What to Make of the California Primary Results

What to Make of the California Primary Results
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California’s primary results are somewhat unique in the country in that all candidates run against each other, with the top two emerging regardless of party affiliation. In other words, the primary results mimic a general election. Of course, they don’t perfectly mimic a general election, because turnout is relatively low, but they still offer something of a “dry run” for the general (akin to what I’ve long observed with respect to Washington state).

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