"They each already have a base within the district. Martinez will undoubtedly try to reach women voters, while Do, who worked for someone in office before, will try to tap his wide network. But to win, the primary goal is to focus on folks most likely to vote for them," said Louis DeSipio, a political science professor specializing in ethnic politics at UC Irvine.

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