Faced with a withdrawal election Tuesday that could soon put him out of work, California Gov. Gavin Newsom has pointed to Texas as an example of where the golden state is headed if Republicans take over. , according to a report.
While campaigning last week, Newsom, a Democrat, referred to a new Texas abortion law that many liberals fear could lead the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that legalized abortion in the United States.
“The whole idea that now a constitutional right, the right to vote, the right to reproductive freedom, women’s rights, are now being assaulted – what a remarkable moment it is in American history,” Newsom said to a multitude of campaigns, FOX 11 of Los Angeles reported.
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But ironically, while Newsom and other Democrats portray Texas as a nightmare, Texans point out that more Californian and Californian companies have been moving to Lone Star State, seeking relief from California taxes and regulations, according to the report.
Technology companies Oracle and Hewlett Packard Enterprises are some of those that have changed California for Texas during Newsom’s coronavirus restrictions, according to the report.
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“California is losing population to other states,” Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, wrote on Twitter earlier this month. “In addition, business headquarters are leaving CA at a record pace. Americans travel to Texas more than any other state. We are also number 1 in business relocations. Texas policies attract people more than any other state “.
Abbott’s Sept. 5 message was accompanied by a link to a Forbes story that reported that California has lost 265 of its commercials since 2018, and that the pace of relocations appears to be accelerating.
Forbes noted that by 2020 it showed that the population of California had declined for the first time in history, which cost it a seat in Congress. Cal Matters reported the population drop by the state Department of Finance.
And it was noted that the state’s population was increasingly “two-tiered,” with wealthy elites living in coastal cities and lower-income residents being exiled to inland areas or forced to relocate. .
The Tax Foundation ranked California 49th in the United States for its anti-business tax climate, surpassed only by New Jersey, Forbes reported.
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These and other issues (including California wildfires) will no doubt be on voters ’minds when they go to the polls on Tuesday.
A poll released on Friday showed that 38.5% of respondents were in favor of striving to remember Newsom, while 60% opposed the effort.
President Biden was expected to campaign for Newsom on Monday, following recent appearances by other Democrats such as Vice President Kamala Harris, a former U.S. Senator from California, and U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts.
Republican Larry Elder reportedly led the field among candidates who wanted to replace Newsom.