Wednesday, June 14, 2017

600,000+ Applicants Expected in Los Angeles for Section 8 Voucher Lottery: Only 3% Will Even Be Placed on Waiting List...

All wars arrive from population pressure?

Well, what's happening in the United States of America, with the extreme growth redistribution of wealth to help primarily nonwhites through EBT/Snap, welfare, healthcare and housing via Section 8 Vouchers, we might be reaching critical mass.

Example: Los Angeles.  It's been 13 years since Los Angeles opened the waiting list for Section 8 Vouchers, which only gets you placed in the lottery program. Back in 2004, 300,000 people applied.

In 2017, officials anticipate 600,000 applying to be part of the subsidized housing program, with only 20,000 names eventually pulled out in the lottery system to be placed on the waiting list.

Translation: only 3 percent of those 600,000 people applying in Los Angeles for Section 8 Vouchers will even get to the lottery stage. Those 20,000 "Section 8 Voucher lottery winners" will then be waiting a new voucher to come available (roughly 2,400 do each year in L.A.).

Interestingly enough, the city of Los Angeles has 50,000 vouchers, only covering eight percent of those who will be applying for the chance to be part of the lottery system.

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