The Glendale News-Press article on Sept. 17, "Neighbors say they haven't seen much of Ramani," is disappointing on two fronts.
First, the News-Press rehashes old news over and over again as though it was fresh information. Ramani issued a release at the beginning of the campaign that he was taking up residence in Burbank to qualify for the Assembly race, and that if he won that seat he would move his family into the district, so there was no news there.
Then a supporter of Assemblyman Mike Gatto files a complaint with the Los Angeles County district attorney's office about Ramani's residence, starting an investigation mandated by law. The News-Press implies that the district attorney's office is actively pursuing the matter. This then is supported by your reporter waking up some sleepy tenants in Ramani's apartment building to find out if they have seen him, and then the article leads with the revelation that they haven't seen much of him. Might that be because he is out early morning till late at night campaigning and working among the people?