SACRAMENTO, California (NV) – Voting is underway in the election to recall the governor of California on Tuesday, September 14, after the polls close at 8 p.m.
With about 60% of the votes counted, the percentage of voters who decided to keep Gavin Newsom as governor was more than 66%, while the percentage of voters who wanted to remove him was more than 33%.
If a majority of voters choose “Yes” to the first question, Mr. Newsom will be removed from office, and the person who receives the most votes on the second question will become governor in place of Mr. Newsom.
If a majority of voters choose “No,” Mr. Newsom is in office, and the results of the second question are considered null and void. (Th.Long)
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