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Residents voted in favor of the jungle primary in a 2010 referendum known as Proposition 14.
It was intended to get more moderate candidates elected to foster
compromise and “to end nasty, partisan wrangling and gridlock in
Sacramento and Washington,” said Jessica Levinson, a professor at Loyola
Law School in Los Angeles.
“But whether California's jungle primary will achieve its stated purpose
remains to be seen,” she said. “In particular, it is difficult to
predict because of the recent redistricting process.”
Levinson says her “strong guess” is more moderate candidates will
emerge as winners, but as a result of the new district lines and a shift
in demographics “I think we are likely to see more Democratic
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