Clinton Comes Out for CA Dems

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42 tells crowd of 6,000 Golden Staters “you have more potential than any place on earth” during UCLA event for Jerry Brown, Gavin Newsom Friday.

Plus: Former president says college students who don’t vote are “committing malpractice on your own future.”

Details: Clinton to Campaign for Brown

President Bill Clinton to Join Attorney General Jerry Brown and Mayor Gavin Newsom in Series of Events in Northern and Southern California

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The Jerry Brown and Gavin Newsom campaigns announced today that President Bill Clinton will join them in a series of events, in Northern and Southern California, on October 15 and 17, in support of their candidacies.

“I am very pleased to have the endorsement of President Clinton, and I look forward to campaigning with him and with Gavin Newsom,” said Jerry Brown. “President Clinton accomplished a lot for California, and we have a ticket that will accomplish a lot for California’s future.”

“Over the years, I’ve enjoyed a close working relationship with President Clinton and I’m honored to have his continued support in my campaign for Lieutenant Governor,” said Mayor Gavin Newsom. “I’m looking forward to campaigning alongside the President next month along with Attorney General Brown. Californians will never forget his record of accomplishments and his commitment to effectively confront our most pressing issues.”

Details for the events are still in development and will be released accordingly.


More details:

LOS ANGELES – With less than 20 days before the election, Attorney General and Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Jerry Brown will join former President Bill Clinton, Mayor of San Francisco Gavin Newsom and thousands of supporters at two rallies this weekend, the first in Los Angeles tonight and the second on Sunday in San Jose.   Los Angeles
When: Today, Friday, October 15, doors open at 6:00 p.m.
Where: University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
When: Sunday, October 17, doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Where: San Jose State University

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