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Published on October 16th, 2015 | by KCRA

California Gov. Jerry Brown to move into historic Governor’s Mansion

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California Gov. Jerry Brown and first lady Anne Gust Brown will trade an urban loft for a historic mansion when they’re working in Sacramento, the governor’s office announced Friday.

The Browns and their two dogs — Sutter and Colusa — will move into the state’s historic Governor’s Mansion, which hasn’t housed a chief executive since Ronald Reagan in 1967.

The white building constructed in 1877 features a swimming pool and was used as the backdrop to Brown’s re-election victory in 2014. It has more recently been used as a state park.

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