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Kimberly Ellis

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Candidate in election for new chairman of California Democratic.

Kimberly Ellis on KCRW

Kimberly Ellis narrowly lost the election for California Democratic Party chair almost a month ago. She will not concede.

Kimberly Ellis still won't concede the race for California Democratic Party Chair

Kimberly Ellis narrowly lost the election for California Democratic Party chair almost a month ago. She will not concede.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Kimberly Ellis lost a tight race against political veteran Eric Bauman to be chair of the California Democratic Party. She’s calling for an audit of the votes.

Kimberly Ellis keeps fighting to lead California Democratic Party

Kimberly Ellis lost a tight race against political veteran Eric Bauman to be chair of the California Democratic Party. She’s calling for an audit of the votes.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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