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John Myers

John Myers joined the Los Angeles Times as Sacramento bureau chief in 2015 after more than two decades in radio and televisionnews, much of that as an award-winning reportercovering statehouse policy and politics. During a decade of work for San Francisco's NPR affiliate, his unique online projects included everything from one of Sacramento's original politicsblogs to California’s first politics podcast. He also served as the moderator of gubernatorial debates in 2014 and 2010. Often cited by state and national news organizations as one of Sacramento's top journalists, he's a graduate of Duke University and the University of California, Berkeley.
How one Trump tweet could change the course of California's 2018 elections

With no clear standard-bearer for California Republicans in the race for governor, GOP voters could easily stay home in the June primary and allow two Democrats to advance to November's contest. But there's data to suggest that President Trump could change that, even in a single tweet.

Essential Politics: That famous political question again grips Washington

The FBI director offers conflicting information with the White House's account of an ex-aide's background check. The Democratic rival to Sen. Dianne Feinstein gets a major endorsement.

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