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Politics is something in their blood
By Sentinel News Service
Published November 7, 2013

 

Politics is something in their blood. LA City Council President Herb Wesson and his son and legislative deputy, Justin Wesson attended a recent campaign event honoring Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, leading candidate in the December 3 special election to replace Holly Mitchell, who was elected to the California State Senate.  Pictured are Council President Herb Wesson (left) and Justin Wesson (center-left)), Sebastian Ridley-Thomas (center-right) and LA County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas (right). 

 

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