Euna Anderson hasn’t hasn’t ruled out endorsing District 7 candidate
In her first run for political office, Euna Anderson received almost 20 percent of the vote, finishing third in the three-way District 7 school board race on March 3. Although she missed the May runoff, the voters who supported her may be key to who wins between the remaining candidates, Board President Richard Vladovic and challenger...
By Craig Clough | March 17, 2015
District 7: LAUSD school board race snapshot
School board District 7, runs up a narrow swath from San Pedro at its southern tip to South LA as its northern boundary (see map here). On the way, it encompasses parts of Wilmington, Harbor City, Carson, Harbor Gateway, Lomita, Gardena, Florence, and Watts, and is home to some of LA Unified’s historically troubled high...
By LA School Report | February 25, 2015
Candidates play it safe, respectful at first — only? — District 7 debate
The candidates in the first — and what looks like only — LA Unified board District 7 debate played it safe and respectful at the Granada Theater in Wilmington on Friday night. While differences did emerge between incumbent board President Richard Vladovic and his challengers, Lydia Gutierrez and Euna Anderson, the candidates refrained from criticizing the...
By Craig Clough | February 9, 2015
Taking on Vladovic, Anderson focusing on ‘positive’ path to board
This is the next in a series of profiles on candidates running in the March 3 primary for the LA Unified school board. Today’s focus is Euna Anderson, a candidate for the District 7 seat. The LA Unified school board races this year have already seen a fair amount of negative campaigning, and even though...
By Craig Clough | February 6, 2015