Mayor Hahn Leaves Office

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Jim Hahn won six straight elections for City Controller, City Attorney and Mayor of LA, but re-election was not to be. After 24 years in public office, tomorrow marks his last day in office. At yesterday-s City Council tribute to outgoing Mayor Jim Hahn, Mayor-elect Antonio Villaraigosa said, "I have big shoes to fill." As the baton is passed at City Hall, we talk to Jim Hahn about what was, what might have been, and what might be next.
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Field Poll on diminishing voter support to re-elect Schwarzenegger

Angelides gubernatorial campaign

California State Controller Steve Westley

Wildermuth's article on voters' disinterest in re-electing Governor Schwarzenegger

Public Safety, Emergency Response and Crime Prevention LA County (Measure 1A, 2004)

LA City Councilwoman Janice Hahn

International Medical Corps



Warren Olney


Frances Anderton