Recently I’ve read letters that containing shock the Josh Harder didn’t attend the bipartisan water rally in Sacramento or a Farm Bureau debate on Monday. While I completely agree he should have been there, him not showing up to these events should be the least bit surprising. All you have to do is look at the fact that 99% of his campaign contributions come from the Bay Area and Silicon Valley and his absence makes sense. They’re the ones leading the charge for our water, so could you imagine what they would do if they saw a candidate they backed at a water rally? The financial record sure suggest that Harder’s water loyalty might lie with the Bay Area.

Dan Ramirez


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