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Election Day is here!


Finally, as California Democrats we have the opportunity to go to the polls and vote OUT Trump’s congressional clones here in California and elect Democrats here in our state who will continue fighting for our progressive values.


Together, we are going to take the House — and our country — back from Trump’s hateful, white nationalist agenda.


But only if we vote. Polls open at 7:00 a.m. across our state, and Californians will have until 8:00 p.m. to vote in person or drop off their mail-in ballots.


Just click here to look up your polling place — and then, go and vote!


Your voice counts, so be sure to vote up and down the ballot. Now, let’s go and make our voices heard.


Democratically yours,


Eric C. Bauman, Chair
California Democratic Party


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An open letter to Fresno voters

“I am not a politician, and my only motivation is to help Fresno
become a great city we can all be proud of.”

– David L. McDonald, Former Measure “Z” Campaign Chairman and Former CEO of Pelco

Dear Yes On P Supporter,

Your mailbox has been piling up with political ads, and at this time in the election season voters are becoming tired of conflicting messaging and misinformation. To set the record straight on the specifics of Measure P, our donor David McDonald has penned an open letter that can be read in today’s Fresno Bee.

Click here to read David McDonald’s open letter and learn about Measure P’s oversight, fiscal accountability, safety improvements, and fund allocations.

With only two days till the election, please forward this email to your friends and family so our residents have accurate information on Measure P and all the wonderful benefits it will bring to Fresno. The success of #YesOnP will rely on people like you who are willing to help us spread the message so EVERYONE in Fresno can have access to clean, safe neighborhood parks!

It’s not too late to help get out the Yes on P vote on Tuesday! Even if it’s just for a couple hours, you can make the difference in ensuring that everyone’s vote counts in this election. Sign up now and we’ll confirm all the details.

Paid for by Yes on P, Fresno for Clean, Safe Neighborhood Parks: A Coalition of Parents, Seniors, and Community Leaders, Sponsored by the Central Valley Community Foundation; committee major funding from:
David L. McDonald
Central Valley Community Foundation
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Fresno Democrats – Biased Poll Closure


November 3, 2018

Fresno Poll Closure Feeds Bias

fresno—The Fresno Bee recently reported that the Fresno County Registrar’s Office officially closed and reassigned the polling place at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Fresno. County officials claim the reason was that the church has a banner displayed on its property that reads “Black Lives Matter.”

By the county’s own admission, that banner does not violate any election laws, and yet the church still lost polling place status. The county’s FAQ Web site says that displaying a message of “Down With Liberals” would be perfectly acceptable as it doesn’t “advocate voting for or against a particular candidate or measure,” and yet the simple statement that “Black Lives Matter” is somehow more political and more objectionable. Moreover, the UU Church sign is well outside the 100-foot zone for restricted campaign activity.

According to Jordan Scott, the public information officer for Fresno County, the banner was discouraging people from coming to the polls and making them uncomfortable casting their vote on issues. The county said it had received calls indicating the sign made people feel threatened. In this case, the group receiving government protection is clearly those who feel Black lives should not matter.

“What a contradiction,” said Michael D. Evans, chair of the Fresno County Democratic Party. “In the current bizarre world of duplicitous doublespeak, this is somehow OK? A live person wearing a ‘Down With Liberals’ t-shirt or a ‘MAGA’ hat is far more threatening and intimidating than a sign that is not even close to a polling site.”

The polling site was moved to another, presumably less objectionable, church nearby. The objection to merely seeing the statement “Black Lives Matter” is inherently racist, and closing the polling place over those objections is an endorsement of the worst aspects in our society. It is not only voter suppression but also democracy suppression.

The Fresno County Registrar’s Office owes our community an apology and should prioritize First Amendment considerations in future polling site decisions.

People have the power. Vote on Nov. 6.

The Fresno County Democratic Party can be reached at 559-495-0606 or


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