Monday, May 14, 2012

NEW: Zuma Dogg for Los Angeles City Mayor 2013 - Embedded Video Playlist Widget (Hear What It Will Take To "Fix" City of Los Angeles)

Go to for Zuma Dogg's OFFICIAL 2013 Los Angeles Mayoral Candidate website. 

Zuma Dogg Opening Remarks & Audience Questions (05-12-12 Forum)

Below is a new widget with "mayoral campaign" related videos, including opening comments at 05-12-12 candidate forum -- and three new videos on "Zuma Dogg for L.A. Mayor - 2013," recorded over the weekend. (Will give you the tone and agenda for "The Icon" as "Candidate.")

"An all-time great. World-class. I do consider Zuma Dogg to be a prophet." - L.A. City Councilman Bill Rosendahl

"A good man. Zuma Dogg has done a lot of good for the people of L.A." - L.A. City Councilman Dennis Zine

"It would be nice to see someone with the heroism of Zuma Dogg in office." - Kevin James/870-KRLA Radio

"He wakes us up; it gets everyone's attention." L.A. City Controller Wendy Greuel

"Zuma Dogg fought the oppressive, tightly controlled L.A. City Council meetings presided over by Council President Eric Garcetti, who had banned video cameras. After police tried to stop Zuma Dogg from taping the council deliberations, he railed against the big shots for months, slamming Garcetti as “Garshady” on his show and on his whistleblower blog. "Whatever happened to free speech in this country?," Zuma Dogg asked. He prevailed against Garcetti’s rules, and now brings his cameracorder to every council meeting, as can any member of the public thanks to him." - LA Weekly.

* "You're actually one of my favorite people to watch on TV." - Former L.A. Mayor Richard Riordan to Zuma Dogg on KABC radio. 

 "Zuma Dogg, who is smarter than and knows more about city government than most Council members, has become something of an urban folk hero, skewering City Hall foibles and failures in his frequent public comment appearances broadcast on Channel 35. His campaigns for mayor and now CD2 attracted respectable numbers of votes for a candidate who was not only is penniless but homeless." - Ron Kaye

* " Zuma Dogg has distinguished himself as a "mix of curiosity and crusader" fighting for what he considers his free-speech rights."He's been able to do it with humor and at times be more direct and substantive." Los Angeles City Council President Eric Garcetti/Los Angeles Times

 " A civic treasure." - Michael Higby/Mayor Sam's Blog (L.A. politics)


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