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  • Forum likely to precede June vote

    The Armenian National Committee has delayed a decision to endorse local candidates for the 43rd Assembly District and is instead planning to host a debate before taking a position on the two contenders in the special June 8 runoff election. The...
  • Candidate departs Assembly race

    Democrat Chahe Keuroghelian on Monday ended his candidacy for state Assembly, setting up a face-off between two candidates to represent Glendale, Burbank and parts of Los Angeles in a Nov. 2 election. Keuroghelian, an Armenian-language television host...
  • Ballots sent with error

    Los Angeles County election officials on Tuesday acknowledged sending vote-by-mail guides to as many as 1,100 Democrats that erroneously listed candidates for the 43rd Assembly District in the same space as votes for or against a controversial parcel tax....
  • Candidates prepare for vote

    After months of campaigning and a contentious primary election, Democrat Mike Gatto and Republican Sunder Ramani will face off in a special election Tuesday for the 43rd Assembly District. The winner will serve the district, which represents Glendale,...
  • Apathy, lack of candidate forums contribute to low election interest

    With the mail-in ballots for the April 12 general election out, the voter response could be even lower than the 14.3% who participated in the primary. The tepid response, some politicos say, can probably be attributed to the quiet Burbank campaign...
  • Reinke won't re-run for council

    [UPDATED] Three candidates have filed papers for the Burbank City Council primary election in February, and Mayor Anja Reinke is not among them. Spots held by Councilman Gary Bric and Reinke will open at the end of the current term ending in April....
  • Four file to vie for school board

    Three current Burbank Unified school board members and one challenger have filed preliminary papers to run in next year's election. Incumbents Roberta Reynolds, Ted Bunch and Dave Kemp will seek to protect their seats against challenger Gregory Bragg in...
  • Forum brought Frutos to the front

    Kudos to the League of Women Voters Glendale/Burbank for hosting an excellent candidates forum that actually dealt with many of the issues Burbank residents are concerned with ("Council hopefuls plead their case," Jan. 22). If you didn't get a chance to...
  • Candidates draw their line in the sidewalk

    Candidates draw their line in the sidewalk
    Despite a multimillion-dollar deficit, ongoing police oversight reforms and depressed utility revenues, a dispute over whether to install sidewalks on two blocks of North Screenland Drive has become a major political hot potato for City Council...
  • Bric re-elected

    Bric re-elected
    City Council incumbent Gary Bric cruised to re-election on Tuesday, securing more than 50% of the vote and bypassing the April 12 general election, when candidates Emily Gabel-Luddy and Bob Frutos will face off for Mayor Anja Reinke's vacated seat. With...
  • Incumbents reign on school board

    All three Burbank Unified school board members won re-election on Tuesday, with the two-time challenger again failing to garner enough votes. The election marks the second time entertainment executive Gregory Bragg has been the sole challenger in a race...
  • Election turnout hits a new low

    Election turnout hits a new low
    The voter turnout in Burbank’s primary election on Tuesday dropped by 6% from what had already been a low 20.4% participation rate two years ago, which political observers attributed to apathy and a lack of hot-button issues. Just 8,106 ballots...