My endorsements for Los Angeles elections March 3rd

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Election time has come around again fast - local elections in California including several in Los Angeles will be held on March 3rd. We will be choosing City Council, school board and community college district board members, and in some ways this election is even more important than the elections we just went through in November. These local officials will determine what Los Angeles' future looks like, and how day-to-day living will change in our city going forward.

Proposed Charter Amendments 1 and 2 would change the date of city and school board elections, moving them from March and May in odd-numbered years to June and November in even-numbered years in 2020 and beyond. This will greatly increase turnout and participation in our elections and cut costs at the same time, which is why I support these amendments.

Here are my choices for Los Angeles City Council, Los Angeles Unified School Board, and Los Angeles Community College. I hope that you will hear them out and evaluate them on their merits.

Los Angeles City Council, District 2, Paul Krekorian

Los Angeles City Council, District 6, Nury Martinez

Los Angeles City Council, District 8, Marqueece Harris-Dawson

Los Angeles City Council, District 10, Herb Wesson Jr.

Los Angeles Unified School Board, District 1, George McKenna

Los Angeles Unified School Board, District 7, Richard Vladovic

Los Angeles Community College, Office 1, Francesca Vega

Los Angeles Community College, Office 3, Sydney Kamlager

Los Angeles Community College, Office 5, Scott Svonkin

Los Angeles Community College, Office 7, Mike Fong

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Please make sure to vote on March 3rd, because our city needs to hear your voice. Find your polling place and a sample ballot.


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