Sheriff Mike Boudreaux advancing to November general election for CA-20

Following a sweeping vote update in Fresno, Tulare, Kings, and Kern counties, the Associated Press Politics Desk called Sheriff Mike Boudreaux as the second Top Two finisher in the March 5 Primary who will advance to the Nov. 5, 2024 general election for California’s 20th Congressional District.

Sheriff Boudreaux issued the following statement:

“I got into this race because the Valley demanded leadership in Washington with real experience confronting our biggest issues: safety and our open border. Since entering the race in December, I’ve logged thousands of miles of travel across the four counties of this district to share my vision for a stronger, safer Valley for all. Despite a tight window of time and a tall hill to climb, our journey is just beginning. Onward.”

Alex Tavlian, campaign manager for Boudreaux for Congress, issued the following statement:

“Today’s AP Race Call is a reflection that Valley voters are hungry for real experience and a proven leader who has a demonstrated record of keeping the Valley safe. Despite being outspent 10-to-1 by Swampy D.C. special interests and Super PACs seeking to protect the status quo, Sheriff Boudreaux is continuing to promote his vision for a stronger, safer Valley.”