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As Democrats fight for Iowa, Bloomberg makes a play for delegate-rich California

Reuters Monday, 3 February 2020 ()
Bernie Sanders' campaign had built up what it described as the largest California operation of any Democratic presidential candidate - until billionaire Mike Bloomberg made a late entry into the race in November with seemingly bottomless resources.
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News video: Bloomberg Starts 2-Day California Campaign Tour Ahead Of Iowa Caucuses

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Bloomberg kicked off a two-day campaign swing in California in East Los Angeles Sunday, joined by former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa at Teresita's Restaurant.

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