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Political Scorecard

October 03, 1994

36 days to go before Californians go to the polls


* What Happened Sunday: Gov. Pete Wilson dedicated reopening of portion of St. Johns Hospital in Santa Monica that was damaged in the Jan. 17 Northridge earthquake. Democratic nominee Kathleen Brown flew to Washington, D.C.

* What's Ahead: Wilson planned campaign appearances in Fresno and Bakersfield, including a fund-raising dinner in Bakersfield. Brown in Washington planned to attend Democratic Governors Assn. dinner.


* What Happened Sunday: Both U.S. Senate candidates--Rep. Mike Huffington and Sen. Dianne Feinstein--were in Washington where Congress is in session. There were no campaign events scheduled.

* What's Ahead: Both candidates today will remain in Washington, where Congress is in session. There were no campaign events scheduled.


"I'm ready to debate Pete Wilson on statewide television any time and any place."

--Kathleen Brown, Sept. 20 press release

"The governor strongly believes the public would benefit from statewide television debates that involve representatives of the political press corps."

--George Gorton, Gov. Pete Wilson's campaign manager, in July 28 statement

(As of Sunday, the two sides were at an impasse on any debate proposal and each side said there would be no face-to-face Brown-Wilson television meeting in this campaign).

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