Gov. Gavin Newsom has fought for the working class by pushing for the largest budget in California history, with poverty-targeting initiatives including direct payments to millions of Californians, more money for housing, debt relief, pre-K education and secure access to broadband internet. He’s not perfect, but the alternative is much worse.

This recall is a blatant attack on the civil rights, liberties and policies that are supported by the vast majority of Californians. My future, and the future of other young people in the state is dependent on preventing California from going backwards. To protect the future we’re working toward, please vote “No” in this recall.

Izzy Scotti

Redwood City

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Tommy Tee

Agree--a solid 100% NO!

Terence Y

Izzy, you may want to take a gander over to today's Letter to the Editor from Ms. James to see how Newsom fought for himself more than for the working class. You may also want to take a class in government to contrast civil rights, liberties and policies against what Newsom has done to the majority of Californians. An additional class in budgeting wouldn’t hurt, either, to understand that your future and the future of other young people in the state, along with all your kids, will be paying for the largest budget in California history, possibly for the rest of your lives. Please vote Yes on the recall, and then for a replacement candidate who will get their chance to make California great, again. If anyone plans on voting in person, or even if you’re not, take pictures or video of anything that appears to violate free and fair elections and forward to your replacement candidate or all replacement candidates.

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