Hoping to Boost Dismal Turnouts, L.A. Votes to Change Election Dates

Los Angeles and LAUSD elections will be moving from odd-numbered years to even-numbered years thanks to a pair of charter amendments approved by voters on Tuesday.
Hoping to Boost Dismal Turnouts, L.A. Votes to Change Election Dates
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