We probably won't know anything definitive for another few days. There are likely tens of thousands of ballots yet to be counted, and only 790 votes separate us from Scott Peters. That's less than 2 votes per precinct. It's pretty impressive for a campaign run on volunteers and small-dollar donors, especially when you consider that Scott Peters put $1.25 million of his own money in to his campaign and spent $75-$80 per vote.
Seriously? You're attacking another Democrat after the primary is over? This is shameful and an embarrassment to your campaign.
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