Gov. Jerry Brown sits down for an interview with KQED's John Myers.
Jerry Brown has barely spoken about his quest for an unprecedented fourth term as governor of California. That may be because his message is all about finishing what he's started. Still, the governor will be on the ballot in a season where some things seem headed in the right direction in California, while many others do not. KQED's senior politics editor John Myers caught up with Gov. Brown for a walk down memory lane in the place his father lived when he was governor.