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  • Turnout appears small as L.A. votes for new mayor

    Turnout appears small as L.A. votes for new mayor
    Though turnout numbers were not yet available from election officials Tuesday afternoon, voters were few and far between at many polling places across the city. Tuesday's contest -- where L.A. will determine its next mayor, city controller and city...
  • Feuer, Zine continue leads in L.A. city races, new polling shows

    Feuer, Zine continue leads in L.A. city races, new polling shows
    Former lawmaker Mike Feuer and City Councilman Dennis Zine continue to hold leads in their races for citywide Los Angeles offices, new polling showed Monday. In polling conducted April 29 through May 7 by the Edmund G. "Pat" Brown Institute of Public...
  • Wendy Greuel supporters say she is target of negative 'push' poll

    Wendy Greuel supporters say she is target of negative 'push' poll
    An unidentified individual or organization that has not registered with the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission appears to be conducting a negative “push” poll to try to turn voters against mayoral candidate Wendy Greuel, according to two...
  • Greuel has fraction of Garcetti's cash in race's last days, reports show

    Greuel has fraction of Garcetti's cash in race's last days, reports show
    Wendy Greuel had roughly one-tenth of the cash on handĀ of her rival Eric Garcetti as she headed into the final two weeks of the mayoral election, according to new campaign finance reports. Greuel, the city’s controller, reported raising nearly...
  • Eric Garcetti woos female voters; says campaign will finish strong

    Eric Garcetti woos female voters; says campaign will finish strong
    Los Angeles mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti said Friday that Wendy Greuel’s dwindling campaign treasury would only bolster his argument that her campaign is being sustained by the independent spending on her behalf. With 11 days left before the...
  • L.A. tax-hike vote patterns tell a tale of two realities

    L.A. tax-hike vote patterns tell a tale of two realities
    Nearly every week, 70-year-old Barb Johnson hears word of a nearby robbery or car break-in in Vermont Knolls, her neighborhood of modest bungalows just west of the Harbor Freeway in South Los Angeles. So it was alarming, she says, to learn this week...
  • Kumbaya era unravels in campaign against Obama

    <i> Kumbaya </i>era unravels in campaign against Obama
    She seemed embarrassed to tell me that she's voting for Mitt Romney, as if the admission might suggest that she'd been hiding racist leanings during our long friendship. Four years ago, she voted for Barack Obama and made sure then that I knew it. She...
  • Baca facing hardest test of career

    Baca facing hardest test of career
    Facing severe criticism of his leadership, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca finds himself confronting his toughest political test since he took the helm of the nation's largest sheriff's department nearly 14 years ago. A damning presentation by...
  • McManus: Obama evolves on gay marriage

    McManus: Obama evolves on gay marriage
    President Obama's announcement Wednesday that he was done "evolving" and now supports same-sex marriage was, in retrospect, inevitable. Vice President Joe Biden made it so Sunday, when he remarked almost casually that he had grown "comfortable" with gay...
  • Column: Reality crashes the Republican Party

    Column: Reality crashes the Republican Party
    It turns out this presidential election wasn't so much about race after all, but about something bigger, more fundamental and harder to ignore. And there's a lesson here for shellshocked Republicans, still wondering how things went so wrong: It's time to...
  • Joe Biden blasts Mitt Romney's CEO mind-set on national security

    Joe Biden blasts Mitt Romney's CEO mind-set on national security
    Since it became clear that Mitt Romney would win the GOP nomination, the Obama campaign has been eager to portray the former Massachusetts governor as the committed conservative he presented himself as in the primaries. But Thursday, Vice President Joe...