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Governor’s candidates tear into each other at LA debate

There were lots of signs that California’s gubernatorial race to replace termed-out Gov. Jerry Brown began in earnest Saturday during a forum at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. With the top finishers in the June 5 primary, regardless of party, advancing to the November election, the candidates started swinging hard in an effort to stand out in the crowded field: — Both the two Republicans on stage and two of the three other Democrats there Saturday attacked early poll front-runner, Democrat Lt.
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