recall election

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I wanted to be measured before making conclusions about the California recall election results but alas, so many have instantly weighed in with hyperbolic conclusions so I hope to give a few insights that may temper some of the more extreme conclusions being made about the election result. No, this …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for September 12 through September 18 include unemployment fraud, street closures, and the recall election. Top Ten Stories for September 12 through September 18 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Former inmate sentenced to five years …continue reading

Newman (D-Fullerton) piles up five bills - and each of them is designed “to reflect the kind of pragmatic policy [he] came to office to create.”

State Senator Josh Newman (D-Fullerton) will introduce two constitutional amendment proposals to increase the number of signatures required to trigger a recall election and to have California’s lieutenant governor finish the governor’s term if a recall is successful. Senator Newman plans to introduce both bills on January 3, the first …continue reading

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Dear Editor, The far right has difficulty winning elections in California these days. In lieu of moderating their positions to better reflect the mainstream electorate, the new strategy of the resistance movement seems to be the taxpayer-funded recall. It didn’t work out well for Larry Elder, who has zero chance …continue reading

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The Dhillon Law Group, Inc. (@dhillonlaw), on behalf of California voters Carla Endow, Lisa Long, and Marllus Gandrud, filed a motion to intervene in the lawsuit A.W. Clark v. Weber, which seeks to render California’s recall election of Governor Gavin Newsom unconstitutional while over a million ballots have already been …continue reading