Press

  1. Council District 14 race is a tale of four communities

    By The Eastsider on

  2. Kevin de León to serve on L.A. City Council committee seats once again

    By Boyle Heights Beat on

  3. A win for Kevin De León’s stay put strategy

    By Politico on

  4. Guest Opinion: Running for our lives: The urgency of LGBTQ+ representation in American politics

    By The Bay Area Reporter on

  5. Pringles, Plywood, and Chalk — The Supply Chain Sustaining the Cal State LA Encampment

    By LA Times on

  6. Limiting political contributions will give younger and less wealthy Americans a voice in politics

    By The Los Angeles Loyolan on

  7. Judge scraps lawsuit against LA city councilman over Christmastime scuffle

    By Courthouse News on

  8. How two grassroots LA City Council candidates got on the November ballot

    By The Orange County Register on

  9. LA City Council District 14: Who's Running In The 2024 Primary Election And Why It Matters

    By LAist on

  10. Raising over $150,000 without PAC money in L.A.

    By J.T. The L.A. Storyteller on

  11. Filipino American lawyer is running for a seat in the LA City Council

    By INQUIRER.net on

  12. Ysabel Jurado looks to become first Fil-Am LA city councilor

    By ABS-CBN News on

  13. 8 candidates make it onto the CD14 ballot

    By Boyle Heights Beat on

  14. LA City Council committee approves amended motion to increase rent

    By Daily Bruin on

  15. Zero-bail policy approved in LA County for nonviolent crimes, faces opposition

    By Daily Bruin on

  16. Who's Pulling in Big Bucks for Upcoming L.A. City Council Races?

    By Los Angeles Magazine on

  17. Double Bruin Ysabel Jurado runs for LA City Council ‘to represent my community’

    By Daily Bruin on

  18. CD 14 Happenings

    By City Watch on

  19. Political Reporter Melanie Mason comments on L.A. Councilman Kevin De Leon’s reelection bid

    By Fox 40 on

  20. Democrat involved in LA racism scandal running for reelection

    By The Hill on

  21. Councilmember Kevin de León, a year after racist audio scandal, says he’ll run again

    By LA Times on