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Sheila Kuehl Enters 2014 Race for LA County Supervisor

3rd District LA Supervisor Candidate Sheila Kuehl
3rd District LA Supervisor Candidate Sheila Kuehl

Former State Senator Sheila Kuehl announced her decision to run for Zev Yaroslavsky’s seat on the LA County Board of Supervisors when Yaroslavsky’s seat is termed out in 2014. She is the first candidate to enter the race for the LA County Supervisor, 3rd District.

LA County is made up of 88 cities in a 4,084 square mile area. The LA County Board of Supervisors has five members who govern the County. An LA County Supervisor can serve for three four-year terms.  Both Zev Yaroslavsky and Gloria Molina (1st District) will be termed out in 2014.

The 3rd District includes the cities of Malibu, Santa Monica, West Hollywood, Calabasas, as well as Hancock Park, Larchmont Village, Windsor Square, St. Andrews Square and most of the western San Fernando Valley and other portions of the City of Los Angeles. Much of our neighborhood is within the 3rd District. The Greater Wilshire area South of Wilshire – including Windsor Village, Fremont Place, Brookside and Sycamore Square –  is within the 2nd District, and represented by LA County Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas.

LA County Board of Supervisors

The Primary for both Yaroslavsky and Molina’s seats is in June 2014.

Check out candidate Kuehl’s website – it’s full of information about the candidate and her plans for the future of our County.


Website – LA County Board of Supervisors



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