Jan Perry

Former Los Angeles City Council

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Former Los Angeles City Councilwoman, representing the 9th District, which runs from Watts to downtown; 2013 candidate for mayor of Los Angeles

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In the race for LA District Attorney, George Gascón has a lead over incumbent Jackie Lacey.

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Registered voters in California may have already received their ballots in the mail. If not, they should arrive in the next few days.

How mail-in ballots might affect voter turnout, and other predictions for this election

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