Former Los Angeles Republican mayoral candidate Kevin James is fighting back against an attack ad released by Wendy Greuel in an unconventional way.
Republican attorney and former mayoral candidate Kevin James announced Tuesday that he has decided to back Councilman Eric Garcetti’s campaign for mayor.
LA’s mayoral hopefuls are out in force this election day, encouraging voters to cast their ballots.
Polls opened at 7 a.m. Tuesday for voters to choose Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s successor.
A plea for last-minute campaign donations from Los Angeles mayoral candidate Kevin James has prompted a rebuke from one Los Angeles County official.
The five major Los Angeles mayoral candidates were out campaigning across Los Angeles Monday in a final push for votes before the primary election.
The five leading candidates to replace Antonio Villaraigosa as LA mayor have spent a ton of money on TV advertising and despite this — or maybe because of this — a new poll suggests there is widespread apathy going into Tuesday’s runoff election.
Tempers flared Friday night among the five major Los Angeles mayoral candidates during the final debate before next week’s primary election.
Watch KCAL9 News’ mayoral roundtable event with the five leading candidates on Friday night at 8 p.m.
One mayoral hopeful says this election is more than just about votes – it’s about sending a message to the nation.
These days mayoral candidate Kevin James is talking and thinking politics even at a local park.
Los Angeles voters are picking a new mayor, but the race is far different from the landmark election of Antonio Villaraigosa eight years ago.
Four Los Angeles mayoral candidates Monday questioned whether City Controller Wendy Greuel would be able to reform the LA Department of Water and Power in the wake of an endorsement in support of Greuel made by the union representing its workers.
Los Angeles City Controller Wendy Greuel Tuesday denied allegations made by a local newspaper that she has been campaigning for the 2013 mayoral race on the taxpayer’s dollar for the past three years.
All but one of the four major candidates for Los Angeles’ new mayor said the sale of AEG will not affect plans to bring an NFL stadium to the city.