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Post date: 2020-11-04T18:06:24-08:00
Sen. Holly Mitchell, D-Los Angeles, was celebrating today an unexpectedly lopsided victory in her race against Los Angeles City Councilman Herb Wesson to replace termed-out Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas in the county's 2nd District.
Post date: 2020-11-04T11:42:24-08:00
As of Tuesday morning, 57% of voters supported Measure J, a charter amendment requiring that a minimum of 10% of the county's unrestricted general funds be spent on alternatives to incarceration.
Post date: 2020-11-04T10:54:24-08:00
Measure RR, the $7 billion bond measure that will provide LAUSD with a steady flow of money to improve its facilities and technology, as well as increase safety measures amid the COVID-19 pandemic, was approved by voters.
Post date: 2020-11-03T15:57:42-08:00
Police across the Southland will be on heightened alert today as voting wraps up in a highly contentious presidential election that has led to fears of large protests.
Post date: 2020-11-03T14:44:44-08:00
Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey is fighting to keep her seat for a third term despite an aggressive challenge by self-styled reformer George Gascon, a former LAPD Assistant Chief of Police, Chief of Police in Mesa, Arizona and S.F.
Post date: 2020-11-02T17:20:01-08:00
The Justice Department announced its plans for voting rights monitoring in Los Angeles and Orange counties and throughout the country for Tuesday's general election.