Local Voters File Formal Ethics Complaint, Detailing Jaw-Dropping List of 50+ Violations
On May 2nd, an official City Ethics Complaint has been filed against Dulce Vasquez campaign that details over 50 violations, including failure to disclose a negative attack ad against Councilmember Curren Price.
Pastor Frank Oliver, Council District 9 resident and Uplift Church Pastor and Sandra Olmedo, a community advocate and lifelong resident of Council District 9, are calling on the Los Angeles City Ethics Commssion to hold the Dulce Vasquez for City Council 2022 campaign accountable for intentionally breaking City disclosure and campaign finance laws.
“With ballots arriving in less than a week, we’re calling on the City Ethics Commission to immediately hold Dulce Vasquez accountable for blatantly, intentionally, and continuously breaking city ethics laws,” said Pastor Frank Oliver. “Due to the malicious intent and timing of these ethics violations, immediate action is necessary.”
Curren Price campaign consultant Josh Pulliam said, “The fact that Dulce Vasquez is sending out false attack ads a month before the election is bad enough, but how can anyone who so brazenly breaks city laws as a candidate be entrusted to make city laws on the City Council?”
Click here to see the official City Ethics Complaint filed by Pastor Frank Oliver and Sandra Olmedo.