Villaraigosa

If Villaraigosa leaves, it won't be as DNC chair

Thumbnail image for melton-mav.jpgPresident Obama today tweeted that he would like Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz to remain as chair of the Democratic National Committee. That was one of the posts which had been attached to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's name in the Washington rumor churn.

Schultz accepted via tweet soon after Obama sent his.

File photo: Villaraigosa with Los Angeles Magazine editor Mary Melton


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