Conservative radio host Larry Elder said on Monday that he would enter the California gubernatorial recall election.
“The Sage from South Central,” nationally syndicated talk radio host Larry Elder opens his daily radio show with, “We’ve got a country to save!”
“If I enter this race one of the big reasons is the way this man handled the coronavirus, imposing the most severe lockdowns of any of the 50 states, often ignoring science, science that said in-school learning would be perfectly okay under precautions.” Mentions Larry’s focus on violent crime and the 76,000 inmates about to be released in California. Mentions Elder’s appearance at L.A. County Registrar of Voters Office on July 13.
Conservative talk radio host Larry Elder has announced a bid for governor in California’s recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom (D).
“I’m running for governor because the decline of California isn’t the fault of its people,” Elder said in a press release. “Our government is what’s ruining the Golden State. Our schools are closed to both students and their parents. Our streets aren’t safe from rising violent crime or the disaster of rising homelessness. And the scandals of Sacramento aren’t going to stop on their own. It’s time to tell the truth. We’ve got a state to save.”
Salem Radio Talk Show host Larry Elder on the meaning of the American flag and considering running for California governor.
“As a California community organizer in touch with the issues on the ground, my focus has been to educate the community on practical solutions on the issues that affect Californians.”