California AG Field Shaping Up
Republican state Sen. Tom Harman has filed papers to run for attorney general in California, the Sacramento Bee reports. Several politicians are looking at the ...
Republican state Sen. Tom Harman has filed papers to run for attorney general in California, the Sacramento Bee reports. Several politicians are looking at the post because its current occupant, Democrat Jerry Brown, is expected to attempt a comeback in the 2010 governor's race.
On the Democratic side, San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris is exploring a run. And former Assemblyman Joe Canciamilla, D-Pittsburg, has also filed paperwork.
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