LOS ANGELES (AP) – Loretta Sanchez sold herself as the anti-establishment candidate in her closing statement at California’s only debate between its two U.S. Senate candidates. The Democratic congresswoman from Orange County told voters Wednesday night “don’t listen to the establishment,” and said that she didn’t have the Democratic Party’s endorsement when she first won her House seat in 2002. Sanchez pointed out her opposition to the Iraq War, the USA Patriot Act and the Wall Street bank bailout. She also said she wishes there were more debates in the race. Her opponent Attorney General Kamala Harris touted her liberal credentials, citing her ties to the United Farmworkers Union and to Sen. Elizabeth Warren.