Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Hewitt lays out platform for governor run

Jeff Hewitt, Riverside 5th District supervisor, tells protesters at the Open California Now to rally and protest to put the pressure on the county board members for all of Riverside County to lift the business and church coronavirus distancing orders still in effect.
RIVERSIDE  - Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Hewitt outlined why he is running for governor today in an op-ed published in several Southern California News Group newspapers. The Libertarian businessman is running to challenge Gov. Gavin Newsom in the upcoming recall election.He says as a Libertarian, not a member of either major party, he has "the ability to accept the best ideas of each side and work for consensus and compromise that benefits the state as a whole."Last Monday, the California Secretary of State's office confirmed that enough validated signatures had been gathered to force a recall election, likely in November. In the op-ed, Hewitt cited some of Newsom's actions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic as reasons that pushed him to throw his hat in the ring. He accused
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