Off duty firemen, from left, Jerry Fernandez, Frank Johnson, Jr., and Casey Craig went door-to-door Feb. 11 in Oakhurst’s Broadview Terrace subdivision encouraging residents to vote yes on Measure L and asking permission to place “Yes on L” signs on their property. The precinct walking is part of a concentrated “Yes on L” campaign that also includes multiple mailings and direct phone calls to voters.
Off duty firemen, from left, Jerry Fernandez, Frank Johnson, Jr., and Casey Craig went door-to-door Feb. 11 in Oakhurst’s Broadview Terrace subdivision encouraging residents to vote yes on Measure L and asking permission to place “Yes on L” signs on their property. The precinct walking is part of a concentrated “Yes on L” campaign that also includes multiple mailings and direct phone calls to voters. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
Off duty firemen, from left, Jerry Fernandez, Frank Johnson, Jr., and Casey Craig went door-to-door Feb. 11 in Oakhurst’s Broadview Terrace subdivision encouraging residents to vote yes on Measure L and asking permission to place “Yes on L” signs on their property. The precinct walking is part of a concentrated “Yes on L” campaign that also includes multiple mailings and direct phone calls to voters. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

Push begins to pass Measure L in Madera County

February 14, 2017 01:05 PM

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