NORTHERN CALIFORNIA - Action News Now is following one of the biggest contests in Northern California, the District 1 Congressional seat for the U.S House of Representatives.
The people running on for that seat are Republican incumbent Doug LaMalfa and Democratic challenger Audrey Denney.
This is the second time that Denney is running, she lost to LaMalfa back in November of 2018.
They are both facing each other to represent District 1 which includes:
Parts of Glenn, Nevada, and Placer counties are also represented in the congressional race.
Congressman LaMalfa is a rice farmer and Denney is a former agriculture professor at Chico State.
Super Tuesday's race is to determine the two candidates who will be on the ballot in November of 2020.
The last time these two squared off, LaMalfa had at least 160,000 votes while Denney had 131,000 votes, those numbers from a non-partisan election site called Ballotpedia.
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