Andrew Janz for Fresno Mayor
Andrew Janz is a Fresno County prosecutor running for Mayor of Fresno. Andrew’s top priorities are addressing poverty and long-term homelessness, expanding funding for parks and open spaces, and enhancing public safety. Janz is 35 years old and resides in Fresno with his wife Heather and their two dogs.
Andrew has prosecuted a number of high-profile cases including those against gang members, career criminals, and would-be murderers. He has risen quickly through the ranks of the District Attorney’s office and is currently assigned to the Violent Crimes Unit.
In January 2019, Andrew founded an organization aimed at promoting voting rights called the Voter Protection Project. In 2018, Andrew challenged the eight-term Republican Devin Nunes for his congressional seat in one of the most watched House races in the country. Andrew raised over $9.2 million, the most of any House-side challenger in the country, in his bid to unseat the former House Intelligence Committee Chairman.
He campaigned on ending corruption in Washington, expanding access to clean drinking water for Valley residents, the need for comprehensive immigration reform, and increasing federal funding for local infrastructure projects. Nunes narrowly defeated Andrew by a margin of 53 percent to 47 percent.
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