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March 26, 2001 | TINA DAUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One candidate was thrown out of Berkeley in the 1960s for being too politically active. Two others marched with Cesar Chavez. One championed women's issues in Africa while another fought for gay rights in Los Angeles.
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March 26, 2001 | TINA DAUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One candidate was thrown out of Berkeley in the 1960s for being too politically active. Two others marched with Cesar Chavez. One championed women's issues in Africa while another fought for gay rights in Los Angeles.
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May 6, 2000 | PATRICK McGREEVY
Assemblyman Scott Wildman (D-Los Angeles) announced Friday that he has decided to run for the 13th District seat on the Los Angeles City Council when incumbent Jackie Goldberg leaves office next year. Wildman filed papers Thursday with the city Ethics Commission to begin raising money for the race, which features four other declared candidates.
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September 5, 1996 | MAKI BECKER
For 15 years, a dozen bungalows and a commercial structure at Temple and Robinson streets have been an eyesore in the Temple-Beverly neighborhood. So it was with a sigh of relief Wednesday that neighbors and business owners greeted the beginning of a city-funded project to demolish the buildings. "We've been battling this for some time now," Councilwoman Jackie Goldberg said as she watched the first bungalow being torn down in 20 minutes by a city-paid crew.
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August 1, 2000 | ANNETTE KONDO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With six months of fund-raising under their belts, candidates for Los Angeles city attorney, controller and eight council seats are building up their war chests. By Monday, all candidates were required to file campaign disclosure statements for the six-month period ending June 30. In the city attorney race, candidate Mike Feuer, now a city councilman, reported $137,848 in contributions during the first six months of the year. Candidate Rockard J.
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April 15, 1999
Los Angeles City Council District 2 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Joel Wachs*: 10,745 (67%) John Spishak: 2,371 (15%) Kathy P.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 1, 2000 | ANNETTE KONDO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With six months of fund-raising under their belts, candidates for Los Angeles city attorney, controller and eight council seats are building up their war chests. By Monday all candidates were required to file campaign disclosure statements for the six-month period that ended June 30. The elections will be in April. In the city attorney race, Mike Feuer, now the councilman for the 5th District, reported $137,848 in contributions from the first six months of the year.
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September 21, 2000 | TED ROHRLICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mike Woo has been cleared to attempt a comeback. The two-term city councilman from Hollywood, who resigned in 1993 to run unsuccessfully for mayor, had been barred by the city clerk from running again. The clerk, acting on the advice of the city attorney, cited a provision of the new City Charter that limits elected city officials to two terms in office.
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August 7, 1991 | RICHARD A. SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Police Chief Daryl F. Gates announced Tuesday that he will not allow gay or lesbian officers to appear in uniform to recruit police officers at a community festival this weekend, and he dismissed such recruitment drives as "a total waste of our time." Gates made his comments at the close of the weekly meeting of the Los Angeles Police Commission, where the five-member panel selected Stanley K.
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August 7, 1995 | BETTINA BOXALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ask openly gay Officer John Smith if things have changed in the Los Angeles Police Department, and he replies that he can now walk down the hallway "and not have people poke fun at me." That small measure of decency would hardly seem to be a hallmark of progress, but in a department long known for its hostility to gay men and lesbians, it does stand for something. "We have come a long ways," said Smith, a 12-year veteran of the force who publicly revealed his homosexuality in 1991.
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January 17, 2001 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Real estate broker Steve Soboroff became the only major candidate to signal his intention to pour his own funds into the campaign for mayor of Los Angeles, officially rejecting public matching funds as the election field solidified Tuesday, with six major candidates and 18 lesser-known ones in the race.
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