Who is running for Los Angeles County Sheriff


One challenger claimed to have swum 26 miles in open water to Catalina Island. Another touted his endorsement from Stevie Wonder. Most of the candidates opposing incumbent Alex Villanueva in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s race have said that, if elected, they would seek to repair the fractured relationship with the Board of Supervisors and the Office of the Inspector General.

Sheriff’s races have historically been largely ceremonial affairs, in which the incumbent or an anointed successor glides to victory with little of the drama that has defined this election. In fact, in defeating former Sheriff Jim McDonnell in 2018, Villanueva became the first challenger in more than 100 years to defeat a standing sheriff seeking reelection.

In this year’s race, most of the challengers have…



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