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With the California primary three weeks away,  Clinton’s ahead  and four Republicans are all within the margin of error—but the undecideds could change things in both parties.

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With the California primary three weeks away, Clinton’s ahead and four Republicans are all within the margin of error—but the undecideds could change things in both parties.

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