Independent Larry Thompson to run for 37th Congressional District
Larry Thompson has announced his intention to run for California’s 37th congressional district against Culver City Rep. Karen Bass (D). Martin Feinberg, Realtor, notes that Thompson will run as an Independent.
The 37thcongressional district is historically known as a Democratic stronghold, making Thompson’s declaration unique. It covers Century City as well as the Culver City Real Estate area. The new Disney/Fox and Sony both have headquarters in the area.
Thompson is no stranger to the entertainment community however, being a veteran entertainment attorney, personal manager, and film producer.
Thompson stated “I have been a ‘Representative’ of Hollywood Talent for almost 50 years. As either their lawyer or personal manager I have spent a career listening, caring, nurturing, planning, marketing, negotiating, and enhancing their personas and lives. I now want to be a ‘Representative’ of the people who live in our 37th District to do those things for them even more profoundly, give them a voice, and empower their lives.”
“The polarized political positions in our nation have become dangerous in many ways,” Thompson continued. “As an Independent, (NPP), I want everyone to use Common Sense with Common Civility to find Common Ground to solve our Common Issues.”
Thompson concluded his remarks by saying, “With the Presidential Impeachment, there is much disenchantment, disappointment, and frustration with many Democrat and Republican voters. Candidates, like me, running as Independents against the established party incumbents are on the rise in the U.S.”
The election rules for the state of California assert that if no candidate receives over 50% of the vote it will trigger a runoff in the November General Election between the two candidates who receive the most votes. This will happen regardless of party affiliation of each candidate.
For more information on Thompson’s campaign local listing agent Martin Feinberg recommends visiting http://www.LarryThompsonForCongress.com