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He Said, She Said: A Podcast About Florida Politics
45 minutes | a year ago
2020 Session winds down with Anitere Flores
Michelle and Peter discuss the final week of the legislative session and its many accomplishments, including likely teacher pay increases, state employee pay increases and (for the first time in years) a fully funded Sadowski Affordable Housing Trust Fund. Our hosts discuss the elusive concept of likability on the heels of International Women's Day, Elizabeth Warren's drop from the presidential race and release of the Hillary Clinton documentary on Hulu. Senator Anitere Flores joins the podcast to discuss her final days in Tallahassee.
43 minutes | a year ago
Super day that ends in -y
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Peter eats his words about Joe Biden. Michelle and Peter break down Super Tuesday results, #Joementum and why it's looking more and more likely that the Democrats will have a brokered convention. They discuss Bernie Sanders' disappointing performance in Minnesota and beyond, and autopsy the campaigns of Michael Bloomberg and Elizabeth Warren.
53 minutes | a year ago
Previewing the Kevin Cate v. Steve Schale ‘Loser leaves town’ match in the South Carolina presidential primary
On this episode of He Said, She Said, our hosts cover it all, with a deep dive into the Democratic primary as Florida's primary election day creeps closer. Veteran political strategist Steve "Florida Man" Schale joins the pod to talk about the primary - and about Joe Biden, the candidate supported by his PAC Unite the Country. Michelle and Peter hash out their political hot takes, including who should drop out and what will happen if Bernie Sanders is the eventual nominee. Peter shares his latest bets on PredictIt.
131 minutes | a year ago
Coloring in the presidential primary with Steve Vancore and Adam Goodman
On this episode of He Said, She Said, our hosts are joined by pollster Steve Vancore and national media strategist Adam Goodman. Peter and the guests dig into the various paths the Democratic primary could take, Bernie v. Bloomberg and what the next few weeks could mean for the the presidential race. Michelle and Peter join up at home to break down the interviews, discuss the current political climate, give their take on #ReclineGate and much more.
90 minutes | a year ago
Awards season ends as the political season shifts into high gear
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Peter and Michelle look back on their very first episode. They recap this year's award season and give their take on this year's winners (and losers). They pack this pre-Valentines Day episode with high profile guests, including State Senators Joe Gruters and Kathleen Passidomo, along with PR and politics pro Alia Faraj-Johnson.
101 minutes | a year ago
Remembering Kobe. Previewing Iowa. Plus, Ella Joyce's big weekend.
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Peter and Michelle start the episode recapping Ella's first horse show. Peter and guest Jimmy Miller remember Kobe Bryant and his legacy. Kevin Cate joins the pod while on the road with Tom Steyer's presidential campaign. Michelle and Peter preview the Iowa Caucus and share who they're likely to vote for in the Florida primary in just under 8 weeks.
109 minutes | a year ago
Session’ing with Sens. Rob Bradley and Jeff Brandes and Alexis Lambert
On this packed episode of He Said, She Said, Peter and Michelle welcome Sens. Rob Bradley and Jeff Brandes to the podcast to give an update on the first week of the 2020 Florida legislative session. The state senators talk about their legislation and what to expect from the budget in upcoming weeks. Florida Lottery attorney Alexis Lambert joins the podcast to share the story behind the common sense gift ban exemption amendment in play this session.
87 minutes | a year ago
Season 2 kick-off with Mac Stipanovich and all the Royals talk you can take
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Michelle and Peter kick off season two of the podcast. Our hosts mark the end of the "100 Days of Schorsch" season with their 8th wedding anniversary. Michelle and Peter welcome their first guest of the season, Mac Stipanovich, a legend in Florida politics. Peter, Michelle and Mac talk Florida, Trump and the 2020 Democratic primary. Then, Michelle and Peter dish on the Royals and share their thoughts on 2020's best television so far.
127 minutes | a year ago
Ho ho ho
On this episode, it's He Said, He Said. With Michelle busy preparing for the holidays, Peter takes over the podcast with a wide ranging conversation on the democratic primary, local Florida politics, the best shows of 2019, and of course, Star Wars Rise of Skywalker. He hosts special guests Reggie Cardozo, Gus Corbella and Rep. Chip LaMarca of Broward County.
58 minutes | a year ago
'Tis the season
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Michelle and Peter are fully into the Christmas spirit. They talk Christmas, Amazon and the stresses of a condensed holiday season. They break down the demise of Kamala Harris' presidential campaign and the first committee week in Tallahassee. Our hosts also welcome Rep. Tyler Sirois of Brevard County to talk about his bill, one of Michelle's favorites from last session. Rep. Sirois has re-filed the bill this year. House Bill 389 would allow for pharmacists to test and treat flu and strep at the pharmacy. Peter closes the episode with a discussion of Florida's most influential politicians of the decade.
47 minutes | a year ago
On this special holiday episode of He Said, She Said, Peter and Michelle share what they're most thankful for. They are joined by State Senator Keith Perry, who represents Florida's 8th district. Perry discusses the components of his music education incentive pilot program and how transformative he believes it could be for elementary students throughout Florida. Michelle and Peter thank listeners and members of the Florida Politics community for reading, listening and supporting them. Happy Thanksgiving!
88 minutes | a year ago
In the Tiger's Den
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Michelle and Peter intro Peter's appearance at the Suncoast Tiger Bay Club. Peter joined Tampa Bay Times Political Editor Steve Contorno on a panel at Tiger Bay to make predictions for the 2020 Presidential Election, the impeachment inquiry, and a few local races. Peter and Steve trade takes on who will be the Democratic nominee, if the House or Senate will flip, and if Mayor Pete Buttigieg's meteoric rise has any legs.
47 minutes | a year ago
Special preview: Michelle's "Hallmark for the Holidays" podcast
Let it be known: Michelle Todd Schorsch loves Hallmark holiday movies. But she is far from an ordinary fan: Michelle is the host of “Hallmark for the Holidays,” a podcast that breaks down the movies where warmth, love and Christmas never ends. Each episode takes the latest offerings from the Hallmark Countdown to Christmas — now in its 10th year — and examines their unique effect on cable TV programming, a feeling of love and romance, nostalgia for a simpler time and the celebration of a seasonal spirit we welcome now — and all year round. In the premiere episode of “Hallmark for the Holidays” Michelle Schorsch — joined by her husband Peter — take a deep dive into the first movie in the 10th annual Countdown to Christmas series: “Christmas Wishes & Mistletoe Kisses.”
64 minutes | a year ago
100 Days of Schorsch
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Michelle and Peter preview the holiday season, known in their household as "100 Days of Schorsch." They run through some election talk, both Florida-based and national, and then get into the meat of the episode - pop culture. Our hosts break down the new Apple TV Plus streaming service and the hot new shows on Amazon Prime and HBO.
95 minutes | a year ago
Family talk with Anthony Pedicini
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Michelle and Peter get back in the studio after a month-long hiatus. They talk about the loss of Michelle's father, their recent trip to Tallahassee for FSU's homecoming and the upcoming legislative session. They welcome their good friend and Florida political consultant Anthony Pedicini to talk Florida politics, upcoming campaigns to watch for 2020 and media misconceptions about campaigning. Michelle shares the idea for her upcoming new podcast, Hallmark for the Holidays.
73 minutes | a year ago
Remember Benjamin Todd. With former Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Peter and Michelle return after a brief hiatus following the unexpected passing of Michelle's father. They welcome their friend and former Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn for a wide-ranging episode on topics both local and national. They talk Tampa politics and how they've grown up over the years, Buckhorn's future plans and even a bit about Rays baseball. Buckhorn shares his thoughts on the direction of the Democratic Party nationally and what lessons the party can learn from the 2018 Florida gubernatorial race.
115 minutes | a year ago
After Dorian with Nikki Fried, Jared Moskowitz, Shevrin Jones and Babycycle's Torrie Jasuwan
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Peter and Michelle recap Hurricane Dorian with some of the major players in Florida, including Agricultural Commissioner Nikki Fried and Director of Florida’s Division of Emergency Management, Jared Moskowitz. They speak with Rep. Shevrin Jones, who gives the perspective of people on the ground and Babycycle's Torrie Jasuwan, who shares the biggest donation needs of families in the Bahamas, including pack 'n plays for children to sleep in.
89 minutes | 2 years ago
A Galaxy's Edge Not Far, Far Away: Touring Disney's highly anticipated new attraction, including an interview with Disney VP Adam Babington
On this episode of He Said, She Said, the Schorsches preview Galaxy's Edge, the 14-acre, billion dollar Star Wars expansion of Disney's Hollywood Studios. They interview Disney VP Adam Babington, the production crew and a few creative geniuses behind Disney's latest big unveiling. One of Michelle and Peter's interviews even gets interrupted by the First Order.
109 minutes | 2 years ago
Gwen Graham looks back at 2018, looks forward to 2020. Plus the latest from Disney's #D23
On Women's Equality Day, Michelle and Peter welcome former U.S. Representative and Florida gubernatorial candidate Gwen Graham to the podcast. Graham gets down to brass tacks, fielding tough questions from Michelle and Peter about the future of Florida politics, female candidates, and her feelings about Andrew Gillum and Gov. Ron DeSantis. Our hosts debut Winners & Losers of Florida Politics, a new segment they may or may not have openly stolen from the paper formerly known as the St. Petersburg Times.
140 minutes | 2 years ago
An important update from our family; Burying the hatchet with Adam Smith; Peak TV not over
On this episode of He Said, She Said, Michelle and Peter get back into the swing of things with their first podcast of the new school year. They welcome former Political Editor of the Tampa Bay Times, Adam Smith. Since Adam's move to the private sector, these former enemies have buried the hatchet and sit down for a great conversation about local politics, Mayor Jane Castor's campaign, and much more. Michelle and Peter open up about a big change for Ella this school year.
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