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Commissioner Lara Announces New Appointments

Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara today announced the newest members of the California Department of Insurance’s Curriculum Board, the California Life and Health Insurance Guarantee Association’s (CLHIGA) Board of Directors, and the California...

 

Measure B Proponents Maintain They're not Against Rent Control

Leaders of Protect Culver City, the much-maligned, local political action committee that placed the rent control initiative on November 3 ballot, told the Observer this week that Measure B was never meant as a “statement for or against rent...

 

Voting Begins in LA County

By David Ganezer The L.A. County Registrar-Recorder's Office mailed ballots for the Nov. 3 elections to every registered voter - not just those who have opted into mail-in voting - on Monday, Oct. 5....

 

SOFI STADIUM AND HOLLYWOOD PARK TO HOST VOTE CENTER

For More Information or to Register to Vote, Visit lavote.net To commemorate National Voter Registration Day, SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park, Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams today announced that a Vote Center location will be established...

 
 News    May 7, 2020

Rent Control Measure Approved for November Ballot

On May 1, the Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder's office qualified the proposed ballot measure to allow voters to decide the issue of rent control. The measure will appear on the November ballot....

 

Mayoral Rotation at Next Council Meeting

The Culver City Council will select a new mayor Monday night without the acrimony of last year's annual rotation. Vice Mayor Goran Eriksson will most likely take over the mayoral reins as current...

 
 By Stephen Hadland    News    March 5, 2020

Wesson, Mitchell Face Runoff

In the hotly-contested Second District Supervisor race, Los Angeles City Councilman Herb Wesson will face State Senator Holly Mitchell in a runoff at the general election on November 3. Neither...

 

Measure CC, Culver City Sales Tax Increase to Remain in Place

.Locally Culver City Measure CC which extends the sales tax increase the voters approved in 2012 won the support of extending it for an additional 10 year until 2031. The measure passed with a...

 

Wesson, Mitchell Face Runoff

In the hotly contested second district Supervisorial race Los Angeles City Councilman Herb Wesson will face State Senator Holly Mitchell in a runoff at the general election on November 3. Had either...

 

Primary Elections Next Tuesday

The two hot issues in Culver City are the election to replace Mark Ridley-Thomas in the 2nd Supervisorial District and Culver City Measure CC. Ridley-Thomas has termed out and is running for Herb Wess...

 

Bloomberg inspires Culver City Realtor to surprise Jeff Bezos at Oscars

Jeff Bezos is in for an interstellar surprise when he attends the Oscars pre-show in Hollywood this Sunday, Feb. 9. As Bezos and his entourage arrive at the Dolby Theater, an airplane flying overhead will greet them with a banner that says, “Jeff...

 

Environmental Groups Endorse Mitchell for Supervisor

After considering the candidates running in the election for Los Angeles County Supervisor, 2nd District, the Sierra Club is proud to endorse State Senator Holly Mitchell. She also received the...

 

Thompson Announces Run to Unseat Bass

Larry Thompson, veteran entertainment attorney/personal manager/film producer has announced that he is running for California's 37th congressional district against Culver City Rep. Karen Bass (D)....

 

Carson Mayor Robles Announces Run for Supervisorial Seat

Mark Ridley-Thomas on the L.A. County Board of Supervisors. I n announcing his candidacy Robles said, “We need a representative who cares about Carson, Compton, Lynwood, Gardena, Hawthorne, Lawndale, Culver City and Inglewood and all the...

 

LA County Democrats to Support Wesson

LA City Council President Herb Wesson received the official endorsement of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party (LACDP) after a landslide vote where Mr. Wesson received more than 60% of the...

 

Supervisors Race Heats Up

With Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas termed out for the Second District seat he has held since 2008 a plethora of candidates have entered the race. Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson,...

 

Yasmine McMorrin Draws Big Crowd for City Council Campaign Launch

CULVER CITY, CA – Dr. Kelly Kent was impressed by the waves of people surging into her house for Yasmine-Imani McMorrin's campaign kick-off on Sunday, Nov. 10. The Culver City School Board...

 

Jones Announces Candidacy for Culver City Assembly District

Tracy Bernard Jones of Los Angeles, California announced his candidacy for California State Assembly in District 54, challenging incumbent Sydney Kamlager-Dove. The assembly district includes Culver...

 

Farragut Student Attends Democratic Presidential Debate

By Jeffrey Kraft III Age 10, Culver City Kid Scoop Media Correspondent, age 10, Farragut Elementary School Detroit...the city that changed me. Making our way from home (Culver City) to Detroit was an...

 

Local High Students Cover Warren's Presidential Campaign Stop

By Rebecca Rottenberg Age 17, Culver City High School Kids Scoop Reporter A fellow Culver City High School student Sarah Hager and I had the opportunity to attend a rally for Elizabeth Warren in Los...

 

Democrats to host L.A. Councilman Herb Wesson

The Culver City Democratic Club will host Los Angeles City Council President at its monthly meeting on Wednesday Sept. 11 at the Veteran's Memorial Building, 4117 Overland Ave., Culver City, at the...

 

Stacy Abrams Considers White House Run

By Aidan Cessor, age 16 Culver City Middle School Kids Scoop Media Hosted at the historic Wilshire Ebell Theater in Hancock Park, Stacey Abrams was the featured author/guest at an event by Writers...

 

Jerry Brown Endorses Mitchell For County Supervisor

Former California Governor, Edmund Gerald "Jerry" Brown Jr. endorses one of the most effective representatives in the state legislature in addressing the social and economic challenges Californians...

 

Governor Newsom Visits Culver City

State Senator Holly J. Mitchell has officially announced her campaign for the Second District seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. If elected, she will replace current Supervisor Mark...

 

CORRECTION

In the November 8 edition of the Culver City Observer was in error. We reported that in the state senate race won by Sydney K. Kamlager, Tepring Michelle Piquado was a Republica when in fact she is a Democrat. All prior stories this year indicated...

 

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