First Take: Brown hits the campaign trail. Democrats pony up in bid to abolish redistricting commission
As Labor Day approaches, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown is hitting the campaign trail, telling voters he can bring Californians together.
Gubernatorial candidates are spending more but reaching fewer voters, according to a new report from the Fair Political Practices Commission.
Democratic incumbents are opening their wallets for Prop.27 in an effort to abolish the state's new independent redistricting commission.
The value of all types of California real estate has fallen 1.8% to $4.4 trillion this year, according to the state Board of Equalization.
-- Anthony York
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