Los Angeles City Attorney and 2022 mayoral candidate Mike Feuer on Sept. 27 challenged candidates to a series of debates across the city, with the first debate focused on homelessness.
“Voters deserve to know much more about who we are and what we stand for because in many ways their safety, livelihoods and quality of life depend on it,” Feuer said. “So, let’s debate. Let’s debate now and let’s debate often.”
Feuer said it will be the first mayoral election in an even year with a long list of statewide and federal campaigns that could potentially divert attention away from the Los Angeles municipal election.
“Let’s not let this race be decided by 30-second television ads or sound bites on social media,” Feuer added. “Let’s take a deep and substantive dive into every issue and let every voter from every neighborhood in Los Angeles ask us any question they want. They deserve that right and we owe it to them to provide answers. The time to capture the attention of Los Angeles voters is now, before the melee of 2022 begins.”
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