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Gavin Newsom leads fundraising in the California governor's race, but Antonio Villaraigosa gets a boost from allies

Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom continues to rule fundraising in the California governor's race, with more than $17.6 million in the bank, according to fundraising documents filed with the state. But wealthy allies of fellow Democrat Antonio Villaraigosa dumped more than $12.5 million into an independent effort to boost his candidacy - just before mail ballots are sent to voters.

The money, which was contributed by a handful of donors over the course of a week, is funding a barrage

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