How California’s recall election process works

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) will face Republican front-runner Larry Elder on Sept. 14 in the state’s first recall election since 2003, spelling consequences for Democrats nationally.

Elder is a conservative radio talk show host who has been gaining the most traction among conservative voters. In a UC Berkeley poll, he got 18 percent of likely voters; the most of any GOP candidate. He’s a Trump supporter who opposes abortion and vaccine and mask mandates, and has made controversial and false statements, including questioning whether women know as much as men and once saying that employers should be allowed to ask women if they plan to have children. Read more: Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

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  1. Thank you left wing lunatics in Cali who are sending more of your job creators to Arizona, Texas, Tennessee, and Florida. We profit off your stupidity!! LMAO

  2. “We have put together the most extensive and inclusive Voter Fraud organisation in the history of American politics “ Democrat candidate admit how they “win” elections.

  3. Baseless claims of election fraud huh??.. do your research .. already been an alarming number of voters being told they had already voted.. is it a coincidence they were republican voters?????????????

  4. Remember it's not about the personalities it's about the principle of the recall. Over 2 million people put their names on the recall ballot oh, so there is a character issue that needs addressed in the California governor's office.

  5. The majority of people in CA are marxists…keep newsom and let them suffer… hows those gas prices west coast communists ..hahahahaha..thank your president for that !!

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