Whitman campaigns with Bloomberg in Silicon Valley
SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman visited company "Zazzle" in the Silicon Valley, which makes custom t-shirts and other items.
She toured the facility with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and added that Bloomberg is one of the best examples of someone who transitioned from a successful business career into public service.
"I have to say I'm inspired by his leadership in so many important areas, first by making New York City's government more responsible and accountable," she said.
With just 10 days left to campaign, a survey by non-partisan Public Policy Institute of California found Whitman trailing behind Brown with 36 percent among likely voters, as opposed to Brown's 44 percent.
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