LOS ANGELES (AP) — A leading Republican candidate in the California recall election that could remove Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom reported income over $100,000 in the last year from sources that included the media company that carries his nationally syndicated talk radio show and a film company.
Records show candidate Larry Elder also received income from speeches to conservative groups and advertising for a supplement.
Candidates are required to disclose financial interests to avoid potential conflicts of interest.
Elder initially failed to list sources of income, which his campaign said was an oversight. A revised statement shows he had income of $10,000 or more from 11 sources.