At a news conference held outside of One Putt Broadcasting on Fulton Street Thursday, allegations were made that question radio ads in support of Fresno Unified’s Measure X bond. From right: Republican businessman Tal Cloud, Fresno Unified Trustee Carol Mills, charter school advocate Jeff Sands and Fresno Unified Trustee Brooke Ashjian.
At a news conference held outside of One Putt Broadcasting on Fulton Street Thursday, allegations were made that question radio ads in support of Fresno Unified’s Measure X bond. From right: Republican businessman Tal Cloud, Fresno Unified Trustee Carol Mills, charter school advocate Jeff Sands and Fresno Unified Trustee Brooke Ashjian. MACKENZIE MAYS mmays@fresnobee.com
At a news conference held outside of One Putt Broadcasting on Fulton Street Thursday, allegations were made that question radio ads in support of Fresno Unified’s Measure X bond. From right: Republican businessman Tal Cloud, Fresno Unified Trustee Carol Mills, charter school advocate Jeff Sands and Fresno Unified Trustee Brooke Ashjian. MACKENZIE MAYS mmays@fresnobee.com

Critics allege ‘dark money’ is funding Fresno Unified Measure X radio ads

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