Upbeat Brown Looks Ahead

23 January 2014 |permalink | email article

When Gov. Jerry Brown stepped up on Wednesday to deliver his 11th State of the State speech - a record for California, the governor momentarily put aside his prepared remarks to offer a more casual greeting. I used to say, “Take the ins and throw them out and take the outs and put them in. “I"I don’t say that any more. My message: There’s no substitute for experience.” Brown, 75, delivered an upbeat speech -proclaiming a California ” that represented the beginning of his expected campaign for a fourth term. Nearly sixty percent of California voters said they approved Brown’s job performance in a Field Poll released last month. His mantra: “Urge California to save surplus.”



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