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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
telling people to get out and vote. now the votes have been counted and billionaire businessman donald trump will be our next president. in the uk - they're calling trump's victory a 'brexit-style shock." vice president-elect mike pence is also declard donald trump's victory "a historic night." the republican nominee won last night after capturing wisconsin's 10 electoral votes, putting him over the 270 threshold. after the win... trump, addressed supporters at his said hillary clinton called him to congratulate him on his victory. he went on to say he's going to be a president for all americans... and is reaching out to those who didn't support him during his campaign: ((donald trump: working together, we will begin the urgent task of rebuilding our nation and renewing the american dream. i've spent my entire life in business, looking at the untapped potential in projects and people all over the world. that is now what i
((michael stevens)) >> trump pulled off wins in key battleground states tuesday night, including florida, ohio and north carolina. stunned hillary clinton supporters wiped away tears after the democrat's multiple paths to victory disappeared one by one. clinton failed to carry many of th president obama won in 2012. hillary clinton did not address her supporters last night at her election party in new york city... instead the chairman of her campaign took the podium to tell voters to go home... and the campaign would have more to say today. brian, kirsten? ((brian loftus))
-- former nevada attorney general catherine cortez masto -- has won cortez masto won clark county -- the state's largest by far -- and it carries a democratic advantage that pushed her over the top./// (( catherine cortez masto: >> "i'll tell you this, our government is built on a system of checks and balances, and i will promise you this, i will be one hell of a check and balance on him. (cheers)" )) ((brian loftus)) hopeful to flip this seat... a mixed bag of emotions at republican headquarters over at the south point./// ((kirsten joyce)) to our other top races in nevada... question one and question 2.. here's a look at the results: question 1 was approved .. it will require licensed dealers to run a federal background check before background check before selling or transferring guns. and question 2 was passed--- which asked nevadans if they wanted to legalize recreational marijuana.
things over to nia wong... for a look at the congressional races.. and the rest of the questions on the nevada ballot, nia? ((nia wong)) >> we'll get to the ballot questions in just a minute. but new this morning... it looks like the democrats have swept the congressional seats.... with jacky rosen beating out danny tarkanian 47 percent to 46 for the congressional district 3 seat. ((nia wong)) let's take a closer look at congressional district four. the race between incumbent republican cresent hardy and state senator ruben kihuen. kihuen unsead to 48... he now will jump from the state senate to the u-s house of representatives. ((nia wong)) >> kihuen addressed his supporters at the aria conference room last night. you've got to understand since kihuen announced he was running for this seat 19 months ago...he has had the backing of senator harry reid as well as the culinary union. kihuen is nevada's first latino congressman...a nd acknowledged his roots as the son of a former farmworker and housekeeper at his victory rally: (( ruben kihuen: "i want to say thank you to every single one of you who took the time to make calls, to canvass door to door, who gave a dollar to this campaign, thanks to you we won this congressional race." ))
before a republican took hold in the general election of 2014. control over the nevada house has now changed with kihuen's win. ((nia wong)) >> congressman cresent hardy conceded shortly after the results. he took the stage with his wife...thanking his supporters...say ing he had no regrets on the accomplishments of the campaign. ((rep. cresent hardy: "for me this has been a privelege, an honor to be able to serve my constituents inhe that opportunity to serve. you know, i worked very hard in the district. i think i've done the things i promised. i represesnted my constituents and strived to make sure that we solved issues." )) ((nia wong)) >> hardy currently represents nevada's fourth district in the u.s. house of representa tives....telling a disappointed crowd >> hardy overcame health concerns after he suffered a heart attack earlier this year. he was back on the campaign aild owed no other ill effects. ((nia wong))>ow ..ts take a quir question 3: 72 to 28 percent. ip monopolies on ener mpaniesand l
how they would make this work and how they would regulate out state power companies. d here's a look at question 4: to 28 percent voters chose to get rid oftaxing medical...oxygen and mobility equipment. and finally, question 5 ...yes 56 percent to 44. this will extend the fuel tax for another decade....with proceeds going to clark county's road improvement projects. back to you, brian and kirsten./// ((kirsten joyce)) >> when will these go into effect? ((nia wong)) >> not immediately. move forward to the general election in 2018. kirsten. sherry how's the weather today?
morning cup of joe. ((kirsten joyce)) >> in this pre recorded the sheriff answers questions about a security plan for the potential proposed stadium. ((brian loftus)) >> thanks always for joining us sheriff let's get right into it..... this is questions is for susie "if the raiders come to las vegas, what's the plan for security for the games? will it be provided by metro or a private company." ((sheriff joe lombardo)) >> that's a great question, but the answer is both. it's a private security for those type of venues in otherwords the nrs covers what the security plan has to be. so depending on the venues the thomas and mack and the other events. the nrs says you have to hire a police officer for every 400 fans or customers, but they provide security and they hire us for a
the taxpayers aren't paying for the security associated for that kind of event they provide the funds to pay for that security personell. ((kirsten joyce)) >> pete mccann says "there has been an increase in panhandling in my neighborhood at the corners of rainbow and spring mountain and rainbow, and desert inn. it's my understanding that while panhandling is not against the law, stepping into traffic is a misdemeanor." ((sheriff joe lombardo)) >> that's correct, and i've noticed it myself too. so i've given a directive to our bureau commanders to address it. on the roadway. it's not illegal to be homeless, it's not illegal to solicit homes. but it is illegal to be out on the roadways and cause traffic obstructions. so i've gotten the bureau commanders to address it because it is a quality of life issue some people seem threatend when they approach the vehicles and part of their directive is to address it. so hopefully we do get a handle
drive i do believe that it's in the spring valley area of command and we will adress it. ((kirsten joyce)) >> that's good because there are so many non profits that can help people get off the streets. ((sheriff joe lombardo)) >> well that's true, but there is also the other side of the coin where they don't help out, and that's the lifestyle they choose so we have t obviously determine that and give them the services taht we can ((brian loftus)) >> bob says "i notice cars with dark shaded covers over their license plates. is this legal? seems like criminal intent but they probably don't realize3 it would also hinder recovery of the vehicle by police if it was stolen." ((sheriff joe lombardo)) >> yea that's correct and i believe that it's more aesthetic, but it is illegal and the obstruction of the ability of us to read the license plate. especially at night because it
ask you to remove it and that's the basic gist of it. it's not that big of a deal, but it is for us and the law enforcement community. ((kirsten joyce)) >> i always thought it was about the people who didn't want to be caught by traffic cams in other places like phoenix. and i'm always like "those hoolagins....look a that!" ((sheriff joe lombardo)) >> yea, but we don't have traffic cams here in nevada, so it's been struck down by the legislature for a repeated ammount of times. i support traffic cams. i think they're a bene we don't have any. ((brian loftus)) >> did you just throw out the words "hooligans?" ((kirsten joyce)) >> i did it's a a phrase my grandma used. if you have a question you wanted to ask someone in law just go to las vegas now dot com... and look for the "don't miss" section. ((brian loftus)) >> you can find out if your question was chosen with sheriff lombardo every wednesday between 6:30 and 7 a-m./// ((brian loftus))
donald trump has won the 2016 presidential election. he defeated former secretary of state hillary clinton in several key battleground states. ((brian loftus)) >> the republican nominee defied expectations tuesday... tracking up crucial victories in the battleground states of florida, battleground states of flora others./// sherry how's the weather today?
you should get some sleep." "several states are too close to call so we're not going to have anything more to say". donald trump/(r) presidential elect: "i just received a call from secretary clinton she congratulated us on our victory. )) the nation is still waiting to hear hillary clinton's concession speech... she is expected to speak later today on the election results... thanks for joining us, i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus. the united states is waking up to a brand new president elect... donald trump. ((kirsten joyce)) >> craig boswell is live from