John Cox, one of the candidates for the new governor of California, is being investigated for his talisman, crown, bear.
Hoping to become the successor to Gavin Newsom, Cox travels from city to city – focusing on San Diego. But on his campaign trail, Cox brings his eye-catching companion: The Bear Tag. San Diego law does not allow wild animals such as lions, tigers, and bears anywhere, except in zoos.
San Diego Humane Society officials have begun an official investigation of Tag, which accompanies the governor’s candidate on every trip. The animal’s existence could depend on the anger of animal activists. “The days when wild animals were seen as toys or toys are over,” says People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. According to the organization, “dangerous wildlife” should not be used for policy purposes.
Democratic Rep, Ben Hesso, is demanding action, while Cox says his bear is having a good time. We did our best to ensure his comfort and safety, and obtained approval from various government agencies. California needs an obnoxious change. We have to get rid of the left feathers. “
Thus Cox stays close to her marketing strategy about the animal kingdom. Among other things, he advertises the slogan “Meet the Beast”. Cox describes herself as “the monster”, with opposition candidate Gavin Newsom acting as “the beauty”. Cox’s official website is registered with voteforthebeast.com and his Twitter account is beastjohncox.
Despite Taj’s efforts, the campaign is not proceeding as hoped. Republican Cox in the polls garnered 36 percent of the vote, which could leave Democrat Gavin Newsom seated for a while.
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