It’s Wednesday, Mar. 4 And Here Are The Stories We’re Following Today
What a day, what a night. L.A. voters waited in lines yesterday that were, in some cases, many, many hours long to weigh in on the next District Attorney, a handful of open seats in the judiciary and several positions on the school board… oh, and who should be in the running to be the next U.S. president.
We’ll be bringing you all the latest results as they come in today and help make sense of what they mean. Keep in mind that California has 30 days to count ballots and it may take that long to know the outcome of tight races.
- Carla Javier answers your questions about our report on the Orange County School of the Arts and she'll also be reporting on a key board meeting today.
- Aaron Mendelson reports on voter turnout in SoCal.
- Mariana Dale reports on a preschool in the San Fernando Valley that’s working with teachers to help students cope with trauma.
In Case You Missed It:
- Here’s how things looked at voting centers throughout the county and the day on Super Tuesday.
- L.A. has a homeless population of over 50,000 people. What’s being done to protect them from coronavirus?
- Orange County declared an emergency over coronavirus. Here’s why L.A. County hasn’t done the same.
- Meanwhile, prices for Purell are going through the roof, prompting outrage from folks including Gov. Gavin Newsom.
- Lines to vote at the trendy Ace Hotel were painfully long. The Sanders campaign actually tried to get an emergency order to keep the polls open longer in L.A. County.
- Considering the possible outcomes of the LAUSD District 3, District 5 and District 7 races.
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