.chrislhayes: Here's why the California recall election was a 'resounding' referendum on Trumpism and the Biden administration
'If we follow the historical precedent...and view last night's recall election in California both as a referendum on the first eight months of the Biden administration, and as the first big test of the enduring effects of Trumpism—the results are not even close,' says Chris Hayes.
Share this -copied"If we follow the historical precedent...and view last night's recall election in California both as a referendum on the first eight months of the Biden administration, and as the first big test of the enduring effects of Trumpism—the results are not even close," says Chris Hayes.
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chrislhayes Really? A state that is over 2/3rds liberal vote liberal and that is resounding? chrislhayes In October 2020, California had 22,047,448 registered voters, comprising 87.87% of its total eligible voters. Of those registered voters, 5,334,323 (24.20 percent) were Republicans. What a waste of taxpayer money for a party that has less then 25% of registered voters.
chrislhayes This is absolute nonsense. California is more than 2/3 Democrat. What did you expect. Anyone who thinks this was a 'resounding' referendum is a complete idiot. chrislhayes What has Biden got to do with it. chrislhayes 'Why our side is right about everything, and winning against those bad people' Meanwhile, in evidence land, 538 is reporting that the Dems are very very slightly ahead in midterm projections.
What votes in the California governor recall election reveal on a county levelGov. Gavin Newsom survived the recall election. What can we learn from the results? The Times took a look on a county level and found some trends.
California Governor Gavin Newsom Survives Recall VoteCalifornia governor Gavin Newsom has defeated a Republican effort to remove him from office in a recall election, with incomplete returns already showing ‘no’ votes ahead by a margin of 30 points. What do you think? This is so yesterday. No soup for you. I voted NO because I think he should be spending his time governing and not starring in yet another remake of Total Recall. Besides, the theater business is struggling anyway.
California Politics: The recall's math says it allIn politics, as in life, numbers don't lie. And early on election night, it was clear that things simply didn't add up for supporters of removing Gov. Gavin Newsom from office. nice
California counties with high Covid vaccination rates helped Newsom cruise to victory in the recall electionCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom has called his decisive victory in this week's recall election a win for Covid-19 vaccines and science as highly-vaccinated counties voted to keep him in office. Probably because, for some strange reason, this virus has turned deeply political. I just don’t understand that. I don’t understand that at all. Can CNBC also check the crime rate and rich counties associated with Newsom win? The result might show criminals and rich people helped Newson win the recall election. I would say not use bias data for political purposes. CNBC As they should, they want to live.
Essential California Week in Review: Total recallGov. Gavin Newsom survived a historic recall election Tuesday, winning a major vote of confidence. Voters overwhelmingly rejected the Republican-led effort to replace him. thanks
Democrats Won the California Recall, But There Are Warning Signs for MidtermsNewsom reduplicated Joe Biden’s 2020 performance in California. But that may not be enough to save a Democratic House in the 2022 midterms, reports ed_kilgore