Evan Tracey

President, Campaign Media Analysis Group

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

Evan Tracey on KCRW

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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