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SF State professor and recall candidate hosts election party
September 22, 2021
The California National Party held an election night viewing party for their recall replacement candidate for governor, Michael Loebs, Sept. 21 at a San Francisco bar.
Loebs, who has been a political science SF State professor since 2013, conversed and enjoyed drinks throughout the evening at Liquid Gold, a craft beer wine and taproom on Hyde Street.
The political professor finished the night with about 15,000 votes and, ultimately, seemed pleased to be part of the process. He finished the election with over 23,000 votes, according to the California secretary of state.
Loebs also has served as the chairperson for the California National Party since 2019.