Frustrated by the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, Gordana Kajer, of Long Beach, said she took to heart a suggestion that the local political scene is a great place to start, in part, because you’re dealing with neighbors. “These are people that you know,” she said.

Kajer, 60, also disagreed with some recent decisions from Long Beach City Council, so she’s now running for a seat on the dais.

“I felt that my voice and my neighbors’ voices were going unheard.”

For the full article:  “A year after the Women’s March…”, OC Register, Jan. 19, 2018