Debra Bowen

California Secretary of State

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California Secretary of State and Democratic candidate for the Congressional 36th District seat; former Democratic State Senator

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The  36th Congressional District  runs from Venice to San Pedro. Veteran Democrat  Jane Harman  has resigned, and  16 candidates  are on the ballot for the primary next Tuesday.

Candidates Vie for Harman's 36th District Congressional Seat

The 36th Congressional District runs from Venice to San Pedro. Veteran Democrat Jane Harman has resigned, and 16 candidates are on the ballot for the primary next Tuesday.

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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.

Another Politician Challenged by Another Business Executive

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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Record numbers of voters are turning out in California, just as they are in the rest of the country.

Standing in Line to Cast a Ballot

Record numbers of voters are turning out in California, just as they are in the rest of the country.

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