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California Republicans hit rock bottom

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By contrast, the percentage of “no party preference” voters in the state has more than doubled in the past two decades, the latest data showed. The rise in NPP suggests that voters are fed up with the status quo in California, which, by any objective measure, is Democrat control of Sacramento.

Poizner, in making the move to become a “no party preference” voter and to abandon the GOP, said he believes voters are weary of partisan infighting and simply want candidates who can tackle their concerns.

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