The Nov. 8 runoff election will decide the city’s next mayor, three City Council seats and various other state and federal elected positions.
The current race to be mayor of Long Beach is shaping up to be the most expensive in city history.
With little pressure at home, Newsom has been looking elsewhere to spend some of the $23 million he has in his campaign account.
Mayor Robert Garcia said that city leaders have worked hard in recent years to redirect city policy to address the needs of all neighborhoods in the city, and he said Councilmember Rex Richardson is best suited to continue that work.
Villanueva called Luna a puppet candidate for the Board of Supervisors. Luna said Villanueva was wrong to investigate his enemies.
A torrent of advertising has buffeted Californians for months in a fight that’s pitted wealthy Native American tribes against online gambling companies and less-affluent tribes.
The Sept. 22 forum is scheduled to have candidates from Long Beach mayoral race as well as those running to represent the city in Congress and the California Legislature.
Councilmembers Rex Richardson and Suzie Price are scheduled to attend a mayoral candidate forum at Cal State Long Beach Wednesday, Sept. 21.
The most recent complaint against Councilmember Suzie Price accuses her of using city resources to promote her campaign for mayor.
Three candidates are seeking office to the Water Replenishment District, and five are seeking to serve on the LBCC Board of Directors. The election is Nov. 8.