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The California recall is over, and it didn’t present a lot suspense. However whereas voters’ verdict was clear, the importance of Gavin Newsom’s win for the nationwide panorama is much less apparent. I spoke with nationwide political correspondent Gabriel Debenedetti about the right way to interpret what went down within the Golden State.



Gavin Newsom wearing a suit and tie: Time to celebrate! (Maybe not at the French Laundry.) Bing Guan/Bloomberg via Getty Images


© Bing Guan/Bloomberg through Getty Pictures
Time to rejoice! (Perhaps not on the French Laundry.) Bing Guan/Bloomberg through Getty Pictures

Ben: In the long run, it wasn’t shut: Governor Gavin Newsom romped to victory in Tuesday’s California recall over his closest rival Larry Elder, and a

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Tuesday is election day in California as Gov. Gavin Newsom faces a recall, solely the fourth gubernatorial recall election in U.S. historical past. On this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew checks in on the recall and different upcoming races and discusses how former President Donald Trump’s endorsement of 1 specific candidate is shaping the Wyoming major. In addition they discuss surveys on Democrats’ $3.5 trillion social coverage and local weather change invoice and whether or not they’re or dangerous use of polling. Later within the present, FiveThirtyEight senior writers Maggie Koerth and Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux come on to

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Supreme Court docket Justice Stephen Breyer, in a dialog with “Fox Information Sunday,” lamented how politically charged the Supreme Court docket has turn into by way of folks’s attitudes towards the judiciary, whereas expressing hope that the establishment is not going to lose the religion of the general public.

Breyer, 83, mentioned an thought from his new guide, “The Authority of the Court docket and the Peril of Politics,” by which he quotes Alexander Hamilton in stating that not like different branches of the federal authorities, the judicial department depends on public acceptance to take care of its authority. Regardless

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Biden has at all times prided himself on his oratorical expertise, which he had honed over time regardless of a childhood stutter. Generally, they labored to his profit — like when he was hailed early in his profession because the chief of a brand new era of Democrats and presided over the Judiciary Committee throughout crucial Supreme Court docket nomination hearings. Generally, his confidence in them was betrayed by the outcomes, like when he went on a riff about Barack Obama’s articulateness throughout the 2008 primaries, or the numerous different moments when he mentioned one thing off the cuff that

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Americans just can’t stop fighting about abortion. It’s a third-rail issue that has alternately animated the left and emboldened the right. But now, in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s refusal to halt a new Texas law that bans abortions after six weeks and allows citizens to reap bounties for turning in anyone who provides or facilitates one, the politics of the 50-year political stalemate on abortion may be shifting.

Republicans hope a major victory on abortion will strengthen their base, while Democrats think a significant defeat on abortion could galvanize theirs. To Republicans, the Supreme Court’s refusal to

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President Biden celebrated his close relationship with labor unions Monday during an unscheduled Labor Day trip to a local branch of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in Delaware, noting their critical role in advancing his political career.

Biden met with the union’s leadership, including IBEW President Lonnie Stephenson. He interacted with some workers during the short visit, declaring at one point that union members were the supporters who “brung me to the dance,” according to Bloomberg’s Jennifer Epstein.

The president brought sandwiches from a local Italian sub shop and spoke with the mother of one union worker by cell

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