Peace and Freedom Party

California's Feminist Socialist Political Party

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Fresno County Peace and Freedom Party

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The Fresno County Peace and Freedom Party was founded on November 4, 2004 with the appointment of a County Central Committee chairperson by the State Central Committee. Though individuals in Fresno County have been active in the Peace and Freedom Party since its formation, it is unknown if there was any formal organization here prior to that date.

There are (as of September 9, 2010), 891 voters registered with the Peace and Freedom Party in Fresno County. This is a 71% increase over the 521 Fresno County voters registered with the Peace and Freedom Party on October 18, 2004 - shortly before the Party was organized here.

The following is a history of Peace and Freedom Party campaigns in the Fresno area:
  • November 7, 1968 - Assembly District 31 - Jeffrey R. Kline
  • November 7, 1972 - Assembly District 29 - Joe Woods
  • November 3, 1992 - Congressional District 19 - Dorothy L. Wells
  • November 7, 2006 - Assembly District 29 - John R. Crockford

Meetings of the Fresno County Peace and Freedom Party are listed on the meetings calendar of this website. For a list of Fresno County Peace and Freedom Party events, visit the events calendar of this website. We also list our events and meetings on the IndyBay/Central Valley calendar.

Fresno County is a part of the San Joaquin Valley Chapter of the Peace and Freedom Party. The San Joaquin Valley Chapter of the Peace and Freedom Party was created by resolution of the State Central Committee on the 25th of February, 2007. It is composed of Peace and Freedom Party organizations in the counties of Merced, Mariposa, Madera, Fresno, Tulare, Kings, and Kern.
Last Updated on Thursday, 20 January 2011 08:21
 


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