Bob Mulholland

Campaign advisor for the California Democratic Party

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next year’s California ballot will include the first presidential candidate ever nominated on line.

Third Party Makes California Ballot

next year’s California ballot will include the first presidential candidate ever nominated on line.

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California held its presidential primaries  early  this year so the biggest state in the union could have more influence on the outcomes.

Bill Clinton to Superdelegates: 'Chill Out'

California held its presidential primaries early this year so the biggest state in the union could have more influence on the outcomes.

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