Whitman tries to woo Valley voters once again
FRESNO, California (KFSN) -- Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman made a stop in the Valley, at the Simonian Fruit packing plant in Fowler. She talked jobs, education ... and what to do about California's water crisis.
"I am, as you know, a big proponent of water in the Central Valley," said Whitman. "I'm a supporter of the water bond. We've got to turn-on the water here."
Whitman's opponent -- Democrat Jerry Brown campaigned in San Diego. The former governor and current attorney general holds a six-point lead among likely voters, according to our latest Action News poll conducted by SurveyUSA.
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