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Berliner voters want more left-green politics and a radical state take-over of property - but the new mayor may ignore those demands. At Sunday's city-state elections, a majority (54.3%) voted for the R2G parties, showing the citizens want the current coalition to continue. Another majority (56.7%) voted 'yes' in the Deutsche Wohnung & Co. Enteignen referendum, instructing the city to forcibly buy houses from big corporate property investors. However it will be up to the SPD to decide if those things happen. The SPD won the most votes (21.4%) and can pick who to team up with - and they don't like Die Linke, and have clashed with the Greens. The referendum result is non-binding, and the SPD's lead candidate (and likely mayor) Franziska Giffey is opposed to it (although many members support it). Will Giffey's SPD really ignore the wishes of a majority of Berliners? Join us for this quick take on Berlin's 2021 election results. With Izzy Choksey, Joel Dullroy, Jöran Mandik and Daniel Stern.
Berlin correspondent Derek Scally joins Hugh for a deep dive into the most interesting German federal election in decades, which takes place on Sunday. How did Angela Merkel's centre-right CDU, now under the leadership of Armin Laschet, blow its lead in the election race? And who are the other leaders and parties in contention?
We welcome Marino (@marinogreco) and Eric (@ES_Wickham) from the amazing Big Shiny Takes podcast (@bigshinytakes). Apologies for the raw audio as we decided to record outside in the beautiful Toronto Weather. We do our best promoting the Harbinger Media Network in the context of a DCJ episode as well as Sophia's tweet making it onto Hasan Piker's Twitch stream before getting into some big election related discussion. We discuss the Justin Trudeau daddy complex, sexualizing our candidates, Maxime Bernier's shirts, Uber and the Conservative Party's romance and cheap Christmas. Highlights include Mario Grecko, Marino's evil twin / Vaughan PPC candidate, and the semen retention soldier PPC candidate from New Brunswick. We also get into the unlawful arrests at the ESN press conference and the anti-mask protests where seemingly no one is getting arrested. https://www.patreon.com/dcjpod
Alex Elliott is joined for an Alþingi election special ahead of polling this Saturday by Jóhanna Vigdís Hjaltadóttir, who is central to RÚV TV's election coverage, and by Heimir Már Pétursson, who performs an equally vital role in the election coverage at Stöð 2. Today's closing song is Take A Chance On Me, by ABBA.
Podcast host Mikhaila Peterson, comedian Ben Bankas and UFC fighter T.J. Laramie join Andrew Says for a Canadian Election Preview Special. This episode is brought to you by Elevate Farms. Elevate Farms is a technology & IP-based indoor farm that produces traditional, farm-grown equivalent products at wholesale market price with a global footprint. Go to Elevate.Farm for more information.
Canadians are going to the polls! Justin Trudeau is seeking re-election two years early to secure a majority government, but how will Kino cover this? Fear not. As a podcast focused on the visual arts, I examine the issues of the 44th federal election through a close reading of a conversation between Dr. Jordan Peterson and well-spoken crank Rex Murphy on the Jordan B. Peterson Podcast. I learn a lot about cancel culture, climate change, and the insidious woke agenda thanks to these intellectual titans. Telethon (Sat. Sept 18th) twitch.tv/robrousseau Volunteer or donate to Blake Desjarlais in Edmonton Griesbach This is a preview of Primo Lefter, our weekly premium show. You can visit our Patreon to get access to this episode, our archive, and a new episode every week.
In this week's episode, host Steve Anglesey ponders if we've reached a point where everything, from HGV driving qualifications to the Ryder Cup, has become a metaphor for Brexit. Journalist, author and European Editor of The New European John Kampfner joins the podcast live from Germany, fresh off his first appearance on German daytime TV, to discuss the cabinet reshuffle, what's next for Germany, and the country's relationship with the EU after the German election. Plus, Gavin Williamson, Boris Johnson and Roger Helmer all feature in the Hall of Shame. Enjoyed this episode and the podcast's new shorter, snappier format? Let us know by tweeting @TheNewEuropean
California's recall process has been called undemocratic, confusing and inordinately expensive. We look at proposals both to change it, such as increasing the number of signatures required to put a recall on the ballot, and to eliminate it altogether. And we continue to bring you live analysis of Tuesday's vote and hear your reactions.
The petition to recall Governor Gavin Newsom began in February of last year. Now, more than a year and a half later, California voters decided against the effort. On the day after the final ballots were cast, we analyze the election results and discuss what they tell us about the future of Gavin Newsom, the state's Republican party, California's pandemic response and more.
Author, Comedian and host of "The Rubin Report" Dave Rubin joins Brian for a special ELL on California's recall and Larry Elder's candidacy for Governor. Lions of Liberty is on Locals! https://lionsofliberty.locals.com/ Join Jason Stapleton's Nomad Network with THIS LINK to join free and start networking with other liberty minded folks! http://www.nomadnetwork.app/lions
Canada's 44th general election is underway. On September 20th, electors will return the members of Parliament who will decide who governs the country. When casting a ballot, however, voters typically think of political parties and their leaders. So, we ask: What are the policy priorities of Canada's political parties? On this episode of Open to Debate, David Moscrop talks with candidates from three of the country's major political parties: Angella MacEwen of the New Democratic Party, Annamie Paul, leader of the Green Party, and Nathaniel Erskine-Smith of the Liberal Party. The Conservative Party was invited to participate but declined. The interviews for this episode were recorded at different times and on different dates, beginning with the NDP, followed by the Green Party, and, finally, the Liberal Party. Changes during the writ period after recording will not be reflected in the interviews.
In this episode, we have a conversation on all things Canadian Politics. With the struggles of the Liberal party and the backlash facing Justin Trudeau, Erin O'Toole and the conservatives have seen their popularity rise in the polls. This campaign has also seen an unprecedented rise in tension with anti-vax protesters showing up at Liberal events, and as of recently throwing gravel at the prime minister. We discuss all this and the potential outcomes of the 2021 election.
On a special improv4humans, Matt Besser chats with candidates in the California recall election Tony Baron, Minx Jackson, and Deepak Chopra. They'll lay out their positions on the controversial dinner at The French Laundry, California's raging wildfires, who ought to take over as Jeopardy host, and more. Featuring Sean Conroy, Chad Carter, and Dhruv Uday Singh.
In part two of Countdown California, our coverage of the 2021 recall election: This weekend we've been talking about the recall election for the Governor, and the potential effects it could have here in California. In yesterday's episode we explained how the election process itself will go down. We also discussed the political climate that led up to this moment. Now, we'll talk about the future – after the votes have been counted, and after California voters have rendered their verdict. Regardless of how things turn out it's safe to say things will be a bit different on the other side. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav
In this weekend edition: It's Countdown California – your guide to the 2021 Recall Election. Eighteen years after California voted to remove Governor Gray Davis from office and replace him with an action star - ballots have now arrived in our mailboxes, giving us an option to oust Gavin Newsom. And, if you look at the polls, there's a very real chance that could happen. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav
California has recall fever. More than 70 elected officials across the state have faced recall efforts since the beginning of this year, most notably Governor Gavin Newsom. Petitions are circulating right now to oust three members of the LA City Council: Mike Bonin, Nithya Raman and Kevin de León. And some Californians have been pushing to remove George Gascon as LA County's district attorney since he took office this year.
Montreal Conservatives including host Jeff Joseph, Matthew Conway (Capital Hill Group), Christine Maydossian (Ryan Affaires Publiques), Dr. Roy Eappen (Endocrinologist and Internal Medicine Specialist) and Robert Presser (business owner) take a look at Justin Trudeau's federal election call and all the side angles from the horrible tragedy unfolding in Afghanistan to mandatory vaccines and vaccine passports to ..... you can pretty much name it. It's an information-packed hour. Tune in.
Welcome back to this special episode of Kappa Kappa Psi Presents! Join TJ Coleman, member of the National Nominations Committee, as he interviews Ed Savoy about his campaign for the role of National Vice President of Programs (VPP) for 2021 - 2023.
Welcome back to this special episode of Kappa Kappa Psi Presents! Join Jack Gornick, member of the National Nominations Committee, as he interviews Dr. Kevin "KJ" James about his campaign for a position on the Board of Trustees (BoT) for 2021 - 2025.
Fionnán Sheahan, Ireland Editor for the Irish Independent, talks to Eamon about tomorrow's by election and the response of the Minister for Finance to OECD moves to tackle cross-border tax avoidance. The Stand is proudly sponsored by Tesco.
Welcome back to this special episode of Kappa Kappa Psi Presents! Join Will Johnston, member of the National Nominations Committee, as he interviews Bang Co about him being slated for the role of National Vice President of Colonization & Membership (VPCM) for 2021 - 2023.
Kim Leadbeater won the seat of Batley and Spen by a tiny margin but it was thanks to her deep roots within the community, according to Dominic Brown editor of the local newspaper the Batley and Birstall News. Tim Bale, professor of politics at Queen Mary, University of London joins Bloomberg's Caroline Hepker and Roger Hearing to discuss the wider implications of this closely watched race. Elliot Chappell, reporter at LabourList, says the win for Labour will see off any challengers to Keir Starmer for the moment. Henry Hill, editor at ConservativeHome, adds it is a wake up call to Tories now on how they campaign locally after two by-election losses. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome back to this special episode of Kappa Kappa Psi Presents! Join TJ Coleman, member of the National Nominations Committee, as he interviews Melissa Bannon about her campaign for the role of National Vice President of Programs (VPP) for 2021 - 2023.
This week People Before Profit activist and Dublin Bay South candidate Brigid Purcell joins Rupture regulars Diarmuid, Diana and Éoin to discuss public spaces, People Before Profit's Right to Housing Bill, recent developments around the Mother and Baby Homes, and the Dublin Bay South by-election. --- Rupture Radio is a weekly podcast looking at news, politics and culture from a socialist perspective. It is produced by members of the RISE network within People before Profit, and linked to Rupture - Ireland's eco-socialist quarterly. Check out the magazine at rupture.ie Any comments or queries please send them to LeftInsidePod@gmail.com or get in touch on Twitter. See you next week, cheers! Social media: Rupture Radio https://twitter.com/RuptureRadio_ Rupture Magazine https://twitter.com/RuptureMag_ Brigid Purcell https://www.facebook.com/BrigidPurcellPBP https://twitter.com/BrigidPurcell https://www.instagram.com/brigidpurcell_pbp Campaign Links: If you want to help in any way with Brigid's campaign, please visit https://www.pbp.ie/brigid-purcell/, email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Brigid through the social media links above. To donate to Brigid's campaign, visit https://www.pbp.ie/donate/ Resources: Jack Sheehan on Dublin's housing crisis and rampant workplace precarity https://tribunemag.co.uk/2021/06/how-rentier-capitalism-is-destroying-dublin Rupture episode with Diarmuid and Diana on the ills of the permanent crisis of the Irish healthcare system https://anchor.fm/ruptureradio/episodes/Irelands-Permanent-Healthcare-Crisis-w-Diana-ODwyer-eo2nfp --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ruptureradio/message
Welcome back to this special episode of Kappa Kappa Psi Presents! Join Will Johnston, member of the National Nominations Committee, as he interviews Anthony Goodin about his campaign for the role of National Vice President of Student Affairs (VPSA) for 2021 - 2023.
Welcome back to this special episode of Kappa Kappa Psi Presents! Join Jack Gornick, member of the National Nominations Committee, as he interviews Daniel Miller about his campaign for a position on the Board of Trustees (BoT) for 2021 - 2025.
Welcome back to this special episode of Kappa Kappa Psi Presents! Join Will Johnston, member of the National Nominations Committee, as he interviews Brittany Woodruff about her campaign for the role of National Vice President of Student Affairs (VPSA) for 2021 - 2023.
Welcome back to this special episode of Kappa Kappa Psi Presents! Join Jack Gornick, member of the National Nominations Committee, as he interviews Malinda Matney about her campaign for a position on the Board of Trustees (BoT) for 2021 - 2025.
Welcome back to this special episode of Kappa Kappa Psi Presents! Join Will Johnston, member of the National Nominations Committee, as he interviews Connor Terry about his campaign for the role of National Vice President of Student Affairs (VPSA) for 2021 - 2023.
Welcome back to this special episode of Kappa Kappa Psi Presents! Join Jack Gornick, member of the National Nominations Committee, as he interviews Eric Morson about his campaign for a position on the Board of Trustees (BoT) for 2021 - 2025.
Greg merrily delves into the world of Welsh Independence and asks his guests the crucial question: are you yes yet?In case you missed it, we've changed our release date to Fridays now instead of Wednesdays.This week, Greg is joined by author, journalism lecturer and Nation.Cymru founder Ifan Morgan-Jones.We also head up to the land of the Cofis to get some opinions on independence. Find us on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and Facebook: @UYesYetGmail: UYesYet@gmail.com
Matt Chorley is joined by journalists from the four corners of the UK Parliamentary Correspondent at Yorkshire Live Alexandra Rogers Chief Reporter at the Glasgow Times Catriona Stewart, Welsh Affairs Editor at Wales Online Will Hayward and Crime Correspondent at the Belfast Telegraph Allison Morris to analyse the state of the union in the wake of the elections and to find out how each country is coming out of lockdown. PLUSTimes Columnists Alice Thomson and Robert Crampton discuss exams and David Cameron's texts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is a gripping personal account of how Labour managed to lose Hartlepool for the first time in the history of the constituency. Paul was Labour's candidate and in this comprehensive analysis, he explains the factors in the defeat, what the public really said to him and Keir Starmer about Labour, how Keir Starmer dealt with the public in Hartlepool and what Labour needs to do if it not only wants to win back a former safe seat, but ever wants to form a government ever again. Get your tickets for the Political Party Specials at The Garrick Theatre and Vaudeville Theatre here: https://www.nimaxtheatres.com/shows/matt-fordes-political-party-podcast/ Monday 24 May: Peter Mandelson and Sayeeda Warsi Tuesday 25 May: Keir Starmer and Andrea Leadsom - SOLD OUT Wednesday 2 June: Jess Phillips and Esther McVey Follow Paul on Twitter: @PaulWilliamsLAB Email the show: email@example.com Order Matt's book 'Politically Homeless' here: https://blackwells.co.uk/bookshop/product/2100000262618 Follow Matt on Twitter: @mattforde Follow Matt on WTSocial: https://wt.social/u/matt-forde For the latest UK Government advice on coronavirus go to: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Denis Staunton talks to Hugh about the results of last Friday's local and regional elections in England, Scotland and Wales. The results have thrown up many stories, including how Labour's leader Keir Starmer contrived to turn a setback into a leadership crisis, and how pro-independence politicians increase their dominance of the Scottish parliament.
In this week's late night episode we give our immediate reaction to the results of the Holyrood election trying to make sense not only of what it means to the political parties but also its impact on the path to indyref2 and Scottish independence.We also take a look at the Hartlepool by-election,and what it might tell us about Tory pro union strategy in Scotland.It also,inevitably, leads us to the state of the UK Labour Party.
Chris Deerin hosts the fourth and final special Scottish Election episode of the New Statesman podcast, featuring an interview with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and analysis from Ben Walker, Dani Garavelli and the Spectator's Alex Massie.Read Chris Deerin's full interview with Nicola Sturgeon on NewStatesman.comWatch the full conversation with Nicola Sturgeon See the latest polling data in the New Statesman's Scottish independence poll trackerStephen, Anoosh and Ailbhe will return in Thursday's episode of the New Statesman podcast. To submit a question for 'You Ask Us' please email firstname.lastname@example.org.--Clips courtesy of the BBCWatch the full BBC Leaders' debateWatch interviews with smaller party leaders in The Campaign--Subscribing to the New Statesman helps us keep producing this podcast. You can now subscribe for 12 weeks for just £12. Visit newstatesman.com/subscribe12.We'd love to hear from you.Contact the team at email@example.comChris Deerin is on Twitter at @ChrisDeerinBen Walker is on Twitter at @BnhwMore audio from the New Statesman: listen to our weekly global affairs show World Review See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ahead of local elections Matt Chorley is joined by Hannah Al-Othman who is News Reporter for the Sunday Times based in Manchester,Scottish Political Editor at The Times Kieran Andrews, Sam Cook who is a Presenter at Cardiff TVand Grainne Mckinney Senior Broadcast Journalist at u105 Belfast to get the news form the 4 corners of the UKPLUSTimes columnist Alice Thomson and Robert Crampton pick over the day's news See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Chris Deerin's guest this week is Kate Forbes, SNP Cabinet Secretary for Finance and young star of the independence movement.She responds to the Institute of Fiscal Studies report which claims the manifestos for the May 6th Scottish Parliamentary elections are united by a "lack of credibility".Also, New Statesman polling analyst Ben Walker joins the podcast to discuss the latest developments in the campaign.See the latest polling data in the New Statesman's Scottish Election poll tracker: https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/scotland/2021/04/scottish-independence-poll-tracker-will-scotland-vote-leave-uk--Watch the IFS presentation with the University of Glasgow here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2TvXc8LSjo&t=181sSee Anas Sarwar dance to Uptown Funk here: https://twitter.com/GordonMcKee_/status/1385935122038415360?s=20Douglas Ross' rendition of Atomic Kitten's 'Whole Again' courtesy of @STVnews: https://twitter.com/STVNews/status/1386701339225378817Clips from the #NextLeaderofScotland debate courtesy of Channel 4. Watch the full debate online here: https://www.channel4.com/news/nextleaderofscotland-debate-scotlands-5-main-party-leaders--Subscribing to the New Statesman helps us keep producing this podcast. You can now subscribe for 12 weeks for just £12. Visit newstatesman.com/subscribe12.We'd love to hear from you.Contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.orgChris Deerin is on Twitter at @ChrisDeerinBen Walker is on Twitter at @BnhwMore audio from the New Statesman: listen to our weekly global affairs show World Review See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Chris Deerin, the New Statesman's Scotland editor, hosts a special edition of the New Statesman podcast.In this episode Chris is joined by Ricky Ross and Darren McGarvey, both musicians and activists for the case of Scottish independence, to discuss the state of the independence movement and why so many artists seem to be in favour of a second referendum.Also, regular New Statesman podcast host Ailbhe Rea joins Chris to discuss the Westminster view of the Scottish campaigns. Subscribing to the New Statesman helps us keep producing this podcast. You can now subscribe for 12 weeks for just £12. Visit newstatesman.com/subscribe12.We'd love to hear from you.Contact the team at email@example.comChris Deerin is on Twitter at @ChrisDeerinAilbhe Rea is on Twitter at @PronouncedAlvaMore audio from the New Statesman: listen to our weekly global affairs show World Review See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Scottish parliamentary elections are likely to be pivotal for the future of the United Kingdom. So, New Statesman Scotland editor, Chris Deerin, is hosting four bonus episodes in the lead up to the vote on May 6th. Chris will be joined by some familiar voices from the New Statesman team, as well as guests from the world of Scottish politics.In this episode Chris dissects the results of the STV Leaders Debate with the New Statesman's polling supremo Ben Walker, and is joined by Blair McDougal to discuss how the SNP's 14-year incumbency presents an opportunity for an 'insurgent' opposition to make gains.Clips courtesy of STV. The STV Leaders Debate is available to stream on demand via STV player.Stay up to date with the latest polling - visit the New Stateman's Scottish Election poll tracker here:https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/scotland/2021/04/scottish-independence-poll-tracker-will-scotland-vote-leave-ukSubscribing to the New Statesman helps us keep producing this podcast. You can now subscribe for 12 weeks for just £12. Visit newstatesman.com/subscribe12.We'd love to hear from you.Contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.orgChris Deerin is on Twitter at @ChrisDeerinBen Walker is on Twitter at @@bnhw_More audio from the New Statesman: listen to our weekly global affairs show World ReviewPeople mentioned in this episode:Nicola SturgeonDouglas RossAnas SarwarAlex SalmondBoris JohnsonTopics discussed:Scottish electionsHolyroodSNPScottish LabourScottish GreensConservativesScottish IndependenceIndependence referendumBrexit See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The EP Podcast provides a side-by-side comparison of Evergreen Park Mayoral Candidates Kelly Burke and Shawn Good, using their own answers to questions asked on previous episodes. As the election on Tuesday 4/6 approaches, hear answers to some of the most asked questions from residents. Get informed, and then get out and vote! Brought to you by The First National Bank of Evergreen Park! Find the account that is right for you AND get your FREE EP Podcast Car Magnet there today! Get the latest news and information concerning everything going on in and around Evergreen Park, and stay connected to your neighbors! New On-Demand Podcasts release on Mondays, with a weekend update on Fridays. Every week Evergreen Park residents join their neighbors Chris Lanuti and Hannah Beth at a 9-foot homemade basement bar. Got something to say? Call us at 708-459-8406 anytime and leave a message. #30MinutesOfGood #EvergreenPark
Host Benjamin Rangel sits down with candidates for State Superintendent and Milwaukee Public School Board Districts 4 and 5. The candidates for State Superintendent are Deborah Kerr and Jill Underly. The candidates for MPS Board District 4 are Aisha Carr and Dana Kelley. The candidates for District 5 are Alex Brower and Jilly Gokalgandhi. The candidates answer questions about why they believe their the best choice for their respective seats. To learn more, visit:The candidates’ respective websites:Deborah KerrJill UnderlyAisha CarrDana KelleyAlex BrowerJilly GokalgandhiTo learn more about where and how to vote, visit: Myvote.wi.govActions Steps:Deborah’s action step is to mentor and support young peopleJill’s action steps are to run for your local school board and get involved in your child’s PTA or other grassroots educational organizationsAisha’s action step is to vote in the upcoming election!Dana’s action steps are to follow the Northside Rising Facebook page and visit the Public Service Commission of WisconsinAlex’s action steps are to vote and be a leader in your communityJilly’s action step is to prioritize local elections and request an absentee ballot to make voting easyBridge the City When you’re taking action in your community, share with us! Use #bridgethecity or tag us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn.We humbly ask you to consider joining our Patreon so we can continue creating episodes and events that encourage community engagement and open dialogue. For timely content and interviews focused on what’s happening now in our city, tune in to our show on Riverwest Radio (104.1 FM) at 5:30 every other Wednesday, or listen online.Music by Casey Masters.
The people of Israel spoke again. But when will we know what they said? And whether what they said aligns with what they wanted? Along with my friend Jeff Becker, we will dive a little to give you the best perspective on who won, when we will have the final results, and what we should expect. Join us for a temporary Aftermath, before we actually know the final count of votes, analyzing the winners and losers, and guessing what will happen. You can listen to this episode on - Spotify - https://tinyurl.com/BalaganSpotify Apple Podcasts – https://tinyurl.com/BalaganApple Google Podcasts – https://tinyurl.com/BalaganGoogle Amazon Music - https://tinyurl.com/BalaganAmazon
Andy introduces some classic election moments from 2008, 2012 and 2016, including jet skis, the billion dollar burn, the debut of Scluten Malvein and a general sense of innocence about the world. We have a sister show, The Last Post, which you can hear here. Follow us on YouTube or Insta and see parts of this episode with actual video.The Bugle is hosted this week by:Andy ZaltzmanJohn OliverAnd produced by Chris Skinner LISTEN TO RICHIE FIRTH: TRAVEL HACKER. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jon, Jon, Tommy, and Dan break down the closing arguments and strategies from Donald Trump and Joe Biden, answer your questions, and offer some final thoughts on the 2020 election. Then, a few of Vote Save America’s incredible volunteers will talk about why they got into political organizing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, I interview Rudy Giuliani about the stunning new information regarding the Biden Crime and his theory about what the Chinese were really up to. I also discuss the upcoming election with pollster Robert Cahaly and Trump campaign spokesman Steve Cortes. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved.