Tag: Rep. Loretta Sanchez

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Poll: Kamala Harris Far Ahead in California Senate Race

If the November election were held today, California Attorney General Kamala Harris could run away with a massive win in the Democrat-on-Democrat race to replace longtime, and now retiring, Democrat Sen. Barbara Boxer, according to a new poll from California Counts.

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Rep. Linda Sanchez: ‘Hillary Clinton Is a Badass’

Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA), chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, spoke in both English and Spanish at the Democratic National Convention on Monday evening, highlighting the successes of her Mexican immigrant family and letting the crowd know that she believes Hillary Clinton is “a badass and ready to lead” America.

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Harris-Sanchez: ‘Historic’ Democrat-Only Senate Showdown

California Attorney General Kamala Harris pulled off a commanding first place finish in the crowded race to replace retiring Barbara Boxer in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday — a win thanks in large part to the flooded field of Republican and “no party preference” candidates in a “jungle” primary.

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Jerry Brown Endorses Kamala Harris for U.S. Senate

California Governor Jerry Brown announced his official endorsement of the state’s Attorney General, Kamala Harris, for U.S. Senate on Monday over U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-CA).

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California Democrats Eagerly Await Elizabeth Warren

Next door to “the happiest place on earth” California Democrats are gathering in Anaheim for their 2015 state convention in great anticipation of progressive favorite Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

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Dem Rep: GOP ‘Very Dumb and Very Dangerous’ with American Security

Tuesday  on MSNBC, Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-CA) said, “Republicans have been very dumb and very dangerous with Americans’ security.” Sanchez said, “Look, the Homeland Security Bill was carried last year, carried the year before, so we’re working programs that are