Following primary elections in California, U.S. Rep. Karen Bass advanced in the Los Angeles mayor race to face billionaire former Republican Rick Caruso in a runoff in November. If she wins, she will become the city's first Black woman mayor.
The 67-year-old politician was named as a potential vice-presidential running mate to President Biden during the 2020 elections. Now Bass' name is being mentioned as a part of the field competing for a chance to replace the city's current mayor, Eric Garcetti, who is term-limited.
With no mention of qualified immunity, officials negotiating a police reform bill claim they have reached an agreement. They also cautioned that "nothing has been agreed on." Huh?
Errol Webber, a Black Republican licking his wounds from the whooping Rep. Karen Bass put on him in the race for California's 37th Congressional District, is parroting Trump's claims of voter fraud without proof.
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