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Race for Mayor: Wendy Greuel

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In the weeks leading up to the March 5th primary, Which Way, LA? is talking to each of the five leading candidates for Mayor. Find more here: kcrw.com/raceformayor. 
Wendy Gruel has worked for the late Mayor Tom Bradley, the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Dreamworks Studio.  She was a city councilwoman for seven years before being elected City Controller.  KCRW’s Saul Gonzalez …

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Race for Mayor: Kevin James

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In the weeks leading up to the March 5th primary, Which Way, LA? is talking to each of the five leading candidates for Mayor. Find more here: kcrw.com/raceformayor. 
The office for mayor is itself is nonpartisan, but Kevin James still stands out as the only Republican in the Big Five. He’s a former federal prosecutor, talk show host, and leader of AIDs Project LA. KCRW’s Saul …

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Race for Mayor: Eric Garcetti

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In the weeks leading up to the March 5th primary, Which Way, LA? is talking to each of the five leading candidates for Mayor. Find more here: kcrw.com/raceformayor. 
LA Mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti talked to KCRW about his favorite spot in Elysian park, where you feel the “best of the city.” His favorite song? El Lay by Los Illegals. It’s a “great song from a great era that …

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Race for Mayor: Jan Perry

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In the weeks leading up to the March 5th primary, Which Way, LA? is talking to each of the five leading candidates for Mayor. Find more here: kcrw.com/raceformayor. 
KCRW’s Saul Gonzalez caught up with Jan Perry in her field office after a day of campaigning. Perry said her favorite place to go in Los Angeles is the Wetlands at Slauson and Compton. Her hobbies include ballroom dancing …

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Race for Mayor: Emanuel Pleitez

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In the weeks leading up to the March 5th primary, Which Way, LA? is talking to each of the five leading candidates for Mayor. Find more here: kcrw.com/raceformayor. 
Emanuel Pleitz’s favorite place in Los Angeles is El Sereno park. “That’s where I grew up,” he told KCRW’s Saul Gonzalez, “and when i get to the top I can see the whole city, and it’s not on …

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