Nick Corasaniti

New York Times domestic correspondent covering national politics

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Gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder appears to be adopting former President Donald Trump’s reelection strategy: Make baseless allegations that the election is rigged.

Some Republicans are claiming the Newsom recall race is rigged. Is that strategy working for the GOP?

Gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder appears to be adopting former President Donald Trump’s reelection strategy: Make baseless allegations that the election is rigged.

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