Gina Viola

community organizer and business owner

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Community organizer Gina Viola says if she becomes the next mayor of Los Angeles, she would abolish the LAPD and invest in communities to reduce crime.

Raise minimum wage to $39 for all Angelenos to thrive: Gina Viola

Community organizer Gina Viola says if she becomes the next mayor of Los Angeles, she would abolish the LAPD and invest in communities to reduce crime.

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