Winners (in no particular order)
Steve Cooley, Los Angeles District Attorney #41 (Retired)
|Cooley said he was leaving the Office 'in good shape, and in good hands'|
at his retirement dinner
Jackie Lacey, Los Angeles District Attorney #42
|Lacey's campaign reached out to civic and business leaders to earn their support |
for her historic victory as the most qualified candidate for District Attorney
Michael Goldstein, Attorney
|Mike Goldstein sets the stage for Jackie Lacey's historic victory party.|
If Goldstein ever tires of practicing law, he likely has a successful career ahead of him as a political consultant. Goldstein was the dynamo force behind Jackie Lacey's successful campaign, working tirelessly to cajole and corral leaders in the entertainment industry to support Lacey for DA.
Greg Smith, City Attorney candidate
|Greg Smith (right) receives the LAPPL 'Line of Duty' award|
Los Angeles Association of Deputy District Attorneys
|ADDA President Donna McClay (left) proudly opens the ADDA DA candidates debate|
Losers (in no particular order)
Carmen Trutanich, failed career politician
|Trutanich does the 'walk of shame' at his Victory Party on the night his political career ends.|
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Happy New Year!