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ABC
Oct 17, 2010 12:00pm PDT
7. next george simpson, news and program director for lliz 1590 am and next, is executive editor of metro silly von valley. >> i'd like to now welcome our candidates for secretary of state, for california, damon dunne andowen.ebra bowen. a few ground rules that both candidates have agreed on prior to the debate. also to the audience as a reminder, please refrain from any applause until the end of the program. although this is silicon valley we ask you turn off your cell phones and your pdas now. the format for today's forum is as follows. we will begin two minutes of opening remarks and two minutes of closing comments determined in advance by a coin toss followed by a series of questions from our panel of journalists and ceo who each candidate will alternate having two minutes to respond. the debate will focus on the policy challenges and solutions facing california and silicon valley. part one, again, is opening remarks. it is now my pleasure to welcome the candidates again and by coin toss, debra will begin the program with opening remarks. thank you, you now have at floor. >> i t
FOX News
Sep 22, 2011 6:00pm PDT
president george w. bush have a lot in common. you are both republicans from texas. you both ran on the same ticket for the state house. you both share a deep religious faith. you made a point of saying we went to different colleges and point out you have a different approach from president bush when it cop to government spending. war the other different -- when it comes to government spending. what are the other difference that you can cite between you and president bush and what say you about reports there is some bad blood between the would two of you? >> let me address the last issue first. we go a great rapport. i talk to the president from time to time call him on his birthday, talk to him on a relatively regular basis. i highly respect the president and his public service. what we have in difference is probably as much as in style as in substance on various issues. for instance, i was very vocal in my disagreement with him on medicaid part d that the federal government should be involved in that very expensive program. i was also vocal against no child left behind. it gets ba
ABC
Oct 10, 2010 12:00pm PDT
, reporter with kgo channel 7 followed by george sampson, news and program director 1590 am and shelly, ceo of metro stream. i would like to introduce our candidates and welcome them for lieutenant governor, abel maldonado and gavin newsom. >> i would like to outline a few ground rules that both candidates have agreed upon. also to the audience as a reminder, please refrain from any applause until the end of the program and although is silicon valley we ask you to own you power down your phones and pdas now. the format, we'll begin with two minutes of opening remarks and two minutes closing comments determined in advance by a them. following questions from our panel each candidate will have up to two minutes to respond. this debate will focus on the policy challenges and solutions facing california and silicon valley. it's now my pleasure to welcome the candidates again. by coin toss, maldonado will begin with opening remarks. thank you. >> it's great to be here. thank you for the leadership group for hosting. it's great to he see my wife and daughter here. i want to say thank you for
PBS
Sep 3, 2010 1:00am PDT
same way in afghanistan. i did vote to go after osama bin laden. george w. bush went away from it and went to iraq. i do support the president trying to see that we can train the afghan people to again defend yourselves. but i do want to see more timelines drawn there. i think it's important to send that signal -- this is a time frame. i'm on a feingold bill which you can read which essentially says, give us a timetable, give us the conditions in which we can bring our troops home. and i think we're on that track. i support beginning the withdraw by 2011. but i'm happy that our troops are coming home. they're the bravest, the greatest, now we have to take care of them. they have terrible injuries and wounds. i just went to that comprehensive casualty care center and they're doing miraculous. >> senator, sorry, times up. apparently the lights aren't working. a real quick follow before we go to the answer. >> sure. >> if the president doesn't come up with a written time line as you suggested he do, will you call him out on that as you did president bush? you were critical of preside
ABC
Oct 24, 2010 11:00am PDT
introduce -- we are joined by sharon, and george sampson, the news and program director for kliv, 15:90 a.m. and charles kinmore, c.e.o. of unanimous -- nanda work. i would like to welcome larry aceves and tom torlakson. i would like to outline a few rules which both candidates have agreed to, and to the audience, please reframe -- refrain from applause until the end of the program, and although this is silicon valley, we ask you to turn off your cell phones at this time. the format i as follows. we begin with two minutes of opening remarks and two minutes closing comments, determined in advance by a coin toss, followed by a series of questions from altere will alter nate, with two minutes to respond. we will focus on challengeses facing california and silicon valley. part one will be opening remarks of two minutes each. this is your chance now to join me in applauding our candidates, tom torlakson and larry aceves. [applause] >> i hope that will last you for 60 minutes of applause. by coin toss, the opening remarks will be first by tom torlakson. >> thank you, carl, and thank you all f
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