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February 22, 1991 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
KMEX Promotion: Larry Gonzalez, director of administration at KMEX Channel 34, has been promoted to manager of the station, the country's first and largest Spanish-language TV channel. Gonzalez, a former Los Angeles Board of Education member, joined KMEX in 1987 as director of community affairs.
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April 2, 1993
United Teachers-Los Angeles has endorsed school board candidate Larry Gonzalez in the District 2 race in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Teachers union President Helen Bernstein said Gonzalez can expect to receive help in promoting his campaign messages to 28,000 union members through their highly organized mailing system. She did not say how much money, if any, the union's political action committee would give him.
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November 13, 1986
Los Angeles school board member Larry Gonzalez launched his campaign for a seat on the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday. Flanked by supporters, including state Sen. Art Torres (D-South Pasadena) and Councilman Richard Alatorre, Gonzalez told a news conference that he will focus a "positive" campaign on his board experience and "concrete results" from his anti-drug and anti-gang proposals.
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February 22, 1991 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
KMEX Promotion: Larry Gonzalez, director of administration at KMEX Channel 34, has been promoted to manager of the station, the country's first and largest Spanish-language TV channel. Gonzalez, a former Los Angeles Board of Education member, joined KMEX in 1987 as director of community affairs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1988
Two new members of the Southern California Rapid Transit District board have been named. Mayor Tom Bradley selected former Los Angeles city school board member Larry Gonzalez, now a news director for a Spanish language television station, to replace Carmen Estrada, who is leaving the transit board to fill a position on the Los Angeles City Planning Commission. Los Angeles County Supervisor Pete Schabarum named Jeff Jenkins, a 26-year-old assistant on his staff, to replace Erwin Jones.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 2, 1993
United Teachers-Los Angeles has endorsed school board candidate Larry Gonzalez in the District 2 race in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Teachers union President Helen Bernstein said Gonzalez can expect to receive help in promoting his campaign messages to 28,000 union members through their highly organized mailing system. She did not say how much money, if any, the union's political action committee would give him.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 23, 1987
Assemblywoman Gloria Molina has held onto her fund-raising lead in her quest to be elected to the 1st District Los Angeles City Council seat, but a surge in recent contributions to school board member Larry Gonzalez has narrowed the gap between the two top candidates, according to campaign reports filed Thursday with the city clerk's office. Molina has now raised a total of $178,715, compared with Gonzalez's $162,914.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 1987 | JANET CLAYTON, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles City Council race that has bordered on genteel turned tough Tuesday as school board member Larry Gonzalez sent campaign mailers to voters attacking the legislative attendance record of his main rival, Assemblywoman Gloria Molina. The mailer was the first indication that the race for the seat in the 1st Council District, which covers the northeast and Eastside portions of the city, is heating up in the final week before the special election next Tuesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1987 | MARK GLADSTONE and JERRY GILLAM, Times Staff Writers
Larry Gonzalez, who lost to Assemblywoman Gloria Molina in the new 1st District Los Angeles City Council race Tuesday, is trying to drum up support to run for her Eastside Assembly seat. A Los Angeles school board member, Gonzalez is one of five potential Democratic candidates scrambling for support even before Molina, a Democrat, has resigned her 56th Assembly District office. The only officially announced candidate so far is City of Commerce Mayor James B. Dimas.
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January 8, 1987 | JANET CLAYTON, Times Staff Writer
School board member Larry Gonzalez, trying to show that he can attract women's votes against a woman front-runner, on Tuesday announced endorsements from two well-known elected women officials in his race for a new Los Angeles City Council seat.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1988
Two new members of the Southern California Rapid Transit District board have been named. Mayor Tom Bradley selected former Los Angeles city school board member Larry Gonzalez, now a news director for a Spanish language television station, to replace Carmen Estrada, who is leaving the transit board to fill a position on the Los Angeles City Planning Commission. Los Angeles County Supervisor Pete Schabarum named Jeff Jenkins, a 26-year-old assistant on his staff, to replace Erwin Jones.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1987 | MARK GLADSTONE and JERRY GILLAM, Times Staff Writers
Larry Gonzalez, who lost to Assemblywoman Gloria Molina in the new 1st District Los Angeles City Council race Tuesday, is trying to drum up support to run for her Eastside Assembly seat. A Los Angeles school board member, Gonzalez is one of five potential Democratic candidates scrambling for support even before Molina, a Democrat, has resigned her 56th Assembly District office. The only officially announced candidate so far is City of Commerce Mayor James B. Dimas.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 2, 1987 | JANET CLAYTON, Times Staff Writer
Assemblywoman Gloria Molina, walking precincts near downtown Los Angeles, gleefully noted that campaign mail of her main rival, school board member Larry Gonzalez, had spilled on the ground and been stepped on near some mailboxes. "Larry's stuff is on the floor, yea!" In Lincoln Heights, Gonzalez's headquarters posted a sign for workers: "11 days til we put her away!"
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 1987 | JANET CLAYTON, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles City Council race that has bordered on genteel turned tough Tuesday as school board member Larry Gonzalez sent campaign mailers to voters attacking the legislative attendance record of his main rival, Assemblywoman Gloria Molina. The mailer was the first indication that the race for the seat in the 1st Council District, which covers the northeast and Eastside portions of the city, is heating up in the final week before the special election next Tuesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1987 | JANET CLAYTON, Times Staff Writer
Traditional political power brokers--real estate interests--as well as new power brokers--women--have emerged as the major contributors in the Los Angeles City Council race for the new 1st District seat, according to a Times study of campaign contribution reports. The reports, however, do not--as required by law--describe the occupations of contributors of thousands of dollars to the leading candidates, school board member Larry Gonzalez and Assemblywoman Gloria Molina.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 23, 1987
Assemblywoman Gloria Molina has held onto her fund-raising lead in her quest to be elected to the 1st District Los Angeles City Council seat, but a surge in recent contributions to school board member Larry Gonzalez has narrowed the gap between the two top candidates, according to campaign reports filed Thursday with the city clerk's office. Molina has now raised a total of $178,715, compared with Gonzalez's $162,914.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1987 | JANET CLAYTON, Times Staff Writer
Traditional political power brokers--real estate interests--as well as new power brokers--women--have emerged as the major contributors in the Los Angeles City Council race for the new 1st District seat, according to a Times study of campaign contribution reports. The reports, however, do not--as required by law--describe the occupations of contributors of thousands of dollars to the leading candidates, school board member Larry Gonzalez and Assemblywoman Gloria Molina.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 9, 1986 | JANET CLAYTON, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles school board member Larry Gonzalez announced Wednesday that he will not run to succeed Richard Alatorre in the state Assembly, thus heading off a confrontation with another Latino candidate that could have created an acrimonious political struggle in the Eastside. Alatorre resigned the seat last month to run for a vacant seat on the Los Angeles City Council, which he won in a special election.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1987 | JANET CLAYTON, Times Staff Writer
"A sort of Frankenstein creation--it was everybody's spare parts." That is the description of the newly created 1st Los Angeles City Council District by one City Hall aide who watched the council carve out the district last summer. The scorpion-shaped jurisdiction was born in response to a federal government lawsuit charging, in effect, that the council had gerrymandered the political boundaries of council districts in such a way as to dilute the voting power of Latinos.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 8, 1987 | JANET CLAYTON, Times Staff Writer
School board member Larry Gonzalez, trying to show that he can attract women's votes against a woman front-runner, on Tuesday announced endorsements from two well-known elected women officials in his race for a new Los Angeles City Council seat.
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