Giuliani Campaigns for Whitman in Tight Calif. Race

Sunday, 10 Oct 2010 03:11 PM

 

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LOS ANGELES — Can Rudy Giuliani help Meg Whitman become California's next governor?

The former New York City mayor and 2008 presidential candidate will appear with his fellow Republican in Los Angeles on Sunday, where they will talk to supporters in the San Fernando Valley.

Giuliani — who took a beating in his quest for the presidential nomination — endorsed Whitman last year. But he wasn't Whitman's favorite in the presidential race: She was an economic adviser to candidate Mitt Romney and, later, to GOP nominee John McCain.

Whitman is in a tight race with Democrat Jerry Brown.

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