Newsom Recall: County Officials Want Election Held Mid-September Or LaterCounty officials from across California are weighing in when they will be ready to hold the recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom. They say they can't do it until at the earliest mid-September.
Labor Union Leaders Back Newsom In Recall Election; Launching Door-To-Door Campaign Effort California labor unions representing workers in manufacturing, retail, grocery stores, hospitality, health care and other businesses announced their support Tuesday for Gov. Gavin Newsom as he faces a likely recall election.
Gavin Newsom’s Income Went Up In 2019 During His First Year As GovernorGov. Gavin Newsom and his wife made $1.7 million in 2019 during his first year as governor, about half a million dollars more than they earned the year before, according to tax returns his campaign released Monday.
Facing A Recall Campaign; Gov. Gavin Newsom Prepares To Address California DemocratsGov. Gavin Newsom will address the Democratic Party faithful Saturday as he mounts a campaign to keep his job.
Eight Things To Know About Potential Gov. Gavin Newsom Recall ElectionCaitlyn Jenner joined a growing list of candidates seeking to replace California Gov. Gavin Newsom should voters remove him in a recall election in the midst of his first, four-year term. Here are eight things to know about the potential recall.
Recall Casts Large Shadow Over Newsom's State of the State AddressWith support for a recall election gaining momentum, Gov. Gavin Newsom will use Dodger Stadium -- a mass vaccination site -- as the backdrop for Tuesday's annual State of the State address in the hopes of drawing attention to his administration's successes in the battle against COVID-19.
California GOP Pumps $125,000 Into Recall Effort against Gov. NewsomThe California Republican Party announced Saturday it is giving $125,000 to the campaign aimed at recalling Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.
California Secretary Of State: Over 99% Of Mail-In Ballots Accepted In Presidential ElectionCalifornia election officials announced Friday that 99.4% of more than 15 million mail-in ballots were verified and counted in the November election.
Vice President Elect Kamala Harris Sends Message To Californians As She Resigns Senate Seat; 'This Is Not Goodbye'As the clock ticks down toward her historic inauguration, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has a message for Californians as she formally submitted a letter of resignation to Gov. Gavin Newsom Monday for her U.S. Senate seat.
Mother Who Lost Son To Gun Violence Will Cast San Francisco's Electoral College VoteMattie Scott, who lost her son to gun violence and became an outspoken advocate for gun control, has been chosen to cast San Francisco's vote in California's Electoral College gathering Monday.
Supreme Court Rejects Texas Bid To Overturn Election Results In Four StatesThe Supreme Court on Friday rebuffed a last-ditch attempt by Texas to block electors from four battleground states — all of which backed President-elect Joe Biden — from voting in the Electoral College.
Nearly 4 Million Bay Area Residents Voted In 2020 ElectionNearly 4 million people in the Bay Area's nine counties voted in the 2020 election, breaking voter turnout records in some. Eight of those counties reported finalizing results by Wednesday.
San Francisco Mayor Breed Says Proposition H Could Take Effect Earlier Than Jan. 1A city measure aimed at helping small businesses that was approved by more than 60 percent of San Francisco voters during this month's elections could take effect earlier than Jan. 1, Mayor London Breed said Thursday.
Lyft CEO John Zimmer On Future Of Gig Economy In Wake Of Prop 22 VictorySan Francisco Bay Area ride-share giant Lyft scored a major victory when California voters passed Proposition 22, allowing app-based companies to treat drivers as contractors instead of employees and saving the company from what many anticipated would be crippling expenses.
East Contra Costa Election Results: Incumbents Fall In Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley, PittsburgShifting attitudes on local police reform, development, homelessness and other issues combined to end the public service of a number of officials in Antioch, Pittsburg, Brentwood and Oakley in the wake of the November election.