Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-09-15 03:35:00 –
Los Angeles >> Rebellious Larry Elder acknowledged the fight to become California’s next governor, but said his first campaign may not be his last. The Republican talk radio presenter told his supporters, “Look forward.”
Shortly after Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom easily defeated a recall effort to dismiss him, the elder told a cheering crowd tonight, “We may have lost the fight, but we intend to win the war. That’s it. “
Due to the incomplete election results, the elder was far ahead of the 46 candidates who wanted to replace Newsome if the recall was successful.
Newsom will face reelection next year, and there was speculation that the elder might be running again. The elder called himself a “former radio host”, suggesting that his career was heading in a new direction.
Last week, when asked if he would consider rematching with Newsom in 2022, the elder did not answer prominently directly.
The 69-year-old lawyer and writer may have become the state’s first black governor. He spent part of his concession speech, claiming that America’s racial division was severely exaggerated.
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He urged his supporters to be “elegant to defeat,” but many of his 30-minute speeches ridiculed Newsom’s leadership and personality, increasing crime, an unidentified homeless crisis, and many workers. He blamed him for housing costs that were out of reach for his class family.
He sometimes sounded like the campaign started instead of ending.
“This is what we are facing: an increase in crime and a decline in the quality of public schools,” he said. “Rolling voltage drops. Water scarcity …. I can’t think of anything that this man has done in the last two years suggests that he deserves another day.”
He argued that his campaign forced California Democrats to change direction.
“We are now forcing them to pay attention to the problem of homelessness. We are now forcing them to do a better job at school,” he said.
In the race, Newsom was in many of the elders’ positions out of step with most left-wing Californians, including criticism of the groundbreaking Roe v. Wade decision on abortion and promises to revoke state vaccine and mask obligations. Was emphasized.
But the elder said it was he who worked to fill the gap and solve the problem.
“I am a unity,” said the elder. “We will bring this country together.”
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