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Los Angeles County, CA September 22, 2009 Election
 Smart Voter David "Zuma Dogg" Saltsburg

Candidate for
Council Member; City of Los Angeles; District 2

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Zuma Dogg, :Public Advocate
  • Attended over a year's worth of council meetings without missing one. Longer streak than anyone in the city. I know what's been happening at Council.
  • Work experience includes trailblazing carreer in competitive, big-budget radio/record industry where I managed major staffs across U.S.
  • I'm proud that corporate America recognized my ability to manage major radio stations, eventually taking me to New York City. (Results!)
  • Trained in "Methods for Management of Quality & Productivity" and have been recognized by Dr. Deming and corporate CEOs for my interpretation.
Top Priorities if Elected
  • IMMEDIATE ISSUE: Pension and budget issues which puts EVERYTHING else (jobs, sevices and public safety) at risk.
  • We have allowed City Hall to take the ball away from us. We need to take it back. I will create "community infrastructure" to facilitate goals.
  • Public pressure cannot be under estimated. It's all you have: Your Voice. I'll help amplify it for the community and will facilitate your NC goals.
Key Endorsements
  • My endorsement comes from the people across the district, not machine.
Position Papers
Here are the first things I want to do when I walk in the door as YOUR Los Angeles City Councilmember:
Before we can accomplish all the other goals being asked by the community, we need to get the community infrastructure up and running so we can achieve our community goals. (How to make something actually happen at the council level.)
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