Hello, Election Day: A Recap of Related KCET Stories | KCET
Hello, Election Day: A Recap of Related KCET Stories
It's March 8th and that means election day for many, including residents of Los Angeles. Here's a quick link list of posts on KCET relating to the election.
- Jessica Levinson, our weekly government commentator from the Center for Governmental Studies and Loyola Law School, breaks down each of the L.A. measures and offers her own analysis.
- In the race for Council District 6, a San Fernando Valley seat, 27-year-old Rich Goodman is challenging incumbent Tony Cardenas. Goodman, who received the LA Times endorsement, is profiled in "How to Run for City Council on $4,000."
- There's also big money behind the L.A. City Council races, most notably in Council District 8 (South L.A.) where incumbent Bernard Parks faces union-backed Forescee Hogan-Rowles.
- Regarding the L.A. School Board election, what does the AEG-proposed football stadium have to do with it?
- Nonetheless, big money is behind many of the LAUSD candidates.
- Support for Measure O, the oil tax, is "limited to green, faux slate mailers."
- The opposition to Measure O, however, includes "a surprising coalition of small minority organizations." Small oil is also opposing the measure.
- "If approved on Tuesday, Measure H could go a long way toward preventing "pay-to-play" politics in Los Angeles, at least according to its supporters."
- And in Riverside County, residents of several unincorporated areas will decide if they should become a city called Jurupa Valley.
Eggslut's arrival in Grand Central Market marked a turning point in the historic food hall's fortunes. Their signature dish, the Slut, and their breakfast egg sandwiches have caused lines that snake out into the sidewalk. Here's how to make the Slut.
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