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Delaine Eastin

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Former Superintendent of Public Instruction in California, she’s now Board Chair of Educate Our State, a grassroots, parent-led group advocating for high quality public education. Candidate for California governor.

Delaine Eastin on KCRW

In the weeks leading up to the June 5 primary, Press Play is speaking with the top candidates running for governor. We start with Delaine Eastin.

Delaine Eastin: 'Vote for me in spite of the fact that I'm a woman'

In the weeks leading up to the June 5 primary, Press Play is speaking with the top candidates running for governor. We start with Delaine Eastin.

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