A Los Angeles County jury convicted former state Sen. Rod Wright of eight counts of perjury and voter fraud. Wright’s successor, state Sen. Steve Bradford, D-Gardena, is the author of legislation that would have changed candidate residency rules in a way that would have kept Wright and others on the right side of the law.
A Los Angeles County jury convicted former state Sen. Rod Wright of eight counts of perjury and voter fraud. Wright’s successor, state Sen. Steve Bradford, D-Gardena, is the author of legislation that would have changed candidate residency rules in a way that would have kept Wright and others on the right side of the law. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file
A Los Angeles County jury convicted former state Sen. Rod Wright of eight counts of perjury and voter fraud. Wright’s successor, state Sen. Steve Bradford, D-Gardena, is the author of legislation that would have changed candidate residency rules in a way that would have kept Wright and others on the right side of the law. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file
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May 02, 2017 05:41 PM

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