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California: Brad Sherman Beats Howard Berman
Posted at 5:21 a.m. on Nov. 7, 2012
It was ugly. It was expensive. It was physical. And now it’s over.
Rep. Brad Sherman defeated fellow Democratic Rep. Howard Berman in California’s reconfigured 30th district.
Just before 5:00 a.m. ET, Berman released a statement conceding to Sherman.
“Brad Sherman will be the next Congressman from the 30th Congressional District,” Berman said. “I congratulate Brad and my friend Tony Cardenas who will have the honor and solemn responsibility of representing the San Fernando Valley in the 113th Congress. I wish both of them the best of luck and the wisdom and strength to confront and overcome the challenges that face our nation. I will do whatever I can to ensure a cooperative and orderly transition.”
With 28 percent of precincts reporting, Sherman had 60 percent to Berman’s 40 percent.