Larry Elder added to CA recall ballot after judge rules he was improperly disqualified

Conservative radio host Larry Elder has been added to the gubernatorial recall ballot after a judge ruled Wednesday that he had been improperly disqualified over a paperwork error.

Harmeet Dhillon wrote “Judge orders California to include Larry Elder on the ballot in California recall election. Says tax returns were never required in the first place for a recall as opposed to a primary election.”

Elder declared “we won” and released a new video.

 

Elder also tweeted after the ruling “This isn’t just a victory for me, but a victory for the people of California and not just those who favor the recall and support me, but all voters, including many who will come to know me. I am thankful for a fair judge.”

A new Inside California Politics / Emerson College poll poll shows Elder in the lead of candidates to replace Newsom.