Kevin James’ SuperPAC Airs TV Ad, “Which?”, in LA Mayoral Race

Fred Davis’ SuperPAC, Better Way LA, is slated to air television advertisements on Kevin James’ behalf. The commercial has already been posted as a video on YouTube, called “Which?”

In “Which?”, Controller Greuel, Councilman Garcetti, and Councilwoman Perry are questioned about their role in the city’s growing deficit. The narrator quotes former Mayor Richard Riordan saying, “LA will likely declare bankruptcy”, and then blames the cause of the impending bankruptcy on the votes of the city hall establishment candidates.

The advertisement claims that “only Kevin James” can solve the city’s financial woes to prevent bankruptcy. In fact, Emanuel Pleitez is the only candidate running for mayor with the business executive and economic policy experience to solve LA’s economic problems. He is the only candidate with a policy driven plan to reform pension and rescue the city from the brink of bankruptcy. Read his plan here: and

Watch Emanuel Pleitez and his grassroots team:

Watch Better Way LA’s commercial for Kevin James, “Which?”:

Blog written by staff for the Emanuel Pleitez for Los Angeles Mayor 2013 campaign.

Emanuel Alberto Pleitez is a progressive Los Angeles native, he’s committed to uniting, serving, and inspiring his community. Son of Mexican and Salvadoran immigrants, and experienced in the private and public sector, he hopes to re-energize Los Angeles with a grassroots campaign the likes of which the city has never seen before.

Paid for by Emanuel Pleitez for Los Angeles Mayor 2013, 1972 E Cesar E Chavez Ave., Los Angeles CA 90033. Additional information is available at


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