Editorial Criticizes Dearth of Kids’ Issues in Governor Race
It is "appalling ... that the major-party candidates for governor have so little to say" about issues relating to California's children, a Sacramento Bee editorial states. The Bee states that Democratic candidate Jerry Brown and GOP candidate Meg Whitman have failed to describe how they would address issues such as childhood obesity, children's health insurance coverage and racial disparities. "What would Brown or Whitman do on these issues? Voters have little or no idea," the Bee argues.
- "Voters Agenda: Kids' Issues Not on the Radar of Meg and Jerry" (Sacramento Bee, 10/29).