Why the Man Who Ran the Hated Wall Street Bailout Thinks He Can Win Election

Neel Kashkari wants to be California's governor — and he isn't running from TARP to get there.

Neel Kashkari, acting interim assistant secretary for financial stabilization at the Treasury Department, raises his right hand and swears to tell the truth to the House Domestic Policy Subcommittee during a hearing on Capitol Hill March 11, 2009 in Washington, DC. Kashkari answered questions about the TARP, or Troubled Asset Relief Program, and heard complaints from both Republicans and Democrats that few people know where exactly the money is being spent. 
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