Chuck DeVore

Candidate for Republican nomnation for US Senate

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Conservative Republican Assemblyman from Irvine, representing the State's 70th District; former Special Assistant for Foreign Affairs in the Department of Defense (1986-1988); candidate for the Senate seat currently held by Barbara Boxer

 

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Last week, we spoke with  Tom Campbell , regarded as the "moderate" Republican in this year's race to challenge Democratic US Senator  Barbara Boxer .

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