Henry Perea, left, and Lee Brand are running for Fresno mayor. Water problems in northeast Fresno have become a key issue in the race. Perea has worked to tie Brand to the problems because his council district is in north Fresno, but city spokesman Mark Standriff said Perea crossed a line by saying the water is “polluted,” as well as making other inaccurate statements during his campaign.
Henry Perea, left, and Lee Brand are running for Fresno mayor. Water problems in northeast Fresno have become a key issue in the race. Perea has worked to tie Brand to the problems because his council district is in north Fresno, but city spokesman Mark Standriff said Perea crossed a line by saying the water is “polluted,” as well as making other inaccurate statements during his campaign. CRAIG KOHLRUSS
Henry Perea, left, and Lee Brand are running for Fresno mayor. Water problems in northeast Fresno have become a key issue in the race. Perea has worked to tie Brand to the problems because his council district is in north Fresno, but city spokesman Mark Standriff said Perea crossed a line by saying the water is “polluted,” as well as making other inaccurate statements during his campaign. CRAIG KOHLRUSS

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