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LA Press Club Hosts Free Debate for LA County District 3 Supervisor Candidates

LA County Supervisor (partial view). Click on map for view with more detail.
LA County Supervisor (partial view). Click on map for view with more detail.

The race to represent Los Angeles County’s 3rd District is wide open for the first time in 20 years with Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky exit due to term limits. Former state lawmaker Shiela Kuehl and former mayors Bobby Shriver, John Duran and Pamela Ulich are competing to become the elected representative of the 2 million people who live in the San Fernando Valley, the Westside, Malibu, Santa Monica and east to include Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Miracle Mile, Beverly Grove, Hollywood, Hancock Park, Larchmont and Windsor Square.

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The Los Angeles Press Club has teamed up with NBC Los Angeles to bring this important debate to those who can’t be at the event, via live web stream.

The event is free to all, but an RSVP is a must. Plenty of free parking behind the building. Refreshments will be served.

LA County District 3 Supervisor Debate
The LA Press Club – 4773 Hollywood Boulevard
March 27 – 7pm (Doors open at 6pm. The debate starts at 7 pm sharp, so be sure to be seated by then.)
Free parking
Note: Attendees Must RSVP!
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