Full Coverage: 2014 Los Angeles County Supervisors race
On June 3, Los Angeles County voters in Districts 1 and 3 will pick a candidate to succeed termed-out Supervisors Gloria Molina and Zev Yaroslavsky.
District 1 contenders are are Juventino “J” Gomez, an El Monte city councilman; April A. Saucedo Hood, a Long Beach Unified School District police officer; and Hilda L. Solis, a former U.S. Secretary of Labor.
District 3 contenders are Pamela Conley Ulich, a former Malibu mayor and councilwoman; John Duran, a West Hollywood councilman; Doug Fay, an automotive technician; Yuval Kremer, a private tutor; Sheila Kuehl, a former state lawmaker; Rudy Melendez, a motion picture lighting technician; Eric Preven, a television writer and producer; and Bobby Shriver, a former Santa Monica mayor and councilman.
John Duran gets the question over and over in his against-the-odds bid to replace Zev Yaroslavsky on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
It was 1959 when Sheila Kuehl, an 18-year-old UCLA student, first fell in love with a woman.
A group supporting Bobby Shriver’s bid to fill the office being vacated by Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky has received $100,000 from a national trade union.
Candidates seeking to replace Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky offered competing views on how to cut carbon emissions, clean storm water, replenish local water sources and lure more Angelenos out of their cars during a wide-ranging debate on environmental issues.
Spokesman says former U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis made another commitment before the candidate event. She leads in fundraising.
Running for county supervisor, Shriver criticizes a $1.4-million voluntary spending limit as inadequate for reaching voters.
Thanks to a wide swath of contributors and a sizable chunk from his own pocket, Los Angeles County supervisorial candidate Bobby Shriver has jumped ahead of rival Sheila Kuehl in putting together campaign cash for the race to replace incumbent Zev Yaroslavsky, new finance statements show.
The Pacific Palisades Democratic Club votes to endorse former state Sen. Sheila Kuehl in the June 3 primary to replace Zev Yaroslavsky.
Bobby Shriver says he will spend $300,000 of his own money in the campaign to replace Zev Yaroslavsky.
Sheila Kuehl, running against Bobby Shriver for an L.A. County supervisor seat, says he missed too many Santa Monica City Council meetings.