California Gov. Caitlin Jenner has released a new campaign video addressing the failures of Gavin Newsum’s administration.
The video, posted online Saturday, highlights how California is number one – in all the wrong ways.
“We are number one in regulations, we are number one in taxes and we are number one in people coming out of this state,” Jenner said in a story. “It doesn’t have to be that way.”
The video is a call to voters to make the country competitive again with the likes of Texas and Florida, which have seen an influx of new residents, with large numbers coming from California.
In addition, the business began to leave the country: Elon Musk revealed in December 2020 that he had moved to Texas and was working to move his business from California to Lone Star, the Observer reported.
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“He was so bad in every issue,” Jenner told Fox News Sean Hannity in an interview last week. “He was bad with taxes … he was terrible for business, obviously. Companies are leaving left and right. 18,000 companies have left California. My friends are leaving California!”
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One of the driving factors that led many to consider a change of address was California’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, often cited as one of the strictest blockades. However, the lock-up freed some politicians, such as the infamous meeting in the French salon of Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi or the dinner at Newsom’s French laundry.
Residents are initiating a vote to recall Newsom’s direct response to the pandemic that saw California in the middle of the pack, according to a study by the University of California, Berkley’s Institute for Abandonment and Affiliation.
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Efforts to collect signatures began in mid-2020, and many doubted that the organizers would be able to collect approximately 1.5 million required votes: Organizers submitted 2.1 million signatures by the March 17 deadline.
Jenner, an Olympic gold medalist for decathlon, a transgender and television rights activist, announced in April that she plans to run for governor, relying on her background as a “destroyer” to stand up to established politicians and special services. interests that her country sees.
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“We have to go to Sacramento with a different approach,” Jenner said in his campaign video. “We need to change what is happening here.”