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Aug. 17th Mendocino Harvest Celebration
Congressman Huffman’s 2nd annual Mendocino County Harvest Celebration is set for the afternoon of Sunday, August 17th at the... Read More


Our past and future
​May 27, 2014— This month I participated in events that highlight our obligations as citizens of this great country to keep faith... Read More


Huffman Sweeps Newspaper Editorial Endorsements!
May 24, 2014—In the past week, Congressman Jared Huffman won all five newspaper editorial endorsements thus far in the 2nd Congressional... Read More



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Aug. 17th Mendocino Harvest Celebration
Congressman Huffman’s 2nd annual Mendocino County Harvest Celebration is set for the afternoon of Sunday, August 17th at the beautiful Goldeneye Winery in Philo. Enjoy a wonderful selection of fine Goldeneye wines, light appetizers, and great conversation. Tickets start at $25. RSVP here to secure your spot. If you have any questions, please contact Kelin Backman:
 Tel: 707.290.6723 Email:Clementine@jaredhuffman.com Read More



Our past and future
​May 27, 2014— This month I participated in events that highlight our obligations as citizens of this great country to keep faith with the past and the future. In Fort Bragg, a moving Memorial Day service paid tribute to those who died serving in our nation’s military, reminding us that our freedom didn’t come for free. At the VA clinic in Santa Rosa, a meeting with veterans focused on the need for better transportation to get them the medical and mental health care they need and deserve. And in Arcata and Kentfield, I gave commencement speeches at Humboldt State University... Read More



Huffman Sweeps Newspaper Editorial Endorsements!
May 24, 2014—In the past week, Congressman Jared Huffman won all five newspaper editorial endorsements thus far in the 2nd Congressional District. The following are endorsement editorials as they appeared in the Marin IJ, Press Democrat, Petaluma Argus-Courier, Point Reyes Light, and Pacific Sun: Marin Independent Journal: IJ recommends re-election of Rep. Huffman WHEN IT COMES to winning re-election, Rep. Jared Huffman’s path to a second term looks like a walk in the park. After winning Marin’s seat in Congress in 2012 by beating 11 challengers, Huffman’s first bid at keeping his job has drawn just two rivals, Republican Dale... Read More



Upcoming events!
Join Jared at one of these upcoming events! NORTH BAY: Enjoy local food and wine, brews, and great live music at a fantastic farmland venue —Olympia’s Valley Estate in Petaluma. Thurs. May 15th 6:00-8:00pm Tickets $50.00 CLICK HERE to buy tickets or to sponsor the Hootenany! HUMBOLDT COUNTY: Don’t miss this family-friendly event at the Redwood Acres Fairground in Eureka. Delicious chili and fixings, local wines and brew, and great live music! Saturday. May 10th 5:30-8:00pm Tickets $25 per person (Kids under 12 are free!) CLICK HERE to buy tickets or to sponsor the Jamboree! Read More



Onward!
March 20, 2014—It’s been a busy month and I have some important updates for you! On the campaign front, the filing deadline has passed and I have two opponents for the June 3rd primary: Republican Dale Mensing and Democrat Andy Caffrey, both from Garberville. Your support and lots of hard work has put us in a strong position to win this race – let’s keep it up! Last month, I called for 2014 to be a “year of action.” Toward that end, I’m happy to report a big winfor the North Coast: my proposal to expand the California Coastal National... Read More



A year of action
February 9, 2014—I want Congress to accept President Obama’s State of the Union challenge to make 2014 a “year of action.” One area that requires urgent action is California’s drought – potentially the worst in our history. This crisis calls for leadership and real water management solutions, not partisan politics. That’s why I introduced the FORECAST Act last week. This bill would incorporate modern weather science into the operation of many western dams, like our nearly-depleted Lake Mendocino. Why is that important? Because under existing law, the Army Corps of Engineers must follow rigid operating rules that are decades out... Read More



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