Damon Dunn

Republican candidate, California Secretary of State

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Republican candidate for California Secretary of State, he has a real estate business

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California's  Secretary of State  is the chief elections officer, who also maintains the state archives and the filings that businesses are required to submit.

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California's Secretary of State is the chief elections officer, who also maintains the state archives and the filings that businesses are required to submit.

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