Top, from left to right: Gubernatorial candidates Travis Allen, Gavin Newsom and Delaine Eastin. Bottom: Candidates Antonio Villaraigosa, John Chiang and John Cox.
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The six leading candidates for California governor debated last night (Tuesday) in San Jose for what might be the only time in this final month before the June 5 primary election. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler offers up his takeaways.
KVCR's Ken Vincent introduces feature report from Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler
PolitiFact California will be fact-checking tonight's gubernatorial debate. Capital Public Radio's PolitiFact reporter Chris Nichols says the candidates in the race have piled up quite a few half-truths and falsehoods so far.
The six leading candidates for California governor will debate tonight in San Jose - as vote-by-mail ballots arrive for the June 5 primary election. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler has this snapshot of where the race stands as the voting gets under way.
There's some fresh intrigue in the California governor's race, just days before voting begins, with a big endorsement on the Republican side and the first attack ad on the Democratic side. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports from the California Republican Party Convention in San Diego.