Abel Maldonado

Republican candidate, California Lieutenant Governor

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Three-term state senator and incumbent Lieutenant Governor, appointed to that position by Governor Schwarzenegger in November, 2009, after John Garamendi was elected to Congress; Republican candidate for California Lieutenant Governor

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California's  lieutenant governor  takes over when the governor is incapacitated or out of state.

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California's lieutenant governor takes over when the governor is incapacitated or out of state.

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