California Governor’s Race
In the final stretch to Election Day, California’s gubernatorial candidates continue on the stump in what has become the most expensive governor’s race in the state’s history.
An outspoken San Francisco attorney has unfurled a huge banner in front of his building in North Beach, stating “F*** Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina.”
Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman encountered a rowdy crowd—some yelling “go home”—when she stopped Friday to visit a popular Cuban pastry shop in Southern California in the final stretch of her campaign.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman told a television host that her former housekeeper, an illegal immigrant, should be deported, but then stepped away from the comment during a campaign stop Thursday.
Attorney General Jerry Brown has raised more than $28 million in his gubernatorial bid, far outstripping the $19 million donors have poured into Republican Meg Whitman’s campaign.
The final Field Poll before the election puts Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman 10 points behind Democrat Jerry Brown.
In one of her most notable campaign attack ads, Republican Meg Whitman portrays her opponent for governor as a puppet of labor—a politician who has benefited from at least $20 million in union spending this year.
A new KPIX-TV CBS 5 poll released Tuesday showed Democrats Jerry Brown and Barbara Boxer leading, while Proposition 19 is no longer favored among likely voters.
California gubernatorial candidates Meg Whitman and Jerry Brown were placed on the hot seat during a joint appearance at a women’s conference Tuesday when they were asked to pull their attack advertising a week before Election Day.
The figure who has been unwittingly cast as the villain in California’s race for governor is finally getting a chance to fire back in a joint appearance with the two candidates hoping to replace him.