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Mary Plummer is a Senior Politics Reporter for KPCC. Prior to that, she was a reporter on SCPR's education team, and an associate producer for Take Two and The Madeleine Brand Show.
Mary began her career in broadcast at ABC News in London, where she worked on TV stories for the network’s news lineup and regularly covered Europe for ABCNews.com.
Mary has a master's degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, where she won the Richard T. Baker Award for multimedia reporting. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Chapman University. Her work has been published by the Washington Post, The New York Times, PBS/THIRTEEN and the Yomiuri Shimbun. Plummer grew up in Anchorage, Alaska.
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Voters will be choosing a new representative Tuesday for the L.A. City Council district representing the northeast San Fernando Valley. The district has been without a voting council member since September.
The $183.4 billion budget includes increases in spending for things like K-12 schools, community colleges and preschool programs.
City Council incumbent Gil Cedillo is leading his embattled challenger Joe Bray-Ali in campaign donations, according to the latest finance reports.
In the midst of growing calls to end his campaign, L.A. City Council District 1 candidate Joe Bray-Ali vowed to stay in the race and win back voters' trust.
Today is the last day to register to vote for Los Angeles' upcoming election, which features four runoffs and one citywide ballot measure.
Candidates Monica Rodriguez and Karo Torossian are set to meet this weekend in their final debate before the city's May 16 general election.
Mayor Eric Garcetti today delivered his annual State of the City address, highlighting plans to house the homeless, increase jobs, and protect the environment.
In a faceoff on housing issues Monday, L.A. City Council member Gil Cedillo and challenger Joe Bray-Ali met for the first of two debates ahead of the May 16 general election.
Vote by mail starts for Los Angeles runoff elections taking place through May 16. On the ballot: two school board seats, two City Council seats and a charter change.
Results show just 14 percent of eligible voters participated in the 34th Congressional District primary election, which advanced two candidates to a June runoff.
Some speculated that the race could offer hints about the direction of the Democratic Party. Hint: Progressives are definitely in the driver's seat.
Voters in the special election for the 34th Congressional District appeared to send Democrats Jimmy Gomez and Robert Ahn to a runoff, according to semi-official results from election officials.
Los Angeles area voters will choose between 23 candidates on the ballot to replace former U.S. Rep. Xavier Becerra, who is now California's attorney general.
About 300,000 voters in the L.A. area have a chance to pick their next Congressional representative Tuesday in a special election to replace Xavier Becerra.
Tuesday is the special election for the 34th Congressional District seat, which was previously held by Xavier Becerra, California's attorney general.