Schwartz challenges Waldron for 75th State Assembly seat

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Kate Schwartz, left, is running for the California State Assembly District 75 seat. Incumbent Marie Waldron, right, is running for reelection to the California State Assembly District 75 seat. Valley News/Courtesy photos
Democrat Kate Schwartz and Republican incumbent Marie Waldron are vying for the California State Assembly District 75 seat, Nov. 3. Waldron, who before her election in 2012, served on the city of Escondido city council for more than a decade. Waldron currently serves as the state Assembly minority leader and has done so for the past two years. Schwartz has been a behavioral health care provider for the past 35 years and currently serves on the Fallbrook Regional Health District Board. Waldron and Schwartz were provided the same questions to answer by Valley News and these are their responses: Due to COVID-19, the district is understandably struggling on several levels. How do you intend to lead your constituents through this time, and how do you help them recover? Waldron: R
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