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Tuesday September 14, 2021 — Special Election

Estado de CaliforniaCandidato para GobernadorNewsom Replacement

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David Lozano

Funcionario ejecutivo/abogado
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • Poner fin a la falta de vivienda en 2 años o menos
  • Introducir cambios revolucionarios a las políticas, conductas y a la capacitación de la policía e implementar una reforma a la policía en general
  • Cómo hacer hogares asequibles para todos los californianos y que todas las comunidades sean más seguras, más limpias y más hermosas una vez más.

Experiencia

Experiencia

Profesión:Director general / Abogado
Director general / Abogado principal, Lozano Law Center, Inc. (2009–actualment)
Alguacil adjunto, Departamento del Alguacil del Condado de Los Angeles (2000–2006)
Director general / Abogado, Lozano & Merna, una corporación de derecho (1997–2003)
Pasante legislativo / Analista, Capitolio del Estado de Connecticut — Cargo designado (1991–1992)
Representante internacional / Instructor de buceo / Explorador, Club Med (1986–1989)
Restaurador / Jefe de comedor / Sumiller, La Rive Gouche (1982–1986)
Oficial de Policía de Reserva, Departamento de Policía de Monterey Park — Cargo designado (1978–1980)

Educación

Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Quinnipiac, conocida anteriormente como Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad d Doctorado en Derecho, Derecho (1992)
Universidad del Estado de California en Los Angeles Licenciatura en Humanidades, Ciencias Políticas (1986)

Actividades comunitarias

President, Sigma Nu National Fraternity (now alumni) (1976–current)
Scout Leader, Boy Scouts of America (2006–2012)
Alter Boy, St. Therese Church (1964–1972)

Biografía

David Lozano has a remarkable background, both professionally and personally, spanning over four decades and ranging from currently being an accomplished and well-recognized attorney in State and Federal Court that specializes not only in business and personal finance, but is known to be an aggressive and skillful negotiator as well, advising and instructing other attorneys and law firms throughout the country. Lozano has owned, managed and operated his own law firm and several other law firms as a senior law partner for over 28 years. And although Lozano has represented clients in a variety of areas of law ranging from criminal defense to civil contract law, Lozano’s specialty is in resolving complex financial matters and as such has saved thousands of California resident’s homes from foreclosure, their businesses from shutting down and their individual lives and careers from financial ruin. Lozano is extremely proud of these accomplishments which has earned him the highest respect and gratitude of the various Judges and U.S. Trustees that serve the Central and Eastern Districts of California.

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Creencias poliza

Filosofía política

David Lozano is the only candidate with a real solution to homelessness. Go to Lozanoforcalifornia.com to read about his solutions to California’s problems, such as Police Reform, Affordable Housing, Reducing Taxes and more. David is a native Californian, an attorney with over 28 years experience, a past Los Angeles Sheriff and has worked in over 10 countries around the world, such as Egypt, Turkey, Australia, Mexico, Maldives and Greece. David holds a Degree in Political Science and a Doctorate in Law. David is currently an executive officer and a top negotiator. Make your vote count to end homelessness by voting for David Lozano as Governor.

Documentos sobre determinadas posturas

A project called “A New Hope” – which will end Homelessness in California within two year or less.

Summary

"A New Hope" project will build, from the ground up, not one, but three major metropolitan/residential cities. One in the Northern part of California; the second Northeast of the Antelope Valley outside of Los Angeles; and the third in the Southern tip of California with each having not just an upper and middle class area, but also having a moderate class area with the capability of housing over 50,000 homeless each. 

The Solution to Homelessness comes from Finland.  Finland, as many of you may know, has almost completely eliminated all of their homelessness in their country.  I brought the basis of this project over to the United States three years ago and began using it to develop my own project to use here in California.  I have now completed that project and it is ready to be implemented.  The name of my project is called "A New Hope" and it will house and care for every homeless person here in California within two years or less.  What this means is that every homeless person that lies on our streets today, whether they are suffering from drug addiction, alcoholism, mental illness, financial instability or they simply do not wish to return to society, will be gently lifted off our streets and placed in a safe and secure environment, so that our sidewalks, parks, beaches, bridges, underpasses, freeways and roadways will be free, clear and clean for all citizens of California to use once again.

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The plan will build, from the ground up, not one, but three major metropolitan/residential cities – one in

the Northern part of California; the second Northeast of the Antelope Valley outside of Los

Angeles; and the third in the Southern tip of California with each having upper and middle class

areas, but also having a moderate class area with the capability of housing over 50,000 homeless

each.

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