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California AG Kamala Harris Wins Battle To Replace Retiring Senator Boxer

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — California Attorney General Kamala Harris has won the seat of retiring Senator Barbara Boxer.

In a Democrat versus Democrat race against Loretta Sanchez, Harris’s victory was announced soon after the polls closed in California. 621 more words


California Election Results: Kamala Harris Projected to Win U.S. Senate Race

California voters on Tuesday elected state’s first new U.S. Senator in 24 years, and made history in the process.

State Atty. General Kamala Harris won the race according to the Associated Press, becoming the first black politician in history to represent California in the Senate. 108 more words

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Election Results 2016: KTLA's Full Coverage of Election Night

The presidency is on the line as Americans head to the polls en masse Tuesday to elect a new commander-in-chief in a hotly contested race that has been fraught with controversy and scandal, and created a sharp political divide in the U.S. 392 more words

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Kamala Harris Makes Campaign Stop in Elk Grove

California Attorney General and Democratic candidate for the United States Senate Kamala Harris stopped the campaign headquarters of Congressman Ami Bera (D-Elk Grove) for the Sacramento leg of her 10-day bus tour of the state. 157 more words

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Senate Candidate Loretta Sanchez Uses 'The Dab' In Debate Against Kamala Harris

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Rep. Loretta Sanchez has tried for months to generate buzz in her uphill U.S. Senate campaign against Attorney General Kamala Harris. 127 more words


Loretta Sanchez's Dab During Senate Debate With Kamala Harris Draws Attention

The California Senate race between Democrats Kamala Harris and Loretta Sanchez is making history, as Republicans have been left out of the general election match-up for the first time thanks to the state’s “jungle” primary system. 419 more words

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New Low Or Game-Changer? Sanchez Debate Dab Leaves Voters Confused, Impressed

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — In an often-contentious debate over topics ranging from crime and immigration to terrorism and the economy, in the end it was an unprompted dance move that stole the show. 288 more words