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Schnur: Secretary of state should be 'reformer-in-chief'
Schnur: Secretary of state should be 'reformer-in-chief'

SACRAMENTO--Secretary of State candidate Dan Schnur, denouncing lawmakers' response to the recent series of ethics scandals in the state Senate as "diffident and lackadaisical," cast his bid to be the state's top elections official as a campaign to be "California's reformer-in-chief."  Speaking to reporters Tuesday, Schnur said "there has been almost no meaningful effort on the part of the state's political leaders to clean up the Capitol's culture of corruption." "If you add up all the reforms that have been proposed over the last several weeks, they end up comprising almost a complete fig leaf," he added. His...

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