Sex and Violence Scandal May Impact East Bay Senate Race 

Explosive revelations about the ex-chief of staff of Assemblymember Bob Wieckowski could affect his chances in the June state Senate primary.

A violent feud between the wife of a former East Bay state Assemblymember and the ex-chief of staff of a current one is raising questions about the use of taxpayer funds on what appears to have been a private — albeit, salacious…

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