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    Gavin Newson

    Seems a pretty legit shot that he gets recalled.

    Polls seem to be very tight.


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    Good or bad thing?

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    Good for republicans bad for democrats.


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    Good or bad for California? That was my question.

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    My understanding is that the Democrats arenít outing anyone else on the ticket. So if he gets recalledÖ the next highest vote getter wins the elections. Is that correct?

    Ali of people think that may be Larry Elder.


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    "But yeah...this is the BLM era and the Dems are running a mass incarceration ticket." ManRam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    Good for republicans bad for democrats.


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    Big state dems are having trouble right now, without Trump around to point to, they can't distract people from their actions, or scaremonger.
    They've recently tried to hit Larry Elder over the fact that he's pro-life, and when asked he said, "so what, I'm running for Gov I can't do anything about that anyway."

    The fact that Dems have a 2/3 majority in both houses means they can mostly ignore him too. So it's really tough to scaremonger.

    Gavin has been pretty bad for Dem's overall, he's basically ignored the state's biggest problems, and despite running on expanding medicare and a bunch of other progressive talking points, all he's delivered is a 3rd option for gender on Drivers Licences. This is with 2/3 majorities in both houses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The20thK View Post
    My understanding is that the Democrats arenít outing anyone else on the ticket. So if he gets recalledÖ the next highest vote getter wins the elections. Is that correct?

    Ali of people think that may be Larry Elder.


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    Yeah, likely is a Republican will win and what scares dems is that with that he has the power to chose a senator and the ****ing mummy that is Dianne Feinstein may die and that means a Republican senator in California and the dems tie gone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    Yeah, likely is a Republican will win and what scares dems is that with that he has the power to chose a senator and the ****ing mummy that is Dianne Feinstein may die and that means a Republican senator in California and the dems tie gone.


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    And would this be a good or bad thing for the country as a whole?

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    Quote Originally Posted by catman View Post
    And would this be a good or bad thing for the country as a whole?
    Bad because weíre back to nothing passing in Congress McConnell being in charge of the senate being an absolute obstructionist.


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    And what would be different than the way Pelosi held up everything in the house for the last 2 years? Having a split government appears to be the way that most of the country wants things to run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catman View Post
    And what would be different than the way Pelosi held up everything in the house for the last 2 years? Having a split government appears to be the way that most of the country wants things to run.
    I donít think most of the country want nothing done.


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    Then you are admitting that Pelosi was an obstructionist and was bad for the country?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    I donít think most of the country want nothing done.


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    I think they want the Congress to work together on issues they agree with but when you have one party that runs itís all commonground is hard to come by (this goes when the gop held all offices as well)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewersfan255 View Post
    I think they want the Congress to work together on issues they agree with but when you have one party that runs itís all commonground is hard to come by (this goes when the gop held all offices as well)


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    I agree. The public wants the congress to actually do something to move the country forward. We have not seen this for a very, very long time.

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    The infrastructure plan that just passed is a step in the right direction.


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