After last night’s Democrat Debate highlighted Michael Bloomberg explaining how he spent $100 million to give San Francisco Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi the House Speaker position and put her in charge, as he stated he bought them, it further highlighted the Central Valley’s nationally targeted Congressional Seat that was flipped from Republican Rep. Jeff Denham to Democrat Josh Harder in 2018.
Today at 1:45pm, it was announced that Republican House Leader Kevin McCarthy (R – CA-D23, Bakersfield) jumped into his neighboring Central Valley Congressional race to help beat back the outside Democrat money and SF volunteers that have poured into the Stanislaus/San Joaquin Counties election. McCarthy endorsed Turlock’s Congressional Candidate Ted Howze, who states that he is fighting to take the CA District 10 Seat back. Many claim 2018 was a SF/Bay Area/DC Democrat power grab in 2018, and what Bloomberg was referencing regarding taking over the House for Nancy Pelosi.
“I proudly endorse Ted Howze for Congress,” Congressman McCarthy wrote. “Ted has what it takes to honorably serve and win back California’s 10th Congressional District. Ted’s local roots run deep and I know he will put the Central Valley first. He has my full support and I look forward to campaigning and eventually serving with him on Capitol Hill.”
In response, Howze noted, “I’m proud to receive the endorsement of Kevin McCarthy and to have Central Valley and national leaders like him unifying around our campaign. He understands the Valley and knows that we have a real opportunity to get positive change for the country beginning right here in the heartland of California.”