Newsom Will Move Family To California Governor’s Mansion

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – Gavin Newsom will move his family to Sacramento when he takes over as California governor next week. The decision announced Friday ends speculation about whether the new first family would take up residence in the recently remodeled governor’s mansion a few blocks from the state Capitol. Newsom and his wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, had equivocated about whether to move, citing concerns about uprooting their young children. The family lives in Marin County near San Francisco. Outgoing Gov. Jerry Brown and wife Anne Gust Brown moved out of the 142-year-old Victorian mansion on Friday. Newsom’s four children will be the first gubernatorial kids to live in the mansion since Brown’s sister, Kathleen, lived there as a teenager during the administration of their father, Pat Brown, in the 1960s.

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