Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsLos Angeles Council District 10
IN THE NEWS

Los Angeles Council District 10

FEATURED ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1995
Q: How important an issue is affirmative action in your district ? A: I think it's important. With the so-called civil rights initiative making the headlines around the the country and certainly here in Los Angeles, it's on the minds of people in my generation. More than, I think, of younger people. We know what the struggle is about. We know what it was like before the so-called affirmative action programs and we don't want to roll back the clock.
ARTICLES BY DATE
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1995
Q: How important an issue is affirmative action in your district ? A: I think it's important. With the so-called civil rights initiative making the headlines around the the country and certainly here in Los Angeles, it's on the minds of people in my generation. More than, I think, of younger people. We know what the struggle is about. We know what it was like before the so-called affirmative action programs and we don't want to roll back the clock.
Advertisement
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1995
Q: How would you, as a councilman, differ from Holden? A: On [the proposed removal of] Leslie Winner, I spoke up: If I were on the City Council I would vote to keep Leslie Winner on the Fire Commission, doing what she was doing with the affirmative action policies that the Fire Department is struggling to implement. Holden, to my knowledge, has said nothing about where he is on Leslie Winner or where he is, for that matter, on affirmative action goals in [the Fire Department].
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1995
Q: How would you, as a councilman, differ from Holden? A: On [the proposed removal of] Leslie Winner, I spoke up: If I were on the City Council I would vote to keep Leslie Winner on the Fire Commission, doing what she was doing with the affirmative action policies that the Fire Department is struggling to implement. Holden, to my knowledge, has said nothing about where he is on Leslie Winner or where he is, for that matter, on affirmative action goals in [the Fire Department].
OPINION
May 20, 2003
Here are The Times' recommendations in Los Angeles city elections today. The Times endorses selectively on a case-by-case basis. L.A. Community College District Proposition AA. NO. This bond measure to raise $980 million for the Los Angeles Community College District is badly mistimed, coming on the heels of a successful 2001 bond issue that raised $1.2 billion for needed repairs and rehabilitation of facilities.
NEWS
April 16, 1995 | PETER Y. HONG and EFRAIN HERNANDEZ JR., TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As incumbent Nate Holden and challenger J. Stanley Sanders approach the June 6 runoff election for the 10th District City Council seat, both say they will rise above the personal attacks that dominated the primary race. Both Holden and Sanders believe the negative tone of the campaign prompted many on Tuesday to vote for third candidate Kevin Ross, hurting their attempts to win the seat outright with a majority of votes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 2003 | Cara Mia DiMassa, Duke Helfand and Erika Hayasaki, Times Staff Writers
Los Angeles Board of Education incumbent David Tokofsky was reelected by a large margin Tuesday in a 5th District runoff against challenger Nellie Rios-Parra, a Lennox schools administrator and teacher. Tokofsky's victory for a third term, along with the defeat of school board trustee Julie Korenstein in a Los Angeles City Council runoff, means that for the first time in four years a majority of the seven-member school board has alliances with the teachers union.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 22, 2003 | Matea Gold and Jessica Garrison, Times Staff Writers
The victory of former legislative deputy Martin Ludlow in Tuesday's runoff election, coupled with the March elections of former police chief Bernard C. Parks and former state legislators Tony Cardenas and Antonio Villaraigosa, is widely expected to infuse the Los Angeles City Council with a new boldness.
NEWS
November 10, 2005
ABC Unified School District Board of Education (3 elected *--* 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Mark E. Pulido* 8,117 22 Olympia Chen* 7,447 20 David L. Montgomery* 6,588 18 Mona D. Hawkins 4,237 12 Benjamin Ao 4,197 12 Randell R. Economy 3,353 9 Annabelle A. Siongco 2,490 7 *--* -- Partial Term *--* Votes % Louise R.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|