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Political Scorecard

October 07, 1994

32 days to go before Californians go to the polls.


* What Happened Thursday: Gov. Pete Wilson held fund-raising events in New York City. State Treasurer Kathleen Brown promoted her economic plan at a breakfast in San Francisco and during a rally at Santa Monica College.

What's Ahead: Wilson will return to California from a two-day fund-raising trip to Washington and New York City. Brown will speak on the California economy at the Pacific Stock Exchange and at Sproul Plaza on the UC Berkeley campus.


* What Happened Thursday: Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Rep. Mike Huffington debated for one hour on CNN in Washington. Earlier, the Huffington campaign disclosed that property records of Feinstein's San Francisco home contained the same racially discriminatory language as the deed of Huffington's former home in Texas.

* What's Ahead: The candidates remain in Washington for the windup of the 103rd session of Congress.


"Before you vote on Nov. 8, please take the time to read this book--my strategy for stopping the decline of California and giving middle-class families the fair share they deserve."

--Kathleen Brown in the introduction to her 62-page booklet containing her proposals on the state's economy.

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