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Newsom Reveals He Is ‘Worried’ About Recall Effort Gaining Steam in California




The Governor of California Gavin Newsom (D) said he was trying to take her seriously, and “will fight this matter.”

While a recent Emerson poll found that only 38% of California voters said they supported the recall of Newsom, the governor said he was not dismissing the effort.

In a show on ABC’s “The View” on Tuesday, Newsom said California voters successfully remembered the former governor in 2003.

“Am I worried about it? Of course, I’m worried about it,” Newsom said. “The nature of these things, the ascending or descending question, the zero-sum nature of the question. is challenging, it’s annoying. ”

He continued, “We take this seriously. I have to do my job every single day. But I will fight this thing because I will fight for California values ​​and the things I love, and I think most Californians, regardless of their political drawings, value that. “

Newsom said the recall effort prior to the COVID-19 outbreak and claimed that “goes to our values.”

“It’s not so much about me and more about California and our values ​​… Democratic Party values,” Newsom said as he claimed supporters of the effort were reminded to oppose many of the policies promoted by the Democratic Party .

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The governor launched a new website on Monday was designed to combat the recall effort and solicit donations.

He claimed that the push was driven by “anti-vaxxers, QAnon conspiracy theorists, anti-immigrant activists, and Trump supporters.”

The recall effort faces a deadline to submit 1.5 million signatures to begin the recall election. As of Wednesday, the RecallGavin2020 Committee revealed that it had received more than 2 million signatures.

In addition, it said that “1,871,573 signatures were pre-verified internally by an outside third party vendor.”

Like NPR reports, “If the signatures are verified, Californians may be asked to vote on maintaining or removing Newsom later this year, with a simple majority required for recall.”


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