It's OVER For Paul Krekorian In Council District 2 Election Before It Even Starts.
A MESSAGE TO CALIFORNIA STATE ASSemblyMAN Paul Krekorian: YOU WERE JUST RE-ELECTED IN NOVEMBER...WE DON'T NEED YOUR OUTSIDE TALENT'S THAT BADLY. IT'S NOT LIKE YOU'RE MANNY. JUST SIT DOWN AND STAY WHERE YOU ARE. You made a committment to voters and you're never gonna win after endorsing Jack Weiss. Don't blow your kickbacks. Plus, you still have another term as ASSmember in Sacramento. STAY THERE PAUL. One "Paul" is enough per 15 member City Council.' (It's OVER, Paul...TRUST ME!)
Here are the initial comments from Mayor Sam's blog regarding the City Council District 2 election, coming up in October, with petitions going out in July. THIS GUY AIN'T IT. ZD says it's "OVER" already based on this little early focus group.
I hear the some of Paul's supporters are putting pressure on Assemblyman Krekorian to step down from his seat so he can campaign for CD 2 full time. Tell that to people who voted for him and supported him for Assembly. But I guess it pays more and that's all that counts. Will he actually move into L.A. county?
June 03, 2009 8:52 PM
Since Paul was re-elected in November is he willing to foot the bill that tax payers will have to pay for a Special Election in the 43rd Assembly District should he beat out the other political machine candidates?
How many senior or after school programs will have to be shut down for the summer just to cover the cost of him not keeping his commitment to the voters in the 43rd?
June 03, 2009 9:24 PM
Paul is a decent guy. But his machine? YYYYYYUUUUUCCCCCCKKKK!
His staff is atrocious and his political consultant questionable.
June 03, 2009 9:31 PM
I lost all faith in Paul Krekorian when I learned that one of the few bills he put forth this crucial session was AB 1271.
Current law requires a person to be a close relative or caretaker of an elderly voter to handle that voter's absentee ballot.
Under Paul Krekorian's bill, anyone -- any campaign -- any thug -- any non-citizen -- can handle someone's absentee ballot. The potential for abuse is huge.
Then, you learn that Paul's consigliere, Eric Hacopian, has been accused in the past of worrisome shenanigans involving -- you guessed it -- absentee ballots.
Who benefits? Yes, it's disgusting.
June 03, 2009 9:35 PM
Last I checked Paul supported and endorsed Jack Weiss for City Attorney.
With friends like that it will not just be the Sunland Tujunga folks who will give you a pass.
What kind of council member will you be if you supported Jack when the folks in Sherman Oaks wanted him gone?