In less than a month, Californians will decide whether they agree the current Governor Gavin Newsom should remain in power or not. All voters should receive ballots for the Sept. 14 election in their mailbox by this week.
California, dominated by Democratic politics, has long led the nation in chasing liberal aspirations.
The leading Republican candidates to replace the Democratic governor all promise to bring sweeping changes to California’s 40 million residents. They support policies that favor business over labor and lower levels of taxation. They say the state should follow Florida’s lead on COVID-19, avoiding any mask and vaccine mandates.