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Few are paying attention to California's Senate contest - because it may be putting them to sleep

California’s U.S. Senate race should be stimulating voters. Instead, it’s making them snooze. The contest is for the most coveted elective office the state is offering this year. It’s at the top of the state ticket. The winner will replace retiring Democrat Barbara Boxer. But it’s drawing all the...
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