Neel Kashkari testifies before the House Domestic Policy Subcommittee in 2009.
Neel Kashkari doesn't have the most obvious resume to run for governor. He's never run for office before, and the biggest line item on his resume is running the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), distributing hundreds of billions of dollars to banks in the wake of the economic crisis they helped create. But the Republican says that job is proof he can handle tough tasks. The question now is whether he can handle the even tougher task of beating Governor Jerry Brown at the ballot box. Reporter: Scott Detrow