Red Wave Crashes Into Deep Blue State.
Californians vote historic shift in major elections.
Commie California surf that wave!
Republicans swept yesterday’s elections in one of America’s most insane leftist states.
In Los Angeles and San Francisco, two of the nation’s most liberal large cities, voters are poised to send stinging messages of discontent over mounting public disorder…
That dissatisfaction could translate into the recall of San Francisco’s left-leaning district attorney, Chesa Boudin, likely by a resounding margin, and a strong showing in the Los Angeles mayoral primary by Rick Caruso, a billionaire real estate developer and former Republican who has emerged as the leading alternative in the race to Democratic US Rep. Karen Bass, once considered the front-runner…
Linking both these contests — as well as several Los Angeles City Council races and an ongoing effort to recall George Gascon, Los Angeles County’s left-leaning district attorney.
Republican Lanhee Chen Leads Statewide Race for Controller in California
By: Breitbart, June 8, 2022:
Republican Lanhee Chen is leading the statewide race in Commie California for the office of Controller, which oversees public funds, as of primary election results reported Wednesday morning.
With vote-by-mail ballots still being counted, Chen had won 33% of the vote, 100,000 votes ahead of the second-place finisher, Democrat Malia M. Cohen, who won just over 20%.
Earlier this year, Chen scored a rare endorsement from the left-wing Los Angeles Times, as Breitbart News reported. The Times explained:
Voters will pick a new controller this year because Betty Yee, the current controller, is termed out after eight years on the job. Californians have several smart candidates to choose from on the June 7 ballot, including Democrats Ron Galperin, controller for the city of Los Angeles; Malia Cohen, a Board of Equalization member from San Francisco; Steve Glazer, a state senator from the Bay Area city of Orinda; and Republican Lanhee Chen, a public policy expert who teaches at Stanford University.
Among this strong field, we believe Chen is the best choice for this position. Why? Because he is a sharp thinker with experience analyzing large financial systems, and because the controller should be as independent from the party in power as possible.
Democrats control state government and we support their priorities to combat climate change, preserve abortion rights and advance economic and racial justice. But California’s governance is falling short of its ideals. And that’s despite several years of strong revenue that have pumped billions more into education, healthcare and alleviating homelessness. Yet too few students can read at grade level, too many Medi-Cal patients can’t see a doctor and too many people sleep on the streets.
If results hold, Chen would be the first Republican in many years to lead a statewide race. Republican Ashley Swearengin won the 2014 Commie California primary for the same office; however, she lost the general election to current incumbent Betty Yee.
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Author: Pamela Geller
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