Democratic Latino leaders denounce Newsom recall after poll finds 'slippage' in support

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Several members of the California Latino Legislative Caucus on Thursday denounced the effort to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom, rallying behind him after a recent statewide poll suggested a potential weakness in support among Latino voters for the Democratic governor. Democratic Sen. Maria Elena Durazo, who chairs the 32-member caucus, said Newsom has looked out for the interests of all Californians, including Latino communities, throughout the COVID-19 pandemic by approving rent relief and paid sick-leave protections, as well as providing one-time state stimulus payments and di…

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