LOS ANGELES, CA – The BizFed PAC, a project of the Los Angeles County Business Federation (BizFed), announced its support of nine candidates for the upcoming L.A. City elections on March 7. Candidates met with BizFed PAC Board Members to discuss a range of issues facing the City of Los Angeles, including Measures S, H, and JJJ, short term rentals, gross receipts, linkage fees, parcel taxes, split role property taxes, sanctuary cities and oil and gas revenues.
“City elected officials play a substantial role in bringing new jobs and opportunities to their respective communities,” said BizFed PAC Chair James Ward Litz. “We look forward to working with new and veteran Los Angeles City Council Members to strengthen the quality of life in our communities and cultivate economic progress for the City of L.A. and beyond.”
This is the tenth election cycle in which the BizFed PAC has participated on such a wide scale to promote candidates who are dedicated to implementing real change and supporting good local governance. To date, the BizFed PAC has supported more than 140 successful candidates in cities throughout Los Angeles County who have helped to foster positive economic change within their respective municipalities.
The BizFed PAC is proud to support these eight incumbents and one newcomer in the City of Los Angeles:
Mayor: Eric Garcetti
District 1: Gilbert “Gil” Cedillo
District 3: Bob Blumenfield
District 5: Paul Koretz
District 7: Monica Rodriguez
District 9: Curren D. Price, Jr.
District 11: Mike Bonin
District 13: Mitchell O’Farrell
District 15: Joe Buscaino
BizFed PAC supports pro-business candidates across Los Angeles County who help to grow economic vitality within their respective municipalities. The BizFed PAC will continue to proactively engage in municipal and L.A. Countywide elections in the future, focused on ensuring our region’s economic growth potential.