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Barbara Lee

  1. early and often
    What Will Happen Next in the California Senate Race?Laphonza Butler, who was appointed to Dianne Feinstein’s seat, won’t run for a full term.
  2. early and often
    Steve Garvey Gives California Republicans Hope in 2024 Senate RaceThe former baseball star won’t win, but he could keep the general election from becoming an all-Democratic contest.
  3. early and often
    Newsom Hopes Laphonza Butler Appointment Will Solve His Senate DilemmaAppointing the EMILY’s List president to Dianne Feinstein’s seat could resolve Newsom’s self-created drama — if she declines to run for a full term.
  4. early and often
    Will Feinstein Be Pushed Into Resigning After All?Democrats need a senator present to approve Biden’s judges. But if Feinstein resigns, it could scramble an already complicated race to succeed her.
  5. early and often
    3 House Democrats Will Face Off in California’s Senate RaceRo Khanna declined to run and endorsed Barbara Lee, setting up a race between Lee, Adam Schiff, and Katie Porter for Dianne Feinstein’s seat.
  6. 2020 elections
    Republicans Claw Back 4 California Congressional SeatsIt wasn’t a good election for California Republicans otherwise, but they did regain ground in the U.S. House.
  7. politics
    Initial Maneuvering Begins for Kamala Harris’s Senate SeatIf Harris become veep, Gavin Newsom’s choice for a replacement for this very safe Democratic Senate seat could be pivotal, particularly for Latinos.
  8. politics
    Democrats Elect Younger, More Moderate Caucus Chair Over Progressive StalwartHakeem Jeffries’s win over Barbara Lee suggests Democratic representatives are reluctant to go too far to the left.
  9. encounter
    Barbara Lee Talks Iraq, Poverty, and Getting a Seat at the Table“When I’m in the room and nobody else that looks like me is in the room, it makes a big difference,” says the House’s lefty conscience.
  10. tea time
    Diversity Coming to the Congressional Black CaucusTwo black Republicans are welcome to join, the chairwoman says.