Guy Marzorati

KQED reporter covering California politics and government

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Governor Gavin Newsom earlier today announced the state will open community vaccine sites at Cal State LA and the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

Gov. Newsom and Biden administration to open some of the first federal vaccine sites in LA and Oakland

Governor Gavin Newsom earlier today announced the state will open community vaccine sites at Cal State LA and the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

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Two tight races are happening in northern LA County. They feature different strategies from Republicans looking to win voters in a purple part of the state.

Some California districts are turning purple. How Republicans are adapting

Two tight races are happening in northern LA County. They feature different strategies from Republicans looking to win voters in a purple part of the state.

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A look at how California's new governor may interact with the legislature.

Enter Gavin Newsom

A look at how California's new governor may interact with the legislature.

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