John Lee

LA City Councilmember-elect

LA City Councilmember-elect

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Republican John Lee appears to be the winner of the special LA City Council election in the northwest San Fernando Valley, one of the most conservative sections of the city.

LA’s newest councilmember is a lone Republican

Republican John Lee appears to be the winner of the special LA City Council election in the northwest San Fernando Valley, one of the most conservative sections of the city.

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