While 8 million Californians voted in the state’s attorney general’s race, about 300 Los Angeles County election workers will decide the fate of a race “too close to call.”
That’s if the candidates, Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley and San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris, don’t end up settling the election in court.
Harris holds a slight edge over Cooley statewide and a double-digit lead in Los Angeles County.
In recent days, each side has asserted the other is trying to unfairly pressure county officials counting ballots.
“This is sniping as usual that only comes around when the votes are close enough that the race could be affected by the qualification or disqualification