Columnist Mike Royko wrote that Jerry Brown was attracting “the moonbeam vote” when he ran for his party’s presidential nomination in 1976.
Columnist Mike Royko wrote that Jerry Brown was attracting “the moonbeam vote” when he ran for his party’s presidential nomination in 1976. FILE Chicago Tribune file
Columnist Mike Royko wrote that Jerry Brown was attracting “the moonbeam vote” when he ran for his party’s presidential nomination in 1976. FILE Chicago Tribune file

‘Moonbeam’ nickname given by Royko stuck, now embraced by Brown

January 03, 2017 04:31 AM

UPDATED January 06, 2017 07:24 PM

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