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Brown opens campaign office in Nevada County

Democrat Congressional hopeful Charlie Brown announced Friday the opening of a second campaign headquarters in Grass Valley.

Brown’s main headquarters is in Roseville, but the candidate hopes to establish a “presence throughout the district,” said Brown spokesperson Todd Stenhouse.

Brown is challenging incumbent Rep. John Doolittle (R-Rocklin.) in California’s 4th District this November.



The Grass Valley office is meant to be a place where people can come to receive information, Stenhouse said, and where Brown campaigners can be based to walk the precinct.

Brown will speak at the opening of the office today from 7 to 9 p.m. at 103 Joerschke Drive in Grass Valley.



As of the filing period ending June 30, Brown has raised $254,000 in campaign contributions, mainly from small donations, Stenhouse said. The candidate has not yet received any funds from the Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee, he said.


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