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# 358 - Vote or Die 2020 V: The Epilogue


1:02:48 minutes (57.5 MB)

Tonight on the Show, we have a NEW President-Elect!
Also on tonight's show - The Sad State of Michigan Football. Why we are DONE defending Jim Harbaugh and Don Brown after Michigan lost back-to-back games they should have won in blowout fashion.

Local Election Results:
- For the first time since 1996, Ron O'Brien will NOT be the Franklin County Prosecutor, as the six-term incumbent was ousted by former Judge G. Gary Tyack.
- School Levy Passed in Delaware, but NOT in Pickerington. Gahanna's school levy is "too close to call".
- The Ohio 16th Senate Seat between State Senator Stephanie Kunze (R-Hilliard) and challenger Crystal Lett (D-Columbus) is too close to call, as is the race for Pickaway County Sheriff.
- ALL of the Statehouse Rep Incumbents in Franklin County, as well as the occupants of the seats that cover Delaware, Knox, Licking, Coshocton, and Perry Counties, were all re-elected. Dontavius Jarrells is elected to the Ohio House 25th Seat, replacing the seat abandoned by outgoing Statehouse Representative and Trumpette, Benedictine Kennedy-Kent.
- ALL 16 Ohio U.S. House Representatives were re-elected, a first and last, due to Congressional Re-Districting set to take place in 2021.
- Issue 2 Passed, launching a Civilian Review Board in the City of Columbus.
- Issue 8 Passed in Grandview Heights.
- Issue 12, a Charter Amendment, Passed in Westerville.
- Issue 1 (Columbus) & Issue 10 (Grove City) both passed, allowing green energy initatives.

Election Milestones Across the Country:
- Georgia will have not one, but TWO Senate Run-Offs on January 5. Sen. David Perdue (R) vs. Jon Ossoff (D) and Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) vs. Rev. Raphael Warnock (D), as neither candidate reached 50% of the Vote, per Georgia State Law. Deadline to Register for the Run-Off in Georgia is December 7.
- New York elected their first two openly gay black male Congressmen - Mondaire Jones (17th District) & Jamaal Bowman (16th District).

# 355 - Vote or Die IV: Vote Him Away/The World Is On Fire


59:52 minutes (54.82 MB)

Tonight on the show, our last talk show before the November 3 Election. A recap of the last Debate, and predictions for select local races.

The Revenge Tour Round-Up re-caps Ohio and Michigan's big Season Opening Wins, as both schools head to rivalry games - Michigan with their Little Brother in the Paul Bunyan Trophy, and Ohio playing Penn State during White Out At Home.

# 353 - Vote or Die II: The Mike Pence Flytrap


59:26 minutes (54.43 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- The Vice Presidential Debate - Who won, and who was the real star of the Debate?
- COVID-19 Round-Up: City of Columbus repeals its Last Call Order, while the FBI busted a Militia plot to overthrow Michigan
- The Revenge Tour Round-Up: You can have your own cut-out in the stands at either XSU or Michigan, plus the likely kickoff time for The Little Brown Jug (Michigan at Minnesota) on 10/24
- The Weekend Warrior: Halloween Events for Families, plus The Big (Virtual/DIY) Table and Virtual Campaign Events Near You
- Election Round-Up: Local Statehouse Races, Franklin County Races, and Issues 1, 2, and 24 (Green Energy, Police Reform, and ADAMH/Mental Health, respectively).

# 352 - Vote or Die I: The Great Cleveland Trainwreck


58:13 minutes (53.3 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- A Recap of the Disastrous Presidential Debate in Cleveland, a city where trainwrecks are now NOT limited to just their professional sports teams.
- The Weekend Warrior highlights The Big Table, plus the Free Press Second Saturday Salon/50th Anniversary Celebration, and a Virtual Day of Social Justice for a South Side neighborhood.
- The COVID Roundup: Uptown Athens Halloween = CANCELLED; NYE at Times Square = Quasi-VIRTUAL; Trump = POSITIVE for COVID-19

# 351 - 21-COVID Salute/Six Months of Quarantine/The 2020 Revenge Tour is Back!


59:15 minutes (54.25 MB)

Tonight on the Show - The 2020 Revenge Tour is officially back as the Big Ten announced on September 16 that the 2020 Football Season is a GO, and on September 19, the Slate of Season Games was confirmed (Both XSU and Michigan's Schedules are below). Also, it's Last Call to Respond to the 2020 U.S. Census, and to Register to Vote for the 2020 Presidential Election, and why the stakes just got higher for this Election, the passing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933-2020).

Home Games are in ALL CAPS.
THE XhiX State B*ckeyes 2020 Schedule:
10/24 - NEBRASKA
10/31 - at Penn State
11/07 - RUTGERS
11/14 - at Maryland
11/21 - INDIANA
11/28 - at Illinois (The IlliBuck Trophy)
12/05 - at Michigan State
12/12 - MICHIGAN (THE Game)
12/19 - Champions/Placement Game
(This is by far, the EASIEST SCHEDULE ever. This is also WITHOUT Non-Conference Opponents. The B*ckeyes got a lot of kickbacks, I'm sure.)

Michigan Wolverines 2020 Schedule:
10/24 - at Minnesota (The Little Brown Jug)
10/31 - MICHIGAN STATE (Little Brothers Week)
11/07 - at Indiana
11/14 - WISCONSIN
11/21 - at Rutgers
11/28 - PENN STATE
12/05 - MARYLAND
12/12 - at You Know Who (THE GAME)
12/19 - B1G Championship in Indianapolis

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# 348 - The Revenge Tour 2020 = CANCELLED!


2:01:22 minutes (111.13 MB)

Tonight on this Super-Sized Show, we've got all bases loaded. DNC, RNC, The Blue Jackets Exodus from the NHL Bubble, the Cancellation of Fall Sports for both the Big Ten and Columbus City Schools, and the Governor's Update on High School Sports.

# 347 - The Countdown Clock Begins: The Revenge Tour 2020


59:31 minutes (54.49 MB)

**RECORDED on August 5 & 7, 2020**

Tonight on the show, The Countdown Clock Begins*. Plus, the Virtual Fistacuffs between Ryan Day and Jim Harbaugh.

In the COVID RoundUp, Governor DeWine's False Positive, plus "It Is What It Is". And, when will there be a final verdict in regards to high school sports in Ohio?

* - After this Show was completed, the Mid-American Conference (MAC) canceled ALL Fall Sports on August 8.

Plus, check out The Columbus Dispatch's Article on WCRS: https://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20200808/volunteer-run-columbus-low-po...

# 340 - (614) Day in Place


59:54 minutes (54.84 MB)

Tonight on the show, we preview:
- (614) Day
- The Columbus Arts (In Place) Festival
- The Big Give (Wednesday June 10 at 10AM to Thursday June 11 at 11AM)

Plus:
- Updates on Re-Openings and Protests
- That Ohio School announced their new President, Dr. Kristina M. Johnson, PhD
- Has the Curfew Been Lifted?

(614) Day is Sunday, June 14 (6/14).

# 311 - Merry Debatesmas on Arawak City Day


59:12 minutes (54.2 MB)

Tonight on the show, a review of Bryan's article in this month's The Columbus Free Press on Columbus Day, plus a look ahead to the Democratic Presidential Debate on October 15 at Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio. And the weekend's events.

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