Category Archives: Candidate News

22 Mar
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Walk this weekend for Mike Wells, City Council District 7

From the Mike Wells for City Council District 7 campaign: We’re talking with voters in Fresno City Council District 7 and we need your help this weekend. Join us: Saturday, March 22, 2014 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM 1305 E. ...

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22 Mar
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Renteria campaign releases Central Valley Issue survey

From the Amanda Renteria for Congress campaign: Our campaign is about folks like you. I want you to make your voice heard, and that means letting us know firsthand what issues you’d like to see Congress tackle. We’re asking you ...

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22 Mar
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Magdalena Gomez For Supervisor District 4 releases campaign statement, needs your support

From the Magdalena Gomez for Supervisor 2014 campaign: Campaign Note: MAGDALENA GOMEZ FOR SUPERVISOR 2014 I am writing to let you know that I have decided to embark on a new journey in which I will take all the skills that ...

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22 Mar
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Walk for Blong Xiong March 22

From our friends at the Blong Xiong for Supervisor campaign: 

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20 Mar
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Xiong earns endorsement of Fresno County Democrats

From the Blong Xiong for Supervisor campaign: Dear Friends, I’m excited to announce that I’ve received the Fresno County Democratic Party’s endorsement. Momentum is definitely building in our campaign. I’m proud of my democratic record of fighting for working families. On ...

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12 Mar
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‘Friends of Renteria’ to host event March 14

From the Friends of Renteria group, which supports the Amanda Renteria for Congress campaign: Please Join Pat Brown, Michael Evans, Howard Watkins and Patsy Montgomery (Host Committee in Formation) for a special evening in support of  Amanda Renteria,  Candidate in ...

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12 Mar
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Renteria campaign seeking support against Paul Ryan’s campaign to destroy Medicare

From the Amanda Renteria for Congress campaign: Central Valley families can’t afford Paul Ryan. Last year, Ryan tried to pass a budget that ended the Medicare guarantee for seniors, cut critical education funding for students, and raised taxes on hard-working ...

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