WPKN's News and Public Affairs team interviews ten journalists, policy experts and commentators about some of the critical issues confronting our nation and the world. Guests include: Sam Rosenthal (Roots Action), economist Richard Wolff, Dr. Eve Shapiro (Physicians for a National Health Plan), Kayla Mohammad (Friends of the Earth), Dr. Liz Theoharis (Poor Peoples Campaign), Melvin Goodman (foreign policy expert), et al. Panel: Scott Harris, Richard Hill, Bob Johnson, Aacia Hussain and Emma Primes.
This week Scott and Jesse take a look at the local results of the Nov. 8 election, especially the outcomes in state House districts 18 and 90, along with the unexpected surge in Election Day turnout. WBIR's John North joins in for some post-election analysis. Also on the podcast: the Knox County school board wrestles with a state law that could lead to a majority of third-grade students being held back a year, and County Commissioner Larsen Jay makes his decision about whether to run for Knoxville mayor next year. Finally, the guys take a look ahead to the coming week, including meetings of County Commission and City Council. Don't forget to go to CompassKnox.com and subscribe today
Election Coverage MUST-WATCH! Alex Jones & Special Guests to Lay Out OVERWHELMING Evidence of Deep State Fraud! https://www.infowars.com/posts/live-broadcast-civil-war-brewing-inside-gop-find-out-whats-going-on-here/
On today's Kicker, what the media got right and wrong in the 2022 midterm election. Ross Barkan, a politics reporter for New York magazine, The Nation and more talks with CJR's editor and publisher Kyle Pope about the media's penchant for speculation in divisive elections. Also in the discussion: how the media grapples with writing about a democracy in peril. On today's Kicker, what the media got right and wrong in the 2022 midterm election. Ross Barkan, a politics reporter for New York magazine, The Nation and more talks with CJR's editor and publisher Kyle Pope about why the media's penchant for speculation in divisive elections. Also in the discussion: how the media grapples with writing about a democracy in peril. “Is this the election that will determine the future of democracy?” Barkan questions. “Maybe, maybe not. But I have my own reservations about that kind of grandiose rhetoric.”
Tomi Lahren crowns her Losers of the Week, continues her Midterm Election coverage and is joined by Senior Digital Strategist, Greg Price and Arizona GOP Chairwoman, Dr. Kelli Ward then Tomi breaks down her thoughts on abortion messaging in Final Thoughts.
Here are the top stories in Friday's paper: Turnout, results and trends from Tuesday's midterm elections in Douglas County. Sacred Journey Academy to offer K-8 classes in Alexandria Alexandria's Kalon Prep Academy provides multiple mental health services for its students Alexandria Area High School senior Hannah Boraas sings with Montana State University's women's golf program. To read more from these stories and others look for them in our print edition or check them out at echopress.com. The Echo Press is proud to be a part of the Trust Project. Learn more at thetrustproject.org. Stay connected to your community with local news! Get your first month of access to ECHOPRESS.COM for only ninety-nine cents for the first three months! Visit ECHOPRESS.COM/subscribe for this great offer! You can also stop by our office at 225 7th Ave E or give us a call at 320-763-3133.
Ryan is joined by Griff Jenkins, Washington-based correspondent for FOX News Channel, to see where in the world he is today (surprise, it's Floriday) as he checks in from the frontlines of Hurricane Nicole.
Why were ratings down this year for election night coverage compared to the previous midterms in 2018? Chad offers some opinions and we hear from others on the issue before a conversation about the Wild with the team's GM Bill Guerin.
02:00 What's going on in Germany? 14:00 Stephen Kotkin on Xi's China, Putin's Russia 18:00 Merve Emre's book on Myers-Briggs, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merve_Emre 24:00 From Terman to Today: A Century of Findings on Intellectual Precocity, https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=146062 1:02:00 No More ADL, https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/no-more-adl-liel-liebovitz-kyrie-irving 1:12:00 Putin Is Starting to Do What Won Him a War 7 Years Ago, https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/01/opinion/ukraine-war-russia-putin.html 1:15:00 The Tower of Babel and the hubris of empire, https://radixjournal.substack.com/p/the-tower-of-babel-0d7 1:53:00 Elliott Blatt joins https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/no-more-adl-liel-liebovitz-kyrie-irving https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/01/opinion/ukraine-war-russia-putin.html https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/02/opinion/left-right-reversal.html https://www.unz.com/isteve/nyt-dont-bother-voting-on-crime-because-whaddaya-whaddaya/ https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/03/us/midterm-elections-republicans-crime.html https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/03/world/americas/pelosi-attack-interpreter.html https://www.adl.org/resources/blog/hebrews-negroes-what-you-need-know https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hebrews_to_Negroes:_Wake_Up_Black_America https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/01/us/politics/pelosi-attack-republicans-trump.html Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSFVD7Xfhn7sJY8LAIQmH8Q/join https://odysee.com/@LukeFordLive, https://lbry.tv/@LukeFord, https://rumble.com/lukeford https://dlive.tv/lukefordlivestreams Listener Call In #: 1-310-997-4596 Superchat: https://entropystream.live/app/lukefordlive Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/lukeford/ Soundcloud MP3s: https://soundcloud.com/luke-ford-666431593 Code of Conduct: https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=125692 https://www.patreon.com/lukeford http://lukeford.net Email me: email@example.com or DM me on Twitter.com/lukeford Support the show | https://www.streamlabs.com/lukeford, https://patreon.com/lukeford, https://PayPal.Me/lukeisback Facebook: http://facebook.com/lukecford Feel free to clip my videos. It's nice when you link back to the original.
The Talkmaster joins the Morning XTRA and chats post-election banter. Take a listen! Atlanta's ONLY All Conservative News & Talk Station.: https://www.xtra1063.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Stephen goes LIVE to deliver up-to-the-minute election results and up-to-the-minute election denials, with help from The Late Show's senior elections analyst Steve Clucknacki. CBS News Chief Political Analyst and anchor of “CBS News Prime Time with John Dickerson” joins Stephen LIVE to break down the early results of the 2022 midterm elections. Look for John each Monday through Thursday on the CBS News app as he anchors “CBS News Prime Time with John Dickerson.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's 2020 2.0! We're already seeing broken voting machines, Sharpie problems, bomb threats, electrocutions, faulty printers, voter intimidation, and so much more!… all while being told that it's “normal” to take days to tally the votes. The big question is: will the red tsunami be enough to overwhelm the rigged system? Joining us tonight is political expert Chris Prosch to discuss all this and more. Get your free trial of Rise.TV! https://bit.ly/3NRI5cd To learn more about investing in gold and silver visit - http://goldwithseth.com, or call 720-605-3900
Several statewide offices on the line, and control of Congress up for grabs on this election night in Texas. As polls begin to close across much of Texas and with another hour or so to go in the mountain time zone, we’ll be checking in with reporters statewide on how this election day has unfolded. […]
Sam and I go live on YouTube for an election night special. We wait oh so patiently for results...and we finaly get some. Scott and Jesse from CompassKnox.com check in with on thier take on election night as well as a call from Knox Dems Chair Matt Shears. We attempt, and fail, to find the "how do we get more people" to vote problem and much more... Facebook Website Twitter
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On this episode of THE SETH WILLIAMS SHOW W/MIKE CHESELKA, the guys talk about the next day's election. They take calls from various election officials in the Cleveland area. Also joining the show was Charlie Calanni, who will be acting as an election observer. Other guests included: Glenn Forbes from WKSU Mario from Mario's Barber Shop Seth and Mike also disagree on the state the country and politics once again. Get all our episodes at www.thesethwilliamsshow.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cmspn/message
Hour 1: Marc Cox and Annie Frey join Mark Reardon to discuss tonight's election coverage! Then, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt joins Mark to share his thoughts on today's elections, inflation, and more. Later, Jane Dueker, a local attorney, gives a quick update while monitoring the elections at the St. Louis County Election headquarters.
On today's Daily Signal Top News, we break down: Michigan's gubernatorial election. The fight for life in Michigan. How to follow the key races on election night. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
November 4, 2022--Alicia Bales Hosts a Mendocino Coast Health Care District Candidates Forum. There are three seats up for election, with four candidates running: Incumbent John Redding and Challengers Susan Savage, Lee Finney, and Jade Tippett. The Coast Health Care District spans from Westport to Elk. Only residents who live in this district are eligible to vote in this race. The MCHCD formed in the early 1970s to build the Mendocino Coast Hospital in Fort Bragg. It recently entered into an agreement to lease the Hospital to Adventist Health after voters approved the affiliation in a local ballot measure, Measure C, with 91% of the vote in March 2020. Note: Dr. DAWNMARIE RISLEY-CHILDS also appears on the ballot but she has withdrawn from the race. Election Day is TUESDAY November 8, 2022. Please fill out your ballots and return them via mail, county ballot dropbox or in person to the elections office by 8pm on Tuesday. To listen back to this or any of KZYX's Election Coverage visit KZYX.org and look for the elections page, or subscribe to the KZYX Public Affairs Podcast.
On this program, Darrell Brooks has been found guilty on all 76 counts, which includes six counts of 1st degree intentional homicide. As we get closer to the midterms, we talk about the driving factors on Republicans are favored to win. We also look into the Democrats scheme to get Evan McMullin to win in Utah. -Thank you for listening!-
We are celebrating 100+ years of public service by the WOSU team: journalists, directors, producers, editors, technical wizards, and the dozens of staff who provide solid information to Central Ohio! We welcome Mike Thompson, Chief Content Director of News & Public Affairs for WOSU!Our goal for this episode is to delve into the reporting of elections. We support and encourage the need for an educated electorate – and we want to ensure that you, our listener, can find the information and resources you need.There have been so many changes in the news media over the past decade. Voters are in a 24/7 whirlwind barrage of news. How do you see your role in the creation and delivery of news, particularly political and election news?We know democracy is dependent upon fair and successful voting by the electorate. What do you think has changed in people's attitude toward voting – why do so few vote?Finance Reform is in the news again. Current financing strategies based upon “dark money” – literally spending millions of dollars for individual candidates or issues – have greatly affected election results. Congress cannot come to any conclusions and donors just keep sending money. Is finance reform a real issue?Many legislators have charged local election boards with new policies. Ohio had been on the cutting edge of creating elections that were inclusive but kept our votes safe. What has changed – did we go too far accommodating all voters? Or, are we now cutting voters out of the process?There are so many challenges for media owners/directors to maintain balanced reporting of news, while still making a profit. Are we able to maintain election stability and transparency when “news” is inherently one-sided?Do you see media affecting different generations differently? And how have the various social media platforms – Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc. – changed WOSU?Do you have advice for young journalists?Be sure to check out Mike's latest podcast with co-host Steve Brown, Snollygoster.We would love to hear from you.Give us your feedback, or suggest a topic, by leaving us a voice message.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Find us on Facebook.Please review our podcast on Google!And of course, everything can be found on our website, Looking Forward Our Way.Recorded in Studio C at 511 Studios. A production of Circle270Media Podcast Consultants.Copyright 2022 Carol Ventresca and Brett Johnson
This week Jesse and Scott talk about early voting in the Nov. 8 election, an assessment of the culture inside the Knoxville Police Department, and why Republican legislative candidates aren't showing up for public forums. The guest in the interview segment is Knoxville Mayor Indya Kincannon, who also weighs in on the KPD report, some Planning staff changes, development in South Knoxville, and whether she's planning to seek a second term next year. The guys also talk about the civic afterlife of failed candidates and what's on next week's civic calendar. Early Voting has begun and ALL ELECTION COVERAGE is outside the paywall at COMPASSKNOX.COM
October 13, 2022--There are five candidates running to fill three seats on the Ukiah City Council: Incumbents Juan Orozco, Mari Rodin and Jim Brown are all running to keep the seats they now occupy. And challengers Susan Sher and Thao Phi are newcomers running to replace them.On September 26, The Mendocino Women's Political Coalition, American Association of University Women and the Mendocino Voice Newspaper co-sponsored a Ukiah City Council Candidates Forum. As part of KZYX's local election coverage, we broadcast an hour long excerpt of the forum. The moderator of the forum is Wendy De Witt. The Candidates Forum lasted almost 90 minutes, and began with opening statements, questions from the sponsors, and then opened up for questions from the audience. Here are about 55 minutes covering a range of topics. You can find video of the entire forum, including discussions of the local ballot measures, at the Mendocino Voice Youtube page. You can also find this and our other local election coverage at our website, kzyx.org.
We continue our 2022 Election Coverage shows. In the studio are (D) Pat Boy and (R) Dion Bergeron, candidates for Indiana State Representative D-09. The candidates discussed their campaigns, abortion in Indiana, education issues, marijuana legalization, and more.