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Watch: David Campos and Matt Haney On Election Results, School Board Recall

Written by Sophie BearmanVideo by Mike KubaPublished Feb. 16, 2022 • 4:38pm

Former Supervisor David Campos and Supervisor Matt Haney head to a runoff in April for the state Assembly District 17 seat. On election night, the two candidates spoke to The Standard about their respective wins, what they think brought voters to the polls, their thoughts on the school board recall results and what it all might mean for their campaigns going forward.

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