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Joe King is running for office again – and Gavin Newsom is helping

Video: Joe King gets special delivery tips from Gavin Newsom

Joe King is running for elected office. Again. And this time he has some help. In his quest to become a U.S. senator, Joe King has received special delivery tips from California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom. See how one pro pol assists another.
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Joe King is running for elected office. Again. And this time he has some help. In his quest to become a U.S. senator, Joe King has received special delivery tips from California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom. See how one pro pol assists another.

In 2014, Not a Real Person Joe King’s faux candidacy for California governor came to a crashing end with the re-election of Jerry Brown.

After considering a subsequent run for mayor, supervisor, state Assembly and state Senate, Joe King set his sites even higher in 2016: U.S. Senate.

Now, with his latest campaign shifting into high gear, Joe King is receiving help from Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, who came by to offer advice, providing tips about how to gesture properly and give a good speech. He also had thoughts about Joe’s hair and clothes.

Joe Kings wants to be your U.S. senator, and he wants it enough to take advice from California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom on critical political issues. Such as how to strike a decent pose. Remember: Look good, be good.

Joe King knows that to be elected U.S. senator, he needs to keep his hands under control. Joe King also knows that California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom has great hand control. Joe King took a lesson from Newsom on that key leadership discipline.

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