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California Primary Election 2020: Where Do Candidates Stand On The Issues?

A California voter guide is pictured at the San Diego County Registrar of Vot...

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Above: A California voter guide is pictured at the San Diego County Registrar of Voters, Feb. 18, 2020.

The California primary election is here and KPBS has created a Voter Guide to help you get ready to cast your vote.

We asked state, county and citywide candidates running for public office this year where they stand on some of the most contentious issues ranging from immigration to student debt and universal healthcare.

Candidates answered with a YES, NO or OTHER, as well as a short explanation for each question, which can be viewed by clicking on the boxes below. If the box displays an N/A, that means the candidate did not provide an answer.

RELATED: How To Use The KPBS Voter Guide

For a complete election guide that includes local races and measures, check out the KPBS Voter Guide.

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