What to expect in an unusual, unjustified California recall election
People listen to speakers at the Recall Gavin Newsom Rally at the San Diego County Administration Building on June 28, 2020. - K.C. Alfred/The San Diego Union-Tribune/TNS

On Monday, it became official: The campaign to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom had submitted more than the nearly 1.5 million verified voter signatures it needed to force an election, and for only the second time in 108 years, California voters will decide whether a sitting governor is worthy of the seat. When? Well, the vote may not occur until November because of procedural requirements delaying Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis' ability to schedule the election and because of flexibility she has to set the date. The state's only other gubernatorial recall election was in 2003. It had 135 candidates, with ...