Help Me Cover This Year’s City Council Elections

With so much going on this year, I’ve been behind on getting together a good questionnaire for this year’s City Council elections.  The “even districts” are up this year, and I need your help.

I got a decent idea on how to cover the CD4 election.  Photo: ##http://www.losfelizledger.com/2010/12/2010-stories-in-review/##Los Feliz Ledger##
I got a decent idea on how to cover the CD4 election. Photo: ##http://www.losfelizledger.com/2010/12/2010-stories-in-review/##Los Feliz Ledger##

To give the best coverage, I’m hoping that someone will step forward from each of the districts to help me draft a questionnaire and break down the race in the weeks between now and the election in March.  While I’m not necessarily looking for undecided voters, I would prefer that anyone helping me break down the race isn’t formally affiliated with one of the campaigns.

So if you live in Council Districts 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 or 14, and you care about who your next City Councilman is drop me an email at damien@streetsblog.org.

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