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The so-called 'weak gazelle' will find out his fate on Tuesday

Antonio Villaraigosa, the former mayor of Los Angeles, chats with constituents during a campaign stop in San Francisco as he tries to edge Republican John Cox out for the second of two slots on the general election ballot.
Antonio Villaraigosa, the former mayor of Los Angeles, chats with constituents during a campaign stop in San Francisco as he tries to edge Republican John Cox out for the second of two slots on the general election ballot. AP

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Democrats are a little nervous in the California congressional elections.

California's ban on state-funded travel now includes nine states.

One candidate really hopes Latinos dislike Donald Trump enough to cast their ballots.

The so-called "weak gazelle" will find out his fate on Tuesday.

360,000 Californians have unsafe drinking water.

From the opinion pages:

Time to jettison the top two primary?

How to help Californians who don't have safe drinking water.

Selling flamethrowers in a state with wildfires is a really bad idea.

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