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Some of the challengers in California's most competitive congressional races are showing strong fundraising for the first three months of the year, reinforcing how much an independent redistricting process has changed the political landscape and turned a handful of congressional seats into battlegrounds between the two parties.
California voters can head to the movies Tuesday to watch "Snow White and the Huntsman," or turn up at the ballot box to see something not much different: "Dianne Feinstein and the 23 Dwarfs."
After Carly Fiorina won California's Republican Senate primary, many analysts expected her to shake off her conservative mantle and make a lunge for the moderate middle in the general election against liberal incumbent Sen. Barbara Boxer. That's not how it has played out.