Over the past few weeks, I have continued to focus on the issues that matter to you, like honoring our veterans, improving public safety, and protecting our natural resources.

Just a few weeks ago, I sent a letter to President Obama asking him to create a new federal task force to address the economic challenges faced by communities in the San Joaquin Valley.

A few weeks ago, I was excited to file my reelection paperwork for California’s Ninth Congressional District.  With your help, I will keep fighting for what’s right for you, for our district, and for our country. I’ve been hard at work on the issues that matter, and I’ll be sending you email updates like this

“I’m proud to represent the people of the Ninth Congressional District,” said Congressman McNerney. “No one works harder than the folks in my district, and I will continue to fight for them in Washington.”


Thursday, 24 October 2013 Published in Jerry McNerney, Press Release

For Immediate Release Oct. 24, 2013 Contact: press@jerrymcnerney.org   MCNERNEY ENDORSES MEASURES A & B Continues to Work to Keep Stockton Safe  Stockton, Calif. – Today, Congressman Jerry McNerney announced that he supports Measures A and B.  He cited his ongoing commitment to making the streets of Stockton safe so education and businesses can prosper as reasons for

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Republicans Announce Targets

Thursday, 17 January 2013 Published in 2013, Campaign, Jerry McNerney, Republicans

The National Republican Congressional Committee has (already!) announced 40 Congressional Democrats it wants to pick off in the next election — and Rep. Jerry McNerney isn’t one of them.

Thank you for all of your support that led to my successful re-election in California’s Ninth District.

We would contrast his 25-year-old opponent, Ricky Gill, a bright, well-spoken man seeking his first elected post. Gill lacks even a scintilla of public experience, save his service as an appointed student representative on the state school board when he was in high school. Further, since he graduated from law school earlier this year, he