Christine Essel

Candidate, Los Angeles City Council

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County Vice-Chair of the California Workforce Investment Board, a state commission, and candidate for the Los Angeles City Council's seat in District 2; resident of Studio City; businesswoman who spent three decades at Paramount Pictures, rising to Senior Vice President

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Los Angeles'  Second City Council District  is huge, running from Studio City north to Sunland-Tujunga and from North Hollywood west to Van Nuys.

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Los Angeles' Second City Council District is huge, running from Studio City north to Sunland-Tujunga and from North Hollywood west to Van Nuys.

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