Los Angeles Times endorses rising Latino in #CD9 race
Who did Curren Price piss off? Curren D. Price Jr. has been in politics since his days attending Morningside High School. Elected as the schools first black student body president, he rarely if at all goes back to give encouragement to the student body. His political acumen actually goes back further. The Price family has a long history of serving in politics back where theyre from. Rising from the hardscrabble streets of Inglewood, Curren has held seats locally and on the state level. Apparently during his meteoric descent to Black political royalty, he pissed someone off. Or is the tide turning for Latin Angelenos?
Insiders from Price’s challengers campaign tell 2 Urban Girls that Jorge Nuño’s campaign and endorsement from the L.A. Times is no fluke.
Nuno has help from PRICE’S people. Yes, Nuno’s campaign is an inside job and we will have to wait on pins and needles to see WHO this mystery person(s) are.
2 Urban Girls is counting down the days until Wednesday, March 8th, when they will be revealed.
2 Urban Girls is guessing it’s former mayor of Los Angeles Antonio Villaraigosa, who will is making a run for Governor. We initially thought MRT, however, with the surge of registered Latino voters in the district, it is more likely that he would be Nuño’s fairy godfather.
In the meantime, 2 Urban Girls is urging residents in the 9th District to vote for Jorge Nuño.
Read the full LA Times endorsement by clicking here.