Mike Spence

West Covina City Councilman

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City Councilman from West Covina; Republican strategist and past president of the of the conservative California Republican Assembly and of the California Taxpayer Protection Committee

Mike Spence on KCRW

Proposition P  on next week’s Los Angeles County ballot would raise money for parks, recreation, gang prevention, protection of beaches and maintenance of zoos and museums.  It would…

Proposition P Debate

Proposition P on next week’s Los Angeles County ballot would raise money for parks, recreation, gang prevention, protection of beaches and maintenance of zoos and museums.  It would…

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