Category Archives: News

24 Sep
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Councilmember Soria Along With Elected Latino Leaders Held A Press Conference To Proclaim September as “Latino Voter Registration Month” Dear Friends, As we continue to celebrate our history and culture during Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15th – October 15th), we ...

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23 Sep
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Debate Watch Parties Join fellow Democrats to watch the First Presidential Debate on Monday, September 26, at 6 p.m. at the Democratic Party HQ (1035 U St., across from Office Depot in downtown Fresno). Immediately preceding the watch party (starting ...

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23 Sep
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PRESS RELEASE September 22, 2016 Competence for a Better Future FRESNO—Hillary Clinton is the only major candidate who is qualified to undertake the job of President of the United States. She has spent her life learning how our government works ...

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21 Sep
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  PRESS RELEASE September 21, 2016 Local Democrats Announce Official Endorsements   FRESNO—The Fresno County Democratic Party has concluded its process for endorsements in local races. The list of endorsees, including the previously endorsed candidates at the state and federal ...

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21 Sep
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Fresno County Democratic Women’s Club Fresno, California  Founded in 1932: The Oldest Continuously Operating Democratic Club in California P.O. BOX 5055 Fresno, California 93755-5055 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The FRESNO COUNTY DEMOCRATIC WOMEN’S CLUB (FCDWC), founded in 1932, started the MANNING ...

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21 Sep
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PRESS RELEASE September 20, 2016 Experience, Competence and Strength FRESNO—What America needs in a president is experience, competency and strength. Over Hillary Clinton’s lifelong career of public service, she has proven that she possesses those qualities. Donald Trump, on the ...

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20 Sep
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Dear Supporter, We have just completed traveling to all 10 California Counties in U.S. Congressional District #4.   Over the past 2 weeks, I have talked with voters from all corners of the district and discussed their thoughts,  issues, and concerns. ...

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