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1997-11-20

Jerry Brown and Oakland Mayor’s Race

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Former California Governor Jerry Brown has had a long and lively political career. From leading the country’s most populous state between 1975 and 1983, to running a memorable presidential campaign in 1992. But now Jerry Brown is dusting off his feet for one more political run — this time, for mayor of Oakland.

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  • Jerry Brown, former California governor and presidential candidate

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