A clear picture of who would emerge victorious in the city’s races did not emerge until the early hours of Wednesday when the county put out a conclusive update with all precincts reporting just after 2:00AM.
Like so many candidates before him seeking endorsements and support, U.S. senate candidate Kevin de Leon journeyed to Long Beach Monday morning for a fundraiser hosted by some of the city’s elected officials.
Over 400 VBM voters in the district, one of two that has yet to decide its council member for the next four years, received county ballots that include statewide contests but not city ballots that lets them cast votes...
byCity News ServiceinPolitics
The city and county of Los Angeles and several other major California cities have joined the state's lawsuit opposing the federal government's addition of a citizenship question on the 2020 U.S. Census, Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced today.
Young Invincibles hosted the 2018 State of California Millennials Summit at CSU Dominguez Hills last Saturday where millennial elected leaders discussed the situations young people are facing today.
Do you believe less government is better? That people’s personal lives should not be meddled with—whether that means the person you choose to marry or the drugs you choose to take? Would you support the privatization of schools, prisons...
Three races remain undecided though, with Council Districts Five and Seven facing runoffs and the only contested seat on the Long Beach Unified School District Board of Education also hosting a runoff on the June 5 ballot.
Council women Suzie Price and Stacy Mungo will introduce the motion at Tuesday night’s city council meeting where they will ask their colleagues to support the Reducing Crime and Keeping California Safe Act of 2018. The ballot initiative takes...
byJason Ruiz, Stephanie Rivera and Asia MorrisinPolitics
Half of the Long Beach City Council seats up for grabs Tuesday night were decided early in the evening as Vice Mayor Rex Richardson and Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price easily retained their seats, however, their colleagues in the...
Garcia’s vote total of just over 26,500 votes made up nearly 80 percent of ballots counted as of Wednesday morning, the second largest victory margin of the night for incumbents.
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