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California's U.S. Senate candidates are on their own as the national Democratic Party sits it out

The president has endorsed a candidate. The seat hasn’t been open since 1992. It’s one of the most expensive states from which to run for Congress. Either person on the ballot would make history. California’s U.S. Senate race has all the makings of a contest that would attract national attention,...
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