Two Republican gubernatorial candidates are hoping for the California GOP's endorsement, but it will be hard to win statewide in blue California.
- Governor of California
- Primary Election: June 5, 2018. Top two candidates move to the General
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Cox on why he’s running
“I love living in California, but I am absolutely disgusted with the blow-dried politicians who just tell you what you want to hear and then do something different when they get to Sacramento.”
Cox on pensions
“We’re spending our legacy for our children every single year and we’re not making the necessary reforms to make sure this state is functional for the next 30 years.”
Cox on infrastructure and transportation
“We’re going to get a lot of infrastructure built, but we’re going to do it with the existing money we have, not dipping our hands more in the pockets of California tax payers.”
Cox on housing
“We’ve got to reform a lot of regulations I think we need to start building bigger. High-rises are a good solutions in a certain areas.”
Election 2018 Voter Guide
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