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Congressman Jerry McNerney released the following video in anticipation of the president’s State of the Union speech. Rep. McNerney discusses opportunities and challenges our community is facing in the coming year, and his plans to address them.
Here is the text of the Speech.
STOCKTON — In advance of President Obama’s sixth State of the Union address, Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Stockton, released a speech outlining the state of the district he represents.
Congressman Jerry McNerney (D, Stockton) has released his “State of the Ninth District.”
In in the congressman says he has invited Housing Secretary Julian Castro to tour South Stockton, “and meet with us to see how hard folks are working to turn things around. I’m confident when he sees the potential, he’ll help bring us the resources we need.”
By Zachary K. Johnson
Record Staff Writer
STOCKTON — Since he took office in 2007, Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Stockton, has been on official trips to Greenland, Israel and to visit troops in Afghanistan.
Congressman Jerry McNerney (CA‐09) recently announced the start of his annual Holiday Cards for Our Troops program.
Last year, the office collected more than 8,000 cards from the community with personal messages of gratitude to our men and women in uniform.
U.S. Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Stockton, issued the following statement over the weekend on the recent cases of Ebola in the U.S.:
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Jerry McNerney announced Saturday that he is taking action and issued the following statement on the recent cases of Ebola in the U.S.:
By Bryan M. Gold - Staff Writer
Wednesday, October 8, 2014 12:46 PM CDT
Congressman Jerry McNerney, representing Brentwood, Oakley, Antioch and Discovery Bay, recently introduced the Fast Help For Homeowners Act to help speed up the short sale process and aid homeowners who may otherwise be facing foreclosure.
If you think it’s hard to distill research results into a 15-minute conference presentation, try this: Choose a subject like matrix factorizations or recent progress on the twin prime conjecture. Figure out how to make a nonexpert audience—members of Congress, say—if not fully understand the chosen topic, at least appreciate its significance. Do this in a minute. The clock is ticking.