Politics & Government

May 18, 2014 12:00 AM

California Capitol scandals ooze into political campaigns

The pall over the Capitol is offering new opportunities for candidates to press familiar election-year themes about shaking up state government and ridding its ranks of malfeasance. Experts say the high level of awareness about the scandals, even in pockets of the state prone to detachment, intensify the messages.

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