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October 24, 1995 | EDWARD J. BOYER, LOS ANGELES TIMES
It is not a question of if it will happen. The only question now is when will Los Angeles' shrinking African American population result in fewer black elected officials? "A lot of us have been handicapping this one for a long time," said veteran political consultant Chris Hammond. "The assumption is that somewhere down the road--I don't know if it will be the year 2000--we're going to lose a council seat."
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October 24, 1995 | EDWARD J. BOYER, LOS ANGELES TIMES
It is not a question of if it will happen. The only question now is when will Los Angeles' shrinking African American population result in fewer black elected officials? "A lot of us have been handicapping this one for a long time," said veteran political consultant Chris Hammond. "The assumption is that somewhere down the road--I don't know if it will be the year 2000--we're going to lose a council seat."
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February 9, 1988 | RICH CONNELL, Times Staff Writer
Veteran Los Angeles County Supervisor Kenneth Hahn, whose lingering disabilities from a stroke last year have prompted concerns about his capacity to serve, ended any doubts about his intentions Monday by reaffirming that he will seek a 10th four-year term. Flanked by a politically powerful array of black ministers, labor and business leaders and elected officials, the 67-year-old Hahn opened a packed press conference at a Hawthorne hotel by saying, "I am going to run. . . .
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