Republican field from a conservative talk radio host. Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom May Be Dismissed in California’s Recall He drew national headlines, attracted enthusiastic fans to his rally, and quickly deposited millions in banks for his first campaign.
The vote ended on Tuesday, suggesting that Newsom has a solid advantage in holding his job. Still, whether winning or losing, the elder Starturn within the party was looking for a groundbreaking candidate for a long-suffering Republican after failing to win a state-wide race in 15 years. Encourages you to talk about his political future in a powerful democracy.
Aiming to become the state’s first black governor, the elders outperform Republican rivals in voting by listening to a conservative, liberal message that does not appeal to many moderate or liberal voters. I succeeded in doing so. He runs as an outsider and is not going to change his strategy on the closing day of the contest, guarding a group of Democrats across the spectrum, including environmentalists, women’s advocates, and fellow blacks.
When asked on Wednesday whether to consider a 2022 rematch with Newsom if a Democratic incumbent survived the recall, the elder did not prominently answer directly. Newsom has already said he intends to aim for the second term.
The direction he takes is ultimately influenced by what happens in the elections-upset wins push him into the national spotlight, and weaker shows than expected his in the party and future outlook. It may weaken the talk about the impact.
The 69-year-old lawyer and writer has emerged as a current Republican celebrity by adopting an aggressive style that has been honed for decades on talk radio. He relentlessly attacked Newsom and his treatment of pandemics and progressive policies on immigration, climate change and other issues.
The elder called this race a long shot from the beginning. The Democratic Party holds all positions throughout the state, controls the state legislature and parliamentary delegations, and boasts an almost two-to-one advantage among registered voters.
“I think he’s building a movement,” said Republican consultant John Pechon.
Pechon, who advised rival Republican candidate Doug Ose before a former member of the House resigned for health reasons, said in the elders’ campaign, “grassroots means he will keep running no matter what happens next week. There is an element of. “
Republican fundraiser Charles Moran has been absent from GOP for years in a high-profile race in California (Surfing) Republicans we haven’t seen in a while,” Moran said. “That’s why I think there’s something more about this … it was a rocket launch for him.”
During the campaign, the elder has not shaken his position. He is still a stubborn supporter of former California (Surfing) outside his conservative base. He is critical of the groundbreaking Roe v. Wade decision on abortion and supports the expansion of oil mining in step with the majority of voters in the state.
He spoke against the minimum wage, was critical of gun control, and promised to remove the state’s vaccine and mask obligations.
Elder’s campaign has garnered support from his 2 million followers on social media, the remnants of the Trump coalition, and the evangelicals, which together represent a modest slice of San Diego (Surfing) mayor Kevin Faulconer, who is trying to raise awareness of his name outside his hometown, and businessman John Cox, who lost a landslide to Newsom in 2018. Benefited from the Republican field.
However, the elders’ campaign was also controversial.
Former fiancé said the elder was emotionally abusive In their relationship. Elders disagree with America’s notion of institutional racism and are critical of Black Lives Matter, a position that has confronted many other blacks.
In a July interview with conservative political commentator Candace Owens, the elder said he could “argue” that slave owners and slaves were obliged to pay reparations after the Civil War. His reason was that the government robbed the owner of his “property.”
The elder is on a state bus tour on the last day of the campaign. His challenge is to extend his support beyond those who voted for Trump. The former president won 6 million votes in Republican presidential candidates, but more than 34% of the state’s overall vote share in Joe Biden’s landslide victory.
Recent polls by the nonpartisan California Institute for Public Policy Only 39% of people supported his expulsion as to whether to remove Newsom, the first important question of the recall. This number is in close agreement with the voting share of GOP candidates in recent state-wide races. In 2018, Republicans looking for a top office couldn’t break 40% of the votes. This represents the upper limit for Republicans and conservative moderates. Independence.
Among the deeply divided voters, “The challenge for Republican candidates is … how do you appeal to moderate and nonpartisan voters enough to make up for his highly democratic state differences? “?” Said pollster Mark Baldassarre, director of the Policy Research Institute.