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Susan Jordan made it official this week that she will seek election in 2010 for the State Assembly seat currently occupied by her husband, the soon-to-be termed-out Pedro Nava. Jordan is the executive director of California Coastal Protection Network, which famously helped sink plans for an LNG terminal in the Santa Barbara Channel last year, and the cofounder of the Vote the Coast group. Nava is rumored to be considering a 2010 run at the State Attorney General position. (/jordan129)

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