Reps. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) and Howard Berman (D-Calif.) set a California House race record by spending a combined $11.7 million on their races, according to a Los Angeles Times analysis of recently released campaign finance reports.
The race, which Sherman won, featured two well-known candidates in the expensive Los Angeles media market, and two rounds of voting — one on the all-party June primary and another for the November general election. The total cost of the campaign once outside spending is factored in was $16.3 million.
While the race sets a record for the most combined House candidate spending in
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