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Kevin Faulconer releases statement on New Majority’s endorsement of campaign

Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer – the leading candidate to recall Gavin Newsom – released the following statement on New Majority’s endorsement of his common sense campaign for Governor of California:

“I am proud to have the endorsement of New Majority, a group that has championed fiscally responsible leadership that California desperately needs. Our campaign continues to build clear momentum as we remain focused on providing common sense solutions to help middle class families across our state. Together, we will turn the page on one-party rule in Sacramento and begin a real California Comeback.”

New Majority Endorses Kevin Faulconer for Governor in California Recall Election

New Majority announced its endorsement of Kevin Faulconer for Governor in the upcoming election to recall and replace Governor Gavin Newsom. The endorsement comes after a vote of the New Majority membership.

“Kevin is our best hope to get California back on track,” said Howard Hakes, Chairman of New Majority. “He has a solid record of solving big problems like homelessness and crime, while creating jobs as Mayor of San Diego. Kevin is an experienced, principled leader who has shown he can work across party lines to build consensus around key issues. We are thrilled to support Kevin for Governor and we encourage others to do the same.”

The California statewide election to recall and replace Governor Gavin Newsom will take place on Tuesday, September 14, 2021.

The New Majority is one of the largest political organizations in California. Through education and contributions, it seeks to inform its membership and contributes resources to Republican and other philosophically aligned candidates and issues that share its mission. More information about New Majority can be found here.

This article was released by Faulconer for Governor 2021.

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  1. Sorry Mr. Faulconer, but you are NOT (and never were) the leading candidate to recall the absolutely awful Gavin Newsom.

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