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2003 California gubernatorial recall election, in which Governor Gray Davis was recalled and Arnold Schwarzenegger elected in his place 2021 California gubernatorial recall election, which unsuccessfully sought to recall and replace governor Gavin Newsom 1911 California Proposition 8, which introduced the recall lawWhat was the cause of the 2003 recall election?
Proponents of the Governor's recall characterized the increase as a tax hike and used it as an issue in the recall campaign. In mid-August 2003, Davis floated a plan to reverse the increase, making up the revenue with taxes on high income earners, cigarettes, and alcoholic beverages.What caused the 2003 recall of California governor Anthony Davis?
The 2003 recall was prompted by some actions taken by Davis and his predecessor, Governor Wilson. Many people were upset with the governor's decision to block the enactment of Proposition 187, which had been found unconstitutional by a Federal District Court.What is the cost of the 2003 California special election?
In addition, the state will incur costs of approximately $11 million to provide California's 15.3 million registered voters with the state voter information guide. Therefore, the total estimated cost of the October 7, 2003, statewide special election is $53 million to $66 million.*