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Are Women to Blame if California Ends Up With 2 Male Senators?

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US Senate Democratic candidates Dianne Feinstein (Right) and Barbara Boxer at a get-out-the-vote rally Nov. 2, 1992, a day before Election Day. Feinstein and Boxer, both from Northern California, were running against 2 Republican men from Southern California. (MIKE NELSON/AFP via Getty Images)

For most of the last three decades, California had two female senators — Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer. But after the November election, there’s a chance we’ll have two men. Scott, Marisa and Guy are joined by Los Angeles Times reporter Benjamin Oreskes, who recently wrote about how women appear to be the reason why California’s streak of female senators may be ending.

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