Sitting outside Dr. Insomnia’s coffee shop in Novato on a hot May morning, blonde and blue-eyed county supervisor hopeful Diane Furst has the easy warmth of a suburban mom. She’s exchanging text messages with her older daughter, arranging the 11-year-old’s summer softball plans. “Things seem to start earlier every year,” she said with . . .

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