Healthcare is personal

Healthcare is personal

Cancer screenings. Exams. Visits to your doctor. 


Healthcare is deeply personal — and it’s also life-saving. But for millions of Americans, it’s all at risk. 


Amid the headlines and tweets, we can’t forget that tomorrow marks one month since President Trump and his allies were in court to strike down the entire Affordable Care Act. 


We’re still waiting for the court’s decision. If the President is successful, millions of Americans could lose their healthcare. 


Healthcare is at risk

If the President gets his way, over 130,000,000 Americans could lose healthcare protections


We’re standing in his way. We know healthcare is a right — not a privilege. And we won’t stop fighting. Join us: 



It’s 2019, we should be expanding healthcare — not taking it away. 





Fed up with the inaction.

Fed up with the inaction.


As a father, I’m still heartbroken thinking about the tragedy that struck our neighbors in Gilroy, CA. Families went out to enjoy a long-running community festival. They never thought for a second they’d be running for their lives and shielding loved ones. And then a few days later, the same thing happened in El Paso and Dayton.

Enough is enough.

I’m tired of the “thoughts and prayers” rhetoric we get from bought-out politicians. And I’m fed up with the inaction from the Senate. Back in February, I proudly voted for a House bill that expanded background checks on all gun sales and transfers. That bill passed with bipartisan support. But that bill, sadly, is still languishing on Mitch McConnell’s desk today.

If that’s not bad enough, it’s likely that I’ll be running against someone who will contribute even more to the gridlock when it comes to commonsense gun reforms. David Valadao took $50,000 from the NRA.


Fresno School Board Meeting

Fresno School Board Meeting


Date: August 7 Time: 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm Event Category:Local Events

The Fresno School Board is moving to censure this man…but it’s our job as a community to make sure that he isn’t allowed to bully our children, the teachers that we entrust to educate them, or the staff that is hired to run and keep our schools safe.

Our school district needs to understand and see that we care about the direction of the educational infrastructure in our city. – pages 1-10 give detail as to what will be happening/discussed during each section of the schedule


Fresno Unified School District Board Meeting 2309 Tulare St 
Fresno, CA 93721 + Google Map

Back to School Rally- Sat. August 10th

Back to School Rally- Sat. August 10th

Subject: Back to School Rally- Sat. August 10th



The Fresno Chapter of the Black American Political Association of California (BAPAC) in partnership with Cecil Hinton Center, Terence Frazier, and Esmeralda Soria (Fresno City Councilwoman and 2020 Candidate for US House of Representatives) to host a Back to School Rally this Saturday, August 10th from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.


Attending school aged children will be provided with a supply filled backpack (while supplies last). All attendees will be fed hotdogs, chips, and snow cones.


This is a community event and all are welcomed to attend.


Saturday, August 10th

10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Cecil Hinton Center

2385 S Fairview Ave.

Fresno, CA  93706

See you all on Saturday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




This message is being sent for the Fresno Chapter of BAPAC