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Waxman's district is one of the state's most politically active and wealthy areas, and no fewer than 21 people have filed to appear on the June 3 primary ballot.
With no limit on how many terms a representative can serve, an open House seat is relatively rare and likely to draw a crowd — just not usually this big.
The hopefuls include 11 Democrats — not surprising in a district with a vivid blue wash — four Republicans, one
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