Gavin Newsom Faces New Recall Threat

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) is on the verge of facing another recall.

With homelessness worsening, crime out-of-control, drugs on the street, the border crisis moving to San Diego as Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) seals the Texas border, and the state potentially facing a record deficit of $73 billion after having a record surplus of $97 billion less than two years ago, Californians seem fed up, again.

In 2021, Californians attempted to recall Newsom; the yes vote received around 40 percent, and the no vote received around 60 percent.

Now, a citizen-led group formally served Newsom’s office with recall papers Monday morning.

Anne Dunsmore, an Orange County fundraiser and campaign director for Rescue California, said:

Gavin Newsom has abandoned the state to advance his presidential ambitions, leaving behind a $73 billion budget deficit and a public safety, immigration and education crisis. California needs a full-time governor who is fully focused on the serious problems the state and its citizens are facing. This may be our last opportunity to rescue and restore our state, while we highlight for the rest of the country the destruction Newsom has left in his wake.

Per Politico, Dunsmore said:

More than 400 Californians of varying political persuasion have joined together to serve as official proponents of the new recall. That includes others from the last effort such as Orrin Heatlie, the retired county sheriff’s sergeant from Yolo who helped get the ball rolling in 2020.

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