California Gov. Gavin Newsom committed Monday to nominating a Black woman for the U.S. Senate should Sen. Dianne Feinstein resign from the seat she’s held for more than two decades. Newsom made the comments to MSNBC host Joy Reid in an appearance on her show, saying he has multiple names in mind for the spot.
The governor’s surprise statement came as Reid asked Newsom if he would commit to naming a Black woman to the Senate if Feinstein steps down and whether he has thought of particular replacements. Newsom told Reid, “I have multiple names in mind. We have multiple names in mind — and the answer is yes.”
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom has committed to nominating a Black woman for the U.S. Senate should Sen. Dianne Feinstein retire from the seat she’s held for more than two decades. https://t.co/o4GFBPqkzC
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