Darry Sragow

political strategist

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Los Angeles-based lawyer and Democratic political consultant; former Campaign Director for the Assembly Democratic Caucus (1996)

Darry Sragow on KCRW

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Homelessness is uniting Californians who are fed up with their political leaders

Polls show Californians want officials to take faster action to get people off the streets and provide them with the help they need.

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