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East Bay Stonewall Dems won't endorse in AD 18 special election

East Bay Stonewall Dems won't endorse in AD 18 special election

The East Bay Stonewall Democratic Club will not make an endorsement in the open 18th Assembly District special election after neither candidate garnered 60% of the vote during an online meeting August 3.

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By Matthew S. Bajko | July 28, 2021

Nearly a year after the West Hollywood City Council approved the creation of a drag laureate, staff for the Southern California LGBTQ enclave have etched out a proposal for how to launch the position this November.

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