Brown rallies voters in Oakland
on November 2, 2010
Former Oakland mayor and leading gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown held a rally Monday at Oakland’s Jack London Square, urging voters to send him back to the state’s top political position. Brown was joined on stage by Sen. Barbara Boxer and San Francisco district attorney Kamala Harris, who is running for state attorney general. Brown, who was California’s governor from 1975 to 1983, leads Republican candidate Meg Whitman by a considerable margin in the latest polls.
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