The June 5 election will be like nothing California has seen before, with some office holders hiding their party affiliation — and even their incumbency. Republicans have given up some legislative and Congressional races altogether, and the general election will feature run-offs between candidates of the same party. A lawyer deemed "unqualified" by the County Bar has challenged a highly regarded judge with a foreign-sounding name. It's all pretty weird. Also, the beginning of the end for plastic bags in Los Angeles, and the LA Kings' chances of winning the Stanley Cup. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, democracy in the Land of the Pharaohs.
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