Republicans face what seems to be a difficult choice in deciding who is best-equipped to battle incumbent Democrat Jerry McNerney in the 11th Congressional District race this year.
Four Republicans remain in the race, and their views are strikingly similar. Therefore, candidates are trying to persuade voters to base their votes on who they say is best able to defeat McNerney in November and who will be the most effective in bringing their conservative values to Congress.
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