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(excerpt from) Danville Express News/Danville Weekly
Congressional candidates debate from left to right
by Dave Roberts
The five candidates seeking to represent the 10th Congressional District [in California] break down into a group of three on the left and two on the right as revealed in a forum at Saint Mary’s College on Monday night.
Ranging from political left to right are: self-described socialist Mary McIlroy from El Cerrito of the Peace and Freedom Party; Jeremy Cloward from Pleasant Hill of the Green Party; liberal Democrat John Garamendi from Walnut Grove; conservative Republican David Harmer, a San Ramon resident; and libertarian Jerry Denham from Walnut Creek, representing the American Independent Party.
State Lt. Gov. Garamendi is the presumed front-runner in Tuesday’s election [November 3rd] to replace Ellen Tauscher, who resigned in June to take a job in the U.S. State Department.