It’s Official — Angelyne Got More Votes Than Caitlyn Jenner in The Recall Vote In SF

Updated: Oct 07, 2021 10:27
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Even though the Gavin Newsom recall election was nearly three weeks ago, election results still need to be certified and made official. That means double and triple-counting the ballots to make absolutely sure the results are correct, and that can take weeks. But the San Francisco Department of Elections just certified the September 14 recall election vote, and there’s a little surprise in the final, certified results.

Let’s take a look at the second question, and who San Francisco voters chose as their replacement candidate, if Gavin Newsom had lost the recall election.

In the battle for 13th place, Los Angeles billboard model Angelyne finished 212 votes ahead of looney tunes Republican trans sellout Caitlyn Jenner. This despite the fact that Jenner’s campaign raised more than $846,0000, according to state filings, whereas Angelyne’s campaign raised precisely $0.

The bigger picture, of course, is that Gavin Newsom won his hometown City and County of San Francisco by an 86%-14% margin.

Jenner did do better than Angelyne statewide. The current statewide totals show Jenner got 74,671 votes, whereas Angelyne got 35,738 votes. But those results will not be certified and finalized until October 22. So you never know, Angelyne fans, you never know.

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1 Comment

  1. Cadence
    October 7, 2021 at 2:18 pm — Reply

    Are any of them fit to govern others welfare? I doubt that, but the fact that they got any votes, tells me a lot of about how disastrous our democracy is. It’s become a joke!

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