Housing Crisis: Newsom Signs Measures To Allow For More Duplexes, Apartments Near TransitTwo days after surviving the recall effort against him, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed several bills aimed at addressing the housing shortage and affordability crisis, one of the state’s most pressing issues.
How Did CBS News Project The California Governor Recall Failed?Gov. Gavin Newsom survived a spirited recall effort Tuesday evening, with voters overwhelmingly rejecting the ouster bid in early returns and opting to keep the incumbent in office.
San Diego Challengers, Kevin Faulconer, John Cox, Give Concession Speeches In California Recall ElectionSan Diego-based challengers former mayor Kevin Faulconer and businessman John Cox gave concession speeches Tuesday after victory was declared for Gov. Gavin Newsom in the California recall election.
Polls Close In California Recall Election, Gov. Newsom Projected WinnerPolls officially closed in California at 8 p.m. Tuesday, where voters cast ballots on whether or not to recall Governor Gavin Newsom. Voters were asked to decide if they want to cut his term short and if yes, they could choose one of the 46 contenders challenging him.
California Recall: Gov. Gavin Newsom Visits Bay Area With 14 Days To Go; Turnout To Be KeyWith two weeks to go until the recall election, Gov. Gavin Newsom was in the Bay Area to make his case. Meanwhile, experts are saying turnout and enthusiasm will likely be key in determining if Newsom will get to keep his job.
Motion To Oppose Halting Recall Election Lawsuit Filed In LAAttorneys filed papers Wednesday in Los Angeles in opposition to a lawsuit seeking to have the gubernatorial recall election called off or the ballot drastically changed before the Sept. 14 deadline to submit ballots.
LA County Turns In 10% Of Vote-By-Mail Ballots So Far During Recall ElectionIn Los Angeles County there are about 400 drop boxes for vote-by-mail ballots during the state recall election. So far, nearly 10% of ballots have been dropped off.
CBS News Poll: Californians Say Recent Rise In Cases Was PreventableAs Californians express widespread concern about the Delta variant, they overwhelmingly say the state's recent rise in cases was preventable, had more people gotten vaccinated and taken more precautions.
'Those That Think This Thing Is Not Close, It Is': Gov. Gavin Newsom Addresses Recall Election Happening Next MonthGov. Gavin Newsom joined democratic leaders for a virtual get-out-the-vote conversation Monday as a recall election is set for September.
Gym Owners Drop Complaint Over Coronavirus RestrictionsCiting next week's full reopening of California's economy, the California Fitness Alliance dropped its complaint challenging state and local restrictions placed on gym operations during the height of the coronavirus.
Newsom Announces Plans To Provide $1.5B Boost for Small BusinessesGov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday that he plans to use some of the $27 billion in federal coronavirus relief funding to help small business owners forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Newsom Reserves 2 FEMA Vaccination Sites For Educators Thursday, FridayGov. Gavin Newsom is reserving coronavirus vaccinations for educators in an effort to get students back onto campus as quickly as possible.
Newsom Tours New Mobile Vaccination Site In InglewoodGovernor Gavin Newsom toured a new mobile vaccination site Sunday at Faithful Central Bible Church in Inglewood.
Newsom: "Not A Sparring Partner, A Working Partner" Governor Welcomes Biden AdministrationGov. Gavin Newsom said he is looking forward to working with the Biden administration, which he believes will be a healthier relationship than California had with the Trump administration.
Newsom: 'We're Going To Increase The Pace And Distribution' At New COVID Vaccination Super SitesGovernor Gavin Newsom said in a press conference Friday that 1.18 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been given out so far across California.