@nytimes
The New York Times
a day ago
As of Election Day, polls show a significant edge for Gov. Gavin Newsom in the effort to recall him. But his bump in the polls may come as a surprise, given how close the race appeared weeks ago. Here's what changed.
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@TomMcMahanDade
Tom McMahan
a day ago
@nytimes What changed is that 1) Cal is a Democratic state 2) Newsom did nothing to merit recall in first place 3) Cal voters grew more aware of runoff as it approached and false illusion of recall burst like a soap bubble
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@Soundi13
Soundi
a day ago
@nytimes I thought poles mean nothing?! 🙄
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@HVedas
Dherma Vedas
a day ago
@nytimes The whole recall shit doesn’t make any sense. Recall who? Because they can’t win California without recall. Because California is a Blue State, Republican thinks the only shot they’ve got is to recall. Trumpist? Hell no! Vote No recall. Newsom is our governor!
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@PatriciaPlacet1
Patricia
a day ago
@nytimes No surprise.
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@SteveJohnsonSA
Steve Johnson
a day ago
@nytimes NYT showing its bias in favor of the recall. Not even pretending to be objective or report based on facts.
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