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Stickers that say "I Voted" in English, Spanish and Chinese are seen at a polling place February 5, 2008 in San Francisco, California.
A Bay-Area congressional race got a bit more crowded last week. Thanks to the new "top two" primary system, Democratic incumbent Mike Honda is now facing four challengers, including three Republicans.
For more on how the recent changes to our primary system might impact other races in California, we're joined by Eric McGhee, a research fellow at the Public Policy Institute of CA.