tv News 19 7 CBS February 19, 2016 7:00pm-7:29pm EST
access.wgbh.org >> from the station that's on your side, you're watching news 19 at 7:00. and good evening now. thanks for being with us on this friday. the republican presidential candidates making a last minute push to get your vote. senator marco rubio told reporters he'd take care of the veterans in our state and allow them to see any doctor they choose and not just receive care at the va hospital. he also promised to grow and not t cut the military. he talked about taping governor
>> she's respected across the country. when someone like that says she's supporting me, i think it adds momentum down the stretch. she is what it needs to be about in the 21st century. if you get the nod is she tapped for the vn. >> she has full plate right now but she's talented and 'em bodied everything and i think whoever is nominee is will strongly consider her because of that. rubio also touched on getting young voters out to the polls tomorrow. >> other candidates promised free college. how can you win the young vote? >> first of all, nothing is free and neither is college. they don't want to take on
and especially for a degree for a job you can't get. we'll do alternatives to student loans like the investment plan, income based payment so it's based on what you make. rubio is making one last campaign stop tonight in clemson. jeb bush continueed today and his mother joined him in greenville and he spoke about divideing up america. >> rich and poor, black and white, they're masters at it. trump is like the new guy on the block doing this and he's the master at it. >> ted cruz got an en --
he took a jab at donald trump's make america great again. >> [ inaudible ] >> meanwhile, in mist montrezl beach today, the gop front runner talked about how other candidates are controlled by big business and they don't understand finances. >> cruz is totally controlled by the oil companies. take a look at who is giving him money this. system is reasonably transparent but there are ways to find out. take a look at who is giving cruz the money and he tries to act like he's independent. he's the least independent up there. >> despite low poll numbers, ben carson says me has no intention of getting out of the race. he is in rock hill tonight.
a stop today. a video of kasich embracing a voter went viral yesterday. >> for some reason, people feel safe in telling me stuff. i flow is a bigger message than just about me. forget me. it's about all of us having to pay attention to other people. >> kasich has been putting a lot of emphasis on his faith and comforting others going through hard times. he say physician we don't grow the economy and create jobs more are going to be hurting. election offices have been preparing to make sure things run smoothly. clerks have been coming in for meetings allweek. today they collected the last of the polling equipment. sumter election leaders say many don't realize the planning goes back to the last presidential election.
and how they voteed in the presidential preference primary, which was a low turn out in the repup can primary. we use those figures to determine the number of machines going to a presinct. >> remember to bring in your id or you'll be turned away. we'll talk to a few of the voters this sevening. sonya gutierrez joins us with more on what they're saying. >> reporter: j.r., we've got a diversity of voters. we have people going for trump, cruz, rubio. i have not heard anyone in here who has a democratic candidate but the diversity and view physician this room is incredible.
you have people in your office voteing for all of the candidates. who are you voteing for? >> cruz. >> why? . >> because i think he'll reach the size and scope of the federal government and do something about the federal deficit. >> reporter: so i've met a couple of people who just want somebody to rattle things up and that's why they're going for trump. what do you think about that? what's the main reason that cruz touch add nerve for you? he's probably the most disliked person in the senate. i think trump, with his previous positions, none are conservative no matter what he says now. i think cruz tcu leader of the rest of the republican pack. >> reporter: thank you. your family unit, you have people who are voteing for three candidates.
rubio or trump but my wife is a fan of bush and my mother-in- law is a fan of maybe bush but she's not positive either. >> reporter: j.r., as you can see, people have decided but it's a big scope. rubio and bush have been here but i'm told rubio's crew was a lot more double than bush's. sonya, thank you. on the democratic side tonight, hillary clinton getting an expected endorsement today from jim clyburne. >> the congressman announced his pick for president. >> my heart has always been in hillary clinton but my head had me in a neutral corner. >> reporter: equal pay,
reform, he says his head is not knew raleigh anymore. >> >>: the change we seek for this country will not come easy we need a fighter and i believe she is. are the representative of south carolina says he's worked with clinton and bernie sanders in his 24 years in the legislature. my experience with both has been pleasant and enjoyable. campaigns are and should be about the future. are the influence of such endorsements on the voteers -- i'm still anything. >> reporter: some say it is not strong enough to sway their votes. >> somebody who might think is a good candidate to him might not necessarily be a good candidate for me.. >> are he says regardless of who you're voteing for, it's inexcusable not a cast a
>> it's hard to look at not voteing as rational. vote! get involved, wherever your passions take you, go there. >> well, bernie sanders is expected to be in greenville on sunday and he'll discuss criminal justice reform, wall street and raise the minimum wage along with make the college for free and paid healthcare for all. our state's democratic primary is a week from tomorrow. the republican primary is
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the midlands most accurate forecast with chief meteorologist jim gandy. >> today it was warm across the area. we saw plenty of sun shierntion 31 for low at the airport, up to 61 for high. 62 down in orangeburg, 60 in sumter. florence 58 degrees and air coming off the ocean kept myrtle beach to 52. it's 54 in augusta, 56 for columbia and 51 in sumter. cool never the eastern part of the state. myrtle beach is at 48. woe have clear skies right now. we have high pressure moving off towards the east. this has been producing windy
we have a secondary system back in parts of new mexico. this front is trying to get in here. tonight we'll start off clear. toward daybreak we'll see the clouds starting to increase across the area. mostly cloudy tomorrow and tomorrow night, no rain. on sunday there is going to be a been of rain. this is the very test run of our computer model. it's showing the rain coming into the western part of the state. it fades quickly. for sunday we have slight chances for rain. tonight we're expected low teteerature ms. the 40s, 41 in camden, 43 in columbia, 44 in orangeburg. tomorrow we'll see high temperatures of 66 in newberry, 69 in wins boo row and 71 in manning. seven day forecast, we'll see a
high of 73. a better chance of rain monday, 65. our best cannes of rain is tuesday with a high of 56 and another shot of rain wednesday with a high of 55 and we start to dry o.partly cloudy thursday with a high of 57 degrees and by next friday we'll be hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together [ cheering ] i've got some real estate here in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ]
our guest tonight is scott hoffman. he is a professor of political science. you guys do a lot of polling come election time, correct? >> we actually do it kind of all
year long. we do general population polls but when we get closer it's the voteer polls. do you guys have a poll out for tomorrow? >> we don't. i think it'll be after the election. >> there is a new poll coming this afternoon that shows the race getting even tighter. instead of donald trump being challenged by ted cruz this, shows marco rubio pulling to within three or four percentage points.
polls unless it comes from inside a campaign. most legitimate polls, for example, if you're trying to get likely voters and you're calling a people that you have a list of registered voters and you look if they've participated in the past, they are like leverts. if you don't add wireless telephone you'll missssout of new voters and trump is relying on a lot of new folks coming in. getting methodology right can be a difficult task. >> does everyone use the same criteria because we've seen so many different types of polls? there was a poll this more thanking with ted cruz within five points of trump. >> reporter: bo polls, the automated voice on the phone, it's illegal for them to call
39% of those in south carolina are cell phones only. it's illegal for them to call cell phones and they're trying to figure out a way to make up for that. sometimes they text a survey with a link. the methodology is not vetted on things like that. robo polls can fot call wireless. when it comes to screen, how do you screen people with certainty of registration? we make e re they're registered, determine certainty and then we pick a threshold of probability of participating. so the methodology is not uniform and it's ever evolving. depending on whether it's a contest like south carolina, a primary, or a caucus like iowa, the methods have to be different.
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on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. he was there when dr. king marched on washington. unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism. education. opportunity. reform. bernie.
>> i mean this takes taylor swift versus kanye west like nothing. >> then walking dead 911. cops raid their home because they're watching the walking dead. >> 911 emergency. what are you reporting? >> plus, the shocking plot to frame a pta president. >> by this married couple. >> did you knowingly participate in a scheme with your wife to frame kelly peters? >>
now final vindication. >> this is not okay to do to somebody. then, sister versus sisters. how the murder of their mother by dad is tearing them apart. >> i think he completely brain washed them. >> we made our own decision. plus -- >> wrong. >> wrong. >> wrong. >> what you're doing wrong every day. and you don't even know it. >> wrong. >> you're doing it wrong. >> you're not even eating a cupcake the right way. and pizza, you're doing it all wrong. >> the proper way to eat a slice of pizza. >> you're not even showering the right way.
wrong. now "inside edition" with deborah norville. >> deborah: hello, everybody. thank you for joining us. they're the everyday things you never knew you were doing wrong. we will show you the right way to do a bunch of stuff like your laundry coming up in a bit. but first here is our top story today. >> the battle between donald trump and the pope is the talk of the nation. eva longoria, a hillary clinton supporter has this take on pope francis' comment when she appeared on the view. >> he represents the most compassionate pope we've had in a very long time. >> like everyone else, the late night comics can't believe it. >> this makes taylor swift versus kanye west seem like nothing. >> donald trump wants to build a wall around this country.