Campaign for Governor: What Will Simon Say?

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Despite a record-breaking $ 50 million, Governor Davis- reelection campaign is in big trouble. The Governor faces a massive budget deficit, memories of rolling blackouts and dismal public-opinion polls. But, Republican challenger Bill Simon has problems of his own. At a time when business is in low repute, the businessman candidate won-t even talk in detail about his own success. We look at the curious way this year-s campaign for Governor is shaping up with Dan Walters of the Sacramento Bee, Bill Bradley, former senior advisor to the California Democratic Party, and Sherri Bebitch Jeffe, political analyst for KCAL-TV and contributing editor to the Los Angeles Times.
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