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  • Darrell Steinberg celebrates victory in Sacramento mayor's race

    Former Senate leader Darrell Steinberg celebrates his victory in Tuesday's mayoral race. Steinberg vowed to make Sacramento the "next great American city."

Former Senate leader Darrell Steinberg celebrates his victory in Tuesday's mayoral race. Steinberg vowed to make Sacramento the "next great American city." Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee
Former Senate leader Darrell Steinberg celebrates his victory in Tuesday's mayoral race. Steinberg vowed to make Sacramento the "next great American city." Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee
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