In the race for the mayor's seat, L.A. City Controller Wendy Greuel considers herself a doer and not a supplier of rhetoric.
"My history as a council member, as controller is I am a doer and get things done," the 51-year-old said in a recent Daily News interview. "As controller, I have looked in every nook and cranny on how we spend money and have found savings."
Alongside opponents L.A. City Council Members Jan Perry and Eric Garcetti, as well as attorney and former talk radio host Kevin James, Greuel is vying for Mayor Antonio Villairagosa's job, which is vacating due to term limits after June 30.
Greuel supporters like fellow San Fernando Valley native and Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association President Richard Close sound off in the Daily News piece, as well as a few of the candidate's detractors.
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