Nov. 6, 2018 Governor

Brochure (front, back inside), 11" x 6".  Opens to 11" x 16 1/2".

Courage. For a Change.

GAVIN NEWSOM. Bold leadership for California

The first Mayor to recognize the right of everyone to marry the person they love.

The first Mayor to guarantee access to healthcare for all his city's residents.

The fighter who took on the powerful gun lobby to pass commonsense gun safety reform.

The leader who balanced seven budgets in a row - without laying off a single teacher, police officer, or firefighter.

Today, as the costs of everyday life in California continue to skyrocket, we need a Governor committed to building an upward economy that works for every Californian.


Creating California's OPPORTUNITY
California needs a comprehensive strategy for education success and economic growth. That means investing in public schools and supporting teachers, extending the promise of an affordable college education, making education a lifelong cradle-to-career commitment and aligning our education system with the modern economy to ensure the Jobs of the future stay here in California.

Building California's FUTURE
Across all 58 counties, we need to build a physical foundation worthy of California's greatness. That includes unprecedented investment in affordable housing and other Job-creating infrastructure, from roads and bridges to ports, from water facilities to wireless and broadband networks. We must do this while keeping our commitment to air and water quality, coastal protection, environmental Justice, climate standards and public lands.

Defending California's
California's values aren't just a point of pride; they are the very fabric of the state's history and our future. We must continue to lead the nation in public policies that reflect those values - providing universal healthcare and universal pre-K, defending immigrants and reforming the criminal justice system, ensuring equal pay and paid family leave, and more - while defending them against a Trump Administration determined to undermine them at every turn.


Flyer, 8 1/2" x 11".

ed. note.  Through Sept. 11 at least, both the Newsom and Cox campaigns were still relying on their literature from the June primary, shown above.  In fact these pieces date to Feb. 2018 and the CDP Convention.