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What kind of Senate candidate will Calif. AG Kamala Harris be?




California Attorney General Kamala Harris speaks to reporters following a federal money laundering sweep of downtown Los Angeles businesses in the Fashion District.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris speaks to reporters following a federal money laundering sweep of downtown Los Angeles businesses in the Fashion District.
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Today California Attorney General Kamala Harris announced she is entering the race to replace Barbara Boxer in the U.S. Senate.

In what's expected to be a crowded race for Boxer's open seat in 2016, Harris is the first to throw her hat into the ring.

John Myers, KQED's Senior Editor for California Politics and Government, joined Take Two to talk about Kamala Harris' background and what kind of Senate candidate she will be.