Assemblyman Scott Wildman (D-Glendale), a Senate candidate, said he
has stressed constituent services during his three years in the
"I've tried to make government accessible to regular citizens," he
Wildman also talked about legislation he had introduced: bills
tightening restrictions on body armor, regulating the bounty hunter
industry and working for tax cuts to keep the entertainment industry in
"I've been the man who has been fighting that battle," Wildman said.
Assemblyman Jack Scott (D-Montrose), Wildman's opponent, reminded him
there was still work to be done.
"Thus far, there hasn't been any bill passed by the Legislature, and
thus, the jobs have not been saved," he said. David Wallis, a
Republican, criticized all his opponents -- he said Wildman's body armor
bill was small potatoes and accused both Wildman and Scott of not doing
much during three years in the Assembly.
Wallis even criticized his Republican opponent, South Pasadena City
Councilman Paul Zee, for traffic in his city.