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Brianna Walker Brent, Treasury Department And Jennifer Bracelet discussed on AP News Radio
"Monthly payments for low income families from the expanded child tax credit are starting to arrive the treasury department estimates that over thirty five billion families are receiving payments averaging four hundred twenty three dollars in July as part of the expanded child tax credit part of president binds one point nine trillion dollar corona virus relief package it was great I immediately paid my rent which was late Brianna Walker Brent we do Hampshire is taking care of three children and took custody of two siblings last year it's going back into the day care it's going into the food it's going to the grocery store Jennifer bracelet share is the director of the daycare that Walker's children tend to not feeling quite so like they're living on the edge one study from the center on poverty and social policy at Columbia University estimates the payments could cut child poverty by forty five percent they're also a test of sorts president
New Hampshire Legislator Calls to Rally Others to Run for Office
"And one of the things I did is Had enormous number of books as you can tell, and I went through them, and I tried to pick what I considered the most, uh Iconic and most powerful for them. On the left. And then, uh, take the sections that I thought were most important and then sort of narrow those down and then explain them. And then in the end of each chapter tied together, And then, of course, the end of the book say We got a rally Now. Do you see things changing at all? You know you're a state rep in New Hampshire. I don't think people are very happy with what's going on in this country. Do you? No, they're not. I see that people are absolutely rallying, usually after an election things quiet down, but we've had people getting involved staying involved going to town Council meetings. School board meetings. We had the Wyndham audits for those ballots that had been miscounted because of those folds and we see people that are involved every day here and we have some more opportunities for people to get involved. We actually have two special. We've already had two special elections where 400 person health. We have two more special elections scheduled and we might have another four. So there's opportunities for people to run and get involved and be involved both at the state level as well as next spring for their town cities or school board, So it's a really exciting time because there's so much momentum carrying over So many people that are still so involved, and I'm hoping that we can really keep moving this forward. Uh,
NASCAR Penalizes Teams of Chase Elliott, Alex Bowman Over Engine Infractions
"Position flip in the standings after Hendrick Motor Sports teams of Chase Elliott and Alex Bowman were penalized for running afoul of engine rules at New Hampshire last weekend. Teams are required to use sealed engines in the same car it originally ran in the next time it used team, Hendricks says an administrative error led to a motor from the nine car running in the 48th. 25 point penalties to each team will drop Elliott from fifth to sixth Overall. Bowman keeps the 11th spot even with the penalty. Erica Merola won
Iowa Summer Camp Sends Campers Home Early
"Camp in New Hampshire abruptly shuts down and sends the kids home. WBC's art Cohen reports after just six days, parents whose Children were at Camp Quinta Barge in molten borrow New Hampshire were told to come and pick up their kids. Camp, officials said Delays in food shipments made it impossible to keep the camp open. But some parents told the Boston Globe that there were other problems, including hiring counselors just days before camp opened, who had little training. And some of the campers said meals were served multiple times on dirty dishes. Executive director Erik Karlsson blamed the problems on staffing and supply chain issues.
Under Darkness, Almirola Pulls off Shocker at New Hampshire
"Eric I'm a role as a disastrous year just two top tens and twenty seventh in points and tell the stunned everybody by winning the darkness shortened Foxwoods thrill one the win clinches Almirola a spot in the playoffs despite the way the rest of this season is gone man I feel so good especially where we're at in point we had to win we had to win to get in the playoffs and this team deserves to be in the classroom we're a playoff caliber team and man it just feels so good all morals car came alive over the second half of the race but with dark to shorten the race by eight laps it cut short Christopher bell's late charge towards the front Brett McMillan lot New Hampshire
Marilyn Manson Released on Bail After Turning Himself in on Assault Charges
"To police in Los Angeles in connection with the 2019 arrest warrant out of New Hampshire when he allegedly assaulted a videographer during a concert. This happened at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion and Guilford. Manson was booked and released last week without bail pending a court appearance in New Hampshire. Coming up on
President Biden Optimistic Despite Falling Short of July Fourth Vaccination Goal
"Biden is a major rebound in the economy and in our lives. This holiday weekend as the country marks an accelerated return to normal still challenges. Remain with the white house falling short of its july fourth vaccination goal. Monica alba is covering the president firing up the barbecues and air force one this holiday weekend as americans come together on the eve of independence day. The biden administration's top officials fanned out across the country from nevada and michigan to maine new hampshire. The president first lady and vice president blanketing the nation. Today in what they're calling. The america is back together tour giving new meaning to the fourth of july by marking our independence from the pandemic though it was hard to believe. I think that we would actually be able to be together on the fourth of july. Still victory over. The virus isn't being declared just yet. The white house will miss. Its own goal of partially vaccinating. Seventy percent of american adults by tomorrow nearly sixty seven percent of those eighteen and over have received one dose while forty seven percent of the public is fully vaccinated heading into the celebrations. The president warned those who haven't gotten their shots yet concern that people who have not gotten vaccinated have the capacity to catch the variant the white house announcing it will deploy surge response teams to hot spots as fears grow over the highly transmissible delta variant
Republican Attorney Generals Should Care About What's Happening in Georgia
"Now there's several ways to look at this. First of all new folks can do this yourself. You can look at Massachusetts versus the Environmental Protection Agency. It was a bogus decision of 54 decision. John Paul Stevens wrote the majority decision. It was an outrageous decision. But it gave standing to the state of Massachusetts to sue the EPA. Because Massachusetts basically argued, Look, Pollution doesn't know state lines across the state lines. So what happens in New Hampshire or somewhere else affects us in Massachusetts? So of course we have standing to sue the EPA. And so they said, You know what you do? Which was a Monumentally buffoonish decision, but nonetheless, it's not been overturned. It was done in order to advance the radical agenda. The D growth. And that is something that the Republican legislatures and state attorneys general can now rely on. In joining Georgia, and here's my point. Georgia has made reforms to its voting system actually liberalized that prior to the virus system that was in place. And that what happens in Georgia does affect other states. First of all, they're overlapping provisions. A lot of states that have passed laws or passing laws are doing something similar to what Georgia has like a voting. ID requirement or something of that sort.
Study: Rates of Anxiety and Depression Among College Students Continue to Soar
"Story out of lebanon new hampshire which includes the dartmouth college very high end college. That did a study on some of their own students that found that two hundred and seventeen students were tracked when they entered the school as freshmen in two thousand seventeen in the hopes of understanding how they behave students stress levels rise and fall usually in tandem with midterm and final exams but since the onset of the pandemic quote unquote rates of depression and anxiety have soared and show no signs of coming down. Said andrew campbell researcher and computer science professor. The research points to how the public health crisis they say is affecting young people and raises questions about what will be done to support them a group that struggled disproportionately with mental health issues for years before the pandemic set in the question is how long will they stay like. This said the researcher. The findings also added a growing body of research that or to a growing body of research that indicate the effects of the corona virus have extended beyond physical health and safety particularly as people deal with social isolation grief unemployment and uncertainty about the future.
Governor Signs Law Giving Nevada 1st Presidential Primary
"Nevada's governor signed a law that could make it the first state in the nation to hold a presidential primary in twenty twenty four but that's not the final step needed Democrats in Nevada push to change from the in person caucus system which is hard to count to a primary ballot on the first Tuesday in February and by pushing up the date party members say they'll provide a better representation than early states Iowa and New Hampshire do because Nevada is more racially diverse but the national political parties would need to agree to the change in the primary calendar and the Republican National Committee has already said it supposed also if Nevada schedules itself as the first state it's likely Iowa and New Hampshire would move up their primaries I'm Jackie Quinn
State and Local Republican Parties Are Turning Ever More Toward Trump
"January six dr day history of the united states cap president trump is spoken many times since we left office. And i don't know if we'll ever see. But i will always be proud of what we accomplish for the american people over the last four years in new hampshire this week downplaying his differences with president trump Over the course of their partnership president trump of course returned to the stage last night as well with that speech in north carolina. Talk about it on our roundtable. We've got rahm emanuel donna. Brazile wall street journal columnist jason ryan riley a senior fellow at the manhattan institute and author of new book. Maverick a biography of thomas sowell and former libertarian member of congress justin amash and carson let me begin with you. The new york times is an interesting analysis of president trump this where they call them diminished but dominating at the same time of course. He had to give up basically his blog this week. He's still has a hold on the republican party. You serve with a lot of republican members of congress. How do you explain it. What republicans do about it well over the last couple years. I've really seen it. Take off. When i first got to congress. I could see this nationalist sort of starting to swell and by about two thousand fifteen. It took hold of the republican party in in a pretty big way at first members of congress when donald trump took office were doubtful about him. They would make fun of them in private. They'd criticize him They'd insult him. Even i thought they going too far and i was a big critic of donald trump and i couldn't believe some of the things that were said about him and then around two or three years ago around the beginning of twenty nine or so. I saw people really start to shift and the party really became donald trump's party completely and that's going to be the way it is over the next few years. I don't think. I don't think we're going back to a different kind of republican party.
Texas Abortion Ban Targets Anyone Who Helps Patients Get the Procedure
"Now in Texas and much harsher abortion law is now on the books. This is the so called Heartbeat bill. It bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. CBS is Kate Smith explains what the law means for abortion clinics in the Lone Star State Poppy Northcutt has greeted women in the crowded parking lot of this Houston Texas clinic for nearly a decade. Good together. What's the need for Esports at a clinic? Because we usually have protesters here On the day we visited, nearly 90% of the patients seeking abortion would have been turned away. Under the new law. Clinic administrators told us they call it a heartbeat built It's basically a bill that's going to just cut off access. To legalized abortion. Hi. I'm a volunteer with the clinic in anyone, including Poppy who helps a woman after cardiac activity is detected at around six weeks. Good morning, it could be sued and find a minimum of $10,000 for every patient in New Hampshire
Mike Pence: I'll Likely Never See Eye to Eye With Trump on Jan. 6
"Former vice president Mike pence says he may never see are you to live with Donald Trump over the insurrection at the U. S. capitol in January former vice president Mike pence considered a potential candidate for twenty twenty four presidential bid was it a New Hampshire GOP dinner after four years of loyally standing by Donald Trump when it came to the deadly attack at the U. S. capitol I don't know if we'll ever see eye to eye on that audio courtesy of C. span pence addressed the storming of the building by an angry mob that even called for him to be hanged for not blocking the certification of Joe Biden's victory January six was a dark day in the history of the United States cap and pants accuse Democrats of trying to keep the insurrection in the news to divert attention away from what he calls president Biden's liberal agenda
Nevada Legislature Passes Bill Replacing Caucus With First-In-Nation Primary
"Nevada lawmakers have passed a bill to make it the first state to hold a presidential primary in twenty twenty four but it's far from being a done deal traditionally it's Iowa first with caucuses in February and then New Hampshire holds the next primary but Democrats in Nevada led by former Senate leader Harry Reid I think they'll do a better job of leading off the presidential contests saying the state's diversity better reflects the whole country and they're hoping to end their caucus process and go to primary balloting if signed by Nevada's governor the measure would still need approval from both major political parties and it's likely other states will object to getting pushed back on the calendar I'm Jackie Quinn
Marilyn Manson Wanted in Assault in New Hampshire
"They relate to an incident involving a videographer in 2019. And Ecuador has confirmed that a giant tortoise found on one of the Galapagos Islands sees from a species believed to be
Half of Americans Over 18 Have Received at Least 1 Vaccine Shot
"News tonight on the covid front more than half of all adults in our nation have now received at least one vaccine. Tomorrow it's available to anyone over age sixteen but with the johnson and johnson shots on hold. Will there be enough to go around. San brock has more tonight. A milestone in america more than half of all adults have now received at least one covert vaccine shot as eligibility opens to everybody sixteen and up in a matter of hours but are we ready or reality check starting with supply. We're actually very good. Question attorney supply. They are confident. That even without johnson johnson they'll reach two or three hundred million doses available in the next number of weeks. Actually and cdc numbers reflect the ramp up distribution pfizer. For example was pumping out about four million first and second doses per week when president took office. That figure now sits around ten million though down a tick from peak production at the end of march as for concerns about j. j. my estimate is that we will continue to use it in some form i think by friday. We'll know which way we're going on this. Dr anthony fauci trying to calm nerves. Even as some states like mississippi or already seeing heightened hesitancy and as soon as we inform them that they had ticket off the shelves. They panic everybody left. They counselor appointments and they didn't take dr. They were out which leads us to our next question. Is there a geographic gap on vaccination rates and hesitancy. Yes a cdc uses darker colors to show the most prolific states on the coast. New york and california are among the leaders with new hampshire pacing. The nation the lighter colors are in the south representing states like alabama and louisiana for a two week period. In march of last year new orleans had the highest covert infection rate of any place in the world. That might explain why. The rates have vaccination here are higher now than anywhere else in louisiana which is lagging overall. The vaccine's there. Now we have to get people to the shot. And i think we have to continue to educate people. We have to decrease any of those barriers. That are out there. In an ongoing push to inform with around a quarter of all americans fully vaccinated
Dems to Introduce Bill to Expand Supreme Court
"The Supreme Court has been introduced on Capitol Hill. We're here today because the United States Supreme Court is broken Senator Edward Markey, making his case to expand the U. S Supreme Court by adding four justices to the bench. Why is this necessary? He pointed fingers. The court is broken because Mitch McConnell, his Senate Republican colleagues, And Donald Trump Broken. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, though, isn't ready to support the bill. I have no plans to bring it to the Florence Daisy Lynn CBS News Capitol Hill, Some Republican lawmakers air speaking out against the bill, arguing this is a power grab from the Democrats. In New Hampshire of push
Working From Home Permanently Could Transform Rural America
"People started working from home because of the pandemic some started working from their second homes. Those tend to be in rural areas not in cities and if they stay after the pandemic could end up transforming parts of rural america. Here's sarah gibson of new hampshire public reporting from the lakes region for five year old. Joanna shell off. Winter in the pandemic has been pretty good. I just i could this and they do different kinds of skiing. You told me all the kinds like cross country skiing a tiny bit on my ski loose on and down housekeeping normally joanna and her family live in philadelphia but this year. They're hunkering down in their second home. A two hundred and thirty year old farmhouse their main reason for being here joanna and her sister going to the tiny public school down the road. It's been in person five days a week since september as opposed to the philadelphia school district which has been largely virtual joanna's dad. Eric shell off. A doctor saw a lot of job. Become virtual too so he can work anywhere even the barn outback which he opens up for me. Amidst collections of bicycles and boats shell off shows me his standing desk. We made this out of old learned doors and saw horses. Despite the rustic charm. There have been some challenges like really slow internet but off feels fortunate to be able to do. This and the shelves aren't the only family in this. Migration of urban residents to rural new hampshire several nearby schools have seen their enrollments increase as a
"new hampshire" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics
"Victory here is the beginning of the end for Donald Trump right. So that's that's it wasn't thank all of those people who have worked contributed twelve campaign but make the point but at this point in the campaign we are taking on billionaires and we're taking on candidates funded by billionaire. Oh Oh could even talking about Buddha judge there was he talking about anyway. Here's Amy Closure America. I'm Amy Klobuchar and I will beat. Donald Trump is the most uniform that in a democracy it is not about the loudest voice or the biggest bank account. It is about the best idea and about the person who can turn those those ideas into action. We know that we cannot win big by trying to out. Divide the divider in-chief we know that we win by bringing people with US antenna stead of shutting them out. That sounds like it's almost aimed at those people booing at the Buddha judges of the world when they come on the big screen the sanders campaign. Let's listen to Mayor Pete. I admired Senator Sanders. When I was a high school student I I just reminding? Sanders has been around. But we we. We have another sound bite on that question of division. Play that one in this election season we've been told by some the you must either be for revolution or you are for the status quo. But where does that leave the rest of us. Most Americans don't see where they fit in that polarized vision and we can't feed the most divisive president in modern American history by tearing down. Anybody Buddy who doesn't agree with US one hundred percent of time he's taken on those progressive that want strict adherence to to to Progressive Policies Revolution Russian. Yes I got to tell you. The gloves are offering. This reminds me of the Republican Party for years ago. You remember this was no when trump was accusing cruise Running out of steam that arguing running out of steam on that argument hands in the you know one of the developments. That happened late in New Hampshire. John in and you saw saw. And you're out there covering it along with me. When when Joe Biden launched that attack ad against people judge and made fun of him for having Nice Lights under under a bridge and redoing the bricks on the on the sidewalks it was really a a mocking tone that disappeared from his speech? Initially the next day it was almost like his heart wasn't in it it. It wasn't in it and it was probably one of the worst at the maybe the worst out of scene in the cycle. Well it look. I know people in the camping. We're excited about it. They thought it was going to be a momentum shifter for them But the end Joe Biden pulled out of that of New Hampshire before it happened Went right right on to South Carolina he has. He has backed off in one of the most stunning developments of this early stage. John we've been talking for year. Joe Biden the front runner. I think we've expressed skepticism vowed whether it's real but I think both of us at one point said well you know you gotta just tip your hat to the polls in say there's gotta be something there maybe there was nothing there. Maybe there was nothing there. He now has all his hopes on on one st on South Carolina and all of us hopes pinned on his ability to keep African American voters in particular in his fold. And there's just really no sign that we're seeing in public polling or the Any of the the optics or the reporting from the campaigns to suggest a lot of confidence there. Yeah I I have to commit I. I think that I think we both may have been a little skeptical about this Since the start of this campaign he he. You Know Biden managed to be the the front runner in those national polls for a long long long time front runner even in a lot of the polls in the early states. But it just goes to show how useless Those those polls are so far out. You know you get into the campaign you get into the debates he and into the retail politics and you know it just it just it. Frankly wasn't there now again maybe maybe he finds a way to bounce back This is a very strange race but before we take our break and I know you're GonNa you have a conversation with one of the one of the real behind the scenes stars of this You know in the operative level on very interesting one of the most intriguing democratic operatives in at this in this race for the Democratic nomination so far somebody who has Who Brought Mayor Pete worked went to work with him when when nobody Stephen New Outta knew we was or if you knew he was? You certainly didn't know how to pronounce his name And you've got that conversation coming up before we take our break the rick. GimMe the. GimMe the Gimme the the down and dirty here Bloomberg is this. It seems to be playing to what he wanted. He wanted Iowa and New Hampshire Nevada and South Carolina Linux to To Leave the Democrats with no clear front runner with Bernie Sanders You know moving towards the nomination but not the strongest of ways and to be able to come in to basically save the party from the You know for the Democratic Socialist left is it. Is it working In in the spirit of New Hampshire debates which we had another great one of let's dispense with the notion that that Michael does not know what he's doing. Michael Bloomberg knows exactly exactly what he's doing John and I the detail that sticks out from these these first couple of weeks to me beyond the right play that things kind kind of kind of devolved into chaos the Democrats early on which is actually what he wanted that Bernie Sanders is in bold under the Joe. Biden is fading. The fact that Michael Bloomberg called those voters in Dixville Notch New Hampshire only like five of them or something. Right are five. It's it's actually specifically five and they had is and they have one in four four vote in the democratic and John after he made those calls he wins the Republican side. One Zero one zero and he wins the democratic side. I think the two votes to entire votes any hijacked a new cycle from the people that it spent more than a year and millions and millions of dollars of hard earned fundraising cash. He stole it all from under their noses by making a couple of phone calls on landlines to people in the North Country New Hampshire and that dominated the day of coverage and look Michael Bloomberg has all the problems in the world when it comes to stop and Frisk. There's all the reasons that this guy can't win the Democratic nomination but it's not just about fifty billion dollars in his bank account. They're doing savvy things in the digital space and in this case the very analog space to show that he has got muscle and some moves. WHO'VE I I don't know I don't know how he could look stronger right now in terms of probably if that stop and Frisk stuff? Wasn't there vice. It was awful and his apology for it. which wasn't an apology? I mean my Lord this lodge you can't you can't you. Can't erase things but what you can do is build build that up in and Bloomberg sitting there waiting for the voting to happen in a couple of weeks knowing that the first four contests are almost certain. Not Breakaway. Why did he announce his New Hampshire leadership team was that today? It was today right. I I actually what I I what I saw after the primary what I saw it off of it to my email box. I thought it was stuck from last week sometime. I I don't I yeah I don't i. Don't do New Hampshire emails after Hampshire primary. I gotTA move on. But yes he sees New Hampshire leadership. TV's opened up a campaign office because it's a general election here. Wow all four electoral votes and guess what Donald Trump was just there the other day. And there's a lot of Democrats who already thinking how he had to keep the state blue is that one of the narrowest narrowest victory by trump of anywhere in the nation. I'm sorry victor loss by trump anywhere in the nation. They'd love to flip it back in. Michael Bloomberg is spending money to make sure they don't who is already working on the general election. Okay all all right. We'll take a quick break and we'll be back with Rick's discussion with arguably the most intriguing democratic operative of.
"new hampshire" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics
"Walk powerhouse politics on. ABC News Chief White House House correspondent Jonathan. Karl and I've seen his political director recline a rick that I mentioned to you. I've got a book coming out. No I don't I don't really yeah. Yeah trump show. Aw coming out in like a month or so but I mean that's not what we're here to talk about good you and I you and I just got back from New Hampshire. We did. We did a little bit going on there. This this has even though this is the wildest two weeks in politics and it happens every four years and I forget that it happens every four years but what happens is basically the entire national press corps and all the campaigns pains and all the candidates everyone goes to to moines camps there and travels Iowa for a couple of days then the caucus happened. I and then the debate New Hampshire it was an ABC debate. And then the New Hampshire primary between this year. We decided to this stuff. It up a little bit with an impeachment vote and a state of the Union address Just to just a super bowl. Just because that's how the calendar worked all spice it up giving them just throw it throw it all in there but we have survived. We're on the other side and I guess I guess we learned something about the democratic credit. Grace do we know who's GonNa win yet You know we're actually. I don't think we do we do But but it was it was interesting to first of all was good. I was up we. We were up there about a week week. You were you were kinda running that debate By the way I I don't know if you you've mentioned something I don't know if it was off the record so if it was but I was looking you. Were in in the build up to the debate. There was all this attention to wear. Who was going to be standing at which podium all the media media coverage of this you know? The cables went nuts. It's always a big thing like and then I had my sheet out because you you and your team had put out a you know a list of where everybody was going to be. Es Standing at the podium but was Elizabeth Warren standing. Joe Biden's podium all. I'm going to say you could. Google is the shots. If you WANNA YOU WANNA look at. It may not have looked quite like it. I'm not sure exactly what happened. But the somehow somehow people got rearrange a little bit and we. We don't know where why they why why they did but they did it and they did it. It was a great debate which was a great debate right. I mean it was. It was actually a great debate. I think the best sense Since Lincoln Douglas and that that didn't have all the graphics is it That that you guys had put together but but look you know we come through. We have certain lessons that we have all learned from covering democratic again frankly Republican primaries. But let's just concentrate on Democratic primaries The New Hampshire primary became a thing back in nineteen fifty two You know this this kind of first in the nation status and I thought it was very interesting to see And this was in fact Chris Donovan. It pointed out that the lowest always percentage of the vote One by any winner of the New Hampshire Democratic primary was in nineteen seventy six and it was Jimmy Carter artery one Twenty eight percent of the vote. He had no Udal. I think was in second with about twenty two percent but you know and that was that was a pretty crowded field that essentially essentially five front runners twenty eight percent the lowest that we've ever seen a winner of the Democratic primary in New Hampshire. Come on how much Bernie Sanders get going to say he wanted. He beat the record occurred. He's a new record. New percentage of the vote. Yeah he's about twenty six percent and what's fascinating about that is well. There's a couple of things John Pack there. One is yes crowded field but that means about three quarters of New Hampshire voters chose someone other than the person That ended up winning. And by the way I refresh my memory on this but but who who won last ask cycle do we do we. We recall that it was a big night for Bernie Sanders. Beat Hillary Clinton is that right As a matter of fact he said a record that night as well for a non incumbent in an the open primary he got sixty percent of the vote. That also is a record so this is one of those records. We saw this in sports. Sometimes like you know like the Maggio's hits wreak or CY youngs win record like unbreakable records right. No one else will ever have the record for both the highest portion of the vote and the lowest portion of the vote in winning New Hampshire primary. Certainly not in back to back years. That is amazing. So the trend lines don't seem to be great for centers. I have to say so you know we we see we ben we we track DOC Bernie Sanders. It's been an incredible campaign and the guy is the front runner right now. mayor Pete's got a slight Lead on the delegates but probably that's another weird thing we've had two contests and Bernie Sanders in. Both of them has gotten more votes than anybody. Nobody else and yet mayor got A to delegate lead that's actually correct What happened was the mayor? Pete because of the way that Delegates reward than Iowa was able to organize his way to a to delegate lead and because of the way. Delegates are awarded in New Hampshire. They were so close a pizza digestion Bernie Sanders. Did they actually got the same number of delegates there was. There wasn't enough difference to have you can have half a delegate portion of delegates so they've walked away tied there and yet Budaj is on paper. The delegate leader Bernie Bernie Sanders is the voting leader and meanwhile the expectations game. I I would. I would posit that. This round of the I two states was won by someone else entirely early. Amy Klobuchar maybe is a direct result of that debate. I thought you were going to say Mayor Bloomberg but okay so well that's well. We didn't even talk about Mayor Bloomberg but before we leave we leave Bernie so so Bernie. You have to look at US clearly. I I would argue the front runner D despite despite those caveats that did are clear and important shorten and our friends at five. Thirty eight agree on the same page. You know first of all. He's now starting to lead in some of the national polls. He's got more money than anybody else. And you go out and you just you can't. I mean the enthusiasm of those Bernie Sanders. Supporters is really something to behold Frankly I don't want to insult anybody or on either side maybe both sides but it's trump like You know you go. And you see He he he can he can fill up an arena just like Donald trump can and the people are fired up in dedicated catered to him and to him In many cases you know more than more than the party more than more than anything. I mean it's Bernie. Sanders is a devotion that that said And for all the talk about how this was you know that the progressives have taken over this party you know you look at it Bernie Sanders wins wins. highest percentage of the vote up but and Elizabeth Warren is in fourth a pretty distant fourth but a pretty clear majority of Democratic voters voted for a you know. Relatively moderate candidate One of those that were at least playing to to the center right right rick. I'm doing you know we. We add up the vote totals To for for Buddha judge for closure for Joe Biden. I'm you can even if you want throw in Michael Bennett's sir point three percent into their I mean it's it's more than fifty percent. Yeah and I I think you have to remember the context that Bernie Sanders did win big last time intriguingly only a lot. Fewer people said they voted for Bernie Sanders in the exit. Polls than would plausibly could have been the case given given the results of four years ago but but it was a different electorate electorate any event and they did not go with Bernie. Same numbers Bernie wins and he gets credit for the win. There's no question the other candidates would love to have a win but the the the issue for Democrats is not. Whether do they have other options to be what could be an anti Bernie. Sanders candidate the issue. Maybe they have too many options and that is very much like the trump scenario that we remember well where you could win. Primary with twenty nine thirty thirty one percent early on and there wasn't enough coalescing around someone else. That's driving the angst right now in the Democratic Party is that you have a few strong candidates include a few potentially very weak candidates the fate of Joe Biden. You'd put in that category who could all present themselves as the alternative to the man. That right now has the most votes in the two. I states and I think that all these rules that we've gone by in the past. You know the only two tickets out of New Hampshire. I never had somebody who has come in Who has either come in? First or second in New Hampshire. Go on to To win the Democratic nomination. Can you know since the New Hampshire primary has been a thing I don't think that that's I mean I don't know what's the case here I I. I wouldn't rule out. I mean Amy Colobus ours. You mentioned Ah certainly is is has an incredible amount of momentum. She she came in third Number one I think among all the women in the race in my right about that I mean but she she's GonNa she's going to be a force I think going forward You Know I. I would not rule anything I wouldn't rule out You Know Bloomberg Strategy Honesty actually working and seemed so far fetched now. It seems to be playing out almost exactly the way he planted. He's Up in up in a lot of the national polls thousand he may be positioned to do very well on Super Tuesday. And frankly rick. I don't know you may disagree with me on this. I don't you can rule. I don't you can rule out Elizabeth Warren Making You know bouncing back or even Joe Biden. I don't know long shots both of those but this this race is I think almost as wide open as it was before we went into New Hampshire and by the way in second place in South Carolina and a little pulling me half. Tom Steiner concentrated on the name of the mixed. Look I it is. It is wider open than ever for and I think Talking to campaigns in the last twenty four forty eight hours they are preparing for a slog of campaign I I think we often in in covering these races. We look for big breakaway away winners and who can get momentum that part of the campaign may already be over because Iowa New Hampshire did not give anyone the kind of enormous boost that allows you to then steamroll and make it easy. That's how John Kerry one in two thousand four John as you know. That's how that's how George W Bush ended up ended up locking locking things down those first couple of states. Vote and you get it done. I don't see how Nevada and South Carolina now can make this a clean and easy win for anyone..
"new hampshire" Discussed on The Daily
"Will on Bloomberg got into the race in November. What his advisors said was that he wasn't convinced the Joe Biden can make early states and that he wanted to essentially be waiting in March if Biden took a dive before then and you ended up either with Bernie Sanders emerging from February as a front runner or just a jumbled split decision among the other candidates? It's running how do you like that prediction. I think Mike Bloomberg likes that prediction. Quite a bit right now that if the idea for Bloomberg was Biden had to fall for him to rise at least least half of that has happened now and so help me understand what their vision of this race is. He's not on the ballot. These first two state's Joe Biden is as their prediction required stumbling so what needs to happen for the Bloomberg candidacy to take off the Bloomberg theory of the case. Ace is that as moderates at the national level shift away from Joe Biden and as people who don't live in these small rural states tune into his television ads. Mike Bloomberg started as a middle class. Kid would work his way through college and build a business from a single room to global entity creating tens tens of thousands of good paying jobs along the way check out his campaign appearances they will start to see him as the safe option in the race. Collectible guy because there's an America waiting to be rebuilt where everyone without health insurance is guaranteed to get it and everyone who likes there's can go ahead and keep it and there is some sign that's already happening. There's at least some polling to suggest that a good number of moderate voters and a good number of black voters are shifting at least somewhat in Bloomberg's direction. This is Matt Stevens. I'm here at Andrew. Yang's campaign party Aw on primary night here in New Hampshire so finally. We'd be remiss if we didn't mention the two candidates who dropped out tonight Mr Yang is going to announce that he's dropping out of the race for president When he comes and gives his speech here sometime shortly after eight we lost Andrew Yang and we lost Michael Bennett the senator from Colorado thousands of voters campaign tonight tomatoes not the outcome? We've gone so hard to achieve and while there is great worth left to be done with the math guy and is clear tonight from the numbers is that we're not going to win this race. I am not someone who wants to accept donations and support a raise that we will not win. And so tonight I I am suspending campaign. Hi My name is Jean. Bishop live at the New Hampshire me one years old and I've been in political junkie my whole life and I never ever before you came along. I never contributed to a candidate. I never worked for candidate but I saw him in. Masha two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen and the first time I hit my new. He was something special very very different and I had to do what I could to help them be successful so I just can't believe that it's over house. Are you upset. Are you upset. Probably just as I been very celicas because he's very upset to or something they're probably heated. Never want to do it just hurts. You think you'd ever get connected. Candidate feel strongly when he drops out never whatever he was a big part in my way. uh-huh I do think that when you look at the android experience. He is somebody who comes out of this race as a political player in a way. Hey that he was not at all two years ago that he has a following and when you talk to Democratic voters even voters who like most people supported other candidates there is is like interested in him and almost certain affection for him that he was often the most light hearted character in a debate and people like the way he talked about the economy and the question question is if he does want to stay in politics. What does he do with that right? He seemed to have cabinet member Renault over if he wants if he wants it. What do we think happens to the gang gang? Where do they go? We don't really know because he's one of these candidates and it's a sort of genre of candidate the crops up from time to time who seems seems to draw on a constituency that isn't really partisan it is an ideological in the sense that we think of it they're drawn to candidates personality and Worldview who am just sort of the way they talk about. Ross Perot Yeah. I think that's a pretty good comparison and a lot of ways and do they go to another candidate. If it's anybody might be Bernie Sanders because he does have this following of younger disaffected liberal man that overlaps at least somewhat with the people supporting a Yang Gang but a lot of them also may just sit out the rest of the primaries because they may have been drawn uniquely to Andrea. So it's now after one am on Wednesday morning. We had this absolute mess of a situation at Iowa. We have a quite real result in New Hampshire. What what does out sprints thinking beyond all the many thoughts that you have already shared this? We're still in a really really muddled race. I think last week we talked about how all five candidates in Iowa cracked double digits. Nobody got more than about a quarter of the vote. Well this time. Three candidates cracked double digits and their vote shares. Were a little bit higher higher. But you still don't have anybody here running away. With the New Hampshire primary the way we saw both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. Do in two thousand sixteen so there are still a bunch of people in this race. Who have a great chance to make their case? A couple of people who have a less great chance to make their case and and then sort of Michael Bloomberg sitting out on the horizon and I think the next three weeks are going to be some of the most unpredictable and fluid that certainly. I've seen in presidential politics arch.
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"At the Buddha judge rally at least this is not proving to be a fruitful line of questioning. It's clear Buddha judges performance. It's an Iowa is having an influence on some moderate New Hampshire Democrats. He's gone momentum but the SORTA calculation were wondering about people. Don't even seem to process the question and we're asking them. It's so far. Say the way they actually seem to be thinking So we pack up and head to an Elizabeth with Warren Rally. Warren seems to be in this funny no-man's-land here in New Hampshire on the one hand she's competing heating with liberal voters for Sanders. But they don't see her as authentic of a liberal choice but on the other hand more moderate voters see her big liberal policies as far too damaging to go up in general election against Donald Trump. I'm a New Hampshire voter. I have no idea who I'm voting. Fox you're both totally totally. That's why we're here soon. So you find a lot of undecided people at warns events trying to figure out what exactly exactly they think dirt and fit. You couldn't tell the friend of this assists Susan and we meet these sisters Marian. Nancy with their friends sue. They're all retired. And they're all really conflicted about what they think about the race early and I and I'm very concerned because there are so many Democratic candidates that the vote is going to be split a- and trump is going to get in again. I mean you can have all of those all of the candidates to me have good things things and bad things about what they want. But when you got five people in a actually there's more but It right right I think the vote is going to be just so split that trump's going to get in and again so I was thinking okay here you go. This is the fractured vote. Thing did you have any preference among those. Oh I knew you going to say that I I knew you were and frankly I don't i. I like Buddha check but sometimes I think he's so young he's very bright and but he's so young. I'm not sure if experiences experiences what I mean look trump had no experience at all but and Who Else Old Bernie I? I'm I don't know I don't. He's a good attitude but but I'm just not certain about his policies like the party needs to unify around one. Yes absolutely league. Who Do you do? Well yes so. I l.. Wait till New Hampshire and see what they say. And I'll go from there. You wrote in New Hampshire. Oh Yes oh absolutely and you. Are you decided you understood ended. I have preferences I like Elizabeth Energy but then again in fact that Bernie Guard such jumped said what may be he has more support. Maybe could beat trump so I said well maybe he's better with rather rather than Elizabeth 'cause he did do so well in Iowa But then we realized not quite. They're considering sanders as one in their choices. And then I wouldn't I still don't think he's the one so even though he did well. I'm glad he did. Well suggests circles back more directly ackley to our favorite one. Push for you. Paul question is Do you think that Bernie did really well in Iowa as a result of maybe more moderate candidates kind of splitting up the votes among the all the other candidates. Oh that the arrested. The vote was divided in so Bernie came out on top more moderate. Yes yes yeah now. I never thought about that before. It never occurred to me I understood. I was thinking who's going to be the moderate versus the progressive. And who's you can take the lead net that do but But again again. Now if I vote for moderate I could possibly vote New Hampshire. Democrats like I with Democrats are just looking for a winning candidate. New Hampshire just has a little bit more evidence to go on because they go second. I've excluded by black too old to our touch He kind of WHO's very good and CNN. Last night in town hall I thought he did very well but I don't think he's he's just too old and look at the age of these walls and where like where all for them to be quiet.
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"What do you think New Hampshire liked about him so much. I think the fact that he speaks his mind very plainly. We Are Pretty Plain. Spoken here New Hampshire. I think the things he was advocating were even back then. Things people were feeling the need for people very much wanted change. My wife is a state. Rep went door to door and a lot of Republicans told her they want to change. They would've liked the good change Bernie Sanders could've brought but if they couldn't get that going to change anyway what they ended up doing of course as they ended up voting for trump. And I think those people are still out there and they still want change and they want good change. They're not happy with what they got. We're in We noticed there are dry up here that we're in a really beautiful picturesque Bresca neighborhood and we're very beautiful house and you're a software engineer and I wonder why someone like like you would want a burnt down candidate because even though I have a nice job right now I was laid off from my last job when my job I went to Costa Rica. They had me train up my replacements from Costa Rica and then said thanks. We don't need you anymore. I would like to see a sustainable economy in this country. I'm getting to retirement age. I'd like to see the opportunity to retire. Perhaps with healthcare which I won't have otherwise my life would be better I think if President Sanders were running the joint. You think he's GonNa win here. I think he's GonNa win here in New Hampshire. Oh yes I think he will win a plurality at I think you'll be comfortable plurality.
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"He just emanates confidence and just leadership and power but my Maria the last thing. This is the the thing that I felt at the near the end of the conversation. That just like really when I was recording it and people around the table like everyone paused and it was. What's Sebastian point this who sanders delegate as well he shared and he's approving immigrant who is undocumented until two thousand and sixteen? I'm going to be the only one at this table. Be Brave enough to. I want to express my gratitude to president trump for one reason and one reason only stable you know. We have a younger generation unreachable. Now getting involved in New Hampshire also Latinos. You don't see that often. He has messed up his Gorman so much that he brought up a whole different generation getting in both Alexandra young you know young activists myself manny people running for office. I respect on the next election for the New Hampshire area is going to the More people like US running. So that's something that I believe. You missed up blue. You got into you know multiple you know by now. We say that a lot and I do think that there is something that happens. When you're I mean? Our lives are impacted by politics. And when that happens things like for me in this this country it started with Nixon and the impeachment and the Vietnam War Watergate. You know all of that just touched me and even shaped you yeah. I wasn't a citizen but yeah I became distinctly involved politically and that never change. So these are the historical moments that will change people's lives and that that conversation in New Hampshire has fueled me again in like you hopeful it made me hopeful and I just want to say it you you have all these people are like we understand this New Hampshire but this is our state and we're going to try to help it and we're GonNa try to impact it and I'm like good for you one last thing. I want to say about this I I need to personally. Thank New Hampshire State Representative Mantius. beat the forgetting all these voices together I literally. Dm a week ago and said. Hey I'm coming up and really I WANNA talk to leaders thank you manny manny incredible story. He's from southern California. He identifies US Shikano. He came to New Hampshire to work for the Hillary Clinton campaign in two thousand in fifteen and southern California. Boy He stays in the state. Like the coldest flippant state in America after the two thousand sixteen primarily takes exchanges. You're like we said he said I'm GonNa bring some people he's like. I thought it was going to be like three Maria. Nine people showed up to record nine people. You know what I mean. It's hard and record them while you're eating duck goes which you say. We're legit are they. Were awesome well thank you for that. Update it before we end though what the Oscars okay I just had to. What some seventies do we used to watch the Oscars because of the political shit that was gonNA come down on the Oscar size late sets off you guys parasite one parasite won a non English film? I I like to thank everybody. Who's been supporting parasite and who's been working with parasite and who's been loving parasite? I it really really really want to thank our Korean film. Audience are movie goers who's been really supporting all our movies and never hesitated to give us straights for opinion on what they feel like. They're movies and made really never able to be complacent and kept pushing the directors. The creators keep pushing the envelopes envelopes. And without you our Korean feel margins we are not here. Thank you very much I know but I was asleep by them and I'm really the happy that that happened but I'm just like out. Do there's one more thing you guys. Yeah happy anniversary to us. Happy anniversary to us because we are four years old yeah. We launched in the thick because of our frustration of not being part of the political conversation. Can we remain frustrated but we are part of the political conversation now and you dear listener. You made that happen so this is not just a podcast. It's so much more. It's about life and tackles in New Hampshire. You give us life. Thank you for listening for four four years. And I'm Lorella and remember go to apple podcasts. To rate and review it takes you. A second helps helps us a lot. You can listen to us And Pandora spotify wherever you choose to get your podcasts to follow us on twitter and Instagram at in the thick show like us on facebook Pinto. Everyone you know in the is produced by Nicole Rothwell and Moore Saudi our audio engineers. Are Stephanie Lebow Julia. Lucile and via Sean. Our digital editor is enough. Half are in turn is gone that all the music you heard courtesy of Nacional NC K. records. We'll see you in our next episode dear listener. Happy New Hampshire Primary Bye..
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"Too far away in Concord. Go building here. And that's where we caught up with New Hampshire. Public Radio's Sarah Gibson. So we're in the middle school again. We sure are okay. Yeah this looks like a middle school. Elementary School estime. Yes now we're in the middle school but we're going to school which is where a lot of campaign events tend to be and I want to just kind of begin by asking you if you feel like you have seen any change in what a Warren campaign event feels like. Now you know. We're the weekend before the primaries compared to what ward events might have felt like earlier on in this cycle. Have you noticed a change at all. Yeah well I think the messaging has changed quite notably actually in the summertime. There was a ton of energy as you may recall seeing Warren's worn enthusiasm surge here and the town halls calls were really excited. But she's introducing herself and then talking about policy issues now post Iowa. She is pitching herself as the unity. Unity candidate I heard that a lot and I've noticed that even on the debate stage for sure so central to the unity message is really pounding. Home the anti-corruption corruption plan that is central to all our policies and one that she says disaffected Republicans and independents. And all. Those undecided voters in New Hampshire can get behind so we're hearing a lot about both the anti-corruption platform and just generally herbal to pull from different parts of the Democratic Party that we're seeing so divided in on the debate stage and also just in talking to voters. And I really interested to and I don't know that we'll have a clear sense of this until we actually see the results. On on Tuesday of how much space there is four candidates to find a lane between say the Bernie Sanders wing of the Democratic Party and the Pete Buddha Ludi judge Joe Biden wing of the party. I mean that was the lane that someone like. comal Harris was trying to find. There wasn't a lot of space for a candidate in that lane. Yeah and you know. It's funny that you mentioned Harris because a a couple of times. Now she's actually said I'm pulling support from the former Harris supporters. I throw folks on board. I have a Rourke folks on board I have have Booker folks on board. I think people would say well. Those people were not polling. Well I'm here in New Hampshire before they dropped out but she certainly is is mentioning mentioning those Those other candidates as a way to say I'm pulling ideas and enthusiasm from the.
"new hampshire" Discussed on Your Presidential Playlist
"Hand at the we see Michael Bennett, who does not have the resources Tom Tire but Senator Bennett our just announced that he's going to be doing town hall meetings in new, Hampshire before the primary, which is the more traditional way of campaigning in New Hampshire. So we're seeing that variety. Do you think the tactics have been particularly successful for any of them you? It's interesting. You ask that question this has been such a crazy cycle given the number of candidates who are running, and so you know in the past I don't think you would have seen someone like a Tom. Steinmeyer. Hit the numbers he has reached in the Paul so far in order to actually qualify for for many of the Democratic Party debates when you have some elected officials who have not been able to participate, which I think is unfortunate. I think that you know I don't have a problem with Tom Star you know doing what he's doing, but I do wish that our other candidates who do not have the same resources have had the same opportunity to participate that he has had and by participating do you mean in the Democratic debate the national debates are, do you mean campaigning? In New Hampshire pretty much participating in the debates because then I understand the DNC had to do something because of the sheer number of dates whether it be have qualifiers break the debates up into two nights when they they had to do something but in doing so you know some good people get left out left out and also put the candidates in a position where they had to go out and spend money on finding a grassroots donors and people who are willing to send in five or ten or fifteen bucks so that they would reach the minimum qualifier from a fundraising standpoint. Because of the sheer number of candidates and you're not a and again, there's only so much money that you know is going to be donated in Presidential Cycle. You have candidates who certainly ran into financial problems I think part of it because they had to spend so much of their money trying to raise money from grassroots donors, and so they have put them in a bad. Spot in being able to have the resources to campaign and all four of the early states, and then you end up with somebody like Kamala, Harris, who for various reasons you know her campaign started to run into some problems but you know the biggest problem was financial in so that you didn't have the money to continue to to to wage a viable campaign which is. A shame and I think a lot of people disappointed by that when those up close and personal contacts happen when they get the access to the candidates, what are they asking like? How do those interactions go? Oh, people have a lot of different questions to ask It's it's always interesting to see what people ask. You'll have people ask questions. that. You might expect you to ask about climate change ask about Medicare for all our healthcare. But then you'll always have somebody who will come up with a question that surprises you. An isn't I remember from four years ago where somebody up to talk about climate change and the person said, listen you know this is a problem in New Hampshire and we're seeing it with our our moose population because of the increase of ticks that are infecting Moose, and therefore we are Moose population is decreasing. and. That's. Going to hear about new. Hampshire. Right..
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"In the selection in new hampshire and maybe even national is that predictable my right arrived you're right does and you want proof the todo lo pulls it just came out gary johnson the liver terry nominee for the republican governor mexico he's at nine percent a one of the polls he's an eleven percent that in the other and i don't know these nice in new hampshire new hampshire not yeah i'm in dallas on ice that ten percent he's a ten percent that is a lot of votes that is a lot of votes the democrats are very concerned about that okay i want those going hillary quinn so no surprise the last friday when bernie sanders was here at two stops keenan national what was one of the big seems as he was talking to the younger voters both the college campus is don't waste your vote a hundred thirty party candidate even though he's the third party candidate right he's going to be better this whole life okay you just it's my question so my you've yeah math not bad which i did not take any math course in college i'm proud of that no i'm just me my wire definitely am a for all the math i'm additions up there great got we nature but my altschuler and calculus not not not there here's the point my you via math would tell me paul you pm by the way universe or for much of that here i have the cat him out on my screen by the way if you want to her come around look at air is what i want to say on monday you guy by the way i maybe they're not can amounts in have is someone it's a get to fifty percent more to win this race fifty one fifty two they have to they have to get over the fifty if ten percent or more go to johnson in new hampshire that's coming out a one of these two candidates sousa coming out hillary clinton more than the and then trump and you'll start much lower down one two percent but still that's one or two percent that really sure to go to the democratic ticket i wonder go back in we jump into the governors race yeah and to racist not many people talk about the congressional races and maybe the state house est cena when we come.
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"new hampshire" Discussed on WGIR AM 610 New Hampshire News Radio
"Said and there filling as an american feeling is in new hampshire resident noah for die state i'm feeling like wow what i it if i had a wish list if i had a list of things that i could really effect beyond the advocacy for example an veterans care and the show one of my top alicia wishes would be at a time when we have fewer people serving in the military ass in them to do more and more and more and more deployments that would we make it a true national in new hampshire priority to take proper and better care of our warriors that would be one of my top wishes i think it's one of the most just graceful shane full stories and i'm telling you it's right here new hampshire unfortunately despite all the good intentions of the minimum at the via and manchester and we got twenty six hospitals on board for a hostile spirits they're still sending veterans out est for procedures and surgeries they can it should be done minutes on their home and they're confusing the living crap out of the choice program a because they don't want to lose control of how that can to care for i'm just going to tell you the way it is and the veterans get last in the middle and it but it should be a top priority in in these debates if we're gonna be a save country every time or attacked let's turn of those men women in uniform again but every other day of the week forget about him and tie large for spent feelings bring in the country together stopping these divides lowering the national that so we could have fiscal sanity in this not this a parker see that can you imagine of you know you ran your house all the way they run the budget and the congress and and washington this is disgrace full stuff why can't we lower the corporate american tax right so we create millions a jobs in this country why it we have so many classes of americans pitted against the other why are on to pay norris feeling almost like looking over their shoulder to start a new business or company the drug crisis we have the politicians are doing and fournier twenty fingers about how it happened why it happened and why it's not getting better and yet more people are going to die.
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