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"state board elections" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"And where it ends. Karen Parker is an Upper West Side attorney. She worries that people may be turned off by these lines. Make people feel like they made her stay home and facing a lot of lines of people voting and another form of oppression. A spokesman for the State board election says there were few technical problems over the weekend. Went over, 200,000 turned out to vote. He blames these long lines on voter enthusiasm. Reporting live at Lincoln Center. Marla Diamond WCBS news radio 8 80. Thank you, Mar. Let's say 32 Amy Cockney Barrett could have a new job by tomorrow morning taking your seat on the U. S. Supreme Court. The Senate will vote to confirm her nomination this evening. I'm Tom phony The Senate was in on Sunday to keep moving on a Supreme Court nomination. Republicans want done on this vote, the Yays and 51 the nays are 48. The motion is agreed to majority Leader Mitch McConnell senator doing the right thing. We're moving this nomination forward and college By tomorrow night, we'll have a new member of the United States Supreme Court. Senate Democrats don't like it, but do not have the votes to prevented a final vote likely. Tonight. Tom Foti. CBS NEWS Washington And the U. S. Is now reporting more than 83,000 Corona virus infections in one day. That is a record not seen since this pandemic. The death toll is climbing now to nearly 224,000. In northern Idaho. Things were so bad when hospital may have to airlift patients over to Seattle or Portland in Newark, the mayor Ross Baraka, today we'll announce some kind of what he calls serious measure. To tackle a dramatic rise in covert 19 cases there in brick city in New Jersey. He says the number of cases reported in Newark is more than every other city in Essex County combined, and that county saw 155 new cases yesterday. New Jersey has topped 1000 cases statewide for eight straight days at the Meadowlands. Four people have been arrested after a fatal shooting last night in the parking lot at the Meadowlands complex. Two people were killed. One was dead at the scene. One died at Middle Lands Hospital. One of the suspects ran into the American Dream Shopping Center, and that's where a security guard apprehended that person. Three other suspects were taken into custody by the New Jersey state police. WCBS news time 8 34 and we deal with another grey morning in New York. A blast of winter has had Colorado that's a good thing for firefighters. While Snow came as a sign of relief at the East troublesome fire Sunday, it won't undo the damage already done. Nobody imagined this unprecedented fire growth. This is truly a historic fire growth grand like fire Chief Kevin Ratzmann says his crews have saved several lives in hundreds of properties over the last few days. But among the many homes lost seven belong to a local first responders, four of whom work for him. As KCNC reporter Connor McCue in Grant County. It's a 35 looking for a quick download on the morning news..
"state board elections" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is balance of power in Bloomberg television and a radio. I'm David Weston. A big issue in this year's election is going to be how we vote, and for that matter how we're going to find out the results. We call it counting the votes and we'll be doing a serious reports on election procedures around the country, particularly in the battleground states. Today we look at North Carolina where President Trump is heading just today. Welcome. Now a key official in the election process for the state. He's David Circosta and his chair of the North Carolina State Board of Elections, the body responsible for overseeing the elections and certifying results of Mr Circosta. Thank you so much for joining us. First of all, for those of us who are more familiar with secretary of State doing this sort of thing. Explain what the North Carolina State board elections is. What do you do? I had the power to oversee elections in North Carolina is given to aboard. The board is appointed by the governor in upon recommendations by the two major political parties, So there's five of us. We work together to make sure that the election is secure, accessible, safe, etcetera. Now, as I understand it, it's meant to be a bipartisan board that you can't have more than two members of the five from any given party s. Oh, it's correct Bipartisan. Although I saw overnight you lost a couple of Republicans securely lived with Democrats what happened there? We did. All five of us took a vote to make some common sense changes to our election procedures in light of the Koven 19 pandemic. After we voted unanimously to do that, those two members, I guess, had some regrets and decided to resign over that. Nevertheless, the governor Ah, I'm hopeful receive recommendations from the Republican Party soon and we'll get to new members in there and we'll keep plugging right along. Administering elections. Well, some partisanship is coming into so many elections around the country this year. What if you don't get the Republicans? Can you go ahead and act with just the Democrats? Well, we certainly have a quarter of the board to act. It would be my preference. Tohave Mohr voices at the table. But the election administration at the state level is also undergirded by 100 County election boards, and all of them are bipartisan in nature as well. So we've got plenty of Republicans, plenty of Democrats all looking to make sure that everything is fair in safe and accessible. So so a CZ. We look forward to the election process here. One of the issues I think that the divided your board was what happens if you have to sort of cure If I can use that word, fix up mail in ballots that really weren't done quite the right way. What is the issue there? And what is the challenge with male about you've already got, like a million requested right? Yes, certainly would we're seeing in North Carolina is Mohr absentee built by mail requests and we ever have before. Usually we get about 4% of our voters choosing this way to vote, and now we've got over a million requested and anticipate 30 to 50% of our voters choosing to vote by mail. Question is, How do you make sure that that voter can have confidence that their ballot is voted by them in the way in which we've done that traditionally is by having a witness sign the outside container envelope along with the voter. And that will remain the same process that we use in 2020, however, there sometimes when balance come back where the witness signature is missing, or the address of the witness is missing, And then the question is, how do we make sure to count that ballot? So what we'll do is we'll take up some follow up steps will send the voter herself on affidavit. They have to attest under penalty of perjury that the ballot they synthesis about they want counted. And we'll go ahead and authenticate that with our bipartisan county Board of elections and prepared for tabulation. There's a report actually on the bluebird just today that in fact, in North Carolina that the number of absentee ballots rejected for African Americans is higher. It's was something like 4%. And for others. Is that your experience? And if so, do you know why? Well, I You know, I didn't see that same report and we are concerned because we want to make sure that voting is accessible and secure for everyone. My supposition is that Traditionally, African Americans have used our absentee vote by mail process in lower numbers, and so the newness of this process might have caught up with some some more of those voters and others. The good news is we're going to make sure your ballot counts in this cure process in which we just Remedied the other day. We'll make that better for all voters. African American, another wife. One of the things that we're focusing on all around the country is what this might do in terms of delaying result gives a sense of your deadlines for when you have to get your ballot when you have to get it in when it gets counted. Well, so the good news in North Carolina is we start doing everything to authenticate your ballot if it's absentee vote by mail, five weeks ahead of the election, So every week board of Elections members in the county's get together in a bipartisan fashion, make sure that all these ballots that are coming into us are authenticated and ready to go. We will then do everything to prepare them for tabulation. Then tabulate them on Election Day. So in North Carolina on Election Day, you'll see the vast majority of votes already tabulated..
"state board elections" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Really were assuming it was going to be that I was one of them. We were told that there was a single voting location gonna be open in the two states, two largest counties, where Louisville and Lexington are What it turned out to be. The case was that There have been a great deal of planning and bipartisan planning between the Republican Secretary of state Mike Adams and the Democratic governor Andy this year, and all of the local election officials and these two single locations that were opened in each of those counties were actually These cavernous facilities. One was an expo center that normally houses this Kentucky State fair and the other was the Football Stadium of the University of Kentucky, and they had dozens and dozens of booths for voting. You know, cute up, cordoned off lines for different precincts and Hundreds of poll workers. So the national you know readership. Media didn't quite grasp that until election day. When things started going, OK, there were some problems. There were some longer lines. In Lexington, and then they were fixed because the state board elections held an emergency meeting and they sent some new equipment to that location, and things got better. On dit wasn't perfect. The media broadcast these folks who were locked out in Lexington and Louisville and you know it wasn't ideal. There was nothing like Georgia or Wisconsin on DH then in New York. I think that there were problems, but it turns out that they were the kinds of problems that we actually see reported in New York. Every election, you know, pole locations, opening a little late. Confusion about where to go on DH. And so I really think the takeaway for Kentucky especially is that people work together and really try to fix this instead of just pointing fingers at each other, which is totally what happened in Georgia and Wisconsin. But Amy it is the end of the week and there was an election on Tuesday and we still don't have a winner declared for the Democratic Senate. Primary race. Why is that? And what does this mean? Potentially for November? Right? Well, it's because so many people voted by mail, and I believe the ratio is going to turn out to be something like 321 voting by mail in Kentucky, which is a complete reversal, and then some of what normally happens in a non pandemic year. So that takes time. The other thing is, I mean, there are lots of rules that govern counting and there's lots of equipment that makes it go more easily. So some states allow local election officials to start counting the ballots as they come in. So, starting weeks before the election, they can start er, sorry, not counting but opening and processing them. They don't actually hit the tabulation button on the scanner until election night or afterward, but In Kentucky. You can't actually start the processing until a m on election day. So that really, you know, ties their hands and there are lots of other states who have not altered their rules to accommodate this flood of mail ballots. The other thing is that you need these high capacity scanners to do it quickly. You need more people to process the envelopes. Open them verify the identity of the voter. Some states even have these machines that opened. They slid open the envelope in some states even have these machines that unfold and flatten the ballot to make it go into the scanner more easily. And these are all really Nitty gritty details, but they're really important in counting quickly, and that's not going to happen in AA lot of states in November, and then the last most important thing is how how early ballots have to get there. Some states allow them to be postmarked by election Day. Which means that they're not going Teo even arrive until Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, so there's no way the counting will be done. And the question is how many arrived at late and so people really are going to have to get used to the fact that it's going to take time for these states. Report the results. So for those of us thinking about Election night in November. What we should be prepared for is The really serious potential that a winner of the presidential election and many of these congressional races will not be declared on election night or even by Wednesday or even Thursday. It really depends on how close the race is. If Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin are really close, like they were in 2016 we all remember those states decided the election after midnight with a margin of combined margin of Something like 90,000 votes, Remember, and then we will not know because no one's gonna call that Based on the fact there are still ballots out and enough ballots that could change that outcome. If those states are landslides for either Joe Biden or President Trump. That's a different story. You know, I do think that the Associated Press and the networks Are working hard right now to figure out what their protocols were going to be for calling and and so it's going to be very interesting to see. But if it's a close race and let's face it Most of us think it will be. It's always close right in some state or another. That's important. We may not know. Instead, I want to move to the people who ran in these races again. They have not officially been declared the winners, but it looks because in some of these cases It was something of a landslide Looks like they won in New York, a young African American former middle school teacher defeat a long standing Incumbent Democratic incumbent, Eliot Engel. What do you attribute the success of these candidates, too? You know what we saw on this week was a kind of road map for progressive candidates kind of building coalitions in the race. You're talking about Jamal Moment, a former principal in New York. Looks like he is going to be Eliot Engel fairly handily and with that, but that coalition looks like in that community is kind of a combination of doing well among communities of color that was still a majority. Ah personal color district but also like pulling together kind of white liberal blast was more typically associate ID Wish of the Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders kind of primary Ah universe, but then combining that with your kind of typical Joe Biden of voter who might be seen as more ideologically my moderate But it's not actually the moderate nous that was driving. The Bowman was able to make a case of kind of trust level to these folks, and we've seen this replicated across the country. So even just this week. This is the same type of coalition that Charles Booker Kentucky's trying to put together. Cameron Web a Democrat won in Virginia was not Kind of as vocally progressive as the other two. But there's still able to do that, and I think it's important to note that identity is a key part of this, so you're able to combine the argument. Of kind of change on a policy making front with a representation change. Also, I think back to the blueprint of this actually not being being a C that people mentioned, But I autumn Presley out Massachusetts who beat an incumbent As a city councilor, as someone who was known in the district had trust in the district that was ableto come by a kind of message of progressivism. With what I remember the slogan Being change. Can't wait. That was not only progressive change that was about her identity. Also, that's a really, really good point. And I'm wondering then what you think Their impact will be talked about their impact. Potentially when they come to Washington. I think A lot of folks who cover the hill have been wondering when or if there is something like an AOC led coalition that butts up against..
Washington D.C. - Maryland lieutenant gov. calls on state board elections director to resign following mail-in primary issues
"Maryland second in command calling on the state election director to resign after ongoing ballot issues following yesterday's primary Maryland lieutenant governor Boyd Rutherford says it's time for new leadership after ongoing problems with ballots first acquiring then delivering it now counting some ballots over Baltimore it's just another example of the challenges that have been occurring with the state board of elections Rutherford is calling on the head of the Maryland state election board legal mon to resign and soon I think it's time for new leadership there and to be done early with another time to correct all of these issues before we get to November's general arts
"state board elections" Discussed on WRVA
"Five Jeff Katz? Newsradio W R V. So couple of moments ago a couple of moments ago, we had Scott's Wyatt's on with us. Scott says that he won the convention to become the Republican nominee for that district. Ninety seven state delegate race Corey who is in Hanover and has shown great patience and consideration. Which I appreciate was a delegate at the convention. I wanted to hear from him since he was there. What really happened Corey? Thank you for hanging with us. So give me a sense what really happened on Saturday. Jeff. Thank you for having me. So so, Yep. I was delegate it was approved at the Hanover mass meeting to go to the convention Saturday. Like everyone else, I had confusing. So I called a couple of about forty eight hours prior to the convention. I called Dr Peavy executive staff. John, I I called the state board elections state elections told me that per code for the election code that. They do take the results from the LDC chairman legislative district committee chairman who was holding the conventional Saturday and legally they do they take the results of the convention from I called rpm after that and our VP executive staff. John Fenway told me that the borders elections didn't know what they were talking about. And that quote, they are dumb though, that's between them. But I went to the conventional Saturday, and I can tell you that four hundred hundred people showed up I think that was the final count that it was about maybe a little over four hundred eighty okay and cast a vote and Scott one, but Scott one that by large majority, okay. Can say that all three counties had delegates dare each county was separated on the floor based on their county. And you know, the convention was was ran berry fairly very smoothly. The chairman of the entire time. Votes were cast and everything was done very appropriately. So I'm hoping that hoping that it stands, and and we'll see what happens from here. Okay. So I know that I was going to ask you. So so you were seated as a delegate you cast your vote as far as you are concerned. They're actually, of course, was a convention. So as we hear from other people Chris piece was here yesterday. And some of his folks have contacted me and said, no, no, no, no, no June. The first is really when this thing is going to take place. What are you hearing about that up there? Yes. I mean, I it's definitely you know, depending on which side you're listening to but I did that. That's why I did my homework, and I called the state board of elections. And I said, hey, look, what's the code say legally who has the authorization to turn in just a minute to you the convention results straight up told me they said that people at the border, very nice to me. They said look they said legally per code that we we'd be that. They said we do not ever see the Republican party plan. Right. However, the ninety seventh district legislative district chairman, Tom Miller, I think is his name. He's the one that has the the right here to turn into results is the one that led the convention on Saturday per day. He was that, you know, went through with it as as the chairman and also Mark Daniel, he's also part of the legislative district committee. Okay. I'm for the new Kent rep. So, but yeah, the the committee went well. And they convince you well, and yeah, I thought it was very fairly early ran. And I heard Krispies call. In yesterday, saying that only a couple of hundred people showed up that couldn't be farther from the truth. I mean, it was almost five hundred people. There was a large representation of the district. Okay. Well, fair enough, Cory. I appreciate the insight. Thank you so much for for checking in with us. Thanks. All right. So that's Korean Hanover. Who says he was there, by the way as Corey is telling us what happens I've got another Email from somebody. Who was also a convention delegate has asked that his name not be who's now ordinarily when somebody says who don't use my name, I get a little suspicious. All I will tell you is that this is someone who has contacted me many many many times in the past. And while I don't know this person personally, other emails that they have shared would lead me to believe that they are. A responsible respectable person that I would say if I had to guess would be telling me the truth at least from their perspective. So here's what this person says, Jeff. As a delegate to the convention from king. William the Republican committee chair advised that the convention was cancelled. Officially I believe that is what happens Mr. Wyatt has created a situation that has lined only his supporters up to even have a choice. I was originally listening to what why it had to say no longer. I feel he has deceived. The Republican party the constituency in the voter, please do some research into this with the election board the state committee at center, this also has set a lot about Mr. Norman's as his support of why it grows so does his own agenda become revealed. He is not listening to the Republican voters, but rather the Tidewater elite and liberals whom he serves I am afraid. This is another case of politics over choice and politicians over what the voters really want. I know the Democrats are good at this. But I am sorrowful that now the Republicans are. As well. This is not the same as when Kanter was voted out that was at least a fair challenge. Who by a guy who was in his short term better at listening to the people by two cents. So there you go. We'll continue. I would dare say to stay on top of this. I know that my friend John Reid who does our morning show. Does a great job. There has been following it as well. And I would say that certainly between the two of us we've been more than fair to everybody involved in this. I don't know that it's settled yet when it becomes settled. You'll know when I know I got up quick just a quick message here. Text for my friends at the olive oil taproom. I was remiss the other day. I didn't realize that the month that changed guess what? A new pairing of the month..
"state board elections" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"McRae. Dallas more than a hundred and thirty thousand dollars for one congressional race Harris's admitted to directing red dome to hire Dallas but denies any wrongdoing. Despite this the North Carolina GOP is still saying that they're guy Mark how're should be seated as US congressman in a tweet today that in the best light is still pretty damning that row quote. I think you've got one innocent person in this whole thing, and he's the one getting the really bad end of the deal here. And that's Mr. Mark Harris that statement the GOP picked to convince the country of their candidates innocence was set at today's hearing another then Lisa bread. The convicted felon who had moments before admitted to illegally collecting and filling in strangers ballots. So consulting firm higher by Republican candidate paid someone. Then engage in the worst most. Agreed documented electoral fraud of the entire cycle and the party that likes to scaremonger about voter fraud thinks they're guy should still get to be seated in congress hearing continues tomorrow, and the state board elections will decide whether or not this qualifies a fair election in the state of North Carolina or whether another election is needed. We are now less than a year from the Iowa caucuses and the battle for the democratic presidential nomination is fully underway. Maybe the candidates are already on the campaign trail, particularly in the key early states of Iowa New Hampshire and South Carolina, then meeting voters, and honing their stump speeches testing out what works, and what doesn't like a stand up comedian who tries out material in a small club before embarking on a national tour. This is a laboratory if these candidates sharpen their message establish, what makes them different this president's day. Weekend was the most active in the twenty twenty Ray so far as candidates garnered big crowds and voters and local reporters started form opinions about what which what each of the candidates have to offer. Joining me in our pair reporters who've been on the ground with those candidates, Pat Reiner who runs the political new site. I was starting line and Caitlyn bird political reporter at the post and career in Charleston, South Carolina, Palamu start with you in Iowa. Which is obviously the place in the first contest. You are a true I will caucus. Nerd you've worked on in the past. You have been documenting and carefully. What what is what does it look like from the crowd standpoint? In terms of enthusiasm turn out those kinds of things so far. Well, that's one of the most fascinating thing. So far crisis. They Kamla Harris. Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren. They're getting crowds of five hundred to eight hundred people out while ready. I mean, those are turnouts that you would be happy to have like a month out from the Iowa caucus much much less than a year out. And what's fascinating to me. Personally. I've I've worked in the state a lot. I know who these activists are what's interesting is who's turning out to these events. So right now, you got a lot of different candidates from different ideological backgrounds. But the people who I see coming out to these events don't necessarily fit those. I've seen core. Bernie Sanders activists out to see John Hickenlooper. Even though they're not gonna end up caucusing for him. I've seen county party folks out at Elizabeth Warren events, even though they think she's too far the left, but the interesting and nice thing is they're all finding something that they like about these candidates early on because right now, it's all still, you know, it's also pretty nice out there. Yeah. So far. There's it's it's been. Very positive..
"state board elections" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm Audie Cornish in Washington. And I'm Ari Shapiro. Senate Republicans sharply rebuked, President Trump today on his foreign policy enough Republicans sided with Democrats to advance a resolution that opposes the immediate. Withdrawal of US troops in Syria and Afghanistan. The move was led by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell ISIS and Al Qaeda have yet today defeated at American national security interest require continued commitment to our mission. The president took many people by surprise in December. When he said he would withdraw troops from Syria arguing that the mission to defeat. Isis was already complete NPR's. Tim Mack joins us now from Capitol Hill, high Tim, hey, there, this is a resolution, it doesn't actually reverse the president's policy. So what what does it accomplish? You're right. The resolution can't force change in President Trump's policy regarding Syria or Afghanistan, but forty three Republicans out of fifty three total in the Senate voted to rebuke him on his Syria policy today, it signals to the president that many. Members of his own party are not with him when it comes to a swift withdrawal and disagree with his belief that ISIS has been defeated. Here's what Trump said in a video message. She posted on Twitter back in December. We have one against ISIS. We've beaten them and we've beaten a badly we've taken back the land. And now it's time for our troops to come back home. The unexpected announcement led to the resignation of the press the special presidential envoy for the global coalition to counter ISIS and secretary of defense Jim Mattis in many in Trump's own administration have said that ISIS isn't defeated that. There are still thousands of ISIS fighters in the area and the pose a risk to regional stability. So the president can do a lot of things in foreign policy unilaterally. But ultimately on your changes relating to funding relating to policy. He needs to maintain a coalition of support in congress, and congress is telling him quite strongly today. He doesn't have their support on a quick withdrawal from Syria or. Afghanistan. How significant is it that the top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell led this effort? Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell speaks for a large group of hawkish Republicans who have a standing disagreement with the president's foreign policy instincts. Here's here's Senator McConnell on the Senate floor today. United States is engaged in Syria and Afghanistan for one simple reason because our enemies are engaged. They're real dangerous to us and to our allies still remain in both these nations. So we must continue to confront them McConnell is most often an ally of President Trump's, but on this issue he felt strongly enough to lay down a marker on where he and the vast majority of Senator stained, and it's kind of becoming a recurring theme on issues like NATO on the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi on Russia. Sanctions. Republican lawmakers have repeatedly stood up to the president on his national security instincts. It really does seem like foreign policy is the one major area. Where Republicans aren't afraid to break with the president. Unlike issues, like health care or taxes or imagination. Are Republicans on the hill signaling that they are more willing to openly break with the president on other matters of foreign policy. You know, one issue to watch and one issue. I'm watching is going to be how congress reacts to US support for the Saudis in the ongoing war in Yemen. Republicans like Senator, Mike Lee and congressman Ken buck. They've joined with progressives. Like Senator Bernie Sanders invoked the War Powers Act to stop US military assistance from being provided to the Saudis back in December the Senate voted to do Justice. But the house didn't take it up. There's a good chance that the new house and Senate will address this issue and try to force the president's hand leading to a confrontation regarding US policy in Yemen later this year, NPR's, Tim, Mack speaking with us from the capital, thanks to him. Thanks a lot as the Senate has been debating pulling out US troops from Syria. More disturbing information has come out today about the conditions for some in that country, the World Health Organization says that in the last two months. At least twenty nine children have died as their families fled the conflict for camp in northeastern Syria. Most died from exposure to the cold on the trip or at the camp itself. NPR's Ruth Sherlock. Was there a few days ago? She's left Syria and joins us now on the line. Welcome back Ruth. Thank you. So the WHO is sounding a warning about the conditions for these thousands of people, right? Who are streaming into this camp. Can you tell us what it was like there? I mean, the conditions are just awful, you know, the US led offensive in northeastern Syria against ISIS is ongoing and as many as strikes going on and this is causing so many people to flee camp officials told us that as many as twenty three thousand people have arrived at the camp in just the last eight weeks, so that overwhelmed, and they just don't have the resources to cope some of the people who arrive at these camps have been working for days. They don't have the proper clothes. They arrived code and often wet site to the skin in it was raining when we were there and they were standing. In these long lines waiting for tense, but there aren't enough tents to go around. So some of these people have to then sleep outside exposed to the elements, and that's what's causing some of these terrible deaths that the World Health who got is Asian noted. But there's also another tragic side to this which is that people who do have he sing exposed to risks from those heaters the having to use these kerosene heaters that are very dangerous and consent tense alike. Last week a seven year old girl died in a tent fire in our who camped just a few days before we arrived there. And we've also heard about other similar cases where this happened, right? This is just one camp. What's the overall displacement situation? Well, as much as half of the country's population is is displaced intern lyrics or outside of the country that some eleven million people, and although there's been a trickle of people returning from neighboring Lebanon to Syria, the vast majority still think it's too dangerous to go back either because of the war, which is ongoing. Going. Ooh, because they face arrest by the Assad regime. Many are living in awful conditions similar to those that we saw in our who camp Syria is a country with multiple conflicts at this point. Right. There's the war against ISIS. That's being led by the US with local fighters. There's the civil war between the government and rebels. That's been going for nearly eight years where do these conflicts San now? Well, this currently own your little pockets of ISIS left. However, people are concerned that should the US withdrew or should the dynamics change on the ground again. Isis could still reemerge and at the same time in parallel, there's a civil war going on in the country. The Syrian government has the upper hand in that but rebel forces still control the northern province of whether millions of people and now the Syrian government and the Russians the allies have said they might plan to attack the area. Finally, you were in northeastern Syria. What were people thinking about this idea of the US withdrawal, people feel angry and betrayed kaddish? Officials say they've lost the lives of. Thousands of young men and women in the US backed fight against ISIS, and the US withdrew could now expose them to new threats a takeover by the Syrian regime or an attack by Turkey who says that the authorities the Kurdish authorities they're allied with militants that it sees as terrorists. But also, you know, Kurdish officials respect you said, privately they don't necessarily believe the withdrawal will happen as quickly as President Trump would like they understand the political divisions that are happening in the US over this. That's NPR's Ruth Sherlock Ruth. Thanks for speaking with us. Thank you. Nearly three months after the midterm elections. North Carolina's ninth district still doesn't have representation in the US house. That's because the state board elections there declined to certify the race to allegations of vote by mail fraud today. Governor ROY Cooper appointed new members to that state board and those five people will soon have to decide whether a whole new election is necessary NPR's, miles parks has more on November. Seventh two thousand eighteen Dan mccready thought is run for congress was over McCreadie ran as a democrat North Carolina's ninth district, he trailed Republican Mark Harris by nine hundred five votes, and he conceded the day after the election that seems like a lifetime ago now, oh, boy it's been such a whirlwind last couple months for like two years creating retracted his concession after the North Carolina State board of elections decided not to certify the race. Instead began investigation center on a political operative higher by the Harris campaign may McRae. Dallas Dallas had a reputation for helping vote by mail. Totals in the east part of the ninth district. Some voters have alleged that Dallas collected people's ballots, which is a legal North Carolina. There have also been questions about whether all the ballots. He allegedly collected were actually turned in. Here's McCreadie again. There was clearly a culture of corruption that was built by my opponent. Exactly how much he knew. And when he knew it, I hope that we'll be able to uncover during the investigation Harris was recently hospitalized and wasn't available for an interview in the past. He said he talked to Dallas often and even at a quote pastorally relationship with him. But he's repeatedly said he knew of no illegal activity, his campaign recently asked the state court certifies election. A judge rejected that request last week Harris and state Republicans argue that there aren't enough votes and question to overturn his nine hundred five vote margin. Anyway, but during the hearing an attorney for the state alluded to the possibility that investigators may have evidence that shows, otherwise, I don't know. Currently what's in that material? I think I can say with some confidence Howard that the material that. Is there certainly suggests that the number of disputed votes more than sufficiently calls this merging into question. The public will know a lot more about that evidence in the next few weeks. The newly appointed state board made up of three Democrats and two Republicans is expected to hold a public hearing took over what investigators have uncovered now what really knows what the evidence is being presented. Well, it show a large amount of fraud a little dog. That's Jerry Cohen a former special counsel for the North Carolina general semi he says what the board calls for a new election or certified Harris, the rules require a bipartisan vote, we have had our state board of elections. Call elections where there has been substantial evidence of fraud. We've had three local elections read out in the last three years, North Carolina. For example, if the board is deadlocked coins says the US house of representatives could dean the seat vacant in that case, the governor can call a new election, but Creedy the thought his candidacy was over months ago. Says he now fully expect. It's a new election to be called to me. I think this is a fight that needs fighting it rises above Republican or democrat or or even won election. I mean, this is about what it means to be an American his campaign has begun staffing and fundraising accordingly since early December..
"state board elections" Discussed on Here & Now
"For from public workers there, by the way, this is a Swiss ski town. There is a lot of snow, but I understand this year in unnatural amount of snow. How bad is it? It's the worst. It's ever been going back to the leave nineteen sixty one or nineteen fifty one, and it is snowy. It is a snowy Tom Keene editor at large for Bloomberg TV and radio. Thank you. Lisa. Thank you so much. Well, let's turn to domestic politics and brace yourself because we're going to the last unresolved midterm election contest. The ninth congressional district in North Carolina. You remember this is where an associate of the Republican candidate Mark Harris was accused of collecting mail in ballots from voters and promising to fill them in which is illegal the Republican narrowly beat the democratic candidate, Dan mccready, but he wasn't seated. So that these accusations could be sorted out. While this morning, the Republican Mark Harris asked a judge to certify his nine hundred and five vote lead over the democrat, Dan McCreevy despite those questions about vote tampering. Oh, and despite the recent dissolution of the state's board elections. Joining us is w UNC politics reporter rusty Jacobs. Rusty this is. Saga? It is ongoing ever complicated as you said Marquez is legal team as file emotion to very specific legal question is can the court intervene in what today's judge actually turned a dramatic intervention. A dramatic move and intervene an order the state board of elections executive director to certify that nine hundred five vote victory by Republican marquess over democrat, Dan, mccready, I to back up because we mentioned the election board. The Republican party has reshuffled the board and that was declared unconstitutional back in October..
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"Year. Yeah. Of course. Where do you plan to move back? I don't have any plans on moving back for ballot was not legal because she listed a Matthews address that she left more than five years ago, but her ballot for Dan, McCreevy and other Democrats counted individuals that live out of the state, and if not lived here for years, I have no intention of coming back. They should not be voting. The values coalition believes this kind of fraud is common with both parties. Is it your opinion that Democrats and Republicans both are kind of taking advantage of this looking at the results. Republicans Democrats unaffiliated voters all seem to be not using this system. The way the statute with read many of the Mecklenburg absentee ballots in question. Also had date discrepancies. In other words of voter Mark, the ballot one day, but the witness put down a much different date law clearly says that when I Mark my ballot. I'm supposed to be sitting in two witnesses are what? Adultery. And when we see date discrepancies all ballots where people were signing or witnessing even before the ballot was mailed to them or weeks between when the witness and the voter it certainly is suspicious, and I would question why the county boards would accept those ballots. Well, the state mortar election says the law doesn't technically require matching dates between the witness in the voter, but certainly different dates should raise a red flag. I certainly think that the absentee ballot process and North Carolina should be looked at as we found with absentee voters. We talked with breaking the law involving the absentee ballots is actually quite easy though with people like Betty sailor who was listed as a witness on an absentee ballot by a friend without her knowledge. She says nobody really intended to break the law. I just don't want to cause any confusion, but I wasn't going to stay. In here to you. In a in my opinion, the absentee ballot process is just open fried and open to people just abusing the system and the values coalition thinks there are enough questionable absentee ballots to change the outcome of one race in the state House Democrat, Rachel hunt of Matthew's beat Bill Brawley, the Republican, but they think Brawley actually, one now need to point out state board. Elections tells me they will examine the concerns of the values coalition, but not likely to change the outcome of any races. Instead, they tell us they're more likely to end up just writing some absentee voters and warning them play by the rules and the future. Charlotte at six here on WBZ t- some of the other top stories on this Thursday. No more Chinese t shirts that is the decision from a local clothing company, a local company that supplies t shirts and other team apparel to college bookstores has cut its ties with a Chinese company that reportedly used forced labor of a minority ethnic group that has housing an internment camp badger sportswear, which is located in stateful said Wednesday has ceased business with the fact that produce the products after reports from they said, she had a press stated that the Chinese government has started forcing some of the detainees to work in manufacturing and food industries in that region of China badger also said they will not ship any product made from that factory that is already in their possession any item that is the product of forced labor is legal and subject to seizure by US customs and border protection university, stocking badger clothing began pulling items from the shelves and websites after the report appeared in December. Brad Johnson WBZ news a weird video making news today from a guy who may be running for president Baidoa Rourke of Texas. He did a live stream from the data Stormer Texas Senate candidate Beto Aurora. Instagram's his visit to the dentist to talk about the US Mexico border. I'm.
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"And so when it comes to this idea of the government shutdown. The Democrats are expected to unveil legislation to keep it open. They won't offer any new money for the president's wall. Do you think that's a good strategy or should Democrats offer something, well, let me let me just say something right now, here's what I think is the frustration. You think you're negotiating with Donald Trump? And that's basically a fiction you were really negotiating with Laura Ingram. Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and the rest of the boys and girls at Fox News. That's the problem. There is no person sitting there named Donald Trump who's going to tell you what the answer is about the wall. There is no saving face for Donald Trump. Donald Trump will be able to tell you when he wanted to go. She ate with the Democrats win. The Fox News w GOP or whatever you wanna call. It gives him permission. That's part of the problem when you had Pelosi. There isn't a negotiating person on the other side of the table. So what is she supposed to do? I think she's going to basically so to stay. The course. This isn't about a wall. This is about who's pulling Donald Trump strength and the problem for Donald Trump is he has to get permission from them. And that's something that Nancy Pelosi can't basically can't abide by Arnie Arnesen. You said you've started off talking about New Hampshire tells a little bit about the activity. What do you expect particularly this year? We heard about Elizabeth Warren. But what else are you seeing? And what do you expect to see in this year? Well, I mean, obviously, we're going to be seeing a lot of what's going on with the presidential campaigns, which unfortunately is also going to sort of have a maybe not necessarily a positive effect on what happens with state legislation because to to a large extent, the presidential political to the sucks the energy out of politics, except here's the good news. I think we're gonna see things like this. We're gonna see putting a minimum wage Bill on the table. What you need to know about New Hampshire. We don't even have a New Hampshire. Minimum wage that means that the feds ever got rid of a minimum wage, we wouldn't have them. So that means we're still at seven twenty five all the surrounding states have not only their own minimum wage. They're raising it Massachusetts just raised it starting. I believe today. So I think you're gonna see conversations about minimum wage, you're gonna see conversations for example, about legalizing marijuana all the states around us have done it where so sort of, you know, living in the dark ages a lot of these conversations. However, well, also sort of I think parallel what's happening on the presidential campaign. So to a large. If we're talking about bringing the bottom up the minimum wage conversations there the whole idea about legalizing marijuana is not just state issue. Frankly, the fans have to sort of step into this. So I think you're gonna see those kinds of things begin to happen. And I think that that's important. And let's also be honest here. Climate change is real let me repeat this everyone. Climate change is real it is costing us billions and billions of dollars. I think my state is going to begin to look at how they need to begin to operate to address climate change that is going to be a huge issue nationally. And then last, but not least I am pessimistic about the economy. The rest of the world is beginning to see I was significant softening in a recession. We're not an island. We are really part of that sort of international conversation. You saw what happened with Wall Street? I think we're due for a recession. The problem is we have an enormous deficit, which means you can't turn to the feds when there's a recession so states you're going to have to prepare for that. And they're going to have to make. The right investments and make sure that their economies can sort of hold together. I think that's another conversation that will be having as he watched. What's happening with the economy? Talking people follow your show. They can go to W and H M dot org. My show is called the attitude with Arnie Arnesen, we stream live from twelve to one every day, we podcast, and if you want to know, what's happening nationally internationally, and especially at the presidential level. We will be absolutely keeping cats and everyone from data to come to bite into my next door. Neighbor Bernie Sanders. This is Arnie artists and joining us for our conversation. One of many opinion is we'll have on during the course of the morning happy new year to you and thanks for coming on new year. Oh, it's a pleasure. Happy new year. Everyone joining us from North Carolina. Mitch Koci of the Carolina journal. He is their senior political analyst good morning to you. Welcome and happy new year. Good morning and happy new year to you. I hope it's going to be a great plenty nineteen. That is is this a sense of optimism that you feel then perennially at optimist. I'm also the sort of a realist as well to know that we're ever going to get everything that we want. But I think if you look at the where things are headed there, certainly plenty of things to talk about the DeLuca polarization right here in North Carolina. We're still still dealing with the fact that we don't know who our whole complement of members of congress because of a fight in the ninth congressional district. But despite that, I always look ahead with it with a sense of optimism at the beginning of the New Year's because at the beginning of the year. You haven't seen all the stuff that would make you a pessimist yet? So if you had guideposts to point you to your way about this optimism that you might feel what would you look at? Well, I think the thing that you have to look at is that the United States if we're looking at the national picture is still a one of the dominant countries our economy has been rolling along fairly. Well, now, of course, with the the tariffs that President Trump supports that's been something that's been a hindrance of economic growth, but largely were still in pretty good shape. Although we have had troops fighting overseas in the Middle East for the large part. We have been spared for decades and decades from World War. The economy is still growing developing countries are still a growing by leaps and bounds. So in large respects, if you look at the world in twenty nineteen compared to the world say forty fifty sixty years ago, you have to say in almost every measure United States and the world are doing better. And I think that will continue even though there's still going to be some challenges. We're going to have to deal with a lot of problems, including the increased political polarization, which I. I think everyone sees as big problem. How do you factor? The current thing that we're talking about in Washington, the shutdown and to your sense of optimism. How does it really make an impact for those folks who live there in North Carolina the people that you talking associate with? At this point. We don't really see a whole lot of discussion about it on a whole lot of impact. And I think largely that's because this shutdowns partial shutdown took place near the end of a calendar year people are shutting things down. Anyway, they're shutting down the work for the year, not really dealing a whole lot with the government. I think if the or to see some major impacts from the shutdown it's probably going to take back now moving forward after day when everyone starts get back to work, and they noticed that some of the things that we dealt with the federal government. We're not seeing these open, but I think so far most people dealing with the holidays visiting grandma and grandpa, and for the kids dealing with that now once we launched to the new year people will start to see an impact if any from the checkout now, I think one of the things that people who like to use the shutdown as a way to to try to get people moving together to try to get some sort. Deals. One thing that could be a downside for them is that if the shutdown continues and people really don't see a major impact on their lives. Then the shutdown loses a lot of its value as a scare tactic and people will say, wait a minute. If we don't we could live our lives, just as we are without these government agencies operating at full staff and a full power. Do we really need off his government agencies? So there is that danger that if people continue to live their lives, and they don't see a major impact on the shutdown. They might say why do we just stuff anyway in DC, Mr. Koci this time of year? There's always stories about new laws and regulations that go into a place across the nation. What's the picture there in North Carolina? And what do you think about you after you're all these layers of new laws being put into place? Well, I think someone suggested one time that we might be better off if every new law had to come along with a repeal of two previous laws, and that might be something. Good in North Carolina. We've seeks some interesting new laws are some election changes. We'd also see and you've probably heard this on the national level. One of our one of our do laws has gotten a lot of publicity is this one that would ban those who sell non dairy milk from calling milk. And so several other states in the in the US go along with that same measure than the people are so soya milk or almond milk. When be able to call it not anymore. You look at that. You say do you really need a law for that? This is the type of thing that probably people could figure out on their own. We at the at the John Locke foundation and a Carolina journal up at supportive of trying to keep government in it in its limited spot where does the things that he needs to do any lead people to run their lives the way that they would like to otherwise. So when you see a bunch of laws come into place that can always create a problem. Our big story here, of course, in North Carolina, dealing with the national picture is what happens at our ninth congressional district. This is something where the congress is coming back as you very well now, you're just a couple of days, and we are going to have a nice district congressman because our state board elections, which now no longer exists that board of elections refused to certify the results in the night special district. One thing that we do know is that the comeback from the last session of congress. Robert pittenger is not coming back. He lost a primer. Mary election any just announced within the last couple of days, if there is a brand new election with a brand new primary care in North Carolina. He's not going to be he's not going to try to get his seat back. So we do know the one thing we know about district is no Robert pittenger. But there's still quite a bit of interest and concern about who is going to be. I the Reverend Mark Harris who was the Republican unseated picture, you know, primary appear to have one on election day by about nine hundred dotes over a democrat new damage creepy, but there's still a lot of uncertainty about what's happening because of some irregularities involving absentee ballots in the eastern part of that district. And as I said, we don't have right now in election sports, and there's a fight between our governor and our general assembly about whether the governor could set up a temporary elections for the Republicans who are lead, the general assembly say go you can't do that. You don't have the power to do it. The new brand new election sports by law checks. At the end of January. So what happens between now? And then is uncertain. We know that some leaders the new leadership in the house of representatives in in DC as said, it's not interested in seeing the Reverend Mark Harris says the new congressman because of all of the sensor, and that in terms of political stories is probably the main thing we're watching your right now. North Carolina, hyper locally vary in North Carolina. You have a democratic governor ROY Cooper has two years left in his term. How would you? How would you? I guess bracket that the first two years, and particularly what faces them in these next two years. The first two years were very tough ROY Cooper because Republicans held veto proof supermajority in both our state house and Senate. So basically, they would go along with governor. If it was something they already wanted to do if you put forward a proposal at that..
"state board elections" Discussed on KCRW
"This is KCRW seven forty five. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. An update now on the probe into election fraud in North Carolina's ninth congressional district. Investigators for the North Carolina State board elections have officially named Leslie McRae. Dallas as a person of interest Republican Mark Harris leads democrat Dama Creedy by just over nine hundred votes in the unofficial vote tally. But the election still hasn't been certified and mail in ballots are at the center of all of this NPR's, miles parks has been covering the story, and he joins us now in studio here miles. Hi there who is Leslie McRae Dulles. So he is a somebody who was being paid by Republican Mark Harris via a consulting firm. This investigation is really focused on what went on in Robeson county and bladen county which are on the east part of the ninth district. Mark Harris really outperformed their in specifically in vote by mail ballots compared to the number of ballots that were turned in by registered Republicans voters have alleged that Dallas went out. Actually gathered people's ballots, which is a legal in North Carolina. And that has people questioning whether those ballots were all turned in or whether they were manipulating some way. Basically, the state board of elections is looking into whether there are enough questions here to actually doubt the integrity of the election and potentially call for a whole new election, the ninth district, I mean leading up to this election miles talked about how fried almost never happens, very rare. But now we're talking about a congressional race potentially hanging on the balance because so in person voter fraud is what we've been talking about never ever happens. This is the kind of fraud that President Donald Trump, for instance, talks about somebody changed their hat to to be able to vote twice but absentee ballot fraud mail in ballot fraud does occasionally happen. I talked to Charles Stewart who's an election expert at MIT about this. The consensus is among people who study fraud carefully is that voting by mail is a much more fertile area for fraud. Dan voting in person. What's interesting, though, is that we're actually seeing vote by mail increase across the country the percent of people nationally who voted by mail and the two thousand sixteen presidential election actually tripled compared to just two decades prior because it's super convenient, right? Exactly. You waited in those long lines. Sometimes there are so many benefits. Here you mentioned the long lines. There's also the fact that you have weeks to fill out your ballot with your resources handy in the comfort of your own home, most richer, meet right, excuse me. Most research says that it does increase turnout, especially in low profile, non presidential elections Stewart told me that overall basically there's this trend going on a toward making voter voting easier and accessible for people and the amount of fraud were talking about when we talk about vote by mail fraud is still miniscule compared to the amount of ballots that are cast even say over the last decade. But still now that we've got this North Carolina case, I imagine some state election officials out there across the country are perhaps rethinking the accessibility to the experts. I talked to are really worried about that possibility possibility that election security hawks are basically use what's happening North Carolina as a way to clamp down on vote by mail ballots. But like you said voters really like this practice in every state where they've allowed people to. Do it more often people? Do it more often to the point where three states are actually vote by mail completely people can vote in person if they choose, but they every single registered voter in Washington, Oregon and Colorado actually receives a mail in ballot. So I talked to election directors in those states who basically said they wanna use North Carolina as.
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"Speed with the things you need to know this morning info to go is here. What's in the news? Diversity of Maryland. Changing course in his fired head football. Coach DJ Dirk the move comes just a day after he was reinstated, which led to outrage and protests by students politicians in players on the team Durkan had been on paid administrative leave since August during an investigation into the culture of the football program after a player collapsed and died in practice. Twelve year old northern Virginia boy was charged with sexual battery after girls in his class reported that he touched them in appropriately the student add Rippon middle school in Dumfries accused of touching sixth grade girls starting back in September. I he apparently did it on their private areas. Over their close today is the last day of early voting in Maryland, the Maryland state board election says over four hundred sixty one thousand Marylanders have cast their ballot at the early. Voting polls. So far that's more than double the number who voted back in twenty four teams governor race on the last day of early voting in DC is tomorrow. A survey by Bank, rape dot com. Finds it millennials are much more likely to discuss their salary than other generations. And sixty four percent of millennials have told a family member other than their spouse their salary compared to just forty three percent of baby boomers thirty three percent of millennials have shared their salary with a co-worker only eighteen percent of baby boomers have done that. And forty eight percent of millennials have told a romantic partner how much they make. It's versus just twenty nine percent boomers millennials for not being concerned about wealth and income. Well, these things fleeting except that. They don't mind telling people how much they're making right? They talk about it. Care. Okay. Just don't care. They'd rather be out saving the world. And there's nothing wrong with twenty five cents an hour. Four hundred bucks an hour. I'm going to go down here. And I'm going to help with this sunny skies. Nice day seventy six today right now fair and fifty three at seven thirty six real stories from real people all over the DMV today. You're going to hear a crazy. I date that I think is going for the award chilly of T M I T M I Kathy in middle river will share her story in just minutes. The right there it is Thursday. Ninety.
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"The president is stepping down i'm brian kelly camelot's news time eleven oh three your forecast at eleven o five president randy done is stepping down effective july thirtieth the board of trustees expected to meet monday to finalize the separation agreement it includes a six month two hundred fifty thousand dollars severance guns then expected to be hired as a visiting professor at the edwardsville campus starting january first that'll pay him one hundred thousand dollars a year don's been criticized over his handling of the proposal to shift more than five million dollars in state funding from the school's carbondale campus to edwardsville missouri governor mike parson has signed a bill that makes it that raises the marriage age and missouri from fifteen to sixteen the measure requires sixteen and seventeen year olds received parental permission to be married it also bars someone twenty one our older from marrying anyone seventeen or younger the state board elections as confident the state named in yesterday's indictment from special counsel robert muller is illinois the indictment says officers from a russian federation intelligence agency hacked a state election boards database install names addresses phone numbers birthdates and a last four digits of social security numbers from five hundred thousand voters saint louis man is the second person in just over a week to drown at the offsets quarry near frederick town the highway patrol says twenty one year old saffy and livingston began struggling in the water around four yesterday afternoon he went under on the fourth coal duffle of chesterfield drown in the offsets after jumping into the water from an embankment the collinsville couple accused in last month's death with their two week old baby out of jail now brandon fisk and katie seib or released on bond yesterday after they were charged with endangering the life or health of the child jack fisk police say they were drunk and that led to the circumstances that caused jack staff in sports the cardinals host the reds again this afternoon after losing to nine to one last night our coverage begins with the total access pregame show a to fifteen first pitches at three ten there is a heat advisory in effect until eight o'clock this evening heading for a high of ninety six with humidity it's going to feel like one oh five or so thunderstorm possible later on in the day then tonight a shower heavy storm possible partly cloudy otherwise and down to seventy seven and then tomorrow clouds son humidity a shower or storm again and a high of ninety one we're at eighty five and olivetti already ninety in high ridge and sunny and ninety downtown at the gateway arts we'll call it mostly sunny downtown at the gateway arch i'm brian kelly and kmox news time eleven oh six now kingdom awarerx answer service welcome to the helix foundation repair home improvement show now here's your host scott moesby on komo axe.
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"Hello i'm kate baldwin live in new york to our viewers watching around the world this is state of america tonight friday the thirteenth here in the united states is known as the pretty much the unluckiest day of the year and it appears luck has just run out for a dozen russian military intelligence officers after the special counsel released in eyepopping indictment late this afternoon here's the deputy attorney general rod rosenstein charges twelve russian military officers by name for conspiring to interfere with the twentieth sixteen presidential election eleven of the defendants are charged with conspiring to hack into computers steal documents and release those documents with the intent to interfere in the election one of those defendants twelfth russian military officer are charged with conspiring to infiltrate computers of organisations involved in administering elections including state boards of election secretaries of state and companies that supply software used to administer elections all twelve are members of the jar you russian military intelligence and the justice department says the hacking targeted hillary clinton's campaign the democrats national party and the democratic congressional campaign committee even as he said state board's election and companies developed election software this case as well as the internet research agency or essentially being transferred out of muller's team into the national security division of the department of justice muller handed them step one of this in ira step two in hacking and now i think doj is gonna take this and run with it and multiple focus on whether or not any americans were knowingly involved in this also innocent investigators found that the russians communicated with someone in touch with the trump campaign journalists and even a congressional candidate rosenstein was clear though to point out the following that there is no allegation in this indictment that any american citizen committed a crime that there is no allegation in this indictment that americans knew they were corresponding with russians there is no allegation in this indictment that the conspiracy impacted the the election vote count does that mean this could be an there can be an allegation in another indictment we don't know we all we know this bombshell news and it is just that bombshell news.
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"Audience in those watching from home to get a reminder of the history behind why were here hearing why were talking about this it goes back to us into it also goes back to a sixteen uh it was two thousand sixteen abboud was august when it was public a reported that illinois in arizona where the two states that had been hacked by foreign entity uh illness tapert election their voter registration files have been compromised uh it is alleged stated that it was russia was the actor who did this off fast forward after the election minute voter registration rolls are separate from voter tabulation so it is the consensus that voter tabulation was not interfered with it is voter registration in those databases so fast ford f you election national intelligence agencies did come to consensus that we'd been hacked that's janury 2017 we are taken a particular interest because we're one of the two known states at the time and his doug noted it ended up being twenty one states that have been compromised that may we worked with the illinois general assembly with illinois state senator michael hastings he's the chairman of the cyber security a subcommittee in the illinois senate bad hearing with the state board elections tried to get some answers what happened who'd you talk to what did you find out we find out how much voter information been compromised social security numbers home addresses what localities was there a pattern uh fess four to june we partner with the state senator to send a letter to all one hundred and nine hundred and eight local election authorities is one hundred two counties in illinois 100 nine local election authorities the example would be city chicago has its own election authority i think it's helpful to understand how we do have a decentralized electoral system um every local election thirty has some jurisdiction with how they operate their elections and what equipment they buy and in what they use um many of you probably aware illinois in our local election authorities we have paper records even if you're casting uh your vote on a watch electronic screen some states don't have that papertrail this is a replay of monday's programming on cspan review so we reached out to local authorities and we said we hacked what do you do to prevent a hack do you follow any of these cyber hygiene protocols uh what can we do to help at.
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"The degree to which russia invaded the election and take a the election away for american voters and whether anybody with the campaign or the transition of the trump administration was working with the russians to sell out the country we gotta get answers to those questions and and and the blog that obviously got the is called the intercept and they're they're reporting obviously that came from the nsa they are noting that the public intelligence assessment of russian hacking that we of course also on january it explicitly said hacking didn't impact the vote count but this new nasa document which is dated may that they said has new information recently inquire acquired i'm sorry that specifically says hackers attack the voter registration process senator when you hear that do you think the vote count could have been affected by the russians oh i i definitely think so let's just maker let's make a distinction here i don't think anybody has suggested that the actual tallies on the machines were affected although that certainly something we should look at but i haven't heard anybody suggest that there's evidence that that occurred but when the when the combined weight of the intelligence committees say that russia was engaging in a wide ranging pattern of action to affect the election to say there was we can determine that there was no affect you'd be foolish to say that especially when you add to the leaking of information the fact that they were sucking data about individuals out side of state boards elections in again and that is all publicly reported material that i'm giving you so look they they intended to affect the outcome.
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"Downs when house republicans front winter says deer is still a systemic voter find out there stuff that's not being cars in dallas can continue until the bowling system felt change right now dallas with say there too many opportunities for voter friday to me ways that people cooper tend to be someone else right now you show up to bowl with no idea the late you vote shop at the run precincts the late you vote our side and the voters have some responsibilities and the best example is showing up to the right likes to vote on election and i i do i do think that's a fair statement i think that is the exact thing the democrats a point two saying that disenfranchised is are people cause i keep his friends of their keep because it takes to they have such eight eight eight eight negative horrible demeaning view of their own that they can show up to my place good luck that it to parties have very different ideas about how we should both to general eyes democrats thing to should be as easy as possible republicans don't him being in each of these positions and said helping their side at the polls tougher voter requirements attended disproportionately discourage minority floaters that traditionally helps republicans hire voter turn out of minority voters usually helps the democrats dallas a passionate part is and will keep arguing in keep looking for florida billy keeps losing bites the north carolina state board elections try to fifty seven voter upon complaints was here and dismissed the vast majority of them for those searching for votto fraud it's like they waited all election year and please up their presence christmas morning and there was nothing inside the case was one of these is about show.
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"Downs when how's republican friday winter says beer is still a system voter find out there that's not being cars in dallas can continue until the only system itself right now dallas with save there too many opportunities for voter friday to me ways that people cooper tend to be someone outs right now you show up to vote with no idea a late you vote shop at the run precincts be late you vote our side they've the voters have some responsibilities and the best example is showing up to the right likes to vote on election i i do i do think that's a fair statement i think that is the exact thing the democrats will point to saying dad disenfranchised is are people kentucky this franchise their play because they're both take stick they have such eight eight eight eight negative horrible did main view of their own that they can show up to my place good luck that it to parties are very different ideas about how we should to general eyes democrats thing to should be as easy as possible republicans don't him being in each of these positions and said helping their side at the polls tougher voter retirements attended disproportionately discourage minority floaters back traditionally helps republicans prior voter turn out of minority voters usually helps the democrats dallas a passionate part is and will keep the arguing in keep looking for florida billy keeps losing bites the north carolina state board elections try to fifty seven bonafide complaints was here and dismissed the vast majority of them for those searching for voter fraud it's okay we did all election year and things up their presence christmas morning and there was nothing inside the case was one of the season the show.