Then-mayor Alan Autry listens as Donald Trump discusses his interest in buying the Running Horse golf course during a 2007 visit to Fresno. Today, Autry doesn’t know if he could vote for Trump, a GOP presidential candidate. Autry said he’d have “to talk to him and ask him some very pointed questions before to see if I could vote for him. But he hasn’t called me yet. I’m probably way down on his list to call.”
Then-mayor Alan Autry listens as Donald Trump discusses his interest in buying the Running Horse golf course during a 2007 visit to Fresno. Today, Autry doesn’t know if he could vote for Trump, a GOP presidential candidate. Autry said he’d have “to talk to him and ask him some very pointed questions before to see if I could vote for him. But he hasn’t called me yet. I’m probably way down on his list to call.” Fresno Bee file photo
Then-mayor Alan Autry listens as Donald Trump discusses his interest in buying the Running Horse golf course during a 2007 visit to Fresno. Today, Autry doesn’t know if he could vote for Trump, a GOP presidential candidate. Autry said he’d have “to talk to him and ask him some very pointed questions before to see if I could vote for him. But he hasn’t called me yet. I’m probably way down on his list to call.” Fresno Bee file photo
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Some central San Joaquin Valley voters love Trump, but enough to vote for him?

July 31, 2015 02:58 PM

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