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Same-party November battles for Calif. lawmakers

FILE - In this March 2, 2013 file photo, GOP Rep. Tom McClintock, right, has a campaign sticker placed on him by former Senate Minority Leader Jim Brulte at the California Republican Party convention in Sacramento. Republican McClintock and Democratic Rep. Mike Honda will face competitive challenges in the intraparty face-offs, a produce of the state's new top-two primary system. California’s revamped primary system, approved by voters in 2010, allows the top two candidates regardless of political affiliation to advance to the general election. The idea is that it helps moderates because candidates have to appeal to a wider pool of voters. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, file)WASHINGTON (AP) — Voters can forget the traditional Republican-Democratic matchups in at least seven California congressional districts come November. Contenders for those seats will have to do battle against challengers from their own parties.

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