City Attorney Carmen Trutanich today attacked rival Mike Feuer for his opposition to Prop. 37, the failed ballot measure that would have required labeling of genetically modified foods.
"When you sit down to eat Thanksgiving dinner with your family this week, you should remember that Feuer doesn't want you to know if your meal was bio-engineered," Rick Taylor, Trutanich's campaign strategist, said in the release.
"Carmen Trutanich is playing chicken with debates because he doesn't want to talk turkey with voters," said spokesman Dave Jacobson. "It's Mr. Trutanich who is ducking out of his pledge to participate in 100, or even a mere 10 debates. Clearly, after his dismal performance at last week's debate, Mr. Trutanich is afraid to commit to more debates."
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Feuer launched his own attack on Trutanich today while announcing his own "grassroots neighborhood walk campaign."
"Carmen Trutanich has done a lot of talking as City Attorney, but not a lot of listening," Feuer said. "I'm running to change that. I want to be the City Attorney of the people, and my agenda will reflect the priorities that Angelenos hold dear--not the priorities of big campaign donors and special interests."