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Los Angeles Times Endorses Antonio Villaraigosa for Governor

The Los Angeles Times Editorial Board endorsed former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa for Mayor on Thursday saying he should be California’s next governor because he “showed political courage in hard times.”

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California Republican Party Declines to Endorse for Governor

The California Republican Party will not be backing one single candidate in the race for governor this year, after neither of the two frontrunners managed to win 60% of the delegates’ votes at the party convention in San Diego over the weekend.

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Gavin Newsom Dominates Money Race for California Governor

Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, the Democrat who is the frontrunner in the race to become California’s next governor, continues to lead the crowded field of candidates in fundraising, having raised approximately $4.6 million in this most recent filing period.

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Gavin Newsom Disqualified by Past Affair, Says Amanda Renteria

Former Hillary Clinton aide Amanda Renteria, a late entry to California’s gubernatorial race, says Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s past sexual misconduct disqualifies him from holding higher office, and suggested the Democratic frontrunner should resign from his current position.

Gavin Newsom (Kyle Grillot / AFP / Getty)

Gavin Newsom Attempts to Play Down Super-Privileged Past in New Ad

In his latest campaign ad, Democratic gubernatorial frontrunner Gavin Newsom seeks to counter the narrative that he would not be where he is without the help of a very wealthy family friend by playing down his privileged past and focusing on his single mom who “worked three jobs” and “waitressed at night to make ends meet.”

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Villaraigosa Challenges Newsom to Debate over Single-Payer Healthcare

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Antonio Villaraigosa challenged Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, his top rival for the Golden State’s highest political post, on Monday to a one-on-one debate over how feasible a state-sponsored single-payer healthcare system might be. “Enough with the slogans

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