These two Senate District 9 primary candidates are a lock for November

Two candidates, both Democrats, are squaring off to represent state Senate District 9 — a recently redistricted community that will say goodbye to incumbent Steve Glazer who did not run for reelection due to term limits.

Assemblyman Tim Grayson, who has spent eight years in his current role within the state Legislature, is up against San Ramon Councilmember Marisol Rubio, a one-year council member who is now running her second campaign for this same Senate district, after failing to make the runoff in the March 2020 primary.

Notably, both Grayson and Rubio are poised to move forward to the November election as the only two candidates vying for the seat.


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