Democratic candidate for governor Jerry Brown (R) speaks as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (C) Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg  Whitman (2nd-L) look on during a discussion moderated by NBC's Matt Lauer (L) during the Women's Conference 2010 in Long Beach. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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Whitman, Brown In The Hot Seat Over Negative Ads

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'Tea Party Express' Shakes Up GOP And The Movement

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Nevada Sen. Harry Reid (right) talks to his opponent, Republican Sharron Angle, as moderator Mitch Fox from PBS looks on after their political debate Thursday at the Vegas PBS studios. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Reid, Angle Trade Barbs In Nevada Senate Debate

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Nevada's Reid, Angle To Face Off In Debate

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Whitman, Brown Disagree On How To Fix California

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Bell, Calif., Residents Cheer Arrest Of City Leaders

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8 City Officials Arrested In Calif. Salary Scandal

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Yossele Rosenblatt is recognized as the greatest cantorial singer of all time. John Springer Collection/Corbis hide caption

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Yossele Rosenblatt: The Cantor With The Heavenly Voice

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California Sen. Boxer, Fiorina Face Off In Debate

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'L.A. Times' Database Angers Teachers, Union

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Salary Scandal In Bell, Calif., Ripples Across State

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Same-Sex-Marriage Fight Hits The Road

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Reid's Tea Party-Backed Rival Preps For TV Interview

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Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina celebrates her Republican primary win on June 8. Now she's campaigning against incumbent Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA). Fiorina argues that Boxer has failed as a leader — but critics point out it was Fiorina who was fired from Hewlett-Packard. David McNew/AP hide caption

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Fiorina Touts Private-Sector Skills In Calif. Senate Bid

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