Tim Allison

Political science professor, Cal State Channel Islands

Political science professor, Cal State Channel Islands

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This November, Democrats in California are hoping to flip seven congressional seats from red to blue. One of those seats up for grabs is in Northern LA and Ventura County.

The battle for the 25th Congressional District

This November, Democrats in California are hoping to flip seven congressional seats from red to blue. One of those seats up for grabs is in Northern LA and Ventura County.

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What’s on Ventura’s primary ballot

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