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Thanks Everyone!


      Dear Friends & Supporters, I just wanted to take this moment to thank you all for your support in my campaign for City Council.  Although we didn’t make the runoff, I am heartened by the results and extremely grateful to everyone who helped, donated, and spread the word about my candidacy. As many of…

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Make a Difference in Local Politics, VOTE JAY BEEBER


One of the greatest pleasures of this campaign has been going door to door meeting constituents and making new friends. This experience has reconfirmed my belief that District 4 is the best place to live in Los Angeles. We have so much untouched nature, so many wonderful people. As this part of the campaign comes…

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Fixing LA’s Budget Problems


Jack Humphreyville of CityWatch sent all candidates for CD4 a questionnaire regarding how we proposed to fix our city’s budget problems. Below I’ve posted my responses that were sent to him on January 27th. Jack responded with — “well done”. How to Fix LA’s Budget Problems   Before we get into specifics, a word about…

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The Most Transparent Council Office in the History of Los Angeles


Elected representatives work for the people and the people have a right to know how their elected officials are spending their time and how the people’s money is being spent. For too long, members of the LA City Council have been less than transparent about these matters. Elected officials meet privately with special interests to…

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Jay Beeber Gets It Done


This past Wednesday night I participated in a candidates’ forum sponsored by the Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association. I am so gratified at the overwhelmingly positive response I received from those in attendance. Here’s a tweet from someone I had never met before: “By far, the most impressive candidate for #LA CD4, Jay Beeber. Got my vote Mar 3 @jay4la”…

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City Leaders React To Bogus Parking Tickets


Thanks to CBS2 Investigative Reporter David Goldstein for including me in the group of city leaders he asked to comment on the bogus parking tickets being given to unsuspecting motorists.

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Why I Do This


  Almost five years ago I saw a story on CBS news about how red light cameras caused more accidents, not less.  Then the LAPD claimed the report was inaccurate, even though it was based on the LAPD’s own numbers.   I knew the reporter and the LAPD couldn’t both be right.  On my own, I…

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