Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Elect YJ Draiman for Mayor of Los Angeles in 2017


Elect YJ Draiman for Mayor of Los Angeles in 2017
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Includes 96 Neighborhood Councils

2010 population estimate (rank): 3,744,829 (2)
Land area: 502 sq mi. (1,215 sq km); Alt.: Highest, 5,081 ft.; lowest, sea level
Endorsements and Volunteers: To endorse my candidacy or volunteer, please contact me at: draimanformayor@msn.com
To donate: Please go to http://yjdraimanformayor.com and print the complete contribution form. This information is required by California state laws for all contributions. We are prohibited from depositing any checks without this information. Please make checks payable to: YJ DRAIMAN FOR MAYOR 2017 Mail to: YJ Draiman for Mayor 9420 Reseda Blvd., Unit 274, Northridge, CA 91324 id 1392197

YJ Draiman for Mayor of Los Angeles 2017

Get Los Angeles back to the thriving and robust city it should be!
"I dream of a world where the truth is what shapes people's politics, rather than politics shaping what people think is true."
"We have flown the air like birds and swum the sea like fishes, but have yet to learn the simple act of walking the earth like brothers"

My vision for Los Angeles is to make LA the World Capital of Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency & Water Conservation.
"Let us take back our city and make Los Angeles governed by the people for the people"

To donate/support: Please go to http://yjdraimanformayor.com    YJ Draiman for Mayor 2017 - id 1392197
               Primary Election in LA is: Tuesday, March 7, 2017
YJ Draiman - Candidate for Mayor of Los Angeles 2017
YJ Draiman is the lead elected official for the Northridge East Neighborhood Council – NENC. He is also the liaison between the NENC and LADWP. As an Energy Efficiency Advocate; YJ Draiman is known for his advancement in implementing Energy efficiency, Renewable energy and Water conservation in the Los Angeles Area. YJ Draiman is promoting his platform of Made in America to bring back to the city of Los Angeles a strong industrial base, increase employment, strengthen education, reduce government and implement fiscal responsibility.

YJ Draiman ran for Los Angeles City Council in 2009. He was sworn in as an elected member of NENC, Los Angeles in April 2010 and was re-elected in 2012, 2014 and 2016, he ran for Mayor in 2013. YJ Draiman brings to the NENC Office a unique combination of government, business and community leadership experience. He is also a member of The Northridge Vision Committee.

A recent ambitious goal by YJ Draiman is to create an innovative renewable energy zone approach which will create tens of thousands of new jobs with billions in investments over the next 5-10 years in Los Angeles.

YJ Draiman is a former Real Estate developer with over 25 year’s experience; he has worked extensively in rehabilitating neighborhoods. YJ Draiman has vast experience in the deregulation of Utilities and in implementing energy and water conservation. He is an Energy Efficiency expert with over 25 years experience as well as an Alternative Energy, Water conservation authority and a Telecommunications auditor. YJ Draiman has been working in the Energy and the Utility markets for over 25 years. In January 1996 he was asked to run for U.S. Senate, but he declined. YJ Draiman is currently working on his PHD in energy conservation.

YJ Draiman participated with the Utility Commission in protecting citizens from increased tariffs, where he championed projects offering opportunities for job creation, economic development, and social services for the less fortunate.

YJ Draiman lives in Northridge and is married to Miriam Draiman for over four decades. They have two sons, David, who is a professional singer with a popular rock band “Disturbed” and Benjamin who is a clinical researcher as well as vocalist/musician.
To donate/support: Please go to http://yjdraimanformayor.com
Vote for YJ Draiman for Mayor of Los Angeles 2017 - Check Ballot #33 on March 7, 2017

YJ Draiman for Mayor of Los Angeles 2017

Dear Los Angelenos;
My name is YJ Draiman and I want to be your Mayor. 
The time has come to put aside our differences and think of all of us collectively as Angelinos willing to unify and move forward in an effort to improve L.A.  Remember, Individually, we are but one drop; Together, we can become an ocean!”

If you want to improve your lives and the lives of your fellow residents of Los Angeles, you must be willing to change the current administration which is a political machine for the present and previous elected officials; a political machine which will fight any attempts to change it; and will fight to make sure no outsiders gain entrance into this politically exclusive club.

Ask yourselves what major change or project that advances the prosperity and vitality of this city has been accomplished in the past 4 years? The answer is a resounding NONE.

For years the administration of the City of Los Angeles has failed the people of Los Angeles. It is time to elect an administration from the working people of Los Angeles, the non-politicians, the ones who owe their allegiance to the people of Los Angeles and to no one else. It is time to put into office a Mayor and administration willing to tell the people the way it is without any sugar coating or hidden agendas.

The City of LA has been going downhill for at least the past 15 years and more. The budget and revenues do not cover the costs of running the city. The past political-machine administrations promised to turn L.A. around and back onto a path of fiscal responsibility. Yet, they failed and continue to fail in keeping those promises. Their promises are as hollow, as the rust is thick on their political machines.

We must operate the city with responsible financial management and complete transparency. We must promote new businesses; fix the infrastructure, and our transportation system. Most importantly, we MUST improve our educational system and in so doing, give our children and grand-children the opportunity to succeed which they so richly deserve.

I ask you to give me the chance to be your Mayor and put into place an administration truly representing the best interests of ALL the citizens of Los Angeles, not just those who are part of and support a political machine. It is time, for your sake and the sake of our city, to elect one of us and push the ineffective, rusted political machine to the curb.

In this spirit of change I am promoting, I gladly reach my hand out to all of the candidates to form a cohesive force willing to work together to improve your lives, and to improve the city of Los Angeles with a relentless, UNIFIED effort to achieve this goal. 

Thank You!
YJ Draiman – For Mayor of Los Angeles 2017

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1 comment:

  1. I dream of a world where the truth is what shapes people's politics, rather than politics shaping what people think is true.

    UNITY

    Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean!

    This is not a political rant. This is not an argument for or against your politics. I have my political positions and I vote my conscience. I don't apologize for that and I don't ask you to apologize for yours if they differ from mine. But it stops there. We must agree on one thing if there is anything left of our nation that can be united. We must agree that every human being has the right to liberty, equal justice under the law, and the pursuit of their own happiness as long as it doesn't infringe on others.

    When we limit those American promises to those who fit a certain mold, we've lost our way.

    I'll concede that I can't predict the future. I'll also admit that neither side has all the solutions to the complex problems we face as a divided nation -- a nation of 350 million in a world of 7.4 billion. So, we can argue about which government program will be better, which international agreement we should honor or what is the fairest tax system. But we cannot argue about basic human rights -- the inherent worth and dignity of every human being. When we marginalize any segment of our society, we compromise everyone. Each one of us has some attribute that could eventually be considered "not American enough." When any government consolidates power, and decides which of those attributes is not acceptable, it is a short step to fascism. When that government operates with the financial backing of corporate power and money, that short step has been taken and we've arrived.
    YJ Draiman

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