With just days left until the June 5 primary election, it is no surprise to observers that the candidates running for governor of California are starting to get rough with one another in TV ads. And we're not talking about Democrats attacking Republicans. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler and Chris Nichols have the following two reports showing how Democratic candidates are going after rival Democrats, and Republican candidates are attacking other GOPs in the race.
The California governor's race is in its final week before next Tuesday's primary. As Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports, the candidates are hitting the road as campaign ads swarm voters' screens and mailboxes.
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 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.
In a TV ad that's airing statewide, Gavin Newsom's campaign for governor makes the claim that he was 'the first to take on the NRA and win.' Capital Public Radio's PolitiFact California reporter Chris Nichols fact-checked that statement.