With the 2015 CD-14 March Elections four months away, its time to disclose the "2013-2014 Fiscal Year Joys of Giving Report (or vote buying?)" by Clowncilman Jose Huizar to various Community-based Organizations (CBOs), in the Mexico PRI-styled quest to drive up his vote base.
The quest for reelection always brings out the best in Clowncilman Huizar's (and connected friends) sponsored Holiday Events.
Great Saturday morning to everyone as we near the start of another CD 14 City Clowncil Central Committee Member Jose "The Tonto Huevon" Huizar "Reelection Holiday Season Special Event" this afternoon in El Sereno. With the self-noting Princeton Graduate seeking a third and final term as the Purveyor of Favors for the Downtown LA Special Interests, whoops, meant representative of Clowncil District 14, the Incumbent's noted cycle of pre-election attentiveness (mixed with the dispensing of spoils to voter-rich CBOs), is again, all too apparent to the discerning political observer. In 2015, with a formidable reelection challenge coming from termed-out LA County Board of Supervisor Gloria Molina, the embattled "Tonto Huevon" is falling back on the documented Mexico PRI-tactics of using the material resources of the office to buy key voter blocks, in the diverse areas within his district, as evident in the 2014 General Purposes Fund Report obtain from the City Clerk's Office (** The entire eight page report is posted below).
From Eagle Rock, where numerous community group (with high propensity voters) received fiscal allocations, to targeted groups in El Sereno (the Bicentennial Committee and Stallions Pop Warner Program) and Boyle Heights (the "Connected Non-Profit Enclave" within CD 14), the "Spirit of Giving (in return for votes), has been shifted into high gear (with ethical concerns a mere afterthought) ** BTW, what does challenger Gloria Molina think of buying off organizations, or paying for campaign hired guns? From the Downtown News ........, Molina will get plenty of opportunity to make her case in the next four months. She expects to attend numerous neighborhood coffee sessions. She hopes to have precinct walkers, but says she wants them to be unpaid volunteers, not hired guns.
After all, it should not be about what your "buy point"
is, but whether the Incumbent is worthy of another term, based upon factual achievements of distinction---Scott Johnson.
Page 2. Note the numerous allocations to (voter rich) Eagle Rock organizations.
Page 3. Lets not forget the connected Highland Park Organizations.
Page 4. Inner City Struggle gets some Fiscal Love.
Page 5. "Mothers of East Los Angeles (Diane Del Pozo's organization?) gets close to $10,000.
Page 6. The Huizar "Gift of Giving" knows no southern borders.
Page 7, The Mules can surely handle some money bags.
Page 8. ........, and who will benefit from the $135.000 allocated to the 2014-2015 Fiscal Year? More on that later (with links to past year's reports).
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: 2014 General Purposes Fund Report, 2015 CD 14 City Council Elections, CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar, El Sereno Bicentennial Committee, Genny Guerrero, Joe Cano