The West Coast's Topsy-Turvy House Races

Top-two voting helps turn campaigns toward the center.
Now that's a toss-up.

In a solidly conservative district that Mitt Romney won in 2012 with 60 percent of the vote, a Republican candidate is attacking his opponent for being too conservative. In another district that shades red, a Republican is attacking his opponent for not taking a strong stand against the Confederate flag.

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