At Saturday’s OC Labor Day Celebration in Santa Ana Attorney General Jerry Brown complained; â€œMore people have seen me in a Meg Whitman ad than have seen me in my ads.â€ But Brown promised the more than 1,000 labor union members, their families, and supporters, â€œwe have the fire power to deliver the truth to the people of California.â€
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“This campaign is about you, and your neighbors, and your friends. I don’t think you want to see an election that is all about who can buy the most ads,” Brown proclaimed. “It’s really about who cares the most about California; who understands California; and who can unite the very angry and disparate elements that currently make up our state. It’s about building the common base that brings strength to California.”
And that’s scary. The glaring lack of facts is appalling. To this observer, these people represent exactly what it is they themselves fear but somehow cannot recognize. Yet they vote and get others to vote, also. If you want to prevent from occurring what it is that these people are whining about, hook up with…
We’re in Full Election Mode in California now. Candidates have been criss-crossing the State. But, the real push will begin after labor day. But, it is turning out to be quite a show–and a comic one at that. On the one hand, there is the Jerry Brown v. Meg Whitman battle to take the top…
BREAKING NEWS: Governor Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Jerry Brown have both asked Judge Walker to lift his stay on his order overturning Prop 8 and allow same-gender marriages to resume.
California Working Families for Jerry Brown for Governor 2010 (CAWF) today announced that it has begun airing a new internet ad calling out Meg Whitman for the highly misleading campaign she is currently running.
Clearly our messages are resonating with voters; otherwise Whitman wouldnâ€™t respond by trying to bully the messenger,â€ said CAWF spokesman Roger Salazar. â€œItâ€™s also clear with this new ad Meg Whitman wants to once again buy her way out of trouble.â€