RELEASE: JOSH HARDER RAISES $500,000+ FROM BAY AREA IN OCTOBER

PRESS RELEASE

11/02/2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Josh Whitfield (209) 985-1784

JOSH HARDER RAISES $500,000+ FROM BAY AREA IN OCTOBER

Harder’s Financial Support and GOTV Effort Continue to Be Dominated By Bay Area Liberals

MODESTO, CA – According to the FEC, Josh Harder pulled in more than $500,000 from Bay Area donors in the month of October. This is a continuation of his significant fundraising efforts in San Francisco and surrounding cities. To date, Josh Harder has raised more than $3.4 million from the Bay Area, including more than $1 million from San Francisco alone.

In addition, Harder’s campaign is staffed by over 1,000 San Francisco volunteers, with more to come before election day. It’s obvious that San Francisco is very interested in electing Josh Harder because he shares their values and will vote for their interests in Congress. 

“Harder’s campaign is funded and staffed by people who support the State Water Grab,” said Jeff Denham. “I’ve enlisted the Administration to bring water to the Valley while Bay Area liberals work to steal our water.”

An example of how liberal San Francisco can be, they recently voted unanimously to support the State Water Grab that will devastate the Valley and leave our Ag economy without enough water to operate the farms that feed the country. As noted by the Sacramento Bee, and early version of the resolution specifically called out local farmer Jeff Denham for his roll in fighting the State Water Grab.

An early version of the resolution explicitly says the city must divorce itself from the Trump administration and its congressional allies such as Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Turlock, who’s branded the state plan a “water grab

President Trump recently signed an executive action designed to speed up the development of water resources for the Central Valley. Trump also signed Jeff Denham’s New WATER Act last week that will create, for the first time, federal financing for water storage projects here in the Valley.

“Harder’s base of support is in the Bay Area,” said Campaign Manager Josh Whitfield. “If it were local, he’d never aligned himself with the people trying to take our water.”

Harder did not vote in Stanislaus County since 2008 and moved his voter registration to San Francisco to vote for Nancy Pelosi in the 2016 General Election. He changed his registration to Stanislaus County five months before filing to run for Congress while living in San Francisco.

For more information, contact Josh Whitfield at (209) 985-1784

Election day is November 6th, 2018. You can learn more about Congressman Jeff Denham and his campaign by visiting www.jeffdenham.com

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