His name already is familiar to many Americans because his father, Gil, led the Los Angeles prosecutor’s office during the O. But Garcetti and several other Democrats of his generation are eying their prospects on the heels of voters electing Barack Obama, four years removed from the Illinois State Senate, and Donald Trump, who never held political office at all.Garcetti argues frustrated voters should, perhaps, look to mayors, because they have to make government work.The mayor of a Los Angeles suburb has resigned after being arrested for allegedly snatching a woman's purse then tearing through the streets with his victim clinging on to the bonnet of his car.At an emotional news conference in his lawyer's office, 35-year-old Albert Huang - who is also an architect and developer - announced his resignation from the San Gabriel City Council.He said he was tired of the bad press he and his family have been getting since his arrest last Friday.
“I can confirm that Lu Parker ended her three-year committed relationship with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa as of May 25,” spokeswoman Juliette Harris told the newspaper.
He pointed to his city’s 0 billion infrastructure plan even as Congress struggles to agree on a national infrastructure overhaul and City Hall’s investment in community college tuition grants. “Keep playing offense and stop just crying on defense,” Garcetti said of his philosophy.
Garcetti also highlighted his work to convince more than 300 municipalities to commit to the principles of the Paris climate accords, even after Trump announced he was nixing U. The mayor doesn’t fit neatly into the ongoing tussle between liberal grassroots and the Democratic establishmenta.
Huang is then said to have taken the woman's purse, which contained her car keys, cash and personal belongings, and got into her car.
When she tried to prevent him leaving, Huang got out and then climbed into his own vehicle.