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Dear Friends,

Thank you for visiting my campaign website. If your intention was to visit my official House of Representatives website, please click here. My offices and numerous community partners have worked very hard to build on the successes we achieved in local job development, federally funded transportation projects to ease traffic congestion, environmental cleanup of our contaminated water resources, provide on-site counselors to deliver mental health services for 26 local schools and other initiatives that address the significant needs of our District and California.

My pledge is to continue to utilize the leadership and seniority in Washington to bring real, measurable improvements that directly benefit you, our cities, communities, schools, businesses and stakeholders.

Our record is clear: despite partisan gridlock in Washington, working with colleagues, regardless of party, we have together found solutions to address our local and area needs.

Given our national leadership dealing with instability throughout the world, our still-recovering economy, the serious drought affecting our state, the necessity to reach compromise on immigration reform, skyrocketing costs for college, demand for mental health awareness and services to reduce stigma and prevent violence and most importantly, continued progress in creating more jobs for our local economy, all give me great motivation to continue fighting and delivering to and for my constituents.

I respectfully request your support.

Thank you,


Congresswoman Grace Napolitano Announces Bid for Re-Election

SEPTEMBER 30, 2019

EL MONTE, CA – El Monte, CA—Congresswoman Grace Napolitano officially announced her campaign for re-election today. Napolitano, who won her first election for City Council in 1986 and has not lost a race since, is seeking a twelfth term in Congress.

In announcing her campaign, Napolitano released the following statement: “In Congress, I have leveraged my seniority to deliver results for my cities, my state, and my country. I am proud of what we have accomplished, but plenty of important work lays ahead. The economy is key for the success of our businesses, as is mental health services for those needing it most, especially our service men and women. Programs like the National Guard Youth Challenge, which I have championed, are making a difference for hundreds of youth in our area. I am excited to announce my campaign for re-election, and I look forward to continuing to serve the San Gabriel Valley in Congress.”


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