Jon Lauritzen

Incumbent member of the LAUSD Board of Education

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Retired teacher and incumbent member of the LAUSD School Board, representing the 3rd District in the San Fernando Valley

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After March primaries that drew less than 10 percent of the vote,  two LA School Board run-off elections  are scheduled for May 15.

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After March primaries that drew less than 10 percent of the vote, two LA School Board run-off elections are scheduled for May 15.

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