VIDEO: Why do California Democrats vote Republican this time? | LiveFEED® Interview

For our new interview, we sat down with California resident, activist and life-long Democrat Sheryl McKeown-Harper who shared her personal story of growing up in California in the 1970s, raised by the hippies, and eventually leaving the party of “love and inclusion” in summer of 2020. Sheryl also shared her own personal reasons for voting Republican this time.

If you or someone in your family is experiencing the same transition (or the one in the opposite direction), share your story with us — we’d love to hear it!


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If you haven’t already, check out our exclusive interview with Senator Brian Dahle, a Republican challenger of the incumbent Governor Gavin Newsom in the California gubernatorial election:

During our interview, we had a chance to discuss some of the most pressing questions that California is facing right now, submitted by our viewers. Inflation, crime, homelessness, drought, and freedom of choice were some of the hot-button issues we covered. If there are any other questions that concern you as a Californian, please drop them in the comments under this video on our YouTube channel!

Also check out our video with the highlights of the debate between incumbent governor Gavin Newsom and his Republican challenger Senator Brian Dahle:


California Election Day is November 8th. Registered voters are able to cast their vote either in-person or by a mail-in ballot. All vote-by-mail ballots must be postmarked on or before 8:00 p.m. on November 8, and received by November 15, 2022. If you just relocated to California and haven’t registered to vote yet, you can come into one of the polling stations, provide your information and cast a provisional ballot through same-day voter registration. Every voter can check their registration status and find the nearest polling place on the California Secretary of State website.

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