“If there is higher turnout, and if that higher turnout brings more Hispanic voters to the polls than Asian voters, and if the candidates split the non-Asian, non-Hispanic vote, then you would expect Martinez to have a chance at winning,” UC Irvine political scientist Mark Petracca said. “But a number of things have to happen in sequence.”

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