Marcy Winograd

English Teacher at Crenshaw High School

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English teacher at Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles and Democratic candidate for the 36th Congressional District seat; co-founder of the Los Angeles Chapter of Progressive Democrats of America

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The  36th Congressional District  runs from Venice to San Pedro. Veteran Democrat  Jane Harman  has resigned, and  16 candidates  are on the ballot for the primary next Tuesday.

Candidates Vie for Harman's 36th District Congressional Seat

The 36th Congressional District runs from Venice to San Pedro. Veteran Democrat Jane Harman has resigned, and 16 candidates are on the ballot for the primary next Tuesday.

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Four years ago, high school teacher  Marcy Winograd  moved from Pacific Palisades to Marina del Rey to challenge eight-term Congresswoman  Jane Harman  in the Democratic Primary.

Primary Politics Five Days before a Statewide Election

Four years ago, high school teacher Marcy Winograd moved from Pacific Palisades to Marina del Rey to challenge eight-term Congresswoman Jane Harman in the Democratic Primary.

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