John Shallman

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President of Shallman Communications, a political consulting firm; senior strategist for Wendy Greuel's mayoral campaign and chief strategist for Carmen Trutanich's campaign for the office of LA County District Attorney

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Despite predictions of a race so tight the results might be delayed, the election was over by early on Wednesday morning.

The Campaign for Mayor of Los Angeles, from the Inside

Despite predictions of a race so tight the results might be delayed, the election was over by early on Wednesday morning.

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In next month's election,  Carmen Trutanich  is considered the front-runner among six candidates for LA County District Attorney — even though he promised to serve two terms as City…

Trutanich, the Candidate Who Promised Not to Run

In next month's election, Carmen Trutanich is considered the front-runner among six candidates for LA County District Attorney — even though he promised to serve two terms as City…

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