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  • Two of the hottest House races in L.A. region are close

    Two of Southern California's hottest congressional races were too close to call late Tuesday and may not be decided for days, incomplete election night returns showed. Gang prosecutor Elan Carr, a Republican, narrowly led the pack in the crowded field...
  • Republican Leads Contenders in Race to Succeed Henry Waxman

    In race that has drawn heavy interest from the entertainment industry, Republican Elan Carr led a long list of candidates seeking to advance to November's general election and succeed retiring Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Los Angeles). The district, which...
  • Elan Carr, Ted Lieu Head to Runoff in Race to Succeed Henry Waxman

    Republican Elan Carr and Democratic State Sen. Ted Lieu will face each other in November in the race to succeed retiring Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.), as they edged out former Los Angeles City Councilwoman Wendy Greuel and author and spiritual teacher...
  • Democrats finish strong in primary, but GOP takes hope from results

    Led by Gov. Jerry Brown, California Democrats finished strong across the board in Tuesday’s primary election, but Republicans performed well enough in premiere races to indicate the GOP’s long, cold political winter in the state may be...
  • Runoff vote in supervisor race will be pivotal for L.A. County

    Runoff vote in supervisor race will be pivotal for L.A. County
    The runoff election pitting Sheila Kuehl against Bobby Shriver for an open seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is shaping up to be a pivotal contest that could shift the balance of power on a panel with regionwide influence. The winner...
  • Some of the hottest congressional campaigns do battle in California

    Some of the hottest congressional campaigns do battle in California
    A Republican first-time candidate and a Democratic state senator from the South Bay emerged from Tuesday's primary as the two fall contenders to succeed retiring Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Beverly Hills) in a liberal, wealthy, Westside-dominated...
  • Henry Waxman endorses state Sen. Ted Lieu to succeed him in Congress

    Henry Waxman endorses state Sen. Ted Lieu to succeed him in Congress
    Retiring U.S. Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Beverly Hills) has endorsed Democratic state Sen. Ted Lieu of Torrance to succeed him. Lieu's campaign issued a news release about the endorsement on Thursday. "Ted Lieu is my choice to represent us in Congress,"...
  • Lieu and Carr did best in South Bay, Times vote analysis shows

    Lieu and Carr did best in South Bay, Times vote analysis shows
    In the crowded June 3 primary to succeed Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Beverly Hills), front-runners Elan Carr and Ted Lieu did best in the South Bay, according to a Times analysis of election results. Former Los Angeles city Controller Wendy Greuel, a...
  • Honda challenger Ro Khanna takes his campaign to TV with ad

    Honda challenger Ro Khanna takes his campaign to TV with ad
    Democrat Ro Khanna, who is mounting a same-party challenge this year to longtime Rep. Mike Honda (D-San Jose), has launched his first television ad, the Khanna campaign announced Tuesday. In the ad, Khanna, who formerly worked in the U.S Commerce...
  • Ron Galperin, L.A.'s new city controller, wants to be right on the money

    Ron Galperin, L.A.'s new city controller, wants to be right on the money
    Two opposing forces squared off last week in the latest round of a long-running battle over a $40-million mystery. In one corner was one of the most powerful heavyweights in the history of local politics: Brian D'Arcy of the International Brotherhood of...
  • Downtown L.A. music festival sparks mixed reactions

    Downtown L.A. music festival sparks mixed reactions
    The push to bring a major music festival to downtown Los Angeles — one with rapper Jay Z expected to play a creative role — has set off a tussle between two L.A. politicians. Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar contends he was left out...