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Campaign News | Jul 01, 2020

CONGRESSMAN ALAN LOWENTHAL DROPS SUPPORT OF LACEY, JOINS TEAM GASC脫N

LOS ANGELES 鈥 Today, Congressman Alan Lowenthal joined U.S. Senators Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, the Los Angeles Democratic Party, the LA Times, LA Daily News and scores more in聽throwing his support behind George Gasc贸n for Los Angeles District Attorney.聽 Recently, Congressman Adam Schiff and Assemblywoman Laura Friedman pulled their support for the incumbent, […]
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Campaign News - In the News | Jun 30, 2020

Gasc贸n finds his moment in L.A. district attorney race

“These reform issues 鈥 and their profound effect on racial disparities 鈥 are now in the forefront of talk from living rooms to the streets. For a district attorney鈥檚 race, a reform agenda has gone from tough sell to impossible to avoid […]”
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Campaign News | Jun 24, 2020

GASC脫N CALLS FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL TO TAKE OVER INVESTIGATION IN FATAL OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTING OF DANIEL HERNANDEZ

LOS ANGELES聽鈥 Today, George Gasc贸n called on Attorney General Xavier Becerra to take over the investigation in the fatal officer involved shooting of Daniel Hernandez that occurred on April 23, 2020. The involved officer, Toni McBride, is the daughter of the Los Angeles Police Department’s union director, Jamie McBride, which creates a conflict of interest […]
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Campaign News - In the News | Jun 24, 2020

GASC脫N CALLS ON BOARD OF EDUCATION TO PULL COPS OUT OF SCHOOLS

LOS ANGELES聽鈥 Today, George Gasc贸n called on聽the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education to disband the Los Angeles School Police Department.聽 The Board of Education is weighing three proposals at its meeting today, one of which calls for a 90 percent reduction in the LAUSD police budget by 2023-2024. “Our schools can be […]
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Campaign News | Jun 22, 2020

D.A. Candidate George Gasc贸n Issues a Strong Rebuke to L.A.鈥檚 Police Union

George Gasc贸n, the former San Francisco prosecutor now challenging Jackie Lacey to become Los Angeles D.A., released some strong words on Friday in response to a newspaper advertisement placed by the L.A. Police Protective League, the largest union representing local cops […]
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