GOVERNOR Gavin Newsom survived a statewide recall election that once again saw some Republicans make unfounded allegations of voter fraud.
Here we look at the family life of the politician.
How many children does Gavin Newsom have?
Montana Tessa is Gavin Newsom’s firstborn with his second wife Jennifer Siebel.
Born September 18, 2009, she is approaching her 12th birthday.
Her first name commemorates the place of her parents’ marriage, and her second name is that of her paternal grandmother.
On June 11, 2011, Siebel and Newsom welcomed the arrival of their first son and second child, Hunter.
Ten years ago.
Her middle name was not included in her public birth announcement.
As for the first name, his mom only said it was her favorite for a boy.
Brooklynn is the couple’s third child.
Born July 3, 2013, she is eight years old.
Her name combines those of two of her mother’s sisters, Brooke and Stacia, and Siebel’s middle name, Lynn.
Dutch, five, is named after the town of Dutch Flat in Placer County, where Gavin Newsom’s father had a house.
William is the name of the boy’s paternal grandfather.
He was born on February 26, 2016.
Why did Gavin Newsom take his kids out of summer camp in July 2021?
California’s 40th governor has removed his children from a summer day camp that did not require children to wear masks, in violation of state policy.
Spokeswoman Erin Mellon said in an email: “The Newsoms were worried to see unvaccinated children unmasked inside a camp their children started attending yesterday and after seeing this they have removed the children from the camp.
“The family reviewed communication from the camp and realized that an email had been missed saying that the camp would not enforce the masking guidelines. Their children will no longer attend this camp.”
State masking rules require everyone, even those who have been vaccinated, to wear masks in youth facilities.
Indeed, children under 12 cannot be vaccinated.
What did Gavin Newsom say about his family when he became governor of California?
Governor Newsom chose to highlight the Covid pandemic in his victory speech.
Speaking to dozens of masked reporters in the crowded courtyard of John L. Burton’s Democratic headquarters in Sacramento, Newsom said: “No is not the only thing that has been expressed tonight.
“I want to focus on what we said yes to as a state.
“We said yes to science. We said yes to vaccines.
“We said yes at the end of this pandemic.
“We have said yes to all of these things that are dear to us as Californians and I would say as Americans. Economic justice, social justice, racial justice, environmental justice are the values that California has done so much progress – all of those things were on the ballot tonight. “
In his brief speech, Newsom also denounced Trumpism.
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