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Who Is Eric Swalwell?

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Eric Swalwell is running for President. But who is? He's 38-years-old and is the US representative from California's 15th congressional district. He's currently polling in the low-single digits. According to Business Insider, 15% of likely Democratic voters know who Swalwell is. Only 11% think he can beat Trump. Swalwell leans towards the middle. His policies are rooted in centrist ideology.

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