September 17, 2014
LOS ANGELES (AP) - With less than three weeks until California's June 3 primary election, the leading Republican candidates for governor are heading to a popular talk radio program for what might be their first and only joint appearance.
Tim Donnelly and Neel Kashkari have been striving for attention in a low-visibility contest that so far has been dominated by Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown, who is seeking an unprecedented fourth term.
Even at this stage of the race, polls have found many California voters don't recognize Brown's GOP rivals.
The candidates are scheduled to appear for a 90-minute showdown Thursday on KFI-AM's "John and Ken Show," which has a conservative following.
The event will be aired live from an Anaheim hotel.
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