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The Importance of the Jewish Vote in the Los Angeles Mayoral Election

Jan 30, 2013 No Comments ›› bleich

Jewish vote could be key to Los Angeles mayor’s race Take Two | January 29th, 2013, 8:57am General Election – Grant Grant Slater/KPCC A vote-counting machine and voting stickers. Five candidates for mayor in the March 5th Los Angeles primary election will debate Tuesday night at Sinai Temple on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. There’s …

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Jewish Community Mayoral Candidates Debate- January 3, 2013

Dec 21, 2012 16 Comments ›› adeenab

    CivicCareLAMayorFlyer12-21-12 Make an IMPACT by participating in this important community event! Please RSVP to Info@CivicCare.org to reserve your seats today!

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L.A. mayoral election a wide-open contest

Dec 20, 2012 No Comments ›› bleich

By Catherine Saillant, Los Angeles Times December 19, 2012, 7:08 p.m. With no incumbent and no defining issue, the coalition-building strategies that worked in the past may be trickier this time. For decades becoming mayor of one of the nation’s most ethnically diverse big cities revolved around a simple election strategy: dominate a couple of …

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LA Daily News Opinion Article-12-17-12

Dec 18, 2012 No Comments ›› bleich

A Los Angeles mayoral debate report card: Opinion LA Daily News Posted: 12/17/2012 03:42:41 PM PST Updated: 12/17/2012 04:04:37 PM PST The prize: Los Angeles City Hall. (Getty Images) Wendy plays rough. Eric is an excellent reader. Kevin is the class clown. Jan has interesting things to say and should express herself more. A report …

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The Torah of Potholes

Oct 26, 2012 No Comments ›› adeenab

May 13, 2009 By:David Suissa http://www.jewishjournal.com/ opinion/article/the_torahof_potholes_20090513/ Scott Krieger wasn’t always an Orthodox Jew. Before getting “turned on” to Torah observance in the early 1980s — after attending a summer program run by Dennis Prager at Brandeis-Bardin Institute — he was your basic casual Jew who would attend synagogue two or three times a year. …

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