Does Jerry Brown Break Campaign Law?

Does Jerry Brown Break Campaign Law?

Sacramento talk radio host Eric Hogue discovered this very interesting audio and video of Jerry Brown meeting with Labor International Union of America and encouraging them to be the bad guys in the campaign and attack Meg Whitman, so he could be the nice guy.

From the video: Brown: “We are going to attack whenever we can. But I would rather have you attack. I would rather be the nice guy in this race.”

Campaign law violation? Sure sounds like it.

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Eric Hogue’s site is Hogue News

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  1. EastBayLarry
    EastBayLarry 19 March, 2010, 08:41

    If it’s a violation, it’s not either unique nor unusual. We can almost expect a close, unethical association between any union and any progressive democrat.

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  2. stevefromsacto
    stevefromsacto 19 March, 2010, 09:07

    Larry, Larry, Larry. It’s OK for the Chamber of Commerce, or insurance companies, or anti-tax groups to have associations with Republicans, but it’s wrong for working folks organizations to associate with Democrats. That’s HYPOCRISY.

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