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Monday, March 02, 2015

Images from "No on Charter Amendment 1 & 2" City Hall Media Event

A small, diverse cast of political candidates and activists turned out at City Hall to speak out against Charter Amendment 1 & 2 as the "Tepid White Mayor" is again, outed for not remaining true to his past comments regarding the issue of combining Elections. 
"No on Charter Amendment 1 & 2 Frontperson" Hans Johnson speaks to the assembled media and supporters.
** Blogger's Note: Please indulge with me in a momentary flash back to Saturday's evening where a certain blogger predicted at the end of the Randy Economy Radio Show, that the BIGGEST UPSET on Election Night tomorrow, would be the defeat of Charter Amendment 1 & 2. Further, those candidates who sided with the "No on Charter 1 & 2 Campaign" would reap a "Coattail Affect" for their respective endeavors. Many of those candidates were on hand today, joining with Hans Johnson in seeking a final round of support to maintain the timing of Municipal Elections, as is. As the morning festivities commenced, the LA Weekly was disclosing, via a video from the 2013 Mayoral Elections, that now Mayor Eric Garcetti had taken a negative stance against the idea of merging Elections, while now taking a "Tepid, Non-Committal" approach .........., we can only wonder why?---Scott Johnson.
CD 14 City Council Candidate Gloria Molina speaking.
CD 6 City Council Candidate Cindy Montanez at the microphone
CD 10 City Council Candidate Grace Yoo offering commentary.
LAUSD School Board Member Bennett Kayser giving a testimonial on being targeted by Big Money.
Out-going CD 8 City Councilman Bernard Parks, an early supporter of the "No Campaign".
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Got the message homeowners/activists are fighting back.Nury must go.

March 02, 2015 11:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

All of them good people and on the right side.

March 02, 2015 11:49 PM  

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