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March 7, 2017 — Local Elections
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City of Los AngelesCandidate for Mayor

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David "Zuma Dogg" Saltsburg

Community Activist
4,809 votes (1.18%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Homeless encampments are now spreading throughout the city, in places we've never seen. We must reduce the homeless encampments, and it's an emergency, not just a crisis.
  • Using platform, as mayoral candidate to urge voters to vote YES on Measure S: Because it related to skyscrapers/traffic/cost of housing/homelessness/affordable housing=it's a big issue; and I am asking for a YES vote on S!
  • Implementing Deming's 14 Points (Methods for Management of Quality & Productivity): When people demand to cut the fraud, waste and abuse....this is the actual method. Not hot air, empty exhortations. A lack of Q&P drives up cost of everything.



For past ten years, David "Zuma Dogg" Saltsburg has fought fraud, waste and abuse at city hall; and has been succesfull on many fronts; including shutting down various shady projects; winning a Federal free speech/civil rights lawsuit vs L.A. City Council; and is trained in methods for management of quality and productivity; and has been published on the topic. for more. 

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