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L.A. Candidate Forum on the Environment, Transportation and Economy




It’s not every day that L.A. voters are given the chance to hear a range of the city’s political candidates explain their positions on vital issues in a daylong, in-depth forum. But that’s exactly what’s being offered Monday April 1 for Angelenos who are eager to learn what their potential leaders believe in.

Join Climate Resolve, LAANE and scores of other environmental and community organizations for a candidate forum on April 1. Candidates for Los Angeles City Council, City Controller and City Attorney will outline their positions on key issues regarding the environment, transportation, and jobs.

This is an exclusive chance to understand each candidate’s position on the critical, far-reaching issues that will determine how Los Angeles will address the challenges ahead.

WHEN:  Monday, April 1, 9:00am – 4:00pm. You can attend some or all of the discussions.

WHERE: Yosemite Hall at the California Endowment, 1000 N. Alameda St.,
Los Angeles 90012

Event is free but you must RSVP today to ensure seating.


8:30 am: Opening Reception with coffee and pastries

9:00 am: Welcome

Tom Eisenhauer, President of the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters

9:15 am: City Attorney Discussion

10:05 am: City Council District 9 Discussion

10:55 am: Break

11:05 am: City Council District 13 Discussion

Noon: Lunch (provided)

12:15 pm: Luncheon Session with Elected Councilmembers

1:00 pm: City Controller Discussion

1:50 pm: City Council District 1 Discussion

2:40 pm: City Council District 6 Discussion with special election candidates

3:55 pm: Closing Remarks, Jonathan Parfrey, Executive Director of Climate Resolve


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