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

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Yuval Kremer

Math Educator/Activist
2,436 votes (0.6%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • "Two Cities", a long-term reform proposal to break the City of LA into 2 new and equal cities, each with an elected Mayor, which would be called North Los Angeles (Valley Cityhood) and West Los Angeles.
  • Extending Rent Control (the city's Rent Stabilization Ordinance) to ALL apartments/condos that are being rented in the City of LA, not just those in old buildings (which are being demolished by developers).
  • Preserving the character and scale of our Neighborhoods, particularly with regard to Height, by supporting the goals of the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative.



Loyola Law School Juris Doctor (J.D.), Law (1997)
University of Southern California Bachelor of Science, Chemistry (1993)


  • Former Homeowners Representative, Mid City West Community Council
  • Former Zone 3 Representative, Mid City West Community Council
  • Cali-Camp Directors Award (Camp Counselor and Bus Driver), 1993
  • Harvard Boys School (now Harvard-Westlake), Class of 1989

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

  • Increase Hiring in Depleted Services, Control Runaway Pension Costs, Stop Subsidizing Special Interests (like Developers), and Improve Contracting and Asset Sales/Leases, in order to provide More City Services, Reduce Crime, and Lower DWP bills, Less Taxes, Lower Fees and Lower Parking Fines
  • Triple Current Level of  Bus Service and Reduce Fares in order to restore service that has been cut , make Public Transit Affordable and Convenient, and alleviate Traffic
  • No Kill LA County: Stop the Killing of Dogs, Cats, Puppies, and Kittens at City and County Shelters

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