After an update on the day's news, Will Bunch of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News returns to the Nicole Sandler Show to talk about America's mass shooting problem and the anniversary of election day 2016.
November 4. It's my birthday, and one for which I am incredibly grateful. I was diagnosed with and appear to have kicked cancer during my 56th year. Election Day, as it falls on the first Tuesday in November, occasionally falls on my birthday. My first presidential vote was cast November 4, 1980. I voted for Jimmy Carter, but Ronald Reagan was elected president on my 21st birthday! Fast forward to my 49th ... November 4, 2008, Barack Obama - our first African American president - was elected on my 49th birthday. Today I turn 47 and in a few days, [...]
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With some help from John Oliver, Nicole Sandler notes that tomorrow is election day, with races that could be more important than next year's. Media strategist and trainer Joel Silberman guests in hour 1. Gaius Publius joins in hour 2 to talk death penalty, social security and other light topics for a Monday morning!
It's election day, and it's Nicole's birthday! Today, we deal with both. Julianna Forlano and GottaLaff join in the fun.
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I actually voted yesterday, by in person absentee ballot. I know, that makes no sense, but remember - I live in FloriDUH! The current criminal governor, Rick Scott, decided to cut the early voting period in half. While we witnessed record lines, the Democratic Party of Florida filed a suit to extend early voting hours, a number of Supervisors of Elections of various counties took it upon themselves to offer this alternative: show up at their offices, have an absentee ballot printed on the spot, where you fill it in and turn it in. Sounds simple, right? Unfortunately, Miami-Dade [...]