Calif. Republican Party to hold virtual endorsement meeting in governor recall election

Calif. Republican Party to hold virtual endorsement meeting
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From left, Republican candidates for California Governor John Cox, Kevin Faulconer, Kevin Kiley and Doug Ose participate in a debate at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021, in Yorba Linda, Calif. California Gov. Gavin Newsom faces a Sept. 14 recall election that could remove him from office. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

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UPDATED 2:38 PM PT – Friday, August 6, 2021

The California Republican Party is set to decide which candidate they’ll endorse in the state’s gubernatorial recall election. Conservative radio talk show host Larry Elder has been leading in the polls in the race to recall and replace Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom. Elder is one of four GOP candidates the California Republican Party has considered endorsing in the recall election.

Kevin Faulconer could also potentially win the support of the California GOP. The former San Diego mayor has slammed Newsom over his handling of the pandemic and has pointed to his record as he vows to tackle the many issues Californians are facing.

In addition, State Assemblyman Kevin Kiley is also being considered. As well as, former California Congressman Doug Ose who stressed government overreach needs to stop.

The California GOP is slated to hold a virtual meeting on Saturday to decide which candidate they will endorse in the Sept. 14 election. A candidate must win 60 percent of the party’s votes to be endorsed, otherwise no endorsement will be made.

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