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California Gov. Jerry Brown swims in money on way to re-election�

SAN JOSE, Calif. Polls show Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown cruising easily toward an unprecedented fourth term, but many donors from labor unions to beer distributors, from Hollywood to Silicon Valley keep contributing generously to his campaign, raising questions of why and what they hope for in return. Brown has banked more than $23 million and has spent practically nothing. Yet money still flows into his campaign every day. Brown's biggest chunk of money, about $4 million, comes from the state Democratic Party. The second biggest, about $2.9 million, comes from unions. Health and biotechnology companies, at $1.3 million, rank third on Brown's donor list, followed by entertainment,...

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