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Politics Laid Bear

October 29, 2006|Jim Newton | Jim Newton is the city-county bureau chief for The Times and the author of the just-published "Justice For All: Earl Warren and the Nation He Made."

In a matter of days, voters will go to the polls to pick the next governor of California, where the grizzly bear (Ursus californicus) is the official state animal. With that in mind, here's a look at some who've held the office.

For The Record
Los Angeles Times Sunday November 05, 2006 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 1 inches; 60 words Type of Material: Correction
Jerry Brown: The text that accompanied a bear photograph depicting former Gov. Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown in the Oct. 26 West magazine said that Brown has remained in the political spotlight since "losing office." He did not lose the governorship; he left voluntarily after two terms, then lost a race for the U.S. Senate. He is now mayor of Oakland.
For The Record
Los Angeles Times Sunday November 12, 2006 Home Edition West Magazine Part I Page 7 Lat Magazine Desk 1 inches; 58 words Type of Material: Correction
The text that accompanied a bear photograph depicting former Gov. Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown ("Politics Laid Bear," Oct. 29) said that Brown has remained in the political spotlight since "losing office." He did not lose the governorship; he left voluntarily after two terms and then lost a race for the U.S. Senate. He is now mayor of Oakland.

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