LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The race for California Attorney General is too close to call, with Democrat Kamala Harris holding a slight lead over Republican Steve Cooley.

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Cooley, currently the district attorney of Los Angeles, and Harris, district attorney of San Francisco, both have roughly 45 percent of the vote with Harris slightly in the lead.

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Los Angeles County’s total number vote may hold the key to determining the election. Harris is currently leading Cooling in his own county.

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