Kevin de León

Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate

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Kevin de León is President pro Tempore of the California State Senate, representing the 24nd District, which includes Downtown Los Angeles and the surrounding area.

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State Senator Kevin de    León   is hoping to unseat Dianne Feinstein, who’s been in the U.S. Senate for more than two decades. They are both Democrats.

Kevin De León on running for U.S. Senate

State Senator Kevin de  León is hoping to unseat Dianne Feinstein, who’s been in the U.S. Senate for more than two decades. They are both Democrats.

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Congress is working to block a California law meant to establish retirement plans for low-income workers. Why?

Retirement security on the chopping block

Congress is working to block a California law meant to establish retirement plans for low-income workers. Why?

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President Donald Trump signed executive orders on building a wall along the US- Mexico border and on punishing sanctuary cities. What does this mean for Los Angeles?

California State Senate leader on Trump's border wall

President Donald Trump signed executive orders on building a wall along the US- Mexico border and on punishing sanctuary cities. What does this mean for Los Angeles?

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