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Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert announced Wednesday that he is launching his bid for re-election, seeking a second four-year term.
“Long Beach has a great City Prosecutor in Doug Haubert,” said Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey. “He is working closely with the District Attorney’s Office and local police to keep kids in school— and out of gangs. I proudly endorse his re-election as City Prosecutor.”
“Haubert is a tough prosecutor who is focusing on reducing gang violence,” said former D.A. Steve Cooley, who retired in 2012 after three terms as District Attorney. “He has accomplished much in his first term of office, and he has earned re-election.”
“I am proud of the work of my office, especially during the most challenging time for law enforcement in recent history,” said City Prosecutor Haubert. “We still have a lot of work ahead of us. I’m ready for the challenge.”
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