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"I want to continue to work with the city," Reyes said. "One of the things I'm proudest of is how the community has stepped
Turnout for the 2013 mayoral election was projected to be a historic low: Only 1 in 4 registered voters. That said, L.A.'s
The two candidates for Los Angeles mayor courted Latino voters on Saturday, promising to help those seeking citizenship and
Last year, I decided to run for Mayor of Los Angeles for two reasons. The first was to engage people in this city who've never been engaged politically before. The second was to propose bold new solutions to problems that have plagued this city for years.
Roe v. Wade guaranteed our right to choose. It didn't guarantee that this right could be taken for granted. With the attack on choice showing no signs of abating, I believe it will be enormously important for women in visible positions to fight threats to women's health.
Community Member Daniel Bald, asks Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa about his thoughts on the future of an NFL franchise in Los Angeles.
HuffPost Los Angeles Editor Kathleen Miles, asks Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa about his thoughts on recent strikes by Wal-Mart employees and Wal-Mart's plan for a Chinatown store.
Los Angeles is a special place, blessed with diversity and many unique neighborhoods, which make one of the greatest cities in the world. But the city will only realize its potential if leaders face up to the challenges and make the right choices.
According to Hayden, who spent eighteen years in the legislature, when "scores of legislative staff, willingly or not, hit
The L.A. County redistricting debate has triggered one of this decade's first examples of what has become a decennial neoconservative ritual -- labeling the federal Voting Rights Act an outdated and needless legal relic.