Moonbeams do not shine on Jerry Brown's campaign trail. In fact, the ex-governor, who polls say is very likely California's next attorney general, has a very down-to-earth message for voters: Forget the over-hyped caricatures from the 1970s and '80s. Meet the candidate of pragmatism, of moderation, of experience. He's worked hard to change his image from a grandiose-thinking, pop-star-dating liberal governor to that of a sweater-wearing public servant. So what kind of attorney general would Jerry Brown be?
Former Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown Runs for State Attorney General
October 16, 2006
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