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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 1995 | HUGO MARTIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Coming off a second-place showing in Tuesday's primary, 5th District City Council candidate Barbara Yaroslavsky replaced her Sacramento-based consultant Friday with a local campaign strategist who vowed to bring new energy to the campaign.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 1995 | HUGO MARTIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Coming off a second-place showing in Tuesday's primary, 5th District City Council candidate Barbara Yaroslavsky replaced her Sacramento-based consultant Friday with a local campaign strategist who vowed to bring new energy to the campaign.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 18, 2001
Re "Hayden Takes Brunt of the Attack From Opponents at Debate," Elections / 5th City Council District, Feb. 11. The article about the Feb. 10 debate belittled the rivals ("as they popped up and down in their seats") and failed to adequately distinguish their responses to questions. To save time answering questions, we were instructed to stand up at our seats. My response to a crucial question about working conditions in sweatshops around the world was omitted. When the public continually looks for the lowest price for any product (which is our right)
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1995
Key to Election Tables An asterisk (*) denotes an incumbent candidate. Elected candidates and approved measures--or those leading with 99% of precincts reporting-are with double asterisk (**) and in bold type. Results are not official and could be affected by absentee ballots. Party affiliation is indicated in parentheses: (D) Democratic (R) Republican 0% indicates returns were unavailable at edition time or only absentee ballots have been counted.
OPINION
May 18, 2009
California's longstanding budget dysfunction has come home to roost. With only a fraction of revenues the state was expecting, it now must slash deeply. Those cuts will be a bit less deep if voters adopt five of the six measures on Tuesday's ballot. The Times recommends: Proposition 1A: Yes.
OPINION
May 19, 2009
One way or another, California will change with the outcome of today's election. The Times supports five of the six special ballot measures as prudent steppingstones to guide the state from its severe and potentially disastrous budget dysfunction. Los Angeles voters also will pick their city attorney and round out their City Council and Community College District board. The Times endorses selectively: Proposition 1A: Yes.
OPINION
May 17, 2009
Californians face a special election Tuesday amid deep recession, fiscal emergency, voter anger and the latest chapter of an ongoing quandary: Pay more when we can least afford it, or cut essential programs when we need them most? It would be easier to embrace or reject any of the six ballot measures if they answered that question by providing enough money or imposing sufficient cuts to balance the state's budget this year and next. They don't.
NEWS
June 7, 1995 | JOHN SCHWADA and HUGO MARTIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Political neophyte Mike Feuer was elected to the Los Angeles City Council and veteran lawmaker Nate Holden held on to his job as voters Tuesday made their choices in a pair of freewheeling and contentious local races. In a city election that attracted only 13.3% of eligible voters to the polls, a ballot measure aimed at streamlining the handling of police misconduct cases passed easily, but a bond measure to build two police stations was unable to muster the two-thirds approval needed to pass.
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