Cathleen Decker

Los Angeles Times

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Deputy National Editor, Political Editor and writer for the Los Angeles Times

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It’s May Day, and that means another day for protests. Since Donald Trump became president, there have been many demonstrations.

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California's Democratic Party  will convene tomorrow night in Los Angeles to hear speeches and endorse candidates in this year's elections.

Is California's Democratic Party Keeping Up with Voters?

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