NEW JACKSON AD HIGHLIGHTS TRUTANICH’S
BROKEN PROMISES, RECORD OF FAILURE AS CITY ATTORNEY
Video Ad Entitled “Election Hangover Part II”
Los Angeles, July 19th – Today the Alan Jackson campaign released a web ad response to Carmen Trutanich’s candidacy for District Attorney. Since his decision to run, it is clear that Trutanich will be turning his attention away from his job as City Attorney to launch a campaign for higher office. Using a parody of the Hangover Part II movie trailer, the ad highlights Trutanich’s broken promises and failed record since he was elected City Attorney. The spot is called “Election Hangover Part II.”
Not only has Carmen Trutanich broken his promise not to run for higher office, he has been an unsuccessful City Attorney. Under his watch, the City of Los Angeles is undergoing a widespread corruption probe by the FBI. Meanwhile, Trutanich has stifled first amendment rights, choosing to cut vital programs and staff salaries while refusing to cut his own. With all this mayhem, Trutanich is now looking for higher office.
To view the advertisement, please visit www.electionhangover2.com.
“Not only is Trutanich breaking his sworn promise to the voters, but he’s been a huge disappointment as City Attorney. Now he wants a promotion and a pay raise?” asked Jackson’s strategist John S. Thomas.
“Apparently Mr. Trutanich is as serious about fighting corruption in the city as he is about completing his term as City Attorney,” said Thomas.
Thomas continued, “With the early release of prisoners from California State prisons looming large, we need a District Attorney who takes his job seriously and will put the people of LA County before his own political career.”
Trutanich’s “Pledge to Serve” stipulates that if Trutanich breaks his promise to serve two terms as City Attorney and not seek higher office, he must pay $100,000 of personal funds to the Best Afterschool Program for Kids and place a full-page ad in every major daily paper with a picture of himself and text stating ‘I AM A LIAR’.
Click below to view Carmen Trutanich’s original “Pledge to Serve.”
See below for several news articles explaining in more detail how Trutanich has performed as a City Attorney.
Second L.A. building inspector pleads guilty in federal bribery probe (LATimes)
Businessman held on $1-million bail in supergraphic case (LATimes)
Is Carmen Trutanich L.A.'s Mubarak? (LATimes)
L.A. leaders reject pay cuts for themselves (Daily News)
L.A.'s latest budget victim (Daily Breeze)
More at: http://www.electionhangover2.com/