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Newsom warns of divisive Democratic battle if he, Villaraigosa advance to general election for Calif. governor

SAN FRANCISCO - California gubernatorial front-runner Gavin Newsom on Tuesday predicted a bruising, divisive general-election campaign with $100 million spent against him if he and fellow Democrat Antonio Villaraigosa emerge as the top two winners in the June 5 primary.

"You want a race

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