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Gov. Gavin Newsom at a rally on Wednesday. The Times editorial board urges Californians to vote no to his recall. Copy Link URL Copied! If you are a registered voter in California, you should have received a ballot in the mail for Tuesday’s recall election.What happens if there is a recall election?
And finally, if the recall passes, then the replacement candidate with the most votes, even if it’s a tiny amount of the total, wins. The winner is not required to win a majority of the actual electorate or even just win more votes than the number of people who opposed the recall.How many voters plan to vote ‘no’ on recall?
A Change Research survey of 782 likely voters released Friday found that only 32% of people who plan to vote “no” on the recall have selected a candidate for the second question; 38% plan on leaving it blank.Did you receive your California recall ballot in the mail?
If you are a registered voter in California, you should have received a ballot in the mail for Tuesday’s recall election. You may have filled it out and mailed it back as millions of Californians have already done or cast a ballot in person at one of the early voting centers. Good for you. You can stop reading now.