California recall: What happens after the Sept. 14 election
California is holding a rare, off-year statewide election on Tuesday in which voters will cast their ballot on just one issue: whether Gov. Gavin Newsom should get to keep his job.
Newsom, who was voted in to the office in November 2018, is just the second California governor in the state’s history to face a recall election. Nearly 50 candidates are running to replace him, should the effort succeed.
In-person early voting is already underway at select polling locations/vote centers around the state, and millions have already returned their absentee ballots by mail or at a secure drop-box location.
For the Sept. 14 election, California voters are being asked two questions.
The first question is: “Shall Gavin Newsom be recalled (removed) from the office of governor?” Voters have two possible answers: “Yes” or “No.”
Voting “yes” means the person favors Newsom’s removal from office, while a “no” vote means he should remain in office through the end of his first term.
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