Tuesday , February 27 2024

Fresno Mayoral Candidates File Semi-Annual Campaign Disclosures

Late last month, those hoping for the City of Fresno’s top job filed their semi-annual campaign disclosures, showing the cash campaigns have on hand up until the end of June, and where it came from. The adage is that those who raise and spend the most money often win elections. Last year, Fresno County Prosecutor Andrew Janz raised millions in his effort to unseat Congressman Devin Nunes. In his current bid for Fresno mayor, Janz raised nearly $ 70,000 in monetary contributions in about two months. “We’re trying to run a positive, issues-based campaign,” says Janz. “We want to make sure that we don’t take money from folks that have really had a stranglehold on city politics, which are really, I think, folks who live in North Fresno and developers.” Janz adds, he doesn’t think developers are bad, but he says the city has a “history of corruption” when it comes to accepting donations from them. Only about a quarter of gifts Janz received prior to July are from Fresno residents, but he
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