Newsom, Cox in last-minute push for votes in CA governor's race

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Ahead of Tuesday's election, the candidates for California governor are making a furious last-minute push for votes.

Democratic candidate Lt. Gavin Newsom visited Los Angeles-area churches on Sunday along with Sen. Kamala Harris.

"I am standing here because I want to strike out against injustice and stand up for ideals and I'm grateful to each and every one of you for believing the same," Newsom told the crowd at the church.

EMBED More News Videos

Republican businessman John Cox campaigned in the Central Valley for his bid in the California governor's race.

Newsom's Republican opponent, businessman John Cox, made his way through the Central Valley Sunday, finishing in Sacramento at night.

His "Help is on the Way" tour made a stop in Fresno.

Cox says the state has become unaffordable for residents, who are paying too much in taxes. He says he's the one to save California.

Download the ABC7 app for election results and live coverage of the 2018 midterm elections: Click here for for iOS devices | click here for Android devices. If you have the app, turn on push notifications and personalize the app. Click on My News from the bottom menu, then star the topics you'd like to follow and tap Done.
Copyright © 2022 KABC Television, LLC. All rights reserved.