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Election 2020: San Fernando Valley races take shape as candidates qualify and runoffs set

Election 2020: San Fernando Valley races take shape as candidates qualify and runoffs set
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With the Los Angeles County’s deadline to run for office passing on Aug. 7, qualified lists of candidates for local office have been set for the Nov. 3 election. Here is a list of some local races to keep an eye on as mail-in ballots begin to hit mailboxes in October. Here is a brief roundup of who’s running — as of Aug. 24 — in the San Fernando Valley and neighboring communities . L.A. City Council District 4 — Ranges from Sherman Oaks and Van Nuys to Toluca Lake, and then through the Cahuenga Pass and into Hollywood and Koreatown. Candidates: Nithya Raman David Ryu (Incumbent) Term: Four years L.A. Unified School District District 3 — Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Encino, Granada Hills, Lake Balboa, Reseda, North Hills, North Hollywood, Northridge, Mission Hills, Porter Ranch, Studio City, Tarzana, Valley Glen, Van Nuys, Woodland Hills, West Hills, Winnetka. Candidates: Marilyn Koziatek Scott Schmerelson (Incumbent) Term: Five years San Fernando City Council Three seats are open — two for four-year terms, and one for a two-year term At-large election Candidates for the four-year term seats are: Magaly Colelli Joel Fajardo (incumbent) Cindy Montañez Celeste Rodriguez Candidates for the two-year term: David […]

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