voted against recalling Newsom, a Democrat and an ally of LGBTQ+ people. A second, optional question on the ballot asked voters who should replace Newsom if he is removed.
There were 46 candidates, 24 of them Republicans, including Jenner. She received just about 1 percent of the vote.Newsom “didn’t campaign on not one of his successes, because he doesn’t have any,” Jenner said Tuesday night in an interview shared by Bay Area station KPIX. “I can’t believe that this many people actually voted to keep him in office.
It’s a shame, honestly, it’s a shame. You kind of get the government you deserve.”Newsom, however, remains quite popular in California.