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April 11, 1993 | GREG KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a wide-open race featuring a field of candidates as diverse as the district they hope to represent, eight people are running for City Council in District 13 north of downtown Los Angeles. With so many contenders, political observers expect that no candidate will receive the majority vote needed for an outright victory. By most accounts, the front-runners are two candidates with years in local politics.
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April 22, 1993 | GREG KRIKORIAN and ROBERT LOPEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
After all the clamor about change, all the talk about bringing new faces and voices to Los Angeles government, voters in the wide-open race for the 13th Council District seat surveyed a diverse field of candidates and opted Tuesday for the two contenders who had the most time in government and ran the costliest campaigns. Now, as they head for a June 8 runoff election, former school board member Jackie Goldberg and longtime City Council aide Tom LaBonge present 13th District voters with stark options.
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April 22, 1993 | GREG KRIKORIAN and ROBERT LOPEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
After all the clamor about change, all the talk about bringing new faces and voices to Los Angeles government, voters in the wide-open race for the 13th Council District seat surveyed a diverse field of candidates and opted Tuesday for the two contenders who had the most time in government and ran the costliest campaigns. Now, as they head for a June 8 runoff election, former school board member Jackie Goldberg and longtime City Council aide Tom LaBonge present 13th District voters with stark options.
NEWS
April 11, 1993 | GREG KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a wide-open race featuring a field of candidates as diverse as the district they hope to represent, eight people are running for City Council in District 13 north of downtown Los Angeles. With so many contenders, political observers expect that no candidate will receive the majority vote needed for an outright victory. By most accounts, the front-runners are two candidates with years in local politics.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1992
AIDS activist Michael Weinstein has declared his candidacy for the Los Angeles City Council in the 13th District, where the incumbent, Michael Woo, is giving up the seat to run for mayor. Weinstein, 40, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, pledged to "take back our city from developers, corrupt and inept politicians and bureaucrats, and the cynics and doomsayers."
NEWS
January 28, 1993 | GREG KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In what could prove this year's most freewheeling race for a seat on the Los Angeles City Council, 15 candidates--from former officeholders to political neophytes--have declared their intention to run for the 13th District seat that Michael Woo is vacating to run for mayor. So far, the candidates constitute the largest field in any of the eight council district races to be held April 20. A final list will be decided Feb. 13--the deadline for candidates to submit petition signatures to the city.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 1991 | BILL STALL, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
A potent field of Los Angeles political and community activists emerged Monday as filing closed for the June 4 special election to fill the 46th Assembly District seat left vacant by the resignation of Assembly Speaker Pro Tem Mike Roos.
NEWS
May 16, 1991
Community organizations in Northeast and North-Central Los Angeles will conduct two political forums next week for candidates running for vacancies on the Los Angeles City Council and in the 46th California Assembly District. The seats will be filled in a special election June 4. If no candidate receives a majority of votes, runoff elections will be held.
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May 31, 1990 | LORI GRANGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a low-key race, one Democrat is challenging Assemblyman Mike Roos (D-Los Angeles) in the Tuesday primary while two Republican contenders battle for the chance to unseat the veteran legislator. It appears highly unlikely that any challenger will defeat Roos, 44, speaker pro tem of the California Assembly, who is running for his eighth term representing the 46th District.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 1993
The Los Angeles city clerk's office has announced that the following candidates will be on the April 20 election ballot. Of the original 119 who filed to run for 17 offices, 95 qualified. Candidates' descriptions are their own. MAYOR Michael A. Leptuch; none stated Nick Patsaouras; businessman, transportation commissioner Philip R.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1987
Names appear in alphabetical order. CITY COUNCIL District 2--Dan Connolly, businessman; Jack E. Davis, retired railroad brakeman; Jerry Allan Hays, home renovator; Thomas J. Iaccino, senior technical estimator; Tom Paterson, homeowner association president; Joel Wachs, member of the City Council; Georgetta Wilmeth, homemaker. District 4--John Ferraro, member of the City Council; Sal Genovese, community adviser; Michael Weinstein, AIDS prevention/teacher. District 6--M.
NEWS
June 9, 1988 | MARTHA WILLMAN and STEPHANIE O'NEILL, Times Staff Writers
Incumbents won handily in Tuesday's election, including a Glendale Municipal Court judge who was involved in the area's most hotly contested race. Municipal Judge Barbara Lee Burke was reelected with 52.74% of the vote, according to semi-official results released Wednesday by the Los Angeles County registrar of voters. Challenger Scott H. Howard, a senior assistant city attorney in Glendale who campaigned heavily, finished with 35.24% of the vote. Burbank lawyer Patrick T.
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