SAN RAFAEL (KCBS) – On the same day she held her last gubernatorial debate in San Rafael with Jerry Brown, Meg Whitman put another $20 million of her own money into her campaign.

So far Whitman has put $140 million into her campaign.  KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier says this sets a new record.

Matier says he suspects that a lot of the money is going towards getting out the vote now because people are starting to mail in absentee votes.

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Comments (8)
  1. bob.lime says:

    What a joke, give up already.

  2. Mark says:

    And people are thinking about voting for her? guess that is where the word “who^e” comes in she thinks she can but us like a cheap one. Sorry I am a Republican voting Brown its insulting to me she is trying to buy my vote, if you have that much support do like Brown and RAISE MONEY!! what a concept to work for an election! BROWN 2010!!!

  3. AT says:

    Mark, I guess you are either too young remember or have no memory of what Jerry did to the state in his last stint as governor or the fine shape he left oakland in? So keep turning a blind eye and watch as Jerry and the public unions that support him continue to bilk the state dry! DUMAS…

  4. dan says:

    Brown has yet to put one dime of his money into getting elected, instead depends on special interest, every state employee and almost every union to support his agenda, these people will demand payback once Brown is elected.

  5. Rob says:

    Guess she wants to be Governor more than anyone else does.

    1. paul says:

      and that is a good thing, Brown only want to keep Calif. going in the same direction, down.

  6. dave says:

    Thanks Meg, I’m glad you spend another $20 millions for
    TV stations and radio stations. All of us wont vote for you but at least the
    TV stations and radio stations are making money

  7. Frank C says:

    I hire people with experience when I need work done in my home. I will NOT hire an inexperienced amateur politician to run California. Yes, I’m a Republican.

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