CA State Treasure, Fiona Ma Endorses Andrew Janz in His Race For Mayor of Fresno
FRESNO, Calif. (June 26, 2019) — Fiona Ma, California’s State Treasurer, endorses Fresno County Deputy District Attorney Andrew Janz in his race for Mayor of Fresno as she makes the penultimate stop in her ‘Building for California’s Future’ housing tour. Andrew will be joining Ma when she visits Fresno on Friday.
Ma said, “Andrew’s public service record and educational background make him the clear choice to be Fresno’s next mayor. He will be a strong proponent of job creation and local economic development. I look forward to working with Andrew to create more housing and safe neighborhoods.”
“I’m honored to have the State Treasurer’s endorsement. I also look forward to working with her in taking the steps necessary to fix Fresno’s housing crisis which exacerbates some of the city’s other major issues like homelessness and crime,” Andrew said. He added that “creating more accessible housing and fully funding this initiative will be one of my top priorities as mayor.”
Andrew has a bachelor’s degree in Economics and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration. While in college, he worked on a number of issues to improve the quality of student life on campus, was appointed to a statewide strategic planning commission tasked with mapping the future of higher education in California, and was selected to attend the prestigious Panetta Institute for Public Policy founded by former CIA Director Leon Panetta.
Andrew Janz is a Fresno County prosecutor running for Mayor of Fresno. Andrew’s top priorities are addressing poverty and long-term homelessness, expanding funding for parks and open spaces, and enhancing public safety. Janz is 35 years old and resides in Fresno with his wife Heather and their two dogs.