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Wednesday, March 04, 2015

The Morning After Brief on the CD 14 Election Day Proceedings

Its all about The Machine as the City Council Incumbents, Charter Amendment 1 & 2 coast to victories, while three sitting LAUSD School Board Members face May Runoffs. But for a self-noting Princeton Graduate, a Mayoral Dream looks more plausible after his impressive victory.
Giving credit to "My Councilman" regarding his resounding (sounding like 2017 Mayoral Candidate) Election Victory.
The Power of the Machine ($1.5 Million), mixed with a healthy dose of Patronage (Mega allocation of CLARTS to targeted CBOs), was just too overwhelming for former LA County Board of Supervisor Gloria Molina, in her quest to beat Incumbent CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar ......, and the numbers tell the magnitude of the self-noting Princeton Graduate's impressive victory.
Councilman Jose Huizar 11,061 votes, 65.75%
Gloria Molina 4,033 votes, 23,93%
Nadine Diaz 740 votes, 4.40 %
Mario Chavez 612 votes, 3.63%
John O'Neill 385 votes, 2.28 %
The tale of the numbers from a 9% turnout of voters city wide, but more important in CD 14, are already prompting many to speculate that the "formerly-embattled Eastside Councilman", will strongly consider a 2017 Mayoral Campaign against "The Tepid White Mayor" Eric Garcetti. Many in CD 14, especially Molina Supporters, are very disappointed with Team Garcetti, for not backing up its "Anti Huizar Talk", with a Molina Campaign-supporting "Walk", that would of help with growing support and fundraising. Now, the rehabilitated Huizar-fronted, Labor-dominated Machine, can set its sites on a "Tepid White Mayor" come 2017.
Will Pepe Aguilar choreograph a Mayoral Rancho Song between Jose Huizar and Eric Garcetti in 2017?
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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Anonymous Allan said:

My thoughts? Might be time to lock in some rates for a good relocation service heading out of the city

March 04, 2015 10:36 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

All I can say is that 11,061 votes is not impressive, but it is a win.
It's so sad that people don't go out to vote.
they complain but don't do anything about it.
there are so many residents in each community of CD14 that far exceed the amount of votes casted.
Over a million sent on campaign when you divide the perks, incentives, and what those voters got from huizar It's like buying your votes.

March 04, 2015 11:31 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Did Garcetti officially ENDORSE Molina in this race ?

March 04, 2015 3:00 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar will go after Garcetti in 2017 and you can't blame him. He just wiped out Molina and three other candidates with 66% of the votes. He'll carry downtown and the eastside if he runs for mayor. And the unions, who do well in south LA and are flush with money, will bankroll him. If Garcetti sells out to the unions in an attempt to avoid this, the city will be going bankrupt and he'll lose conservative voters. Anyone know what Garcetti's popularity is polling at these days compared to 2013?

March 04, 2015 3:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Get ready for more white people to move out of LA.

March 04, 2015 6:00 PM  

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