August 01, 2013


Brown Has $10 Million Banked

California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) "has more than $10 million in the bank to aid his 2014 reelection bid, and an additional $3 million left over from the effort to pass Proposition 30 last fall," the Los Angeles Times reports.

"Brown filed his fundraising reports for the first half of 2013 with the secretary of state's office on Tuesday. It shows the governor in a strong position to finance a reelection campaign. Brown has not declared his intention to seek an unprecedented fourth term as governor, but would be a strong favorite to win reelection if he decides to run."










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