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Frank Davies

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Reporter in the Washington Bureau of the San Jose Mercury News

Frank Davies on KCRW

The state legislature drew iron-clad congressional district boundaries to protect the current breakdown of 33 Democrats and 20 Republicans.  In the last election, not one seat changed…

GOP Brings Political First Aid to Two Congressmen

The state legislature drew iron-clad congressional district boundaries to protect the current breakdown of 33 Democrats and 20 Republicans.  In the last election, not one seat changed…

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