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Ideological Battle Brewing In Race To Replace Harman

Other prospective Democratic candidates include James Lau, the former director of the California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, who lost a close Assembly race last year. Two Democrats have already said they won't run - Assemblyman Warren Furutani and former Assemblyman Ted Lieu, currently running to fill a vacant state Senate seat. On the Republican side, Mattie Fein, Harman's challenger last year who lost by 25 points, has said she may run. Republican businessman Damon Dunn, a former NFL player, is another possibility -- he challenged Bowen last year in the Secretary of State's race, losing by 15 points.

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