Due in part to Jimmy Gomez’s greater popularity with super PACs, his opponent Robert Lee Ahn accused him in the of being a “corporate Democrat”
The original 23 contenders on the ballot to fill California’s 34th district seat have dwindled to 2. And while one has the edge when it comes to funds raised, the other is the clear winner among outside spending groups.
The candidates, Democrats Jimmy Gomez and Robert Lee Ahn, head to a runoff June 6, after neither of them drew the required 50% of the vote for an outright win in the primary. The winner will replace Xavier Becerra, who vacated the position after being appointed California’s attorney general…. read more.
by Sara Swann