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.

The Race for LA's 2nd District Council Seat

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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