Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Brian Dahle | Sacramento Chef Competes in Hulu’s ‘Chefs vs. Wild’
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Gubernatorial candidates Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, left, and Republican challenger state Sen. Brian Dahle shake hands after their debate held by KQED Public Television in San Francisco, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022.
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Updated Nov. 1, 2022 at 10:27 a.m.
State Senator Brian Dahle is running for California governor. A conversation with the Republican candidate about his vision for the state. Also, a Sacramento chef competes in the new Hulu series “Chefs vs. Wild.”
In one week, polls will close across California, and votes will be tallied for the Midterm. A statewide race that hasn’t garnered as much of the spotlight as one would think is for governor. Governor Gavin Newsom is running for a second term in what might feel like déjà vu after surviving a gubernatorial recall last year. His challenger is Republican State Senator Brian Dahle, with a decade of experience in the state legislature. The two challenged each other in the one and only debate that competed with NFL on a Sunday afternoon. We reached out to Gov. Newsom for an interview about running for re-election and have yet to get a response from his campaign. But Insight Host Vicki Gonzalez and State Senator Dahle had a wide-ranging conversation about his vision for California and different solutions he believes would move the state forward. Their conversation was part of an event hosted by the Sacramento Press Club and held at CalMatters in downtown Sacramento.
Chefs vs. Wild
Chefs vs. Wild on Hulu is a show where foraging meets fine dining as world-class chefs are dropped into the wilderness, forcing them to survive and create a five-star meal. If you've watched the show, you may have spotted Sacramento chef Kevin O'Connor competing on the show. Kevin is no beginner when it comes to foraging and cooking in nature with an open fire. Insight caught up with Kevin about how his life has influenced his cooking and how he teaches others to forage, cook and appreciate olive oil.
Editor's note: Sen. Brian Dahle said the Oroville spillway crisis happened in 2018. The correct year was Feb. 2017.