Campaign 2013

Shallman and Carrick on 'Which Way, LA?' tonight

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John Shallman, left, and Bill Carrick, right, at Loyola Marymount University forum in March. In the center is Eric Hacopian, consultant for mayoral candidate Jan Perry.

As the port-mortem analysis of the mayoral race continues, campaign consultants Bill Carrick (Garcetti) and John Shallman (Greuel) chat tonight with Warren Olney on KCRW's Which Way, LA? The show airs at 7 p.m. on FM 89.9. The topic is what went right and what went wrong in the campaign, but Shallman apparently uses the forum to press his points from earlier today about Los Angeles Times coverage. In a piece on the Times opinion webpage, Shallman accuses the Times of missing the key messages of the Greuel campaign and of favoring Garcetti: "The Times was to Eric Garcetti what Fox News was to Mitt Romney."

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