“ExxonMobil’s repeated violation of air pollution standards is unacceptable. Children and working families in Torrance and the South Bay are being repeatedly exposed to emissions exceeding AQMD standards. Clearly the fines appear to have been inadequate as a deterrent. AQMD needs to crack down more effectively on air pollution violations and do a better job of monitoring and sharing information on the air that we are breathing.”
The Korean American Democratic Committee (KADC) is a countywide Democratic organization chartered by the Los Angeles County Democratic Party. It was founded in 1992 to engage and mobilize the Korean American community to participate in the local, state and federal electoral process.
Muratsuchi represented the 66th Assembly District from 2012 to 2014, and is widely considered the number one priority and opportunity for state Assembly leadership to regain Democratic seats.
Muratsuchi has lived in the South Bay for the past twenty years with his wife and daughter. He is a Deputy Attorney General with the California Department of Justice, a former Torrance School Board member, and a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and UCLA School of Law.
Complaint details violations of “Independent Expenditure” laws by David Hadley for Assembly 2016, the Independent Expenditure Spirit of Democracy PAC, and its funder Charles T. Munger, Jr. by using the same campaign consultant
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In a story titled, “Assemblyman accused of illegal coordinating with independent expenditure committee,” the Los Angeles Times today reported that Al Muratsuchi has filed a complaint with the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) accusing Assemblymember David Hadley of illegal coordination with the Independent Expenditure (IE) Spirit of Democracy (SDC) its funder, Charles T. Munger, Jr.
Al Muratsuchi won primary over Assemblymember David Hadley by 3 percentage points
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TORRANCE, CA – Democratic votes led Republicans by 10% as Al Muratsuchi handily won Tuesday's primary against incumbent Assemblymember David Hadley in the race for the 66th Assembly district, a race that is widely considered to be the number one priority and opportunity for the state Democratic Assembly leadership to regain a seat. This margin is expected to increase in November amid higher Democratic turnout due to Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, being at the top of the ticket.
Al Muratsuchi won the night with 48.4 percent of the vote compared to David Hadley’s 45.4 percent, with Muratsuchi receiving 38,305 votes to Hadley’s 35,996. Muratsuchi led the incumbent by 3 percentage points, while a second Democrat garnered 6%.
Say Muratsuchi is Best Candidate to Keep South Bay Neighborhoods Safe
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Al Muratsuchi's campaign to retake the 66th Assembly District seat continues to gain momentum as the Los Angeles Police Chiefs Association endorses him.
"Police chiefs from around Los Angeles County and the South Bay agree that Muratsuchi is the best advocate for public safety in the 66th District Assembly race. He understands the challenges in keeping our communities safe, and always supports our efforts. Like us, his number one concern is the safety of the community. We trust him to lead us in Sacramento," says Montebello Police Chief Kevin McClure, Chair of the Los Angeles County Police Chiefs Association Political Action Committee (LACPA PAC).
Oil Money Supports his Campaign and Dictates his Positions, Putting South Bay Beaches in Jeopardy of Being the Next Santa Barbara
As California files criminal charges against the Texas-based oil pipeline company, Plains All-American Pipeline, for the oil leak in Santa Barbara last year, Assemblyman David Hadley continues to put the South Bay beaches at risk of becoming the next Santa Barbara. With his support of onshore drilling and fracking, he is refusing to acknowledge the inherent risk that any kind of oil drilling threatens the South Bay’s pristine beaches and the citizens who use them.
Al Muratsuchi Likely to Benefit from Democratic Turnout in Presidential Election Year
Torrance, CA -. The race for the 66th Assembly seat is widely considered to be the number one priority and opportunity for the state Assembly leadership to regain a Democratic seat. In 2014, The 66th Assembly District, a moderate, bipartisan District, elected David Hadley, an extreme Republican and tea party member who refuses to denounce his party’s Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump for his racist and sexist comments, largely due to the fact that many Democrats stayed home in the off-year elections. Fortunately, the voting electorate is expected to be much different in 2016, as Democrats return to the polls for the Presidential election.
It’s a likely boost for Al Muratsuchi, a former Assemblymember for the District and Democratic candidate for the seat in 2016, who is a moderate Democrat much better suited for the District.
Al Muratsuchi’s campaign to retake the 66th Assembly District seat continues to gain momentum as dozens of Los Angeles and South Bay elected officials endorse him.
“One person, one vote” protections Ensure Equal Protection for all voters, including immigrants and other non-voters
Assemblyman David Hadley is continuing to show his extreme, right-wing colors by refusing to support “one person, one vote” protections. These protections, ruled upon affirmatively by the U.S. Supreme Court just last month, ensure that population apportionment is determined by total population rather than just voting population. That means every person, including those who cannot vote or choose not to vote, is given equal representation.
Apparently Hadley hasn’t gotten the memo that all people, not just his Republican cronies, matter equally under the law.