Meg Whitman On Campaign Spending, Ads

It's All Politics

NPR's Michele Norris talks to Meg Whitman, Republican nominee for governor of California, who currently trails her opponent, former Gov. Jerry Brown. Whitman has poured more than $140 million of her own money into her campaign. She says if she's elected, that money will be the best investment she could have ever made in changing California.

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