“Shouldn’t Character Matter?” — Meg’s Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week Continues

Jerry Brown hit the airwaves and internet today with this new ad questioning Meg Whitman’s character. It talks more about her service on the Goldman Sachs board, and not at all about her illegal employment of an undocumented housekeeper, but the Gloria Allred press conference charges resonate through the ad, which concludes, "Shouldn’t Character Matter?"

Oh, and the criticism from the Whitman campaign about Allred’s ‘suspect’ timing couldn’t have ANYTHING to do with this, could it?

Debate to Air Statewide on October 2, 2010 at 4 p.m. PT on Univision Affiliates Stations, as well as online and on radio broadcasts on October 3rd

WHAT: As part of its “Destino 2010” election coverage, Univision will provide a satellite feed of the first ever Spanish-language debate in California with gubernatorial candidates Attorney General Jerry Brown (D) and candidate Meg Whitman (R). The debate will be moderated by Maria Elena Salinas, the Emmy Award-winning co-anchor of "Noticiero Univision," Univision’s network evening news program.

WHERE: The debate will air commercial-free at 4 p.m. PT on Univision stations in California, with English and Spanish subtitles available via closed captions. It will also be streamed in both languages, live and online, at www.UnivisionFresno.com, www.UnivisionLosAngeles.com, www.UnivisionSacramento.com and www.Univision14.com. Immediately following the broadcast, the debate will be available in English and Spanish on the aforementioned sites. Moreover, Univision Radio stations in Fresno, San Diego and San Francisco will air the debate on their Sunday morning public affairs programs (see below).

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