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The Times' endorsements for Tuesday's election
The Times' endorsements for Tuesday's election

Don't sit this election out. It's true that there's no high-profile mayor's race or marijuana ballot measure, but Tuesday's election could lead to one of the most significant changes to local government in years. If Charter Amendments 1 and 2 pass, city and school board elections will move, beginning in 2020, from March and May of odd-numbered years to June and November of even-numbered years — to coincide with state and federal elections. The idea is to increase the dismally low number of people voting in local L.A. elections. But, wait, there's more. If the amendments pass, the city and school board officials elected Tuesday (or in the May 19 runoff)...

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