Jerry Brown's recent political career can be compared to a Teflon frying pan --nothing bad sticks.
California's shade of blue shows no sign of turning anytime soon, as seen by the latest Field Poll on Governor Jerry Brown.
Despite being blamed for a sluggish economic turnaround, skyrocketing unemployment in the Eastern counties, mismanaging the drought, spending billions on the bullet train and prison realignment, approval ratings are way above 50 percent.
Even with three Democratic senators facing serious charges and stiff sentences, Brown's numbers are unaffected.
The Field Poll's Mark DiCamillo told the Sacramento Bee, "Voters who are satisfied with an incumbent governor may have little motivation to learn about other candidates."