Tag: governor’s race
It may be the only time the governor debates the GOP challenger. Watch for some telltale signs.
Among likely Republican voters, Brown polls higher than the GOP establishment candidate, Neel Kashkari.
His 3,000 donors are giving an average of only $402, far below that raised by the other candidates.
Says his history running the TARP program for the Bush administration prepared him for tough, thankless jobs.
Former lieutenant governor quits after failing to gain hoped-for moderate support and falling into debt.
A new Field Poll shows California voters think Brown is doing a good job, and could win another term.
The grumpy cat stares into the distance. “Students?” The text asks. “No.” A bit confused? The image is one of dozens of attempts Republican gubernatorial candidate Abel Maldonado has made at translating criticisms of Gov. Jerry Brown’s policies into Internet-friendly memes. (The idea here being that Brown isn’t prioritizing education, and is spending Prop. 30 […]
Gov. Jerry Brown is a formidable candidate for re-election with $10 million in the bank, favorable poll numbers and the advantages that go to any Democrat running for re-election in California. Two Republicans are ignoring those odds, though, and are already campaigning for governor. And they couldn’t be more different from each other. In fact, […]
If you’re like most California voters, you’re going to vote on Tuesday for either Meg Whitman or Jerry Brown, if you have not already done so. Still, you do have some other choices besides the Republican and Democratic candidates; there are four other names on the ballot, representing third parties. The California Report’s Governing California […]