Evan Tracey

President, Campaign Media Analysis Group

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President of the Campaign Media Analysis Group, based in Arlington, Virginia

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We'll get to the issues later. Maybe the candidates will, too. In the meantime,  Jerry Brown  and  Meg Whitman  are exchanging accusations of lying in television commercials.

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