Chuck McFadden

author, "Trailblazer: A Biography of Jerry Brown"

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Chuck McFadden on KCRW

Governor Brown has $23 million in campaign money he’s not spending on his campaign for a fourth term in next month’s election.

Governor Jerry Brown: From Moonbeam to Pragmatist

Governor Brown has $23 million in campaign money he’s not spending on his campaign for a fourth term in next month’s election.

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Jerry Brown's famous advice to politicians is, "Paddle a little on the left, paddle a little on the right and keep on going right down the middle."

How Green Is Governor Jerry Brown?

Jerry Brown's famous advice to politicians is, "Paddle a little on the left, paddle a little on the right and keep on going right down the middle."

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