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April 17, 2001
Sgt. Patrick Gomez of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said Monday he will again run against Sheriff Lee Baca in next year's election. Gomez, who took 12% of the vote when he ran against Baca three years ago, said the sheriff has failed to address serious recruitment, morale and promotion problems in the department. "All the issues we talked about last time are still there," said Gomez, 42, who works in the custody training division. "The department is in terrible shape.
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December 11, 2001 | From a Times Staff Writer
A community college professor has filed papers to run against Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina in the March 2002 election. Friday was the deadline to register for the election in which seats held by Molina and Zev Yaroslavsky are up for election. David Sanchez, who mounted an unsuccessful race for City Council in the spring, was the only person who filed against Molina. Election officials said no one filed to challenge Yaroslavsky. The incumbents have filed their papers.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 11, 2001 | MICHAEL FINNEGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The officials studying the secession of the San Fernando Valley and the Harbor area from Los Angeles voiced doubts Wednesday over whether they can meet the deadlines to put a municipal divorce proposal on the November 2002 ballot. "The odds are slim to none at the pace we're going now," said Zev Yaroslavsky, a member of the commission analyzing how to break apart the nation's second-largest city.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 2001
Sgt. Patrick Gomez of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said Monday he will again run against Sheriff Lee Baca in next year's election. Gomez, who took 12% of the vote when he ran against Baca three years ago, said the sheriff has failed to address serious recruitment, morale and promotion problems in the department. "All the issues we talked about last time are still there," said Gomez, 42, who works in the custody training division. "The department is in terrible shape.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 2001 | From a Times Staff Writer
A community college professor has filed papers to run against Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina in the March 2002 election. Friday was the deadline to register for the election in which seats held by Molina and Zev Yaroslavsky are up for election. David Sanchez, who mounted an unsuccessful race for City Council in the spring, was the only person who filed against Molina. Election officials said no one filed to challenge Yaroslavsky. The incumbents have filed their papers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 11, 2001 | MICHAEL FINNEGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The officials studying the secession of the San Fernando Valley and the Harbor area from Los Angeles voiced doubts Wednesday over whether they can meet the deadlines to put a municipal divorce proposal on the November 2002 ballot. "The odds are slim to none at the pace we're going now," said Zev Yaroslavsky, a member of the commission analyzing how to break apart the nation's second-largest city.
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