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- - - - Mark Twain (Roughing It)

Saturday, July 1, 2017

California’s top Republican won’t be running for governor

The Worthless Republican Party

  • In 2014 the only candidate for Governor the GOP could put up was an Obama supporter.
  • In 2016 the GOP refused to put an initiative on the ballot to defund the corrupt bullet train to nowhere.  With no platform to run on the GOP paid the price by giving Leftists a super majority in the state legislature.
  • And in 2016 the GOP failed to even run a candidate for U.S. Senate allowing a Democrat vs Democrat general election.

(Sacramento Bee)  -  San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer said Friday he will serve the remainder of his term, dashing the hopes of many Republicans who viewed him as their strongest contender in next year’s governor’s race.
“I’m honored that so many across our state are strongly encouraging me to run for governor,” he said in a statement ahead of the holiday weekend. “However, my first commitment is to San Diego.”
Faulconer had long maintained that he wouldn’t run for governor, despite popping up in polls as the leading Republican contender to advance beyond next June’s primary.
He faced increasingly vocal calls from fellow Republicans in recent weeks to formally shut the door on the prospect. During that time, supporters launched a full-court press to try to draw him into the race, using polling to argue that a divided Democratic field would help him to a November runoff against one of the Democrats. Many saw him as a moderate Republican who could appeal to the state electorate’s fiscal conservatism while not alienating Democrats on social issues and environmental polices.
His confirmation likely increases the chances that former Assemblyman David Hadley of Manhattan Beach enters the crowded governor’s race. Businessman John Cox of northern San Diego County and conservative Assemblyman Travis Allen of Huntington Beach previously announced their runs, raising fears among the GOP that they would scatter the GOP vote and allow two Democrats to slip into the runoff.
While the field remains unsettled, the front-runner in polls and fundraising is Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom. Others include former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Treasurer John Chiang and ex-state schools chief Delaine Eastin.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

how senseless one can be ...
must find someone to run on pallooka cali scene on politics , or else , foreign govs put another foothold in it ...