26 Burst results for "Suburban County"

Big Wins Across State Primaries This Week

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | 3 d ago

Big Wins Across State Primaries This Week

"Had Kansas and Missouri Arkansas having battles, Missouri. We saw Eric Schmidt, the attorney general over there when the nomination in the battle of Eric's Donald Trump chiming in with an endorsement of Eric with two candidates having the same first name, Eric Schmidt ended up getting the win and will face off to try and make sure the Missouri Senate race stays in Republican hands and then down in Arizona. Carrie Lake finally gets the final nod that she's the winner in Arizona. Maricopa County, Phoenix that screwed up the 2020 election has done no progress in getting any further along at being able to actually count votes and get through an election process. You know, you've got other countries where they can literally hand count ballots and they can do it in 24 hours. Maricopa County can't even get it done in a few days and they had chaos, they had confusion, like we saw in 2020, despite all the denials that there was any election problems in Arizona that it didn't get stolen from Trump, but a big week there, and then in Tennessee, where we're broadcasting from in Memphis, Andy ogles wins the Republican primary in the Tennessee 5th congressional district. Last night, as Republicans redrew that district in Tennessee, it's been a 9 congressional district state for a while. Traditionally, you've had 7 Republicans to Democrats in recent years. Well, with redistricting, Republicans redrew the lines in Nashville, dividing Nashville up, adding some of the suburban counties to it. And for the first time for the first time since reconstruction, the Civil War, Republicans have an actual shot to pick up Nashville and probably do that new district is about a 12 plus Republican district Donald Trump carried it by over a dozen points,

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"suburban county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:38 min | Last month

"suburban county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Their new tools are accessory dwelling units a to use which can be apartments or garages and stand-alone dwellings Large multi-family transit oriented developments and surrounding train stations and bus depots The efforts are being fueled by housing activists and progressive think tanks like the brookings institute Which declared in a January 2022 article quote by some measures the suburban counties around New York City have some of the worst exclusionary zoning in the nation To understand the hostility to suburbs some background is useful The initial strategy was to usurp local control through litigation brought by hud It had limited success because to eviscerate local control had had to prove racial discrimination Which by the 80s and 90s had been largely eradicated Saha tried other tactics in 2900 and a housing activist forced New York's Westchester county into a settlement to build 750 units of affordable housing due to the county sloppy reporting of its federal housing grants The hunt then hud tried to use the settlement as a wedge to expand agreement And forced Westchester to sue individual municipalities to change their zone Hud's efforts failed due to its lack of statutory authority due to New York's constitutional protection of local zoning Because then county executive rob astorino now running in the Republican gubernatorial primary to challenge hackle Fought to protect the municipalities

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HUD's Tactics to Weaken & Destroy Zoning Laws for Democrats

Mark Levin

01:38 min | Last month

HUD's Tactics to Weaken & Destroy Zoning Laws for Democrats

"Their new tools are accessory dwelling units a to use which can be apartments or garages and stand-alone dwellings Large multi-family transit oriented developments and surrounding train stations and bus depots The efforts are being fueled by housing activists and progressive think tanks like the brookings institute Which declared in a January 2022 article quote by some measures the suburban counties around New York City have some of the worst exclusionary zoning in the nation To understand the hostility to suburbs some background is useful The initial strategy was to usurp local control through litigation brought by hud It had limited success because to eviscerate local control had had to prove racial discrimination Which by the 80s and 90s had been largely eradicated Saha tried other tactics in 2900 and a housing activist forced New York's Westchester county into a settlement to build 750 units of affordable housing due to the county sloppy reporting of its federal housing grants The hunt then hud tried to use the settlement as a wedge to expand agreement And forced Westchester to sue individual municipalities to change their zone Hud's efforts failed due to its lack of statutory authority due to New York's constitutional protection of local zoning Because then county executive rob astorino now running in the Republican gubernatorial primary to challenge hackle Fought to protect the municipalities

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Speaker Newt Gingrich Pinpoints the Watershed Moment in Glenn Youngkin's Campaign

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 9 months ago

Speaker Newt Gingrich Pinpoints the Watershed Moment in Glenn Youngkin's Campaign

"Speaking English as a resident of Virginia, I am, of course, buoyed. I am very excited by the recent victory of Glenn young of his lieutenant governor of his attorney general. What is, can we read a broader significance into this for next year and for 2024 or is it rather sui generous as a resident of the Commonwealth, I look at what happened here. And I see a businessman not unlike president Trump with no political background. He brought a business like attitude to the campaign, talked about getting Virginia back to work. But in the last few weeks, because of those mothers you mentioned at the school boards, he very adroitly pivoted to this culture war issue of fighting critical race theory and vowed to ban it on his first day in office. Is that a model or should Virginia be dealt with this as something unique? No, I think I watched lens campaign closely and talked frequently with his campaign manager. And I believe that the turning point of the campaign actually was when he went to a loudon county rally of a thousand people who were upset about the schools, and then in the debate when former governor Terry mcauliffe said that there was no place for parents in schools, and that was electrifying and as you pointed out Glen is a businessman and built a good campaign team and they actually had something up on the air. By the next morning. And just throw home for everybody in Virginia, the term of thought that there was no place for parents and schools. And that, I think became the signal moment that began to change everything. No, young can also did a very adroit job of having Trump's help in rural and southern Virginia where he's extraordinarily popular without having Trump campaign in Arlington and fairfax county where he's unpopular. And so junkin was able to pick up all the support in the suburban counties from people who were upset about the schools while picking up all the support in rural and small town Virginia from everybody who was pro

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"suburban county" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"suburban county" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

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"suburban county" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"suburban county" Discussed on KCRW

"Health and the health of others are W. J. F It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington, and I'm Ailsa Chang in Los Angeles Comedian Bill Cosby greeted and waved to a crowd of reporters this evening, flanked by his legal team, but he was otherwise silent as he walked back into his Pennsylvania home. Hours after his release from a state prison outside Philadelphia. The state Supreme Court overturned Cosby's conviction from 2018. That's when he was found guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2000 and four Although no other charges have been brought. Cosby has also been accused of sexual assault by dozens of women over several decades. W H Y Y is Laura bench off has been following this case and joins us now from Philadelphia. Welcome Hi, Elsa High, Okay, Can you just quickly remind us of the specific facts that led to Cosby's conviction in this case? Sure. In 2000 and four, Cosby was accused of giving Andrea constant who he had mentored a much younger woman. Pills that incapacitated her. And she says that that left her unable to fend off his sexual advances in his suburban Philadelphia home and really traumatized her. Okay. And why did the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturn his conviction? The Supreme Court justices. They they sided with Cosby. This argument he's been making throughout both trials that he went through and in the appeals, which is that a former district attorney in the suburban county where he has a home and where the alleged assault took place, had promised not to prosecute Cosby and that he believed that was binding. So After that promise was made when Andrea constant allegations first came to light. Cosby went on to give sworn testimony in a civil trial and he incriminated himself. Then he said things like he would sometimes give drugs to women that he wanted to have sex with. And so he claimed that he only shared that because he didn't think he could be charged in the future and the justices. Said that promise should have counted that otherwise it was a bait and switch and violated his rights. Well, this news of this overturned conviction has come as a surprise to many people. What kind of reaction have you been seeing so far? So, as you noted a little bit earlier, Cosby and his attorneys held a press conference outside his suburban Philadelphia mansion. And the entertainer didn't take any questions put to him. He let his attorney and spokespeople be his messengers, and they praised the justices for this decision. And we also heard from Andrea Constand, the victim and her attorneys. They put out a statement saying that they're disappointed and they're concerned this may discourage other victims of sexual assault from coming forward. And finally the prosecutor who ran on bringing Cosby to justice. He put out a statement praising Andrew content for her bravery and pointing out that jury still convicted Cosby of the crime he's accused of and that he's quote. Free on a procedural issue. End quote. Well, what is next for Cosby and prosecutors here Because, like we said Cosby has been accused of sexual assault by dozens of women. Is there any scenario where that could mean another trial or reinstatement of this conviction or more prison time? The justices in this case made the grounds for appeal. Very narrow. They said. He can never be recharged on these same charges regarding Constand. I spoke to some different defense attorneys who said different things, you know. Once said the district attorney could try to take it to the Supreme Court and say, Hey, the state Supreme Court here got it wrong, but that that's a pretty tough road to plow. And then you have Another lawyer who said, Well, they could ask, you know the same body that just released Cosby to re examine the arguments in this case, but that that's unlikely well, either way, Cosby's legal problems are far from over right. He is still getting sued. He has actually triggered more legal issues. By going through this criminal case. He's been charged with defamation for repeatedly or try and accused of defamation. I should say for repeatedly calling women and other people involved in in his prosecutions, liars so It is very unlikely. This is the last time Cosby will be in court. That is Lauren bench off in Philadelphia, Laura bench off of W H Y y Thank you, Laura. Thank you so much. Flooding sewers in Detroit melting roads in the Pacific Northwest collapsed building in Florida. While politicians in D C bicker over an infrastructure bill. Actual infrastructure in the United States is failing, and it's a sign of trouble ahead. In some of the past week's events. Scientists see signals of climate change to talk about that. We're joined by Nathan Rott, a member of NPR's climate team. Hi, Nate. Hey, Ari. Over the last week, we've been covering a lot of these dramatic stories as individual crises. What do you see when you look at them collectively? You know? Well, I think we.

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Michael Anton on Buckhead Secession, Realities in Other States Like New York and Maryland

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Michael Anton on Buckhead Secession, Realities in Other States Like New York and Maryland

"The people in the North. In parts are saying, Why don't we just get out of the city of Atlanta and become our own incorporated city that we can have our own police force and we can hire people who are going to enforce the law and let them know that we back then? You know, Michael, this makes me think of the it's really used in for religious institutions. More We talk about the term but the term subsidiarity, which is really the best level of administration, the most effective level of administration is going to be local. You know, In other words, you're H o A is going to be more receptive to what you need, because it's probably only what 102 100 homes and Eurasia way vote means a whole lot. It's one of 200 then the president to you, because he really doesn't care. I mean, you know, hundreds of millions of people vote for the president, of course of election cycles. Your vote. You know it matters, but you know, mathematically. It obviously doesn't matter as much. And I think this is one of those ideas that listen. If New York State is so big, it's not going to listen to him Onondaga County or whatever it may be. You know that Maybe these counties could join us, And I think having come from Maryland having lived there for a long time, Western Maryland Michael is always like my gosh. Why can't Can we get out of here? Can we go to West? Virginia? Yeah, Western Western, You know, I I know very little about the area, but I've been through it a couple of times. And once you get to Frederick and beyond the whole character of the state is utterly utterly different than what you see in Baltimore or around the chest speak. It's just it has way more in common with West Virginia or rural Pennsylvania, then And or, you know, or even parts of Virginia that don't have anything anymore, really in common with Northern Virginia, and yet because of the way because there's the dominance of urban and suburban areas in terms of population, you can vote to your heart's content in Western Maryland, and it doesn't matter. You're just going to lose every time the same way somebody in upstate New York will always get out. Voted by the city or somebody in you know, the rural Virginia or Western Virginia is always going to get out. Voted by Northern Virginia, those suburban counties right around Washington, D. C. They just they just

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"suburban county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"suburban county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Billion for broadband investment, and Republicans agree that we need some substantial investment. One of the state's standing to gain from the move is the key state of Virginia. We welcome now Professor Stephen Farnsworth of the University of Mary Washington, where he is director of the Center for Leadership in Media Studies, professor Thanks so much for being here. First of all I do recognize it's a commonwealth, not a state, but it made it harder to call it common with all its way through their Commonwealth of Virginia. I was surprised and in Spotsylvania County, which is I think about where you are that there's a significant problem with the lack of access to broadband cause I think of it is being Almost a suburb of Washington, D. C. It's just south of Washington. Right. But you know when you get into some of the suburban counties, especially the newly suburban izing ones, there are pockets that are still pretty rural. And you know, these technologies are really, really essential not only for luring business but for all kinds of things in terms of daily life and education. And so even if parts of the county or pretty well wired in parts of Spotsylvania County, the Fredericksburg area are Other parts are still pretty a limited in terms of their service. And that's a real disincentive for development In the future. Disincentive for development. I wonder how the voters feel about it in Spotsylvania County. I mean, do they feel the need for this? And I guess what I'm asking is, Is this something that could cross party lines where you get some Republican Spotsylvania County saying Yes, Mr President. You're right. We need that money to invest. Oh, this is absolutely one of the few issues I can think of. That has the potential for there to be bipartisan agreement. I mean, in these really divided times, there isn't much, but broadband is one of them. I mean, if you're thinking about the Chamber of Commerce and the business community, they want this property's heir worth more. If they can be wired and have those kinds of connections, you know you don't particularly wanna have individuals buying Their own dishes. That's not cost effective at all. But also when you think about all the parents and the kids in school and all the difficulties that they have had over the cove it even when we go back to full in person instruction, you're still gonna want those kids to be able to do the kind of research that Broadband. So you're looking at a lot of people who are going to see this as a net. Plus, the only question is who pays for the course of the federal government programs and be a lot more appealing. Then local taxes. Well, a lot more appealing. Depends on how you pay for it is you just said, is that deficit spending our people comfortable with that in Spotsylvania County, or they happy to attacks would President Biden describes the rich? Well, I think that the polls do show that there's a great deal of support for taxing somebody else. And so if you said, threshold sufficiently high that most people figure that somebody else paying the tax that's gonna have more appeal than In a regular taxation system, but it What's important. Remember, of course, is that there's a fundamental difference between a state program in a federal program in that state programs in just about every state have to be paid at the time. You can't you can't deficit spend the way that Washington does in Richmond. Or in Annapolis, or a lot of other state capitals. And so the idea that these things will pay off over time. That's the Democratic argument. Whether or not that happens or not, the payment doesn't have to be made. At the outset. It doesn't have to be part of a budget that balances in that particular year, and that gives the federal government a huge advantage for long term investment for Republicans. Of course, you know they will take In these very partisan times. They will take everything a Democrat says with a great deal of skepticism, but that's gonna be true for just about every issue. But when you're talking about broadband, we're talking about kids who don't have access to the equipment they need to get finished. Right? Yes, sir. You're gonna find sorry, just broke up their whole But I hope this will continue because I want to continue this conversation. Now This is my my memory here is a little bit old. But there was a time when I thought of Virginia because I had a lot of great friends in the state of Virginia. That was a real steadfast state for federalism. That is to say we'd rather have more state control and local control than federal government control in Washington all the way back, perhaps to Thomas Jefferson. Is that still true right now because you're going away. Well, I think we're looking at here is a really difficult a different environment. Virginia has really changed a great deal over the last 20 years. Back in the 19 nineties, you know, you'd never saw Democratic candidate for president compete in Virginia. Even Southern, like Bill Clinton didn't invest money in 1996 to try to win the Commonwealth. But now you're looking at a Democratic majority and both chambers of the Legislature you're looking at Democratic governors been elected consistently in the last couple of cycles, both of the state the states U. S senators, the Democrats, The old school pay as you go Virginia of a few decades ago has really, really given way to a politics that is much more dominated by Suburban interests by people who are Oftentimes, quite frankly connected to the federal government. And so if you're thinking about all the federal retirees in the federal contractors in the federal employees in the active duty military, you take all those people in Virginia and add them up. They're not going to be interested in government shutdowns or really, really intense, painful cuts in terms of programs. You know, we have a long term challenge in this country right where we want a dollar, 20 and services for a dollar in taxes and Democrats and Republicans, both of have basically function under that system. But in the short term when you think about broadband, that's something that's delivery ble very quickly, and I wonder. Also, the pandemic itself may have shifted some attitudes more back in favor of big government. There's a time we didn't trust big government after Watergate after hit Now, maybe we're really willing to have a big government that can get US vaccines, for example. I think that there is that If you look at the polling numbers, you really do see a much greater level of Enthusiasm for government action. Government intervention. I mean, you know the failure. Of of government is It's something that people have seen in their daily lives in various ways over time, But but what we're looking at now is a pretty successful story, right? Were you thinking about Government that is delivering three million inoculations a day. With respect to cope with that is that is a new deal kind of success story for the federal government. They may not have a lot of them, perhaps, but what you do see is you see it right now, This is absolutely working. There's almost no country in the world doing as well as we are on something that matters more than just about anything in the whole wide world. Thank you so much. Professor Stephen Farnsworth. The University of Mary Washington..

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"suburban county" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"suburban county" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A resolution calling for the continuation of remote learning. If that resolution passes, most teachers won't show up for class on Monday. Illinois health officials Thursday announcing the return of indoor dining for two South suburban counties, Kankakee and Will counties are grouped together under the state's South suburban or region seven, which has seen its code 19 test positivity rate dropped to 7.4% as of Sunday. Steve Torrico is mayor of Naperville. He says he doesn't really agree with the metrics. Honestly think this whole thing targeting restaurants is misguided? I mean the data. Certainly just does not support it, and I've been arguing the whole time that we're focusing in the wrong spot. From my perspective, he says. Almost 80% of covert 19 deaths come from long term healthcare facilities to Rico spoke with WGN's John Williams. Meanwhile, Illinois Senator Dick Durbin Thursday called on Congress to work together in a bipartisan way to come up with more coronavirus relief. Let's do this America Let's do it together. Let's let the spirit of unity that we saw on the West Front of the Capitol yesterday, bring us together here in the Senate and the house in a joint effort to help the American people. With the resource is they need to survive this pit pandemic in this lengthy financial hardship, Durbin says. Nearly one and four Illinois ins don't have the money to pay their red and more than 100,000 and Illinois. Have applied for unemployment just last week. Busy day for President Biden on Thursday on his first full day in office. In a move to address a Corona virus pandemic. The president issued several executive orders, he says for the next 100 days, he wants to reopen the majority of schools and administer 100 million vaccine doses. And the Biden administration will reportedly support a full five year extension of a key nuclear arms treaty with Russia. The new start treaty will expire on February. 5th of no action is taken. President Biden this previously expressed his support for extending the pact with Russia. And is using it as a baseline for future arms control plans. WGN Sports Black Cocks try to snap a four game losing streak later tonight. Hey, Who's Detroit? In the home opener of the pre game of Chris Boden is 6 30 Puck, Drop it. Seven o'clock with John and Troy on 7 20 w g. N and add WGN radio dot com. College hoops Last night Number four ranked Iowa over Indiana. 81 69. Here's Your forecast. Now from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. Way in the work week, with mostly sunny but chilly conditions. Friday's high temperature only 23 degrees. Typical.

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"suburban county" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"suburban county" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"There are Willis with Collin County Health Services is asking for patients as the county waits on the state for more doses is very aware that our residents are clamoring to get it and justifiably, so we're trying to get our own hubs set up and we're hoping to get his many people vaccinated as quickly as possible. In the future, Presidents of many rural and suburban counties are driving the bigger areas to find vaccine. U. S. Health officials say that now infamous new variant of the cove in 19 virus could soon become the most common one. The Centers for Disease Control say the new variant of the coronavirus discovered in Europe as well as in some U. S cases. Could become the dominant form of the virus in the U. S. In a matter of months. Data published in the agency's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly report says the variant labeled as be 117 will spread and could maybe spread more fiercely than existing versions of the virus, prompting more use of medication. Vaccine makers. Fizer and Moderna say their products will provide immunity against the variant. Evan Brown Fox NEWS, Texas Business Real time numbers on Wall Street, The Dow down 96 points NASDAQ Down 99 the SNP 500 off by 23. Again the high Today 54. It is 52 degrees from the W B A P News desk. America Bushman Your next update at three o'clock 24 7 coverage. WB ap dot com That newer vehicle of yours probably has HD FM Learn how to use it. Go to W B A P com slash Have him wherever you want us Whenever you want. Us use talking.

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Signing up for a COVID-19 vaccine in the Houston area sounds easy but often leads to a dead end

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Signing up for a COVID-19 vaccine in the Houston area sounds easy but often leads to a dead end

"Three large providers in harris county will serve as vaccine hubs in the houston region but as health reporter. Sir will ernst explains. The state did not designate any vaccine distribution centers and surrounding suburban counties texas shifting its approach to covid nineteen vaccine distribution by sending joses to large hubs that can immunize more than one hundred thousand people harris county public health houston health department and houston methodist. Hospitals are the designated providers in the houston metro area together. Bill received nearly twenty seven thousand doses this week to vaccinate healthcare workers older adults over sixty five and those with certain medical conditions neighboring counties were not on the list although some montgomery for ben in galveston will receive small shipments of six hundred doses or less others like santa santo chambers and liberty counties will receive no shipments this week. The state says it will also ship around five hundred thousand second doses to providers across the state for those who got vaccinated a few weeks ago. I'm sarah will ernst in houston.

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"suburban county" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"suburban county" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We're talking about areas that are getting redder and redder, but it's two sides to the coin because areas like to Page County or Lake County. They're becoming, and even maybe DeKalb in Kane County, you tell me they're becoming bluer and bluer. Yeah, And I think this is where you see what's happened with the collar counties in line with what's going on in other suburban counties around the country where you have Suburbs that air Nice white as they used to be, or becoming more demographically complex. And also you have people just becoming a little bit more liberal. And so what's happened over the last two or three cycles is used. We thought the called County Flip in 2016 from red to blue. Then this psycho we saw Kendall County flip, and that's the first time that's happened that it's gone Democratic in the presidential election and in many years And so, really, you're left with only one collar county. That's still went Trump, which was McHenry, which just barely went for Trump with 50.2%. So I think it's likely that the next time around and four years you'll see that Coke, Luke and and basically what you'll see it. The northeast corner of Illinois is a big chunk of blue And the rest of the state is going to be basically red, except for champing County, which, of course, is you know where the university is Big flagship campus and then You know, the county on the engineer, The Quad Senate. Quiet, See, so a couple basically more urban county. So Jeremy again, she's a contributing editor at the Center for Illinois Politics. So then what you're describing. If this holds across the country is a continuation of this idea of where The Democrats could get a real command over the popular vote and the Republicans because of the electoral College and the rural hold do well with the electoral vote. I mean, we might be in a period of this for a while. Yeah, And that's absolutely possible. Now, Joe O'Brien 11 with a fairly commanding the victory this time, But I guess so, Yeah. But you look back. I mean, for sure. It's already happened a couple times where the popular vote when you're lost, uh, the election, and I think in terms of the trends of the kind of the base of the GOP versus the Democrat, I think that geographic divide rural versus suburban Urbanist is just going to grow Germ, Agence from the center for Illinois Politics, loved the article. Check it out. Okay. Nice to talk to Jeremy. Thanks very much. You bet You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news here on 7 20. W g. N C double. Welcome to virtual meditation.

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"suburban county" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"suburban county" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Deputy campaign manager for the Biden Harris ticket. Thanks for coming on and again. Congratulations. And we'll see you. Thank you very much. Thanks. Thanks for having me. You got it. And joining us now is Republican Senator Mitt Romney of Utah. Senator Romney welcome back to meet the press. Have you let me start with a simple question? What did you learn from the voters on Tuesday night? Well, I learned that Republicans picked up seats in Congress held onto the Senate picked up statehouses across the country, but we lost the presidency. Ah, And so it's a bit of a mixed message. I think people are saying that conservative principles still account for the majority of public opinion in our country. I don't think the American people want to sign up for the green New deal. I don't think they want to sign up for getting rid of coal or oil or dash. I don't think they're interested in Medicare for all or higher taxes that would slow down the economy, but they do want to see a change in leadership in the White House, apparently at this stage. And on DH. So it's a message which says alright, a change in leader but we're not going to be turning a sharp left turn in terms of public policy. So what do you believe? Joe Biden's mandate should be. You heard what he thought His mandate was last night, bringing the country together Number one, and then he talked about some issues that he wanted to focus on. But what do you believe his mandate? ISS. Well, I believe he said it last night, which is he doesn't want to bring the country together. He does want to bring honor and respect into the White House and the way he sees it. Hey, wants to be a man of character. He is a man of character. And I think These are things which he thinks they're very important, both here and around the world In terms of policy. I'm sure he'll have his own agenda. But he worked in the Senate long enough to recognize that there are two parties that things have to be done on a bipartisan basis. On the more extreme wing of his party is not goingto take over policy in this country. That's not what the American people are. And if he tries to go in that direction, why I think he'll fail because we Conservatives will make sure and stand up for the great majority. My opinion to the American people who believe that conservative principles serve us better, but well, you know, he indicated he wants to work in a bipartisan basis. We're ready to do that. What? What would you like to see President Trump do this week. Uh, you've been here You've lost an election. You've lost a close election. In fact, In some ways, I feel like there's there's very there's some similarities and Was very tightened various battleground states just like yours in 2012. How would you like to see President Trump handled the week going forward. Well, the way I would handle the weak and the way President Trump would handle the week will be different because we're very different People were not going to change President Trump or his nature in the a waning days of the presidency. On DH, So I don't think I'm going to be giving him advice as to what to do. Clearly, people in the past like myself, who have lost elections have have gone out in a way that It said. Look, I know that the eyes of the world are honest, are the eyes of our own people are on the the institutions that we have the eyes of history or on this on a setting like this. We want to preserve Something which is far more important than ourselves or even our party, and that is preserved the cause of freedom and democracy here and around the world. But the president said to do what he has traditionally done what he's doing now. I don't think that's going to be a surprise for anybody. And by the way, he has every right Teo to call for a recount because we're talking about a margin of 10,000 votes here or less, in some cases, and and so a recount could change the outcome. Uh, he wants to look at irregularities pursue that in the court. But if, as expected, those things don't change the outcome. Why he will accept the inevitable. Is there a point where pursuing that strategy undermines the democracy? Well, I'm more concerned about the language that's used. I think it's fine to pursue every legal avenue that one has. But I think one has to be careful in the choice of words. I think I think would you say that the election was corrupt? Or stolen or rigged, but that's unfortunately read a rhetoric that gets picked up by authoritarians around the world. I think it also discourages confidence in our democratic process here, it home and And with the battle going on right now, between authoritarianism and freedom. Why? I think I think it's very important that we not use language, which which can encourage Ah course in history, which would be very, very unfortunate. And maybe this. This seems obvious to maybe you and I, but There were people whose ballot may have voted for Joe Biden and may have voted for, say, control may have voted for a Republican state Senate candidate. New Hampshire certainly looks like to me that happened so If you're saying one vote is rigged. Are you also saying the other votes are rigged? Well, I think that's a pretty fair point on and actually I understand by watching Rick Santorum there the day that Ah, actually, the president did better in Philadelphia, this cycle that he did four years ago in terms of the percentage of the motive received. So. So there are some arguments, which which augur against suggesting that the election is going to get reversed. But at the same time, I think you make an important point, which is ah lot of Republicans. Ah lot of voters voted for Republicans but did not vote for the president. And and that suggests to me that conservative principles are are still in the majority in our country. Well, it's interesting. You say that I wanted to. I want to tell you about Cobb County, Georgia. Senator Romney When you were on the ballot in Georgia in Cobb County, you won that county by 12 points, suburban County of Atlanta. Joe Biden wanted by 12 points eight years later, so you're talking about you feel good about the fact that you say there's a majority in this country that wants conservative principles which your party took a beating in the suburbs and That, you know, That's why it looks like you may not win Georgia and if that is a pattern, you might not control the Senate. Because of that. Do you believe your party has a problem in the suburbs? Well Bye party..

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"suburban county" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"suburban county" Discussed on WJR 760

"Thinner in the W J R newsroom. Shows Guy, our neighbor south of the border in Ohio. The polls have closed their they were supposed to close in North Carolina. But because of some late precincts opening that voting has been extended to North Carolina, the other big battleground. Until about 8 15. We don't expect any kind of hard results coming out Until then. North Carolina again, one of those states where there has been ah, plethora of absentee ballots, but they were able to start counting them on September 29th. The polls close here in the state of Michigan in about 24 minutes. And we will be watching all of that. We will be checking in with the Macomb County clerk Fred Miller. In just a moment. The turnout Macomb County so critical for Donald Trump, especially if he wants to offset the increasingly blue county. To the west in Oakland County. He must outperform what he did in Macomb County. Back in 2016, which was so important to his path to victory here in the state of Michigan thus far. Fox News. Our partners at Fox News have called Virginia for Biden, Vermont for Biden, West Virginia for Trump and Kentucky. For Trump right now in Florida, with 66% of the vote in there is a one point gap with Joe Biden in the leaves around 50.3% at this point S o. We are watching that very carefully again. And in Miami Dade, it looks like President Trump is doing a little bit better than he did in 2016, but other counties. He's underperforming, which is why you see him trailing there, and we will stay on that. And do we have Ah, Well, we had a little problem with a single. He'll call back and we'll check in with Fred Miller again As we've been watching the The Macomb County numbers were so important in and in 2016 for Donald Trump. They remain important now, but we have seen a surge in first time voters there. Fred Miller joins us live from Macomb County clerk's office where he is watching the vote. Be tally different, Really good to have you with us, Gordon. Thanks for having me give me a sense of turnout. And if there are any specific geographic areas that so maybe a bigger surge than others. Well, at this point, we're kind of here. An anecdotal evidence of Ah, really good turnout at the polls. You know, we we still have about 20 more minutes left for people to Ah, vote And of course anybody was in line. I'll be allowed to Ah to Ah cast their ballot. But you know the real story of this election to real stories number one. I'm so proud today that report that no major incidents everybody was safe. We had a calm election. Here We are in the midst of a pandemic in rial, hotly contested race, and people really behave themselves and acted like Americans, and that's something we should all be really proud of. But here Macomb County we saw 310,000 absentee ballots being issued over 90% return about 280,000 Compare that to four years ago when we had 121,000 absentee ballots cast, So we're doubling creeping up on tripling. That number just shows that, you know, number one the impact of proposal three that allows for sure the vote by mail. But also the keen interest in this election. So it's it's really exciting to see people access their democracy just to set the table here in 2012 President Obama won Macomb County by four points. President Trump one by 12 in 2016. You had a 67% turnout Macomb County four years ago. What do you think you're going to end up are in recent memory. It was 2008. That was the highest turnout from Macomb County about 69.4%. You know, I am for what? We're here. We're here in different stories. And and nothing is really, um certain. I think that we will definitely approach that, if not surpass it, But it's really great to see all the different ways that people are voting in person on Election day and an absentee. You know, we've been really condition here by the secretary of State to believe that maybe we won't have an outcome here until Friday. But I'm hearing from some suburban clerks that the pre processing of the ballots that began yesterday morning. The opening of the A V s was very helpful. How helpful was it to you? And where are you in processing Those 280,000. A V s that have been returned. So unlike our neighbors in Oakland and Mick and Dwayne in Macomb, we don't have a consolidated absentee counting board so that initial tabulation is left up to all the local cities and townships, clerks on their team's Teo to do so where we know that they're working furiously throughout the day. And we expect it's going to take a long time. Like we talked about what those numbers guys. It's a huge increase. The good news is we've been planning for this for months. We have a great team of clerks, Republicans, Democrats, independents across Macomb County and their teams who are working hard. It's going to take some time. We ask people to give clerks from space of and be patient because we're going to follow the law. We're going to make sure every vote is counted and just keep charging through tonight into tomorrow morning, and we'll get those election. Unofficial results of a soon as we can assess far is you know Fred Miller? Do we have any legitimate challenges in the counting areas throughout your county? None that I know that I've heard of. No, it sounds like everything's been going smoothly and methodically, But look, look as the numbers show it's It's a huge spike in the Valium. So it's just a matter of of, you know, feeding those ballots through the high speed tabulate er's and and just the mechanics of how quickly that can be done, and You want to do it carefully and methodically, so that nothing gets inadvertently screwed up on DSO. That's a process that that will probably you know it'll trickle in over the next couple hours. Smaller communities will get it in quicker. Larger communities, Obviously, with a bigger volume will have more, but we'll start to get those precinct level results of the Election day results. Those will start trickling in. Probably in the next hour. Alright. Fred Miller, Decatur with a question for you. Hi, Fred. This is Dick. Hey, Finner. You know, we need to point out that Fred Miller is on the ballot to and Fred Miller's running for reelection. He is a Democrat..

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Pennsylvania Republicans Sue Montgomery County Outside Philadelphia Alleging Early Vote Counting

Bloomberg Markets

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Pennsylvania Republicans Sue Montgomery County Outside Philadelphia Alleging Early Vote Counting

"Officials in Montgomery County, the suburban county just outside Philadelphia, accusing them of illegally allowing absentee and mail in ballots to be counted before Election Day. State law allows early votes in Pennsylvania to be processed. Starting today, President Trump has complained about a Supreme Court ruling that let's mail in votes that arrive after today to be counted. Through Friday. This voter is in line on

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"suburban county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"suburban county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Runs through Florida It was great to stop in. Miami Gardens. I was just talking to Joe. He was in Flint earlier. It really makes a statement about the fact that We're taking very seriously need to talk with Americans wherever they live, because Against everybody has so much at stake, and nobody should be overlooked. Now. Miami Gardens is Florida's largest city with a majority black population. And if you recall the black vote in the state of Florida, lagged four years ago when Trump won and President Trump this year, has also made some gains among Latino voters in that state. Florida is never anything but important in an election. What about seniors? I mean, who are another important voting group? Yeah, that's right. Trump won seniors overwhelmingly and his first campaign and he carried white voters over the age of 65 by an even wider margin. But this year, there are some signs that seniors who typically turnout in pretty big numbers are actually shifting away from President Trump and toward Joe Biden. And for thes voters made up about 21% of the electorate in 2016 and Trump carried them by double digits. But this year, polls suggest that this race is far tighter for seniors between the two candidates, which could give by an opportunity to potentially flipped Florida inmate gains elsewhere on this electoral map. From Pennsylvania seems to be crucial as well. I mean, Joe Biden Kamala Harris, along with their spouse is going to be campaigning across their president. Trump was there over the weekend again there today. Can you tell who exactly they're focusing on in my home state? Yeah, David, this is another one of those states is you know that the president one in 2016, and he did that with a lot of support from white voters without a college degree. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are trying to put together a winning coalition by narrowing the gap with those voters, along with placing up support of some suburban voters and people of color in urban areas, And that's including black voters. Who, as we know, tend to vote on Election Day. Now. For his part, the president has been referencing the recent upheaval in Philadelphia. He's cast Biden as weak on crime and anti police. And he and his supporters have been reviving concerns about Biden stances on energy issues, including some inaccurate claims about fracking, saying that Biden wants to end fracking. That's not true. The president thinks this will fire up his space that we know from pulling that fracking views or mixed in that state. And you mentioned Latino voters important in Florida, also in the southwest, Andi elsewhere in the country. Yeah, roughly 32 million Latinos eligible to vote this year, so they're about 13% of all eligible voters. But one thing I have heard that we should watch is that while there are many eligible Latino voters, many are disconnected from the political process, so whether they turn out where they're growing parts of the electorate in states like North Carolina and Michigan, that is still an open question. NPR's Juana Summers wanted. Thanks. Thank you, And in all things, considered later wanted to examine the voting trends among young Americans. Listen by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name. For many Americans, All you need to fill out a ballot is a pen. But for those with disabilities, it is not always that simple. In Florida, some people with disabilities have to rely on others to fill out their mail in ballots or clunky machines to vote in person. As Robbie Gaffney from member Station W. F s U reports election officials are working to change that. When someone shows up to vote in person they can ask for accommodations in Florida polling places have accessible voting machines like this one. You have chosen to use the audio tackle interface or die for your voting session. The machine allows voters to listen to their ballot and was a pad select their own choices, asking elections officials to set the machines up can be time consuming and frustrating, but it's an improvement for blind voters like Doug Hall. He says. The first time he voted, he wasn't able to cast his ballot in private. I had to have a Republican and a Democrat in the booth with me. This is up in New York Hall was 21. When he first voted in 1968. He didn't know who the Republican or Democratic poll workers were. But they all had to cram into a small voting booth together. One party member would readout candidate names Ho would say which person you'd like to vote for, And then the other party member would make sure his choice was selected, You know, voting this secret, but Basically what that meant is I was telling to other people who I was voting and I really didn't like that. Even now, Voting with an absentee ballot can still mean telling someone else who you want to vote for. So five Florida counties are part of a pilot program aimed at making voting easier and more private there. Testing out democracy lives on the ballot system. The company's founder, Brian Finney, says voters get a link from their local elections office toe lock into a secure portal. They then thought their ballot using a computer if you hadn't have mobility challenges. You can put in a seven puff device you can use tactile and put jelly switches are whole array of different types of accessible technologies are compliant with this type of technology. Lucia County is one of those testing the system in this year's general election, election supervisor Lisa Lewis says. So far it's getting positive reviews. They're not having to worry about going out. They can vote in private market themselves. Send it back into us. So I think this is a great Great tool that we have provided and are providing to our voters with disabilities after filling out the ballot voters printed out and either mail it in or drop it off. Disability rights advocates hope this system will expand all Florida counties by 2022. Several states, including California, Alaska and Colorado, have approved electronic ballad delivery. Similar to what's being tested in Florida for NPR news. I'm Robbie Gaffney in Tallahassee. Millions of immigrants view Joe Biden is a sort of savior if he gets in the White House, President Trump is promising an even bigger crackdown if he gets a second term. NPR's John Burnett brings us this story of a mother and a son, who had been hiding in a church in Austin, Texas, for the entirety. If Trump's presidency.

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"suburban county" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"suburban county" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Four suburban counties moved back into tighter restrictions today because of rising caseloads of covered 19. Judy Weighing is Live in Wheaton. With reaction, Judy Good morning. There are some places vowing to stay open. Despite Governor Pritzker's stricter restrictions, and those restrictions take effect today here into Page County and also in three other counties. The governor is threatening the state will go after businesses. That break the rules governing principle earlier this week and now stricter rules for DuPage Will Cain and Kanke counties that is a response to multiple days with hike over 19 positivity rates. They have been above 8% for at least Three straight days. For now, in these counties, no more indoor service at bars and restaurants. Gatherings are capped at 25%, and that applies to casinos also bars. Restaurants of casinos must close by 11 PM for businesses that break the rules aimed at slowing down the virus has spread. The governor warns the state could pull their liquor and gaming licenses. Illinois Department of Public Health says bars especially consistently show up in contact, tracing Among the top locations identified by people who are contact trace barge and restaurants. And I think if you just think of your own life And places that you go during the course of five or seven days. One of them is likely to be a bar, a restaurant. Restaurants that are plenty to defy. The orders say that it is a matter of survival for them. The new restrictions will not be lifted until the positivity rate drops back down to 6.5% for three consecutive days. In waiting. Judy Y w G M news. Chicago Nightlife faces new code restrictions starting this evening near life, It is ordered that all non essential businesses must close at 10. PM.

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"suburban county" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"suburban county" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Payments and eliminate thousands of dollars in federal student loan debt. Call 312294 89 89 or visit relief dot com. Burlington Northern Santa Fe Line train number 9500 That's scheduled to depart Aurora and arrive into Chicago Union station at 605 that has been delayed in departure due to mechanical failure. Hanover Park. We're still watching an accident at the intersection of Barrington and Lake and an edge Brooke area Central is going to be closed in both directions between Lehi and Caldwell. Starting today until next Friday due to crossing construction work. I'm Vicky conclusion from the Idot Traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. Illinois officials have ordered tighter restrictions in parts of Chicago and due to a rise in covert 19 cases. Interpreter announced yesterday that restrictions will be put in place into Page Kane will and Kankakee counties starting on Friday. Those measures taking effect include no indoor service at bars and no indoor dining or bar service. At restaurants. All outside bar service will close at 11 PM and tables should be 6 ft. Apart. Steve Bandi is with the Will County health Department, he says. People took their eye off the ball and a lot of these social outings that have been going on. Be it because of Halloween coming up or be it. People just wanting to get together like the old times where you don't follow the social distance singing you don't follow the mask wearing. Yes, that is why we are where we are again once again going back to these mitigations, Bandy says. If everyone remembers to wear a mask correctly over the mouth and nose and practice social distancing along with washing hands frequently Positivity right can be brought down in the mitigation steps ordered by the governor can be a lot lifted meeting social events and gatherings will be limited to 25 guests or 25%. Of overall room capacity. The pilot has heard after a plane crash in south suburban Ford Heights. The FAA says the smaller craft went down yesterday. You know what area just off of Lincoln Highway just west of eye 3 94. Playing hit a light pole and a vehicle on the ground before coming to rest in an embankment pilot was airlifted to the University of Chicago Medical Center, where his condition hasn't been released. Traffic on Lincoln Highway was temporarily blocked following the incident. The FAA investigating the cause of that crash President Trump is calling on Attorney General William Bar to investigate Joe Biden and his son. Last week, The New York Post began publishing reports on a Siri's oven verified photos,.

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Where's Everyone Moving To?

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:06 min | 1 year ago

Where's Everyone Moving To?

"Murray Pitino from Bloomberg City lab so much joining us. You recently wrote an article kind of looking at a bunch of the the moving data because we've. We've definitely been hearing a lot of things about this great migration and all these people moving from covert and you kind of. Took a dive into this question. Exactly, we've seen a lot of anecdotal evidence about a so-called urban exotic. So we thought that it'd be interesting to try to do a summary of the interesting data points. We could get our hands on. Yeah. Where did you look at this data because I really into data at the indicator I don't know it just. It's it's a really good point. So. We do get a fair amount of research coming from moving companies real estate aggregate, or is like Zillow and We did find a quite more nuanced story. What did you find I? Mean I feel like the the story has been at least the anecdotal story has been like people are fleeing cities they're moving to the country and sort of settling down like there's this excess and so what did you find when you actually looked at actual data? What story did tell? Yeah. So we found that over all it seems like people actually during the during the stay at home order is between March and June. People moved away less than they usually do, and that's what the the moving data told us. But overall, we also saw really interesting regional nuances. We have seen a lot of people moving out of especially Manhattan. But also a lot of people moving in San Francisco and we're going it's kind of a story about civil thing. But what we've seen is that a fair amount of people who move out of San Francisco in New York City tend to go to actually also pretty big cities like Los, Angeles Chicago Atlanta also Seattle, and so it seems like people are moving from the what Los Angeles is a bigger city I don't know 'cause I. Yeah. The it was like not the story that. I expected because I, was like Oh they're moving from the biggest cities to smaller cities. Blessed Angeles isn't a smaller city I think in Los Angeles people can have a little more space. It seems like people are maybe not necessarily leaving urban places but going to urban places where they can maybe have more space or something like that. Yeah. That is definitely interesting and We have data from a real estate consultant and the that in Manhattan whom sales had dropped by fifty six percents year-over-year. But in suburban counties around the city the had increased by actually forty four percent. Your of a year the other thing that I really loved in your article was that you took a look at history. which I thought was such a fascinating perspective. You kind of look back in time a little bit at past. Pandemics and sort of big issues in in big cities in the US would you find? While a thing we did see out in previous pandemic mentioned the Spanish flu but also the cholera cities have always been historically resilient. And have managed to kind of recover from all the hardship that has happened because you looked at I think in London back in eighteen, forty nine, they had ten thousand people die of cholera within a few months and then a huge fire destroyed a lot of the city. But right after that, the city's role as sort of the world's leading financial center at that time. Actually grew. So few experts we've talked to. Kind of expect the same thing to happen with the the current pandemic even though pretty big shift that has happened in maybe was there before is the whole working from home. Movement that is happening Sarah. It kind of depends how what the norms regarding this. Turn up to to be you know like people return to the office or will people who can stay working from home right? So this time might be a little different because we are establishing a protocol now where. We don't need to necessarily be at work. So we all still might be working jobs that are technically based in New, York or San Francisco but we could be living elsewhere yet and I think another important thing is that a there was an overall trend of population in dense urban city centers growing less fast than than people in suburban areas. So this is this is a trend that we that was already happened. Basically, it may have been accelerated. So you're based out of London from what I understand is that right? Exactly. Yeah. What's happening in London are people leaving London is at the same thing as New Yorker people saying like London is over. Notice definitely a good question. I. I. Live in London and Rents has dropped quite a lot recently is your rent dropped. It has actually buy a lot or just like a little bit or a by a fair amount because I feel like people are people tend to. At least from what? I see a b. kind of leaving the. The center. So yeah, I. Guess we'll have to see.

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"suburban county" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"suburban county" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Used to be the home office of the Republican Party has had the McGee said earlier. They're changing, changing rapidly up next to suburban counties that could tell us what will be seeing and Novak On C SPAN radio. This is NBC's Meet the Press with their roundtable guest today. Andrea Mitchell, chief foreign affairs correspondent for NBC News, Heather McGhee and NBC News analyst and Robert Draper and author at The New York Times and Time Magazine. You're listening to our programming lineup from Sunday on C SPAN, radio WCS pfm Washington Welcome back data Download time this week, President Trump used an old scare tactic, telling suburbanites. He alone is what's standing between them and low income folks running their neighborhoods. It felt pretty mid 20th century because the suburbs they are a changing way, have reporters in two of the largely suburban county to county communities that were watching through Election Day. Maricopa County, Arizona and Kent County, Michigan. Let's start with Maricopa home to Phoenix, where the percentage of White, non Hispanic residents has dropped by more than 11% points out, the percentage of Hispanic and black residents has grown. My colleague von Hilliard is in surprise. Arizona It's a suburb of Phoenix. Von What do you see there? Chuck? These changing suburbs, America County could offend the election in favor of Joe Biden. Just four years ago, Donald Trump won Arizona suburbs by 10% points. Now, Joe Biden holds a 15 point edge. Just take this. City of Surprises. An example since 4000 population here is ruled by more than 100,000 people in voters here largely aren't buying into this idea that quote, chaos and bloodshed is going to overtake their cities is Donald Trump has suggested take radio interviews, a 2016 trump voter, a maintenance worker, the local school district down the road, who's voted Republican dating back to Ronald Reagan. He told me about this idea of high crime quote. I don't see that happening here it is now. Ling voting for Joe biting and all this is reflective and are pulling right now. Joe Biden is leading among Arizona suburb voters 62% to 37% Chuck on a 25 point swing in the suburbs, and just that county would be astronomical for bites. Chances now Kent County, Michigan, home to Grand Rapids. It's seeing the same changes since 2000 white non Hispanic population in his decline, seven points as the percentage of black and Hispanic residents grows. Does. My colleague Dr Burns is an East Grand Rapids and Dasha. What do you see in that high Chuck? Good morning, President. Trump won the state by less than 1% in the last election. Now he's campaigning on a law and order message in the suburbs. But the numbers and what I'm hearing from the community here. It's just it's not resonating. In fact, it's turning some voters off completely. According to the latest Fox News poll. Biden leads Trump 50 to 41% among suburban voters in Michigan and 1 2016 trump voter here that I've been following since last November. A mom of two named Katie Morse says Trump is using scare tactics, and she's offended by some of his messaging. Now, when we first met, she was still open to voting for Trump again. But now, she says, that door is closed, and she's going for biting Chuck von Hilliard and Dasha Burns, both on the Round and those two key suburban counties that we will be tracking through when we come back what former President Obama had to say about his successor without ever saying his name. On C SPAN radio. We're.

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California went from bending the curve to a major coronavirus surge. What happened?

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:57 min | 2 years ago

California went from bending the curve to a major coronavirus surge. What happened?

"New Tonight for the fourth time in one week. Los Angeles County is breaking its own record for the number of people that are in the hospital with corona virus, which also means. California is inching closer to surpassing. New, York's record of having the most cases in the country. What went so wrong in California Sarah Gardner is out front. When you're sleeping on your belly. The staff at this California. Hospital is nearing exhaustion every minute I think about covid nineteen, a video diary from inside Eisenhower, health, Rancho Mirage nurse Catherine Davis says she's used to seeing one death a year in her unit. With seven hundred Cova patients treated here so far she's now seeing forty deaths. We would ensure that a patient did not die alone. So you know, we would take turns spending time with them and holding their hand and talking to them, doctors knew they had the beds to treat the surge, but not the staff when we heard that the next wave of relief might come in and two weeks three weeks four weeks. You know that's when things become a little bit desperate. They asked the federal government for help, and it arrived an airforce medical team of about twenty help shoulder the unending load. The stress here repeated all over California. So how did we get here? The state was the first to announce a stay at home order that was march nineteenth. This is a moment we need to make tough decisions. Seven weeks later, the governor reopened the state on. On May ain't. You have bent the curve, but that wasn't to be by early June. The seven day average for new daily coronavirus cases was more than twenty, six hundred by July, Eleventh at more than ninety, four, hundred, more than two hundred fifty percent, increase and rewarding. You are renowned epidemiologist. What went wrong? In California we opened up too soon. We didn't have the virus totally under control, experts agree. Residents and local governments got complacent. Back on the field now case in point, three suburban counties near La all lifted their mask requirements under heavy pressure from angry residents. None of this is based on science, but rather an affair is political agenda to silence, the people and Strip freedoms from hardworking Americans now. hard-working Americans. All three counties are seeing Cova D- Surge And Hospital? Beds are filling out and that's frightening 'cause. Where do we go from? There are patients telling you healthy might have gotten it. Yes, well, some of them are partners. Some of them have. Gone Out and gone to parties, no masks but Los Angeles County did and still does have strict mask, requirements, tickets, or even being issued. If you don't comply and yet, it's still the epicenter of the California surge. How much worse does it have to get in Los Angeles? Before you feel compelled to issue another stay at home order well I think we're on the brink of that. People are not following the rules or not wearing masks or not social distancing among them. California's forty and under who make up more than half of the state's new cases. Also hard hit the Latino community which makes up a third of the state's population, but more than half of Cova infections. Sometimes it's mom and dad's work experience that has brought them into contact with it, and then it goes through the whole family. Experts say fixing all this comes only one way you have to just shut down for now. I think they'd is our only way out. And that is really depressing for almost anyone everyone worrying about the economy coming back, but as a couple of people told us you have to have a healthy society to have a healthy economy and one of the big issues is testing used to take a couple of days now you can take up to a week just to get an appointment when you get your results back as a whole different problem

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New York: Suffolk County To Attempt To Ban Smoking In Private Homes

Glenn Beck

01:59 min | 2 years ago

New York: Suffolk County To Attempt To Ban Smoking In Private Homes

"All right there's suburban county in New York that's maybe going a little too far to legislate where residents can and can't do in the privacy of their own home well see I don't know how long terrible singing it doesn't even matter what it is what the what it is that they're going to talking about the idea that they can outlaw something in your private home is wrong anything what they want to do is battle I may be able to if the if I thought about it for a minute I might be able to come up with something that they should ban and your private home but anyway they want to ban smoking in apartment buildings condos in two family homes no actually in your actual dwelling night in your apartment or in your condo not not always not in the public comment air rise but your home because they say that the the smoke can permeate through cracks in the walls electrical lines plumbing and ventilation systems Dr William Spencer Suffolk County legislator says let me be clear any legislation that there is a vote required that would have an impact on preventing the public or innocent people who have made a choice not to smoke from being exposed to smoke I will support that legislation you know what then then you're going down the slippery slope they start banning smoking pretty soon you're not gonna be able to sit and watch TV in your underwear which I do and there is a picture I did more picture for yeah but I'm saying like this so what are they going to legislate next according right in your own home exactly you can't do that because it smells too much and it permeates through the through the wall good you live in a cheap apartment yeah again you know we just keep coming back to this no matter what the story is you live in a world with other people in it you're not always going to be happy other people are going to do things that will annoy you from time to time you just have to live

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"suburban county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"suburban county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Our city stability not only that he's a coworker for almost twenty five years so he's a good person I think the city needs some stability right now in fall river Kim Tom the cliff WBZ Boston's news radio again Paul Coogan the winner of the fall river mayoral contest chase will qureia defeated tonight around the country on this election day Virginia Democrats take control of both chambers of the state legislature for the first time in more than two decades in Kentucky Republican governor Matt Bevin fighting for his political life with return suggesting democratic challenger and the best year gaining considerable ground in key suburban counties that help Bevin win four years ago Capitol Hill the transcript of the former US envoy to Ukraine has been released in testimony before the house impeachment inquiry former envoy Kurt Volker says he discussed his concerns about trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani meddling in U. S. Ukraine affairs and then he told secretary of state Mike Pompeii guiliani was projecting a damaging image about Ukraine to president trump that he was trying to correct that messaging Pompeii owes response according to Voelker I'm glad you're doing it Welker also told the panel that Pompey was helpless to stop Giuliani from interfering in U. S. diplomacy and Ukraine they'll wake up CBS news Capitol Hill the White House claiming today's release of two transcripts of interviews done behind closed doors shows there's even less evidence for impeachment than previously thought Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says even if the house sends articles of impeachment to the Senate he doubts the president will be convicted and removed from office in an impeachment trial how long it goes all really just depends on how long the Senate wants to spend on it I will say I'm pretty.

"suburban county" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"suburban county" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"A lot of that state house seats that makes the state more competitive having said all of that I take as always with this story it's a bit over block I do not think that we are purple I think we are tilting leaning or likely Republican but we can't take the state for granted anymore well I mean that that is obviously very scary prospect there's been a lot of talk about how the Texas population is heavily suburban and they they there's this huge urban rural divide across the United States rural areas support president from very heavily urban areas support support Democrats very heavily but people tend to think of Texas a little bit more rural than it actually is and the suburban areas were the ones that started to turn purple in two thousand eighteen correct that's correct so a couple different points if you look at the top for fastest growing counties in the United States they are all either urban or suburban counties around Dallas fort worth metroplex around Houston around Austin the state of Texas all of the growth is exploding around their major urban centers are bird centers into the suburban areas and it's true that we have a lot of folks who have come from your state and that's where they're moving their coming detectors ironically and because the economy so great we've got so many jobs oil and gas it cetera and so that is the battleground but the last in the in the mid term stating that that transgression on step aside for a moment we lost weld.

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"suburban county" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"suburban county" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Homeowners crowdfunding illegal effort, arguing that a proposed homeless shelters and environmental hazard public schoolteacher suffering from cancer is forced to pay for her own substitute. Well, that's got to California law. That's a state law. That's not just San Francisco in March, teachers went on strike for seven days in Oakland, California, argue that their salaries are not keeping up with the region's soaring cost of living. There's no end in sight to such crushing success at every level of government representatives nearly all of them, Democrats, proven, adequate and unresponsive to the challenges at hand. Witness last week's embarrassment. When California lawmakers used a sketchy parliamentary maneuver, ten knife, Senate Bill fifty an ambitious effort to undo restrictive local zoning rules and increase the supply of housing. There are many threads in the story of America's increasingly unliveable cities, one continuing tragedy is the decimation of local media, and the rise of nationalized politics in its place, whose fault is that who controls the media liberals, who nationalizes the narrative liberals? What are you talking about man? MSNBC FOX and CNN. All they talk about his Trump, twenty four hours a day, seven days a week and Russia collusion and Russia, collusion and migrants not a crisis. I mean, come on. You, you're not blaming Republicans for this. I swear to God, you cannot be blaming Republicans for this pumpkins do not control the media in America. The local problems plaguing. American cities are systematically, sidelined by the structure of the national media, and government in which the presidency, the Senate, and the supreme court or all constitutionally tilted in favor of places where no one lives. There are more than twice, as many people in my mid size suburban county Santa Clara as there are in the entire state of North Dakota with its two US senators. I got it, you hate the electoral college, why don't you ship homeless people to North Dakota? Why don't you why don't you cut the population of San Francisco and half nine hundred eighty thousand or something, why don't you cap the population in San Francisco at four hundred and fifty thousand and ship. The other four fifty somewhere else. Send them send them out to mow, doc. So send him out to mount mount whatever mount Mount Whitney. Mount Shasta wherever the hell, you want to send them the one. Why don't you do that? Why don't you shut them out to Bishop, why don't you send them out to death valley build camps? They'll tense. Right. That's why aside from Elizabeth Warren, who has a plan for housing. She has a plan for everything. Democrats on the twenty twenty presidential trail rarely mentioned their ideas for housing affordability. I watched Joe Biden's campaign kickoff. The other day, the only house, you mentioned was the White House. Then there's a refusal on the part of wealthy progressives to live by the values. They profess to support at the national level, creating dense economically, and socially diverse urban environments ought to be paramount goal of progressivism. But nobody wants to live in those cities are the standard geographical unit of the global economy and dense, urban areas are quite literally, the real America, the cities where two thirds of Americans live, and they account for almost all the national economic output. So, so you knuckle dragging, mouth, breathing right wing nuts, or you're not real American. This guy's book, Arben areas are the most environmentally friendly way. We know of housing, lots of people, we can't solve the climate crisis without vastly improving public transportation, I get all this man. What are you doing about the guy who's taking a dump in the street? Like, what are you do? What is? Sure. Stop the guy from taking a dump on the sidewalk plan like that's a really easy plan. What, what are we doing about the guy who's shooting heroin in front of the Donut shop? What is your stop the guy from shooting heroin on the streets plan? That is great that you want to have, like urban Denson's people don't want to live in the urban Denzel when they don't pick up garbage. And when I mean, this is this is great where progressives argue for openness and inclusion, as a cudgel against President Trump. They abandoned it on Nob hill and Beverly Hills. This explains the opposition B fifty which aim to address the housing shortage in a straightforward way by building more housing. The Bill would have raised single families owning and populous areas near transit locations areas, zoned for homes housing, a handful of people could have been redeveloped to include duplexes and apartment buildings that housed hundreds. But again, are they going to be affordable? And again, are you gonna stop people from pooping in the street? State Senator Scott wiener introduced a Bill that was shelved. That was his Bill. The Bill garnered support from a diverse coalition of business and advocacy groups, and it's sponsor Weiner negotiated a series of compromises from some of his fiercest opponents. So, so what do you do? Well, we're gonna blame Anthony portend Tonio a democrat state Senator, whose district includes the posh city of lock in Yatta Flint ridge. And who heads up the appropriations committee, he announced that he'd be shelving, the Bill until next year he worried the law would spur lots of people to move near residential bus routes, which he suggested would alter the character of enclaves like lock in Yatta Flint ridge. We're saying, we welcome immigration. We welcome refugees. We welcome outsiders. But you've got to have a two million dollar entrance fee to live here. Otherwise, you can use this part as a sidewalk for a tent said, Brian Hanlin, president of the pro density group, California Yembi. So there you have it there. Yeah. That we, we stink, the country stanks, because we, we don't, we don't just have everybody crowd into cities. Where do you grow your crops, man? Like, you know, you know, the, you know, the, the living greens, that you eat and all the stupid wheat grass. Where did you grow that, man? Where do you grow your weed these smoke? You don't grow it in cities. I just these people I tell you, I cannot stand human beings, like this, this guy is a maroon he said, dummy. Jack in oceanside wants to talk about the homeless. Jack welcome to the show. Well, you know, I think you, you bring up an interesting topic, and that is the low populated states. Maybe we should consider moving migrants to those states. Maybe there should be some type of incentive to get people to move to low, populated states, but I can t impression that we're treating these migrants better than the homeless. Do do you get that impression? Yeah. I think we do like we're offering more stuff, but I don't know how many of these migrants say are drug addicted and mentally ill. Certainly there's a large population of homeless that are either dealing with drugs or mental illness issues that was the next place. I was going to go because I don't think we've really addressed it so far in your show. And that is there's a significant portion of the homeless that are mentally ill. They're not really responsible for what they do. How are we going to handle that situation? Yeah, that's the big question. I don't know. See the problem is you can't it's very hard to commit somebody to lock them up where they can't do harm to themselves. You know, I mean, that's, that's a that's, that's a, that's a huge problem because you've had the ACLU come in, and it's what, what are you going to do about it? Well, I'll tell you I had experience with a situation with a friend of mine years ago, he became homeless. And he was actually he was mental and he became worse on the streets as mental illness became worse. Sure. And I couldn't take him in, because he, he would be a danger to myself, and my family. Was that bad? Sure. Absolutely. So what I did was is I helped him get on. SSI. That's supplemental security income. Right. It's not part of social security, but it's administered by social security, and Brett, you know, that there was so many cases, applying for SSI. They had to bring judges in from other states to hear the case. This was probably fifteen years ago and. And I know he, he was very argumentative with the judge and the judge denied him the benefit while it's so here's what happened. I said, you're honored could could I speak to you in private in your chamber? And he was one of these judges that came in from another state, and he said, sure. So I talked to him privately just one on one in his chambers. And he opened up to me said he had a sister in the same situation. And I says, if you don't give this person the benefits, right? He won't even have an opportunity to clean himself up once in a while because SSI is only enough to get you off the streets for a week or two in a motel. Right. It's like seven hundred bucks or something like that. So what really quickly did he ended up getting the benefits or not? Yes, he did. That's good news. I'm happy. You did that Jack you're good man for doing that. You're good, man. You're somebody who's looking out for another human being. And man, I wish we had more of that in our culture, eight hundred seven sixty K F MBA, you wanted advisor manages, your portfolio the same as they manage their own money sounds like a simple question. But you'd be surprised to find many advisors manage their own money differently than their clients. Whether it's enticing, high commission products that generate no earning or the client, for the client and a big payday for the advisor or a lack of understanding and no confidence in their own investment direction. Many advisors are often incentivized to treat your money differently than their own. We'll see asset management. They have a no nonsense, transparent approach, and they manage their own money through the same process as all of their clients they work based on a management fee, so that they do better when you do better..

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"suburban county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"suburban county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Sandwich, who's pushing legislation strengthening the ACA, the nonpartisan Kaiser family foundation says the vast majority of nineteen million Americans who got covered under the law would likely lose it. If the ACA were killed as expected the house could not override President Trump's veto of the measure, overturning his national emergency declaration, barring a court order, the president can continue bypassing congress to get money for his border wall. Boeing scrambling to get it smacks series of seven thirty seven jetliners back in the Air, Boeing hopes a software fix will get Jeff. It's back in the air. Posting two hundred airlines in customers to share the update for the anti-stalking safety system. A system implicated in the first crash of a lion air jet and suspected in the second crash in Ethiopia ABC's, David curly. Another max seven thirty seven flying to a storage facility suffered an engine failure and had to return to Orlando and make an emergency landing. There was nobody aboard the pilots Rockland county. A suburban county north of New York City has declared a state of emergency because of measles. One hundred fifty three cases of measles here in the past six months, most in unvaccinated people the nation's worst and longest outbreak. In decades. The county announcing anyone under eighteen who is not vaccinated. We'll be barred from all public places like schools malls places of worship and grocery stores. ABC's GIO Benitez, a federal judge in Greensboro, North Carolina has struck down the state's law banning abortions after the twentieth week of pregnancy. It's got sixty days to appeal a change the law. You're listening to ABC news. Are you more than ten thousand dollars debt.

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