Every Tuesday Vigil deliver apple pie, birthday card to Nunes Office but are locked out

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Who’s Afraid of Nancy Pelosi? — Hint: Republicans

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Fresno County Democratic Party

You have the right to benefits and to be part of a Union because of the struggle and sacrifices made by workers for more than a century. Don’t take your rights for granted, the fight still continues…

Fake Nunes

The real ‘fake news’ is Devin Nunes’ ad about The Bee

You might be seeing or hearing an ad paid for by the campaign to re-elect Devin Nunes as congressman for the 22nd District. The Fresno Bee is the subject of his ad. Actually, his anger at The Bee is the real subject, but Nunes hides it behind wanting to protect what he calls a family owned winery and vineyard.

Senator Scott Wiener reception

Information about the five propositions that will be on the ballot June 5.

 


Your guide to the 5 propositions on California’s primary ballot

More than $1.5 billion would be earmarked for wildlife habitats and rivers or coastal areas, as well as efforts to prepare for climate change. Almost $1.3 billion would be directed toward parks and open space in low-income communities. Another $1.27 billion would go toward water needs, the largest share of that being for flood protection and groundwater needs.

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Many voters don’t know you need two stamps for mail-in ballots

SAN DIEGO (CBS8) – If you are sending in a mail-in ballot, you will need an additional 20 cents. The ballot is two pages, which means it will cost a total of 67 cents to mail it back, not the standard 47 cents.

Struggling To Hold His Seat, Devin Nunes Blames ‘Radical Leftists’

In a blistering editorial, Nunes’ hometown newspaper slammed his performance as a congressman, calling it “nothing short of embarrassing.”

“He certainly isn’t representing his Central Valley constituents or Californians, who care much more about health care, jobs and, yes, protecting Dreamers than about the latest conspiracy theory,” the editorial stated. “Instead, he’’s doing dirty work for House Republican leaders trying to protect President Donald Trump in the Russia investigation.”

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But thanks in large part to his disgraceful performance over the past year, his district is no longer considered a “safe Republican” seat, according to top election forecaster Larry Sabato.

As Nunes struggles to keep his campaign afloat, his Democratic challenger — Fresno County Deputy District Attorney Andrew Janz — continues to have fundraising success, taking in more than $1 million in the first quarter of 2018.

Nunes can whine about “radical leftists” and the “nasty” mainstream media all he wants, but blaming his problems on imaginary boogeymen isn’t going to help him. His re-election campaign is failing because he is failing at his job.

Source: Struggling To Hold His Seat, Devin Nunes Blames ‘Radical Leftists’

Congressman Jim Costa Campaign Kick-Off

Clovis Democratic Club Endorses Andrew Janz for CD-22