Letters to the Editor: Kevin de León wants to serve his constituents. So why isn’t he resigning?
It’s hard to overstate the importance of good, effective and thorough government at the state level.
As the state is a constitutionally-protected entity, and as the voters of our state have a right to question and evaluate the actions of the government, we as an elected body cannot ignore the will of the voters.
We the people of California have passed laws, and have the power to determine how our state should be governed.
There are three important reasons why it is difficult to continue having Kevin de León as our governor:
He has shown he has no faith in the rule of law. He is not prepared to enforce the laws of the state. And he doesn’t even want voters to know how many laws he has violated. He has shown that he doesn’t want the people to know how he has abused his power. And he has even called out voters in the past for not knowing how broken California’s laws are.
The voters of California deserve better. This is not a time for a political campaign.
We the people are at a historical turning point. We can choose not to vote for this person, and then it’s only a matter of time before the truth comes out and we realize just how badly they have behaved. To stay on the ballot and give our voice to the people is the next best thing to voting them out of office.
Kevin de León is trying to ride the same party train and his political party has become synonymous with dirty politics and deceit. Kevin de León has shown that he would rather try to win the public’s favor by being the governor of California than being a good, honest politician.
As you can tell, he has proven he is no friend of the public. His actions have clearly shown he is out for the public’s money instead of serving his constituents.
He has ignored the fact that our state needs good, affordable public transportation.
His recent campaign finance filing showed him making $4 million dollars per year from special interest groups. We know that he has failed to adequately fund public schools. We know he