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"senatorial campaign committee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The alarm but we don't know the answer to that but we do know that it's diminished trust among the justices yet another institution further polarized And on Friday in Atlanta justice clarence Thomas spoke to the 11th circuit judicial conference and he said that government institutions should not be bullied into giving the outcomes certain people want Democrats of course said wasn't that exactly what Thomas wife Ginny Thomas was doing when she sent 29 text messages to the Trump White House around January 6th urging them to keep fighting to overturn the results of the 2020 election and outcome that she didn't like But I think the bottom line is that last week's leak is just another blow to the high court's disappearing image as some kind of nonpartisan umpire that calls balls and strikes Okay so I mean what about the political fallout over this draft opinion Obviously you're looking at the politics of this Sure Democrats are outraged They hope this will energize their voters What's been sizing has been the reaction of Republicans in Washington who are not rejoicing loudly along with their base of pro life activists maybe because they understand they have not won the battle for hearts and minds on this issue polls continue to show a big majority of Americans favor keeping row rather than getting rid of it I guess I described the political battle that's shaping up as which party can be painted as more extreme on abortion and which party can capture consensus opinion on this issue and believe it or not there is a consensus on this This used to be understood as abortion being safe legal and rare In other words people are uncomfortable with no restrictions They don't want abortion on demand but they want to keep row They don't want abortion made illegal after 15 weeks They don't like it when the law starts prosecuting patients and providers So I think that's why you saw the national Republican senatorial campaign committee telling their candidates to stress that they are compassionate on this issue They're not against contraception or jailing women And that's kind of hard to do when you've got as Sarah mentioned Republicans all over the country legislators talking about making giving feed fetuses rights at fertilization even Mitch McConnell the Senate Republican leader said that criminalizing abortion excuse me a national ban on abortion is quote possible Okay so Senate but Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer says there will be a vote next week on a bill to protect abortion access But that's another very long shot in the Senate right Right Democrats don't have the votes to pass that Bill It's a messaging Bill And that's why democratic strategists say Democrats have to be really careful that they don't get painted as the party of abortion on demand that they become the party of abortion being safe legal and rare But how much of this is actually going to affect the midterms Is abortion going to be a motivator especially when you have things out there like inflation and you know those kind of pocketbook issues That is the giant question here Will this issue do more than just change some races around the edges Will this help Democrats close the enthusiasm gap Their voters are less excited about the election less likely to turn out than Republicans inflation and the economy are still the number one issues If inflation sticks around if COVID sticks around this is still a sour electorate that's unhappy with the party in power And we don't know how much the abortion debate is going to change that Okay and the minute we have left we talked before about whether Donald Trump's endorsement is a kingmaker There were some tests last week What did we find Well we found out that in Ohio he is the kingmaker He endorsed JD Vance who was pulling in single digits but then Vance surge clinched the nomination Trump wants to do the same thing in Pennsylvania where he's endorsed celebrity doctor mehmed Oz Oz is running against David McCormick whose wife served in the Trump White House but Trump is leaning hard against McCormick and at a rally on Friday He called McCormick a quote liberal Wall Street Republican who managed money for communist China Here's what he said So I don't know David well and he may be a nice guy but he's not maga He's not mad guy Yeah he went on to say he's not my guy And what is really McCormick's big sin talking about Trump's responsibility for the January 6th insurrection and he has refused to support Trump's big lie that he was the true winner of.
"senatorial campaign committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Savings $500 per year on average And we can do these things by making sure that no one earning less than $400,000 a year will pay a single penny more in federal taxes All we're asking is that the wealthiest Americans and the largest corporations began to pay their fair share At least part of their fair share You've heard me say it before I'm a capitalist I believe you should be able to make much money as you legally can But just pay your fair share There's no reason why a billionaire should be paying a lower tax rate than a teacher or a firefighter That's a sharp contrast to what today's Republican Party is offering And if they hadn't put this in print you'd think I was making it up Senator Rick Scott of Florida the United States senator who's leading the Republican national senatorial campaign committee Released what he calls the ultra maga agenda It's a my agenda all right Let me tell you about this ultra maga agenda It's extreme as most maga things are It will actually raise taxes on 75 million American families Over 95% of whom make less than a $100,000 a year Among the hardest hit working families kids with folks Imagine your family for and you don't pay you don't make enough money to have federal taxes You're not because you don't You don't make enough money to pay them You pay all your taxes but you just don't make enough And under this new plan this tax plan the ultra maga agenda while big corporations and billionaires are going to pay nothing more The working class folks are going to pay a hell of a lot more And it goes further than that This extreme Republican agenda calls for Congress Now this is I'm not making this up either You got to really think about this It requires a vote if it were to pass Every 5 years the Congress would have to vote to reinstate or eliminate social security Medicare and Medicaid Social security is something seniors have paid in for their whole life And it has to be reauthorized has to be reauthorized every 5 years Look again it's hard to make this up But then again it's a mega agenda You know meanwhile millionaires and billionaires and corporations skate by Imagine that just imagine that I think it is truly outrageous I've offered a different plan a plan rooted in American values of fairness and decency Wealthy folks in corporations will pay a little more Billionaires will have to pay a minimum tax And again most importantly no one making less than $400,000 will pay a penny more in federal taxes We're going to protect this strength and social security Medicare not put it on the block every 5 years Let me remind you again I reduced the federal deficit all the talk about the deficit from my Republican Friends I love it I've reduced it $350 billion in my first year in office And we're on track to reduce it by the end of September by another $1 trillion 500 billion The largest drop ever I don't want to hear Republicans talk about deficits and their ultra maga agenda I want to hear about fairness I want to hear about decency All of our help on ordinary people the bottom line is that for decades the trickle down economics has failed As income inequity grew to historic levels under the Republicans.
"senatorial campaign committee" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Need to know when it comes to the influencing factors behind the scenes so while democrats claim that they've been fighting relentlessly to extend the eviction moratorium. the fact of the matter is behind the scenes. There's been quite a bit of money pouring into their campaigns in regard to Real estate interests and how they certainly did not want an extension of the moratorium The the eviction moratorium now this report by the daily poster looks into some pretty wealthy people related or involved in the real estate industry. Here's what they found. George marcus for instance. He's the chairman of both the massive real estate brokerage marcus and mila camp and the real estate investment trust essex property trust and. They donated one million dollars on june i. I think that dates very relevant june first to house majority pack a super pac that works to elect democratic lawmakers. The donation amounted to nearly seven percent of the total funding. The committee has raised so far this year so huge portion of their funding so. I'm sure i'm sure that money comes with no strings attached. And i'm sure that that june first date of the campaign donations or campaign. Donations just legalize bribes to various Democratic organizations sure has nothing to do with the looming expiration on the eviction moratorium. Marcus also donated two hundred sixty three thousand four hundred dollars june to a joint fundraising committee benefiting pelosi's campaign her leadership pack and the democratic congressional campaign committee and of course he donated quite a bit of money during the election cycle as well in fact during Twenty twenty during that election cycle. Marcus donated a combined one million dollars to the triple c. and the democratic senatorial campaign committee. He contributed three point. Five million dollars to senate majority pack and three million dollars to house majority pack and what about biden while he donated handsomely to joe biden as well. Marcus donated four million dollars to super pacs that supported biden including priorities. Usa two million dollars for them unite the country one million dollars for them and american bridge. Pack one million dollars for them. He also hosted a biden fundraiser. Back in two thousand nine hundred nine and donated half a million dollars to the biden victory fund. So this is a guy who's throwing around quite a bit of money who has a stake in the game in regard to The eviction moratorium. And i'm sure has no sway over the decisions that democrats made in allowing the moratorium to expire now biden in a story that broke just before we went on air has decided to extend the moratorium up to sixty days in targeted areas of the country. Where we're seeing spikes in corona virus But we'll see how this all plays out. It's important to understand what the real influencing factors are behind the scenes. Not about like all we just didn't it's the supreme court we're so afraid of the supreme.
"senatorial campaign committee" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Absorbing thinking about Ali. Even though I never met him, And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take trump out to night. But they're not. No, no, they're not gonna stop and that they're not. This is a movement. I'm telling you. You're not going to stop and everyone beware because they're not going to stop it is going to. They're not going to stop before Election Day in November, and they're not going to stop after election Day, And that should be. Everyone should take note of that on both levels that this isn't they're not gonna let up and they should not. And we should not. I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building. Peacefully and patriotic Lee make your voices heard. Words matter Now, let me ask you a question. Austin Goolsbee. I would never do this. But let's just play a little game here. If I said about Joe or any liberal justice on the Supreme Court that they're gonna pay a price, and they're not gonna know what hit him. That insurrection if I talked about beating the hell out of Joe Biden is that insurrection If I said I'm gonna take trump out tonight, I said that about any Democrat. Or right after the riots in Minneapolis. They're not going to stop. They shouldn't stop. We shouldn't stop B where you better take note. Would that be viewed as inciting insurrection? Intellectual honesty moment. It would definitely be viewed is inflammatory. And I'd say those statements were inflammatory. If you said that the reality is if you said that And then the group who you said it to turn around and win and smash the windows and threatened to kill major leaders. And then they would come after you and say you incited the crowd. If you said those inflammatory things. But there was no immediate reaction of the people. You were saying it, Theo. Then it would probably just be forgot which it sounds like a lot of those ones are just for gotten. I could take you back and I can quote you chapter and verse and you know, I do my research of every Democrat in 4000 and 1 2000 and four and 5, 2016 and 17. That actually challenged the election results. They'd all be names that, you know, Starting with Barbara Boxer Joe Biden, Sheila Jackson Lee. I'll see Hastings, Reverend Jackson and on and on and on Woman Would you like me, Tonto? You recall Said they were in every case. Told every overruled by their own party. In the case of John Kennedy challenged electors did they tried to challenge the thing and the Democrats overruled their own party. To shut that down, So I do kind of think the Argument that the Republican Party has to be convinced to shut down its own radical fringe who's espousing potentate crazy electoral views. Is a bit of a nice stayed very focused on the law. And constant and our Constitution and state constitutions I talked about was not that you don't even know this Austin. I'll help educate you again. I bet you don't know that Wisconsin law does not allow for early voting. Same of Michigan. Did you know that? I don't follow their constitutions. Okay? Did you know that Pennsylvania Constitution does not allow the Pennsylvania State Constitution does not allow For early voting, except in rare circumstances, and that was literally circumvented by another branch of their government. Their legislative this pretty rare circumstance. Well, it just I'm just telling you what happened. I think it's a legitimate constitutional issue in the state of Georgia. The secretary of state without consulting Secretaria. That's good. Well, yeah, okay. He'll be supporting Stacey Abrams any day now, but anyways, But in fairness, he signed a consent decree after being sued by the Democratic Party of Georgia, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and a congressional committees. And he created what is a two tier System of signature verification. Now, I would argue if you look at Bush v. Gore that that would be unconstitutional. Um, in my humble opinion, is that a fair analysis on my partner? My Looney tune that needs to be deep program with that Z closer to lose two, then constitutional expertise. I don't know if you need it de programming. Look, the thing is Joe bright and won the election by more than seven million. He's gonna be inaugurated tomorrow. Well, I mean, we don't want to pull layers off. Conspiracy and the number of votes don't matter, Not just Arizona, and we have an electoral college..
"senatorial campaign committee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"How much has changed for women in politics since the early nineties? This week, swearing in of Kamila Harris is vice president was a moment to take stock of through my cheers, and they were many tears of joy. I just Really thought through all of the work. Had been part of it. Emily's list and what Emily's list has done to get to this moment and knowing Vice President Harris and what that moment and what her leadership is going to mean for little girls and little boys all across this country. It's almost overwhelming to Mei is just such an honor to even have a little Part of this journey of hers and of this country's You know, I think the expectation was in 2015 and 2016. Hillary Clinton, First woman on the ballot as a presidential candidate in her own right. That was going to be the year we'd see record numbers of women running and there they were. But it wasn't until Donald Trump. Took office that you saw the explosion of women. And I want you to talk a little bit about that and what it may tell us about the incentive structure here that having a woman on the ballot may have inspired some women. To run to get involved. But it really was having Donald Trump in office that seemed to be the bigger catalyst. We'll always said the one thing we don't know because it didn't happen. Is what what would have been if Hillary Clinton had become president of the United States and how that would have inspired love women to step up and rise up and to have a A president Hillary Clinton calling upon women to rise up and step up to run for office. So I'm always a little careful about this question, because we don't actually know what would have happened. But clearly the election of Trump was a catalyst that happened immediately where women of all backgrounds and not all geography is and all professions. Said. I got to get involved now, in a way that I have never thought about it before. And if that guy Gets to be president and ruin my community. Then I sure can be the person who runs for office and steps up and fights against that. The numbers Amy and you've seen that and we're over 60,000 women now who have contacted Emily's list. You're a variety of ways looking to run for office. Some have run somewhere, planning their runs summer looking down the road, but this isn't a moment and it's not going away and I do not believe it's slowing down. Thinking about women who don't want to run for office but want to be involved in politics. And so your book talks a lot about what it takes to be a candidate, But I want to talk to you about the women who are actually involved in these campaigns. Traditionally, you'd see women in finance or organizing in the field, but not so many in those top sort of front facing jobs. Obviously, we know a woman ran Joe Biden's campaign, so things are changing. But is that enough? And what about getting more women of color into those more high profile jobs? I have definitely seen over the last few decades and increase of Of women, leading as campaign managers calms directors of slowly breaking into the digital front. But that's starting to happen now, too. That was a slow go to start with, and we are now being much more intentional, also of getting women of color in in these positions as well, because that that we're really far behind. And I can see that as campaign managers little tiny bit better on coms. Fundraising is I hate to say a very white profession. We gotta stop that. We gotta break that and and slowly But surely, I think we will. We've got to be intentional about it. And that's like all of this just doesn't happen. Naturally. If it did, we wouldn't be talking about it. I remember when As I started in finance, so I was a fundraiser that was my specialty. And my for my first paid gig for a candidate was finance director for now late Mary Reader in Minnesota's first congressional district. Back in 1996. And that was like what women did, and I hardly knew anybody who had crossed over and I moved to the committees and worked at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. And if you took a snapshot of us in 1999 Was like, almost all. Not all but almost all of the finance. People were women. And almost all of the political folks were men. I mean, it was stunning and, oh, almost are white. And it is just so so shocking. And so when I made the transition from finance to campaign management Uh, because frankly, JB push, who was running the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee of at the time was willing to give me a shot. In fact, two years before that, Jim Jordan, who was executive director Couple years before that also gave me a shot at me, too. So two white guys gave did give me in fact, a shot. And JB, though, really did invest some time to getting me on John Testers races. The campaign manager and John was fine with it, and I didn't even think about the gender component of it and tell some of my Girlfriends and finance went. How did you do that? Like you crossed over. It was like I walked on water came out on the other side. And I just as well. I mean, I'm part of part of his. It's what I wanted. I always thought of myself as a generalist and a lot of other ways because of my master's in political management from George Washington University, even though as I was a specialist and finance No. And I had some folks who believed in me at the right time..
"senatorial campaign committee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I'm very happy about it. What I like to think that he is, in fact, a Loki progressive and I'm reasonably progressive E could say that fact. They say That is a fact. Anyway. Joining us Congressman Doug Collins on hey, knows a lot about the state of Georgia. Did you hear about that project very touched tape among. Of course, he's really radical left. But we're going to hide it from the people of Georgia. Excuse me, the rednecks in Georgia. To convince them that he's something that he's not. Yes, on it. It doesn't surprise me. I mean it. Look, they come down here. The little come down here. They think that said the rest of us out here are just you know, the horrible rednecks. The ones who don't get it that we can be, Uh, you know, manipulator, and the problem is, everybody know soon. Going off is he is not modern should not even portraying to be moderate. He is. He is a liberal in the vein of, uh you know, the sea and the rest of them and, well, you know, if I was that it down here, I try to hide it well, with people gonna ever seeing through it. They're being, you know, being told it's just look, It's just another liberal line that believe that unless you think like I do, then you're wrong. You're ignorant. You're backwards. And in this time we just thought instead of to the scene of the nonsense, All right, let's just did we got a couple of things going on simultaneously. Now, one of the things that I spent a lot of time talking to a lot of people on the ground in Georgia and everybody that I know is pretty ticked off at your governor, including me. And if you want to set me straight on this, you can on doll. So the secretary of state, you know, apparently this consent decree after a lawsuit in the early part of this year. By the Georgia Democratic Party, The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, the Democratic Congressional Kink Pain Committee, that there was a consent decree that created to standards of signatures. And for example, if you are a day of voter in the state of Georgia, correct me if I'm wrong, you go in you show you photo photo. I d. They check it with the database of signatures. Make sure the signature matches you vote. It's all set. It is part of this consent decree earlier this year, they allowed those requesting mail in ballots if you made an application And as long as the application signature matches the ballot signature that would suffice, and they wouldn't go to the database that every other voter had to use. Is that true? Better? Everything. If you just said it straight and everything. If you just said it is, we've been very frustrating. I made it very clear. You know that There's been numerous issues that have been alone but that one right there because that was his. That the very heart of, you know, verifying senators. The state law down here says that you have to verify Verification must be made. Where it doesn't say is that you know, as in most logical thinking, people that go back to the original voter registration signature that you made. What this consent decree did, was actually specified that only one signature had the match. In other words. Opening up. The problematic that we see here is is you just described the same person that who filled out that application for a ballot? What Actually building signed the balance, thus creating what would you call a self licking solution here to the problem? So this is why it is very difficult because once also in Georgia is another issue needs no direction from come, even for beautiful. The time is the ballot itself has no identifying voter I d number on it that would identify it back to the envelopes in which it came in. So once they are separated from the envelope. In essence, you have little limited to no remedy because once it is separated the ballot looks like the other balance and you can't bring them back. So even if you were to find out It's the signature match. What's the problem in some way, which is another long in depth process to get through? They can't get the ballot back. So this this has been a mess up process. It's got to be fixed, right? They have to be added some kind of identifying mark to the battle itself. We've gotta fix their true certified signature match if you're going to do an absentee ballot. S so that we can actually perfect this this department we've been having out here. But that consent decree has made that you know, virtually impossible to go back and now regret, but your governor Kemp and Secretary of state They refused for the Legislature to get back in session to make these obvious fixes, which would make it fair for the entire state of Georgia. In the lead up to these the Senate run offs January 5th. Uh, they they refused to call the special session. I understand that it's a governor. Only he could do it and he's refusing to do it. Why? Because he is the the reason he's given is that you? If he was, they will go through it. They were to make these changes. They're you know, They're immediately said that they would not hand up. Police stand it legally in court because you're changing. The process in which you're doing in the middle of a already going on election. I mean, that's the use they're giving. The problem is that when you sign this consent degree in the middle of this year, and by the way you had secretary wrapping Burger, send out About requests for absentee ballots to every registered voter in the state of Georgia. Bat included several folks who got multiple requests for absentee ballots because of different addresses that they may have this just exasperated a bad problem. They can't fix it in the sense that they won't be, but that's the reason that was given is that They can't fix it in the middle, and then they're gonna have to wait till January to do it. So there's no way that you see this governor moving towards fixing obvious problems and then inconsistent standard and this about an argument. Like Lynne, what has been making down there and it seems like it's falling on deaf ears in the governor's office. Have you talked to the governor? Now? Remember, this is a little bit of an issue there, but The end call may But look, Quinn is hit the right note on this. This lawsuit Land is attacked the lawsuit he's got the lawsuit filed and this will be where hopefully, you know, there'll be some issues that he can point out and bring out But no, I'm gonna say this one. There is not being and and again. I gave you the legal of the reason that the governor has given illegal here. And you know it. It is the reason they're using it to not call in a special session, but the only other alternative for a special session of 3 50 Legislature, and there's not briefest of legislatures that wood was signed to come into special session so well one of the options at this point, if any Get it fixed before January's None assed far as that goes apart, so legally pick to put it back in the law. If Linwood lawsuit thing move forward, then there may be that that is a possibility, too. Look at there. But then again again, As with all legal proceedings, they take time. You gotta have discovery. You gotta have some other things that will go along with it. So right now the problem is, is what they Concocted with the Democrats back in the spring is now hamstring this election to make sure that the signature verifications were there and again, John did this should affect I mean, the Democrats are thrilled about this, but at the end of the day, it's about every legal vote and making sure that any vote they shouldn't have encountered shouldn't be counted and now it's made it very difficult. Because of some decisions made earlier.
"senatorial campaign committee" Discussed on WTVN
"Low key progress and I'm very happy about it. What I like to think that he is, in fact, a Loki progressive and I'm really lucky progressive. I could say that fact. I'm gonna say That is a fact. Anyway. Joining us Congressman Doug Collins on Hey, knows a lot about the state of Georgia. Did you hear about that project very touched tape among. Of course, he's really radical left. But we're gonna hide it from the people of Georgia. Excuse me, the rednecks in Georgia. To convince them that he's something that he's not. Yes, on it. It doesn't surprise me. I mean it. Look, they come down here. The Liberals come down here. They think that the rest of us out here are just you know, the horrible redneck ones. They don't get it. We could be, you know, manipulator, And the problem is, everybody knows who John off of his. He is not modern. He's not even trying to be modern. He is. He is a liberal in the vein of, uh you know, the sea and the rest of them and, well, you know, if I was that down here, I try to hide it well, with people gonna ever see through it. They're being, you know, being told it's just look, It's just another liberal line that believe that unless you think like I do, then you're wrong. You're ignorant. You're backwards. And in this time we just thought instead of to the scene of a nonsense, all right, let's just did we got a couple of things going on simultaneously. Now, one of the things that I spent a lot of time talking to a lot of people on the ground in Georgia and Everybody that I know is pretty ticked off at your governor, including me. And if you want to set me straight on this, you can on doll. So the secretary of State, you know, apparently this consent decree after a lawsuit in the early part of this year by the Georgia Democratic Party, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee The Democratic Congressional Kink Pain Committee that there was a consent decree that created to standards of signatures. And for example, if you are a day of voter in the state of Georgia, correct me if I'm wrong, you go in you show you photo photo. I d. They check it with the database of signatures. Make sure the signature matches you vote. It's all set. It is part of this consent decree earlier this year, they allowed those requesting mail in ballots if you made an application And as long as the application signature matches the ballot signature that would suffice, and they wouldn't go to the database that every other voter had to use. Is that true that everything if you just said is true and everything If you just said it is, we've been very frustrating. I made it very clear. You know that There's been numerous issues that have been alone but that one right there because that was his that the very heart of, you know, verifying senators. The state law down here says that you have to verify the verification must be made. It doesn't say is that you know, as in most logical thinking people, they go back to the original voter registration signature that you made. What this consent decree did, was actually specified that only one signature had the match. In other words. Opening up. The problematic that we see here is is you just described the same person that who filled out that application for about what? Actually filled signed the balance, thus creating what we call a self looking solution here to the problem. So this is why it is very difficult because once also in George, there's nothing. She needs no direction from even from you that The time is the ballot itself has no identifying voter I d number on it that would identify it back to the envelopes in which it came in. So once they are separated from the envelope. In essence, you have little limited to no remedy because once it is separated the ballot looks like the other balance and you can't bring them back. So even if you were to find out It's the signature match. What's the problem in some way, which is another wall in depth process to get through? They can't get the ballot back. So this this has been a mess up process. It's got to be fixed, right? They have to be added some kind of identifying mark to the ballots. They always gotta fix their true certified signature match if you're going to do an absentee ballot S so that we can actually perfect this this department we've been having out here, but that consent decree has made that you know, virtually impossible to go back. And now, Rick, really, but your governor Kemp and Secretary of State Uh, they were refused for the Legislature to get back in session to make these obvious fixes, which would make it fair for the entire state of Georgia in the lead up To these the Senate run offs. January 5th. They refused to call the special session. I understand that it's a governor, only he could do it, and he's refusing to do it. Why? Because he is the the reason he's given is that you? If he was they would go through it. They were to make these changes. They're you know, They're immediately said that they will not hand up. Police stand it legally in court because you're changing. The process in which you're doing in the middle of a already going on election. I mean, that's the Houston giving. The problem is when you find this consent decree in the middle of this year, and by the way you had secretary wrapping Burger, send out About requests for absentee ballots to every registered voter in the state of Georgia. That included several folks who got more for requests for absentee ballots because of different addresses that they may have this just exasperated a bad problem. They can't fix it in the sense that they won't be, but that's the reason that was given is that They can't fix it in the middle and the big home after wait till January to do it, so there's no way that you see this governor moving towards fixing obvious problems and then inconsistent standard and this about an argument. Like Lin Wood has been making down there, and it seems like it's falling on deaf ears in the governor's office. Have you talked to the governor? Now? You.
"senatorial campaign committee" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Is extending its post election. U. S political ad band Facebook on Wednesday said it's post election ban on political ads would likely last another month. Raising concerns from campaigns in groups eager to reach voters and key Georgia races in January that will decide control of the Senate. That runoff takes place on January 5th buyers anticipate candidates will miss out on millions of potential fundraising from the inability to advertise. Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee quickly criticized the decision's saying the band's amount to unacceptable voter suppression. Bernie Bennett reporting US investors determined shrapnel US investigators that is determined shrapnel from an exploding Takata airbag killed the driver behind the wheel of a BMW during a crash in Arizona. September. Death is the 18th in the US since 2009 and the 27th worldwide caused by the faulty Inflaters. Breaking news and analysis that town hall dot com. Mutual of Omaha makes a change a change. It's replacing its Indian chief logo with an African lion months after announcing it would abandon its long time Indian chief had corporate logo Mutual of Omaha has unveiled a new logo depicting an African lion. Omaha, Nebraska based company announced the new logo on Thursday. It replaces the depiction of a Native American chief that has been synonymous with the company for 70 years. The company announced its plans for a change in July as corporations and sports teams around the country have faced increasing pressure to dump nicknames and depictions that reference American Indians. Keith Peters reporting Well. Casey Open the first in November Masters with 765 and a two shot lead among the half the field on the opening day of play, Tiger Woods had his first bogey free round at a major and 11 years shooting 68. He's in fifth place more in these stories, the town hall dot com I'm Rhonda Rocks, Tre. Hi Kevin McCullough. What if you had nothing to eat for the next six months? You wouldn't survive. Did you know that covert 19 has actually interrupted the food supply to the Third world countries in the Caribbean and in Latin America and in South America, Children are literally dying from lack of food, not from covert 19 covert 19 caused the interruption in the first world. But in the third world, the food not getting there is what's taking the lives of these Children. It's one of the reasons why the food for the poor has identified 351 specific Children that they need our help to feed. Here's the great thing that only cost $37 to feed one of those Children for the next six months that gives them six months worth of food, guaranteeing that they will not perish from hunger over the next six months. It's emergency food relief through food for the poor. In Latin America and Central America. 8559074673 call Now 8559074673 Everybody..
Facebook extends political ad ban in US for at least a month
"With misinformation. Facebook is extending its post election. U. S political ad band Facebook on Wednesday said it's post election ban on political ads would likely last another month. Raising concerns from campaigns in groups eager to reach voters and key Georgia races in January that will decide control of the Senate. That runoff takes place on January 5th buyers anticipate candidates will miss out on millions of potential fundraising from the inability to advertise. Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee quickly criticized the decision's saying the band's amount to unacceptable voter suppression. Bernie Bennett reporting
"senatorial campaign committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bader Ginsburg Theeighty seven year old Ginsberg lost her battle with pancreatic cancer. Friday. She was the second woman to serve on the nation's highest court and a champion of women's rights and social justice. Seven. California's newest wildfire is burning across 4200 acres and is threatening roughly 450 homes and the Palm Springs Area. Cal Fire and Riverside County firefighters say the snow fire was sparked by a car fire just northwest of Palm Springs about 2 40 PM Thursday. The wildfire is just 5% contained and an evacuation order is in effect. Senate Democratic campaign arm is adding to their funds for the upcoming election. Jim Forbes with more. On Friday, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee revealed that in August they raised almost $27 million. It turned out to be the DSCC is greatest fundraising month ever. In July, the committee brought in $13.1 million less than what the National Republican Senatorial Committee raked in. There's no word on how much the RSC raise last month. President Trump Campaign's Today in North Carolina. The president will speak at a rally in Fayetteville, Reuters reports One area focus for the president in North Carolina will be to appeal to active duty military voters. State has several military bases, among them Fort Bragg with tens of thousands of military members located north of downtown Fayetteville, and if you think Hawaiian authorities aren't taking the state's mandatory 14 day quarantine seriously, Listen up. Yesterday, Special agents from the state Attorney general's office, backed up by State Harbor police went door to door at three Waikiki hotels to check on almost 100 people who are in quarantine. Officials say all of those who were supposed to be in quarantine were in their rooms, except for the occupants of two rooms that turned out to be empty. Authorities declined to comment on whether further checks are in the works. I'm Lisa Taylor. President Trump is citing historic progress in the development of the Corona virus vaccine and says the big announcement will becoming very soon will have manufactured at least 100 million vaccine doses before the end of the year and likely much more than that. Hundreds of millions of doses will be available every month, and we expect to have enough vaccines for every American by April. Trump called the White House news conference since the distribution will start almost immediately after a vaccine is approved, he said, the vaccine will be safe and effective. There are considerable logistical challenges involving distribution of the vaccine in a nation of more than 300 million people in Idaho Pastor is in the I C U with Koba 19 after calling himself No massacre Tom Roberts reports. Paul Vanoy is past for a candlelight church in court Elaine and has spent two weeks in the hospital with a Koven 19 diagnosis. Five other church staff were also infected. But they've all recovered after his church reopened in May that noid posted on Facebook, saying masks do not help prevent the spread of the virus, regardless of multiple international study, saying otherwise a little more than a year after 33 people died during an overnight fire onboard a chartered Santa Barbara dive boat anchored off Santa Cruz. Is Island. The National Transportation Board is releasing more than 100 statements, transcripts, photographs and other material related to its investigation of the tragedy. 75 ft Dive Boat Conception burned to the waterline and sank in the pre dawn hours on Labor Day 2019. Deckhand Milton. French says he and other crew members tried to rescue passengers in the galley area but were driven back by the flames. The NTSB it's slated to release this report on the fire during a board meeting on October 20th in Southwest is leaving middle seats open through the end of November. That's a month longer than expected. The airline hopes the move will give passengers peace of mind as they travel for Thanksgiving. Delta is keeping the seats empty until after the holidays. While JetBlue has the van until October, 15 I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room covered 19 continues to kill close to 1000 Americans a day. But for those who developed dangerous cases of the infection, the news is actually good advances in medical care, and the growing experience of doctors are improving the chances of survival. Medical professionals have gone from fumbling in the dark on it to better understanding which drugs work such a steroids and blood thinners and the antiviral medicine rendez severe. Doctors have learned to hold off on the use of ventilators for some patients. Meantime, New York City recorded nearly 35,000 more deaths in its most recent fiscal year, compared to the previous one. That's, according to a report released by Mayor Bill de Blasio is office on Thursday. Wall Street Journal reports. It shows the devastating toll of the Corona virus pandemic. The number of reported deaths rose 112% in the fiscal year that ended June 30th. Wall Street leaders made the case this week for bringing more workers back to the office. But the virus is saying not so fast. A rash of covert 19 infections on trading floors showed how quickly they could be sent back home. Goldman Sachs Group, JP Morgan Chase and Barclays all had to quarantine groups of traders after employees tested positive for the Corona virus. Sources tell Bloomberg HSBC Holdings is exploring plans to cut the jobs of almost all its Paris based bankers working on structure, derivatives products. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Gregg Jarrett. The source says the move would affect the equity in fixed income derivatives teams. It's not clear just how many jobs will be affected. Bloomberg has already reported that Europe's biggest bank aims to cut 255 jobs throughout the 678% French investment bank by early 2022. Like Jared, Hamburg Radio Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg..
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"S. Capitol in honor of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Under an order issued by Speaker of the House. Nancy Pelosi. After Ginsberg died yesterday at the age of 87. Pelosi, California Democrat issued a statement saying that Justice Ginsburg Embody justice, brilliance and goodness California U S senator and vice presidential candidate camera Harris tweeted that we mourn, We honor and we pray for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her family. Joe Biden is calling the justice an American hero. He said she was a relentless voice in the pursuit of equal justice. Under the law. He never failed. She was fierce and unflinching in here. Pursuit of the Sit down. Legal rights of civil rights of every Democratic presidential nominee also supports Theeighty seven year olds dying wish not to be replaced by President Trump. Biden says voters should pick the president and the president should pick the justice for the Senate to consider. Just hours after her death Friday, the Senate majority leader promised a full vote on whoever trump nominates. Two people are dead and 14 or wounded after a shooting at a party in Rochester, New York, police say a man a woman between the ages of 18 and 22. Died from their wounds when shots were fired at a backyard party overnight. Police are still looking for suspects in the shooting. Investigators are still at the scene. The jobless picture is improving somewhat in Los Angeles County, California, where the unemployment rate dipped just above 16% last month. Down from nearly 18% in July. The State Employment Development Department says that's still way above the pre pandemic jobless rate of slightly more than 4% in August of last year and the Lakers. They're one down on their way to the embassy finals. Seth Everett with more Anthony Davis scored 37 points. LeBron James added 15 in 12 assists is the Lakers rolled to a 1 26 1 14 route. Of the Denver Nuggets in Game one of the Western Conference finals. Game two is tomorrow. I'm Lisa Taylor. Southern California's newest wildfire is burning across 4200 acres and is threatening roughly 450 homes in the Palm Springs area. Cal Fire and Riverside County Firefighters say the snow fire was sparked by a car fire just northwest to Palm Springs around 2 40 PM Thursday. It is just 5% contained Evacuation order is in effect for the Snow Creek area west of Highway 1 11. The Red Cross is open, an evacuation gathering center at the James A. Venable Community center in Cabazon and two people are dead and 16 injured after a shooting at a party in Rochester, New York. Police say a man and woman between the ages of 18 and 22 died from their wounds. When shots were fired at a backyard party early today. There's no word on whether arrests have been made. Rochester police are still at the scene. More information will be made available as the investigation. Advances in the Senate Democratic campaign arm is adding to their funds for the upcoming election. Jim Forbes has more. On Friday, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Revealed that in August they raised almost $27 million. It turned out to be the DSC SES Greatest Fundraising month ever. In July, the committee brought in $13.1 million Less than what the National Republican Senatorial Committee raked in. There's no word on how much the RSC raise last month. The animal activists from the Tiger King is now working on her own. Siri's Carol Baskins, currently contestant on dancing with the stars, but she's also developing a series that would expose animal abusers around the world. Basket and her husband are reportedly teaming up with a TV America. And Chrissy Teagan has accidentally revealed the gender of her new baby with John Legend. The 34 year old TV star was talking about her pregnancy on Instagram live Thursday when she said, the baby is really, really healthy and he's big and she caught her mistake and said Oops,.
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"Hit Lebanon. Local reports indicate sodium nitrate may have been stored improperly and ignited. The Lebanese prime minister says those responsible will pay a price. Deunan. This is a promise for the martyrs and the injured President, Trump indicated his top generals believe it may have been an attack. They seem to think it was attack. It was a bomb of some kind. Officials say there are still bodies underneath the rubble and to put the tragedy and perspective. The Oklahoma City bombing of 1995 involved 3 to 4 tons of ammonium nitrate. This incident in Lebanon. Involved as much as 2700 tonnes of the chemical compound. Kansas Congressman Roger Marshall will be the state's Republican Senate candidate for the seat held by the retiring Pat Roberts. He won Tuesday's primary over former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who some saw as a potential liability for the party. In Missouri. Progressive Democrat Corey Bush beat the incumbent Congressman William Lacy Clay to run for the first district seat and contests were also held in Michigan or Democratic squad member Chris Woman receded to leave held off a primary challenge, along with races in Washington. In Arizona, A race for a Texas seat in the U. S. Senate is drawing the attention and the funding of the National Democratic Party. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee plans to support M J. Hey Gars race against GOP incumbent John Cornyn to the tune of at least a $1,000,000. The money will be spent on poles, TV ads and other campaign resource is corn and referred to the announcement as a swamp.
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"You know, they're trying to find a message that unites rather than polarizes their love finding that message. I don't know that if one exists. Because if you look at all of the research, a lot of it that the DNC is trying to bury that there is a huge rift. Between the coastal Progressives and the medical team in America Moderates. Big, big gap. In terms of Kumbaya on loving one another in the same party. So in several U. S House. And Senate Democratic primaries. Held in June. The Progressive challengers either defeated or came very close to nearly defeating. They're well funded establishment opponents. So likewise, this division between the progressives and moderate factions of the party. You know, it was was very manifest in yesterday's Primaries. I mean, as far as my, you know. Trained eye. Comptel remotely trade. So the Texas primary runoff for the Senate. Get an Air force veteran. Who was the establishment backed candidate who was endorsed by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee narrowly defeated Royce West. Who was an underfunded progressive insurgent candidate. I did not make up that term that comes a direct quote from the media and underfunded, progressive insurgent candidate. Whatever that might be. About this individual header is his Last name is the Air Force Veteran. He's narrow win makes it much more difficult to unite the party, the Democratic Party in their race against, you know Josh corner of in November. Republican senator going to be tough. Similarly was the case in Kentucky's Democratic primary for the Senate held in June. You had an establishment back candidate. Her name. Amy McGrath. Barely beat the progressive insurgent candidate, Charles Booker, who had less than half the financial resource is in the grafted. So money is also a player in this, too, for the Democratic Party, given that the clear Um if I could call it the progressive insurgency within the Democrat Craddick party across the country. There's also going to be likely a lot more pressure on the party to have to embrace these hardcore left leaders, such as you know, with issues like to funding the police. Which we're going to talk about heavily in the next hour. That is, by the way and defunding. The police is very, very, very unpopular with the general electorate. Look at EMI Pole. Any hole. So that is going to cost the Democrats the presidency. It's gonna cost on the Senate. I'm predicting it will cost them the House majority. I seem to be alone in that prediction of a sweep. But There are others in terms of legit polling. Father, the do tend to agree in Maine. There was an individual. Her name was last name is Gideon scored a big win over a couple of opponents in the Democratic Party and for U. S. Senate. Her victory. Was maybe the only bright spot for the Democratic Party in the last couple of months. In a quest to win back the Senate majority. Given that this individual First name, Sarah. I believe Will likely went over 2/3 of the Democratic primary vote. And has a master campaign war chest of about $20 million. She has a strong chance of defeating the Republican who's the Republican in Maine. Susan Collins. He's not much of a Republican, is she she's running for her fifth term. Furthermore, this individual the Democratic side then we have to break the news. You know, currently maintains this narrow general election polling lead over Collins. Which is likely now. Even get better give the primary success. And she has a very impressive fundraising infrastructure. I have to say that she's picking up a lot more money than the incumbent, Susan Collins is But the big winner yesterday was Donald Trump. For the reasons that I detailed, right right side for news now on game J. You want to respond to it for 90 58 15 with the news his area Beta.
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"J Garnell has a chance of becoming the state's first democratic female senator ever. With a nearly 40,000 vote lead over Royce West. Hagar was declared the winner of the Democratic primary runoff before the race was even called. She'd already focused her attention on her GOP opponent in November. We have a message for John Cornyn, and he's heard it before, Pack it up, Buttercup because your time has ended, and we're coming back to take our seat back with a prominent endorsement from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in a much bigger campaign war chest Rice West found himself fighting an uphill battle. Every time I turned the television on outside and Jaeger so She ran a robust and effective ad. Chris Fox News Radio 1200 W. Away on the GOP run off her Texas congressional District, 23 was down to a seven votes Differences. Final votes are being counted overnight. Of the more than 24,000 votes have been cast just seven votes separated the two candidates. Although Raul Reyes have been leading Tony Gonzalez most of the night, Gonzales pulled ahead, his final votes were being counted. The numbers as reported by Texas elections officials this morning showed Gonzales leading with 50.1% of the vote. President Trump and outgoing incumbent will hurt both indoors. Gonzalez while Senator Ted Cruz endorsed raise. The winner will face Democrat candidate Gina Ortiz Jones in November. Meantime, a newcomer is knocked off an incumbent in the Democratic runoff for county commissioner Democratic runoff Results for Bear County Commissioner Precinct One was won by Rebecca Clay Flores, who knocked off incumbent Sergio Chico Ramirez Clay Flores grab 61% of the vote, compared to the 38% for Rodriguez a difference of nearly 3500 votes. She will face Republican Gabrielle Laura in the November general election. I'm Tanner Carlson. NewsRadio 1200 W o A I. The Republican runoff results for Bear County Commissioner Precinct three was won by Trish to bury, beating her opponent, Tom Rykoff. It was a come from behind win for De Berry receiving 54% of the vote compared to Ric Offs, 45%. The seat was previously held by Republican Kevin Wolfe. The very will face off against Democrat Christine Hornick in November. Corona virus impacted voting in San Antonio on Election Day. A total of 12 polling places were coat. We were closed because the poll workers were afraid of catching germs. Rowe's class in with the Texas Democrats warns. This could happen again in November of mail and voting is not expanded. All of our folks around the state are working very hard to make sure that it doesn't We are collaborating with election officials and helping to recruit election workers. You can service he's polling places, she says. Over the next four months, Texas Democrats will continue their push to expand male and voting for the November presidential election, but they faced opposition from Governor Greg Abbott. We've officially reached over 200 Cove it 19 related deaths in Bear County, Metro health officials reported six new desk Tuesday, bringing the death toll the 201 850 for new cases were also added. The state of Texas is reporting 275,000 confirmed covert 19 cases with about 11,000 in hospitals. Mehran Nierenberg continues to raise concerns about capacity and local hospitals is the city's still deals with a spike in covert cases are hospital system continues to remain under severe stress 36% Of those who are men into our hospital systems now come for covert 19. Nierenberg said. Almost 30% of hospital patients with the virus do not have any underlying health conditions. An outbreak of Copan, 19 is being reported at a Northwest side nursing home. Nierenberg says 62 patients and 13 staff members have tested positive for covert 19 at the Heebner Creek and Health rehab center. In most of the cases, patients are asymptomatic. San Antonio School district is making some big changes to the start of their school year things to the Corona virus Pandemic. Superintendent Pedro Martinez says the 1st 3 weeks will be remote learning we would start in person instruction in class instruction for those families who chews it no earlier than after Labor Day, he says. School buildings will be open for food distribution and other services. They will be training teachers on health standards. And starting next week, they'll be asking parents what their preferences are every nine weeks. The district will review and adjust if needed. Governor Abbott is giving Texas school district's more say and when to open their campuses to end person teaching this ball without the threat of losing state funding a detention deputies behind bars after he was arrested for allegedly letting and may get severely beaten this week. Hey, allowed the assault to occur in the shower area of the jail. And in fact after that assault occurred, let quite a bit of time lapse before actually sounding the alarm Bear County Sheriff Javier or Salazar, says 33 year old John Carlos Camacho. Morales is facing a charge of aggravated assault, official oppression and tampering with government record and is in the process of being fired. The victim was hospitalized and is recovering. During an interview with CBS News, President Trump was asked about the death of Black Americans in police custody wire African Americans still dying.
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"The website is system papers dot com. BJ News. Time is now 7 30 Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar. This update is brought to you by the realist Cedar Park overhead doors. Some big November races in the Austin area are now said to get in with the race for Travis County District Attorney incumbent Margaret Maura's, conceded the workers Defence Project Executive director Jose Garza will face Republican Martin Harry in November. The race for Travis County attorney virtually over Delia Garza's defeated Laurie Isar Low and Garza will not have an opponent in November. How's District 47 Incoming Vicky Goodwin will have to stave off a challenge from Austin Police officer Justin Berry. He defeated Jennifer Fleck last night in the GOP runoff. As for who will fill former state Senator Kirk Watson seat former Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhart has gotten 50% of the vote. That's not enough, though, to prevent a runoff against state representative Eddie Rodriguez. You've got about 34%. Patrick Osborne NewsRadio Kale Digestion area Congressman Michael McCaul will face off against civil rights attorney Mike Siegel in November. That's a rematch of their 2018 Test. Siegel defeated protest. Gandhi Air Force Veteran M. J. Hager is claiming victory and her runoff election. U S Senate Democratic primary versus State Senator Royce West, with a nearly 40,000 vote lead over Royce West. Hagar was declared the winner of the Democratic primary runoff before the race was even called. She'd already focused her attention on her GOP opponent in November. We have a message for John Cornyn and he's heard it before, Pack it up, buttercup because your time has ended and we're coming back. A car seat back with a prominent endorsement from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and a much bigger campaign war chest. Bryce West found himself fighting an uphill battle. Every time I turned the television on that side, and you're so G ran a robust, ineffective advantage. Chris Fox News Radio K LBJ 1st 3 weeks of school for the Boston public Schools will be online only. District officials say the decision stems from growing covert 19 concerns Education Austin's Kensi services while three weeks Progress. The union still wants a full nine weeks of online classes on Lee before campuses reopened, started unfortunate took so many districts around the state and really, it's the minimum of what district are doing. Oh, we're still while we're happy. We expect a lot more. This comes as Austin area helps. 30 Dr Mark Esca calls on all area schools to keep campus is closed until at least September 8th. John Cooley. NewsRadio Kale BJ Ashton Police officer Justin Berry has defeated Attorney Jennifer Flack and the Republican runoff for State House District 47. Berry now heads into November against incumbent Democrat Vicky Goodwin. 7 33 K. LBJ. Here's Austin's on Time traffic with Melinda Brandt. We're seeing a slight delay on 35 North found right around William Cannon, and we have reported collisions been white, westbound on men topless and that from a 12 Delroy Road your next report today, 7 45 and Melinda brilliant with Austin's on time traffic. Breezy start to the day with a mostly sunny sky high getting up to 100 For tonight. It will be humid, with patchy clouds developing a low tonight.
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"Enter ever with a nearly 40,000 vote lead over Royce West. Hagar was declared the winner of the Democratic primary runoff before the race was even called. She'd already focused her attention on her GOP opponent in November. We have a message for John Cornyn, and he's heard it before, Pack it up, Buttercup because your time has ended, and we're coming back to take our seat back with a prominent endorsement from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in a much bigger campaign war chest Rice West found himself fighting an uphill battle every time I turn to tell Vision on the inside, so we ran a robust and effective ad. Chris Fox News Radio 1200 Wook on GOP Run on for Texas Congressional District 23 is too close to call as a midnight With 95% of precincts reporting, Tony Gonzalez had pulled ahead of Paul Raul Reyes by three votes raise had led for most of the night, and Bear County, which is part of the huge district Gonzalez led raise by 58% of the vote. 2 42%. President Trump and outgoing incumbent will hurt both endorse Gonzales while Senator Ted Cruz endorse Reyes. The winner will face Democrat Canada, Gina Tw Ortiz Jones in November. Meantime, a newcomer has knocked off an incumbent in the Democratic runoff for county commissioner The Democratic runoff results for Bear County Commissioner Precinct One was won by Rebecca Clay Flores, who knocked off incumbent Sergio Chico Ramirez Clay Flores grab 61% of the vote, compared to the 38% for Rodriguez a difference of nearly 3500 votes. She will face Republican Gabrielle Laura in the November general election. I'm Tanner Carlson NewsRadio, 1200 W. O II. The Republican runoff results for Bear County Commissioner Precinct three was won by Trish to bury beating her opponent, Tom Rykoff. It was a come from behind win for two very receiving 54 received the vote, while Rykoff received 45% and the primary to bury was down by about 2500 votes. The seat was previously held by Republican Kevin Wolfe. Barry will face off against Democrat Christine Hornick in November. We'll Corona virus impacted voting in San Antonio on Election Day, A total of 12 polling places were closed because pull workers were afraid of catching germs. Rose Klaus him with the Texas Democrats. Warren's. This could happen again in November of mail and voting is not expanded. All of our folks around the state are working very hard to make sure that it doesn't We are collaborating with election officials and helping to recruit election workers. You conservative polling places, she says. Over the next four months, Texas Democrats will continue their push to expand male and voting for the November presidential election, but they face opposition from Governor Greg Abbott. We've officially reached over 200 Coverted 19 related deaths in Bear County Metro health officials reported six new death Tuesday, bringing the death toll. The 201 854 new cases were also added Tuesday. The state of Texas is reporting 275,000 confirmed cases with about 11,000 and hospitals. Nearly 3500 people have died from the virus, but over 142,000 patients have recovered. Mayor Ron Nierenberg continues to raise concerns about capacity and local hospitals as the city still deals with a spike in covert 19 cases. Hospital system continues to remain under severe stress. 36% of those who are men into our hospital systems now come for covert 19 the mayor said. There are currently 1237 covert patients and local hospitals, which is down 30 from Monday. Nierenberg said Almost 30% of hospital patients with the virus do not have an underlying health condition. San Antonio School district is making some big changes to the start of the school year. Things to Corona Virus Superintendent Pedro Martinez is the 1st 3 weeks will be remote learning he would start in person instruction in class instruction for those families who chews it no earlier than after Labor Day, he says school buildings will be open for food distribution and other services. They will be training teachers on health standards, and starting next week, they'll be asking parents what their preferences are every nine weeks, the district will review how learning is going in order to adjust Governor Abbott is giving Texas school district's more say and when to open their campuses to end person teaching this ball without the threat of losing state funding. Well, the latest battleground in the debate over the Corona virus centers on how the pandemic is affecting Children. Well, there have been cases of kids dying from the virus. Experts say. It's still unknown if kids or hit us hard as adults, and if they can transmit covert 19 Dr Gerald Parker heads the pandemic policy program at Texas A and M Children can transmit the disease. How much our Children the amplifier for disease is what's not entirely, he says. Part of the reason we don't know how the corona virus impacts Children is that schools were closed early on, there is no other setting to use for a comparison. I'm Beth Myers News Radio, 1200 WOOO II, Millions of Americans are losing their health care coverage amid the pandemic, a family's Yusa study found the Corona virus pandemic caused 40% more people. To become uninsured than during the great recession in 2008 and 2009. The study is an estimate as official numbers won't be released by the government until the second half of next year. A longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein, will remain behind bars weeks after being arrested in New Hampshire. Federal prosecutors say 58 year old Gullane Maxwell recruited girls for Epstein to sexually abuse decades ago. She was arrested July 2nd in New Hampshire, where she allegedly was hiding out to try and avoid being captured. A New York City judge denied bail for Maxwell on Tuesday, saying there were concerned she'd leave the country before her trial. She faces up to 35 years behind bars. If convicted. Well, today is the delayed final deadline to file your taxes are all the virus concerns prompted the U. S government to extend this year's tax season, moving the filing deadline from the traditional April 15. To today, the 15th of July. And of course, people have been putting it off any April that I've had that I remember. It was like smooth sailing competitively going to last. Neil Neil wants is a C P A in Manhattan. He reminds that even if you want to file for an extension You will still need to pay most of your tax liability today, because if you just file extension without paying a significant amount of weight, you still gonna have late filing penalties..
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"Conference room at the democratic senatorial campaign committee near Capitol Hill, not long after he finished his speech. So tell me how long this is going to be kind of fifteen minutes, the up time for that, that work. He was ready to get down to business. So I in a stock about social for a second, so for some of us who in school learned about socialism, it was the means of production that the government controls, or it was, this is western Europe, and it's capitalism but governments more engaged. Where does democratic socialism fit into these assumptions of socialism familiar falls much into Lada, and that there's a lot to be learned from countries and Scandinavian. Western Europe, the guarantee healthcare to all people as a right. That do much better with the children and the senior citizens, and their countries that we don't. In some cases in Germany, for example, make sure that workers are represented on the board of directors of large corporations. So nobody here that I know of is talking about a massive takeover. The means of production might have made some sense hundred and fifty years ago. But that's not what we're talking about what we are talking about, is an economy and a government that works for all people not just one percent. And the point that I made this afternoon in my remarks was the say that way back in nineteen forty four in, in the speech that didn't get a whole lot of attention because it was the middle of World War, Two, the end of World War Two and Roosevelt died a year later, what he said was something pretty profound. Whatever DR said, is that we have a constitution and Bill of rights, that guarantee us political freedom. All right. You can say anything you want your on radio where you can do whatever you want, then, that's guaranteed independent, you can practice any religion that you want. You can go out and. Protests that it's such a trim and not is terribly important, but what he said back, then is that we need to go further. It's not just guaranteeing political rights of freedom. It is economic rights as well. All you really.
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"Welcome everybody. Most of, you know, I'm blurry Duffy president and CEO of the Commonwealth club. And I'm going to do the ritual and gavel us to order here. So welcome to today's meeting of the club. So I'm going to moderate a wonderful program today with our distinguished guests Nancy Pelosi speaker of the US house of representatives, and the congressional Representative for California's twelfth district right here in San Francisco. Now in her second term, as speaker Nancy Pelosi is the first and only woman to have held this position and is considered the most powerful woman in the political history of the United States, among other, yes. Among her other achievements. She was responsible for the political strategy and implementation that led to the Affordable Care Act during President Obama's presidency. She's also in her seventeenth term, as a US congresswoman representing this great city of San Francisco. She's the author of the two thousand eight book know your power and indeed. She does when Nancy Pelosi, I ran for political office at the age of forty seven she wasn't new to politics. She worked with her father while he served as mayor of Baltimore. Then she worked for Jerry Brown's presidential campaign, and served as the Democratic Party chair here in California. She developed through those many years, the policy and strategic leadership qualities that would propel her to the peak of American politics and public service, I have a personal story about Nancy's dedication. She and I were on a congressional fact finding trip in nineteen eighty five. To Central America. We were in Managua Nicaragua, she was, then the finance chair of the democratic senatorial campaign committee, we were staying at a hotel in downtown Managua, the rest of us all went out to dinner on the late side in Central America. We came back at eleven or twelve at night. There were no cellphones of the time. No phones in the rooms. We found Nancy standing in the lobby at the pay phones, making calls to her network as part of her duties as democratic senatorial campaign committee chair, this is truly dedicated woman, and I always hold that image in mind of that sort of dark and deserted lobby, late at night in Managua Nicaragua. When I think of Nancy and her hard work for all of us in the first one hundred days of the hundred sixteenth, congress speaker, Pelosi in House Democrats worked on there for the people agenda, passing legislation to clean up corruption and restore ethics to Washington DC. Passed a bipartisan background checks Ville. And what many Democrats call a landmark paycheck, fairness Bill under speaker Pelosi house? Democrats are also pursuing a bipartisan infrastructure deal looking at ways to expand and protect the right to vote tackling climate change and lowering health care costs and prescription drug prices for all Americans this progress comes as Democrats. Welcome the most diverse caucus in the history of congress, including more than one hundred women in the same congress that America will Mark one hundred years since women won the right to vote. So today, we'll talk about the state of the country. The outlook for progress despite a divided congress and the future of the Democratic Party as we head toward the twenty twenty presidential election. Please give a warm, welcome to our Representative in congress and our national political leader, Nancy Pelosi..