Jeff Denham

Jeff Denham

CALIFORNIA's 10th DISTRICT

Denham, Costa, McClintock to California SWRCB: Lack of Public Hearing “Unacceptable”

2016/09/16

MODESTO, Calif. — Rep. Jeff Denham (CA-10), Rep. Jim Costa (CA-16) and Rep. Tom McClintock (CA-4) today submitted a letter to the California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) in response to its revised Draft Substitute Environmental Document (SED) that supports of Phase 1 of the Bay-Delta Water Quality Control Plan.

Reps. Denham, Costa and McClintock released the following joint statement:

“It is completely unacceptable that the State Water Resources Control Board failed to hold public hearings in the communities most affected by this proposal. The people, the farmers and communities in the San Joaquin Valley have borne the brunt of the impacts of five years of drought conditions and this proposal, if adopted, would only result in further harm to the economy of the region.  The SWRCB must extend the comment period for at least 90 days because the people of San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Merced Counties deserve an open and transparent process where their voices can be heard. Furthermore, it is imperative that before any additional releases are ordered, the SWRCB must prove that the anticipated ecological benefits outlined in this proposal will be realized.”

A copy of the signed letter is available here.

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Rep. Denham Introduces Water Infrastructure Bill in the House

2016/09/15

WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) has introduced H.R.6022, the “New Water Available To Every Reclamation State Act” (New WATER Act), which would authorize a pilot project to help finance development of water resources infrastructure in reclamation states, such as California.

“The Central Valley desperately needs to build more infrastructure for water storage and delivery,” said Rep. Denham. “The New WATER Act would provide funding for projects that improve water delivery for residential, agriculture and municipal uses.”

The bill encourages private investment in systems that serve the public interest by providing low-interest, government-backed loans with a long repayment period. In order to be approved, projects must be capable of generating sustainable revenue streams, whether through user fees or other dedicated sources.

Eligible projects include those that would contribute to a safe, adequate water supply; increase energy efficiency of existing water systems; accelerate repair or replacement of aging systems; develop desalination facilities; or use real property for water storage.

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Editor’s Note: A copy of the full bill text is available here.

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Denham Announces September 2016 Mobile District Office Hours

2016/08/26

WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) today announced Mobile District Office Hours for the month of September 2016. Mobile District Office Hours are an opportunity for 10th district residents to meet with the congressman and staff to hear more about his work in Washington, D.C. and the Central Valley, have their questions answered or get help with specific casework. 
 
MDOs are hosted by staff and when possible by Rep. Denham. Staff members are available to assist 10th district residents with casework on matters including Medicare, Veteran’s Affairs, Social Security, the Internal Revenue Service and other federal legislation. 
 
Additional information is available through Rep. Denham’s website and the schedule for the month is provided below. Regular office hours are open to the public and no appointment is necessary. Schedule is subject to change throughout the year; any alterations will be posted online. For more information, please contact Rep. Denham’s Modesto district office at (209) 579-5458.
 
Friday, Sept. 2 and Sept. 16 – Manteca
10-11 a.m.
Manteca Chamber of Commerce
183 W. North Street #6, Manteca, CA 95336
*Held in conjunction with Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen’s office.
 
Friday, Sept. 2 – Waterford
2-3 p.m.
City of Waterford
101 E Street, Waterford, CA 95386
*Held in conjunction with Senator Tom Berryhill and Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen’s offices.
 
Friday, Sept. 2 – Oakdale
3:30-4:30 p.m. 
State Senator Tom Berryhill's Office
102 Grove Avenue, Suite B, Oakdale, CA 95361
*Held in conjunction with Senator Tom Berryhill and Assemblywoman Olsen’s offices.
 
Wednesday, Sept. 7 and Sept. 21 – Tracy
1-2 p.m. 
Tracy City Hall
333 Civic Center Plaza, Rm 216, Tracy, CA 95376
 
Thursday, Sept. 8 – Hughson
11-12 p.m.
City of Hughson
7018 Pine Street, Hughson, CA 95326
*Held in conjunction with Senator Tom Berryhill and Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen’s offices.
 
Thursday, Sept. 8 – Modesto
2-3 p.m.
Housing Authority of Stanislaus County
1701 Robertson Road, Modesto, CA 95351
 
Friday, Sept. 9 – Newman
9-10 a.m. 
City of Newman
938 Fresno Street, Newman, CA 95360
*Held in conjunction with Senator Anthony Cannella and Assemblyman Adam Gray’s offices.
 
Friday, Sept. 9 – Patterson
10:30 –11:30 a.m. 
City of Patterson
1 Plaza, Patterson, CA 95363
*Held in conjunction with Senator Anthony Cannella and Assemblyman Adam Gray’s offices.
 
Tuesday, Sept. 13 – Escalon
10-11 a.m.
Escalon City Hall
2060 McHenry Avenue, Escalon, CA 95320
*Held in conjunction with Senator Cathleen Galgiani and Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen’s offices.
 
Thursday, Sept. 15 – Riverbank
4-5 p.m.
Riverbank City Hall
6707 3rd Street, Riverbank, CA 95367
*Held in conjunction with Senator Cathleen Galgiani and Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen’s offices.
 
Friday, Sept. 16 – Ceres
1-2 p.m. 
State Senator Anthony Cannella’s Office
2561 Third Street, Suite A, Ceres, CA 95307
*Held in conjunction with Senator Anthony Cannella and Assemblyman Adam Gray’s offices.
 
Thursday, Sept. 22 – Denair
10:30-11:30 a.m.
Denair Community Services District
3850 North Gratton Road, Denair, CA 95316
 
Tuesday, Sept. 27 – Ripon 
1-2 p.m.
Ripon Chamber of Commerce
929 W Main Street, Ripon, CA
 
Wednesday, Sept. 28 – Turlock
11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Turlock Chamber of Commerce Conference Room
115 S Golden State Blvd, CA 95380
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Red Shield Pool is Open!

2016/08/26

Dear Friend,

ICYMI – Our mental health system is in desperate need of repair 

Last month, I published a piece in the Turlock Journal about the urgent need for reforms to our mental healthcare system and how we are taking a critical first step in this fight with the passage of the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act. The Central Valley has the highest prevalence of serious mental illness amongst adults in California. 40% of those with serious mental illness receive no treatment or help. Some of the most scarring incidents of gun violence in our nation’s history were committed by persons with mental illness. These senseless acts demonstrate the importance of having a serious conversation about law and order and what steps we need to take as a nation to prevent any more loss of life.

As we engage in discussions about how to keep the American public safe and reduce gun violence, we must consider all approaches. Rather than punish millions of law-abiding Americans and skirting Constitutional rights, we should seek to improve circumstances and resources through fixing our failing mental health support system. The Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act was written by Rep. Tim Murphy, my friend from Pennsylvania, who I brought with me to Tracy in 2014 to sit in on a discussion with families that were feeling the impacts of the broken mental health system in the Valley. The stories that were shared that day are not unlike those that are shared every day in towns and communities across the nation. We cannot wait for another event like Sandy Hook or Virginia Tech to happen before we consider different avenues to curb gun violence, such as the overhaul of our mental healthcare system. 

We need treatment before tragedy. Read my op-ed in the Turlock Journal here.

Enjoying being home!

It’s been a busy week in the Central Valley! I was on site in Denair for my monthly Mobile District Office Hours (MDOs). I enjoyed chatting with some of you about what’s on your mind and how I can help. As a reminder, my office hosts MDOs every month all across California’s 10th District to assist with a variety of issues, including Veterans Affairs, IRS, Medicare and other matters regarding federal offices or legislation. You can see when we’ll be in your area here.

On Thursday evening, I hosted a Military Service Academy Information Night for young students considering application to one of our nation's fine service academies. If you missed it or know someone interested in the process for consideration, head to my website for more information.

I visited the Western Pacific Truck School in Modesto to learn about challenges in the trucking industry. Did you know there is a shortage of 38,000 drivers nationwide? These hardworking professionals are responsible for safely transporting goods across the country and help to drive the economy. Thanks for having me!

High-Speed Rail Hearing

As Chairman of the Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials subcommittee, I’m tasked with ensuring the safety, accountability and financial responsibility of some of our greatest transportation networks. On Monday, I will be holding a hearing on the status of California’s High-Speed Rail project. The subcommittee will meet in San Francisco to hear from federal and state actors about expenditures, timelines, progress made and challenges the project faces. There have been several changes, including an increase in the Federal Railroad Administration’s grant agreement as well as altered routes and construction timelines, which Californians deserve an explanation for. I’m looking forward to getting answers and will provide an update on how the hearing went next week!

Monumental Summer For Team Denham D.C. Interns

Last Friday was the last day for my last summer intern in the D.C. office! I had a great summer intern class working with my staff out in Washington. I can't thank them enough for their hard work and dedication to CA-10, and look forward to seeing what great things they go on to accomplish in the future. 

In the News

Aug. 25, 2016

Work behind renovation of Red Shield pool is celebrated

By: Deke Farrow, The Modesto Bee

“At Thursday’s celebration, Markham thanked the Red Shield Center’s ‘best friend,’ U.S. Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Turlock, who organized a fundraising basketball game in April that pitted a team composed of himself and other community leaders against a team of Red Shield youth.”

Aug. 25, 2016

The Tracy Press: Congressman receives Chamber award

“Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Turlock, was honored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday in downtown Tracy for his support of pro-job and pro-growth policies in the first session of the 114th U.S. Congress.”

Aug. 24, 2016

Happy birthday, National Park Service! You’re overcrowded, underfunded

By: Michael Doyle, McClatchy Papers

“Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Turlock, added Wednesday that he’s concerned about ‘the tremendous maintenance backlog . . . as well as the aging visitor service system.’”

I’m looking forward to attending the Assyrian Festival in Turlock tomorrow – maybe I’ll see you there! Have a great weekend!

JEFF DENHAM 

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Do you support closing Guantanamo Bay?

2016/08/19

Dear friend,

This week, the Obama Administration announced that it will transfer 15 detainees from Guantanamo Bay to the United Arab Emirates as part of his promise to close the military prison by the end of his eight years in office. This is the single largest transfer of detainees to date. Americans are concerned with their security for their families and their futures, and closing Guantanamo Bay only makes those concerns greater. I want to know: Do you support closure of Guantanamo Bay? Let me know in this week’s newsletter InstaPoll!

United Cerebral Palsy Community Garden Ribbon Cutting

On Thursday, I had a great time with the Turlock Chamber of Commerce celebrating the ribbon cutting for the United Cerebral Palsy of Stanislaus and Toulumne Counties’ community garden. This is a wonderful addition to our community, giving UCP members a way to learn about farming and agriculture, including how to grow, harvest and prepare a variety of produce. Ultimately, the goal is for UCP members to sell what they grow. Thanks for having me, everyone!

Critical Healthcare Rulemaking Top-of-Mind for Doctors Hospital of Manteca

I met with the CEO of Doctors Hospital of Manteca, Ike Mmeje, and other members of their administrative team this week to discuss an upcoming rulemaking and related legislation that may affect CA-10 Medicare beneficiaries. In May, I signed a letter sent to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to “stress the importance of implementing [Section 603 of theBipartisan Budget Act of 2015] in a way that protects patients’ access to care and provides predictability for hospitals.” (CLICK HERE to read the full letter.)

I appreciate Mr. Mmeje and his team for taking the time to share their concerns with me and will remain focused on this issue as we head into September.

Reminder: U.S. Military Academy Information Night Thursday, August 25

Just a reminder that our 2016 United States Military Academy Information Night is still on for Thursday, August 25. All 8th-12th grade students and their parents are invited to attend. The meeting will take place from 6-8 p.m. at Gregori High School, 3701 Pirrone Road, Modesto, in the multipurpose room.

Each year, I have the honor of nominating the Central Valley high school students who want to devote themselves to serving our country, and this information night gives parents and students in 8th through 12th grades from California’s 10th congressional district all of the information they need to apply.

Representatives my Modesto office and from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, or the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point will present details of each academy’s work educating, training and preparing students for military service.

For more information, contact Kassi Fortado at kassi.fortado@mail.house.gov or (209) 579-5458.

Rural Letter Carriers Critical to the Central Valley

On Tuesday, I had the opportunity to address attendees of the National Rural Letter Carriers Association conference and highlighted some of our unique challenges in the 10th congressional district. Nearly 40 percent of postal routes in our area are rural. Thousands of residents depend on over 200 rural carriers to deliver vital medication, benefit checks, and financial statements. Those with limited mobility and limited technological access are especially reliant on timely deliveries from their carriers. The importance of the U.S. Postal Service cannot be overstated. Thanks for all you do. 

Thanks to Team Denham 2016 Summer Interns

And finally, I have to recognize our great group of summer interns in the Modesto office as they return to school for the fall semester. I think my staff and I get as much from the experience as they do! Good luck guys, and don’t be strangers.

Constituent Sighting on Capitol Hill

The Mitchell Family of Ceres

In the news

Aug. 18, 2016

Tracy Dental Clinic Caters Solely To Veterans

By Kelly Ryan, CBS Sacramento

Aug. 17, 2016

Veterans First Has Opened

By Virginia Still, The Oakland Leader

Aug. 16, 2016

Information session on military academy

Press Release, The Turlock Journal

Aug. 15, 2016

Denham doing a great job for veterans

By Stan MacArthur, Letter to the Editor, The Modesto Bee

Have a great weekend!

JEFF DENHAM

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Rep. Denham: More Work Needed to Improve Passenger Rail Safety

2016/08/18

WASHINGTON — The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) announcement of forthcoming positive train control (PTC) grants totaling $25 million in six states, including California, is welcome news. However, as U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (CA-10) points out, opportunity remains to further secure passenger rail transportation.

“While these grants are a good first step, there remains a huge unmet need in California for rail safety improvements. Rather than wasting money on a high-speed rail system that may never be completed, we should be focusing first on safety for existing lines,” said Rep. Denham.

In its press release yesterday, FRA outlined three California awards: $2.4 million for Metrolink, $3 million for Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) District, and $2.88 million for Caltrain.

In addition, as chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials, Rep. Denham worked to include two grant programs for PTC implementation in the Passenger Rail Reform and Investment Act, ultimately signed in to law as part of the FAST Act in December 2015. One is a competitive grant program for commuter railroads with dedicated funding for this upcoming fiscal year of $199 million. The other is a larger safety grant program that goes toward several safety improvements, including PTC, and is authorized for 5 years and $873 million. 

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More on this topic:

June 2, 2015 Press Release: Denham Pushes FRA to Prioritize California PTC Implementation over High-Speed Rail

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Denham to Host United States Military Academy Information Night in Modesto

2016/08/12

MODESTO, Calif. — U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) will hold a United States Military Academy Information Night on Thursday, August 25, 2016. The event will take place from 6-8 p.m. at Gregori High School in Modesto, Calif. and will give an overview of the nomination process to students interested in applying to one of the United States military academies.

“Some of America’s most skilled armed forces members are products of our nation’s prestigious military academies, and I have the honor of nominating each year the Central Valley high school students who want to devote themselves to serving our country,” said Rep. Denham. “Military Academy Information Night gives students and parents interested in this process all of the information they need to apply.”

This annual Information Night is open to all parents and students in 8th through 12th grades from California’s 10th congressional district. Students interested in applying to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, or the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point will be able to meet with representatives from the academies and Rep. Denham’s office for details of each academy’s work educating, training and preparing students for military service.

Gregori High School is located at 3701 Pirrone Road, Modesto and will take place in the Multi-purpose room. For more information, contact Kassi Fortado at kassi.fortado@mail.house.gov or (209) 579-5458.

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Save the Date for Military Academy Info Night!

2016/08/12

Dear friend,

As I reflect on the last several days, there is a common theme among many of the things I was lucky enough to work on: family pride. School is starting in CA-10, so I imagine that many of you are also in a place of reflection (and, hopefully, getting a small break with the kids back in class). I too sent my youngest off…to college. Regardless of how old your children are, these kinds of changes conjure all kinds of emotions - mostly pride - and I’m right there with you this week.

On a lighter note, I hope you all are enjoying the Olympics as much as I am! America is running Rio with an impressive medal count and impressive firsts and world records (especially our swimming team…wow). Go Team USA!

Young constituent asks: “What are you doing to help the autism community?”

I often receive letters from CA-10 constituents on a variety of topics, but it’s not every day that younger constituents write in. This week, Alex Zavala of Manteca wrote to ask what Congress is doing for the autism community; he's working on earning his Citizenship Merit Badge as a member of Boy Scout Pack 414 in Ripon. (Needless to say, his parents are very proud of him.) So I thought we might try something new and film a video response. CLICK HERE to watch, and let me know if you’d like to see more video responses!

CLICK HERE to see Congressman Denham’s response to Manteca’s Alex Zavala.

Save the Date: U.S. Military Academy Information Night, August 25

If you are among those parents with 8th-12th grade students who are thinking of applying to one of our nation’s fine military academies, mark your calendar for our annual United States Military Academy Information Night on Thursday, August 25. The meeting will take place from 6-8 p.m. at Gregori High School, 3701 Pirrone Road, Modesto, in the multipurpose room.

Each year, I have the honor of nominating the Central Valley high school students who want to devote themselves to serving our country, and this information night gives parents and high school students from California’s 10th congressional district all of the information they need to apply.

Representatives my Modesto office and from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, or the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point will present details of each academy’s work educating, training and preparing students for military service.

For more information, contact Kassi Fortado at kassi.fortado@mail.house.gov or (209) 579-5458.

Modesto Mayor’s late father honored by Korean government

Late last week, I was honored to present Modesto Mayor Ted Brandvold with The Korean Ambassador for Peace Medal for his late father, Leonard Eugene Brandvold, who served in U.S. Navy during the Korean Conflict. The medal is given in appreciation from the people of Korea to American service men and women who served in the Korean War, which lasted from June 25, 1950 to July 27, 1953. Always a privilege to recognize our military veterans and families for their service to this country.

A final tribute to former California Assemblyman George House

On Saturday, we paid final tribute to an inspiring man, former California Assemblyman George House. Mr. House was a dedicated husband, loving father, and a well-respected public official who has left an indelible mark on everyone who has ever known him. My prayers go out to his wife, Edna, his children and his grandchildren as they move forward in this earthly life without their patriarch.

It was clear to all who attended his celebration of life that he was a spiritual man of strong faith. Today and for many years to come, I will reflect on the echo of a larger than life man who waltzed through my campaign office in Modesto. You could hear him coming, singing all the way. He gave that young candidate advice and prayer. He will be remembered and missed.

In the news

Aug. 9, 2016
Packed house remembers late George House
By Jeff Benzinger, Turlock Journal

Have a great weekend!

JEFF DENHAM

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Rep. Denham Remembers Former Assemblyman George House

2016/08/06

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jeff Denham (CA-10) today issued the following statement in honor of former California Assemblyman George House, whose funeral services were held Friday, Aug. 5 in Hughson.

“Mr. House was a dedicated husband, loving father, and a well-respected public official who has left an indelible mark on everyone who has ever known him. My prayers go out to his wife, Edna, his children and his grandchildren as they move forward in this earthly life without their patriarch.

"It was clear to all who attended his celebration of life that he was a spiritual man of strong faith. Today, I reflect on the echo of a larger than life man who waltzed through my campaign office in Modesto. You could hear him coming, singing all the way. He gave that young candidate advice and prayer. He will be remembered and missed."

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Modesto Fire Department awarded federal grant

2016/08/05

Dear friend,

It’s been a busy but fulfilling week traveling around the Central Valley visiting with my neighbors in CA10. Over the last few days, I’ve enjoyed touring the Sutter Gould Medical Foundation Briggsmore Surgery Center, participating in the launch of Church in the Park’s Cleansing Hope Shower Shuttle, and presenting the Modesto Fire Department with a well-deserved grant to help better serve the community. As always, please stop me and say hello if you see me out in the district.

Modesto Fire Department receives Dept. of Homeland Security grant

Today I was honored to present the Modesto Fire Department with the 2016 Department of Homeland Security's Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program award. This grant will help our Modesto firefighters and other first responders to get the equipment, protective gear, emergency vehicles, training and other resources needed to protect the public and emergency personnel from fire and related hazards. Thanks to Chief Slamon and the entire department for the warm welcome!

Congressman Jeff Denham talking with Modesto Fire Chief Sean Slamon

Could you (or your student) create the next Pokemon Go?

To view Congressman Denham's personal message to students entering the competition, click here.

In the news

Aug. 4, 2016

Stockton Metropolitan Airport Awarded $2.6 million Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Grant

By San Joaquin Partnership Good News Briefs

"This is wonderful news and shows that persistence in Washington pays off. I want to thank the Board members who took the time to help make this happen. I also want to thank Congressmen Jeff Denham and Jerry McNerney who strongly advocated for this funding." – Stockton Metropolitan Airport Board of Supervisors Chair Moses Zapien

Aug. 1, 2016

Congressman issues app challenge

By Staff Reports, Tracy Press

Rep. Jeff Denham, whose 10th Congressional District includes most of Tracy, is sponsoring the contest, which highlights computer science skills and science, technology, engineering and math education.

July 29, 2016

Proud to be Americans

By Vince Rembulat, The Turlock Journal

“We’re a nation of immigrants, a melting pot. Today marks an important day. What you do with your opportunity is your decision. That’s what makes this country great.” – Rep. Jeff Denham

 

Have a great weekend!

JEFF DENHAM

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Congressman Jeff Denham represents the 10th District of California in the U.S. House of Representatives. His district includes all of Stanislaus County and part of San Joaquin County. He was first elected to Congress in 2010, and is currently serving a third term in the 114th Congress.

Rep. Denham’s public service career began with the U.S. Air Force, where he served for 16 years between active duty and reserve status. He fought in Operation Desert Storm and Operation Restore Hope in Iraq and Somalia, respectively.

After graduating from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Rep. Denham worked in the agriculture industry as an almond rancher and entrepreneur. He understands the critical importance of agriculture business in cultivating California’s economy and maintaining employment.

In his work as a California State Senator from 2002-2010, Rep. Denham focused on balancing run-away spending in California and protecting taxpayer dollars from wasteful state projects. He was a proven and courageous leader in the California Senate, where he was the subject of an unsuccessful recall attempt for his refusal to vote on irresponsible budget proposals.

First and foremost, Rep. Denham is a family man. Jeff and Sonia Denham have been married for 21 years, and they have two children, Austin, 18, and Samantha, 16.

In his position as a U.S. Congressman, Rep. Denham remains focused on representing the long-term interests of California’s agricultural businesses, finding a solution to the long struggle over water storage and conveyance, transportation interests in California and fighting for the rights, protections and benefits America’s brave and heroic veterans deserve. He is also an advocate for a top-to-bottom approach to reform for our broken immigration system.


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