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Central Labor Council Endorses Andrew Janz for Mayor of Fresno


FRESNO, Calif. (July 24th, 2019) — The Fresno-Madera-Tulare-Kings counties, Central Labor Council has endorsed Andrew Janz in his bid for Mayor of Fresno. 

“I’m proud to have the endorsement of the Central Labor Council and the local unions. I appreciate the trust and support they’ve bestowed upon me and look forward to working alongside them to continue to bring living-wage jobs and opportunities to the people of Fresno,” said Andrew Janz.


Dillon Savory, Executive Director of the Fresno-Madera-Tulare-Kings, Central Labor Council, said, “Andrew Janz is going to make a generational impact on the city of Fresno. His career as a district attorney has given him invaluable qualities that our Mayor’s office is so often lacking. He is principled, innovative and has undeniable integrity. These qualities alone set Andrew apart from recent mayors and others seeking the office in 2020. But his commitment to serving justice and reversing the trend of systemic poverty in our city has truly separated him from the competition. We believe that Fresno is prepared to break the cycle and elect a Mayor that is truly working for the people.”




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.


The Central Labor Council is comprised of 53 local unions that span four counties and represent more than 105,000 Central Valley residents.