The 2016 Election |

#WhoMailedIt: KPCC breaks down political mailers

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| KPCC has been collecting political mail this year and a number of themes reappear on mailers for different candidates in different races.

KPCC story on Inland Empire election makes its way into political mailers

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The mailers come amid a contentious race for state Assembly in the Inland Empire's 47th District. KPCC did not participate in the mailers or endorse a candidate.

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Homeless funding may ride on who wins LA County supervisors race

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Whoever wins the two seats on the power LA County Board of Supervisors could provide critical vote on funding a homelessness fix.

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10 things you need to know about Measure HHH

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Homelessness is at chronic levels in Los Angeles. Measure HHH hopes to build new homes to take some people off of the streets. Find out more.

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Dems aim to unseat GOP in north LA County congressional race

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Incumbent GOP Congressman Steve Knight is attempting to fend off a challenge by Democrat Bryan Caforio. Knight's Achilles heel may be Donald Trump.

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LA County Latino voters highly motivated, poll says

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The highlights of the poll: High motivation to vote, strong support for Measure M and a generational divide when it comes to the proposition to legalize marijuana.

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Democratic supermajority could hang on this state race

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In a Democratic San Gabriel Valley district, a conservative Republican with name recognition has a good chance of helping Republicans snag a key state Senate seat.

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Meet the Judges: Debra Archuleta, candidate for LA Superior Court

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This year, eight candidates are running for four spots on L.A. Superior Court. "I truly want to be part of the solution and not part of the problem," says Debra Archuleta, a violent crimes prosecutor.

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