Andrea Van de Kamp didn’t know what to make of the stocky, gruff-looking guy who strolled into her Los Angeles office about 30 years ago as the new chairman of the Coro Foundation.

Van de Kamp — a well-known Democrat and then-executive director of the foundation, which trains young adults to become government leaders — knew Sheldon Sloan was a solid Republican. But that was it.

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