"I've been a journalist for 30 years,'' she said Saturday, during the opening of her brother's campaign headquarters in Santa Monica. "I know where the lines are drawn."
In 2004, after her then-husband
She returned to NBC last year, anchoring special reports about the changing role of women in American life. At her brother's event Saturday, she said she has campaigned for family members her entire life and Bobby's run was no different.
Bobby Shriver, 59, a former Santa Monica council member, is running for the Westside seat held by Supervisor
"His campaign is not something I'd cover anyway,'' she said, standing at the back of the room as her brother made remarks before a crowd of supporters.
Bobby Shriver faces former state Sen.
At Saturday's opening, Shriver said he will focus on increasing water resources, adding services for the homeless and supporting public transit where it's most needed, such as a line that goes all the way to the
Newly-enacted term limits mean that four of the five county supervisor seats will change hands within four years, Bobby Shriver told the crowd.
"There's an opportunity to shake things up,'' he said. "That's what I want to do."