Los Angeles County supervisorial rivals Sheila Kuehl and
OneLA, a coalition of faith, labor and community groups, is hosting the forum. It begins at 6 p.m. at Mary Immaculate Church, 10390 Remick Ave., Pacoima.
The candidates are competing to replace retiring veteran
Shriver, a former Santa Monica mayor and council member, has stressed his local government background, making the case that fresh ideas come from cities, not the state.
The winner will join a five-member board that oversees a $26.5-billion budget and sets policy on prisons, county-owned arts institutions and delivery of health, foster care, mental health and homeless services.