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Biggest spenders weren't all winners in state congressional primaries
Biggest spenders weren't all winners in state congressional primaries

Some unsuccessful candidates for House seats in California outspent at least one of their winning rivals in the June 3 primary, reports filed with the Federal Election Commission showed this week. In most of the state's 53 congressional districts, the highest-spending candidates finished first or second in the June 3 primary, allowing them to advance to the Nov. 4 election under the state's "top two" elections system. But there were notable exceptions in three races.  In the crowded contest to succeed Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Beverly Hills) in the largely coastal Westside-South Bay 33rd District, spiritual teacher and best-selling author Marianne Williamson,...

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