Following His Observation Of The City’S “Decline” Into “Utter Disarray,” Chris Pratt Supports Billionaire Rick Caruso For Mayor Of Los Angeles

On Sunday, Chris Pratt endorsed a political candidate ahead of the midterm elections, endorsing billionaire Rick Caruso in the Los Angeles mayoral race.

Pratt, 43, took to Instagram stories to campaign for Caruso, the former Los Angeles Police Commission president.

Caruso In 1985, he is appointed to the Department of Water and Power by Mayor Tom Bradley of the City of Los Angeles.

“I’ve been in Los Angeles for over 20 years. It’s been fantastic for me. “In that time, I’ve witnessed what many residents here have witnessed: the city’s gradual decline into pain and complete disarray,” Pratt wrote online. “If you live here, you know what I mean.” I don’t usually back political candidates. But there’s too much at stake in this election.”

“If you’re an “I urge you, LA voter, to vote for @rickcarusola,” he added. “He works as a builder. He knows how to complete the task. He’s the man for our town.”
Maria Shriver, Pratt’s mother-in-law, also announced her vote and has long supported Caruso on Twitter.


“This race is extremely close, and every vote counts. If you want Los Angeles to be something other than it is now, @RickCarusoLA is the obvious choice. The city’s future depends on change. It’s up to us now – let’s go! “She used Twitter.
Caruso, who previously registered as a Republican, will face Congresswoman Karen Bass in the midterm elections on Tuesday. Bass will be in November 2020. She will be re-elected to her sixth term in the 37th Congressional District.

Bass served in the California State Assembly for six years, representing the 47th district.
Bass and Caruso are running to replace outgoing Mayor Eric Garcetti. Still, the hotly contested race has divided Los Angeles between the real estate developer (known for hotspots such as The Grove and The Commons in Calabasas) and a Former social worker who has spent decades advocating for Los Angeles communities.

Kim Kardashian backed Caruso in May, and Katy Perry tweeted her support for Caruso the following month. Caruso is also supported by Snoop Dogg, Elon Musk, and Gwyneth Paltrow.

According to government records, Caruso was a Republican for over two decades before becoming independent in 2011. Caruso reverted to Republican in 2016, the year he served as California campaign co-chair for Republican John Kasich’s presidential bid, and then to independent in 2019. He switched parties shortly before running for mayor in February.

Along with Steven Speilberg, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Danny Trejo, and former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, President Barack Obama recently endorsed Bass.

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