Bill Cosby lends support to Stan Sanders for LA mayor

March 1993
Jet;3/29/93, Vol. 83 Issue 22, p32
Reports that entertainer Bill Cosby is endorsing Los Angeles lawyer and entrepreneur Stan Sanders in his bid to become LA mayor. Benefit for Sanders hosted by Cosby; Cosby's comments on Sanders; His career.


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