Wendy Greuel

former Los Angeles City Controller

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Former Los Angeles City Controller and candidate to replace Henry Waxman as the representative from the 33rd Congressional District; former candidate for Mayor of Los Angeles; former member of the Los Angeles City Council, representing the 2nd Council District in the northeast San Fernando Valley; board member of the California State Film Commission, she previously worked in the Corporate Affairs Department of DreamWorks SKG

Wendy Greuel on KCRW

After 40 years in Washington, Los Angeles Democrat  Henry Waxman has resigned  from Congress, and the line to replace him is growing.

The Race to Replace Waxman

After 40 years in Washington, Los Angeles Democrat Henry Waxman has resigned from Congress, and the line to replace him is growing.

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Wendy Greuel  has worked for the late Mayor Tom Bradley, the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Dreamworks Studio.

Wendy Greuel on Running for Mayor

Wendy Greuel has worked for the late Mayor Tom Bradley, the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Dreamworks Studio.

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SoCal Connected on KCET has added a  third report  to its ongoing series on  HACLA .

Was City Controller Wendy Greuel Slow to Check Out a Scandal?

SoCal Connected on KCET has added a third report to its ongoing series on HACLA .

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