Larry Elder Confident About His Chances In Recall Election, Says Gavin Newsom Will Be ‘Out Of Here’

The California recall election is now just two weeks away and Larry Elder is feeling confident about his chances to unseat Gavin Newsom.

One of the reasons Elder is optimistic is because it seems like the people of California genuinely want a change.

Newsom’s leadership has been a disaster for the state. Homelessness is out of control, as is crime in many places.

FOX News reports:

California gubernatorial candidate Elder confident Newsom will lose in recall: ‘He’ll be out of here’

California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder explained on “Sunday Morning Futures” why he believes embattled Gov. Gavin Newsom “will be out of here” by September 14.

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Elder slammed the governor on Sunday for the surge in crime and homelessness in the state as well as the coronavirus shutdowns, which he argued led to a third of all California small businesses shutting down for good.

Elder made the comments as ballots are being sent to voters for California’s gubernatorial recall election of Newsom. In some counties, ballot drop boxes are already open and some election offices are available for early voting, ahead of the Sept. 14 contest.

The 22 million registered voters in the nation’s most populous state have started to receive their ballots amid a surge in campaign activity, as the Republican replacement candidates stepped up their attacks on the Democratic governor and Newsom kicked into higher gear his efforts to encourage Democrats and other supporters to cast ballots.

Most of the latest surveys indicate that Elder, a conservative talk radio host, who jumped into the race about a month ago, is the front-runner among the gubernatorial replacement candidates.

This is the race to watch right now. Elder could actually pull this off.

We will know in about two weeks.

 

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