35 Burst results for "Terry Mcauliffe"
Glenn Youngkin's Victory Was a Massive Win Against the Regime
"Now because of the lockdowns that society decided to enact as a response to the Chinese Fauci coronavirus, parents across the country for the first time decided to get engaged and get involved in school board, races and elections over the last year. This is part of the rise of the citizen. 2021 did not have many elections, but there was one in particular the start of the surface as a potential climax as a potential testing point of all these different political trends that we started to see in April and May and June of last year. Businessman Glenn youngkin was running for governor of Virginia. He was running up against Clinton operative and former governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, and Glenn youngkin was down nearly double digits in the polls, 12 to 15 points, some polls had him down. It seemed as if Terry McAuliffe was going to have an easy waltz to the governorship. There was no questions asked and Republicans would lose yet again in the ever increasing blue state of Virginia. Of course, moms and dads rose up in record numbers. Loud and county was tighter than ever before. The strong conservative areas got behind and junkin was elected governor of Virginia. Now we celebrated that victory that night. We did a whole live stream that evening. It was a massive win against the regime. It was a win for parents, the parents party that has ever increasing and strengthening in numbers. It was a win for those of us that care for educational mobility and school choice, vouchers, and especially the fight against critical race
Rep. Steve Cohen Says CRT Isn't Taught in Virginia, Despite Terry McAuliffe's Admission
"Steve Cohen is a guy that ate a bunch of bucket of greasy chicken in Congress calling a Republican a chicken for not showing up for a committee It's literally his biggest accomplishment As a congressman was eating a bucket of chicken for a photo op He went on TV on Washington journal on C-SPAN And he actually said this about critical race theory trying to imply that anyone that believed that critical race theory was being taught in America was insane Are the Wii party And we're trying to bring it about and bring about more fairness and equity And so many of the people that I hear on the show and I see in the communities that not sure about these things and tend to be Republicans if they analyze these programs these programs are best for them People the man that won the governor of Virginia I understand he's a nice fellow I had a friend that worked at the car law group with him and said he was a nice guy I'm sure he is But he campaigned to win and he campaigned and talked about keeping racial critical racial theory out of the schools in Virginia Was not in the schools in Virginia I want to keep dinosaurs out of the bathrooms of a little girls We don't have dinosaurs in the bathrooms but I could be by the way this is a democratic congressman Who's a leader of the Democratic Party Steve Cohen whose biggest accomplishment is eating greasy chicken out of a bucket in Congress trying to make comparisons about dinosaurs and girls bathrooms Saying that critical a serious and thought British schools even though we absolutely know that it is And Terry McConnell admitted it was It's the reason why there's a bill that dealt
Jim Hanson on His Political Expectations for 2022
"On. Let's look at the political system in the last 11 months and what we can predict for the future. We have I consider him there's some real greats in America, a handful, like Victor Davis Hansen, one of the greatest political minds for me is Newt Gingrich. He said the insanity of the Democrat party right now is a function of the fact that they know they know they're going to get totally shellacked next year. And they've got to they've got to stuff it all in the kit bag right now because they won't have control. It is fascinating that the arch strategist, Nancy Pelosi, is refusing to confirm that she's going to run. She's bought a $25 million house in Ron DeSantis state of Florida. Sorry Ron. So are they not going to try and treat? Are they not going to be able to cheat enough? Do you agree with that we take over if we do? What happens with the rhinos give us your expectation given the last ten months what's going to happen next year? It's been heartening for me to see how badly the left is screwed up and the fact that the backlash started right here. In Virginia. You know, our first win was turning Virginia back red and that was massive. Let's unpack that. My argument having had Glen on the show having met him is he didn't win it. He pivoted, he saw the mama bears, he embraced them. It was the mama bears that won it. I mean, I didn't think he was going to win. Honestly, you know, Terry, the bagman for the clintons, I thought he's going to do whatever it takes to win it. Who won in Virginia and why, Jim? We won. And everyone on the right one and I don't care Glenn can mean very little to me personally. Terry McAuliffe losing means massive things to all of us because it showed a we can win elections. There was so much disheartening. They tried. You know, they were trying to say, where's my extra panel trucks? Full of ballots for fairfax. And they never showed up. All right, so we can actually win an election. It gave us a little momentum, throw in the written house verdict and then actually they are very verdict showing that our justice system works. The jury system works and we have that. It takes a little wind out of the sales to the left, and now we're looking forward to 2022 and parents everywhere are rising up. So like you said, the mama bears and the rest who have been going to school board meetings and telling them we don't want our kids turned into socialists are their nationwide
Glenn Youngkin and Ron DeSantis Are Proof That Local Elections Matter
"Let me ask you something Look at the Commonwealth of Virginia We're going into that if you really want your main focus is who's going to be the next president of the United States That's all you care about As Trump going to run if he runs he's got to be Biden His Biden gonna want Is it gonna be Kamala Are they gonna get rid of her and put in Pete Buttigieg All these things If you're main focus is who's gonna be the president of the United States Let me ask you something Do you think Glenn youngkin And the Republicans sweep that we just saw in the Commonwealth of Virginia three weeks ago Do you think that improves the chances for a Republican to win the Electoral College votes in Virginia Versus should Terry mcauliffe had one Do you think maybe Moving this state the state of Virginia into the red column with regard to its governorship and its statewide leadership at lieutenant governor and attorney general do you think that that may be moves Virginia a little closer to being in play and being a purple state Do you think that governor Ron DeSantis winning a very close election Three years ago In Florida do you think that helped Move Florida more solidly into the red column Do you think that his policies and the way he's governing in Florida moves it even further into the red column where maybe when we get to 24 Florida might not even be the toss up state that it has been Maybe whoever the Republican nominee is won't even have to focus as much energy and time and money as they have in years past in Florida Because desantis and the Republican Party has done such a good job in that state that it's more solid or Republican state than it would have been Do you see what I'm saying Do you see how these local elections actually help put together that puzzle that gives you your Electoral College map
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
The Similarities Between Terry McAuliffe and Horace Mann
"I don't know about you, but I like talking to John's mirror. And I was talking to him was a yesterday about John Dewey, Horace Mann, about education about what mcauliffe said before he went down in flames and John, I thought, let's keep talking about that because we had ten minutes here. And I said, this is actually so important. And that's why when he said what he said that parents shouldn't have the right to interfere in what the teachers teach I just thought that is one of the wildest statements I've ever heard. The idea that an adult running for office could say such a thing or even things such a thing, again, call me naive, but I was absolutely astonished. Well, it was a great moment of candor. Terry mcauliffe said in a debate, parents should not be telling teachers what to teach in schools. We have experts for that. That was very candid. And as I said last time, Horace Mann, the founder of mass compulsory public education in America, Horace Mann, school for teachers is associated with Columbia University. I remember seeing it when it would get off to Trevor bridge. He was a Unitarian. He kept that kind of quiet. He was a social gospel reformer, and he thought it was the job of public schools to save children from their parents. You had all these fundamentalist Christians who believed in the Bible. You had all these Catholic immigrants getting off the boat like my ancestors. And they had all these reactionary views. They were not on board with modern science with progressive ideas with eugenics with all the things that the progressive movement had in mind. A massive federal government managing the country from the top down as experts basically peeling away the old constitution. Woodrow Wilson, before he ran for president, wrote a book about how the constitution was this archaic obsolete rickety 18th century mechanism we needed clear it out of the way so that we could run the government according to the dictates of modern science. And by modern science, they meant Charles
'Glenn Youngkin Worshipped at the Altar of Donald Trump'?
"Now let's get the left wing interpretation from the fake news industrial complex, and MSNBC's Nicole Wallace cut to. I watched Glenn youngins interviews on Fox News, and he did nothing that Claire did not mean he worshiped at the altar of Donald Trump on Fox News. He flew an insurrection flag at his rallies. He simply didn't you play dumb about a zoom rally. He did not really put much distance between himself and Donald Trump on the big lie or the deadly insurrection in which police officers were maimed by flagpoles. So I think that the real ominous thing is that critical race theory, which isn't real, turned the suburbs 15 points to the Trump insurrection endorsed Republican. I'm not going to waste time here doing it. But I'd like to read to her from the Virginia Department of Education that quotes critical race there in white must be taught the thing that she says doesn't exist. Jennifer Glenn young can worship the altar of Donald Trump. I mean, are these people smoking crack? Anything he wasn't trumpy enough. That was one of the things that he talked about, but he walked this line of not alienating Trump supporters and bringing in other people. I think in my show, I said, are you the Mitt Romney of Virginia? And he said, well, it's not maga, but it's Virginia, make Virginia great again. Which is, you know, skillful. It was not quite wrong. Fairly skillful. Right. And someone who is not a politician and let me remind Nicole Wallace of a few things that I think people may have forgotten. One of the things is that the person who is currently sitting in the governor's mansion couldn't remember if he was the guy wearing the KKK costume or the guy in blackface. The current lieutenant governor of the state of Virginia was accused of raping some incredibly very credibly accused of raping somebody. The group that was trying to push Terry mcauliffe into this election, The Lincoln Project, pretty rich that they were trying to take aim at critical racer because their record with little boys not so
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tucker in New York The deaths starting to settle after last Tuesday's elections or is it For more on what to expect now that we know most of the winners let's head to our Bloomberg 99 one newsroom in Washington in Amy Morris Amy All right thank you John And as soon as the dust settles it looks like more dust is about to get kicked up joining me now to talk about the fallout from those elections Bloomberg White House editor Alex Wayne Let's start with the governor's race in Virginia And just how all of that played out I got to ask you you hear a lot about how the Democrats are saying oh if we had only passed the president's economic agenda Terry mcauliffe maybe would have done better perhaps he would have won even senator Tim kaine of Virginia said it himself that his own party had hamstrung mcauliffe's candidacy But I got to ask about the candidate himself Was he able to live up to that I did not see a particularly well run campaign there by Terry mcauliffe For one thing it was sort of a classic classic situation where you had an outsider candidate running against a very insider candidate or former governor a Clinton guy that was a knock against McCall from the start Outsider candidates almost always have the advantage in U.S. politics looking people like Barack Obama look at people like Donald Trump So Terry mcauliffe was hamstrung from the start by being Terry mccoll if I think And I think Democrats probably honestly made a bad choice of candidate there Just watching the primary the democratic primary I thought there were more interesting candidates like some up and coming democratic legislate legislators in the state that might have been better choices But the party made its choice and so on the call for the candidate Then his campaign really focused on trying to turn Glen junk and to some sort of maga Trump guy which he clearly is not I mean it just was not a message that washed Young can you can criticize young and for a lot of things His campaign dependent dependent in part on a lie that critical race theory is taught in Virginia schools not He used that to drum up to drum up racial concerns among white voters unfortunately But instead of hammering them on something like that more effectively they tried to car him as some sort of Trump acolyte And nobody bought that I mean they even ran ads trying the link to the January 6th insurrection at the capital He didn't have anything to do with that And the voters voters understood that So I don't think especially in the closing weeks mccaul's campaign was very effective We're very good Well let me ask you some questions about youngin because as you say he wasn't he's not really a populist He didn't really embrace president Trump Except when he needed to So it was embracing those endorsements in certain parts of Virginia Except on the other hand he distanced himself from president Trump former president Trump quite frequently So here's what my question is I'm trying to discern does that mean voters writ large still support the former president because they did vote for junkin or do they want somebody who's just trumpy enough or they're looking for somebody more moderate What are we looking at here Duncan did a really neat trick Emit together the Trump base People who are genuinely concerned about critical race theory quote being taught in schools Even when it's not And suburban voters who were concerned about things like taxes And school closures I think had a lot to do with it The way the way public schools conducted themselves during the pandemic frustrated a lot of parents and young can effectively exploited that frustration The didn't really propose a lot of different policies on how schools should be rendered in a pandemic But a lot of people were angry about it And he was the alternative to the party in power And so I think he benefited from a sort of anti incumbent anti incumbent feeling among voters any exploited that effectively as well Before we move on I want to look at New Jersey because that governor's race was far closer than anyone expected Does that fall into that same description that you were just explaining for Virginia sort of a similar circumstance Yeah for sure I don't think Phil Murphy suffered from the same sort of old school Clinton stain that mccaul is dead But absolutely that race showed voter frustration with the Biden administration and the president's failure so far to get the pandemic under control And probably also his inability so far to get his agenda passed through Congress But that race is a little more interesting because I read this and that Bloomberg news story earlier this week Apparently no democratic governor in New Jersey has been reelected in four decades So democratic governors in New Jersey like get one shot to turn stuff around that state and if voters feel like they didn't do it they get the boot And they tend to get the boot So Phil Murphy kind of like defied history in that sense by just by getting reelected at all But he was absolutely leading in polls by large large margins earlier in the year Even as recent as the reason why a September and October.
The Media Tried Baiting Glenn Youngkin to Speak Negatively of President Trump
"See there's a number of pernicious strategies taking place in the media Including some conservative media And that is number one to use this election Once again to trash Donald Trump In the template they tell us how to keep the Trump base without embracing Donald Trump Donald Trump's name came up more in the race in Virginia than glennon's name came up The Trump base is nothing more than patriotic people who love their country And want to save it And so when faced with these American Marxist movements like critical race theory and Terry mcauliffe the old bagman for the clintons who's pushing every one of these Marxist movements the Trump base is patriotic And so they're going to fight against and vote against individuals like this and vote for somebody to defeat them That's the way it works It's a binary process Glenn young did not In any way say anything critical about Donald Trump Nothing He was baited They try to push him into that position He wouldn't do it But he also wanted to run as his own man and that's exactly what he
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Some big surprises to set up our reporting today We turn once again to our Washington correspondent Joe Matthew Host of sound on weekdays on Bloomberg radio So as I say Joe some big surprises both in Virginia and the outcome in New Jersey the fact we don't have one Well that's exactly right David and there is a little bit of a hangover despite the beautiful weather today for Democrats here in Washington frustrated about the outcome in Virginia Terry mcauliffe has conceded that race for New Jersey rather is still too close to call and there's a lot of frustration after months and months of debating the Biden agenda with little to show for it here in Washington as we look back on that evening and think back David it was one week ago tomorrow that Joe Biden stop us all in his tracks postponed his trip to Europe went up to Capitol Hill with the framework that was supposed to lead to some real progress on his reconciliation bill and allow the infrastructure bill to vote Well he got back last night and actually this morning in the wee hours from his trip to Europe to the same reality that he left There is no actual agreement here There's been no voting And frankly there's no legislation to vote on Most of the insiders that I've been talking to over the past 24 hours watching this deterioration in Virginia agree Terry mcauliffe could have used something some progress to report to talk about to Trump dare I use that word that the Democratic Party has to show for all this months of work instead of referring to Donald Trump on a daily basis And the results were meaningful Lower margins of victory in the progressive suburbs around Washington and Richmond and Glenn young and essentially won the rest of the state even managed to turn areas around Virginia Beach back to red here So that is not good Now I will say that New Jersey is a different matter Votes are still coming in and those early votes those mail in ballots are expected to favor governor Murphy And they have so far for the most part he's leading by about a half percentage point right now but David that is a far cry from the high single digits even low double digits that we were seeing in polls and that many Democrats were expecting remembering Joe Biden won New Jersey by 16 points David One more excuse to question the polls just what we needed Thank you so much to Joe Matthew.
Election 2021-Virginia, ADVISORY
"Republican former business executive Glenn young kid has won Virginia's governor's race a major political turnabout in a state that had been trending increasingly blue all righty Virginia the fifty four year old political newcomer beat Democrat Terry McAuliffe who served as governor from twenty fourteen to twenty eighteen young kid told supporters he plans to cut taxes invest in education and law enforcement together we will change the trajectory of this Commonwealth women's alarmed Democrats already nervous about holding their parties now control of Congress in next year's midterm elections president Biden one Virginia by a comfortable ten percentage points last year I'm Julie Walker
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on KOMO
"Virginia is that race of bellwether for the midterms former democratic governor Terry mcauliffe has been underperforming and is expected to speak any moment now in ten minutes later we are expected to hear from Republican rival Glenn youngkin joining us on the como news line is democratic strategist Kathy Allen from here in Seattle and Kathy What are your concerns when it comes to this race My concerns are whether or not we should be breaking open the Kleenex box right now I look at it and I think that this is not only just a third of the vote in That third of the vote does represent many of the urban areas that are you know the fruitful areas that have in the last three years actually moved far more progressive IE Democrats than we have seen in the past So not looking good and any of the I would say to states that we're watching sort of a piecemeal right now both in New Jersey as well as the Virginia Looks pretty pretty wimpy for us right now What does this say about President Biden's leadership early on in his presidency That's what people are saying it's a measure of You know they're saying that but I look at it more as is it's a party that really isn't offering a full enough flesh hand here of what we are going to do in regards to nobody really thinks that Republicans are rallying to a strength kind of comeback And nobody that I know up here is moving for Trump What I can say is that what we're looking at right now is it doesn't seem to be a party kind of movement on the democratic side that looks fruitful and couraging hopeful that the depression tonight Now let me ask you this There were some voting rule changes also in Virginia as in many of the southern states did that impact things here at all Do you think Could but I don't think so I think that the real ultimate bottom line is not going to be the changes that were made They were not helpful They were actually something that probably took a chunk out of what could have been many more What I would call progressive votes However that none of that I don't know A lot of voters went to the poll to determine so many races that might indicate which way the Democratic Party is leading What do you think is happening to the Democratic Party Right now I think that life is in confusion We're still in COVID we're still trying to figure out is Biden the leader or is he the kind of transition I think that we're as kind of confusing which means we're not really leading with a clear message here which is not a good thing And the real world that simply means that Republicans can live in their wrath of confusion Nobody points a finger at them But when we do it oh my gosh yes everyone is saying where's the leadership here Kathy can you give us your take on senator mansion and what he is doing Senator Manchin are you kidding me I mean I look at him As a woman who has worked in West Virginia as a woman who has hoped for the best from West Virginia has a woman who has who knows many people including our former commissioner of public lands Jennifer belcher who now lives there Kathy I'm going to cut you off because Terry mcauliffe is speaking right now And we're going to join this speech in progress Thank.
Virginia voters cast ballots in governor's race
"Hey voter survey shows Virginians who voted in the closely watched governor's race between Terry McAuliffe and Glen Duncan we're most concerned about the economy hi Norman hall according to AP vote cast thirty four percent of Virginia voters said the economy and jobs was the most important issue facing the state while seventeen percent named covert nineteen and fourteen percent chose education healthcare climate change racism immigration abortion and law enforcement were all lower tier issues voters ranked the economy and education at the top issues were more likely to back young can over McAuliffe voters who identified covert nineteen as the top issue supported McAuliffe over young can I
The Daily Signal Exposes Marc Elias as a Curse to the McAuliffe Campaign
"So I should point that out We'll keep an eye on him a mark Elias I think I've talked about him more than anybody else Let me just point out That this is from the daily signal Laura Mark Elias has in some ways been the Democrats Forrest Gump of election controversy showing up in the most high profile election cases of the past two decades His involvement spans the improbable Senate victory at comedian Al Franken in O 8 to litigation both before and after the 2020 election The law is reputation may have been the reason a spokesperson from Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry mcauliffe suggested the campaign try to kill quote unquote a Fox News story that the campaign paid 53 grand a higher Elias I would suspect the reason they wanted to kill the stories that Mark Elias clients are often candidates that lost elections And all candidate wants to give the impression they're worried about losing said our friend Hans von cops key to the daily
If Terry McAuliffe Wins, Mark Levin Predicts Virginia Will Depopulate
"And I will tell you this if young can does not win and mcauliffe wins and they retain the house and they have the Senate and the Richmond Virginia You're going to see the state depopulate People leave as you've seen New York depopulate New Jersey populate Illinois depopulate even California depopulate That is a people who pay taxes and are productive and so forth They're going to start leaving Because it's a failed experiment American Marxism but the Democrat party is doing today Is a failed experiment And how many more times do you have to go through it In order to make a determination that it's a failed experiment And they have devoured various aspects of our culture They absolutely have
A Compilation of the Media Lying About Critical Race Theory
"Hat tip news busters caught one go This election has become the latest weaponized something called critical race theory Critical race series can kind of it's become the new dog whistle except you can actually hear it So it's not really a dog whistle Yeah let's start there Critical race theory not taught in Virginia schools But it just showed that Republicans are good It's dishonest It's not a good faith argument that they are talented at branding They're talented and making an election about certain issues even if they don't have any base in reality One key issue for Duncan opposition to the teaching of critical race theory in schools the curriculum is not taught in Virginia schools and mcauliffe has called the tactic a racist dog whistle what he calls critical race theory even though it's not taught in Virginia schools And the notion that critical race theory is being taught in Virginia classrooms a lot of these voters Chris weren't able to exactly articulate what that means A lot of them believe that critical race theory is being taught in the schools They don't like that but it's really not on the curriculum in Virginia critical race theory that is not taught in public schools in Virginia But critical race theory is not taught in Virginia K through 12 schools Critical race theory as we know isn't taught in Virginia schools There's no evidence it's been taught in public schools It is not taught in any Virginia high school It's not taught in public schools This is a post factual error It doesn't matter that it isn't taught in Virginia schools It's this generalized attitude that whites are being put upon and we've got to do something about it We being white voters A Fox News investigation has found the Virginia Department of Education recommended a controversial book in March 2020 to all stakeholders as part of its Ed equity VA on page 11 love writes lastly teachers must embrace theories such as critical race theory It's absolutely taught in Virginia In fact Terry mcauliffe promoted critical race theory to all public schools when he was last governor in 2015 And it goes on and on and on how the media just keep lying And the parents know
There Are Too Many White Teachers in Virginia, Says Terry Mcauliffe
"How about the assertion that Terry McCullough makes that there are too many white teachers in Virginia? That's what Patrick and Hayward California wants to tackle. Here in the relief factor dot com studios, how you doing Patrick? Great. That's just exactly what I wanted to talk about. Good. You talk about a community of Hispanic and Asians and whites and black living together. I live in a very diverse community and all that guy is doing is saying that as an educator that this critical race theory is not something that these people want to push on their children. Why would they want to become educators? Why would they why would they why would they want to walk into that buzz shark? Why would they even want to walk into this? And how would you? And how do you feel if you're a teacher for 25 years in Virginia and you happen to be white? What do you not count? Terry McCullough? You don't care about the 50% of the students that are a color that correct. You're trying to you're trying to put them on the back burner and say, oh well, you're not good enough to be an educator. That's what we want. That's what we want to teach our students. These people love America. Especially you want to talk about the immigrants like the Hispanic and the Asians that are part that make up this classroom. These people love America. And you want to they're trying to tell you that you want to become an educator and keep them America's awful? No, I don't buy it. That guy needs to go. He sure does Patrick well put, I appreciate
Tight Virginia race becomes referendum on Biden presidency
"One of the most closely watched elections today is the race for Virginia governor considered a bellwether ahead of next year's midterm elections former governor Terry McAuliffe remains optimistic he'll win a second term we're gonna take the jeans and I accept the well known Democrat who ran the state from twenty fourteen to twenty eighteen has watched an early lead dwindle to a statistical dead heat with Republican businessman Glenn young can tons of momentum I mean I'm not kidding the momentum in this race is something else early on young can have embraced Donald trump's policies but now has sought some distance political analyst Dr Larry Sabato says the tightness of this race sends a signal to national Democrats Republicans will take heart in that end will project this forward rightly or wrongly to November twenty twenty two when a third of the Senate the whole house of representatives and thirty six governorships on the ballot president Biden won the state of Virginia by ten percentage points just last year I'm Jackie Quinn
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Why will because all the democrats y'all the the democrats sit these people and you know how we know. It was the democrats. Because they're supposed to be what now white supremacists but they're the white supremacists who went to the diversity equity and inclusion are 'cause you had the black white supremacist. You had the asian white supremacist and you had the female white supremacist along with. The white white supremacist was a perfectly diverse. Ballads of people. Purdue to byu rooms is black. Asian female white dude. I'm sure what was probably gay as well just balanced dow. But we didn't ask we don't know but that's what the democrats do these days. They was was racially. Diverse group of white supremacists. They're claiming to be with lynn yung-chen. The media ran the story until someone said. Wait a second. That one guy works for terry mcauliffe. It turns out it was the kid touches at the lincoln project who set this up. They took credit for it and it blew up in their face. Literally eh th th this thing with south so quick on the democrats by friday evening. They were firing people in purging accounts on social media in lockouts that they were outrage. Some of the very same people who were involved in organizing we're calling digital say look at the white supremacists and everyone was like wait a second. Why star black dude there with tiki torch this white supremacist. Why would they allow him. And somebody's wait a second. That guy i know him. He works for terry mcauliffe and it descended into into craziness. By the end of the day you had all. These people locking their twitter accounts and it was the very same people who were calling into to look. Look look look at the white supremacists. No one thought about wait a second. Maybe we should have a black guy. A female asian show up was it was the leaked project ran out and took credit for now. Here's here's the problem for turbot. All of this was idiocy. And what if his staffers was involved with the lincoln project it seems and it set off yet another story. About what bad candidate. Terry mcauliffe is and the cheap tricks. And by the way it also allowed republicans to resurface the fact. That ralph northam was either a clansman or a black face in a yearbook photo and still say which is which he you know what the room. Virginia's the rumor is he was the one black face and his wife was under the hood. That's the actual room rumor in virginia among the politico which is why he has come out because he doesn't want to say well it was my wife under the hood. Est dressed up as the clansman. That's rumor whether short. I i don't know but i got. I'm actually in a direct message. Shape right now with people who've been talking about last week as it resurfaced but it allowed republicans to resurface that. The current sitting governor of virginia who mccoll of called reside is now out campaigning for mcauliffe which are mccall's blessed and he was either black face or a clan hood and then the democrats tried to resurface the memory of charlottesville. And turn it into a political stunt. And you've got to understand for the left..
Terry McAuliffe Doubles Down on His Anti-Parent Stance
"Terry mcauliffe, former governor. Lifelong Democrat hack. He's a Democrat, lifelong politician if there ever was one. He stood out the publicly stood up and said, parents shouldn't have a say in their child's curriculum. And somehow he thinks that's acceptable. In fact, over the weekend on TV on meet the press, he doubled down. Left hands with parents who should be left to the school boards and others who do this every single day and focus on it. They would argue that you are proud of everybody clapped when I said it. I understand that but they would say this is not about banning a book. This is about informing parents that a book may have some material that not all parents will be crazy about. We should let you know that your kid is going to be dealing with this material. I mean, he's telling they clap for me when I said it. That's desperation. And incidentally, it shows how out of touch he is. You understand, he's defending his belief that parents should have no voice in their child's curriculum. Hey moms and dads of Virginia, are you paying attention? You want that guy to be your governor? You want that guy to run your state?
GOP Voters See Youngkin as Chance to Reverse Party Course
"Morning. Good morning, mister young, and good to have you back. Good morning, you. How are you? Good. Your voice, I went down with the fetching misses Hewitt to listen to you on Saturday morning. We were surprised that there are a thousand Republicans and old town period. They all showed up, but I heard your voice and my wife turned to me, said I've heard your voice that way. You've been talking too much. So I gather, you've got crowds everywhere you're going according to The New York Times. Cue the crowds have been huge everywhere we're going. And yes, we've done 50 events in the last ten days. Wow. And I'm not going through adolescence again. But we're working every day to keep everything together. Yeah, Glenn young and if you're finishing with thousands of people at every rally according to The New York Times and poor old Terry mcauliffe, can't get ten people in a room. What's that tell you about this race? Well, we got huge momentum. It's really fun to see everybody come together across Virginia. And here what's been most amazing is it's Republicans, it's Democrats, it's independence. It's folks from all walks of life. I mean, the polls show it, we're winning. We're winning independents by double digits every event we have. I have people streaming in saying glad we're Democrats. We've never voted for a Republican before. We're voting for you. We've been in the Latino vote. We've been endorsed by organizations that have never endorsed Republicans before the Hampton roads black caucus. It is so great to see unity. It's so great to see everybody coming together and the momentum is huge. And you're right, that event announced that Andrea was something else. I thought there'd be 25 or 50 people. We had to code it on. And there were so many people. I thought I was going to say hi to you. Not a chance. There was a CF people and people. This is like the middle of New York City in Virginia. You can't you can't expect the Republican to barnstorm in Alexandria two days before an election. But Glenn young did. Yeah, and we're done. We just finished a big swing through southwest Virginia the crowds were huge. There's a red sign everywhere. It is really, really fun to watch this happen. You know, you it's no longer a campaign. It's a movement. It's a movement being led by parents. It's a movement being led by virginians and on this ballot on one side of it is Terry mcauliffe and his big government control and his desire to have parents separated from their children by government and on the other side as Virginia. In my name, but it's virginians and it is so so awesome to watch this
A post-Trump test for Democrats looms in Virginia election
"Democrats in Virginia are scrambling to stave off disaster in the states closely watched governor's race for four years nothing rallied Virginia Democrats like the push to get Donald trump out of office but now without him top of mind for many democratic officials are privately expressing fear they may lose their first statewide election in more than a decade on Tuesday public polling has been shifting and Republican newcomer Glenn young construction in recent weeks meanwhile Democrat Terry McAuliffe a former governor and close ally of president Biden has struggled to energize his base that's the president's approval rating sank the Virginia governor's race has long been considered a bellwether for mid term elections those are coming up next year and we'll decide control of the house Senate and state houses I'm Ben Thomas
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin And I'm Noelle king good morning Early voting has started in Virginia's governor's race and ends on November 2nd President Biden will campaign tomorrow with the democratic nominee Terry mcauliffe And over the weekend former president Barack Obama was there So you got to go out there and show the cynics that you're willing to knock on doors for Terry To make the calls for Terry to tell your Friends and neighbors what's at stake We ain't got time to be time This is going to be a close race partly Democrats say because their baits their base is tired their bases apathetic And pierce senior political editor and correspondent domenico martino has been following this one hate dominico Good morning Noel You have been talking to people in Virginia about this election And what are they telling you exactly Yeah look organizers and community leaders said they are combating a degree of political cynicism One Latino state organizer I talked to said his group has now knocked on some 50,000 doors in Latino communities and he said to Obama's point that many are just so tired of politics after four years of Trump and for many being worked up about the latest outrage they're just worn down and you know it's just enough for them So it's hard to kind of keep them engaged I also spoke with a pastor in Norfolk where a Stacey Abrams spoke recently He said some of the energy among black voters is starting to pick up but many in his community just don't see why the election matters especially for younger black voters he said they ask what difference does a governor make You know when they feel nothing changes for them personally there's definitely agreement with folks on The Crown that Republicans are just more fired up Which by the way is historically typical for the party that doesn't control The White House when it comes to Virginia governor's races How are the demographics of the state playing into this race Well look it's very important the non white vote overall Democrats have won every single statewide race in Virginia since 2009 and won the state four times straight in presidential elections That's largely because of demographic growth as well as the sprawl outside Washington D.C. of highly educated voters Latinos and Asian Americans have doubled their populations in the state in the last two decades Black voters remain a crucial voting block For example in 2013 when mcauliffe last one the governorship he lost whites by 20 points but he won overall by just three points and that was largely because he won more than 90% of black voters and they made up one in 5 voters overall Mcauliffe's campaign know this That's why mcauliffe has been spending a lot of his Sundays at black majority churches and why the party is brought in Obama and Stacey Abrams hoping to bring up some of that needed enthusiasm and setting the stakes and the fact is whether black voters turn out could be the difference for Democrats between winning and losing Now in the meantime the Republican candidate has been focusing on education Why is that Well look it's been a hot issue for the Trump supporting Republican base There's been chaos at school board meetings across the country Certainly in Virginia that's true And it's all about how to teach about racism in schools Junkins gone so far as to say in an ad that the FBI is trying to silence parents which is not true attorney general Merrick Garland has asked the FBI to work closely with local governments after seeing the rise and threats and intimidation at these school board meetings But mcauliffe has had to cut an ad answering a young and attack on education which tells you who's controlling the narrative on this issue And pierce domenico Martin are thank you You're welcome In Detroit 400 workers at the Henry Ford health system quit their jobs because of a vaccine mandate North Carolina based novant health fired a 175 employees almost 1900 workers in Washington state are out including a head college football coach Workers who refuse to get vaccinated represent only a tiny fraction of overall employees across the country Still NPR's Andrea Shue talked with a few of them to understand why not getting the vaccine is worth losing their jobs For 33 years Carl bonac had his dream job Wins this evening Well they have a north component or slightly north Bonac was chief meteorologist at TV 6 on Michigan's.
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update Former president Barack Obama is hitting the campaign trail this weekend stumping for Democrats in Virginia and New Jersey in the garden state Saturday He called on voters to get energized and get out the vote for democratic governor Phil Murphy in his race for reelection Go out there Fight Work You are going to decide this election in the direction of New Jersey in this country for generations to come Do not set this one out The message from the 44th president was the same in Virginia Saturday where he encouraged young people to support Terry mcauliffe for governor from now until November 2nd virginians will be heading to the polls to vote for either Republican glennon or mcauliffe House speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats are closing in on a deal to pass President Biden's economic agenda The California Democrats spoke with the president Friday and said she is very optimistic about the democratic push on Biden's too big agenda items One is a social spending plan that has been caught up in an ongoing fight between moderates and progressives Democrats hope an agreement on that Bill will lead to the passage of a bipartisan $1 trillion infrastructure Bill The American Film Institute is setting up a scholarship for women's cinematographers following the death of Helena Hutchins Thursday the 42 year old director of photography was fatally shot by a prop gun fired by actor Alec Baldwin that contained a live round of ammunition on a movie set in Santa Fe New Mexico reportedly Baldwin was told the gun was safe Hundreds attended a candlelight vigil Saturday evening in Albuquerque to remember Hutchins a 42 year old wife.
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"As I was saying if I was rudely interrupted by the clock Kate Bolden is a CNN host In term of colors on her show today mister producer seriously will he reach out to turn the call and tell him I would like to interview him Just give it a shot She wants to know why do you talk so much about Donald Trump Cut 13 go But Terry to my question do you think do you view your only path to success Because it is a clear choice that you talk about Donald Trump so much Do you see your only path to success here is making this Terry mcauliffe versus Donald Trump No I haven't met most of this campaign If you look at my advertising look at one of your long edge during the break I'm hearing Virginia I just watched it on Fox And it was all about Trump And it was all about junk and if junkins governor he's going to prevent women from having abortions Now this guy's a low life He's an absolute lowlife Glenn youngkin is never indicated that and Glenn young couldn't do it if he wanted to no governor can do that None None Regardless of my personal feelings no governor has the power to overturn the Supreme Court Just the way it is So McCallum is a liar
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"We've been talking about the Second Amendment in Supreme Court, but let's shift gears here. We've got a couple of minutes here to talk about what's going on in the gubernatorial race in Virginia, where Glen youngkin is going up against former governor Terry mcauliffe and, you know, this is an interesting race. It's remained close. I intending to think I'm a little optimistic about this, but of course, Virginia is a fairly blue state these days. Cam you're a virginian. What's going on there? It does young can have a chance here. Yes, I think you can absolutely have this chance. I think the Democrats are very, very concerned. As you say, Virginia has been trending blue, but this is about as optimal a scenario for Republicans as you can find. Democrats have nominated. I think a pretty unpopular guy and certainly a very uninspiring candidate who is not being helped by Joe Biden is dragging him down. Like all of even said that by design popular in Virginia and yet Biden is going to be coming to campaign with Terry mccoll between now and election day. But, you know, Miguel has also bringing in Barack Obama. He's bringing in Stacey Abrams to campaign for him Ed, which tells me that was less than three weeks now before election day. McCollum is still worried about shoring up his base, he's not even hoping right now to try to attract those moderate or independent voters. He's still trying to get black Democrats in Virginia to show up and vote for him because there's a third party candidate on the ballot for instance blanding. Who is running as deliberation party candidates is the first black female to be on the ballot for governor in Virginia. She is very strongly connected to the social justice movement. She's running to the call of left. And I think the mcauliffe is absolutely terrified that she's been able to peel away three four maybe even 5% of the vote both that would have gone to him. And that may be enough, along with what I think has been a pretty good campaign run by when young that might be enough to put junk in an office. You know, and the other part of this too, cam, and this is something you brought up yesterday and I hadn't actually considered is that Terry McCauley kind of big footed that democratic primary process for the gubernatorial race. The princess caucus, I guess you could say or segment of the Democratic Party or the left, maybe a little bit more accurately on the left. Had hoped to have a black woman running on the Democratic Party ticket in this race. Terry mcauliffe had already served one term as governor and it's been traditional in Virginia that even though you are legally allowed to run for non consecutive terms as governor in the Commonwealth. It's just generally not done. It's really a one and done type of tradition in Virginia. The term McCollum is stepping on that. He's stepping on the sort of woke crowd that really wanted to nominate a person of color, a female person of color as a statement of where the party is going. You've got all sorts of different headwinds, not just Joe Biden, even though Joe Biden's probably bad enough in this cycle. Yeah, you're right. Doug wilder, who was Virginia's first black governor has been publicly critical of chairman college decision to run for governor again. He was publicly critical of bacalao when he received the nomination. He pointed out that there were several black female lawmakers who were running for governor, who he thought would have made a stronger candidate. But the call was sort of like he was sort of like the Biden of the Democratic Party in Virginia this year. He was sort of everybody's second choice, right? Or the safe choice. But he's a very uninspiring choice. And while they're also ripped into flip flopping on governor northam's blackface scandal on attorney general Mark Harry's blackface scandal McCollum had called for them to reside, and now he's campaigning with him. And I think that Mikael has not done some damage to himself. Among Democrats, by the way, he has handled himself and his campaign. Now in the winning days, clearly, he's trying to call on Barack Obama and Stacey Abrams to come in and try to help him out. I just don't know if it's going to work. I don't know how well received. I mean, look, I don't think Obama is going to get criticized by a Democrat to the state of Virginia, but I don't know that Obama is going to be able to move the needle for Terry McCauley. I agree. Obama doesn't have a great track record and moving needles for anybody except Barack Obama. It's not his fault, but it's.
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"The left. More and more is that The further parents can be kept away from their children. The better the world will be that the parents just care for the children on behalf of the state. Your kids don't belong to you. They belong to the government. You hear this more and more. The only thing we all belong to is the government according to the democrats tony. Twelve democrat convention. Terry mcauliffe is the former governor. Virginia governor's virginia can only serve one term and then have to step aside for at least term. He wants a second term. He's running again. He said the quiet part out loud on a debate stage last night. Terry mcauliffe was debating. Lynn young the republican candidate. It's a very close race. And terry mcauliffe said the quiet part out loud veto books. Glenn not be knowledge about it. Also take them off the shelves. And i'm not gonna let parents into schools and actually takes out make their own decisions still. Stop the bill. That i don't think parents should be telling schools what they should teach. You know i get really tired. I don't think parents should be telling teachers what they should teach. He said the quiet part out loud. Democrats don't believe parents should have a role in their kids education. Why they don't like homeschool. it's why they don't like private school. It's why they don't like charter. Schools where parents tend to have to sign contracts for the kids. It'd be more hands on. They don't think parents should have a role in their children's education again. This is terry mcauliffe. Saying the quiet out loud veto. Books glenn not Be knowledge about it. Also take them off shelves and i'm not gonna let parents into schools and actually takes out make their own decision. So you've stopped the bill that i don't think parents should be telling schools what they should teach cuts. I get really tired. What's going on here in virginia. You've got in northern virginia and aggressive transgender education. Going on we're kindergartners are being told about what what is it now. It is it the the snowman. Still the transgenders no matter some some such. It's very bizarre. Convoluted way of teaching kids and normalizing transgenderism there also in the education system in virginia more openly express elite teaching even kids don't elementary school sex education but more importantly they're punishing the parents who during lockdown hired. Their kids tutors to keep their ahead. They're trying to shut parents out of education decisions and they're trying to force kids back into remote learning at times. They're not listening to the parents. In fact in one. Virginia school system. They forced the parents out of a school board meeting. Who were there to complain about. Critical theory the parents become the bad guys in education. And this all started. I mean it was going on. Before common core common core brought to a head where explicitly the system was designed to sever the parent child relationship when it came to education.
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Your opponent, Terry McAuliffe's came right out of the gate, launching attacks on you, and we want to play a clip for you from one of the things that, he said, accusing you of embracing Trump's quote unquote conspiracy theory. Let's listen to the call of us. Glen Duncan. Willie folks has one policy. Won an election Integrity plan based on Donald Trump's conspiracy theory about the 2020 election. That is all he has. Why does he opposed Election? Integrity? That's odd. Go ahead. Amber, can can we get your response to that? Glenn? Well, well, what I what I love about that is you only heard one Boo because there's probably only one person in the room with very well And second of all, second of all the you know, Terry in 4000 after George W. Bush actually defeated Al Gore. He was the one who came out and said they took the election from me. So let's just be clear. The truth has never stood in his way and anything that, he says, and the reality is That carries on the wrong side of all of the most important issues for Virginians, the economy and jobs, schools, public safety, and so therefore he has to go to a topic that a career political hack has to go to. He's been doing this for 40 years with His mentors Bill and Hillary Clinton actually teaching him along the way, and this is where he's going. But the reality is that election integrity is not a Republican issue, and it's not a Democrat issue. It's a democracy issue, and we do need to invest in our election process so that Virginians Have faith in the outcomes, and we watched what happened in Florida after the famous hanging Chad incident, and they invested in their process and all by the way, they were the very first state to tabulated report their election results in November this past year and not a question was asked. And that's the kind of election system that Virginia should have. And this is what absolutely makes me laugh about about Terry. He absolutely has only one playbook and that is to try to divide And has disparagement as opposed to talk about the most important issues which he can't because he absolutely wants to get rid of right to work. He is not stood up for families and students in our school system, and he is absolutely undermined our law enforcement to the point where when he was governor. The murder rate in Virginia went up 43%, so he doesn't want to talk about these issues. He just wants to go someplace that in his mind allows them to divide Virginians and I'm going to bring Virginians together and we're going to win in November, and we're going to get this great Commonwealth moving again. Glen Duncan. I'm going to ask you a question that I promised myself I wouldn't ask you until this very moment because I like to talk about issues. I like to talk about what matters most of Virginians. But now we've got it's mano a mano. It's you versus Terry McCall off and this is about who's going to win this election. Terry McCullough up If you Got one skill set, sir. If it's not, you know, throwing mud and sliming people. It's raising money. And you, sir, You are a very wealthy man. And I think people took into account that that you made a lot of money with the Carlyle Group, your self made man. And I think that there is some question out there as to whether how much are you willing to spend here because he's going to raise so much from so many interest groups from around the country. Are you ready to match them? Dollar for dollar. Well, first and foremost, I have had the amazing blessing of living the American dream right here in Virginia. I want to make sure that all Virginia kids can dream their biggest dream and then go get it. And that's what Virginia is about. And yes, I've had more good days than bad days as a result of a lot of hard work and yes, some real opportunities along the way, and we're going to make sure this campaign is resourced well to go head to head. With Terry McAuliffe machine, But I will also add. We have an enormous amount of support a groundswell of support across Virginia and across the country because everyone recognizes how important this race is. The future of Virginia hangs in the balance. Are we going to continue to lurch left and dragged Virginia off the map where centralized government gets to dictate everything in our lives? Or are we going to unleash the human spirit and actually create an economic and business environment where businesses grow, and there's more jobs than people can take in our educational institutions are teaching our kids how to think and can go head to head with kids across the country and around the world. We can have safe communities where, In fact, people don't worry about criminals who get sent to jail for Violent crimes. And are sentenced to life without parole aren't back on the streets because of Terry McAuliffe appointed parole board, Let them out and, oh, by the way, they commit crimes again and need to go right back and absolutely burden our society again. This could not be a more distinct difference in what I stand for and what Terry McAuliffe stands for, And we're going to make sure that we have the resources in order to to educate everyone across Virginia that elections have consequences. The consequences for Virginians have been absolutely crushing for the last eight years, and we're about to make a big stand. And Virginia is going to head in a different direction. And there's gonna be a shockwave that goes through this country to say no. This left liberal agenda which is absolutely ruining our country in Virginia. Is going to come to a stop and Americans or watching this because Virginians history is America's history in Virginia's future will be. We'll be America's future. It is on Virginia. It's Duncan versus McCall off between now and election day, we'll hear from Hopefully both of them here on O'Connor and company and please, Please promise me, Mr Duncan. You're not going to dance on the stump I've seen. I've seen way too many videos of McAuliffe dancing. You're not going to dance for us, right? You promised. I promise I won't dance. And the best thing is that when Kerry was dancing, there was only three people there watching as well as then dance like nobody's watching. Right? Because nobody is. Thank you Glad you're good. You can guarantee you can guarantee that if I dance. I'm a dance better than that. All right. There we go. Thank you, sir. Young governor. Com. This is the best of O'Connor and company..
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on WTOP
"Race for governor, Terry McAuliffe won about 62% of the vote and also on every city and county across Virginia, outperforming even his own campaign. Spain's expectations. The state's Democratic Party says it shows a roadmap to victory for McAuliffe in November. His Republican opponent, Glenn Young, can already released a pair of ads highlighting the fact that he is a political newcomer. I'm Glenn Young. I'm not a politician, he said. Virginians from across the political spectrum want new leadership Nick in l A w T o P news and we will be talking live with Glenn Yank in just a few minutes from now at 7 10 this morning and then Terry McAuliffe will join us later this hour at seven. 40 keep it here on w T, o p and w t o p dot com. The man had visions of blowing up in Amazon Data center in our area with hopes of causing Americans to rebel against the government, which he called a dictatorship. And now that man is facing the possibility of a long prison term. A Texas man Seth Penalty was looking for plastic explosives on the encrypted signal messaging app. He showed a source of hand drawn map of the Amazon Web Services Data Center in Ashburn. And his route in and out of the facility. He painted it silver car black with the material. He could easily peel off if the attack was successful when he arranged to meet a man to get plastic explosives that was an undercover FBI agent. Penalty, has now pleaded guilty to a malicious attempt to destroy a building with an explosive. He faces 5 to 20 years when he sentenced in October in allowed in county near log can stain w T O p News More positive news about the coronavirus coming out of Maryland. Governor Hogan announcing the states seven day positivity rate is below 1% for the first time simply put. Dr. Clifford Mitchell, with the state's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, says it means Maryland has successfully reduced the risk of developing the virus, a combination of vaccination plus continuing to exercise caution in group gathering, Mitchell says the lower the transmission rate the lower the risk, but says the virus is still present. And encourages people to get the vaccine. Ken Duffy w T o P News. The positivity rate in D. C is just over 1%. It's it's at about 3% in Virginia. The seven day average of new cases across the area is about half of what it was just two weeks ago in Northern Virginia. Roughly 2300 lives were lost Covid 19, and they were remembered last night in a solemn.
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on WTOP
"Allen, and I'm Joan Jones. And we begin this morning with results from Virginia's Democratic primary Yesterday. Our team coverage begins with w. T. O P s Nick Iaconelli, who says the party's nominee for governor is a familiar face. What a great night for Virginia. Yeah, that was Terry McAuliffe after being declared the winner in Virginia's Democratic primary in the race for governor. He previously served as governor from 2014 to 2018. I love that job as governor. Now he's running again, heading to the general election to face Republican Glenn Yangon. Attorney general Mark Herring won his primary as he runs for a third term. He'll face Republican Jason Me, Rs and delegate Hala Ayala defeated five Democratic opponents in the lieutenant governor's race. Virginians need a lieutenant governor who understands their struggles and who can build the The progress we've made. I'm that candidate. She'll face Republican win some Sears in November. Nika in L E W T opinions. Now Ayala is Afro Latina Lebanese and of Irish descent. Sears is the first black woman together parties, major endorsement and major party's endorsement for statewide office in the Commonwealth. That means in November, Virginia will elect a woman of color to statewide office for the very first time. Republicans in Virginia are reacting this morning to the Democrats, choice for governor. Rich Anderson, chairman of the state's Republican Party, says he's confident the November election will play out in their favor because I think we have an exceptional candidate in the form of Glen Yangon, he says. Right now, the focus for Virginia voters quality of life issues an area where he says McAuliffe in Yanqing deferred what's important to people now. Is to take these schools that were closed by Virginia Democrats and get them reopened. And while former President Donald Trump has endorsed Yunque in, Anderson says it's unclear whether he'll be joining him on the campaign trail. Melissa how w. T o P news Valerie Bank when looking forward to November. Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia, says McAuliffe was a safe choice for Democrats, especially when it comes to funding as young skin has the advantage there. McAuliffe will probably not be able to keep up with Duncan in the on the spending front, but he can do better than some of the other candidates in the Democratic field. Aside from money sabotage has another impact on McAuliffe's run could be Junkins likability. They're concerned about the fact that he projects a pretty good image They're hoping to get in Two issues where obviously he's more conservative than Virginians have at least been voting gallery bonked W. T O P News Virginia Voters also made their choices for more than a dozen contested House of delegates, Racists, most of the local Democratic incumbents running for Virginia House seats. One. However, Mark Levin in the 45th district, which includes parts of the city of Alexandria, as well as parts of Arlington and Fairfax County's lost to Elizabeth Bennet Parker, who is currently vice mayor in Alexandria. Also Lee Carter, the incumbent and district 50, which Includes Prince William County in parts of Manasseh City, received 38% of the vote declaring victory. However, with 44% of the vote, Michele Maldonado, a former attorney and small business owner, people were feeling like their voices weren't being heard and that they were feeling left out and left behind. Carter Tweeted. This job has made me miserable for the last four years. Kyle Cooper. W T. O P News. Lot of people voted absentee in Virginia's primary Yesterday, the State Department of Election says that just over 121,000 And people turned in an absentee ballot, with more than half returned in person over 50,000 were mailed in in 2017, just over 26,000 people voted absentee. We have asked state officials for same day in person voter turnout information as well Coming up on W. T O P teachers and students in the same classroom. Prince George's County has plans for fall. I'm.
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Committee chairman Terry McAuliffe is throwing his support behind the former vice president I have made a decision when doors Joe Biden I'll be with him in Norfolk tomorrow at seven o'clock tomorrow night projections show billionaire businessman Tom Steiner in second place and Bernie Sanders and third the race now shifts to super Tuesday next week and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters president Donald Trump said it was about time the federal reserve took action to lower interest rates whether such a move is related to the corona virus driven stock market slide or not trump speaking at the White House press conference this afternoon to discuss the administration's response to the corona virus he has long pushed to the central bank to lower interest rates here's what he said today are said should start being a leader not a follower or fan has been a follower we need a fed that's going to be a leader we should have at least the same rates and ideally lower rates than other countries we should be paying more fed chairman Jerome Powell yesterday opened the door to a rate cut citing evolving risks posed to the economy from the virus the civic investment management company or pimco as it's known is weighing in with a dire prediction for China as it deals with the economic impact from the corona virus pimco says the fallout from the corona virus may cause a six percent contraction in China's first quarter gross domestic product this as activity in China's manufacturing sector contracted sharply in February with the official gauging hitting the lowest level on record thirty five point seven Bloomberg's shaman autumn says there are a lot of reasons why manufacturing levels could remain subdued in March not all the workers out back for example all **** up like she's already been disrupted today may not have the raw materials to go back to full production Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave is trying to defuse criticism of his handling of the corona virus outbreak by pledging support for those who lose income and promising to expand to testing Abbas said he would use the remaining two and a half billion dollars in reserves from the current year's budget to drop a second package within the next ten days to tackle a virus and its economic fallout global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is.
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on WTOP
"DNC chair and former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe who holds this problem may lead to significant changes there is no excuse for this these folks had spent a year campaign and tens and tens of millions of dollars the party is made billions of ours you know all the dinners they do they're selling a rotor west we ought to be able to come up with an app where you can give the three numbers and the men do it in a secure way to me is just unbelievable and I feel bad that I've talked to all the campaigns and they've got a pretty good idea because they had precinct captains we don't know for sure but it seems to me it was a huge night for people to judge and very close to Bernie Sanders warns probably third animal bite may have come in for I have long advocated the Democratic Party needs to end caucus I have never been a fan I will all white people working you got kids or whatever you don't have three or four hours on a Monday night to go into a school or fire house and argue with your neighbors it's a real problem for Iowa and it may be the the final straw no matter what happens if you didn't do well mark you were going to question for stocks but I do think the one thing that they're right really making sure is when they put those numbers out that they're absolutely clear they now now they're under such a gun now they've got to get it right so I do think when the numbers come out they will be right but as you saw last night Joe Biden sent a scathing letter about the process so just politically if you had a big night or upset night which I think that you know he was robbed of that you know a huge blast that you would get today it's seventeen hundred sites how do not come up with an app that is adequate it just is an apple the Senate on the precipice of acquitting president trump in the impeachment trial and you've got the president's state of the union tonight when you take a big step back and look at where the party is right now how concerned are you about president trump moving forward full steam ahead people we recorded tomorrow but I think everybody will realize if he did something wrong even the Republicans at that I still come from a place I think is very hard and difficult for Donald Trump one again we lost three states in twenty sixteen I seventy seven thousand books Michigan Wisconsin plants by seventy seven thousand pounds ninety two million people woke up the next day said holy cow how did this happen and many of them will never miss a vote again you're socked in Virginia in seventeen you sought nationwide in eighteen and then you start to get a Virginia nineteen so I think the democratic momentum toward up is going to be huge we're going to be dropped but you know we gotta begin in focus I want to give these Democrats top American people about things that matter to them hi this guy thinks he can get your CD will never happen tell me how you can help my everyday like former DNC chairman and former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe speaking with us we'll bring you the results on the Iowa caucuses later today as we get that we're expecting partial results around five o'clock by the way the local presidential primary start around here in about a month when Virginia votes on March third it's one fourteen so guys whether you want to admit it or not if you are over the age of fifty five one of the biggest issues we face is Edie you kind of feel like you've lost your mo Jo fact is your.
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning America. This is the cats roundtable Sunday morning. It's a beautiful day in America today with us today is a good friend. Governor Terry McAuliffe. He was Democratic National Committee chairman. He was best friends, and still is with President, Bill Clinton, and let's see what's on Terry's, our horizon now. Good morning, governor. How are you this morning? How you doing? I'm doing good, sunshine ING and we're all still here, and that's the important thing there was a rumor at one point that you wanted to run for president of the United States and follow our friend, Bill Clinton. Now, I hear there's another rumor that you want to run for re election for governor in Virginia which one is true walls or your. Present and was very interested. I mean you have terrific successor in Virginia, and I became governor, I inherited a very large, I've left the largest in history, the state hundreds of thousands of new jobs record amount of capital investment statements Satan's place. I thought that was a very good message of a seven state. It was the only sunny state that when ruined twenty sixteen. We became a beacon number one St. America for cybersecurity data. Analytics jobs jobs jobs. That's what whatever they and I thought that was important, but we got about a month and a half ago. I looked at the field. There were twenty plus states in Joe Biden is an old friend of mine. I think he and I were in similar ace and he was to run. But I also have a looking for genius. John, we is, you know, this year we have our house and Senate elections. For the first time in twenty six years. The Democrats when when you see each chamber, we can win both chambers. Both the state Senate in the state house. And so, after all the work that going into my four years, governorship, I thought I probably could make the biggest impact so I have been campaigning ever. Since knows what does is in the last sixteen. I've done over forty months. I've got about food this month slime leaning in Virginia twenty nineteen because we're ninety down. On that issue would be in the chair and twenty twenty one districting. So they were Jimmy's feature of metric, and is going to be terminus offer, so and academia and up traveling twenty five states into asked you that at the in. It's the right thing, and we'll see the twenty twenty one dollars. That's the next election is and about twenty nineteen doing everything. I possibly tainted. So I think in, you know, I hope some presidential candidates also with right. You gotta think they're committee. Biggest impact Sam probably should be running to the United States Senate. We've got a very big twenty three people it does need to get narrowed down. You've gotta be Trump got to be focused in order to do that. Now, can you describe the nationalist seen how you see, I listen, I feel very confident beat Trump in at twenty twenty I remind you John, that in two thousand sixteen we lost three states. Wisconsin. In Pennsylvania, in Michigan. I combined of seventy seven thousand bucks. People woke up the day after the election in ninety two million people John did not go to me, twenty sixty actually decided to stay home. They like to go they just decided not to use it. They woke up that next day and J his shock anger and said, I never miss a vote again. The first of actions after sixteen were in Virginia twenty seventeen and we picked up the most house seats, one hundred thirty years, we did the house last year, United States Congress through the record votre forty million voters say that. So my point is I'm gonna get all ninety two million. Oh it we get ten percent. That's nine million there. So I am very confident, and I do think toward vote Carolina, possibly Georgia the, any saints that we can put a basket that we didn't have the four and we've got a great really pointing gotta be Trump. I think right now is he'll you've got Joe bye. Niners lead almost all the states, and then you've got Bernie, in Elizabeth and probably p judge writing there in that mix and they're still to talk to your say. Now if you got the most, you have a debate coming up. I don't know if the debates John gonna make much difference you're going to get ten people. I think you're gonna have, you know, maybe seven eight minutes, each by the time you get done questions and commissions, whatever it's you can really make yourself how you really stick out. You know, you're not gonna streaked across the stage. To be within to do it's going to be any hurry, after short amount of time to be able to really change of, of what's going on in the timers of the twenty candidates was, I think they're disqualified for them from from being in the debates. Is there any of them that she think is tough enough? Like, like Trump was which the seventeen candidates had he he scored sixty. Knockout punches is there any Democrats that are strong enough to score knockout punches question? John, I didn't see any ever posted after that Trump and Charlie real to that phase of the jet. Agassi any of that happened. I'm gonna pay side of most of the energy's gonna be this contract, which is gonna make it, you know, because most in and most of the POWs issue. I don't know the difference and what they look at. He's been personally to be truck during nothing that he's a millionaire that is as more than supposedly they meant can be Trump right now. That's true. And so- Joe Biden has known the debates and everybody's been restroom, and you stand there and he's so he can live rusher because, you know, they'll never Trump you gotta have a. Number body, probably double. I, I would love your John. If you hit me against Trump, you could sell tickets to that they, I, I was looking forward to seeing that movie. Yeah. Remember you, I should question? If, if, if Joe Biden faded out, for some reason, you're the only other moderate guy that my qualify. Would you consider jumping in? Joe's seem to be in the states and zapping alcohol and being in Harry's adventure very firm down in South Carolina. The great operations in the Batta. He's a front as soon as they can down. And that's not gonna happen for, I don't anything happening there. I've made decision. I'm all about Jimmy over ten years gonna make history. That shooting in the house and Senate. And in a message of. So you know I'm having United season. You know, John very long time Basie done on fired up. I'm pumped up for, you know, we're gonna Vinson they news. I mean, you know, I love even governing if it's babies job, John in the there's another job, we get out of that every day in the executive already actually help people, you know, as governor restraint, though, phone writes, maybe governor me history, United States of America. It was the right thing to do to hundred six thousand people. I gave him the right to vote back, you know, governors education in between them up there track is John talking about the socialist portion of Democratic Party and the anti semitic portion of the Democratic Party. It seems like the moderates don't have the courage to stand up against them now guy like you. I know you retire, you have the courage this James when I was in considerable, I try. Me, and I was unspoiled might be semi issues Medicare for all it's not gonna happen in this country when American slang out or lease a private insurance action, you know, it drops dramatically in the days now the goal should be. And this is what bothers me party. Now we're talking about, you know Medicare for all he's not really be when people understand it. And the talking about full coverage now we've got ninety to ninety four percents Americans cover the debate on the all the other, folks. And the, the thing that people care about John prescription drug costs, the care of his out of networks as expensively hospital and all of a sudden Stevie, Alex. He's not you know the network. You get home and you gotta build for twenty five hundred bucks. Then he's is bothering remember other today, so instead of talking about how in reducing prescription drug costs and things any of the sixty billion these spin out pharmacy to police to advertise deduct that Nancy what we ought to be talking. You know, everybody's over here. I, I think you gotta come back and talk about things actually bad or the voters. Listen as governor, I leave, and I seen energy and energy betterment. You know, we're not gonna overnight, you know, to have to switch on then facet fuse is not going to happen. So I wanted to bake to be about, you know, pragmatic, practice fusion's, in affect people every day when this year's on your now, you know, it makes you got all the education they can get in their car, and not have to spend two hours your of the aim in the afternoon, they want prices. I mean this is not rocket science. What this, you know, when I ran for governor about jobs, jobs jobs and because I hear a big that has governed by inheriting emetic economy Virginia than hit on SuperStation and built, the most vibrant economy history state in. That's what people actually do about it demand for democrat or Republican radio that I got out of bed, creed, and economic activity, if it keeps could play hard, you know, get a high paying job, and, you know, why does he concluded Amazon jam Amazon, I got neces- come to junior. You got nothing New York. I can't tell you. It is a demonstrating however so you all dumber than dog Duda. Duda twenty five thousand jobs in a hundred thousand dollars a year in generational change for city in the state. If the idea that New York Emmys entering grief, And you you know. know. I meet him until the on them. Bring all Jeannie Longo terror collar, if you are a common sense, Bill Clinton democrat. Yeah. Let me you. You haven't new book. Let's tell everybody about your new book, let's sell a few. Goes on Amazon today and to is beyond Charlottesville, writing like nationalism in America. You're gonna find it fascinating shows within the Syria, vents in our nation's history when a thousand weight supremacist Neo Nazis in all white, beautiful city show screaming John news vile things I've ever heard against the after American community at the Pierre on the radio, instead about members of the Jewish faith counting the Jews is going to burn them. They Bergamo the what's all condemn street shelter screaming. So I talk about all the lead up to the preparations everybody would happen. Finding what happened? Saturday. Had a hiring this kid in LS, must be treaties and a half half the fast how what happened on Sunday? It's a fascinating behind the scenes with the preparations. How we get with the situation on the ground. And then how do they sort as an ancient and John? How did he get through where thousand of these folks, and they can walk down our street and say, what they said about fellow human beings, something's wrong? Heidi, something's wrong that you can get to place like this, where you actually yell at a rabbi in from the synagogue within thirty. I mean, how do we how do we get to the place and all those crazy people? A lot of crazy. There's a lot of crazy people you'll see the nation in thirty beating you can't let US House and people definers back. We gotta hit and I think Johnny Mike Hammerstein Trump. I topped day to the mid to have the game. I wanna press conference after as that's right. Right to hear that you gotta come out Mr President, because he's a Catholic was way, is that. At that time, I want you to have a happy, Father's Day. And I was around when your kids were born and got a Walsall doing five eight hundred great older stores in unit.
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Terry McAuliffe has announced he will not run for president in two thousand twenty the centers democrat has ruled out joining the already crowded field of Democrats who are running to focus his attention on Virginia politics. In California, you can become a lawyer take the bar become a lawyer without going to law school. It can happen Kim Kardashian has said that she is now studying to take the bar exam, but will not be attending law school. So how exactly does this work if called the Lincoln method because it's how basically everybody, including ABRAHAM LINCOLN became lawyers. Joe Harvard Law School got started in eighteen ninety the way it works. Is that you essentially apprentice yourself to a lawyer or a judge, and there's an rules in terms of how much time you have to spend in that office and in the presence of that person and exams you have to take. And so on. And then he goes after four years of doing that if they comply with all the rules can set for the bar examination. So that's UCLA law. Professor emeritus Gary blazey, and he knows a lot about taking the bar exam without going to law school because he did just that. I decided to do the ship because I had had when I considered for too many years in the classroom, and I wasn't interested in spending another three years going to law school wasn't even sure that I wanted to be a lawyer. So how about the fact that law schools, Greg didn't even really come onto the scene until the eighteen nineties? I mean that's relatively new historically speaking. I guess it is I can't I can't imagine. I can't imagine going to law school for three years either. But I can't imagine sitting with an attorney or a judge, and I it's like homeschooling almost, you know, but I I guess it's it's an alternative. Well, some people don't need the classroom. Professor blazey ended up joining a group of six people. They were studying with a lawyer to take the bar, and he said being part of a group it made that process a lot easier. Even though it was still difficult. It was challenging and lots of people have asked me about doing it. And I've always said to them. Well, I would have said to myself as I wouldn't try to do it alone. And at that time. There was no restriction on how many people one lawyer could supervise. So I say we had six people. Now, there's a restriction that a lawyer can't supervise more than two people. So it's a little less feasible than it used to be. But of course, has more resources than average person. Does she I have to wonder what the success rate is between the classroom approach, the practical, you know, real life approach, right? Would be hard. Frankly. Absolutely. I I was gonna say up until he said, you're limited to to, you know, it seems like if you're a reasonably successful attorney or judge you could you could make a lot of money on the side by bringing in students and getting them to do a lot of your work for you. I guess you're limited blazey says that some of his colleagues referred this method of studying as the one hundred percent clinical method since it was entirely in the field rather than in the classroom. One of which is that when I was studying law. It was not a theoretical proposition because I was also working in a in a community law office. And when I needed to know something about civil procedure was because we had a client who had a problem, and I need the answer for that person. All right. So now, you know, Brian Noble's as we head off to traffic.
"terry mcauliffe" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Circumstances. So as I don't need to tell you governor. There are a lot of people in Virginia and throughout the country who are really hurting because of this racist image. You just saw governor Northam smiling contemplating showing the press his ability to moonwalk, do you think the governor north understands how serious this is? And how much pain he's caused? I think there is so much coming in mean that I winced. When I saw that yesterday. First of all totally inappropriate question from the reporter. We're talking about is a very very serious issue. And I agree with the first lady of Virginia, I agree with Pam north. And that was totally inappropriate. And I just think Jackie sitting there and. You just can't imagine what's going on in his mind today with everybody and calling for his resignation, and I just go back to the point. He has done so many great things for Virginia through the years. It doesn't matter what whether he was in the photo. And not in the photo at this point. We have to close that chapter. We have to move Virginia forward, Justin, Fairfax African American. Lieutenant governor will do a great job of bringing folks back together. But this is a part of chapter of Ralph's life. And as I say he'll be remembered so for so many great things, but he will also be remembered -membered in a time of need a he chose the right? Moral course for Virginia, and he resigned, and we move forward. I just have to ask you though, sir. He was here Lieutenant governor. It's not just the photograph on his yearbook page. He also in his Virginia Military institute high school yearbook page, he's identified one of his nicknames as Koon man, which he has yet to explain there's also a video out. There circulating of him refusing to shake the hand of his black opponents after a two thousand thirteen debate. I know that the Ralph north I'm, you know, in your words is a good, man. But has he also been a racist? I have zero indication of that is I say family, doctor had military service had been a state Senator rand food tended governor. And literally at my side. I mean, we lean historic investment in K, twelve to make sure that underserved schools had the right teachers it as I say to make sure every child had a nutritious breakfast working with my wife, Dorothy, I'm that. I mean when I did the restoration rights and was soon by the Republicans to stop me from doing it. Ralph was always at my side. So I can't answer Jake. I'm telling you, I'm heartbroken. I don't know. How I mean? I have been it is on Friday. I I can't explain to you my feeling, but you know. Doesn't matter. How Terry McAuliffe fields that photo that was in that yearbook was so offensive to the African American community that I can't be in their shoes. And we've just got to get past this. I wanna ask about another controversy. I I knew at a young age black face nine hundred eighty five. You just didn't do it. Yeah. I have to ask this offensive. I'm sorry. I have to ask about another controversy in Virginia over legislation that would loosen restrictions on late term abortions. I want you to take a listen to what governor north said about third trimester abortions on local radio WTO p. It's done in cases, where there may be severe deformities. There may be a fetus that's non bible. So in this, particular example, if a mothers in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother. Do you support this new legislation, and what was your reaction to the governor's comments there? Absolutely not. And I think Ralph misspoke on that. No democrat. I know is for infanticide. Now. None. I just don't know of anyone who was for it. Listen Ralph was at my side, you know, when I ran for governor five years ago and got an automated, it was the Republicans who were changing all the regulations to make clinics. Planned Parenthood clinics. Putting more water fountains more parking spaces all to shut all of our clinics down. I'm very very proud that I replaced the board of health and working with Ralph. We got rid of all of those horrible regulations to shut our Planned Parenthood clinics down. So that's the battle that we've been having in Virginia where we come from. It's. Life of the mother in the last trimester. But I do not support that legislation nor does Ralph. And I just think you know, he was speaking as a doctor in what he was trying to say, I'll be honest who was in air phone. That's who he is governor, obviously, we asked me to come on the show to talk about national issues having to do with Medicare for all at cetera. And I hope you'll come back under different circumstances. But before you go last question, you said a month ago that the odds of you running for president in two thousand twenty where about fifty fifty. What's the update are they still fifty fifty are you planning on running? So I said I'd make a decision by March thirty first I have been talking to other candidates. I wanna see what the positions are out there. I'm going through the process, I've outreached over four hundred people I've talked to individuals out there. And listen, we had a very successful run. As governor Virginia bringing people together building a new economy. I've said we need a democrat running for president that has practical actual can actually get things done and who can show results. So, you know, we've got about six seven weeks to finish making my decision, and I'm talking to a lot of people. And if I do I promise you, Jake, you'll be the first to know. Okay. I'm sorry. I will be the first to know. But still about fifty fifty or maybe sixty forty in favor. What do you think? Yeah. I'd say I liked to do it. I think we had a great track record in Virginia. Great success that we had very results record veto economic investment. And all the things that we're able to do very progressive agenda. But also, very economic focus. We built a new economy. That's what American they want a president. Who is compassionate, who is empathy. And who tells the truth of anyone who dealt with me in the Commonwealth of I am very authentic. I will always tell you whether you like to hear it or not. And I waited to get things done that we can actually get done. I have very aspirational goals. But I also temporarily at that what is reality. And that's why as I say I had a very Republican legislature. I got over seventy percent of my governor administration. Bills passed I worked together, we're a different state today than we were five years ago. We're open welcoming diverse, and that's what the country needs. Right. Governor mccall. Thanks so much. Appreciate it. We'll have him back Republicans now telling President Trump to stay out of the way as they tried to avoid. A new shot down and get his border wall. But is his mind already set on getting the wall his way one of the key negotiators joins me..