The rivals for California governor continue their attacks on each other and stick to their talking points without offering details on how they would fix the troubled state.
By Cathleen Decker, Los Angeles Times
October 13, 2010
In a blistering final debate, Democratic candidate for governor Jerry Brown apologized to his Republican counterpart Meg Whitman on Tuesday for a slur directed at her by an associate, an apology that Whitman did not explicitly accept as she cast his campaign as insulting to all Californians.
Brown continued to insist that Whitman was seeking office to enrich wealthy Californians such as herself, while she derided Brown as a “same old same old” politician who helped lead California into its present straits and said she represented a fresh start for the beleaguered state.
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