Bryson White, associate director of Faith in Community, left, Kim McCoy, a community organizer with Communities for a New California, and Thomas Weiler, lead organizer for Faith in Community, are among the leaders of a drive to get disaffected Fresno residents to vote in the June 7 primary and engage in the political process.
Bryson White, associate director of Faith in Community, left, Kim McCoy, a community organizer with Communities for a New California, and Thomas Weiler, lead organizer for Faith in Community, are among the leaders of a drive to get disaffected Fresno residents to vote in the June 7 primary and engage in the political process. John Ellis The Fresno Bee
Bryson White, associate director of Faith in Community, left, Kim McCoy, a community organizer with Communities for a New California, and Thomas Weiler, lead organizer for Faith in Community, are among the leaders of a drive to get disaffected Fresno residents to vote in the June 7 primary and engage in the political process. John Ellis The Fresno Bee
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Social justice organizations work to rally low-propensity voters

May 20, 2016 02:28 PM

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