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How the California recall works

Daniel Weintraub, a Sacramento Bee columnist, has explained the nitty gritty details of the recall in this recent
column. Thanks to Polizeros at Political State Report for the link and a pithy restatement and commentary on the Weintraub column.

Comments

Is Guy Davis eligible to run in the recall election? If so, it seems he could be thrown out by a majority and elected by a plurality on the same day.

This, to me, seems like the most likely scenario given Davis polling numbers, Democratic unity, and the balkanization of the California Republican Party.