The Times podcast: The fight to become L.A. County sheriff

Alex Villanueva was elected sheriff of Los Angeles County in 2018 with the support of progressives riding an anti-Trump wave. But since taking office, he has moved to the right. His opponent in November’s election, retired Long Beach Police Commissioner Robert Luna, is leading the polls.

But at a time when law enforcement issues are part of a national conversation, how different are they? We’re talking about hearing from both candidates at a debate this month. Read the full transcript here.


Host: Gustave Arellano

Guest: Alene Tchekmedyian, LA Times law enforcement reporter

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