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€
No surprise that a recent Reuters poll reports Jerry Brown pulling away with a six-point lead over Meg Whitman in California’s gubernatorial race: her detail-free campaign rhetoric doesn’t make sense. Just imagine… Whitman’s “proposal to eliminate 40,000 state worker positions” is so lacking in rudimentary common sense that even failed Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger called…
Three years ago, eBay CEO Meg Whitman allegedly engaged in physical violence in the workplace, per a New York Times report yesterday. As a result, “two… former employees said the company paid a six-figure financial settlement” to the victim, per the Times. The New York Times elaborated: “During her 10 years as chief executive of…
The independent expenditure campaign for Jerry Brown is off to a rapid start. California Working Families for Jerry Brown, a coalition of labor and other groups, has launched its first TV ad. Scheduled to hit the airwaves next week, the spot targets Whitman’s voting record, the lack of one. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efbG3pDoNDY[/youtube]
The Jerry Brown campaign just released its first ad — long anticipated by many. What do you think? Â [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zt-q4OJxikw[/youtube]
Thousands have already signed Jerry Brown’s new petition urging Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman to stop hiding behind her billions by avoiding three bipartisan debates.