FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 29, 2020
CA 04: Businesswoman Brynne Kennedy Will Vote In-Person in Rocklin Today
Incumbent Rep. Tom McClintock is NOT Legally Eligible to Vote in the 4th District
ROSEVILLE, CA – Businesswoman Brynne Kennedy will cast her ballot early in a down-to-the-wire race to end the chaos in Washington, unite the country, and deliver for California’s 4th district.
In addition to being the only candidate in the 4th district race for Congress with experience creating jobs or running a business, Kennedy is also the only candidate who is legally eligible to vote in the election for Congress in California’s 4th District. Her opponent, incumbent Rep. Tom McClintock, refuses to live in the 10 county fourth district, and has not held an in-person town hall meeting with constituents in almost 3 years.
“Unlike Congressman McClintock, I love our district, live here, and vote here,” said Kennedy. “To deliver the change we need in Washington—to defeat COVID 19, protect our health care, defend Social Security and Medicare, and rebuild our economy—we need a Representative who is willing to put partisanship aside and our community first. That’s why I’m running for Congress, and why I am encouraging everyone to make sure to vote in this critically important election.”
WHAT: CA 04 Candidate and Businesswoman Brynne Kennedy will Vote in-person.
WHERE: Placer County Elections Warehouse, 3715 Atherton Road, Rocklin
WHEN: Friday, October 30th, 2:00 p.m. PT
Recent polling shows a statistically tied race and Kennedy leading by 14 points among voters who are familiar with both candidates.
Earlier this month, the district’s two largest newspapers—the Sacramento and Fresno Bee—strongly endorsed Kennedy, citing her “track record of success” creating jobs in the private sector, and praising her efforts to “heal partisan division” and pursue “a consensus based approach for voters in her district.” In doing so, the Bee also lamented McClintock’s “fruitless” record of “naked obstruction, disinformation and goofy stunts”—noting that he was the only California Congressman in either party to vote against bipartisan COVID aid for his district.
Kennedy has been endorsed by a broad coalition of more than 80 current and former local elected leaders, as well as regional leaders from across the political spectrum: including former Placer County Sheriff Ed Bonner, Former GOP Congressman Pete McCloskey, and 2010 California Republican Nominee for Governor Meg Whitman.
Brynne Kennedy is running for Congress in California’s Fourth District because she believes Americans can do more together. An accomplished businesswoman and one of the first women to build and lead a successful technology company, Brynne has pioneered new solutions to help employers and workers thrive in increasingly mobile and remote work settings. As our voice in Washington, she will fight to take our government back from the corrupt special interests and will put partisanship aside to put our communities first. Learn more at www.brynneforcongress.com.