LOS ANGELES — California’s next U.S. senator — possibly for decades — is about to take the stage in Los Angeles.

Four contenders to succeed the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein will make their case to California voters tonight, a month or so before March 5 primary ballots start landing in mailboxes. The candidates are vying for two coveted general election spots, awarded to the two top vote-getters from any party.

Polls have consistently shown Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff in the lead and a tight race for second place between Democratic Reps. Katie Porter and Barbara Lee and the Republican frontrunner, former Dodgers star Steve Garvey.

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