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L.A. City Council’s Paul Krekorian Delivers Epic Rant On Progressive Candidates

Cityside Column: The veteran council member and budget expert responds to a shift in the political landscape.
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Attorney General Ruling Adds to the Heat in the Mark-Ridley-Thomas-Nury Martinez-Herb Wesson Battle

Cityside Column: Approval of a lawsuit could add more uncertainty to who will occupy a crucial council seat

The Incumbent v. Challenger Battle: Gil Cedillo and Eunisses Hernandez Tangle in a Tense Council Race

Citywide Column: It’s a war to woo progressives for the District 1 post

L.A.’s District 9 Council Race Is A Two-Person Battle

Cityside Column: Incumbent Curren Price faces challenger Dulce Vasquez in a race where both have notable cash hauls

Big Money Is Not Limited to the Mayor’s Race

Cityside Column: Some hefty sums are being raised in the City Council, City Attorney and City Controller contests

It’s a Two-Person Race in District 7: Monica Rodriquez vs. Elisa Avalos

Cityside Column: The incumbent appears to have a lot of advantages in the contest for the Northeast San Fernando Valley City Council Seat

Election L.A. 2022: Angelenos Will Have a Lot of Choices on June 7

Cityside Column: Dozens of candidates are aiming for city seats

The Mark Ridley-Thomas-Nury Martinez Battle Levels Up

Cityside Column: Court rulings and community protests are the latest in the dispute over the District 10 council seat

The Redistricting Process Is a Cartographic Murphy’s Law

It seems like everyone is up in arms as the council takes over the once-a-decade redrawing of political boundaries
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Late Councilman Tom LaBonge Is Still Inspiring People to Make L.A. a Better Place

During the inaugural Tom LaBonge Day of Service on Saturday, cleanups at five locations honor a figure known for his deep love of Los Angeles