54th Assembly District

Bryan Honors Jackie Hawthorne

The contributions of Jacquelynn “Jackie” Hawthorne were rewarded on April 2, when Assemblymember Isaac Bryan (D-Baldwin Hills) hosted a surprise event to announce his selection of Hawthorne as the 2022 Woman of the Year representing the 54th Assembly District.

Los Angeles Sentinel Proudly Endorses Heather Hutt for the 54th Assembly District

Heather Hutt has worked tirelessly within the Black community for years. She was born and raised in this community, where as a single mother, she raised her three sons; she empathizes with the challenges that single mothers (and fathers) deal with on a daily basis. She is the candidate with the best grasp of the vital issues that need to be addressed within the 54th Assembly District and throughout the state.

Asm. Sydney Kamlager-Dove Pushing Law to End “Slavery” in California’s Prisons

For 24 years now, Samual Brown – who was convicted for attempted murder in Sacramento – has been serving time in California state prisons. Right now, he is at a correctional facility in Lancaster, a Los Angeles County town northeast of L.A.  While in prison, Brown says he has evolved. In addition to earning an associate degree, Brown will be awarded his B.A. from CSU Los Angeles in the Spring, graduating with a 4.0 GPA.

Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager-Dove Sails to Victory in 30th Senate District Race

As of press time, State Assembly member Sydney Kamlager-Dove was the projected winner for the 30th Senate District seat with 68% of the vote. The special election was called by Governor Gavin Newsom to fill the seat vacated by current L.A. County Supervisor Holly Mitchell. Kamlager-Dove stands poised to join State Senator Steve Bradford at the State Capitol.