Sample ballots for the September 14th recall election will soon be arriving in your mailbox. Your actual Vote-By-Mail official ballot will arrive by mid-August.
Governor Newsom is so extremely pro-abortion that he has:
1) Forced all 10 UC and 22 CSU university student health centers to become abortion clinics.
2) Proudly promoted that teens be allowed to get abortions without their parents’ knowledge or consent.
3) Made sure our state tax dollars pay to kill thousands of babies each year.
4) Forced private insurance companies to pay for abortions.
5) Pressured Catholic hospitals to perform abortions.
6) Coerced even churches to pay for abortions through their insurance policies.
7) So strongly promoted abortion that Governor Newsom even invites women from across the country to come to California for state-taxpayer-funded abortions.
Here are things you can do to help replace extremely pro-abortion Governor Newsom with a pro-life governor:
Make sure you and everyone you know are registered to vote. You can check on your voter registration status and details at the Secretary of State website.
Make sure you, your family, your friends, and everyone you know votes “yes” on question 1 on the ballot to recall Governor Newsom.
Voting “yes” means that you support the recall and want to remove pro-abortion Governor Newsom from office.
If Governor Newsom is recalled, then whoever gets the most number of votes on question 2 will become our next governor. There is no run-off. The new pro-life governor will take office as soon as the election is certified.
Please note: do not vote for Faulconer. He is pro-abortion.
For question 2 on the ballot, regarding whom to vote for to replace pro-abortion Governor Newsom, below are three leading candidates who are pro-life. There are several additional pro-life candidates for governor such as Jenny Rae Le Roux and former State Senator Ted Gaines, but we are cautious not to split the vote among too many candidates.
Larry Elder is a nationally syndicated radio host, a bestselling author, award-winning documentary filmmaker, and one of the best-known media figures in America today.
His daily radio program, “The Larry Elder Show,” is heard in all 50 states where he shares the timeless American principles of personal responsibility and public accountability.
Larry Elder was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles—and his family’s story represents every bit of the American Dream. Elder has a B.A. in Political Science from Brown University, and a J.D. from the University of Michigan School of Law.
John Cox is strongly pro-life, including his own personal story. He might have been aborted, if abortion had been legal.
John Cox is a successful business man who worked his way through college, earning a CPA and law degree.
John and his wife have four daughters and are active members of Nativity Catholic Church.
Kevin Kiley currently serves in the California State Assembly, with a 100% pro-life voting record. Kevin graduated from Harvard, earned a law degree from Yale, and a master’s in secondary education from Loyola Marymount. He has served as an adjunct professor at McGeorge School of Law.
Kevin Kiley began his career as a high school teacher in inner-city Los Angeles, where he chaired the English Department and led his students to significant academic gains.
Kevin defended the U.S. Constitution in California courts, then became a prosecutor and Deputy Attorney General, representing the People of California in cases against violent felons.
In 2020, Kevin won a legal case against Governor Newsom because Governor Newsom violated the separation of powers. Kevin continues to challenge Governor Newsom at every opportunity.
The above comes from Californians for Life.