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Out of the over 240 candidates that ran for California Congressional office, 25 ran without a party affiliation in California’s first Open Primary. The most interesting races were the Central Valley’s 10th District and the Ventura/Los Angeles Counties 26th District.
The movement to the middle has just begun. A vote for an Independent leader in November is no longer just a signal. It is now a viable opportunity for real political change in our country, and for a return to civil discourse.
Since we’ve been tracking some of the California candidates on Twitter, we have come across some unique, creative, and even funny uses of social media in campaigning. Here are a few of our favorite tweets leading up to the June 5th primary.