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Gov. Brown banks $20.7 million for relection campaign
Gov. Brown banks $20.7 million for relection campaign

Gov. Jerry Brown has more than $20.7 million in campaign funds banked for his bid for an unprecedented fourth term, according to a new campaign reports filed with the state. Brown raised more than $4 million in 2014, and spent $232,000 in that time, his report shows. Brown's top contributors in the most recent campaign finance reporting period, which spans from mid-March to Mid-May, included Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt, Blue Shield of California, Farmers Group insurance,  Pacific Gas & Electric and several labor unions. Each gave $27,200, the maximum allowed by law. Microsoft also contributed $23,800 to the governor’s campaign. ...

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