Labor Day Done Right

While most of the country was relishing in relaxation, Jerry had quite the busy Labor Day weekend. He crisscrossed the state, stopping at various holiday events to meet voters and speak about his vision and the importance of California’s work force. I saw him at his final appearance in Oakland, and his infectious energy made it seem like the weekend was just beginning.

Here’s a photo roundup of Jerry’s Tour d’Cali these past few days. Thanks to all who came out to show their support!

Friday Morning, San Francisco Breakfast

Workers across the city joined Nancy Pelosi, Kamala Harris, Jerry and other local leadership at the Holiday Inn.

Saturday, Orange County Picnic

Jerry joined several hundred California workers and their kids at the Santa Ana zoo, where event highlights included cotton candy and snow-cone machines.

Sunday, Manteca Picnic

Jerry posed for a photo-op with County Coordinator Cindy at a picnic sponsored by the North Valley Labor Federation.

Monday Morning, Los Angeles Breakfast

Jerry worked the early-morning crowd as LA elected officials served up eggs and bacon to attendees at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.

Monday, Sacramento Picnic

Members of the state’s labor force gathered in the capitol city to eat, mingle, and hear Jerry speak.

Monday, Solano County Northern Democratic Headquarters

Jerry joined Solano County Democrats at the opening of their Northern office in Fairfield.

Monday, Oakland Picnic

Closing out the weekend, Jerry gave a rousing talk as the crowd chanted “Jerry! Jerry!” – and showed the press how he channels zen in a yo-yo.

And lest we forget to mention that we released Jerry’s first official campaign commercial yesterday morning. In case you missed it, check out what the blogosphere has dubbed ‘The Anti Meg Whitman’ below.


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