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Neighborhood Council Elections underway in NELA

In NELA neighborhood council elections are officially underway — the window to request vote-by-mail applications opened Feb. 12 and will close April 6, one...

David Kim: CA-34th candidate Q&A

David Kim, 36, is an immigration attorney and former president of the MacArthur Park Neighborhood Council. Kim is challenging incumbent Jimmy Gomez to represent...

ASOC student representatives share their goals for the semester

Associated Students of Occidental College (ASOC) Elections Chair Junko Anderson (senior) announced the results of the Fall 2020 election via campus-wide email Sept. 18, with 341...

LA County debuts digital voting system

Los Angeles County hosted a mock election to debut a new voting system, Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP), during a two-day event Sept....

Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council elects new representatives

The Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council (ERNC) elections took place April 13 at Eagle Rock Plaza. According to the official election results posted by the...

A Q&A with ASOC candidates

Voting for Associated Students of Occidental College (ASOC) elections opened Wednesday, April 17 and will run until midnight Friday, April 19. Students can access...

Democrats “fix the damn road” to the White House: takeaways from...

https://public.flourish.studio/resources/embed.js With all precincts reported, the 2018 midterm elections ended with Democrats gaining control of the House of Representatives, flipping 27 seats, while Republicans made gains...

Vacancies, off-campus jurors and uncompetitive elections hinder Honor Board

Vacant positions, jurors retaining their positions while studying off-campus, uncompetitive elections and a lack of student awareness have impacted Honor Board's ability to fulfill...