California's new political reality, explained

California's new political reality, explained

Vienna : Austria | Jun 05, 2012 at 11:40 AM PDT
Source: Washington Post
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It's a brave new world for Californians headed to vote in the state's primary today. Among the changes: There are no party primaries, they can send two members of the same political party on to the general election and many people will be voting in revamped congressional districts crafted by a panel of... FULL ARTICLE AT Washington Post
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