From the OC Register:
Kashkari offered his card, inviting the librarian to get in touch if he can assist her son. But she may want to reach out sooner than later, because the 40-year-old Laguna Beach resident is about to get a lot busier after he launches an expected election campaign against Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown. The Republican, who has never run for political office, has been hiring advisers and traveling the state. He’s drawn headlines as he spent the night at homeless shelters and picked fruit alongside field workers, repeating his view that Brown has done too little to help create jobs and improve schools… “I wouldn’t say that Brown at this point is invulnerable, but he’s awfully close,” said Mark Petracca, a political science professor at UC Irvine.

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