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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The last election did we not we have the whole with the fear of the democrats and by the way this does seem like it's politics as usual for the democrats does it not let me correct myself completely there it really is the california democratic party voted to endorse a progressive state senator over incumbent senator dianne feinstein in the us senate and the party's executive board meeting though feinstein beat senator state senator kevin de leon by nearly thirty three points in the jungle primary last night progressive grassroots activists have largely taking control of the state party apparatus in recent years and a push for more liberal candidate to take on the trump administration's there you go so now there's that's where you're going where the party wishes to say to heck with the people it doesn't look democrats rank and file democrats doesn't matter whether it's the supreme court we wanna put somebody who was unaccountable who agrees with our day to day politics on the supreme court we wish to move further from a democracy or whether it's in the state of california where they say no the party apparatus wishes to endorse whom the people do not want yeah who are rank and file democratic voters do not want that's who we plan to endorse who the incumbent beat by a landslide and that's the party looking to take or the far left looking to take full control of the party itself which is what happened she won the jungle primary by over by nearly thirty three points now in in the decision by the party she received just seven percent of the vote okay all right other senator received sixty five percent of the vote she got seven percent.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on WJR 760

"In the last election did we not we have to whole with the fear of the democrats and by the way this does seem like it's politics as usual for the democrats does it not let me correct myself completely there it really is california democratic party voted to endorse a progressive state senator over incumbent senator dianne feinstein in the us senate and the party's executive board meeting though feinstein beat senator state senator kevin de leon by nearly thirty three points in the jungle primary last night progressive grassroots activists have largely taking control of the state party apparatus in recent years and a push for more liberal candidate to take on the trump administration's there you go so no there's that's where you're going where the party wishes to say to heck with the people it doesn't look democrats rank and file democrats doesn't matter whether it's a supreme court we wanna put somebody who was unaccountable who agrees with our day to day politics on the supreme court we wish to move further from democracy or whether it's in the state of california where they say no the party apparatus wishes to endorse whom the people do not want yeah who are rank and file democratic voters do not want that's who we plan to endorse who the incumbent beat by a landslide yep and that's the party looking to take or the far left looking to take full control of the party itself which is what happened but she she won the jungle primary by over by nearly thirty three points now in in the decision by the party should receive just seven percent of the vote okay all right senator received sixty five percent of the vote she got seven percent.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In the last election did we not we have to whole with the fear of the democrats and by the way this does seem like it's politics as usual for the democrats does it not let me correct myself completely there it really is california democratic party voted to endorse a progressive state senator over incumbent senator dianne feinstein in the us senate and the party's executive board meeting though feinstein beat senator state senator kevin de leon by nearly thirty three points in the jungle primary last night progressive grassroots activists have largely taking control of the state party apparatus in recent years a push for more liberal candidate to take on the trump administration's there you go so no there's that's where you're going where the party wishes to say to heck with the people it doesn't look democrats rank and file democrats doesn't matter whether it's the supreme court we wanna put somebody who was unaccountable who agrees with our day to day politics on the supreme court we wish to move further from a democracy or whether it's in the state of california where they say no the party apparatus wishes to endorse whom the people do not want yeah who are rank and file democratic voters do not want that's who we plan to endorse who the incumbent beat by a landslide yeah and that's the party looking to take or the far left looking to take full control of the party itself which is what happened the jungle primary by over by nearly thirty three points now in in the decision by the party she received just seven percent of the vote okay all right the senator received sixty five percent of the vote she got seven percent.

democratic party senator senator dianne feinstein us california senate executive senator kevin de leon seven percent sixty five percent
"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"People actually wished to endorse i believe we sort of saw that in the last election did we not the whole with the fear of the democrats and by the way this does seem like it's politics as usual for the democrats does it not let me correct myself completely there it really is california democratic party voted to endorse a progressive state senator over incumbent senator dianne feinstein in the us senate and the party's executive board meeting though feinstein beat senator state senator kevin de leon by nearly thirty three points in the jungle primary last night progressive grassroots activists have largely taking control of the state party apparatus in recent years and a push for more liberal candidate to take on the trump administration's there you go so no there's that's where you're going where the party wishes to say to heck with the people it doesn't look the democrats rank and file democrats doesn't matter whether it's the supreme court we wanna put somebody who was unaccountable who agrees with our day to day politics on the supreme court we wish to move further from a democracy or whether it's in the state of california where they say no the party apparatus wishes to endorse whom the people do not want yeah who are rank and file democratic voters do not want that's who we plan to endorse who the incumbent beat by a landslide and that's the party looking to take or the far looking to take full control of the party itself which is what happened but she won the jungle primary by over by nearly thirty three points now in in the decision by the party should receive just seven percent of the vote all right other center received sixty five percent of the vote she got seven percent.

democratic party senator senator dianne feinstein us california senate executive senator kevin de leon seven percent sixty five percent
"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The party together you couple so you couple this little moment here with the fact that the the state democrats in in california feinstein year you're not we're not going to endorse you yeah but the people are the people are voting you don't vote the people do endorsing her opponent okay but that's the party again going further left this is california and feinstein is getting the votes otherwise now for us she's four enough luck but not for the party and that's the point is that they need to be further and further left they need the party they need to drive the party further and further left the far left is driving the party right now the nbc headed to california democratic party abandons incumbent feinstein endorses opponent today's vote is a clear rejection of politics as usual in washington dc her opponents said in a statement yes of course it is and that is the fact that the party doesn't want to endorse who the people actually wished to endorse i believe we sort of saw that in the last election did we not the whole with the fear of the democrats and by the way this does seem like it's politics as usual for the democrats does it not let me correct myself completely there it really is the california democratic party voted to endorse a progressive state senator over incumbent senator dianne feinstein in the us senate and the party's executive board meeting though feinstein beat senator state senator kevin de leon by nearly thirty three points in the jungle primary last night progressive grassroots activists have largely taking control of the state party apparatus in recent years and a push for more liberal candidate to take on the trump administration's there you go so no there's that's where you're going we're the party wishes to say to heck with the people it doesn't look democrats are rank and file democrats doesn't matter whether it's the supreme court we wanna put somebody who was unaccountable who agrees with our day to day politics on the supreme court we wish to move further from a democracy or whether it's in the state of california where they say no the party apparatus wishes to endorse whom the people do not want yeah who are rank and file democratic voters do not want that's who we plan to endorse who the incumbent beat by a landslide and that's the party looking to take or the far left looking to take full control of the party itself which is what happened jungle primary by over by nearly thirty three points now in in the decision by the party should receive just seven percent of the vote okay all right other senator received sixty five percent of the vote she got seven percent.

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Chicago police clash with angry residents after deadly shooting

The Fullerton Financial Hour

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Chicago police clash with angry residents after deadly shooting

"Time it's twelve thirty mtr kenner up here's our top story community activists william callaway speaking out today after chicago police shooting yesterday which was resulted in the death of thirtysevenyearold hareth augusta's calloway says through the freedom of information act he asked for the immediate release of all officer body cam footage from last night's shooting we are saying that the police have shot and killed dozens if not hundreds over the past decades of black people but thickly black men unarmed and we're pissed off the shooting trigger tonight a protest leaving four officers injured and four protesters arrested a stunning setback for california senator dianne feinstein the california democratic party gave her endorsement to rival state senator kevin de leon he won the party not after yesterday's vote of the parties roughly three hundred and sixty member executive board now let's get a check on traffic here's my live in the valley chevy dealers traffic center hey mike got a crash in.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And more jobs this is npr news i'm tiffany camhi hi leaders of the california democratic party have endorsed state senator kevin de leon in his bid for the us senate snubbing his opponent and twenty six year incumbent dianne feinstein kqedorg on your hudson reports on last night's vote in oakland state senator kevin daily on one sixty five percent of the board members votes on saturday nights twenty eight percent voted for no endorsement which feinstein had asked her supporters to do the endorsement is a boost in daily owns bid for senate in the primary he trailed feinstein by more than thirty points earlier in the day feinstein said she was confident in her bid for senate regardless of the vote's outcome going into the june primary neither candidate got the party's endorsement and feinstein's still won by a large margin i mean this was not a close primary election and there were thirty two people on the ballot daily own is positioning himself to the left of feinstein and as a fiercer adversary to the trump administration today when you leaders ship in washington we don't need folks who plead patients with this president feinstein supporters say her seniority and experience in the senate make her better suited for that job i'm sonia hotson cake news state fire officials say a firefighter died battling a wildfire near yosemite national park yesterday the ferguson fire which started late friday night has burned four thousand acres in the sierra national forest according to cal fire thirty six year old brayden varney died saturday morning after his bulldozer overturned varney is survived by his wife and two young children meanwhile one of the largest wildfires to break out last month in northern california is now one hundred percent contained cal fire announced last night that the county fire which burned more than ninety thousand acres and destroyed twenty structures in napa and.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News time is nine nineteen we've got seventy two degrees and cloudy skies in boston good morning i'm art cohen wbz news are cop stories now president trump is on the golf course today in scotland but tomorrow is a different story he'll be meeting with russian president vladimir putin in finland to discuss a number of issues including syria and the two thousand sixteen presidential election democratic senator dianne feinstein of california had a surprising setback the democratic party endorsed senator kevin de leon instead it was a big surprise to feinstein who's running for a fifth term for people are in police custody after protests erupted in chicago following the fatal shooting of a local barber by police four officers were hurt demonstrations took a violent turn and protesters began throwing rocks at police the founder of papa john's at michi did use the n word in a training session but insists he didn't use it as a slur angela anderson has more john schnatter says he was conducting an exercise when he admittedly use the n word as an example of how not to behave schnatter also claims marketing agency tried to blackmail him for six million dollars before leaking the call as reported by w l k y several sports teams are cutting ties with the company and the company is trying to rework its image and advertisements without schnatter's face schneider has issued an apology he later resigned as the company's chairman supermodel kate upton and her husband astros pitcher justin verlander are pregnant upton posted a picture of her yesterday on instagram that revealed a slight baby bump with the caption hashtag pregnant in miami and also tagged your husband upton is currently in florida for miami swim week the second annual pokemon go festival kicked off yesterday in chicago's lincoln park this year organizers arranged for extra cellular service to avoid the communication problems experienced last year and so far the game is going smoothly michael ornelas traveled.

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UK PM May says Donald Trump told her to sue the EU over Brexit

Morning Edition

04:59 min | 3 years ago

UK PM May says Donald Trump told her to sue the EU over Brexit

"Live from npr news in washington i'm nora raum president trump believes later today for helsinki finland for a meeting tomorrow with russian president vladimir putin trump's now in scotland where he's been spending the weekend at one of his golf courses one of two in the country the president met last week with british prime minister theresa may she told the bbc's andrew maher today that previously trump had given her advice which she did not take trump had told her how to deal with european leaders on the uk's departure from the eu don't negotiate see them in court he told me i should sue you sue the city you negotiation susan actually no negotiations with may pointed out that during his visit the president had also told her not to walk away from negotiations secretaries of state from around the country and election security experts are gathered in philadelphia this weekend to discuss how to fight back against the threat of interference in november's midterms as whyy's bobby allen reports election watchers are especially alert about voter registration breaches department of homeland security officials say russians made efforts to hack into the election systems of at least twenty one states on the twenty sixteen presidential election and susan green hall with the national election defense coalition does not want to see that again in november so she's talking with top state officials about a nightmare scenario and adversary attacking voter registration databases on election day to change voter registration records and prevent people from voting on election day causing chaos and also sewing discord and mistrust in the system green hall says many state leaders have assured her that registration databases are getting increased security and election officials say they are developing backup plans in the event that voters have trouble casting ballots in november bobby allen npr news philadelphia after a month long run the men's world cup ends today with the final between france and croatia france was one of the favorites heading into the soccer tournament croatia surprise finalist thanks to the team's historic streak of endurance npr's tom goldman reports it's a day of i for croatia first time in a world cup final first team to get to the final after winning three straight time games and they're hoping the match with a first world cup championship france is favored it has the more talented lineup from forwards killing an mvp and antoine greece mun to rocksolid goalkeeper hugo lorries croatia particularly shines in midfield where luka modric excels with his ball handling and passing the french shouldn't rely on their opponents fatigue with those record three straight extra time wins croatia has proved it can go for as long as it takes but if france can outlast the croatians it will mean a second championship and first since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight tongue goldman npr news this is npr news from washington the united nations issued a report today that the number of civilians killed in afghanistan in the first half of the year increased by one percent this year one thousand six hundred ninety two civilians died the most since the un mission in afghanistan began keeping track of civilian deaths in two thousand nine the report said more than half those deaths were attributed to islamic state the last two blockbuster stores in alaska are shutting their doors tomorrow marking the end one of the last strongholds of the video rental business as npr's laura sydell reports that leaves only one blockbuster in the united states in the pre internet days blockbuster was the place to go when you wanted to watch a movie at home but the internet has moved the rental business online blockbusters all over the country shut their doors but the alaska stronghold state and business partially because high speed internet in the state was expensive now the last two stores one in anchorage and one in fairbanks are calling it quits the last blockbuster standing is in bend oregon the satirist john oliver did a segment on the alaska stores he sent them russell crowe memorabilia including a jockstrap crow war in cinderella man the hope was that the stores could sell the items for money or use it to draw customers the under says he'd like to return the jockstrap laura sydell npr news the california democratic party has given its endorsement for the senate seat now held by dianne feinstein it's not for feinstein but for another democrat state senator kevin de leon who is considered to be a long shot in the general election member i'm nora raum npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include e c m c foundation working through improve postsecondary educational outcomes for under served students through evidence based innovation learn more at e cmc mc foundation.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio now a global news update summit crap ceasefire i'm barbara kusak locals had a less than warm welcome for president trump as he prepares his golf course in scotland for a summit with russia's president in helsinki on monday here in glasgow antitrump sentiment was part of lgbt pride celebration imbros though thousands turned out that's a chant of nazi scum off our streets it was in response to some protrump protesters showing up including a few wearing hats saying britain great again mr president down in london similar scene played out with right wing activists generally opposed to immigration facing off with mast antitrump protesters bob costantini lasco referring to trump's plan summit with vladimir putin secretary of state mike pompeo said he's confident the meeting will put america in a better place the militant groups controlling gaza's say they have reached a ceasefire agreement with israel after a sudden surge of fighting in rocketfire correspondent ian lee says it remains to be seen whether it will hold these kind of situations always have the potential of getting out of hand and possibly leading to another warrant that's why there were reports that the un in egypt were working hard behind the scenes to broker a ceasefire senator dianne feinstein got the snub from california's democratic party it decided to give its official endorsement to state senator kevin de leon her longshot democratic challenger during an interview with piers morgan president trump took the rather unusual step of disclosing details about his conversation with britain's queen elizabeth when he agreed brexit was a very complex problem trump also called the ninety two year.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The cyclist borer parasite can cause diarrhea stomach pain fatigue and nausea allison aubrey npr news this is npr from news i'm tiffany cam high california's democratic party leaders are in oakland this weekend where the party is expected to endorse several candidates and initiatives on the november ballot cake sonia hudson is at the executive board meeting now attending a unity breakfast with us senator dianne feinstein hi sonya hi tiffany so party members are voting tonight on whether or not to endorse incumbent senator dianne feinstein or state senator kevin de leon for the us senate race and this unity breakfast is sort of a response to that yeah it's been reported that senator feinstein has been reaching out to democratic party leader is asking them not to formally endorse a candidate in the senate race in the name of party unity and with california's top two elections we have two democrats facing off against each other rather than the traditional lineup of a democrat or republican so they're trying to avoid this kind of interparty fighting and you know a lot of people that i've talked to today have said you know this is too fragile at the time for the democrats the republicans are two powerful and they can't afford to lose feinstein seniority in the senate okay well that sounds nice on feinstein's part but there's a little bit more to this right maybe some political strategy yeah so at the state democratic convention in february daily own got more endorsement votes than feinstein and while feinstein swept the primary with a thirty point lead that vote at the convention was kind of a thing in her armor the party has moved farther to the left and you know find sounds kinda fallen out of favor and so you know the cynical view that she's calling for unity so that she doesn't lose an endorsement daily on all right thanks sonia that was sonja hudson in oakland where democratic party leaders are meeting and.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the time is five thirty from kiki weedy news i'm tiffany cam high leaders of california's democratic party are in oakland this weekend for its executive board meeting where the party is expected to dole out endorsements of several candidates and initiatives heading to the november ballot here to give us a preview of the dams weekend agenda is kick the politics and government reporter guy marzorati high guy hey tiffany so what exactly happens at these meetings so as you mentioned it's party leaders it's party delegates and in addition to rallying the base for the november election networking socializing i think the most important thing this weekend is the endorsement process and this is kind of a function of the top two primary that we have in california you know in the past there would be this primary convention that the democrats would have in the winter in which they would endorse candidates for the primary will now you have general elections that also have to democrats so they're gonna have to go through this endorsement process again for a few races in which it's the democrat democrat november and they're also going to have to do that for the ballot measures that twelve currently ballot measures that are headed for number ballot and the big news out this week is the possible endorsement in the us senate race we have two democrats running against each other twenty six year incumbent dianne feinstein and state senator kevin de leon so what does it mean for either of these candidates to have an endorsement from the party well it's interesting that feinstein in advance of this event reached out to delegates and said you know in the interest of party unity would ask that you not endorse anybody now that sounds like a really nice gesture on her part it's also strategic in back in the convention in february daily on got more endorsement votes in her it ended up not making any difference you've finished three points have had head of him in the primary so when feinstein looks at this i think the best case scenario is there is no endorsement you know she's still the heavy favorite to win november for daily own he needs this endorsement a lot more and he and no means is backing down and saying don't doors anyone in in in the spirit of unity he's very much working to get this endorsement this weekend and what it means basically is the party puts out these endorsements and then when you in the fall in september and october get those little male or cards that lists the democratic party slate end their recommendations on who to vote for this is where that gets decided and so for daily own who has such an uphill climb if he's going to knock off senator dianne feinstein something like this getting the official party endorsement means a lot more to him and what are some of the other hot ticket endorsements being looked at well i mentioned the ballot measures i think the big one dividing democrats and that could divide democrats all the way to november is proposition ten so this is basically asking voters to repeal cost a hawkins which is a rent control legislation that banned cities from putting in place new rent control laws so i think you're going to see that this weekend it'll be really interesting to see where delegates land but that division among democrats on rent control it's gonna continue past this weekend's convention and is there anything else on the agenda that we should be looking out for we mentioned kevin daily tonight he's hosting a instead of the regular ice cream social which often happens if these conventions he's having a abolish ice cream social in reference to this issue that a lot of progressive democrats have taken up to get rid of ice and reform the way homeland security deals with immigration i think issues like that you'll you hear democrats debating and talking about where they stand while also try really to form a sense of unity around issues that can carry into november all right thanks guy thank you that was ud politics and government reporter guy marzorati we'll have more coverage of the california democratic party board meeting this weekend i'm tiffany cam high k q e news support for kqed comes.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The only place that looks like democrats might have gotten shut out district eight which is very very republican leaning national democrats weren't really seriously contesting it the incumbent republican congressman there paul cook one reelection in two thousand sixteen by twenty five point margin so in that case in the journal election he might be up against another republican instead of a democrat but that was sort of to be expected for that one district eight of them and that it's going to be democrat versus republican democrats are going to be trying to out to unseat a whole bunch of republicans all across the state the other thing that had been of concern for california democrats or at least concern of incumbent democratic senators in washington was what was going to happen to senator dianne feinstein in the past few months there'd been lots of hand ringing and speculation about feinstein's ability to hold onto her seat well she ran away with it yesterday in the primary look at that distance between her and the second place finisher she got forty three percent of yesterday's vote the distant second place finisher was democratic state senator kevin de leon with eleven percent there will be no republican in the general election race for senate in california in the fall so it looks like democrats had a really good night they basically got what they were hoping for they got democratic candidates getting enough votes to challenge republicans in all but one congressional district republicans completely shut out of the us senate race the only feet the democrats didn't manage was a particularly long shot dream that they might shut out all repub.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Lot of problems that need solving it appears at the filing of this report that her opponent in november could be another democrat stay senator kevin de leon that's possible because of the direct primary aka jungle primary where republicans and democrats all run together voters can vote for whomever the top two votegetters regardless of party will be in the runoff in november that being said there will be some classic democrat versus republic races in which the democrats hope to win over and take back control of congress the top spot in the state governor will be one of those classic to party battles democratic lieutenant governor gavin newsom will face republican businessman john cox who was endorsed by the way by president donald trump and who had this message for new semester made it clear that he wanted to run against me instead of another democrat well as i told them in san jose at the debate be careful mr newsom be careful what you wish for speed al democrat and former twotime la mayor antonio via reducer for the second spot in november was brings us to that printing error problem when more than one hundred eighteen thousand voters showed up to cast their ballots at more than fifteen hundred polling places in l a county their names were not on the list of eligible voters the county registrar says it was a random printing error but vera goza says he wants an investigation many people were turned away we've been told that a number of people were turned away and weren't allowed to cast a provisional ballot we've got to figure that out but county registrar dean logan says there's nothing to figure out the people whose names were missing were offered provisional ballots certainly if voters were unable to vote that would be that would be something that we need to look at but that's not the case here voters were still able to vote and he says those voters will be notified once they're eligibility is confirmed that their vote is counted overall it may take several days to determine.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven minutes after the hour voters went to the polls and primaries in eight states yesterday california's governor races set democratic lieutenant governor gavin newsom will face off against republican businessman john cox in november but jim roope reports of printing error could delay the outcomes of some key races in the golden state i the races eighty four year old four term senator democrat dianne feinstein will have an opportunity for a fifth term we have a lot of problems that need solve it did appears at the filing of this report that her opponent in november could be another democrat state senator kevin de leon that's possible because of the direct primary aka jungle primary where republicans and democrats all run together voters can vote for whomever and the top two votegetters regardless of party will be in the runoff in november that being said there will be some classic democrat versus republic races in which the democrats hope to win over and take back control of congress the top spot in the state governor will be one of those classic to party battles democratic lieutenant governor gavin newsom will face republican businessman john cox who was endorsed by the way by president donald trump and who had this message for new semester nurse and made it clear that he wanted to to run against me instead of another democrat well as i told him in san jose at the debate be careful mr newsom be careful what you wish for democrat and former twotime la mayor antonio via reducer for the second spot in november which brings us to that printing error problem when more than one hundred eighteen thousand voters showed up to cast their ballots at more than fifteen hundred polling places in l a county their names were not on the list of eligible voters the.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Lot of problems that need solving it appears at the filing of this report that her opponent in november could be another democrat state senator kevin de leon that's possible because of the direct primary aka jungle primary where republicans and democrats all run together voters can vote for whomever at the top two vote getters regardless of party will be in the runoff in november that being said there will be some classic democrat versus republican races in which the democrats hope to win in november and take back control of congress the top spot in the state governor will be one of those classic to party battles democratic lieutenant governor gavin newsom will face republican businessman john cox who was endorsed by the way by president donald trump and who had this message for new semester nurse and made it clear that he wanted to run against me instead of another democrat well as i told them in san jose at the debate be careful mr newsom be careful what you wish for democrat and former twotime la mayor antonio via reducer for the second spot in november which brings us to that printing error problem when more than one hundred eighteen thousand voters showed up to cast their ballots at more than fifteen hundred polling places in l a county their names were not on the list of eligible voters the county registrar says it was a random printing error but via regatta says he wants an investigation many people were turned away we've been told that a number of people were turned away and weren't allowed to cast a provisional ballot got to figure that out but county registrar dean logan says there's nothing to figure out the people whose names were missing were offered provisional ballots certainly if voters were unable to vote that would be that would be something that we need to look at but that's not the case here voters were still able to vote and he says those voters will be notified once their eligibility is confirmed that their vote is counted overall it may take several days to determine the results of many california races jim roope los angeles coming up on ten after the super bowl champ philadelphia eagles are being accused by the white house of pulling up political stunt by not coming to washington for that traditional visit bob costantini has the story of a brief alternative ceremony president trump hosted in what was billed as a celebration of america.

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Scores more homes destroyed by lava flow on Hawaii's Big Island

The Savage Nation

01:24 min | 3 years ago

Scores more homes destroyed by lava flow on Hawaii's Big Island

"Right after this month they thought they had a pretty good chance of winning that doesn't mean they can't take the house back but it just makes the hill steeper complicates the map also in california democratic senator dianne feinstein is advancing to the november ballot in tuesday's primary overwhelmingly cast their ballots for the eighty four year old who had served in the senate since nineteen ninetytwo inside by the way is the oldest member of the senate over two dozen other candidates vying for the second spot but right now the top contender is democratic state senator kevin de leon dozens of people are dead as rescue efforts continue in guatemala following the eruption of the waco volcano meanwhile on hawaii's big island homes have been wiped out by lava jim rupe tells more many of the more than one hundred sixty homes destroyed by lava aren't just burnt to the ground but buried under several feet of lava many places where once stood homes can ever be reconstructed to landmark scenic spots are gone forever look lakes is no stopping talmadge magna hawaii county civil defense director says it's like a flood it's just pouring out covering everything is love front is a half mile wide emptying into the pacific merican companies have acknowledged a record two hundred one billion dollars in stock buybacks and cash takeovers and may apple made up nearly half that total micron technology and qualcomm rounded out the top three futures up thirty two i'm elliot francis.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Singapore with kim jong un citing the north's recent angry statements but after young issued a conciliatory message the summit now seems to be back on track as originally scheduled over the weekend south korean president moon jaein met with kim jong un and says the north korean leader still hopes to meet with trump for npr news i'm jason structure and soul and you're listening to npr news from k q e d news i'm brian watt a plane crash near the petaluma airport yesterday killed two people according to petaluma fire officials the crash occurred just after four pm on east washington street near old adobe road both of the people who died were on board the small single engine plane their names have not been released fire officials say the cause of the crash is unknown the federal aviation administration and the national transportation safety board are investigating the incident marks the second fatal plane crash near petaluma airport in two months one week before the election senator dianne feinstein will be at a memorial day event in san francisco today poll show her running well ahead of fellow democrat kevin daily own but q politics editor scott shafer says de leon isn't giving up down in the polls far behind in campaign cash and name id state senator kevin de leon is undaunted he says he's challenging senator feinstein because she's out of sync with california values it's not about the status quo thought about these stylish majority that quite frankly hasn't been working for us in california it's about having that change and giving the voters a new choice the la democrat is author of the controversial sanctuary state law as well as measures on gun control and climate change still most voters don't know who he is but under california's top two primary system if he comes in second deli own we'll have another five months to convince voters he's the one to replace feinstein in the us senate i'm scott shafer cake you.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Of andarcoperu lauren we are very privileged to have senator kevin daily on here with us off go right to a a you're good good with that yeah dealing and the shell whenever you say well i mean just saying you're good words gets you always bear the tires you possibly can and this is a senate president protem state senator kevin de leon senator thank you for joining us dr drew how you doing lawrence good afternoon we're doing great let's start with your proposal to repeal clean power plan uh it well the the the your comments as far as the epa proposal to repeal that clean power plan well i think that the the the decision betrays the the federal government's legal obligation to reduce carbon pollution at a time when we are already from the impacts of climate change across the nation it it it puts see the shortterm profits of coal executives above the public's interest in clean air and the health of our children and as we all know is he knows specially dr kohl is the leading source of toxic mercury lead to suit and other harmful air pollutants setback cause asthma the cause heart disease and cause cancer and there's a growing body of evidence linking air pollution to the early onsite onset of dementia as well as alzheimer's so obviously it puts our children it puts elderly americans uh and the very very vulnerable position to dirtier it can have as we know life flung consequences so i think that uh this administration clearly uh uh is is harmful to the uh public health outcomes of the most vulnerable uh in in in america so what are we doing different in california i i'm here to different initiatives are tipped them folks i hear which is one is the particular matter in the air and the other is the the gas the carbon dioxide the carbon footprint and and we do a pretty good job in california right we were now sixty percent natural gas we do relaxed their to third in the nation in in uh non hydroelectric sort of other sources of energy we were doing a pretty good job what what what does your resistance due to the state of california specifically well here in california a two cars the crime and.

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"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"senator kevin de leon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The challenge wise because we hadn't seen them be forced to take a public position and i do know that like you know someone like assemblyman jim cooper who is a former law enforcement officer have worked and and tried to help mediate this dispute i would say a bigger real hurdle was the governor and this idea that he would vitez something if he didn't see some changes he is close to the sheriff's they've worked with him on a lot of his criminal justice reform returned general yeah he is a former attorney general um you know i think it's interesting this cher rifts have not come out and as daily unsaid made a public comments about this i would guess given that that they're not going to necessarily support the building might just not by us it but um you know they in this summer as they sort of ramped up their opposition made some comments to those of us in the media sort of saying you know we have a system that works right now they mentioned the trust active 24 teen in the truth act of 2017 and i thought those are the funny because they actually opposed both as bells and so i think what you see in not just in this but in a lot of the reforms they the california politicians and voters have pushed is that law enforcement comes long a little more there are a little more reticent and they were at the table for this and i do think that they got a lot of um compromises in here that did do protect the things they were concerned about and we should say not all sheriff's opposed the bill of of vicky hennessy here in san francisco charlie beck in los angeles and even former attorney general eric holder came out of four he press conference to los angeles and said 'haves this is constitutional this passes muster so it wasn't across the ward but obviously la and certainly san francisco are outliers iin the law enforcement right and they have some of the oldest sanctuary policies themselves the really it's not if there's no skin off their nose to oppose this because their local policies over and laws already go further in some ways than sb 54 well i mean you bring up an interesting point about holder in.

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