Your Voice Matters: What are your questions for newly-elected Jacksonville Sheriff T.K. Waters?
T.K. Waters will serve as Jacksonville’s next sheriff. Duval County voters chose him with 55% of the vote, over opponent Lakesha Burton. On election night, Tuesday, November 8, Waters told his supporters, “It’s time to get to work. We’re going to take care of the people in our city because it’s absolutely the best city in the entire world.”
TWIJ: Doctor on coronavirus spike; lawmakers on crisis in Cuba
Dr. Sunil Joshi, president of the Duval County Medical Society Foundation, discusses the rise in coronavirus cases and the increase in hospitalizations. We also discuss the crisis in Cuba with Congressman Al Lawson, D-Tallahassee, and Sen. Rick Scott, R-Florida, offer their analysis on Cuba as well as the American Rescue Plan and new child tax credits.
TWIJ: GOP view of ‘court packing;’ history of voting in Florida; state House candidates
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The U.S. Supreme Court may have a new associate justice very soon. A future Florida House speaker who is also a local attorney discusses the process and the potential of “packing the court” after the election with host Kent Justice. Rick Mullaney also breaks down the way Florida votes historically and what we’re looking for on election night. Plus, the Democrat running hoping to unseat that future House speaker in District 24.
City Council President-Designate Tommy Hazouri; Civic Council CEO Jeanne Miller and Georgia U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter
On This Week in Jacksonville, Kent Justice reports on Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry testifying before congress and speaks to City Council President-Designate Tommy Hazouri about the issues in front of the council. Also on Sundays program: Jacksonville Civic Council CEO Jeanne Miller talks about wanting to pass an update to the Human Rights Ordinance and Coastal Georgias U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter speaks about the investigation into the controversial killing of Ahmaud Arbery.