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California Primary: my last ballot as a Republican, and the cowardice of state Democrats

Well, that’s that. I’ve just filled in my mail-in ballot and cast my last vote as a Republican, the party I’ve identified with for 45 years. 642 more words

Politics

Sanchez: Likes guns, hates guns...defends vote on suits against gun makers

Loretta Sanchez, likes guns, hates guns.

U.S. Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez describes herself as a gun-control advocate who is proud of the low marks she has received from the National Rifle Association. 104 more words

Sacramento Update

Candidates to Replace Retiring Sen. Barbara Boxer to Debate in San Diego

Tonight’s U.S. Senate debate at San Diego State provides the last televised chance for the five top candidates to win over California voters or rip apart their rivals before the June 7 primary election. 198 more words

Local News

LA Daily News endorses Loretta Sanchez

California in November will elect a new U.S. senator for the first time in 24 years. To replace four-term Sen. Barbara Boxer, who decided not to seek re-election, we endorse Rep. 30 more words

Opinions

For a change, the Cali race for US Senate actually means something

California hasn’t had an open Senate seat since 1992, when Sen. Barbara Boxer was elected and Sen. Dianne Feinstein was retained in what became known as the Year of the Woman. 36 more words

Opinions

CA Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris Overwhelmingly Wins State Democratic Party Endorsement for U.S. Senate Campaign

article by Phil Willon via latimes.com

Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris won the coveted California Democratic Party endorsement for U.S. Senate on Saturday, solidifying her status as the front-runner and delivering a setback to her top rival, Rep. 567 more words

Community

Loretta Sanchez runs against Kamala Harris and herself

Loretta Sanchez never claimed to be a rocket scientist.

Unless someone else enters the race – and time is short for that – Californians will decide in June among two or three underfunded Republicans and two Democrats. 66 more words

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