Skeleton: The Elders got lost because there was no show to discuss.

Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulkner looked and felt like he could be the right Republican governor. He could handle the job.

Three others Republican candidate. Competition In last week’s discussion The Governorate also made some good policy points between the Winabs.

Sacramento’s two so-called contenders سابق Doug Aws and Assemblyman Kevin Kelly مجھے performed more than most experts expected. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. But both were clear, concise and knowledgeable.

No candidate made a joke. Rancho Santa Fe businessman John Cox left a live Kodiak bear at home in a bid to attract attention.

Of course, if you’re a true blue Democrat who dislikes the possibility of a Republican takeover of the California governor’s office یہاں even if you’re not wild about Government Gavin Newsom-there’s no GOP contestant. Is what will make you happy

The number of Democratic voters in California is about 2 to 1 from Republicans. And the poll shows that they strongly oppose the GOP-led attempt to recall Newsom.

But it only matters when Democrats actually vote. And a lot of people don’t say anything about the September 14 election, according to opinion polls. Republicans, meanwhile, are excited about the possibility of ousting a Liberal Democratic governor and overthrowing a one-party government in Sacramento.

According to Mark de Camillo, poll director at the UC Berkeley Institute of Government Studies, “Republicans have a much higher turnout than Democrats and non-Democrats.”

That’s why a recent IGS poll found the competition among potential voters surprisingly close: 47% for memory and 50% against, a statistical dead heat.

Newsom is still in favor of winning. But now it is incomprehensible that a Democrat can be dumped and will end up as a Republican governor. This made the low profile GOP debate important.

Richard Nixon was the only loser to run in the election held at the Presidential Library and Museum in Yoruba Linda: Conservative Los Angeles-based Radio talk show host Larry Elder.. He refused to discuss.

One of the first principles of politics is to show.

And to win a competitive race, you have to compete – including in debates.

Elder’s excuse was that he only wanted to discuss the newsroom – not the “circular firing squad” in which Republicans hurt each other.

But practically all the bullets were fired at the newsroom. Only a key shot at Republicans Owais called Faulkner a “plastic man” for his homeless policy in San Diego.

Faulkner said he reduced the number of street tents to less than two and the city received shelter and treatment for many. Aws claimed that many homeless people simply moved to nearby communities.

Great stuff.

If Elder were on stage, he would probably talk about his political inexperience. But the famous governors Ronald Reagan and Arnold Schwarzenegger cleverly handled such attacks: they were urban politicians who were working against the corrupt political establishment.

Elder missed a golden opportunity to distinguish himself from other Republicans – especially the moderate Faulkner, and not only extended his conservative base to his candidacy, but went out of his way to be widely remembered.

Elders may lack confidence in their knowledge of state issues – at least in detail – compared to the four who debated. But details are considered more important in campaign discussions. Voters mostly only want to increase the candidate’s conduct and positions.

Newsom could also benefit from participating in the debate. He was invited but did not respond.

Joining the debate would be a violation of traditional wisdom, which says that a political target does not stand in front of a volunteer firing squad while drawing more public attention to its opponents.

But Newsom could have avoided its record, which the public seems confused about, and slaps its opponents’ hyperbole and lies. An example: Faulkner’s claim that Newsom supports “defending the police movement.” He doesn’t

The best line of discussion was presented by Owais. Asked how he would handle the huge backlog of unemployment benefit claims in Newsom’s troubled job development sector, where frustrated applicants are unable to reach government employees, Owais replied:

“Answer the phone. Just answer the phone.”

Cox made a very frivolous comment. Emphasizing that people infected with COVID-19 once have antibodies and do not need the vaccine, he added:

“It’s a terrible disease. I had it a long time ago. But 99.9 percent of people who are in good health and not old can survive.”

Well, whoopee-do. What will happen to the rest of us who are not healthy or old?

Everyone needs to take a shot.

But Cox also had a wise observation: “Climate change may or may not cause wildfires, but we have to deal with it.”

I’m sick of Newsom blaming wildfires for constant climate change – another version of “Not in My Shift”. Mismanagement of forests by state and federal governments is also a major culprit. They can deal with climate change much faster.

Kelly had the promise of the latest, good government. Asked who she would replace the 88-year-old Democratic senator.

“I will not meet at all. I leave it to the voters.

Of course, it is very likely that this will lead to the election of a Democrat – and perhaps the recall of Kelly by fellow Republicans.

Faulkner focused on condemning Newsom and wisely refrained from making big promises. For example, he will not pressurize schools to promise to stop wearing student masks. “I will consider it,” he said.

Faulkner was asked if he supported former President Trump even after he voted last year.

“What happened on January 6 was unpleasant for our country,” Faulkner responded, referring to Trump’s deadly coup.

He immediately added: “What Gavin Newsom wants to do is do it all about Donald Trump.”

He is right.

Asked whether he would welcome Trump’s endorsement, Faulkner replied:

I would proudly support any Republican or Democrat who wants to get rid of Gavin Newsom and make California a better state.

Voters need more debate – with older age competition.

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