Michael Eggman (D), challenger to incumbent U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) for California’s 10th Congressional District seat will not have the opportunity to vote for himself during the Nov. 4 General Election.
TurlockCityNews.com reported in April that Eggman was not a registered voter in Stanislaus County despite running to represent the area in the U.S. House of Representatives. As of Oct. 29, according to the Stanislaus County Elections office, Eggman is still not registered to vote in Stanislaus County.
As of Oct. 30 there was one Michael Eggman registered to vote in Fresno County. While we are not able to confirm that it is in fact the candidate for Congress, Eggman confirmed in April that it was his place of registration.
Eric Goldman, Eggman’s campaign manager, did not respond to request for comment.
Eggman, an almond farmer and beekeeper, with operations in both Turlock and Fresno, stated that he splits his time between the two cities, though, the Stanislaus County Tax Collector was unable to find a business license for a business operating at the address of Eggman’s Turlock property, as previously reported by TurlockCityNews.com.
Voters registered in the 10th Congressional District will have the opportunity to decide between Eggman and Denham during the Nov. 4 election.