Monica Rodriguez

Candidate for LA City Council's 7th District

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Candidate for the 7th District on the Los Angeles City Council; Community Affairs Manager for then-Mayor Richard Riordan, and former aide to Councilmen Mike Hernandez and Richard Alarcón; Administrator for the California Association of Realtors

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Richard Alarcón was an LA City Councilman until he ran for the State Senate in 1999.  While serving in the Senate, he ran unsuccessfully for Mayor.  Last November, less than four…

LA City Council Race for the 7th District

Richard Alarcón was an LA City Councilman until he ran for the State Senate in 1999.  While serving in the Senate, he ran unsuccessfully for Mayor.  Last November, less than four…

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