Campaign 2013

Garcetti goes up with Spanish language ad



garcetti-tv-spot-grab.jpgCouncilman Eric Garcetti is the first of the mayoral candidates, I believe, to air a TV spot in Spanish. He calls it "Comprobado" and speaks in Spanish about his record. "This ad helps Eric reach more voters about his record as a job creator and his focus on solving problems for LA residents," said Garcetti campaign strategist Bill Carrick in a statement. "Spanish language media is a critical part of the Los Angeles communications environment."


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