Loretta Sanchez

Congresswoman

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Democratic Congresswoman representing California's 46th district, which covers parts of Los Angeles and Orange counties

Loretta Sanchez on KCRW

With election day just seven weeks away, US Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez lags behind her opponent Kamala Harris by 22 points, according to a recent Field Poll.

US Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez on GOP voters and her path to victory

With election day just seven weeks away, US Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez lags behind her opponent Kamala Harris by 22 points, according to a recent Field Poll.

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The House of Representatives passed a huge tax cut package worth more than $600 billion today.

Loretta Sanchez on Muslim Comments, Senate Race

The House of Representatives passed a huge tax cut package worth more than $600 billion today.

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In June, President Obama pledged to take executive action on immigration reform before the end of the summer. But he reneged over the weekend.

Obama’s Immigration About-Face

In June, President Obama pledged to take executive action on immigration reform before the end of the summer. But he reneged over the weekend.

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