Three events in Long Beach scheduled this month will be open to the public, giving constituents a chance to hear directly from the candidates and even ask questions themselves.
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The judge ruled that while such a question would be constitutional, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross had added it arbitrarily and not followed proper administrative procedures.
Energized after a successful campaign to put a redistricting measure in the city's charter, Long Beach Democratic Cambodians came out in numbers for the first time ever to elect a delegate for the 70th Assembly District.
One of two people leading state Sen. Ricardo Lara’s transition as California’s newly elected Insurance Commissioner worked until last month as the Sacramento lobbyist for a major drug maker that is the subject of an investigation by the Department...
Lowenthal prefers to be seen as a negotiator, a consensus-builder, a mediator—all qualities of a more genteel era. Will he be able to make an impact in these more bellicose, hyper-partisan times, or will he fade into the backdrop?
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