Fresno County Supervisor Henry Perea speaks at the Latino Family Wellness Event at Manchester Center in April 2014. He is currently mulling a Fresno mayoral run and this past Saturday told a group that he was 99.9 percent sure he would join the race to replace termed out Mayor Ashley Swearengin.
Fresno County Supervisor Henry Perea speaks at the Latino Family Wellness Event at Manchester Center in April 2014. He is currently mulling a Fresno mayoral run and this past Saturday told a group that he was 99.9 percent sure he would join the race to replace termed out Mayor Ashley Swearengin. Silvia Flores Vida Staff Photo
Fresno County Supervisor Henry Perea speaks at the Latino Family Wellness Event at Manchester Center in April 2014. He is currently mulling a Fresno mayoral run and this past Saturday told a group that he was 99.9 percent sure he would join the race to replace termed out Mayor Ashley Swearengin. Silvia Flores Vida Staff Photo
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Henry R. Perea gives strongest hint yet he’ll run for Fresno mayor

January 12, 2016 06:56 PM

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