Latinos seek to revise county supervisor's district to create a Latino majority. But an ethnic coalition backs the lawmaker and calls on minorities not to turn against one another.
A move to give Latinos a better chance of winning a second seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors took a turn Tuesday when an ethnically diverse group packed a meeting room to defend Don Knabe, the longtime official whose predominantly white district could be split under a proposed redistricting plan.
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