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SVGOP Podcast #1: Gavin Newsom Finally Worried

Partial Transcript On March 16th, CNN’s Jake Tapper interviewed Governor Newsom. During this interview the Governor attempted to relate and empathize with California parents. The Governor was successful in managing to spark outrage amongst parents who have been deeply affected by the COVID lockdown. The Governor, during the interview, called himself a Zoom parent while it is factually known that his children returned to in-person classes in November at the elite Sacramento private school they attend. You can hear Jake

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Poverty
California Politics
Alexander Glew

One Out of Every Five Californians Survives in Poverty

CA Poverty is Extensive One Out of Every Five On this week’s self-promotion media tour, Gavin Newsom seemed to gloss over the economic hardship that so many Californians are still dealing with as a result of his incompetence. The Mercury News shined a light on an unemployment crisis that continues to devastate California, noting unemployment claims jumped to their highest level in three months, with 145,400 filings last week. California accounted for 19.6% of the week’s jobless claims nationwide, or

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No Socialism golf ball breaking glass.
California Politics
SVGOP

Attorney General Rob Bonta: A Gift to California’s Liberal Activists

Gavin Newsom appointed one of the most liberal legislators in California to be the state’s newest Attorney General.  Rob Bonta advocated for several progressive pieces of legislation while serving in the Assembly – raising taxes, cracking down on soda, allowing communists to work in the California government, and pushing the Green New Deal at the state level.  On top of that, Rob Bonta has a record of being soft on crime, including a push to eliminate cash bail.  “Gavin Newsom’s

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California Politics
SVGOP

Jessica Patterson Re-elected as CAGOP Chairwoman

By our friends at the BayAreaGOP.com At the California Republican Party’s online state convention in February 2021, Chairwoman Jessica Millan Patterson won a solid reelection victory. She received over 62% of the delegate votes. She campaigned on her success both in partybuilding – recruiting 42,000 volunteers and raising $36 million, as well as election results – taking back four of the congressional seats that Republicans had lost in 2018. She also laid out her priorities: “This fall, we must recall

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RECALL Update

Someone is finally getting worried! By Wendy Brukwinski, SVGOP Central Committee Member Governor Newsom finally started lifting his draconian lockdowns – do you suppose he got the message that Californians have had enough and won’t take any more? Now we wait for the signature verification effort to complete and the Lt Governor to announce when the recall election will be held.  Do NOT sign anything! The recall signature gathering window ended March 17. Once the signature verification is certified, there’s

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Action Alert – Oppose Critical Race Theory in our schools

We need your help by Wednesday March 17. The State Board of Education had two years to build an inclusive, constructive Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum (ESMC) and they have failed. The 4th draft being voted on this Thursday 3/18 is still based on a Critical Race Theory (CRT) framework. Please do two things: Email the State Board of Education (sbe@cde.ca.gov) with your opposition (sample short email below) Call the Governor’s office during business hours at (916) 445-2841 and leave a message

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