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  • BERA STATEMENT ON NOVEMBER 19TH VOTE UPDATE FOR 7TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT RACE

    The Sacramento County Registrar of Voters announced today that Dr. Ami Bera has a 1432 vote lead over his opponent, with virtually all ballots counted.

    "It's been my honor serving this community as a doctor for the last nineteen years, and I am grateful I will have the opportunity to continue serving as the representative for California's 7th Congressional District in Congress."

  • BERA LEADS IN 7TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT RACE

    The Sacramento County Registrar of Voters announced today that Dr. Ami Bera is leading the race for the 7th Congressional District, with a 697 vote lead over his opponent.

    "I am confident after the numbers released today," said Dr. Ami Bera. "We need to continue to let the Registrar count the remaining ballots, and we know once all votes are tallied, we will win this election."

    The vast majority of ballots remaining to be counted are provisional ballots. In both 2010 and 2012, those same types of ballots significantly favored Bera.

  • BERA TAKES THE LEAD IN 7TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT RACE

    The Sacramento County Registrar of Voters announced today that Dr. Ami Bera took the lead in the race for the 7th Congressional District, picking up 1241 votes over his opponent. He now leads by 711 votes.

    "On Election Day, I said that I was confident we'd win this election and I'm encouraged by the numbers released today," said Dr. Ami Bera. "We need to let the Registrar continue to count the remaining ballots, and we're excited to see what the final margin will be."

  • BERA MAKES BIG GAINS IN TOO CLOSE TO CALL RACE

    The Sacramento County Registrar of Voters announced today that Dr. Ami Bera picked up 1,653 votes over his opponent, and is now down by just 530 votes. With many votes left to tally, the race for California's 7th Congressional District is still too close to call.

  • 79,000 BALLOTS LEFT TO COUNT IN SACRAMENTO COUNTY; BERA MAKING GAINS IN TOO CLOSE TO CALL RACE FOR 7TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

    The Sacramento County Registrar of Voters announced today that 79,000 ballots remain to be counted throughout the county, with Dr. Ami Bera picking up 828 votes over his opponent. With many votes left to tally, the race for California's 7th Congressional District is still too close to call.

    "The Sacramento County Registrar of Voters is doing a great job and we need to let them do their jobs and ensure every vote is counted," said Dr. Ami Bera. "Once that happens, I'm confident we have done what is needed to come out on top."

  • RACE FOR CALIFORNIA'S 7th CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT REMAINS TOO CLOSE TO CALL, WITH TENS OF THOUSANDS OF VOTES TO BE COUNTED

    The race for California's 7th Congressional District is still far too close to call, with tens of thousands of vote by mail ballots and provisional ballots still left to count.

    Dr. Ami Bera made the following statement:

  • DESPERATE OSE RELEASES LAST MINUTE MISLEADING ATTACK

    In a last ditch attempt to mislead Sacramento County voters, former Congressman Doug Ose has released a new ad described by the Sacramento Bee as "mostly misleading." The Ose campaign makes the completely unfounded claim that Dr. Bera has made millions while serving in Congress, but fails to acknowledge that former Congressman Ose, not only made at least $100 million when he was in Congress, but has also spent more than $2 million of that money trying to buy a return to Washington.

    Read the full ad check below:

  • THIS HALLOWEEN, THE SCARIEST THING AROUND IS CONGRESSMAN OSE'S RECORD ON WOMEN'S HEALTH

    What's the scariest thing around this Halloween for Sacramento County women? Ghosts, goblins, or ghouls? Nope. It's the thought of anti-women Congressman Doug Ose heading back to Washington.

    Ose's frightening record includes repeatedly voting for the Bush anti-choice agenda, against a woman's right to make her own personal health decisions, and even standing in support of the Hobby Lobby decision to deny women access to birth control.

  • FORMER CONGRESSMAN OSE GIVES HIS CAMPAIGN ANOTHER $1.1 MILLION IN BRAZEN ATTEMPT TO BUY A RETURN TO WASHINGTON

    Former Congressman Doug Ose has once again shown how desperate he is to save his stalling campaign, loaning his campaign another $1.125 million of his own money this week, bringing the total he spent just this month to more than $2 million. After tripling his wealth in Congress, Ose has spent more than $8 million of his own money trying to return to Washington.

  • Bill Clinton to headline rally for Democrat Ami Bera

    By Christopher Cadelago

    Former President Bill Clinton will return to the Sacramento region Wednesday to headline a rally for Democratic congressmen running in a pair of closely watched contests.

    Clinton is scheduled to appear with Democratic Reps. Ami Bera of Elk Grove and John Garamendi of Walnut Grove at the 12:30 p.m. event on the campus of the University of California, Davis. The former president attended a similar rally on behalf of Bera, Garamendi and others on the same campus in 2012.

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