Hillery Advocates for ‘More Life’ in Campaign for L.A. Council District 14

After seeing the Los Angeles City Council District 14  be “taken advantage of for so very long” and the aftermath of the George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery killings that made downtown LA feel like a “war zone,” Attorney Teresa Hillery asked herself who was in charge. Displeased with her findings from her research. Hillery said to herself, “We deserve better, and I can give them better.”

Michelle Chambers Running for and by the People in Race for Senate District 35

“I was asked to run for this seat, which is another blessing in itself. It really shows a testament of the faith that other leaders have in you -that they sought me out for this seat. To receive the blessing of the incumbent Just made it impossible for me to even deny,” Michelle Chambers, who is running for City District 35 State Senate said.

Councilwoman Heather Hutt Fights for Rights of Working Families in Campaign for Reelection

As a child, Heather Hutt spent most of her time in City Hall with her mother, who worked for a Los Angeles City Council member. Hutt’s upbringing in this environment instilled in her the desire for public and community servitude and foretold her incumbency as the first Councilwoman for the Los Angeles’ 10th District, which she intends to keep.

McKinney Aims to Bring Balance to Criminal Justice System in Race for L.A. District Attorney

“I think Mr. Gascón has taken us a little too far to one side, and we’ve lost our ability to hold people accountable. If we can’t hold people accountable, we can’t rehabilitate. We can’t correct behavior. We can’t make people who are actually victims of crime feel that they’ve received some sense of justice, so that’s really what’s driving me,” said deputy district attorney John Mckinney, who is running for Los Angeles District Attorney.

Christopher Darden Stands Up for Justice in Run for L.A. County Superior Court Judge

With over 44 years of legal experience under his belt, including 16 years as a prosecutor, five years as a law professor at Southwestern University School of Law, running his private practice since the late 90s and much more, Christopher Darden believes his legal experience combined with his life experience gives him a unique perspective and makes him the best candidate in the running for Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge.

Rhambo Emerges as Top Challenger To Villanueva, Outraising All Opposition 

Continuing to demonstrate his status as the top challenger to incumbent L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva, LAX Police Chief Cecil Rhambo’s campaign announced that he had raised $212,993 in the fundraising quarter ending December 31, the most of any candidate running against Villanueva during that period.  

Governor Newsom Defeats More Than The Recall

San Diego County was one of the first to overwhelmingly report a vote against the recall and it only went downhill from there for the recall supporters.

Rights and Rules: 5 Things You Should Know If You’re Voting on Election Day

The election to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom is about a week away. Some mail-in ballots have already been counted. In person voting is now possible at voting centers and voting continues by mail, drop boxes and dropping off mail-in ballots at voting centers. But if you expect to be among the Californians who exercise their civic duty in person at the polls on Sept. 14, there are rules you need to follow and rights you have that workers at the polls must respect. Here are 5 things you should know about voting on election day. When polls open and close