On a special edition of “Inside the Issues: Decision 2022,” we present a forum of three candidates seeking to represent the 3rd District on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
The district needs a new representative, as current Supervisor Sheila Kuehl is not running for re-election. State Sen. Bob Hertzberg, West Hollywood City Council member Lindsey Horvath, and state Sen. Henry Stern joined us to present their views on homelessness, housing and public safety during a candidate forum presented by the Los Angeles Business Council, or LABC.
The LABC — with Spectrum News 1 — selected the issues that were discussed.
What You Need To Know
- Three candidates for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors 3rd District seat participated in a forum
- State Sen. Bob Hertzberg, West Hollywood City Council member Lindsey Horvath, and state Sen. Henry Stern attended the event
- They discussed homelessness, housing, public safety and other issues
- Current LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl is not running for re-election in District 3
The LABC selected the three candidates for the forum based on two criteria: the ability to garner support and the name recognition to be competitive.
All candidates and audience members were required to show proof of vaccination at the event, and the candidates chose whether they wanted to wear masks on stage.
Please note: This program has been edited for time. The forum will be presented in its entirety on the LABC website — labusinesscouncil.org.
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