Mar Vista Green Committee Hosts L.A. Mayoral Candidates Forum Tonight

There will be a meet and greet at Temple Isaiah at 6 p.m. with private and public sector local representatives, followed by a forum with candidates running for mayor in 2013.

The Mar Vista Green Committee is hosting a Los Angeles mayoral candidates’ forum with Eric Garcetti, Wendy Greuel and Jan Perry tonight at Temple Isaiah in West Los Angeles at 10345 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90064.

Prior to the forum, which will begin at 7:30 p.m., there will be a meet and greet starting at 6 p.m. with local representatives from both the public and private sector. Among those participating will be representatives for mayoral candidates Eric Garcetti, Wendy Greuel, Kevin James, Jan Perry and for Congressional candidate, Bill Bloomfield.

 Other groups participating include Bend the Arc, League of Women Voters/Voter Registration, Mar Vista Community Council, Natural Resources Defense Council, No on 32, No on 35, Organizing for America California, Republican Jewish Committee, RNC, Sierra Club Beyond Coal Campaign, South Robertson Neighborhoods Council, TI Community Organizing (Props 30 & 38), TI Green Team, Tract 7260, Westside Neighborhood Council, Yes on 33, Yes on 34, Yes on 35, Yes on 36, Yes on 37.

Draimanformayor Losangeles October 24, 2012 at 03:07 AM
DraimanForMayor The City of Los Angeles is on verge of bankruptcy “The City’s financial crisis is dire … worse than you are being told … and the Mayor and the LA City Council is in denial.” Is this a way to run a City? You be the judge! Voice you opinion ...at Election Day March 5, 2013 by voting for a new leadership in Los Angeles City Hall! Help in saving the City of Los Angeles from Bankruptcy and replace the dysfunctional and corrupt LA City Hall. YJ Draiman http://yjdraimanformayor.org
Draimanformayor Losangeles October 24, 2012 at 03:08 AM
A question to the people of Los Angeles Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is fantasizing that there has been an improvement, just look at the dysfunctional Los Angeles City Hall under his leadership for 8 years. Things could not be worse Do you have confidence in your current elected officials in Los Angeles City Hall? Are they doing a good job? No, why? Yes, why? Who is qualified to be the mayor of Los Angeles 2013? Where there is discord, the mayor will bring harmony. Where there is error, the mayor will bring truth. Where there is doubt, the mayor will bring faith. And where there is despair, the mayor will bring hope. The mayor will unite the city and promote economic prosperity successfully. A person who can do these things is the one qualified to be the mayor of Los Angeles in 2013. www.yjdraimanformayor.org
Draimanformayor Losangeles October 24, 2012 at 03:10 AM
Current elected officials are not qualified to be the next Mayor of LA! Who is qualified to be the next mayor of Los Angeles 2013? The current elected officials at LA City Hall, who are running, do not qualify to be the Mayor of LA. Their past poor performance and their contribution to the current state of affairs are reprehensible. They do not deserve to be elected again for any position in LA City Hall and especially to the position of Mayor of LA. I hope and trust that the people of LA are not as gullible as the current elected officials presume. It is time for the voters of LA to elect a person who cares about the people of this great city of Los Angeles, a city with a population of about 4 million people and 429 square miles. The current elected officials at city hall have abused their position; they have failed the people of Los Angeles. The current elected officials at LA city hall should get a verbal lynching for their performance. The City of Los Angeles is in its worst condition in this century. The cause of this despicable condition is the product of the current administration. It is time to elect officials who truly care about the people and the city of LA. Officials who exercise their elected position for the good of the people of LA, not what is in it for them? YJ Draiman http://yjdraiman.org
Draimanformayor Losangeles October 24, 2012 at 03:12 AM
Current elected officials are not qualified to be the next Mayor of LA! Part 2 - continued. When we support current elected officials in their quest to become the Mayor of Los Angeles, we consent to their poor performance and induce them to continue to destroy our city. We must change the status quo of business as usual; the current administration has abused its position and trust. Otherwise we as the people of LA will pay a heavy price for such negligence. This is the message we should be sending to people who seek public office. A candidate must have honesty and integrity as a primary character trait and above all the public’s trust. YJ Draiman http://yjdraiman.org


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