Newsom recall organizers say they have already passed the required 1.5M signatures to force the election
EXCLUSIVE – Probably one of the two leading Republican candidates running in California’s Gubernatorial election, investing another $ 1 million of their own money in their campaign.
Granthshala News has revealed that businessman John Cox will make a second personal contribution of $ 1 million to his campaign on Thursday. Cox hopes to succeed in embracing Democratic government Gavin Newsom, who faces his possible remembrance of dealing with the coronovirus epidemic.
AIM on COX JUMPS INT CALIFORNIA GUBERNATORIAL RACE, NEWSOM & FAULCONER
The 2018 Republican Governor Nominee in Cox, California, formally announced earlier this month that he would spend seven figures to live with a new campaign website and run a TV commercial statewide. Spot also targets Newsom as well as former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulkner, the other prominent GOP nominee to have launched a campaign so far.
Cox insisted in a statement, saying, “Schools remain D, seniors have a hard time accessing the required vaccines, and we no longer have Gavin Newsome’s bid-report contract. I believe that Californians are making this Will miss you. “
Cox mentions a new investigation from a no-bid contract comment Capital Public Radio, Which reports that some companies making large donations to the governor did not receive a large bid from the state. While no legislation has been broken, optics are anything but preferable to preferential treatment for major donors but Newsom as a subsidiary faces a potential recall election.
Recently the organization selected those who are required for election
The recall push was launched last summer by the governor over allegations that the state’s response to the epidemic was incorrect. But the effort grew in the autumn after Newsome’s dinner at a über-exclusive restaurant, which was based on the best-skirted rules imposed by the governor to prevent the spread of coronovirus.
California organizers say they have gathered more than the 1.5 million signatures needed by March 17 to withdraw the elections later this year. Cox was a major early contributor to the recall effort, donating $ 50,000.
Cox, a 65-year-old self-made businessman, accountant, lawyer and developer, is valued at more than $ 200 million. He In June 2018, Newsom came in second place in the field of 27 candidates.
Cox, who was supported by then President Donald Trump, lost to Newsome by 24 points after five months in the general election in a heavily Democratic state. He Bidding for Congress in Illinois over the last two decades and a long-term run for the White House in 2008.