California.  Gavin Newsom is the Governor who most supported Latinos

California. Gavin Newsom is the Governor who most supported Latinos

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California.  Gavin Newsom is the Governor who most supported Latinos

Digital Millennium

/ 08/27/2021 19:25:07

A few weeks after the end of the recall elections, the governor Gavin Newsom has been considered the most pro-Latin governor in California history. As many believe that Latinos have the final decision whether or not Newsom retains his position in California.

Governor Gavin Newsom is one of the leaders in California history who has appointed Latinos to important leadership positions, as the first Latino senator in the United States; Alex Padilla. In addition to giving space to Latino groups in civil society from his first day as governor.

“He has shown that he is a friend of the Latino and immigrant community, and we have to keep him.” Said Dolores Huerta, a 91-year-old civil rights union leader.

Governor Gavin Newsom is one of the Democratic governors who has proven to be an ally of Latinos, unlike several Republican governors who seek a way to paralyze immigration reforms in Congress.

“Just read the reasons for the revocation in the official voter information guide: The laws he passed favor foreign citizens located in our country illegally, over our own citizens.” Dolores Huerta expressed.

For this reason, many political analysts consider that the support that Gavin Newsom has given to the Latino community is the reason why he is in recall elections. By prioritizing high-risk Latino neighborhoods for COVID-19 vaccinations.

In addition to expanding loans for college Dreamers seeking graduate degrees and investing in public education that helps the working-class Latino community meet their community college expenses.

Too endorsed stimulus checks for undocumented Californians who have remained essential workers. In addition to approving temporary housing for agricultural workers who were infected with covid-19.

According to a survey conducted by Emerson / Nextar they found that 54 percent of Latinos are in favor of repeal, a significant change due to propaganda against Newsom on social media.

As long as the candidate Larry Elder has gained more popularity and ground in recent days, despite the investigation that the authorities have begun regarding a complaint of mistreatment towards her ex-partner.