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Villaraigosa is Vague on Plans if Re-Elected in NBC Interview

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NBC interviewed Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa this week asking questions about his accomplishments and if he'll make a run for governor. To the latter topic , there was no direct yes or no answer, but the usual "I'm focusing on my reelection right now" spiel. But perhaps the most poignant thing NBC said in their text about the video was this:

With the March 3 primary election a week away, Los Angeles Mayor Incumbent Antonio Villaraigosa isn’t promising anything about the next four years. Talking to Channel4's News, Raw Villaraigosa remains vague about his future plans if re-elected.

But Villaraigosa has his own take on the press pushing certain issues. "You've got to make news," he said.