Former eBay CEO and 2010 California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman has returned to the Procter & Gamble Co.’s board of directors.
New campaign finance reports show Jerry Brown spent about $36.5 million in his successful bid to become governor of California by defeating the highest-spending candidate for statewide office in the country’s history.
Former eBay chief executive Meg Whitman resurfaced Thursday after months of silence following her loss in the California governor’s race, being named to the Hewlett-Packard Co. board of directors.
Secretary of State Debra Bowen says 59.6 percent of California’s eligible voters cast ballots on Nov. 2, the highest for a gubernatorial election in the state since 1994.
A powerful California union brought to light the illegal immigrant former housekeeper of billionaire gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman, according to a newspaper report.
Former gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman has agreed to pay her former housekeeper $5,500 in unpaid wages to settle a dispute that erupted in the final month of the campaign.
The 72-year-old Democrat, who defeated Republican Meg Whitman in the governor’s race, said he plans to approach the job with renewed energy.
California voters have returned Democrat Jerry Brown to the governor’s office 28 years after he left it.
Democrat Jerry Brown kicked off the final day of his campaign for California governor Monday with a promise to voters that he would work with lawmakers to solve the state’s financial problems and always “tell it like it is.”
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS 5) — With just one day until election day, a new CBS 5 KPIX-TV poll shows Democrats as the likely winners for California’s races for U.S. Senate, governor and lieutenant governor. The […]