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1996-03-26

California Primary

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Today is the California Primary. The California Voter Foundation is sponsoring a campaign to get candidates for the state legislature to sign a pledge saying they will abide by five measures that would clean up elections. The pledge was put together by multi-partisan group of citizens involved in a civic journalism project. Pacifica National Affairs Correspondent Larry Bensky joins Amy Goodman with Kim Alexander, Executive Director of the California Voter Foundation.


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