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Although the special election in California to recall Governor Gavin Newsom wasn’t successful, one candidate who ran, Rhonda Furin, isn’t throwing in the towel. She joins the hosts of “After Dark” to discuss her run for governor in the Golden State. She cites election fraud and votes still being counted as reasons she hasn’t conceded. From canvassing voters on her own, she believes there were more votes to recall Newsom than not. Because she isn’t sure what steps she will take if the votes are certified in the coming weeks, she has gotten legal representation to advise her.
Aside from the election, Furin also weighs in on Newsom’s mandatory vaccination for children and making mail-in voting a part of the California election process. She says she is against both and hopes the people of California speak out against them.
Rhonda Furin was born and raised in Minnesota. She moved to California in 1996 to reach out and share her passion for education with the growing population of children. Her educational background is extensive. She is a 1985 graduate of Lowthian College, has a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, a Minnesota Teaching License from Bemidji State University, and received a Master of Science in Education/Special Education/CLAD from National University, La Jolla, CA. She graduated with Alpha Sigma Lambda honors and is a 2007-08 Cambridge Lifetime Member on Who’s Who in Executives and Professionalism. A 2008 National Association of Professional Women on Excellence and Dedication to the field of education.
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