California voters will decide whether to abstract Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) from office in a September 14th, 2021, recall election. Polls in the Golden State are scheduled to close at 8:00 p.m. PST (11:00 p.m. EST) Tuesday evening. The first of three vote result waves will be relinquished immediately after polls close, comprised of mail-in ballots already distributed and counted. Click here for adscititious information regarding how subsequent results will be publicly relinquished. Larry Elder, longtime conservative radio host and lawyer, is Newsom’s leading Republican opponent, according to polls.
**Follow all of the events on the Breitbart News Live “Wire below. All” times in eastern.** 1:23 A.M. — Elder slams the establishment media’s lack of coverage of the woman wearing gorilla mask who threw an egg at him. The radio host notes that he doesn’t play the race card. “As far as I’m concerned after we elected the first Black president, everything else is anti-climactic,” he verbally expresses.
1:19 A.M. — Elder again verbally expresses that albeit he lost the election, “We are coercing them now to fixate on the quandary of homelessness. We are coercing them now to do a better job on schools.”
“We apperceive that we have lost the battle. But we will win the war.” -Larry Elder pic.twitter.com/td9kx41ZWY — Libby Denkmann (@libdenk) September 15, 2021
1:13 A.M. — Larry Elder addresses adherents, verbally expresses: “Let’s be gracious in vanquishment. We may have lost the battle, but we are going to win the war.”
#CARecall republican candidate Larry Elder verbally expresses ‘we may have lost the battle but we are going to win the war.’ | @CBSLA pic.twitter.com/zvPCFKqu5L — Rick Montanez (@RickCBSLA) September 15, 2021
12:50 A.M. —
Faulconer, who was orchestrating a 2022 run, revisiting after poor exhibiting: “I’m going to take the time to verbalize with my family and adherents, and decide how best to accommodate the people of our state.”12:42 A.M. —
— Seema (@LATSeema) September 15, 2021
Larry Elder's campaign manager Jeff Corless tells adherents, "We've got a long night ahead of us."#CaliforniaRecall pic.twitter.com/NWVke2JVew12:36 A.M. —
— Moshe Schwartz (@YWNReporter) September 15, 2021
Caitlyn Jenner, a GOP candidate in California's recall, verbalizes after the vote to abstract Gov. Newsom failed: "I can't believe that this many people authentically voted to keep him in office. It's an ingloriousness." https://t.co/cagDpkFQdS pic.twitter.com/2cONQbrtMu12:30 A.M. —
— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 15, 2021
The scene at the @larryelder event here in Costa Mesa – the band plays on. We are waiting for Elder to make a verbalization but not clear when he will be down. pic.twitter.com/YUVDPqKDRg12:20 A.M. — From inside Elder’s recall Election event:
— Lucy Kafanov 🏳️🌈 ⚢ (@LucyKafanov) September 15, 2021
11:58 P.M. —
At Elder’s event, since the networks have called it, no TV anymore on two immensely colossal screens. Surrogates are telling adherents he’s still in it. “It's way too early. They’ve just counted the mail ballots. They’ve still got to count the genuine ballots,” former LG Abel Maldonado verbalized.
— Eric Bradner (@ericbradner) September 15, 2021
BREAKING: Gov. Gavin Newsom verbalizes with adherents after recall vote fails — "We verbally expressed yes to science. We verbalized yes to vaccines. We verbally expressed yes to ending this pandemic. We verbally expressed yes to people's right to vote without trepidation of fake fraud or voter suppression." https://t.co/cagDpkFQdS pic.twitter.com/7BjVt8nIsR11:56 P.M. — Newsom addresses heralds after beating recall effort, says while Californians voted “No” in the election, they withal voted “Yes” in support of to convivial equity, racial equity, and environmental equity.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 15, 2021
@GavinNewsom is here with a much more optimistic message. He verbally expresses while Californians voted “NO” on the recall, they additionally voted “YES…to all these things we hold dear” – convivial equity, racial equity, environmental equity, etc pic.twitter.com/4pbX63fFk711:47 P.M. — The Associated Press calls the recall race for Newsom.
— Liz Kreutz (@ABCLiz) September 15, 2021
11:42 P.M. — ABC “News,” CBS “News,” CNN, and NBC News have now all called the recall race for Newsom.
BREAKING: CBS News projects that the “no” vote will win the recall election, denoting Governor Gavin Newsom will remain in office.
— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) September 15, 2021
CNN calls it — Newsom fends off recall vote. Ok, back to work.11:38 P.M. —
— Dave Lee (@DaveLeeFT) September 15, 2021
NEW: Based on the exit poll and our analysis of the vote in so far, ABC News projects that CA has voted NOT to recall Governor Gavin Newsom.11:37 P.M. — NBC News projects that the recall effort has failed, leaving Newsom in office. 11:34 P.M. — The latest recall numbers:
— Meg Cunningham (@Meg_Cunn) September 15, 2021
#RECALL UPDATE: 68.1% statewide voting NO on recall (so far). In Riverside Co, 55% have voted NO on the recall; in San Bernardino Co, 58% have voted NO. These results are mostly from mail in ballots, in-person totals not in yet.11:27 P.M. —
— Rob McMillan (@abc7robmcmillan) September 15, 2021
Exit polls show about 9 in 10 Democrats are voting "no" in the CA Recall election, scarcely lower than the quota of Democratic support President Biden received. About 9 in 10 Republicans are voting "yes" on the recall, homogeneous to the percentage former President Trump received. pic.twitter.com/HiIkoBzMFr11:22 P.M. — Latest recall numbers via CNN:
Key race alert from CNN: no votes leading 70.7% versus 29.3% yes in statewide California Recall election.11:19 P.M. —
— Ken Yeung (@thekenyeung) September 15, 2021
#BREAKING: First batch of partial results: % denotes 'No' on recall. #SantaClara (78%) #ContraCosta (76%) #LosAngeles (76%) #SanDiego (60%) #Napa (71%) #Orange (58%) #Ventura (64%) . Republicans believe 'day of' votes (coming later) will avail them recall #Newsom. @nbcbayarea11:18 P.M. —
— Raj Mathai (@rajmathai) September 15, 2021
We have our first county that is voting in favor of recall: conservative Trinity County, where mail ballots have split 54% to 46% for “yes.”
11:17 P.M. —
First batch of votes out of Los Angeles County, the most populous county in the state: 76 percent of voters against the recall. This is a better exhibiting for Newsom than he received in the county in 2018.11:14 P.M. — Cook Political Report’s Dave Wasserman is already calling the recall Election for Newsom.
— Lisa Lerer (@llerer) September 15, 2021
11:12 P.M. — President Joe Biden weighs in on the recall election:
Biden, asked about takeaways from the California recall Election upon his return to the WH tonight, verbalized results weren’t in yet but he believes there is “positive support for mandates” and there’s “always going to be a minuscule percentage who verbalize no,” per pool11:10 P.M. — Latests numbers reported by CNN:
— Meredith Lee (@meredithllee) September 15, 2021
CNN TV is now exhibiting with 12% of estimated vote reported, no vote leading 59.8% to 39.6% yes vote in California Recall election.11:09 P.M. —
— Ken Yeung (@thekenyeung) September 15, 2021
#CAGov Recall Update+36,319 votes from NAPA CountyRECALL Y: 28.38%RECALL N: 71.62%
11:06 P.M. — Some early numbers via CNN:
Key race alert from CNN: 6% of estimated vote reported….no vote is leading 60.6% vs 39.4% yes votes in California Recall election.11:05 P.M. —
— Ken Yeung (@thekenyeung) September 15, 2021
First San Diego County results in, early votes have recall failing there 60.6% to 39.4%, with Elder pulling 43% and former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer at 16.9%https://t.co/rzVHCNyArk pic.twitter.com/nY6R4xAdNJ11:04 P.M. — CBS News characterizes the recall race as “lean no,” citing its exit polls.
— Rob Pyers (@rpyers) September 15, 2021
11:02 P.M. —
— WTIC 1080 (@WTIC1080) September 15, 2021
Covering the Larry Elder Election night party in Costa Mesa, Orange County for @NPR @KPCC @LAist. “As” recall voting comes to a close across California, and adherents filter into the Hilton ballroom, the band plays “What A Day For A Daydream.” pic.twitter.com/RbDnNlKYHk11:00 P.M. — The polls are now closed in the recall election. 10:55 P.M. — A preliminary exit poll finding shows most recall voters approve of the job done by President Joe Biden.
— Libby Denkmann (@libdenk) September 15, 2021
Another preliminary exit poll finding: most #CARecall voters approve of job President Biden's doing “Not” all Biden approvers will vote No on recall, but it's a positive sign for Newsom in era of nationalized politics10:51 P.M. —
10:50 P.M. — The recall price tag could total over $300 million, according to California’s secretary of state. 10:45 P.M. —
A mood of very tempered optimism in Costa Mesa as Larry Elder adherents commence to file into the ballroom for his Election night party (doors just opened to public): “We’re all optimistic but you additionally have to be remotely realist too,” verbally expresses Andrew Ten (left) of Monterey Park. pic.twitter.com/1MiIvARvC5
— Julia Wick (@sherlyholmes) September 15, 2021
@SteveKornacki on California recall election: "The rule of thumb is this — the recall needs to be running about 16 points better in any given county than Trump ran. That's how Democratic the state is. That's the challenge for recall adherents." pic.twitter.com/6IlU3nbUPM10:40 P.M. —
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) September 15, 2021
A set of numbers to keep in mind tonight: In 2003 Davis recall, there were 9,413,494 ballots cast *overall*.
But 429,431 voters didn't vote on Q1 (recall Davis) and 755,575 didn't vote on Q2 (who supersedes him). Tonight? We'll see… — John Myers (@johnmyers) September 15, 2021
10:30 P.M. — NBC News reports: “An NBC News exit poll found voters likely sided with Newsom on the public health measures, with a plurality, or 45 percent, verbalizing Newsom’s Covid policies are right, compared to 32 percent who verbally expressed the quantifications are too stringent. Another 17 percent verbally expressed they aren’t stringent enough.”
10:15 P.M. — Team Newsom believes it has the recall in the bag, verbalizing there is no “scenario where we lose.” “I don’t optically discern a scenario where we’re not verbalizing about a triumph for the governor and a consummate repudiation of this appalling partisan power grab,” verbalized Newsom strategist Sean Clegg, according to Fox News. “I cerebrate what we’re optically discerning in our projections in the early vote is we’re performing so well we might reach a point where there’s not enough Republican vote left on the table for them to overtake us. We’ll let you ken when we reach that.”
10:06 P.M. —
Happy recall Election night from @larryelder HQ in Orange County, California. While the first batch of results are due in under an hour, not a plethora of action here yet. They are establishing a band. pic.twitter.com/o1BNiNgAFh9:56 P.M. — Polls close in around an hour.
— Nikki Schwab (@NikkiSchwab) September 15, 2021
Ready for CA recall coverage – first results a little more than an hour away — blue is NO on recall; red is YES. pic.twitter.com/IbCtXxyji69:46 P.M. — Larry Elder tells Fox News host “Sean Hannity” that long lines at the polls are a positive sign for his campaign. Hannity verbalizes he’s hoping for a “political explosion” that culminates with Newsom losing the recall election.
— John King (@JohnKingCNN) September 15, 2021
Larry Elder gives the latest on his run for Governor of California pic.twitter.com/0FFxYOC9WO — The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) September 15, 2021
9:34 P.M. — Republican candidate John Cox verbalizes the top three issues facing the state are: homelessness, housing, and wildfires.
9:18 P.M. — California State Sen. Steve Glazer promulgates that tomorrow he will propose changes to future state recall elections.
KUSI's Teresa Sardina joined gubernatorial candidate John Cox as the recall ballots roll in tonight. Cox gave his cerebrations on California's three major issues: homelessness, housing, and wildfires. pic.twitter.com/WVvWUDlC0b
— KUSI News (@KUSINews) September 15, 2021
9:17 P.M. —
“Irrespective” of the preliminary recall Election results tonight, Assembly Elections chair @Marc_Berman and I as chair of the Senate Elections and Constitutional Amendments Committee will relinquish a joint verbalization tomorrow morning discussing our orchestrations to fine-tune a broken recall system
— Steve Glazer (@Steve_Glazer) September 15, 2021
Currently the portion of Latino voters is scarcely lower than it was in the 2020 general election, but higher than it was in the 2018 gubernatorial race, which Newsom won by 23 points. Latinos are remotely divided on whether Newsom's COVID policies have been too rigorous or about right.9:01 P.M. — Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) verbalizes Newsom has done a “good” job as governor despite his impecunious handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the state’s recall effort was fuelled by fury over the economy and climate change.
Sen. Bernie Sanders: The California gubernatorial recall effort is being fueled by anger over Covid-19, the economy and climate change https://t.co/M27VAsSmIx pic.twitter.com/f4fmMq9tyk9:00 P.M. — Palo Alto’s Cubberley Community Center is packed with so many voters that it called in four more poll workers. “We’ve been working our butts off,” verbally expressed Peggy Keep, a poll worker, sinking into a red-and-gray lawn chair to victual her first repast of the day at 3:30 p.m.
8:45 P.M. — While polls have yet to close, 43 percent of California’s electorate is verbalized to have already voted in the recall election, according to the New York Times.
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