SAN DIEGO, Calif. (CBS 8) - In this final weekend before election, the race for Governor is heating up.
Both candidates are traveling up and down the state—trying to convince voters why they are the ideal choice to solve California's economic woes.
Republican candidate Meg Whitman says she has what it takes to lead California into a new age of prosperity.
Meantime, former two-time democratic governor Jerry Brown is telling voters his experience makes him the ideal choice.
The latest polls show Brown ahead of Whitman with two days before the midterm elections.