Antonio Villaraigosa

former Los Angeles mayor running for governor

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Former mayor of Los Angeles and President of the US Conference of Mayors.

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Democrat Antonio Villaraigosa was the mayor of Los Angeles from 2005 to 2013. Since then, he’s been advising big corporations and teaching at USC.

Antonio Villaraigosa: political experience is key to leading California

Democrat Antonio Villaraigosa was the mayor of Los Angeles from 2005 to 2013. Since then, he’s been advising big corporations and teaching at USC.

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Last night, Antonio Villaraigosa made his last  State-of-the-City  address as Mayor of Los Angeles.

Villaraigosa's Final State of the City

Last night, Antonio Villaraigosa made his last State-of-the-City address as Mayor of Los Angeles.

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For Antonio Villaraigosa, the days as Mayor of Los Angeles are dwindling down to a precious few. He'll be out of office on the first of July.

As Los Angeles Votes for a New Mayor, We Talk to the Old One

For Antonio Villaraigosa, the days as Mayor of Los Angeles are dwindling down to a precious few. He'll be out of office on the first of July.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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