Published June 02, 2012
GOP House candidate Ricky Gill, 25, of California, is among the Republican Party’s most promising candidates. (Ricky Gill campaign)
California residents will go to the polls on Tuesday to vote in a new primary format that sends the top-two voter-getters – regardless of party – to the general election and threatens to squeeze GOP candidates.
Still the state GOP party says other factors have them optimistic about the upcoming results of the so-called “jungle primary.”
“I’m less concerned than I was six months ago,” said Tom Del Baccaro, chairman of the California Republican Party. “I don’t think there will be significant change. It’s going to be very close.”
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