California Recall

This section lists media, elected officials, individuals, and organizations that announced support or opposition for the recall of Newsom after the signature filing deadline. Regardless of party affiliation everyone agrees what the major problems are in California. "I’m a entertainer and small business owner born and raised in Los Angeles, Ca. I’m fed up with elites, celebrities, and career politicians who normally run for office and I wanted to see first hand what it would take for a regular person to run for office."

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Reality television star and retired Olympic gold medalist Caitlyn Jenner has raised more than $330,000, a modest haul. But Jenner has benefited greatly from a crush of national media attention since announcing her candidacy, despite a May poll showing she has anemic support among California voters. Al Jazeera’s Rob Reynolds, reporting from Los Angeles on Tuesday, said Democrats at the national level have been focusing strongly on the recall election.

Expect to hear comparisons between the last successful California recall — which put Schwarzenegger in office in 2003 — and today. California was still a blue state two decades ago, but Schwarzenegger ran on local issues. Larry Elder, the leading Republican this time, really leaned into the national culture war. The California secretary of state will certify the election results on the 38th day after the election. If a majority votes no on the recall, Gavin Newsom will remain governor.

  • First, cities have a perverse incentive not to build housing because retail generates more lucrative sales tax revenue.
  • That’s why he supports regulatory streamlining to make it easier for the private sector to produce these housing units, and will work with our corporate partners to create workforce housing serving middle-class families and moderate income households.
  • The campaign has deployed 700 staffers to organize the nation’s largest state.
  • Gonzalez’s measure would create a buffer zone of 3,200 feet between new oil and gas wells and homes, schools, hospitals and other “sensitive” sites.
  • California was still a blue state two decades ago, but Schwarzenegger ran on local issues.
  • COVID-19 and the strict policies impacting Californians offered the effort momentum.

The ads below are organized by whether the ad is in support or opposition to the recall question. According to final reports filed by January 31, 2022, 20 committees were registered to support a "No" vote on the recall. According to final reports filed by January 31, 2022, nine committees were registered to support a "Yes" vote on the recall.

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In a state dominated for decades by a single political party, it’s common for incumbents to duck difficult issues — and even to refuse to answer any questions about their views. With only term limits likely to get in the way of their reelection, Democratic officeholders often see being bland and low-key as a safe and obvious strategy in an election year. Though he’s widely been expected to win a second term in November since crushing a recall campaign a year ago, he has taken bold stands in recent months.

Gavin Newsom Recall, Governor Of California 2019

Newsom said it was crucial to help mentally ill people “at an earlier stage before they deteriorate over repeated crises.” Supporters contend the CARE approach is more humane than the alternatives of conservatorships, hospitalization or incarceration. There are major questions, but the need to keep Diablo Canyon open is plain. Despite promises by PG&E in 2016 that the plant’s closure would not lead to energy supply problems, it remains crucial to keeping lights on in the nation’s largest state. It’s not lost on elected officials that Gov. Gray Davis was recalled in 2003 — the only California governor to face such a fate — largely because of his inability to prevent blackouts.

Opinion: The Closure Of A Chula Vista Park That Became A Homeless Camp Needs To Be A Campaign Issue

These brazen crimes tell me that some of our policies, even if they are well intentioned, are creating the wrong environment. A California where families can buy homes, take vacations, save for retirement and for their kids’ educations. We have the most beautiful state in the union, and we should match it with the best government. “My family came to California in 1853 and flourished in the rough-and-tumble Gold Rush economy. I’m forever thankful for this state and I’m fully committed to a future as bright as our past. But we are so far removed from the freewheeling environment that attracted the dreamers of ’49.

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I’ll unleash the power of our faith-based organizations to do what they do best – help people. A place of affordable housing, good jobs, safe communities and endless opportunity. Now we face a real challenge that has been poorly managed, or worse, ignored for years.

As Governor, he will encourage businesses to become creators, not just consumers of talent by partnering with our community colleges and establishing 500,000 earn-and-learn apprenticeships by 2029, creating a new vocational education pipeline of high-skill workers. In an increasingly global world, apprenticeships provide the education and training necessary to prepare Californians for the jobs of today and tomorrow. These unique partnerships between business, labor, government and the educational community expand opportunity for Californians in growing sectors like advanced manufacturing, energy, health, information technology and hospitality. Gavin Newsom has not yet completed Ballotpedia's 2022 Candidate Connection survey. Ballotpedia is seeking 100 percent participation so voters can learn more about all the candidates on their ballots.

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