Nelson Esparza speaks after being sworn in as a newly elected member of the Fresno County Board of Education in December 2016. Esparza plans to run for the Fresno City Council in 2018, but is being fined by the city for a questionable transfer of money from his school board campaign to a city council campaign fund.
Nelson Esparza speaks after being sworn in as a newly elected member of the Fresno County Board of Education in December 2016. Esparza plans to run for the Fresno City Council in 2018, but is being fined by the city for a questionable transfer of money from his school board campaign to a city council campaign fund. JUAN ESPARZA LOERA Fresno Bee file
Nelson Esparza speaks after being sworn in as a newly elected member of the Fresno County Board of Education in December 2016. Esparza plans to run for the Fresno City Council in 2018, but is being fined by the city for a questionable transfer of money from his school board campaign to a city council campaign fund. JUAN ESPARZA LOERA Fresno Bee file
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