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Congressional races in L.A. County put some candidates on national stage

Congressional races in L.A. County put some candidates on national stage
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Election Day is Tuesday, March 3 Here’s a look at congressional races that touch Los Angeles County voters during the Nov. 3 general election. District 23: Kevin McCarthy (R) vs. Kim Mangone (D) The District: District 23 encompasses parts of L.A., Kern, and Tulare counties, including Lancaster, Antelope Valley, and Edwards Air Force Base. Home to approximately 707,345 people, this district has been served by Kevin McCarthy (R-Bakersfield) since 2012. Most residents are White (50.58%) or Hispanic (35.53%). The Incumbent: Kevin McCarthy is currently the House minority leader and was an early endorser of Donald Trump in 2016. A rank-and-file Republican, he votes along party lines on the majority of bills. The Challenger: Kim Mangone is a USAF veteran and Democrat from Quartz Hill. She’s running on a platform of including a public option for healthcare and protecting Social Security. The Outlook: Kim Mangone is running a campaign against a powerful Republican leader in a solidly Republican and Trump supporting district. In the primaries, Mangone was only able to get about half as many votes as her opponent. District 25: Mike Garcia (R) vs. Christy Smith (D) The District: District 25 encompasses northern L.A. County and parts of Ventura […]

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