"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
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Thursday, April 26, 2018

It's Democrat vs Democrat this November for California Governor

A One-Party Marxist State
A Democrat Only Race For Governor

  • California GOP Governor Schwarzenegger, backed by GOP legislators, abolished the Republican primary in order to weaken the voice of Conservatives.
  • This corrupt move effectively banned all smaller opposition political parties and independent candidates from all November ballots. But is has also resulted in one-party races where voters have ZERO choices.
  • In 2016 that resulted in a Democrat vs Democrat race for U.S. Senate. Now it is looking like a Democrat vs Democrat November race for Governor.

(Daily Breeze)  -  With mail-in voting for the June primary set to begin in two weeks, the race for governor of California is narrowing.
Two Democrats, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, lead a crowded field for the state’s top elected position, with 21 percent and 18 percent of support respectively, according to an Eyewitness News/Southern California News Group poll conducted by Survey USA and released Tuesday.
But the poll also shows that the top Republican in the field, John Cox, draws 15 percent support, putting him within striking distance of finishing in the top two in June and advancing to the general election on Nov. 6.
All three candidates are building specific coalitions, the poll found.
Newsom is backed by suburban residents with college degrees, self-described liberals and, as former mayor of San Francisco, many residents of the Bay Area, according to the poll of 520 likely primary voters.
Villaraigosa is supported by many Latinos and pulls strong backing from lower-income residents, women and residents of Los Angeles.
Cox, a businessman and radio personality who lives in Rancho Santa Fe, is backed by whites, conservatives and men.
Five other gubernatorial candidates were mentioned, including Republican Travis Allen (10 percent) and Democrat John Chiang (9 percent). The poll, which focused on people likely to vote in the June primary, found 17 percent are undecided.
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