Thursday, May 10, 2012

BREAKING: Zuma Dogg To Headline L.A. Mayoral Candidate Forum at L.A. City College, Saturday May 12, 2012 [DETAILS HERE]

Who will be the next mayor of Los Angeles? Inform yourselves on some of the candidates, the issues and their positions this Saturday, May 12 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at L.A. City College 855 N. Vermont Avenue, in room CHEM 103 (on the north side of campus, by Willow Brook Ave).
Candidates for the 2013 Los Angeles Mayoral election in attendance will be (in alphabetical order): Ted Crisell, Eric Garcetti, Wendy Greuel, Kevin James, Addie Miller, Jan Perry and David “Zuma Dogg” Saltsburg.
Spanish-language interpreters will be available at the event. You may also submit questions to the candidates online here:
The East Hollywood Mayoral Candidate Forum is organized by Thai Community Development Center and co-sponsored by the East Hollywood Neighborhood Council and the California Community Foundation.
THIS looks like FUN! Zuma Dogg will KICK OFF the forum, as the first candidate to speak, at 1:30pm. (ZD asked to go first, cause I can't stay through the nutty b.s. of other city hall candidates.) Five minute opening speech by each candidate, then FIFTEEN minutes of questions for each candidate. GOOD LUCK CITY HALL CANDIDATES ENDURING FIFTEEN MINUTES OF QUESTIONS FROM THE PUBLIC. LOL!

 "The Zuma Dogg Show, LIVE at L.A. City College, this Saturday!

[PICTURED: What it takes=A METHOD!] BIO: David "Zuma Dogg" Saltsburg is a published author on the topic of "Methods for Management of Quality & Productivity" (Quality Management). As mayor of Los Angeles, his first order of business will be to implement "14 Points" that create a functional system, like a municipality. Mr. Dogg was a candidate in the 2009 L.A. City mayoral election, placing fourth of ten candidates, without a penny spent. He can be reached to consult your business, organization or municipality on these "Methods for Quality & Productivity" at 213-785-7272 or at