The Democrat has described the recall campaign against him as a partisan Republican effort to remove him from office.
The actor has said he was "seriously considering running" for Governor of California in a recall election—but does he stand a chance against Caitlyn Jenner?
"This Republican recall threatens our values and seeks to undo the important progress we've made -- from fighting COVID, to helping struggling families, protecting our environment, and passing commonsense gun violence solutions," Newsom wrote in a tweet. "There's too much at stake."
A petition to recall the governor has received more than 1.6 million valid signatures, according to state election officials.
The election is likely to take place in the fall and aspiring contenders have another 58 days to announce their campaigns.
"Anyone has a chance because the people are dissatisfied with what's going on here in California," the actor and former governor told Jimmy Kimmel.
The conservative commentator told Fox News that he is "not a huge fan" of the Republican Party supporting the transgender activist.
California's secretary of state validated the minimum 1.5 million signatures needed for the recall.
The gubernatorial hopeful slammed congressman Lieu's "condescending tone" while he shared a "Schoolhouse Rock video for you to educate yourself."
Some industries groups say fracking could account for up to 20 percent of the state's oil production.
The transgender celebrity is running as a Republican, but GOP lawmakers across the country are pushing anti-trans legislation.
Jenner announced Friday that she is running for governor of California, as millions demand the recall of the current governor, Gavin Newsom. But Jenner's ties to former President Donald Trump may cost her support from LGBTQ groups.
"More than 2.1 million Californians have worked tirelessly during the past year to get the recall effort against Governor Gavin Newson on the ballot," Randy Economy of the recall effort told Newsweek.
"Sacramento needs an honest leader with a clear vision," Jenner said in a statement today.
Organizers in the recall of California Governor Gavin Newsom, including the Republican Governors Association and the leader of the grassroots group that led signature gathering, said they will not get involved in candidate endorsements.
Governor Newsom's anti-recall campaign has been endorsed by prominent Democrats like Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, voting rights activist Stacey Abrams and Democratic National Committee Chair Jaime Harrison.
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California Democrats have proposed changing the law to allow elected officials targeted by recall efforts to contact those who signed the recall petition to verify that signatures had not been gathered deceptively, along with other proposals that would make the recall process more difficult.
With 51,000 more students set to return to in-person learning in New York City, the total number of students in classrooms of the country's largest school district is still low.
The Democratic governor is facing the prospect of a challenge to his position later this year, with polling at present tipping him to hold his role.
According to reports, Jenner is liaising with political consultants for a possible move into the world of politics.
"Absolutely not," the governor said. "In fact, quite the contrary. We're just focused on the data, disease prevalence. I'm focused on what's actually happening on the ground."
The vice president said the White House would be "supportive" of the California governor.
California Democrats worry a worsening situation at the border in the coming months could add to Newsom's political challenges in the recall effort.
Four people, including a child, have been killed and others injured in a shooting in Orange, California.
Schwarzenegger told Politico that "these are the signatures of the ordinary folks that have signed on."
The California governor has sought to paint the recall campaign as a partisan effort by the state's Republican Party.
The Democratic governor is facing a recall vote with a campaign touting more than 2 million signatures for a petition pushing such action.
The recall campaign said it collected more than 2 million signatures ahead of its March 17 deadline.
Five Republican legislators from California are looking to strip Governor Gavin Newsom of his emergency powers and turn control of the pandemic response over to local leaders.