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Video: Janice Hahn on Education, Immigration and the L.A. Times

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    L.A. City Councilwoman Janice Hahn is the Democratic Candidate for Lieutenant Governor. She is the daughter of a legendary L.A. political leader--Kenny Hahn--and sister of a former L.A. mayor--James Hahn. Janice Hahn is attempting something neither has achieved--state wide office. In this segment she talks about her race against San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom. She explains why she is a better candidate. She talks about the controversial Arizona Boycott, and how she felt when Newsom jumped into the Lt. Governor race after dropping out the Governor's race. (Published Friday, May 6, 2011)

    L.A. City Councilwoman Janice Hahn is a Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor. She is the daughter of a legendary L.A. political leader,Kenny Hahn, and sister of a former L.A mayor Jim Hahn. And she's become a well-respected leader in her own right: She's been a member of the City Council since 2001.

    In an interview with Conan Nolan, she discusses education, immigration, the Lieutenant Governor's race -- and she explains why she's canceling her subscription to the Los Angeles Times.

    NewsConference: Conan Nolan Interviews Janice Hahn, Democratic Candidate for Lt. Governor

    [LA] NewsConference: Conan Nolan Interviews Janice Hahn, Democratic Candidate for Lt. Governor
    L.A. City Councilwoman Janice Hahn is the Democratic Candidate for Lieutenant Governor. She is the daughter of a legendary L.A. political leader--Kenny Hahn--and sister of a former L.A. mayor--James Hahn. Janice Hahn is attempting something neither has achieved--state wide office. In this segment she talks about her race against San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom. She explains why she is a better candidate. She talks about the controversial Arizona Boycott, and how she felt when Newsom jumped into the Lt. Governor race after dropping out the Governor's race. (Published Friday, May 6, 2011)