Los Angeles 2014 Election Blog

Los Angeles 2014 Election Blog

  • Hall Aims to Prove He Can Serve Port, People

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor and Lyn Jensen, Reporter

     Although Isadore Hall III has only recently begun representing Senate District 35, which encompasses a group of diverse South Bay communities ranging from Carson to San Pedro, he is already campaigning to succeed Janice Hahn in Congressional District 44 in November 2016.  How Hall handles port issues … Read more…

  • Hahn Announces Re-Election Bid

    SAN PEDRO — On Feb. 20, Rep. Janice Hahn announced her re-election campaign to continue representing California’s 44th Congressional District.
    In doing so, Hahn secured numerous endorsements from several labor groups, Democratic grassroots activists, as well as elected officials.
    “Whether I have an opponent or not, I plan on running like I’m behind—because I strongly believe that voters … Read more…

  • Lieu cleans up on endorsements for Waxman’s Seat

    By RLn Staff – February 7, 2014
    When Henry Waxman announced his imminent retirement from congress after 40 years of service, an army of challengers rushed to file papers. But I appears Ted Lieu was in front of the line after assembling a long of endorsements in a matter of days with the latest coming from … Read more…

  • Former LAPD Chief Endorses McDonnell

    By RLn Staff – February 13, 2014
    Former Los Angeles Police Department Chief William Bratton announced his support for Jim McDonnell in his campaign to be elected Sheriff for Los Angeles County.
    McDonnell, who has served as chief of the Long Beach Police Department since 2010 and served as the second in command in the Los Angeles … Read more…

  • Tanaka’s Gamble

    With Baca Out of the Race, the Former Undersheriff is No Longer Shielded from Men’s Central Jail Violence Report.

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor – February 20, 2014
    When Paul Tanaka, the former undersheriff of the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department sat down for an interview with Random Lengths News, the question I wanted to ask … Read more…

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