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Political Scorecard : 25 days to go before Californians go to the polls.

October 14, 1994

THE GOVERNOR'S RACE * What Happened Thursday: Republican Pete Wilson spent the day preparing for Friday night's gubernatorial debate, then traveled to San Francisco in the evening for a fund-raiser featuring former Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger. Democrat Kathleen Brown, like Wilson, spent the day boning up on issues likely to be discussed in the debate.

* What's Ahead: The only debate of the gubernatorial race between Wilson and Brown is scheduled for tonight from 6:30 to 7:30 in Sacramento. It will be broadcast live on many public television stations statewide.

THE SENATE RACE * What Happened Thursday: Sen. Dianne Feinstein attended a neighborhood police meeting in Riverside and a town meeting and public lunch in San Bernardino. Rep. Mike Huffington addressed the Orange County Forum. * What's Ahead: Democratic nominee Feinstein tours the Port of Ventura with Republican Rep. Elton Gallegly, with whom she worked to secure federal funding for a port jetty that will benefit commercial fishermen. She will then tour a manufacturing plant in Orange County with GOP luminary Peter Ueberroth. Republican Huffington has no public events scheduled.

NOTABLE QUOTE "When are us kids going to be able to take a walk and not be worried about being killed?"

-Anthony, age 12, of Sacramento. He was one of 2,000 youngsters asked by the advocacy groupChildren Now to list what questions they would ask at tonight's debate between the candidates for governor.

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