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That's A Final ~ CD4 Election: Ramsay and Ryu
Remaining to be added to the mix are are approximately 1,300 provisional ballots. Those results are expected early next week.
Publisher Allison B. Cohen was ticketed trying to get to her Hillhurst Avenue office, although a city letter about the closure stated cars would have access during the closure.
The Ryu campaign kept a close eye on the ballot inspection process.
O’Grady’s wife received a phone call threatening to make personal emails public.
“It’s just girl time,” said a student from the East LA Performing Arts Magnet at Esteban E. Torres High School.
Unable to sleep after CD4 election, concerned publisher puts pen to paper.
See what each candidate has raised so far.
 $1 increase in employee’s compensation would translate to $100,000 for one small business.
Candidate Sheila Irani had the City Clerk and LAUSD remove the banners that were located at LAUSD schools that will be polling locations tomorrow starting at 7 a.m.
City Council member Tom LaBonge and CD4 canidate Carolyn Ramsay decline to discuss Sister Cities details
According to the L.A City Clerk, 157,577 ballots were cast out of 1.8 million registered voters resulting in a voter turn out the lowest in recent memory of 8.6%.

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March Madness: It’s Ramsay and Ryu

That's A Final ~ CD4 Election: Ramsay and Ryu

Ramsay & Ryu Continue to Lead in CD4 Race

Remaining to be added to the mix are are approximately 1,300 provisional ballots. Those results are expected early next week.

Hillhurst Street Closure Disrupts Local Business

Publisher Allison B. Cohen was ticketed trying to get to her Hillhurst Avenue office, although a city letter about the closure stated cars would have access during the closure.

Mail In Ballot Counts Expected Thursday

The Ryu campaign kept a close eye on the ballot inspection process.

O’Grady Says Email was Hacked

O’Grady’s wife received a phone call threatening to make personal emails public.

Bereft for the Ball No More

“It’s just girl time,” said a student from the East LA Performing Arts Magnet at Esteban E. Torres High School.

CD4 Results: Publisher Unplugged

Unable to sleep after CD4 election, concerned publisher puts pen to paper.

Candidate Ryu Out Earns Opponents By a Mile In Days Leading Up to Election

Ryu received ,802 in donations from Feb. 15th through Feb. 27th. He was followed by Wally Knox, Steve Veres and Carolyn Ramsay.

Ex-interns defend city council candidate O’Grady accused of misusing nonprofit

The city's Ethics Commission has not announced any action against the O'Grady campaign. After The Times published its story, O'Grady emphasized that other former interns do not make the same claims as Ana Greenberger and Izzy Armenta.

LaBonge Dodges Records Request “Until After Election”

LaBonge staffer Kamilla Blanche said she would respond to a public records request but only after the May election.

LA Times: CD4 Candidate Tomas O’Grady’s nonprofit complicates campaign.

Tomas O'Grady faces a balancing act as he makes his bid for a spot on the Los Angeles City Council.

Cell Tower Report Requested by LaBonge Still Pending

Councilmember Tom LaBonge requested a report on cell reception in 2014.

CD4 Candidates Unplugged

We know their stance on key issues, it's time to get personal.

Community Rises to Count Area Homeless

The most recent count took place over three consecutive nights in January.

[STREET LEVEL] Got the Vote?

The election is March 3rd. Will you be voting?

[REAL ESTATE] Locally, Everybody’s Up But the Hollywood Hills

If you are a home seller in the Silver Lake and Los Feliz neighborhoods luck just might be on your side

Coach Helped Her Clear the Hurdle In More Ways Than One

Thousands of miles once separated Immaculate Heart Track Coach Florence Edi and scross-country captain Alexandria Howell.

Veres Dogged by Independent Expenditures

Of 14 candidates Steve Veres has received the most money from independent expenditure committees.

[CD4 ELECTION] Election Math: Do The Numbers

The difference between making it past the March 3rd primary election, into the May runoff could be the slimmest of margins.

Breaking it down- Graphs of campaign donations for the CD4 Race

See what each candidate has raised so far.

The Mayor’s Got A Tip For the Minimum Wage Increase

increase in employee’s compensation would translate to 0,000 for one small business.

Banners at LAUSD Schools Cause Pre-Election Stir

Candidate Sheila Irani had the City Clerk and LAUSD remove the banners that were located at LAUSD schools that will be polling locations tomorrow starting at 7 a.m.

LaBonge and Ramsay Decline to Discuss Sister Cities Details

City Council member Tom LaBonge and CD4 canidate Carolyn Ramsay decline to discuss Sister Cities details

Ramsay & Ryu Take CD4 in Close Race with Some Uncounted Votes Remaining

According to the L.A City Clerk, 157,577 ballots were cast out of 1.8 million registered voters resulting in a voter turn out the lowest in recent memory of 8.6%.

City officials float idea: Could parks department run the Greek Theatre?

After battle over Greek Theatre, parks officials suggest L.A. could operate the venue

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