Meet Marisa & Melissa

Marisa is running for Congress, CA-20 against Kevin McCarthy, Melissa for California Senate SD-16 (incumbent).

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New Booth Pop-up Unveiled

New Tees as well. Thanks to Karla’s diligent, ahem, tentacity, we have lotsa new stuff.

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Dolores Huerta Action Fund canvassing application

The Dolores Huerta Action Fund is seeking canvassers willing to work as part of a seasonal campaign team engaging in door to door canvassing in the Kings and Tulare County.

Canvassers will make $22 an hour, work from 25 to 40 hours a week and gas/cell phone stipends will be provided. Clear here to sign up.

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Two ways you can help elect local Democrats

You take the odds, I’ll take the evens and we’ll meet in the middle..

If you like to interact one-on-one with voters or potential voters by going door-to-door then we have a way for you to participate by clicking here.

If phone banking is more your cup o’ tea then we have that too! Click here to learn more and sign up.

Jose Sigala is running for California Assembly District 33, Melissa Hurtado for California Senate District 15 and Rudy Salas for Congress, CA-22. They could surely use your help to cross the finish line and would appreciate it deeply!

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Meet & Greet in September

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What’s in Inflation Reduction Act

✔️$370 billion climate/energy funding
✔️Medicare negotiates rx prices
✔️Medicare out-of-pocket cap: $2,000
✔️Medicare insulin cap
✔️3-year Affordable Care Act $ extension
✔️$5 billion drought resiliency
✔️15% corporate minimum tax
✔️1% excise tax stock buybacks
✔️Extra IRS enforcement

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Biden/Harris accomplishments with a 50/50 Senate in under two years:

✔️ Inflation Reduction Act
✔️ American Rescue Plan Act
✔️ COVID extensions
✔️ Bipartisan Safer Communities Act
✔️ Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act
✔️ The PACT Act
✔️ Chips and Science Act

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Conservatives vs. KKK: Spot the Difference

When you’re accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression.

The Daily Show certainly do their homework.

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I drive an EV – and it’s EZ (mostly)

The dashboard of my Chevrolet Bolt EV

So science indicates that global warming is causing climate to change. In the case of our Sierra Nevada mountains, for example, that’s not a good thing and rather an understatement these days. And as the Sierras go, so we go as it’s pretty much our only source of water, which we all agree we kinda need.

Welp. One solution to our growing instability caused by unsustainable emissions of CO2 into our atmosphere (like dumping garbage on your front lawn) is to not contribute to fossil fuel emissions – you know, the invisible carbon pollution from your gas-burning car.

How fast, how much and how far?

My 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV, on a good day, can do 275 miles with some caveats such as wind, cold, rain (what’s rain, right?) but generally I can travel about 200 miles comfortably on a charge. So, for example, if I’m traveling to San Diego from Hanford, I could do it with around 2 stops for “juice” (and I have done it). Along the 99 & 5 corridors, I’d have access to about 100 or more fast-charging sites along the way, so it’s no sweat to pick your spot for a break, and plug in while your at it.

If you want to learn more about EV ownership, we can help by hitting the Contact button above. I’m not the only EV owner on the committee, so we are a pretty savvy group of folks who can help. My odo above now shows over 80,000 miles of trouble-free (mostly) usage and it’s actually fun to own & drive a good EV.

Trip plan display on the Bolt EV via Apple Car Play and the MyChevrolet app. Departed SFO, headed home via Gilroy DC fast charger at a Chevron station.

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Jose Sigala for Assembly

Jose Sigala, candidate for California Assembly District 33, shares thoughts with Hanford voters

“I will provide the LEADERSHIP, bring the CHANGE and deliver the RESULTS needed for our 33rd District Communities—Tulare, Porterville, Reedley, Kingsburg, Hanford, Lemoore, Avenal, Corcoran, Dinuba, Farmersville, Lindsay, Woodlake and portions of northern Visalia as well as rural communities.” -Jose Sigala

As the photo indicates, Jose is a frequent guest at our Jimmy Carter Club booth at Thursday Night Market in downtown Hanford, so stop by there for the chance that you might share your thoughts with a great candidate, otherwise contact his team as his website.

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