On September 14, the recall elections will be held where it will be decided whether or not Governor Newsom will continue to carry out his duties.
Of the 46 candidates for governor, we present to you the proposals of three Republicans seeking to replace the governor.
The businessman was recently in San Francisco where he spoke about his public safety plan emphasizing his opposition to decriminalization and early release of people in prison.
Cox is also against withdrawing funds from law enforcement agencies, in other sharp contrasts with Newsom, if he became governor, the Republican says he would change state policy on the cost of housing, the homeless, taxes, health care, education and forest fires. It would also boost the state’s water resources.
“We are going to have water, electricity and fires under control,” he said.
In 2018, Cox lost to Newsom in the gubernatorial race.
The Republican state assemblyman says that gaining the trust of Californians is one of his main goals, and one of the ways to do so is by immediately ending state and local orders issued by Newsom around the pandemic.
The legislator also opposes imposed water restrictions and supports the construction of water storage structures.
“A fixed amount from our state budget will go towards increasing our water supply,” he explained.
A total of 46 candidates are participating in the impeachment of Governor Newsom that will take place on September 14.
Olympic champion and reality TV star “Caitlyn Jenner” says she seeks to revolutionize traditional ways of doing politics.
Jenner has accused Governor Newsom of responding to corporate interests, assuring that the state capital, Sacramento, needs an honest leader with a clear vision and that she is a proven winner and the only outsider who can end Newsom’s disastrous government.
On its campaign website, it lists solutions such as reducing state regulations, leading the state’s economic recovery after the pandemic, addressing the homelessness crisis, affordable housing, and vetoing any tax increases.