LOS ANGELES (AP) – Los Angeles voters have elected a criminal justice reformer to run the nation’s largest prosecutor’s office. Former San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon unseated two-term incumbent Jackie Lacey on Friday in a race seen as a referendum on reforming justice. Gascon vowed to bring sweeping changes to the office such as jailing only dangerous criminals and holding police officers accountable for unjustified killings. Gascon’s message resonated with voters after a summer of activism over the killing of George Floyd brought attention to the issue of police brutality and racial inequality. Lacey was the first woman and Black person to run the office.