Neel Kashkari, shown meeting with reporters in March, has spent $2 million of his own money on his campaign for governor, but he trails his Republican rival in the polls. (Photo: Paul Chinn, The Chronicle)
Updated 10:43 pm, Monday, May 26, 2014
Sharp divisions between the GOP’s “country club” establishment and its rough-around-the-edges Tea Party activists have been exposed in the California governor’s contest, where the race for second place pits an ex-investment banker – who’s dropped $2 million of his own money on the campaign – against a fiery former plastics salesman whose chief campaign assets are an iPhone and a car with 370,000 miles on it.
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