In just over six weeks, California voters will decide whether or not to recall Governor Gavin Newsom. It’s a process that happened quickly after California’s new Secretary of State was sworn in.
In just over six weeks California voters will decide whether or not to recall Governor Gavin Newsom. It’s a process that happened quickly after California’s new Secretary of State was sworn in. KTVU's Greg Lee reports.
From business owners to lawyers to farmers and TV personalities — meet the 46 candidates running in California's recall election.
John Arntz is the director of elections for the county and city of San Francisco. Once the Lieutenant Governor set the date for the gubernatorial recall election, Arntz and other election chiefs statewide began staffing up and doing the work they usually have more than a year to do—in just weeks.
A poll conducted by Emerson College shows that Gov. Gavin Newsom is losing ground in his recall election.
Caitlyn Jenner’s earnings have fallen precipitously in the last several years from a high of $2.5 million in 2016 when she had her own reality TV show to $550,000, tax filings show.
Conservative talk radio host Larry Elder has filed a lawsuit challenging a decision by California election officials to block him from running in the state’s Sept. 14 recall election, saying he’s the target of political “shenanigans” by Sacramento Democrats.
Conservative radio talk show host Larry Elder wasn't on the list released by the Secretary of State of candidates who met the requirements to be placed on the Sept. 14 ballot.
The official list of who's running in California's recall election of Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom remained unsettled Sunday, with talk radio host Larry Elder maintaining he should be included and state officials giving no details as to why he wasn't.
California Governor Gavin Newsom, who is facing a recall election in September, will not be allowed to have his political party affiliation next to his name on the ballot after being denied by a state Superior Court judge on Monday.
California has scheduled a Sept. 14 recall election that could oust Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom from office. The date was set after election officials certified that enough valid petition signatures had been turned in to qualify the election for the ballot.
The lawsuit against Secretary of State Shirley Weber, a fellow Democrat, came after Newsom’s campaign failed to file the appropriate paperwork.
Democrats want the option to speed things up to take advantage of what they see as favorable conditions for Newsom.
Only 43 people withdrew their names from the petition, but there were still more than enough signatures to meet the 1.5 million threshold.
California's county elections officials are urging the lieutenant governor not to schedule the expected recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom before mid-September.
It's near certain Newsom will face a special election this year, but the question now, is when? Many analysts have estimated a November election, but now an earlier timeline is being floated.
California's largest state worker union approved a $1 million donation Wednesday to help Gov. Gavin Newsom fight the recall in an emergency vote that some members said would cause friction in the union amid a leadership shakeup.