The Top 5 Things You Need To Know Today - 6/6/2018

1)

PRIMARY ELECTIONS AROUND THE COUNTRY YESTERDAY, WITH SOME ODDLY MIXED RESULTS

Both sides examining California numbers: GOP not hurt as much as they worried, but the voting process was a train wreck, with more than 100,000 registered voters told they weren't registered. Excuse me?

2)

KELLY SADLER, YOU'RE OUTTA HERE!

White House aide who said of ailing Senator John McCain: "It doesn't matter, he's dying anyway" now gone, with no official comment offered to elaborate. Resigned? Told to resign? Thrown overboard? Probably doesn't matter, but a lot of folks are still curious about the circumstances.

3)

JOANIE MAHONEY GETS A DOSE OF REALITY FROM THE ONONDAGA COUNTY LEGISLATURE

Chairman Ryan McMahon leads a unanimous 17-0 override of a Joanie veto which, in political terms, is getting smoked like a cheap cigar. The Chairman joined us this morning to explain how and why it happened; to his credit, he was gracious and didn't gloat about it.

4) 

DID YOU ENJOY THE SHOW AT THE AMPHITHEATER LAST NIGHT? YOU WERE LUCKY.

Lots of people who wanted to see the Dave Mathews Band got stuck in traffic, couldn't find a parking spot, and spent an eternity waiting for shuttle buses. Apologies have been offered for the massive snafu, but many concert-goers are still severely ticked off.

5)

CAN THE CLEVELAND CAVALIERS STOP STEPHEN CURRY?

Golden State's megastar has been on fire, and LeBron's team needs to win Game 3 of the NBA Finals at home tonight. If they go down 3-0, drowning in Lake Erie is probably the next step.


 

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