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September 08, 2010


Whitman Holds Lead Over Brown

A new CNN/Time/Opinion Research survey in California finds Meg Whitman (R) leading Jerry Brown (D) among registered voters in the race for governor, 48% to 46%.

Said pollster Keating Holland: "The gender gap means that women usually vote Democratic, but female voters are evenly divided between Brown and Whitman. That may be due to some women choosing a female candidate over a male, depriving Brown of the traditional level of support from that key group."

Meanwhile, the San Jose Mercury News reports Whitman and Brown have agreed to three debates.












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