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  • McCarthy: Central Valley Democrats may back Trump in California

    House majority leader Kevin McCarthy, speaking at a policy event hosted by the Public Policy Institute of California, on March 10, 2016, said the intensity of support for Donald Trump and depressed excitement among Democrats could boost the chances of other Republican candidates in California and the nation this fall.

House majority leader Kevin McCarthy, speaking at a policy event hosted by the Public Policy Institute of California, on March 10, 2016, said the intensity of support for Donald Trump and depressed excitement among Democrats could boost the chances of other Republican candidates in California and the nation this fall. Christopher Cadelago The Sacramento Bee
House majority leader Kevin McCarthy, speaking at a policy event hosted by the Public Policy Institute of California, on March 10, 2016, said the intensity of support for Donald Trump and depressed excitement among Democrats could boost the chances of other Republican candidates in California and the nation this fall. Christopher Cadelago The Sacramento Bee
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Kevin McCarthy says Trump’s intensity could help GOP win House seats

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