Jerry Brown makes stop at Google
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA (KGO) -- Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown was out on the campaign trail on Friday and visited Google.
Brown sat down with CEO Eric Schmidt at the company's headquarters in Mountain View, for what has become a campaign stop for many politicians running for office.
The appearance comes three days after Republican Meg Whitman announced she had tossed another $20 million of her own money into her campaign for governor.
Brown says he has spent far less than either Whitman or Republican Steve Poizner.
"These other candidates, I think Whitmans' spent already $50 million, I think Steve has spent $3 or $4 million. That's an enormous sum of money, I've spent probably $500,000," Brown said.
Poizner is the next candidate headed for Google. He'll be there Tuesday.
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