California Governor Race Heats Up

5/31/2018 - Professor of Political Science Brad Jones at ABC News.

It's crunch time in the primary for California governor, with candidates exploring creative strategies and benefiting from massive spending as they try to tear down — or lift up — their rivals in the race's final days.

"The race for second place is so close that just a marginal uptick in either Latino voter turnout or Republican turnout could sway the election," said Brad Jones, a University of California, Davis, political science professor who specializes in Latino voting.

Read the full story at ABC News.

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