In all, Mr. Brown has proposed (so far) about $250 million in new annual spending, but he has detailed no specific spending cuts or new revenues that could be quantified in any meaningful way. He says, for example, that he would pay for his $153.6 million pre-K expansion through new gambling revenue, but that has already been baked into the state's budget estimates. Mr. Brown acknowledges this but doesn't say what part of the existing education budget he would cut as a result. He would pay for his $32 million jobs plan with the increased economic activity spurred by the Purple and Red lines, neither of which has broken ground. His initiatives to support women come from increased economic activity assumed to be caused by the recent minimum wage increase, and so on.