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Gavin Christopher Newsom born October 10, is an American politician serving as the 49th and current Lieutenant Governor of California , elected in and re-elected in He served as Mayor of San Francisco from to Newsom is the Democratic candidate in the gubernatorial election , after having placed first in the primary on June 5, He is a national progressive figure who was a prominent early advocate for same sex marriage , universal healthcare , and legalization of cannabis.

After graduation, he founded the PlumpJack wine store with family friend Gordon Getty as an investor. The PlumpJack Group now manages 23 businesses, including wineries, restaurants, and hotels. Newsom began his political career in when San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown appointed him to serve on the city's Parking and Traffic Commission and as a member of the Board of Supervisors the following year.

In , Newsom was elected the 42nd Mayor of San Francisco, the city's youngest in a hundred years. Newsom was formerly married to former Fox News on-air personality Kimberly Guilfoyle and has four young children with his second wife, filmmaker Jennifer Siebel Newsom.

He is a fourth-generation San Franciscan. His father is of mostly Irish descent; one of Newsom's maternal great-grandfathers, Scotsman Thomas Addis , was a pioneer scientist in the field of nephrology and a professor of medicine at Stanford University. Newsom is the second cousin, twice removed, of musician Joanna Newsom.

Newsom's parents separated when he was two and divorced in At age ten, Newsom moved with his mother and sister to nearby Marin County. While Newsom later reflected that he did not have an easy childhood, [12] he attended kindergarten and first grade at the French American bilingual school in San Francisco. He eventually transferred because of severe dyslexia that still affects him.

His dyslexia has made it difficult for him to write, spell, read and work with numbers. In an interview with The San Francisco Chronicle , his sister recalled Christmas holidays when their mother told them there wouldn't be any gifts.

Newsom attended Santa Clara University on a partial baseball scholarship, where he graduated in with a B. Newsom was a left-handed pitcher for Santa Clara, but he threw his arm out after two years and hasn't thrown a baseball since.

He later reflected on his education fondly, crediting the Jesuit approach of Santa Clara that he said has helped him become an independent thinker who questions orthodoxy.

While in school, Newsom spent a semester studying abroad in Rome. In , the group started the PlumpJack Winery with the financial help [18] of his family friend Gordon Getty. PlumpJack was the name of an opera written by Getty, who invested in 10 of Newsom's 11 businesses.

According to Getty, later business investments were because of "the success of the first. One of Newsom's early interactions with government occurred when Newsom resisted the San Francisco Health Department requirement to install a sink at his PlumpJack wine store.

When Newsom was later appointed supervisor, he told the San Francisco Examiner: The business grew to an enterprise with more than employees. Newsom sold his share of his San Francisco businesses when he became mayor in He is currently the president in absentia of Airelle Wines Inc. Newsom's first political experience came when he volunteered for Willie Brown 's successful campaign for mayor in At the time, he became the youngest member of San Francisco's board of supervisors and also, like Shelley before him, the board's only heterosexual Caucasian male.

Newsom was sworn in by his father and pledged to bring his business experience to the board. In , San Francisco's voters chose to exchange at-large elections to the board for the previous district system and Newsom was reelected in and in to represent the second district, which includes the Pacific Heights , Marina , Cow Hollow , Sea Cliff , and Laurel Heights.

He faced no opposition in his reelection. His district had the highest income level and the highest Republican registration in San Francisco. As a San Francisco Supervisor, Newsom gained public attention for his role in advocating reform of the city's Municipal Railway "Muni".

He sponsored Proposition B to require Muni and other city departments to develop detailed customer service plans. Newsom also supported allowing restaurants to serve alcohol at their outdoor tables, banning tobacco advertisements visible from the streets, stiffer penalties for landlords, and a resolution to commend Colin Powell for raising money for youth programs that was defeated. During Newsom's time as supervisor, he supported housing projects through public—private partnerships to increase homeownership and affordable housing in San Francisco.

As a candidate for mayor, he supported building 10, new housing units to create 15, new construction jobs. As supervisor, Newsom had as his centerpiece a voter initiative called Care Not Cash Measure N , which offered care, supportive housing, drug treatment, and help from behavioral health specialists for the homeless in lieu of direct cash aid from the state's general assistance program.

Newsom placed first in the November 4, , general election in a nine-man field. Newsom won the runoff race, capturing 53 percent of the vote to Gonzalez's 47 percent and winning by 11, votes.

Newsom was sworn in as mayor on January 3, He called for unity among the city's political factions and promised to address the issues of potholes, public schools, and affordable housing. San Francisco's progressive community attempted to find a candidate to run a strong campaign against Newsom.

Matt Gonzalez also decided not to challenge Newsom. When the August 10, , filing deadline passed, the discussion around San Francisco shifted to talk about Newsom's second term.

He was challenged in the election by 13 candidates that included George Davis, a nudist activist, and Michael Powers, owner of the Power Exchange sex club.

He signed the Health Choices Plan in to provide San Francisco residents with universal healthcare. In , Newsom gained national attention when he directed the San Francisco city—county clerk to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples , in violation of the state law passed in Implementation of Care Not Cash began on July 1, As part of his Care Not Cash initiative, 5, more homeless people were given permanent shelter in the city.

As of October 21, , about 2, people have been placed into permanent housing with support. He vowed that the city would boycott the hotels by not sponsoring city events in any until the hotels agreed to a contract with workers. The contract dispute was settled in September In , Newsom pushed for a state law to allow communities in California to create policy restricting certain breeds of dogs. The animal control agency under his direction created a working dog task force report that cited Denver, Colorado, as a best practice for a law in California.

In , Newsom came under attack for his implementation the City of San Francisco's sanctuary city rule, under which the city was to not assist U. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. In , Newsom received the Leadership for Healthy Communities Award along with Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York City and three other public officials for his commitment to making healthful food and physical activity options more accessible to children and families.

He signed a menu-labeling bill into law, requiring that chain restaurants print nutrition information on their menus.

In , then-San Francisco Supervisor Newsom promoted the Care Not Cash program which cut county general assistance programs to be replaced with housing and other forms of service. He also promoted a ban Proposition M: Aggressive Solicitation Ban on aggressive panhandling which included a ban for panhandling on public transportation and near ATMs.

It also prohibited repeatedly soliciting money, blocking the way, touching or following a person while soliciting, or intentionally trying to intimidate. On June 30, , then-Mayor Newsom pledged to fix San Francisco's homeless problem within 10 years and clear downtown streets of its widespread homeless population. He stated that people who were homeless and seriously ill would be given shelter. Before the program in , there was a 8, generally homeless and 4, street homeless population in San Francisco.

However, after , the homeless population has stayed approximately the same. In fact, the San Francisco population of homeless rose 3 percent between and The percentage of the homeless population in jail was cut in half between and , which is an indicator that some of the homeless population who would have ended up in jail were now being housed and treated.

In , Newsom gained national attention when he directed the San Francisco city—county clerk to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples , in violation of the then-current state law. Still, Newsom's unexpected move brought national attention to the issues of gay marriage , solidifying political support for Newsom in San Francisco and in the gay community.

During the election, Newsom was a prominent and vocal opponent of Proposition 8 , the ballot initiative to reverse the California Supreme Court ruling that there was a constitutional right to same-sex marriage.

It's going to happen, whether you like it or not. In April , Newsom announced his intention to run for governor of California in the election. In September , he received the endorsement of former president Bill Clinton. During the campaign, Newsom remarked that, if elected, he'd like to be referred to as "The Gavinator" a reference to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's nickname, "The Governator ".

Throughout the campaign, however, Newsom suffered low poll numbers, trailing Democratic frontrunner Jerry Brown by more than 20 points in most polls. In February , Newsom filed initial paperwork to run for lieutenant governor , [70] and officially announced his candidacy in March. The one-week delay was to ensure that a successor as mayor of San Francisco was chosen before he left office. Lee , the city administrator, took office the day after Newsom was sworn in as lieutenant governor.

In , Newsom drew criticism for his negative view [ clarification needed ] of California's state capital Sacramento. On November 4, , Newsom was re-elected as lieutenant governor of California, defeating Republican Ron Nehring with His second term began on January 5, , the same date when Governor Brown was sworn in for a second term after his re-election.

On February 11, , Newsom announced that he was opening a campaign account for governor in the elections , allowing him to raise funds for a campaign to succeed Jerry Brown as the fortieth Governor of California.

Newsom released his first book, Citizenville: The CRC exemplifies ideas presented in Newsom's Citizenville , encouraging direct public involvement in government affairs via modern technology. In , Newsom partnered with the Institute for Advanced Technology and Public Policy at California Polytechnic State University to launch Digital Democracy, an online tool that uses facial and voice recognition to enable users to navigate California legislative proceedings.

In November , Newsom joined then-Long Beach City College Superintendent Eloy Oakley in an op-ed calling for the creation of the California College Promise, which would create partnerships between public schools, public universities and employers and offer a free community college education.

In December , Newsom called on the University of California to reclassify computer science courses as a core academic class in order to incentivize more high schools to offer computer science curriculum.

In , the Lieutenant Governor passed a series of reforms at the University of California to provide student-athletes with additional academic and injury-related support, and to ensure that contracts for athletic directors and coaches emphasized academic progress.

This came in response to several athletics programs, including the University of California - Berkeley's football team, which garnered the lowest graduation rates in the country. In , Newsom was the only statewide politician to endorse California Proposition 47 , a piece of legislation that decriminalized nonviolent offenses like drug and property crimes, turning them into misdemeanors as opposed to felonies.

The report's recommendations to regulate marijuana were intended to inform a legalization measure on the November ballot. In response to pro-enforcement statements made by Press Secretary Sean Spicer , Newsom sent a letter on February 24, , to Attorney General Sessions and President Trump, urging them not to increase federal enforcement against recreational cannabis firms opening up in California.

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