Self-proclaimed Union Boy CD 13 City Council Candidate John Choi, is on the run to the Election Day Finish Line.
If John can't outrun the chasing cast of characters (or regressive poll numbers and stinging LA Times commentary), then how can he chase down solutions to CD 13 issues? From the LA Times ....
John Choi has raised the most money in the race, but he's not ready for the job. He has served as a commissioner on the Board of Public Works, but he still has a lot to learn about the district's needs and how City Hall works. At one community forum, the candidates were called on to discuss the long-running battle over Barlow Respiratory Hospital, a century-old facility tucked into the hills of Elysian Park nearDodger Stadium. The hospital wants to sell part of its 25-acre site to a developer, which plans to build an 800-unit condominium complex. O'Farrell says he opposes the project. Choi professed to be unfamiliar with the details, demonstrating either ignorance of one of the hot-button issues in his district or an unwillingness to level with his would-be constituents.
For Choi Campaign Consultant Mike Shimpock, cutting into the meat of Choi's lack of CD 13 knowledge, is a delicate undertaking. A task voters in CD 13 should run away from.
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Labels: 2013 CD 13 City Council Election, John Choi for City Council.