FIGHT BACK CALIFORNIA
How California Keeps Congress Democratic in 2020
FIGHT BACK CA EXCLUSIVE
Don't miss our new poll released this week showing Andrew Janz closing in on Devin Nunes in the last two weeks before Election Day!
Since our last poll in September, Nunes has lost half of his lead, lost his lead with independents, and lost nearly 10 points among Latinos. The trends over the last four weeks have all been in Janz’s favor, show clearly that he is the candidate with the momentum, and that he is well positioned for an upset victory on Election Day.
Percentage of women in CA-22 that support Democratic Candidate Andrew Janz over Republican incumbent Devin Nunes.
Percentage of independent voters in CA-22 that support Andrew Janz, just 40% support Devin Nunes. A candidate must win independents in order to win the district.
Devin Nunes clings to just a five-point lead, 51% to 46%. Andrew Janz has cut his deficit in half from our September poll (51% Nunes-40% Janz).
FIGHT BACK DISTRICTS
Fight Back CA has set its sights on taking back nine seats held by Republicans in Congress - seven of them were won by Hillary in 2016.
We have strong Democratic candidates for Congress in every Fight Back district - Jessica Morse (CA-4), Josh Harder (CA-10), TJ Cox (CA-21), Andrew Janz (CA-22), Katie Hill (CA-25), Gil Cisneros (CA-39), Katie Porter (CA-45), Harley Rouda (CA-48), and Mike Levin (CA-49).
These congressional seats are held by Republican members so out of touch with their districts that the incumbents in some cases are being out raised by their Democratic competition. Two incumbents retired rather than be held accountable by the voters this November.
Bottom line? Last minute, cookie-cutter, straight-outta-Washington strategies have never worked in California. And never will.
So Fight Back changed the game. We’ve been holding Republicans accountable online, on TV, in the mail box and even on billboards — and we started doing it way back in June 2017.
Nobody is going to hand Democrats the House. We have to run smart, aggressive campaigns in each and every district to win.
It’s time to Fight Back. And that’s what we’re doing in California.
The "Brett Kavanaugh Effect"
Recent polling done in Southern California shows Democrats have a better shot at taking back a majority in Congress now that Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
We spoke to female voters in four Republican-held Orange County congressional districts - CA-39 (Brea), CA-45 (Irvine), CA-48 (Huntington Beach), CA-49 (San Diego) to test the "Brett Kavanaugh Effect" on female voters.
Women voters are angry and their frustration over the handling of the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh - "the Kavanaugh effect" - could decide the outcome of the fight to win the House in November.
Percentage of women in CA-39 agree with the Statement "I am angry at the disrespectful way Christine Blasey Ford has been treated in this process.
Percentage of women in CA-49 say they would be more likely to vote for the Democratic candidate for the U.S. House if Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed to the Supreme Court.
Percentage of women in CA-48 support Democratic candidate Harley Rouda over Republican incumbent Dana Rohrabacher.