Los Angeles Times: Bray-Ali, a small business owner and community activist who lives in Lincoln Heights, would best lead this district and the city into a better future.
Los Angeles Times: Bray-Ali, un pequeño empresario y activista comunitario que vive en Lincoln Heights, sería mejor en llevar este distrito y la ciudad hacia un futuro mejor.Read more
The East Area Progressive Democrats (EAPD) has officially endorsed the candidacy of Joe Bray-Ali as the progressive choice for City Council in Council District 1Read more
Joe Bray-Ali is the first candidate for City Council in CD1 to qualify for 2:1 matching funds from the City. Joe Bray-Ali es el primer candidato que califica para 2: 1 fondos de contrapartida por la ciudad del Concejo Municipal en CD1.Read more
Joe Bray-Ali is the only challenger the LALCV has endorsed ahead of this upcoming election based upon his commitment to environmental justice and protection of open spaces. Joe Bray-Ali es el único retador que la LALCV ha endorsado antes de esta próxima elección basada en su compromiso con la justicia ambiental y la protección de los espacios abiertos.Read more
NOTICE OF SUNSET BLVD. CLOSURE – SATURDAY DEC. 10
Alert! Due to the Echo Park Community Parade, the following schedule will be observed on Sunset Blvd. between Vin Scully Ave. and Park Ave.Read more
NOTICE OF FIGUEROA ST. CLOSURE – SUNDAY DEC. 4 Photo: Franklin High School Cheer Squad | Martha BenedictRead more
In 2013, right after the current CD1 incumbent got into office, he raided $5,000,000+ from the Lincoln Park Pool and Bathhouse. You can see the motion for yourself: CF 13-1395-S3. Here are the facts:
Photo: The Lincoln Park Pool and Bathhouse had its reconstruction funding raided. Press stunts and PR promises from the incumbent mean more long, hot, summers for locals.Read more
As a small business owner, I support Measure M.
Like most small business owners, my relationship with sales tax is a complicated one. The local government, and voters, have been very comfortable with taxing people at the retail sales counter – a method of taxation that impacts people in my community, working people who are my customers and friends, more than a property tax or an income tax would.Read more
How do you stay positive when your day-to-day experiences in the city drag you down? For me, this campaign offers an opportunity to take the negative experiences and channel them into positive change. A recent trip to MacArthur Park tested my ability to stay positive about things in the district.Read more