Opposition to plans for a second Latino-majority district could hurt supervisor's political future after he steps down in 2014. Some wonder if he can extend beyond his Westside and Valley power base.
For decades, Zev Yaroslavsky has thought he would make a fine mayor for Los Angeles. In three dozen years as a city councilman and then a county supervisor, he has built an extensive record and cemented a solid power base in the Westside and the San Fernando Valley that would make him a formidable candidate.
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