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day. the valley's news leader i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> i'm brian loftus. we have a winner in the presidential race donald trump has won the white house... he has secured the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency... ((kirsten joyce)) >> emily schmidt is live in new york with the latest on the results emily? ((emily schmidt)) the votes are counted - and the 2016 presidential election. he defeated former secretary of state hillary clinton in several key battleground states. donald trump / -r- president
first few expected. donald trump, the first person since dwight eisenhower who never held office before the campaign, now the united states president-elect. donald trump / -r- president elect: now it is time for america to bind the wounds of division. trump thanked his competitor, democrat hillary clinton, who called trump to concede the race supporters who had gathered in a glass-ceilinged convention center for what they had hoped would be her victory party. her campaign advisor spoke briefly instead. john podesta, clinton campaign chairman: we are so proud of her. she's done an amazing job. clinton entered election day leading in national polls, with what political pundits said was a clearer path to the 270 electoral votes needed to win the race. through the night, that path narrowed until it closed
trump. so did safe states like wisconsin, the clinton campaign thought were locked up. clinton had a night of not-enoughs, winning, according to exit polls, 88-percent of the african-american vote, but not as much as president obama captured four years ago. she also won less of the latino, white, and young people vote than obama had. ((emily schmidt)) >> hillary clinton is from new york. from new york emily schmidt cnn./// ((brian loftus)) retiring senator harry reid's hand-picked replacement -- former nevada attorney general catherine cortez masto
southeast las vegas. they told us it's about time the silver state followed states like alaska, washington, oregon and colorado in legalizing recreational pot. tommy chong weighed in about the future of recreational marijuana in nevada: ((tommy chong/marijuana advocate: >> i'm here to support the legalization effort : because its about time the rest of the world benefited from what ive been benefitting from for years : both health wise and financially )) >> opponents against question two say that there are not enough restrictions that come with approving recreational marijuana. the "no on 2" campaign believes approving it will make roads more dangerous and put children at risk./// ((kirsten joyce)) now .. lets take a quick look at the results for questions 3 through 5... here are the numbers for question 3: it was approved 72 percent to 28. it will get rid of power company monopolies and lower energy market regulations. question four was also approved... 72 to 29 percent.
taxes on prescribed medical equipment. and finally, question 5 ...approved as well... by 56 percent to 44. it will extend the gas tax for another decade, in order to pay for road improvement projects in clark county./// ((brian loftus)) in congressional district three... democrat jacky rosen narrowly beats republican danny tarkanian current returns show rosen with a slight lead... with 47 percent reporting ((brian loftus)) the hotly-contested congressional race we've been t state senator ruben kihuen and we know that kihuen has defeated hardy... making the move from the state senate to the u-s house of representatives. ((brian loftus)) >> cd-4 remains red. congressman cresent hardy expressed his pleasure that he will get to continue to serve southern nevadans in congress: ((rep. cresent hardy: >> "for me this has been a privelege, an honor to be able to serve my constituents in the district and i appreciate that opportunity to serve. you know, i worked very hard in the district. i think i've done the things i
constituents and strived to make sure that we solved issues." )) ((brian loftus)) >> hardy currently represents nevada's fourth district in the u.s. house of representatives. he served as a member of the house committees on transportation and infrastructure, natural resources and small business. sherry how's the weather today?
((brian loftus)) coming up on good day we have ((kirsten joyce)) >> and we check back on a local non profit bringing cheer to our troops locally and abroad. ((brian loftus)) >> and we'll have more coverage from this year's election. (((donald trump/president elect) >> for those of you who've chosen not to support me, there are a few people, i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country." ///)) ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus,
the cookies for troops project supplies cookies for our troops serving overseas during the holiday season. they also visit the veterans medical center for christmas, handing out cookies & candies to the veterans and their families. they have been supported by le cordon bleu in las vegas... and their students for the past decade.... but le cordon bleu will be closing their doors mid next year and although they are allowing them to use their kitchens for this years production.. that's as far as their support in order to keep this project going they have set up cookies for troops inc. as a non profit corporation they need donations. on their face book page, they have set up a "go fund me page" to help raise funds. time is critical because they need to deliver the cookies by thanksgiving week.... to ensure delivery to the troops by christmas. if you're interested in helping out... go to their facebook page at cookies for troops le cordon bleu... and click on the gofund me page . their goal this year is 25 thousand cookies. ((kirsten joyce)) if you would like to nominate
com... click on "sections" in the upper left corner .. and acts of kindness will be under the "community" tab. or send us an email... acts of kindness at las vegas now dot com./// ((brian loftus)) stay with us we'll be back after the break with you're weather and traffic ((kirsten joyce)) >> as well as coverage on last night's election. (donald trump/president elect) >> "now it's time for american to bind the wounds of division...to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is time for us to come together as one united ((donald trump / president elect ) >> "...and we're going to
((sherry swensk)) i know what passed on the ballot yesterday... that this warm and sunny weather continue for the week! and we won. .............. valley neighborhoods. . nice sunshine again today with highs running 10 degrees above normal or higher. ............. staying dry with high pressure and other areas of rain and thunderstorms have passed
all eyes were on theamerican election results from across the world. ((kirsten joyce)) >> coming up on good day we'll see what residents from across the country had to say about this year'su (donald trump/president elect) >> i look very much forward to being your president i look very much forward to being your president people love chicken sandwiches... and nashville-style hot sauce... wait! what if i put them together?! my new nashville hot chicken filet,
our 8 news now good day.. just head to our 8 news now facebook page.. and upload a pic of you wearing your patriotic colors! ((brian loftus)) >> 8 lucky viewers will be chosen to win an 8 news now mug! the winners will be announced friday during the 6am newscast./// ((brian loftus)) voters here in the us weren't the only ones waiting for the final tally.
across the globe who waited anxiously for the results. rylee carlson was at one of the biggest election parties in london. trump winning video/sound up. in the uk - they're calling trump's victory a 'brexit-style shock" another surprise result following britain's dramatic vote in june to leave the european union. (christine sweeney/us voter) i sort of saw it as a warning you know that something like this could happen. u flew off the presses with news of trump's surge (rylee carlson/cbs news/london) every step of this election has been watched around the world and american voters here in london say this is a finale they just couldn't miss. soundup - (man dressed as trump)"it's bigly, big news, this is bigly." but for many clinton supporters at this party in london - early excitement nat sot - guy cheering... lessened as the night wore on nats....bells markets around the globe plummeted as trump won state
souvenirs are already being sold. rylee carlson, cbs news, london. ((kirsten joyce)) >> germany's defense minister called trump's victory a huge shock. ((brian loftus)) >> french far-right leader marine le pen sent a tweet congratulating him./// we'll be right back......../// (donald trump/president elect) >>
and it's tough...so i want to thank my family very much...really fantastic. thank you all. thank you all."/// ((brian loftus)) thanks for joining us on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm brialo >> i'm keristen joyce the president-elect of the united states is officially donald trump. in his victory speech early this morning...trump says he's going to work on bridging a divided nation after a grueling election. ((brian loftus)) >> here you can see that hillary clinton won nevada 48 to 46 percent. however trump came away with the win. 8 news now reporter michael stevens is live in studio with the latest on the race. ((michael stevens)) >> brian, kirsten... the difference 24-hours can