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Janice Hahn

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  • L.A. City Council race revs up as 11 seek to replace Janice Hahn

     
    On Thursday, Los Angeles election officials certified 11 candidates in the race to replace former City Councilwoman Janice Hahn, who was recently elected to Congress....
  • Obama talks up tax plan at West Hollywood fundraiser

     
    Obama California trip: President Obama mocked Republicans for calling his fiscal agenda "class warfare."...
  • More than $557,000 raised in L.A. City Council race

     
    City Council District 15 race: Candidates in the special election to replace former Los Angeles City Councilwoman Janice Hahn have raised more than $557,000 in campaign donations,...
  • Labor continues to choose sides in congressional races

     
    The first two labor endorsements have been unveiled in the race for a newly drawn San Fernando Valley-based congressional district, where Democratic Reps. Brad Sherman and Howard Berman are competing for the same seat. Sherman got the nod this week......
  • Congressional candidates lining up more support

     
    Incumbents battling colleagues for the same new congressional districts in next year’s elections recently added more backers. Rep. Howard Berman (D-Valley Village), who is running for the newly drawn 30th District in the San Fernando Valley, has...
  • Competitive Assembly races draw backers

     
    One of the hottest Assembly races next year is for the Westside-based seat in the newly drawn 50th District, where a three-way contest is underway among Assemblywoman Betsy Butler (D-Marina del Rey), nonprofit organization leader Torie Osborn and Santa...
  • Democrats would do right to do right by Abel Maldonado

    Democrats would do right to do right by Abel Maldonado
    Within a few weeks, the embattled and belittled California Legislature will take one of two actions: * Approve state Sen. Abel Maldonado's nomination by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to be lieutenant governor because that's the smart and right thing to do....
  • Getting rad at the Watts Towers

    Getting rad at the Watts Towers
    Should a Tony Hawk-endorsed skateboard park be a neighbor to South Los Angeles' cultural landmark, the Watts Towers? In what could become a battle between athletics and aesthetics, the answer will be up to city officials, who figure to get an earful from...
  • Long-shot L.A. municipal candidates depend on Internet

    As recently as two months ago, David R. Hernandez said, he didn't even know what Facebook was. Today, he uses the popular Internet social-networking site to help spread the word about his steeply uphill campaign for Los Angeles mayor in Tuesday's...
  • Wilmington looks to a greener future

    Wilmington looks to a greener future
    When visitors to Wilmington's historic red-brick Chamber of Commerce ask what's new, three topics tend to dominate the ensuing conversation. One is the recent groundbreaking for a long-awaited 30-acre buffer of parkland separating the working-class...
  • Illegal dumping continues in South L.A.

    Illegal dumping continues in South L.A.
    More than seven months after officials vowed to crack down on illegal dumping, violators continue to operate in some South Los Angeles neighborhoods with virtual impunity, forcing city crews to repeatedly clean the same trash-strewn byways, according to a...