whitman moneyAfter spending more than $141 million of her own cash on the California governor's race, GOP nominee Meg Whitman is pointedly refusing to say whether she'll write another check to her campaign.
Polls show Whitman trailing her Democratic opponent, Jerry Brown, with just seven days to go before Election Day. In an interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer, Whitman insisted she's still competitive. And when Sawyer asked Whitman whether she regrets spending so much of her own money, the GOP contender said no.
"Is it possible that at some point, it's just too much money?" Sawyer asked Whitman.
"Well, I think that people need to understand the unions … pour money into politics in this state. They run Sacramento," Whitman replied. "Because I have invested my own money, I don't owe anyone anything. I only owe the voters of California."
Asked whether she'll spend more, Whitman was noncommittal. "We'll see how it goes," she told ABC.Read More »from More personal cash for California governor bid? Whitman won’t say