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Jason Hawes & JV Johnson talk with guest author Cindy McGill about her book - What Your Dreams are Telling You. Our dreams are vehicles by which our sub-conscience deals with our fears, our anxieties, our grief, and in some case our connection to our spirituality. McGill also takes listener calls and offers her interpretation of listeners' dreams. 5/17/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
Tommy talks to Norris Henderson, Founder and Executive Director of Voice of the Ex Offender, about some ex-felons trying to get the right to vote back.
Johnson said he didn't have any interest in working in government but did want to offer his views on issues related to black voters . "It ended with me telling him, 'I want to be helpful to you if I've got an open door to make my case that I think
particularly supportive of Kennedy while African-Americans back Campbell. However, there is a greater degree of crossover of black voters to Kennedy than of white voters crossing over to Campbell. There is a double-digit gender gap in voter preference. Women
s office expects about 35 percent of voters statewide to show up for the election, compared to 68 percent for the presidential election. Early voting data showed white voters cast early ballots in greater proportions than black voters .
he was drawing about the same levels of support from black voters as Romney won. The Republican was drawing about a quarter of Hispanic voters and about less than 1 in 10 black voters . Clinton did better with Hispanic voters who were naturalized
much higher among men. Clinton's strongest support comes from African-Americans. She's winning about nine out of 10 black voters . She's winning about two out of three Hispanics and Asian-Americans. --- 9:30 p.m. Republican Donald Trump is