In a 70-minute interview, the state assemblymember explains why he won’t criticize Republicans, blames Gov. Newsom for COVID deaths and says a successful recall could change everything.
While Gov. Newsom brags about students returning to classrooms, an EdSource report found many districts are experiencing a massive uptick in chronic absenteeism.
While Larry Elder clearly led all replacement candidates in the California recall election, he finished far behind none of the above. Millions left that question blank —exactly what Gov. Gavin Newsom and Democrats wanted.
Democratic lawmakers unveiled plans to overhaul the recall rules enshrined in California’s constitution — a move that did not go over well with Republicans.
Gov. Gavin Newsom made the California recall a partisan contest, and Republican elected officials had an embarrassing showing. Larry Elder, on the other hand, is the new power in the GOP.
Gov. Newsom’s robust defeat of the recall gives him a head start in the 2022 gubernatorial election.
In the new episode of “Gimme Shelter: The California Housing Crisis Podcast.” CalMatters’ Manuela Tobias and the Los Angeles Times’ Liam Dillon walk through the recall candidates’ housing plans. They are joined by Moira O’Neill, a UC Berkeley researcher, who explains why scrapping CEQA isn’t the silver bullet to California’s housing woes.
Challengers in the Newsom recall election are making CEQA a villain. But experts say that the landmark environmental law is only one of many tools used to block housing.
En resumen Algunos candidatos republicanos a la revocación dicen que usarían el poder de emergencia para aprobar su agenda y tratarían de persuadir a la Legislatura Demócrata. Read this article in English. Los republicanos que se postulan para reemplazar al gobernador demócrata Gavin Newsom en las elecciones revocatorias han hablado de hacer algunos cambios importantes en […]
As the recall election approaches, competition between — and media coverage of — Gov. Gavin Newsom and Larry Elder is heating up.