Things are going Newsom's way on the recall, but polls don't show it's helping all that much, columnist Tom Elias says.
Circumstances favor California Gov. Gavin Newsom as recall election looms but three crises could have an effect, columnist Dan Walters says.
Gov. Gavin Newsom repeatedly chants that California is "roaring back" from pandemic, but ignores the state's stubborn socioeconomic problems, columnist Dan Walters says.
All the major candidates trying to oust Gov. Gavin Newsom and replace him are Republicans, but some wear different stripes, columnist George Skelton says.
We don't kick students out of school for a C average, columnist George Skelton says.
Those calling for the recall of Gavin Newsom are often not in any position to cast stones, columnist Tom Elias says.
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California Democrats gambled by accelerating the date for the state's Sept. 14 recall election that could cost Gov. Gavin Newsom his job.
Current events in Washington and California prove again that politicians change the rules of politics to gain advantage, columnist Dan Walters says.
Polls show that Orange County, once a GOP stronghold, is shifting blue - and is unlikely to support recalling the governor, columnist Tom Elias says.
Newsom's newfound focus on mental health could help ease the homelessness epidemic — it he keeps it up, columnist Tom Elias says.
Critics see the "vaccine lottery" and proposed tax rebate checks as part of the governor's efforts to fight the recall. Newsom says they are nothing of the sort.
Things are going well in California and polls show the governor in a good position, so the sooner the vote happens, the better for Newsom, columnist Mark Z. Barabak says.
Even if unsuccessful, the recall may remind the dominant Democrats that not all Californians are super-lefty columnist Tom Elias says.
Gov. Gavin Newsom and First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom made $1.7 million and paid $712,000 in state and federal taxes in 2019. His campaign says state law requires recall challengers to release their returns.
Recall proponents would need every non-Democratic vote to come close to deposing Newsom, columnist Tom Elias says.
State Sen. Steve Glazer, D-Orinda, floated the idea of an earlier vote on Twitter last week, saying the best way to beat this "reckless recall" is to have an early election.
Gov. Newsom is proposing to spend California's $100 billion windfall on schools, small businesses, homelessness and more, while campaigning against the recall at the same time.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom boasts of a $75.7 billion state budget surplus, but the Legislature's budget analyst says the true surplus is half that size, columnist Dan Walters says.
“All politics is loco,” the New York Times headlined during California’s 2003 recall campaign. It's still true, columnist Tom Elias says.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom's $100 billion "California Comeback Plan" might help him beat a recall effort, columnist Dan Walters says.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom loves to show off and his latest example is the elaborate rollout of a revised state budget that he touts as historic and transformational, columnist Dan Walters says.