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Ballots for the 2022 general election are due November 8 — here are Knock LA’s recommendations for Los Angeles County
Ballots for the 2022 general election are due November 8 — here are Knock LA’s recommendations for Long Beach.
No abandone su propio derecho al voto: muchas personas están tratando de hacerlo por usted.
Get in, losers, we’re salvaging democracy.
Despite heavy spending by police unions and landlord lobbyists, these results show an appetite for change in Los Angeles.
No le quite su propio derecho al voto: muchas personas están tratando de hacerlo por usted.
Ballots for the 2022 California Primary Election are due June 7 — Here are Knock LA's recommendations based on where you live in LA.
Voting should be easy. We’re here to help.
Don’t take away your own right to vote — plenty of people are trying to do that for you.
Knock LA reporters Jon Peltz and Kathleen Gallagher have filed suit for violation of their constitutional rights.
Wait… the what? We explain the ADEM Elections.
We need affordable housing in Hollywood, not more luxury hotels.
An exercise in publishing perspectives not typically represented in the Opinion pages of the Los Angeles Times.
Big wins, narrow misses… check in to see how KNOCK’s recommended, hyperlocal candidates and ballot measures played out this election.
As results come in, a clear picture emerges: establishment politicians in LA should be scared.
Vote like your everything depends on it!
What does reform mean to the candidates? Not much, in Lacey’s case.
Եթե դուք ապրում եք Լոս Անջելես շրջանի տարածքում, ապա ամենայն հավանականությամբ տեսած եք վերջին մի քանի շաբաթների ընթացքում ճանապարհների…
End the continued injustice of denying an American their right to vote.
The daughter of immigrants, a working-class mother of five, and a 2016 Bernie Sanders surrogate, Dueñas is running to bring the Green New…
This former cop is bought out by big business — and our state is paying for it
Examining a dangerous rightwing element in Culver City.
How to vote early, vote easy, and make sure your vote gets counted in Los Angeles!
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Esta elección es increíblemente importante. En KNOCK.LA entendemos que hay una gran carrera presidencial, de la que hablaremos más…
Այս ընտրություններն աներևակայելի կարևոր են: Մենք KNOCK.LA- ում (ՆՈԳ. Լ.Ա.) հասկանում ենք, որ կա Նախագահական մեծ մրցավազք, որը կը…
This school teacher turned assembly candidate is a rarity in state politics, and we are lucky to have her.
This is literally how we start to defund the police.
Vote: it might be the last chance you get!
Here’s how KNOCK.LA editors are practicing self-care during, you know, all this.
The answer to environmental justice isn’t reform — it’s a systemic overhaul.
The following is a letter from civil rights and racial justice leaders to California leadership on 8/17/20, re-published here in its entirety.
It would be funny if it wasn’t so objectively terrifying.
Here are Knock’s recommendations for almost everything on the ballot for the March 3rd Primary Election here in Los Angeles.
A letter from the residents at Echo Park Lake
Sources describe them as “hate groups masquerading as a neighborhood watch”
Lundquist has a long and accomplished history as an organizer and leader in the district on a broad range of progressive issues.
Why are Garcetti’s views on human rights more important than those of the people whose rights his government violates every day?
The author requested anonymity due to harassment by the right-wing groups discussed in the piece.
Activists in Los Angeles are currently occupying the space outside the city’s Metropolitan Detention Center.
An from a group of students from the UCLA Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) program.
JusticeLA releases detailed report on Bail Reform Motion
"It is our responsibility to challenge institutions of power, including our own university"
The wrong hire for a key job.
Claudia Rueda’s story is an immediate local example of the malignancy of the Trump administration’s anti-immigration policies.
The effective disenfranchisment of the people of Skid Row by LA’s Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (DONE) has been going on for months.