Campaign 2012

NPR drops in on the Berman-Sherman race

"One of the toughest, and strangest, congressional races in the country is between two Los Angeles incumbents...both Democrats," the national audience learned on today's "All Things Considered." Correspondent Ina Jaffe sums it up this way: "The voters of California's 30th congressional district have a choice between two balding, bespectacled Jewish liberals with very similar voting records and rhyming names." An interesting aspect is the role that Republicans will play in deciding which senior Democrat goes back to Congress. Listen to the 4-minute piece.


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