Sandra Hernandez

Los Angeles Times

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Editorial writer at the Los Angeles Times

Sandra Hernandez on KCRW

Saturday’s Los Angeles Times carried an editorial titled, “Don’t Run Again, Sheriff Baca.”

LA Times Begs Sheriff Baca Not to Run for Fifth Term

Saturday’s Los Angeles Times carried an editorial titled, “Don’t Run Again, Sheriff Baca.”

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