Special Interest Spend Big to Protect
Fresno, CA (August 27, 2018) – A mailer was sent out on behalf of Devin Nunes that’s subsidized by “Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease,” a group that’s funded by big pharmaceutical research and manufacturing corporations. This is an effort to keep his seat against political newcomer Andrew Janz. See direct mail piece below:
In direct opposition to the pay to play nature of Washington insiders, Andrew Janz has rejected all corporate money. It’s no wonder that corporate America is desperate to keep their favorite Congressman in office.
“I don’t take a dime from big pharma, the Koch brothers, or Wall Street like my opponent. That’s why you can count on me when I promise to go to Washington and fight for the residents of the Central Valley. No wonder we haven’t seen any action on poverty, water security, or education. They aren’t the ones lining Devin’s campaign coffers,” said Andrew Janz.
Andrew Janz recently passed the 5 million dollar raised mark since announcing in April 2017 without taking a dime of corporate money.
Devin Nunes is the 8-term incumbent for California Congressional District 22 who became a national lightning rod after his midnight trip to the White House in 2017. Most recently Devin Nunes has come under national and local scrutiny for his most recent ethical missteps in spending thousands of campaign dollars on Boston Celtics tickets, wine tours, and Las Vegas getaways. He has not held a town hall since 2010.
Andrew Janz is running against 8-term incumbent Devin Nunes in California’s 22nd Congressional District. Andrew has hosted public meetings every single week across the 22nd district for the past 16 months. Andrew Janz is a local Fresno County prosecutor and resides in Fresno with his wife and two dogs.