A month out from Super Tuesday, David Wasserman and Jessica Taylor preview Senate and House primaries in California.

While there is little chance that Democrats won't ultimately hold the Senate open seat, Jessica explores whether the race will be over before it's begun due to the state's top-two primary system. David highlights two House primaries he is watching: California's 47th District, where the battle to replace Katie Porter has turned ugly, and a fascinating race in the 22nd District, where four candidates are vying to take on Republican Rep. David Valadao.

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David Wasserman: Welcome to the Editor's Roundtable. I'm Dave Wasserman. And today I'm joined by our Senate and Governor's Editor, Jessica Taylor. In this series available exclusively to our subscribers, we discuss the most important developments and key races. Break down the latest polling and data and alert you to emerging trends to watch.

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