Sen. Barbara Boxer, at a lectern in January with other female Democratic senators, has built influence and relationships over her two decades representing California in the Senate. But Tuesday’s election could diminish her voice in Washington by switching control of the Senate to Republicans.<137>, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 30, 2014. (Gabriella Demczuk/The New York Times)<137>
Sen. Barbara Boxer, at a lectern in January with other female Democratic senators, has built influence and relationships over her two decades representing California in the Senate. But Tuesday’s election could diminish her voice in Washington by switching control of the Senate to Republicans.<137>, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 30, 2014. (Gabriella Demczuk/The New York Times)<137> Gabriella Demczuk New York Times file
Sen. Barbara Boxer, at a lectern in January with other female Democratic senators, has built influence and relationships over her two decades representing California in the Senate. But Tuesday’s election could diminish her voice in Washington by switching control of the Senate to Republicans.<137>, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 30, 2014. (Gabriella Demczuk/The New York Times)<137> Gabriella Demczuk New York Times file

Switch in control of U.S. Senate could cut California’s clout

November 01, 2014 05:23 PM

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