Nicky Diaz Santillan
The former housekeeper of billionaire California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman was honored at an immigrant rights gala in Los Angeles.
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.
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 Gloria Allred refused again to disclose how she came to represent an illegal immigrant housekeeper Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman employed for nine years.
Saturday’s Central Valley showdown between CA’s gubernatorial hopefuls was expected to be overshadows by a scandal that, as KCBS’ Doug Sovern reports from the Campaign Watch, has dogged the Whitman campaign.
Domestic workers held a rally Friday calling for greater legal protection of employees who work in other people’s homes.
The attorney for Meg Whitman’s former housekeeper released a copy Thursday of a purported 2003 letter that she says shows the Republican gubernatorial candidate knew all along that the maid might be an illegal immigrant.