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How the California Democratic Party endorsement battles shaped up


In summary

Here’s a run down of who did (and didn’t) win the party’s official backing

Between presidential forums, pep rallies and networking, delegates of California’s largest political party also spent part of their convention in Long Beach this past weekend deciding which 2020 candidates deserve the Democratic endorsement. 

There were few surprises. Divided races in the East Bay suburbs and Orange County were deadlocked, meaning the party will stay neutral before the March 3 primary.

In the race to replace retiring San Diego Rep. Susan Davis, the party gave its imprimatur to Georgette Gomez, San Diego’s city council president and the candidate with the backing of most of the party establishment. And a handful of long-shot progressive challenges to incumbent Democrats fizzled.





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