Politics & Government

May 25, 2014 12:00 AM

Five-way fight for 7th Assembly District

Three city council veterans will square off June 3 in the heavily Democratic 7th Assembly District, vying to fill the seat incumbent Assemblyman Roger Dickinson is vacating to run for state Senate.

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