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A. J. Barnes

A. J. Barnes was the first person to represent the 12th district of the Los Angeles City Council under the new charter in 1925. He served until 1927. Barnes, a contractor and real-estate man who had lived in Los Angeles since 1904, was elected to ...

                                               

Bernard Healy

Bernard Healy was a Los Angeles, California, City Council member who was known for his attempt in 1905 to legislate against landlords who refused to rent to families with children, for his support of paid holidays for city workers in the parks an ...

                                               

Joseph F. Fitzpatrick

Joseph F. Fitzpatrick was the first Los Angeles City Council member representing the 13th District after a new city charter went into effect in 1925. He did not finish his term, however, after he was convicted in that year of receiving a bribe fr ...

                                               

Earl C. Gay

Gay was born December 8, 1902, in Long Beach, California, the son of Ellsworth Gay and Elba W. Bain Gay. His siblings were Bernice Windisch, Louise Ferguson, Maude Wilmans or Williams and Robert W. Gay. He attended Florence Avenue Grammar School, ...

                                               

William M. Hughes

Not to be confused with Isaac F. Hughes, council member 1925 to 1927. William M. Hughes was a member of the Los Angeles, California, City Council between 1927 and 1929. He moved to that city in 1905 and became a "large property owner," living at ...

                                               

John Lee (California politician)

Lee is the son of South Korean immigrants, he was born in either 1969 or 1970. He graduated from Granada Hills High School and attended California State University, Northridge. He lives in Porter Ranch, California.

                                               

James G. McAllister

James G. McAllister was a 20th-century rancher and miner who was on the Utah Board of Equalization and later was a member of the Los Angeles, California, City Council from 1928 to 1933.

                                               

Leland S. Warburton

Warburton was born on March 17, 1901, the son of Margaret Warburton of Scotland, who died at the age of 81 in May 1961. His brothers were Milton, Lawrence, David and all-American football player Irvine Cotton Warburton. He had a son, Don Lee Warb ...

                                               

1896 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1898 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1900 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1902 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1904 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1906 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

March 1909 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1909 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on March 26, 1909 following the recall of incumbent Arthur Cyprian Harper. George Alexander was elected.

                                               

November 1909 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1909 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on November 9, 1909, with a run-off election on December 7, 1909. Incumbent George Alexander was re-elected.

                                               

1911 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1911 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on October 31, 1911, with a run-off election on December 5, 1911. Incumbent George Alexander was re-elected.

                                               

1913 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1915 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1917 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1919 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1919 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on May 6, 1919, with a run-off election on June 3, 1919. Incumbent Frederick T. Woodman was defeated by Meredith P. Snyder. Snyder, mayor of Los Angeles from 1896–98 and 1900–04, was elected t ...

                                               

1921 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1923 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1925 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1929 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1929 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on June 9, 1929. Incumbent George E. Cryer did not contest the election which was won by John Clinton Porter.

                                               

1937 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1937 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on April 6, 1937, with a run-off election on May 4, 1937. Incumbent Frank L. Shaw was re-elected.

                                               

1938 Los Angeles mayoral recall election

The 1938 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on September 16, 1938 following the recall of incumbent Frank L. Shaw. Shaw was defeated by Fletcher Bowron.

                                               

1941 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1941 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on April 1, 1941, with a run-off election on May 6, 1941. Incumbent Fletcher Bowron was re-elected.

                                               

1945 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1949 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1949 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on April 5, 1949, with a run-off election on May 31, 1949. Incumbent Fletcher Bowron was re-elected.

                                               

1953 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1953 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on April 7, 1953, with a run-off election on May 26, 1953. Incumbent Fletcher Bowron was defeated by Norris Poulson.

                                               

1957 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1961 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1961 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on April 4, 1961, with a run-off election on May 31, 1961. Incumbent Norris Poulson was defeated by Sam Yorty.

                                               

1965 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1969 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1973 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1973 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on April 3, 1973, with a run-off election on May 20, 1973. Incumbent Sam Yorty was defeated by Tom Bradley.

                                               

1977 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1981 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1985 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1989 Los Angeles mayoral election

                                               

1993 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1993 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on April 20, 1993, with a run-off election on June 8, 1993. This was the first race in 64 years that an incumbent was not on the ballot. It marked the first time in 24 years that retiring Mayo ...

                                               

1997 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 1997 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on April 8, 1997. Incumbent Richard J. Riordan won the election against California State Senator and prominent 1960s SDS activist Tom Hayden. This was the last mayoral election for Los Angeles ...

                                               

2005 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 2005 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on March 8, 2005, with a run-off election on May 17, 2005. In a rematch of the 2001 election, Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa defeated the sitting mayor, James Hahn, becoming the citys first H ...

                                               

2009 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 2009 election for Mayor of Los Angeles took place on March 3, 2009. Incumbent mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa was re-elected overwhelming and faced no serious opponent. Since Los Angeles holds nonpartisan elections, there was no Democratic or R ...

                                               

2013 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 2013 Los Angeles mayoral election was held on March 5, 2013, to elect the mayor of Los Angeles. No candidate received a majority of the primary votes to be elected outright, and the top two finishers, Eric Garcetti and Wendy Greuel advanced t ...

                                               

2017 Los Angeles mayoral election

The 2017 Los Angeles mayoral election was held on March 7, 2017, to elect the mayor of Los Angeles. Due to a change in the citys election calendar to align mayoral elections with statewide elections, the winner stood to serve a term of five years ...

                                               

Belknap Playhouse

                                               

Christ Church Cathedral (Louisville, Kentucky)

The historic Christ Church Cathedral, located at 421 South 2nd Street Louisville, Kentucky, was founded on May 31, 1822. The original church building was completed in 1824, a new Romanesque Revival facade was added in 1870. Christ Church became t ...

                                               

Farmington (Louisville, Kentucky)

Farmington, an 18-acre historic site in Louisville, Kentucky, was once the center of a hemp plantation owned by John and Lucy Speed. The 14-room, Federal-style brick plantation house was possibly based on a design by Thomas Jefferson and has seve ...

                                               

Little Loomhouse

The Little Loomhouse is a place on the National Register of Historic Places in the Kenwood Hill neighborhood on the south side of Louisville, Kentucky. It consists of three cabins constructed between 1870 and 1896: Esta Cabin, Tophouse, and Wiste ...

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