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Decision 2014

Decision 2014

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GOP California Governor Candidate Adds Another $1 Million of Own Money

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    An image from the watch party for September's debate between Neel Kashkari and Gov. Jerry Brown.

    Former U.S. Treasury official Neel Kashkari is contributing another $1 million of his own money to his campaign for California governor.

    The Republican candidate reported the contribution late Friday, bringing his personal contributions to more than $3 million for the primary and general election.

    Kashkari reported that he had just $680,000 in the bank as of Sept. 30 and has since raised another $400,000. Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown has nearly $30 million in two campaign accounts he controls, one for his gubernatorial campaign and one for two ballot initiatives he is promoting.

    Kashkari had pegged his net worth at less than $5 million before the campaign.

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    His campaign spokeswoman, Mary-Sarah Kinner, says fighting for poor and minority children in California "is just that important to Neel.''

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