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Letter to the Editor

I would like to take this opportunity to encourage all students, staff and faculty to realize the importance of the 2022 midterm elections.

City Council candidates consider safety, communication in debate

Candidates for the La Verne City Council participated in a town hall debate on May 12 at the La Verne Community Center on D Street.

Los Angeles County Superior Court candidates talk solutions

Candidates for Los Angeles County Superior Court judge attended a judicial candidate forum sponsored by the NAACP and the Latino and Latina Roundtable of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valley on May 6 in Morgan Auditorium.

City council candidates focus on safety, transportation, representation

Campaigning has begun in the city of La Verne for the June 7 city council elections, the first since a new state redistricting law established five geographical districts for council representation. 

Pandemic-inspired vote-by-mail law is permanent change

Beginning with the early days of the pandemic in 2020, all California residents were sent mail-in ballots allowing all state residents a COVD-safe option to participate in elections. 

Legal studies professor hopes to go from classroom to courtroom

Assistant Professor of Legal Studies Thomas Allison may soon be trading in his position as professor for a seat on the bench. The University of La Verne professor is running for Los Angeles County Superior Court judge. 

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