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Larry Elder long used the tag line “America, we’ve got a country to save” with his daily radio show. Now he is running to save his state. Born and raised in California, Larry Elder has spent a lifetime refining his position on a wide spectrum of issues. The depth of his thought, his command of relevant fact, and his ability to communicate clearly and confidently was on display in the nearly hour long reporter round table hosted by the Sacramento Bee. Contrast Larry Elder’s performance with the incumbent governor’s defensive, hostile response to tough questions by a media assumed to be in his corner.
The incumbent governor is feeling the heat, and not just from wildfires. The California governor recall election polls are close and a new one shows a significant swing to a majority favoring recall. Gavin Newsom got defensive and hostile toward reporters asking him tough questions instead of just carrying water. Steven Hayward of Power Line says Gavin Newsom went Captain Queeg.Published in