Meet Democrat Jim Reed, Candidate for New Congress District 1

Jim Reed, Democrat from Shasta County, announces his candidacy for New Congressional District 1, which comprises: Butte, Shasta, Nevada, Siskiyou, Tehama, Lassen, Plumas, Modoc, Sierra, and parts of Placer & Glenn counties.

Reed’s campaign shares this message: Jim Reed understands the issues important to the average working person in these northern counties. Jim will outline his plans to bring about the retirement of the incumbent who’s held the seat for the last 25 years. Noting that it’s time for change and that there is a need for the representation of all persons in Congressional District 1, Jim’s priorities will be to bring funding to repair our roads and infrastructure, protect Social Security and Medicare, and work to keep higher education affordable. Most importantly, Reed is willing to do the hard work necessary to bring good paying jobs to the counties of CD 1. The public is invited to meet Jim Reed.

What: Meet Congressional candidate Jim Reed
When: Thursday, Sept. 1, from 9-9:45 a.m.
Where: On the sidewalk at corner of Placer & Markets streets in Redding

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2 Responses

  1. Avatar gamerjohn says:

    I f I remember corectly, I think that I have voted for him in each of his attempts except when he ran for Superior Court. He has good ideas and wants to serve.

  2. Avatar Michael Flanery says:

    Dear Mr. Reed,

    I want to help you in your office to win the Congress seat. Please contact me. I would like to stuff envelopes for you.