is this younger generation is really going to assert itself and I think that's why we're seeing states like Arizona and Georgia and Texas come into play for Democrats there it's simply a lot of those younger millennial and gently Fodor's in those states and if the Democrats make a concerted effort to turn them out to the polls well that's good because a lot of gaps that Hillary Clinton faced back in twenty sixteen you're a reporter not a political strategist but if you had to tell the candidates what to do when it came to the campaign trail what would you suggest well I think that both sides have an opportunity to grow their electoral base here president trump came within forty five thousand votes of winning Minnesota back in twenty sixteen and again no Republican since Richard Nixon has won that state so expect the trump campaign to spend a lot of time paying attention of Minnesota's votes and to Hampshire goes to older states that are disproportionately white gold plated which we sort of plays into the place that he's been able to expand for Democrats they need to look south they need to look for the Sunbelt states that they may have ignored in the past the two thousand eighteen mid term elections not that'll work almost won a Senate race in Texas hi Hillary Clinton came closer to winning Texas then she did Ohio that tells me that the emerging opportunities for Democrats in places where the weather is really nice on the trail is read Wilson's new reported column always appreciate talking to you read thank you como afternoon news on Cologne is for what it's worth I'm sherry Preston it is one of the traditions of the season finding that perfect Christmas tree and if you're unwilling to find a tree out in the wild well you'll be on the bad side of Clark Chris Walter satisfied was strongly dead over price trees that have no special and almost certainly more expensive than in years past around the country supplies are a bit tighter thanks the number of growers shrinking and taller trees are definitely in shorter supply so like Charlie Brown you may need to be satisfied with something a little smaller this don't get great last year the average price for a tree up three box seventy eight dollars in Indiana the salvation army getting enough money in one bell ringers bucket for about twenty trees all in a single point somebody dropped it in nineteen fifteen Austrian gold coins worth fifteen hundred dollars salvation army saying actually gets things like that more often than you.

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02:48 min | 3 years ago

"representative reagan hatcher" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We won't be silent controlled my voice. Nobody wants news. Real news real on that. Save money on gas. Every time you pump. Again, if you drive you out to get gas right yet. Download the free upside in pay less for gas than everyone else. Save up to twenty five cents a gallon. Every time you fill up use promo code four bonus twenty cents a gallon up. So forty five cents a gallon on your first fill up get up get up. That's promo code. Promo code Bank. Why are you still paying full price for gas? That's crazy yet. Download the upside app right now and save up to twenty five cents a gallon cashback every time you get get used promo code for an extra twenty cents a gallon for up to forty five cents a gallon cash back on your I fill up the free. Promo code. Thank got it. Good. We'll be there. WABC mobile news. The level of the. The. I'm Alison lemons. And here's what's trending this hour. A man is in the hospital after being beaten on the city's northeast side this morning. I was called to Essex court after a man was spotted laying down on a sidewalk police found the man had been beaten and suffered multiple injuries. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Officials are investigating one Indiana lawmaker wants to give students the option of putting down the scalpel and animals, virtually instead medicine McGill reports state Representative Reagan Hatcher of Gary has filed her alternatives to animal dissection Bill to help students. Go digital are UP y biology lecturer Robert y'all says virtual dissections work, but says actually dissecting an animal really goes a monopoly to be able to see what the true inside working look like and how they're related address. Bill also suggests using films pictures models or lives are in the wildlife zoo, instead, Madison, Gill, Ninety-three, WIBC mobile news and several local. Artists are sharing a two hundred and fifty one thousand dollar grant from the National Endowment for the arts nine Indiana, nonprofits, including the and the Bloomington based Lotus education and arts foundation has received grants to support their upcoming projects to individual. Who's your artists are also sharing the green to help further their work the awards over twenty seven million dollars around the country to help support local economies. Preserve American heritage, while embracing creative expression, I'm Alison lemons on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC.

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"representative reagan hatcher" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

"representative reagan hatcher" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Tucker Carlson is just so much parking and noise and yelling our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not gonna cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be signing who controls my voice. Nobody wants news. Real news. Real honest opinion. WABC mobile news all the level month ago. Now some lemons, and here's what's trending this hour. A man is in the hospital after being beaten on the city's northeast side this morning. I was called to Essex court after was spotted laying down on a sidewalk police found the man had been beaten and suffered multiple injuries. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Officials are investigating one Indiana lawmaker wants to give students the option of putting down scalpels animals virtually instead Madison Miguel reports state Representative Reagan Hatcher of Gary has filed her alternatives to animal dissection Bill to help students. Go digital UP y biology lecturer, Robert y'all says virtual dissections work, but as actually dissecting an animal, it really gives them an opportunity to be able to see what the true inside working really look like and how they're related Patras Bill also suggests using films pictures models or live observations.

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"representative reagan hatcher" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

"representative reagan hatcher" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"PC mobile news on the level on the go. Adele to make an will die section digital. I'm not. Here's what's trending this hour. State Representative Reagan Hatcher of Gary has found her alternatives to animal dissection Bill to help students. Go digital when it comes to animal. Dissections IEP biology lecturer, Robert y'all says virtual dissections work, but says actually dissecting an animal, but really gives them an opportunity to be able to see what the true inside workings of animals. Really look like and how they're related Patrick's Bill also suggests using films pictures models or live observations in the wild or zoo. Instead if you've lost something in downtown south bend chances are that it's not lost forever. Henry Davis reports WSB reports there's a new lost and found program in south bend city ambassadors. Have been picking up and keeping lost items in the same spot for the past couple of years. And now officials are encouraging you to reach out if you're missing something. Or if you've found something to turn in the program has purses wallets, car, keys, credit cards, ID's and many other items waiting to be claimed Henry Davis Ninety-three WIBC mobile news with the Oscars approaching next Sunday. Several AMC theaters across central Indiana are giving you the chance to see the movies nominated for best picture bohemian rhapsody in black man's men will be shown today and a star is born vice Black Panther and green book will be available next Saturday. The twenty third gases back on the rise here in Indiana with the average you have to pay to fill up your tank at two thirty one. That's according to gas, buddy dot com. I'm not us into Gill on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and.

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