At one time, the state of California was known as the state which was populated by those seeking independence, freedom, and the opportunity to think differently. California grew to the largest state in the nation and at the same time has the fifth largest economy in the world, just behind Japan and ahead of the United Kingdom.
Since the late 1990s when Democrat Gray Davis wrecked California with his progressive policies, California has fallen into a virtual ditch. Slightly recovering under the brief Governorship of Arnold Schwarzenneger, the state slipped into near dystopian dysfunction under the control of Gov. Jerry Brown and Gov. Gavin Newsom.
But there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Larry Elder is running to become the next Governor of California, and with a Newsom recall, is likely to win. And thus, a once hard blue state, the largest blue state in America, could turn deep red. However, California also has one of the worst records of voter fraud of any state in the nation. If Larry Elder wins as Governor, California could quickly move so far to the conservative side that only Florida and South Carolina could be considered more conservative.
An Elder win would mean that California, Texas, and Florida – the three most populous states in America – would have conservative leadership.
On today’s Public Occurrences, Michael O’Fallon calls on all conservatives to support Larry Elder and make California great again.
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