John Wildermuth

San Francisco Chronicle

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Political reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle

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Even after a decisive victory in Oregon’s presidential primary Tuesday, the odds of Bernie Sanders becoming the Democratic nominee remain very slim.

Does Bernie Sanders Have a Chance at the Nomination?

Even after a decisive victory in Oregon’s presidential primary Tuesday, the odds of Bernie Sanders becoming the Democratic nominee remain very slim.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California Attorney General Kamala Harris is widely seen as the frontrunner in the race to fill Barbara Boxer’s soon-to-be-open U.S.

Kamala Harris on the Defensive in US Senate Race

California Attorney General Kamala Harris is widely seen as the frontrunner in the race to fill Barbara Boxer’s soon-to-be-open U.S.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Orange County Congresswoman  Loretta Sanchez  is a candidate to replace retiring Barbara Boxer in the US Senate.

Sanchez Stumbles into the California Senate Race

Orange County Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez is a candidate to replace retiring Barbara Boxer in the US Senate.

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