December 3, 2021

California Recall: Republicans, Democrats make campaign push in San Francisco Bay Area ahead of September election

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — With simply 20 days left till Californians head to the polls for the recall election, many of the candidates are working full pace ahead in direction of the end line.

There have been two Republican contenders in the Bay Area on Wednesday.

The primary was former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer held a rally in the East Bay, the place he acquired an endorsement from Crime Victims United.

Caitlyn Jenner was in San Francisco touring the town’s Tenderloin District.

She talked about all the things from homelessness, to drug habit and fixing the economic system.

“If you have lower taxes, less regulations, build a pro business environment. I believe in the people of California, not the people in Sacramento,” Jenner stated.

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Jenner has struggled to realize traction in the polls. She says the problems are what matter and believes voters are sick of the insurance policies of governor newsom.

“We need to come up with solutions and we need to do it fast or to be honest with you this won’t be the Golden State any longer,” she stated.

Whereas Jenner was in San Francisco, throughout the bay in Oakland, a number of Democrats got here out to help Gov. Gavin Newsom and assault his opponents.

High of their listing was GOP frontrunner Larry Elder.

“Is perpetuating anti-vaxxer conspiracy theorists. He believes climate change is a hoax. He wants to take us back to the 1950s,” stated Assemblywoman Buffy Wicks.

Democrats like Oakland Mayor Libby Schaff framed the recall itself for granted wing energy seize and slammed it as a waste of taxpayer cash.

“You are voting no on eliminating a minimum wage. You are voting no on taking away choice. You are voting no on taking away life-saving health orders,” Schaaf stated.