"Democracy Dies in California" is the usual saying for the socialist one-party state with the most rigged election and single party rule outside Cuba or Venezuela.
And so that meant Kamala Harris couldn't have lost her Senate race. She barely had to run.
But California voters may have passively elected her, but no one is all that certain that she has what it takes to run the country into the ground.
On the heels of a high-profile White House campaign launch that cemented Kamala Harris‘ position as a top-tier 2020 contender, a new poll shows voters in her home state are divided on whether she would make a good president.
Forty percent of voters in overwhelmingly Democratic California say the first-term senator would make a good president, and 38 percent say she would not, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday.
That's quite an endorsement.
A majority of Californians polled can't even say Harris would make a good president. And that's in her own state.