Canada US: The California Democratic Governor manages to stay in his position

10:35  15 september  2021
10:35  15 september  2021 Source:   lefigaro.fr

with California, the "great lie" of Trump settles in the American elections

 with California, the © Robyn Beck The Republican candidate as governor of California Larry Elder after his defeat, on September 14, 2021 in Costa Mesa, in California if he finally called his supporters to be "good losers", the Republican candidate Larry Elder had denounced, like Donald Trump, "fraud" even before the referendum against the Governor of the California, a sign that The reflex of the electoral electoral "great lie" is anchored in the United States.

California Governor Gavin Newsom appears to have survived a rare state -wide vote to remove him with a clear majority, US media report. Republicans launched the election over his handling of the pandemic. The Democrat , currently in the third year of his four-year term, had faced a field of 46 candidates, and was expected to win by a large margin. With the largest state population in the US , California has some 22 million registered voters and the fifth largest global economy. The Golden State has been firmly Democratic in national elections, but the state does have large Republican regions.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) will remain in office after defeating an effort to recall him in an apparent landslide, according to several news networks that called the race within the first hour after polls closed on Tuesday evening. Moreover, as Elder was being attacked in racist terms — including in Newsom’s presence — the governor did not disavow the views of his supporters, nor did he condemn a violent racial attack against Elder. Should Newsom seek higher office — as many have long assumed he would — his silence will be likely fodder for future Democratic Party primary opponents.

Le gouverneur de Californie Gavin Newsom s'exprime dans la soirée de mardi au quartier général du parti démocrate de Californie à Sacramento. © Fred Greaves / Reuters The governor of California Gavin Newsom speaks in the evening of Tuesday at the California Democrat Headquarters in Sacramento.

The Governor of California, Gavin Newsom succeeded on Tuesday to retain his post after a majority of voters rejected the revocation procedure aimed at removing it from office before the end of his term. Newsom has campaigned around the values ​​of the Democratic Party, reminiscent of the challenge caused by the coronavirus pandemic and the threat of seeing a trumpic candidate replace it.

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This victory sees California, the most populous state of the country, stay under the control of the Democrats. "The" No "is not the only thing that has been expressed tonight," said Newsom in a press conference. "We said yes to science, we said yes to the vaccines, we said yes to put an end to this pandemic."

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California 's Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday became the second state governor in US history to defeat a recall aimed at removing him from office early. Voters had been called to the ballot box to decide whether or not to recall the Democrat governor . What is the vote for? The recall process has been questioned over its cost and quirkiness. Voters are first asked if they think Newsom should stay in power, and then asked who they think should replace him if not. Newsom has to win over 50% of the first votes to keep his job. If he fails to, then whichever challenger receives the most votes

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In case of defeat, a Republican governor would have replaced Newsom at the head of this democratic state. The reminder procedure has been triggered by Newsom's policy critics in the face of the pandemic, reflecting the US profound division around the measures to be adopted to stop it.

The Republicans hoped that the frustrations of the public after months of containment measures would suffice to overthrow Newsom. They also relied on the lassitude of more than a decade of Democrat government in California. They had won four seats in the House of Representatives in the November election, a sign of the erosion of the Democrat advance.

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"This is about California losing business; this is about California losing jobs," Elder said at a recent news conference. "It is about our poor government -- schools where our kids were already behind a whole year, now they are behind another year, because Gavin Newsom ignored science and shut down schools even when the ( US Centers for Disease Control and That same month, Newsom attended an unmasked birthday dinner at the elite Napa Valley restaurant The French Laundry while urging Californians to stay home and avoid gatherings outside their households to stop the spread of Covid.

Democratic California Governor Gavin Newsom faced sharp criticism for his strict safety measures during the pandemic, which fueled his recall opposition. However, recent polls show Newsom with a distinct advantage over his opponents.

Voters had to decide on two questions: Should Gavin Newsom be reminded and, if so, which must replace it. Only some of the 46 names appearing on the newsletter were known to the public. The Curator Radio Facilitator Larry Elder had a considerable advance on the second question and seemed almost certain to win if the reminder had succeeded. His candidacy allowed Newsom to transform the campaign into a choice between the two personalities, rather than a referendum on its performance. He described his opponent of "more extreme than Trump".

In 2003, a similar procedure had resulted in the debt of the Governor in place, propring to actor Arnold Schwarzenegger to his governor position.

Newsom also saved his chances of becoming a democratic candidate at a next presidential election. But it is likely to meet rapidly in a new ballot against Elder, the election of the governor taking place next year.

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