With millions of votes counted in Los Angeles County, some local candidates have appeared to take the lead in their races, while a controversial rent regulation measure faces steep opposition so far.
The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s Office last updated figures at a little before 3 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 13. The office said Tuesday night that there was an estimated 142,715 ballots left to count, not including votes postmarked by Election Day and received through Nov. 20. About 69,500 of the ballots left to count were mail-in ballots, including those deposited in a drop box.
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They might not have always voted in consensus, but Dr. Richard Sun, Richard Ward and Dr. Allan Yung have reached their latest one even after they formally stepped down as city councilmen.
According to them, San Marino, their home for decades, is in great hands moving forward. Continue reading “Outgoing Officials: San Marino is in Good Hands”
For good, better or worse, San Marino residents and workers were treated to a year full of events, happenings and developments.
In observance of the end of 2017, The Outlook has highlighted 17 of the biggest of stories in San Marino. Continue reading “Election Tops 2017 Stories”
Following a series of profiles on the seven candidates for San Marino City Council in the Nov. 7 election, The Outlook asked the candidates to submit their own statements reaching out to prospective voters.
Candidates were asked to keep statements within 400 words, but were otherwise given freedom on message, format and style. In the interest of fairness, as with the profiles, the statements are run in alphabetical order. Continue reading “City Council Hopefuls Seek Your Vote Nov. 7”