She discussed her priorities for the state and city, including shoring up more funds for the California State University to complete a backlog of deferred maintenance projects.
By pursuing a ballot measure the coalition could secure continuing revenue for the youth fund instead of depending on the City Council allocating money to it on a year-to-year basis.
In the Northern California's 1st District, 26 percent of voters showed up to cast ballots. In the 33rd, which includes Long Beach and parts of southeast Los Angeles County, less than 7 percent showed up.
Registered voters will have 182 polling places to cast their ballots. Visit lavote.net to confirm locations as some constituents have noticed a change in their polling location.
As a deep-pocketed oil-funded coalition continues to spend money on ads in support of Long Beach Councilwoman Lena Gonzalez in her run for the upcoming 33rd state Senate District race, her stance on issues related to the group's interests...
On March 26, voters in the 33rd state Senate District will go to polls in a special election to fill the unexpired term of Ricardo Lara, who was elected the state’s insurance commissioner last November.
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