Democrat incumbent Julia Brownley was the runaway winner in Tuesday’s primary for U.S. House of Representatives District 26, winning 53 percent of the vote with thousands of late mail-in and provisional ballots left to be counted.
The night’s real contest was the race for second to see who would face Brownley in the fall between Republican challengers Antonio Sabato Jr. and Jeffrey Burum, who engaged in a bitter war of words throughout the campaign. Both are outspoken supporters of Presi...
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