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Episode 50: Apres le Governor Brown, ç’est le Deluge

Gavin Newsom speaks to supporters at an election-night rally in Los Angeles, Calif., November 6, 2018. (Mike Blake/Reuters)

One the one hand, California voters rejected measures to expand rent control and crushed the U.S. senate ambitions of utopian state Senator Kevin de Leon, but boosted former San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom into the governor’s mansion. David and Will unmix the message voters delivered Tuesday. Intro music by Metalachi, the LA-based mariachi/metal band.

Contact:
David Bahnsen, DBahnsen@thebahnsengroup.com
Will Swaim, will@calpolicycenter.org

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