Cheat sheet for the 2022 District 3 L.A. County Board of Supervisors race

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From (L-R) Bob Hertzberg, Lindsey Horvath, Henry Stern are the main candidates for the Los Angeles County District 3 Supervisor's race.
From left, Bob Hertzberg, Lindsey Horvath and Henry Stern are the main candidates for the Los Angeles County District 3 supervisor's race. (AP)

Three prominent Democrats are vying to replace Sheila Kuehl as Los Angeles County supervisor for District 3, which covers swaths of the San Fernando Valley and the Westside.

The district

District 3 covers much of the Valley as well as well-heeled sections of the Westside, including Santa Monica and West Hollywood, and coastal communities like Malibu. Under redistricting, District 3 lost some key areas, including the Hollywood Bowl, the L.A. County Museum of Art, the La Brea Tar Pits and the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures to the 2nd and 5th districts.

Kuehl, who has represented the area since 2014, announced she would not seek reelection.

Among the issues the candidates have raised are homelessness, crime, oversight of the Sheriff's Department and housing.

The candidates

Reading list

Reading from other publications

Who will succeed Shelia Kuehl?

(Daily News)

Meet the candidates for District 3

(Spectrum One)

Stakes are high for the powerful job of L.A. County supervisor

(KCRW)

Critics say new District 3 is too conservative

(Santa Monica Mirror)

A guide to District 3 issues and candidates

(Larchmont Chronicle)

More guides to the election:

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.