Paul-E-Tics Episode 5 – Vote 4 Love

In the final episode of Paul-E-Tics before the election, we take a look at the history of the Vote in our country and what it means to be a good mayor. Tuesday March 7th is election day. Vote 4 Love and Love your Vote! For more information about me and my campaign visit www.vote4love.com

Getting Candid with Paul E. Amori

In the final episode of my ongoing series on what I love about the other mayoral candidates, called “Getting Candid with the Candidates Over Coffee,” I spoke with…myself! Paul E. Amori​ is the long time mayor of Lightning in a Bottle and the founder of the Love Party. For years he’s been talking about his idea of Voting 4 Love, now he’s taken his message of love out of the festival and into the streets …

LA Mayoral Debate 2017

These are your candidates for LA Mayor 2017. 10 out of the 11 candidates showed up for this debate. Incumbent Mayor Eric Garcetti did not participate.

Getting Candid with Eric Preven

In Episode 6 of my ongoing series on what I love about the other mayoral candidates, called “Getting Candid with the Candidates Over Coffee,” we spoke with Eric Preven. Eric is a 30 year veteran of the entertainment industry. For years he has served as a watchdog looking out for the interests of the people of Los Angeles and taking City Hall to task when those interests are not being served. Now he is drawing …

Paul E Tics Episode 4 – The Measures

In episode 4 of Paul-E-Tics we explore the ballot measures that you’ll be voting for in just a few days in the March 7th election. For more information on how I plan to vote and why go to http://vote4love.com/issues/votersguide

Paul-E-Tics Episode 3 – Finding a Heart for the Homeless

In episode 3 of Paul-E-Tics we talked with people experiencing homelessness about their lives on the streets and how they feel the city can best help them. It was my great privilege to speak with many of the residents of Skid Row, to hear their stories, their frustration, their ideas and their hopes. To me there is no more pressing issue facing L.A. than finding a real solution for this epidemic. The election is less …