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Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos makes his choice in Los Angeles mayoral race
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A message signed by Netflix Co-CEO Ted Sarandos that appeared as an advertisement on The Hollywood Reporter’s website ahead of Tuesday’s election expressed support for Los Angeles mayoral candidate Rick Caruso.
The digital ad, which FOX Business encountered on The Hollywood Reporter’s website Monday afternoon, encouraged Los Angeles residents to vote for Caruso for mayor. Sarandos, who described himself as a "lifetime Democrat" in the message, called the billionaire real estate developer "the Democrat I’ve been waiting for," according to the ad.
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In the ad, Sarandos told voters to cast their ballot for Caruso if they are "tired of the inhumane way the homeless population lives in this city, the filth that goes uncleaned, the corruption in city hall, shrinking law enforcement and rising crime and now, the threat of even high taxes." His mother-in-law, philanthropist Jacqueline Avant, was killed during a burglary at her Beverly Hills home in December 2021.
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"This city is at an inflection point," the ad continued. "This election is the most important in memory. There are problems in the world and in the country that need to be solved, but it starts locally."