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Daily Scripts

April 19th, 2018 by Mike Vasilinda

 

Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Capitol News Service Feed
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Election Security
Edius 1
Anchor lead
Election experts in the state are joining Senator Marco Rubio, expressing concerns over the security of the state’s election system. As Jake Stofan tells us only 7 counties in the state have implemented rigorous auditing systems to ensure the validity of election results.
Supers:
0:17-0:23 Mark Early
Leon County Supervisor of Elections
0:23-0:32 Jake Stofan
0:35-0:42 Ion Sancho
Former President, Florida State Association of Supervisor of Elections 
0:50-0:55 Ion Sancho
Former President, Florida State Association of Supervisor of Elections 
1:05-1:14 Eric Eggers
Government Accountability Institute
Runs: 1:26
Anchor Tag
The Florida Department of State is working to hire additional cybersecurity personnel prior to the 2018 election, saying in a statement,  it is laser focused on election security as we look ahead to the 2018 election and beyond.
Election Security Package Script
With only 7 counties so far adding extra security measures, it means there are still sixty more counties in Florida who may be unprepared for possible threats to this year’s election.
Leon is one of the counties to upgraded its system, by implementing additional auditing measures.
SOT Mark Early
Leon County Supervisor of Elections
“It is very powerful in that it look for problems in marking ballots.”
Jake
“With 60 counties in the state lacking a rigorous auditing system, experts say its unlikely most will be able to implement protections before the upcoming election cycle.”
SOT Ion Sancho
Former President, Florida State Association of Supervisor of Elections 
The additional measures aren’t required by state law. 
SOT Ion Sancho
Former President, Florida State Association of Supervisor of Elections
“I have to fault the Florida Legislature for failing to enact legislation that would require more use of this technology.”
The Governor asked to hire five cyber security experts in the 2018 budget, but the Legislature ignored the request. 
SOT SOT Ion Sancho
Former President, Florida State Association of Supervisor of Elections 
“They’re over confident that they’re okay and quite frankly that is hubris.”
The Legislature did approve $1.9 million in federal funding to help counties purchase additional security equipment.
Author Eric Eggers says it’s not enough.
SOT Eric Eggers
Government Accountability Institute
“No one is really incentivized to detect or expose election fraud, because that undermines the very basis of our democratic ideals.”
During the 2016 election, 5 Florida counties were unsuccessfully targeted by Russian hackers. Experts believe those attacks aren’t likely to stop any time soon.
Capitol News Service Feed
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Porn Resolution
Edius 1
At the height of the debate over gun control, Tampa State Representative Ross Spano took some heat over his efforts to pass a resolution declaring pornography a problem instead of focusing on guns, but as Mike Vasilinda tells us many believe pornography is a growing problem.
Supers: Tallahassee
0:12-0:12 Nat sot
0:14-0:18 Sot: Ron Watson
Lobbyist / Jury Foreman
0:26-0:31 Mike Vasilinda Standup
0:32-0:36 Sot: Rep. Ross Spano
R-Tampa
0:49-0:55 Sot: Rep. Ross Spano
R-Tampa
1:06-1:18 Ted Bundy (January 23, 1989)
Confessed to Murdering 30 women
Runs 1:30
Anchor Tag: The resolution was meant to be a place to start a conversation about pornography, but Spano is leaving the State House this year, so someone else will have to start the conversation.”
Fighting Porn Package Script:
Vikas Kapoor is serving a 27 year prison sentence after being convicted on more than two dozen counts of having child porn on his computer. 
“There are certain pictures that I can’t unsee.”
Ron Watson was the jury foreman.

Sot: Ron Watson
Lobbyist / Jury Foreman
“We’re talking about pornography with three, four, five year old children.”
While Watson resents being forced to watch disgusting images as part of his civic duty, porn is now easier than ever to find.
Mike Vasilinda Standup
“ New studies suggest, that because of this, 70 percent of our teens are actually stumbling across porn as they search the internet. 
Sot: Rep. Ross Spano
R-Tampa
“The average age that you first view pornography is eight years old for kids now.”
Unable to pass a bill to educate kids about the dangers, State Representative Ross Spano championed a House resolution this year. He’s hoping to shine a spotlight on the problems porn creates.
Sot: Rep. Ross Spano
R-Tampa
“It’s causing eating problems, its causing children to be sexually active before they should be.”
In his final interview before he was executed, One of Florida’s most nororious serial killers, Ted Bundy, blamed his killings on pornographic fantasies.
Sot: Ted Bundy 
Confessed to Murdering 30 women
“I’ve met a lot men motivated to commit violence, just like me, and without an exception, every one of them was deeply involved with pornography, without question.
It was discounted at the time of Bundy’s death as a scapegoat, but the idea that it could be addictive is gaining more and more traction among professionals. 
Capitol News Service Feed
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Election Security
Edius 1
Anchor lead
Election experts in the state are joining Senator Marco Rubio, expressing concerns over the security of the state’s election system. As Jake Stofan tells us only 7 counties in the state have implemented rigorous auditing systems to ensure the validity of election results.
Supers:
0:00-0:11 Jake Stofan
0:14-0:21 Ion Sancho
Former President, Florida State Association of Supervisor of Elections 
0:28-0:37 Eric Eggers
Government Accountability Institute
0:37-0:56 Jake Stofan
Anchor Tag
The Florida Department of State is working to hire additional cybersecurity personnel prior to the 2018 election, saying in a statement,  it is laser focused on election security as we look ahead to the 2018 election and beyond.
Election Security Look Live Script
Look live in 
“With only 7 counties so far adding extra security measures, it means there are still sixty more counties in Florida who may be unprepared for possible threats to this year’s election.”
The additional measures aren’t required by state law. 
SOT Ion Sancho
Former President, Florida State Association of Supervisor of Elections
“I have to fault the Florida Legislature for failing to enact legislation that would require more use of this technology.”
The Governor asked to hire five cyber security experts in the 2018 budget, but the Legislature ignored the request. 
SOT SOT Ion Sancho
Former President, Florida State Association of Supervisor of Elections 
“No one is really incentivized to detect or expose election fraud, because that undermines the very basis of our democratic ideals.”
Look live out
“During the 2016 election, 5 Florida counties were targeted by Russian hackers unsuccessfully. And this alert released by the us computer emergency readiness team found Russian hackers have been attacking American computer systems since at least 2015. Experts believe those attacks aren’t likely to stop any time soon.” 
 
 
 
Capitol News Service Feed
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Porn Resolution
Edius 1
At the height of the debate over gun control, Tampa State Representative Ross Spano took some heat over his efforts to pass a resolution declaring pornography a problem instead of focusing on guns, but as Mike Vasilinda tells us many believe pornography is a growing problem.
Supers:
0:00-0:10 Mike Vasilinda
0:19-0:22 Sot: Ron Watson
Lobbyist / Jury Foreman
0:24-0:27 Sot: Ron Watson
Lobbyist / Jury Foreman
0:28-0:32 Sot: Rep. Ross Spano
R-Tampa
0:45-0:48 Sot: Rep. Ross Spano
R-Tampa
0:49-1:00 Mike Vasilinda
Anchor Tag: The resolution was meant to be a place to start a conversation about pornography, but Spano is leaving the State House this year, so someone else will have to start the conversation.”
Fighting Porn LOOK LIVE Script:
MV:”The staff analysis on the resolution on porn says that because of this, 70 percent of our teens are accidentally stumbling upon port while they are searching the internet.”
Vikas Kapoor is serving a 27 year prison sentence after being convicted on more than two dozen counts of having child porn on his computer. 
“There are certain pictures that I can’t unsee.”
Ron Watson was the jury foreman.

Sot: Ron Watson
Lobbyist / Jury Foreman
“We’re talking about pornography with three, four, five year old children.”
Sot: Rep. Ross Spano
R-Tampa
“The average age that you first view pornography is eight years old for kids now.”
Unable to pass a bill to educate kids about the dangers, State Representative Ross Spano championed a House resolution this year. He’s hoping to shine a spotlight on the problems porn creates.
Sot: Rep. Ross Spano
R-Tampa
“Its causing children to be sexually active before they should be.”
MV:”And while pornography is not officially recognized as being addictive, the idea that it might be is gaining more traction with professionals.”

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