By Alex Tavlian | Originally Posted on San Joaquin Valley Sun.
Larry Elder, the long-time talk radio host whose booming voice has long-dominated Los Angeles drive-time radio, is an unlikely candidate for Governor, to say the least.
But spending hours on end chatting about the troubles of the Golden State has left him fairly well-equipped to breakdown the big issues.
Now, his eleventh-hour entrance, and a splashy lawsuit to guarantee his placement on the ballot, have propelled him into the California Recall race has propelled him to the top of the heap in recent public polling.
Wednesday, as fellow candidates seeking to replace Gov. Gavin Newsom gathered in Yorba Linda for the first debate of the recall season, Elder spoke with The San Joaquin Valley Sun as he ventured to an event in Bakersfield.