Monday, May 3, 2010

KQED California Report: Republican Gubernatorial Debate

Former eBay executive Meg Whitman. left, and California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner shake hands after a previous debate for the California Republican gubernatorial primary.

KQED California Report: Republican Gubernatorial Debate

KQED 88.5FM California report presents a debate between the leading Republican candidates for California governor, insurance commissioner Steve Poizner and former eBay executive Meg Whitman. KQED's Sacramento Bureau Chief John Myers moderates the debate, featuring questions to the candidates posed by a panel of reporters from other California news outlets. The debate is taking place at the Tech Museum of San Jose and the sponsors are: Comcast, Silicon Valley Leadership Group, Time Warner, Charter, Cox Cable, Cal Channel, CCTA and the Tech Museum.

**June 8, 2010 Gubernatorial Primary Election

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  • You are a United States citizen
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