Will the L.A. school board runoff revert to the familiar mudslinging, big-spending format?

Tuesday’s primary left the outcome of two Los Angeles school board races in doubt, setting the stage for a general election campaign that could prove less polite and more expensive.

The most financially competitive race will be in District 2, where voters must replace Monica Garcia, who is stepping down because of term limits. In that contest, Rocio Rivas, who finished first in the primary, will face Maria Brenes.

“I really did receive a lot of positive energy and support all throughout our district,” Rivas said at a campaign gathering Tuesday night. “People are out there — invested — and really want to be there for our public schools.”Click here to read more: https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-06-09/will-the-l-a-school-board-runoff-revert-to-the-familiar-mudslinging-big-spending-format