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In March, we vote.

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This March, we will vote again. All even-numbered Los Angeles council districts will be up for grabs. Well... sorta. A few will be running unopposed:

CD2: Wendy Greuel
CD4: Tom LaBonge
CD12: Greig Smith

Competition will be found in:

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CD6: Tony Cardenas
CD8: Bernard Parks
CD10: Herb Wesson
CD14: José Huizar (a story about this race)

And since Alex Padilla will resign his seat in CD7 to go to the State Senate, there will be one odd race.

Don't know what the hell Council District you live in? Our favorite City of LA website tool will let you know (plus a lot more info about where you live) by typing in your address (scroll down and look for "My Neighborhood" on the bottom right).

Photo of Council District 12's Greig Smith, who will run unopposed in the March 2007 election.