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Q&A: Paul Krekorian on the hot seat

July 21, 2009

Today we go head-to-head with Democratic Assemblyman Paul Krekorian, who has come under fire from critics of state government and constituents who say he should step down while he runs for another office.

He is currently campaigning for a seat on the Los Angeles City Council and has already garnered some endorsements, including that of Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca.

Krekorian’s supporters have celebrated his efforts on legislation to promote in-state film and television projects and to increase green energy production. But his detractors argue that he has been a participant in a broken state system that continues to push California into deeper financial disarray, even leading lawmakers have solidified a deal to close a $26-billion deficit.

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Krekorian’s 43rd Assembly District overlaps with the council’s 2nd District and he has recently moved from his home in Burbank, which is on sale, to an apartment in the community of Valley Glen.
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