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Democrats reluctantly backed Newsom: ‘It was more like taking out the trash’

17 September 2021

1:29 PM

17 September 2021

1:29 PM

In August, polls showed that Gavin Newsom’s chances of surviving a recall were slipping away. Many Democrats were so apathetic and Republicans so fired up that in a low-turnout election, the nation’s largest Blue State might indeed oust its liberal governor.

Democrats went to work. Leading Democrats from President Joe Biden to Vice President Kamala Harris to Sen.

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