Travis Allen

Republican candidate for California governor, state assemblyman representing Huntington Beach.

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Travis Allen on KCRW

We end our series of interviews with the top contenders in the race to be California’s next governor.

Travis Allen makes the case for why he should be governor

We end our series of interviews with the top contenders in the race to be California’s next governor.

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