March 30, 2010

Commentary: Whitman's millions might be boost California's economy needs

If for nothing else, Meg Whitman deserves a hip-hip-hooray for single-handedly trying to turn around California's failing economy. State election records indicate that she has spent $47 million in her effort to become our next governor — or about $2.70 for each of California's 17 million registered voters. Not to endorse deception, but voters might want to rethink what they're telling pollsters.

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