On politics in the Golden State
October 23, 2012 | 2:15 pm

Before a campaign stop at a San Diego school Tuesday, Gov. Jerry Brown stopped by a coffee shop for a cappuccino — and an impromptu focus group.

In the cafe, located in the shadow of San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, Brown asked employees whether they had heard of Proposition 30.

A couple had. Most had not.

“Do you watch TV?” Brown asked a young woman who had not heard of the measure.

She said she did not. Brown seemed exasperated.

“That’s the problem,” the governor said. “How do you reach the non-TV voter?”

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