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Los Angeles County, CA March 5, 2013 Election
 Smart Voter Yehuda "Yj" Draiman

Candidate for
Mayor; City of Los Angeles

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Neighborhood Council Secretary
  • 2nd term Elected Northridge Neighborhood Council
  • Director of Utilities & Sustainability for Energy Savers 2
  • Working on PHD in Energy Conservation
  • Ex. Real Estate Developer
  • Vast experience in the deregulation of Utilities and implementing energy and water conservation - Energy & Utility auditor
  • Participated with the Utility Commission in protecting citizens from increased tariffs
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • To bring Los Angeles back to economic sustainability and financial health
  • Absolute transparency & full disclosure to the people of LA & restore public trust
  • Utilize LA's natural assets & Make Los Angeles the "World Capital of Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency - Water Conservation"
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Questions on Issues

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Key Endorsements
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Position Papers
How to improve our economy create jobs and increase revenues to the government with domestic energy development - Americas Economic Independence - Dra
Improving our economy, the proper answer to that question is to increase our use of domestic energy, while developing and increasing our renewable energy infrastructure. How do we improve the deficit? According to estimates, if America "unlocked its oil and natural gas reserves, the government could take in somewhere between $1 trillion and $2 trillion in additional revenue over the coming years."
Building A Culture Of Accountability - Draiman
Culture is embodied in the phrase "this is the way we do things around here". More precisely, "what people perceive they have to do to fit in, be accepted and rewarded around here"? Culture is the sum of the behavioral norms of the workgroup, team, division or organization. It is relatively common to have different cultures between teams or divisions within the one organization.
Accountability in Governance - Yj Draiman
Accountability ensures actions and decisions taken by public officials are subject to oversight so as to guarantee that government initiatives meet their stated objectives and respond to the needs ... of the community they are meant to be benefiting, thereby contributing to better governance and poverty reduction. Accountability is one of the cornerstones of good governance; however, it can be
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