Neel Kashkari

candidate for Governor

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Republican Candidate for Governor; former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Stability, he oversaw Troubled Asset Relief Program (2008-2009)

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With less than 4 weeks to go before the November election, Gov. Jerry Brown holds a commanding lead over Republican opponent Neel Kashkari.

Can the GOP Underdog Nominee for Governor Change the Party?

With less than 4 weeks to go before the November election, Gov. Jerry Brown holds a commanding lead over Republican opponent Neel Kashkari.

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Neel Kashkari  is a millionaire investment banker who headed the TARP, the federal bailout program, for Presidents Bush and Obama.

Neel Kashkari Running for Governor

Neel Kashkari is a millionaire investment banker who headed the TARP, the federal bailout program, for Presidents Bush and Obama.

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