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October 17, 1994

22 days to go before Californians go to the polls


* What Happened Sunday: Democrat Kathleen Brown visited churches in the San Francisco Bay Area. Wilson addressed residents of Leisure World in Laguna Hills.

* What's Ahead: Wilson tours Asian Garden Mall in Westminster and receives endorsement of Asian Team '94. Brown speaks in San Francisco and San Diego on reducing the size and cost of government.


* What Happened Sunday: Sen. Dianne Feinstein visited political precinct training facility in Van Nuys. Republican Rep. Mike Huffington had no public events.

* What's Ahead: Huffington plans to join Republican Sens. Phil Gramm of Texas and John McCain of Arizona at Veteran's Forum rally in San Diego and to speak to a rally of young professionals at the House of Blues in West Hollywood. Feinstein joins Los Angeles school board President Mark Slavkin in press conference to discuss gun-free schools; meets with Pasadena officials to discuss benefits of federal crime legislation.


"It's OK, because the people of California now know that Kathleen Brown has a plan to rebuild California and Pete Wilson doesn't have a clue." --Kathleen Brown, referring to Wilson's decision not to debate her again


"It won't work. It's not a plan. It's a pamphlet." --Pete Wilson, during the Brown-Wilson debate Friday

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