Carolyn Lochhead

San Francisco Chronicle

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US Senator Barbara Boxer says she will never really retire, but  she won't run for re-election  next year after more than three decades in Washington.

A Major Shakeup for California Politics

US Senator Barbara Boxer says she will never really retire, but she won't run for re-election next year after more than three decades in Washington.

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House Majority Leader Eric Cantor suffered a stunning upset last night in a Virginia Congressional primary.

Republican from Bakersfield Sets Sights on Cantor’s Job

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor suffered a stunning upset last night in a Virginia Congressional primary.

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As the drought continues, the Metropolitan Water District has issued a " water supply alert " for the 19 million people it serves.

Water Politics on Tap for President's Visit

As the drought continues, the Metropolitan Water District has issued a " water supply alert " for the 19 million people it serves.

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