Indian-American Neel Kashkari Outlines Job Plan In California Governor's Race
WASHINGTON: Indian-American Neel Kashkari, Republican candidate for governor of California, has released a jobs plan focused on rebuilding the middle class by putting Californians back to work to take on incumbent Democratic governor Jerry Brown.
Kashkari, 40, a former treasury department official who played a key role in bailing out the banks during the Bush administration, unveiled his plan at an event in San Diego Tuesday, according to his website.
“Governor Brown may be running on his decades of experience in government, but the fact is that his failed leadership has been devastating for millions of California families – especially the 17 percent of Californians who are struggling for work,” he said.
“Jerry Brown’s legacy is the destruction of the middle class, and we won’t let him get away with it.”
Kashkari’s 10 reforms, according to his campaign website, “will unleash the private sector to put Californians back to work and rebuild the middle class”
Kashkari’s jobs plan provides a general outline of strategies and initiatives, but it provides few financial details, according to San Francisco Gate.
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