Ashley Goudeau Biography
Ashley Goudeau is an American journalist working as an anchor as well as a reporter for KVUE in Austin, Texas.
In the wake of moving on from North Shore Senior High School in Houston, Texas, Goudeau went to Sam Houston State University in Huntsville where she considered communicate news-casting at the Dan Rather School of Communications. She graduated cum laude and filled in as a grapple and journalist for KSHU 7 News while at SHSU.
At the point when she’s not pursuing news, Goudeau appreciates cooking, investing energy with her family and doing network administration with her sorority, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
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Ashley Goudeau Career | Ashley Goudeau KVUE
Ashley Goudeau is a columnist and grapples at KVUE in Austin, Texas.
On the most recent day of her sophomore year of secondary school, Goudeau’s reality history instructor disclosed to her she would be a TV journalist.
He said her flexibility and capacity to hit up a discussion with anybody would help make her an incredible columnist. Turns out, he was correct.
Emmy Award-winning writer Goudeau said she is honored to be a piece of the KVUE newsgroup, serving the general population of Austin, Texas.
Goudeau fills in as KVUE’s Midday stay and as KVUE’s political correspondent.
In 2015, Goudeau’s work on the destructive South by Southwest accident was respected by the Texas Associated Press. That year she was likewise named an Emerging Business Leader by the Greater Austin Black Chamber of Commerce.
The City of Austin has consistently had an uncommon spot in her heart. It was there that she previously built up her affection for news coverage.
Her folks moved to Austin not long after she was conceived. Growing up, she would routinely call relatives in Baytown, Texas to direct “news interviews.”
Her “enormous break” came in 2006 when she was contracted to be a task manager for KIAH in Houston, Texas. A couple of months after the fact, Central Texas came calling. She turned into a correspondent at KCEN HD News to main stories in Waco, Temple, and Killeen.
At KCEN she secured a variety of stories from breaking news to prominent homicide cases to Baylor sports. Goudeau was one of the principal correspondents to react to the November 5, 2009 slaughter on Fort Hood. She gave nonstop live inclusion to KCEN, yet additionally MSNBC.
In November 2011, she earned an Emmy grant from the Lone Star Emmy Chapter for a story she composed and delivered on individuals who hack into video infant screen frameworks.
Ashley Goudeau sat down with Texas lawmakers to discuss the 86th legislative session | KVUE
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Mayor Pete Buttigieg leads in fundraising among Democratic presidential candidates
Campaign season is ramping up, and this week we’re getting a look at how much money candidates and Political Action Committees (PACs) are raising.
While money isn’t the only factor in a successful campaign, it’s something every candidate needs and, in terms of the Democratic presidential candidate debates, is used to determine who qualifies.
Both of the well-known candidates from Texas should qualify for the next debate. Former U.S. Secretary of Housing Julian Castro raised $2.8 million in the second quarter. Former Congressman Beto O’Rourke’s campaign reported he raised $3.6 million from April 1 to June 30.
But there is a large gap between what Castro and O’Rourke brought in compared to the top fundraisers this quarter.
South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg raised more than any other Democrat, bringing in $24.9 million in the second quarter. Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign reports he raised $21.5 million this quarter. It’s also worth noting Biden announced his campaign at the end of April when the quarter had already started.
But all Democrats trail behind President Donald Trump, who, according to ABC News partner FiveThirtyEight, raised $26.5 million in the second quarter.
Statewide, Texas Governor Greg Abbott added to his war chest, raising $12.1 million from June 17 to June 30.
On a local level, the City of Austin’s campaign finance reports reveals who’s funding PACs that want to sway policy.
The PAC “Fair Play Austin” – which opposes the construction of McKalla Stadium, where Austin’s first Major League Soccer team will play – was mostly funded by Bobby Epstein, who heads the Circuit of the Americas and owns the soccer team that plays at COTA, Austin Bold FC.
The PAC behind a petition calling for a vote on any future convention center expansion, Unconventional Austin, is largely funded by two members of the Austin Tourism Commission, Brian Rodgers and Bill Bunch. Bunch is also the executive director of the Save Our Springs Alliance.
After the group filed the petition, Mayor Steve Adler released a statement putting out a call to find out who was behind it. He said the PAC’s efforts mislead the public and oppose public priorities.
A statement from the PAC states there is no outside “dark money.” The city clerk is still validating the names on the petition to determine what happens next.