Today is primary election day, and while some people voted as early as the second week in May, we know there are at least a few of you who won’t do so until later today, and who may even still be deciding whom to vote for in at least a few races. So today, we dedicate our coverage to you – the “day of” voter (which includes both of your Buzz publishers this time around!).
To help with any last-minute decision-making, we offer you this list of our election-related stories so far this year. Most have to do with one or the other of our local city council races, but we squeezed in a few more, too. We hope we’ve been able to help you make some decisions this year…and we hope everyone who hasn’t yet voted will do so today. All politics are local, and if you want good representation to address the issues you care about, your vote is important.
Finally, please note that the Buzz has not endorsed any candidates in any of the races…and that while we covered as many candidates, in as many races, as we could, we did miss a few…and we will try to rectify that in our continuing coverage before the fall election. If a candidate you support does not appear in one of the stories below, we apologize, and the omission has nothing to do with our support or non-support of any candidate.
City Council District 5
HODG “Looking Local” Candidate Series: Katy Young Yaroslavsky
Hancock Park Homeowners Association Holds CD 5 Candidate Forum
Neighborhood Councils Team Up for CD 5 and CD 13 Candidate Forums – Part 1: CD 5
City Council District 13
Hang Out Do Good “Looking Local” Candidate Series: Mitch O’Farrell
Hang Out Do Good “Looking Local” Candidate Series: Kate Pynoos
Neighborhood Councils Team Up for CD 5 and CD 13 Candidate Forums – Part 2: CD 13
LA County Supervisorial District 3
Los Angeles Mayor
Other Races and Candidates
Ballot Drop-Off Boxes and Some Early Voting Centers are Now Open; More Coming on June 4
About Elizabeth Fuller
Elizabeth Fuller was born and raised in Minneapolis, MN but has lived in LA since 1991 - with deep roots in both the Sycamore Square and West Adams Heights-Sugar Hill neighborhoods. She spent 10 years with the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council, volunteers at Wilshire Crest Elementary School, and is the co-owner/publisher of the Buzz.
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