The Fresno County Democratic Central Committee has not endorsed any candidate in this race.
I hope this finds you well.
As you may have heard, I recently launched my campaign for California’s 10th Congressional district against Jeff Denham. This is a national targeted race and one we know we can win.
Raising money and asking for money is not simple. I’m reaching out to my close friends, neighbors, and network, asking for your support. Our first quarter deadline is Saturday, September 30th. That’s two days from now. Since this is our first fundraising deadline, it is critical that I raise a significant amount of money to show that I’m serious.
Can I count on your support? Checks can be written to: TJ Cox for Congress, PO BOX 3613, Modesto, CA 95352. Or please donate online by going to https://tjcoxforcongress.com/donate
The last time I ran in 2006, the Modesto Bee endorsed me saying I was “an ideal fit for the District.” I’m an even better fit today. There’s a ton of interest in the race. The other night we had a Democratic candidate debate in Turlock and 250 people showed up! Below are the results of the debate. We did well. As a matter of fact, we won over the majority of the likely voters. This illustrates that I understand the issues and that my background in building community health clinics and other community like-minded projects in the underserved neighborhood, speaks volumes with voters. Now I need the resources to take my message out to voters.
I’m coming up against an all-too-important September 30th fundraising deadline. I’d be grateful if you could make a contribution at your earliest opportunity. The maximum amount an individual can donate is $2,700 per election. I hope you’ll consider. https://tjcoxforcongress.com/donate.
Fee free to reach me directly on my cell at (559) 273-6466.
P.S. If you already donated, thank you for your early support and trust. It means a great deal to me.
TJ Cox is an engineer and small businessman whose passion is community development. A native Californian and son of two hard-working immigrants, his parents instilled in him the importance of hard work, personal responsibility, and community. He is founder of the Central Valley NMTC Fund, which invests in socially and economically disadvantaged communities throughout the Central Valley of California. Starting from a single dollar in 2011, TJ has since raised and invested over $65 million for community health clinics, job training facilities and clean energy plants – projects that make a difference in the lives of Central Valley families. TJ is married to Kathleen Murphy, M.D, a pediatric intensive care physician. They are the proud parents of four children.