Paso Robles Daily News: Justin Fareed recognized as ‘contender’ 

By |May 22nd, 2016|News|

“Voters in California’s 24th Congressional District are ready for next generation leadership and 21st century policies to get Congress working again for the American people,” said Fareed. “Over the the course of this race, our campaign has met with voters

Noozhawk: 24th Congressional District Candidate Q&A: Justin Fareed

By |May 20th, 2016|News|

“I grew up building a small business with my family from the ground up. I understand the struggles many business owners face due to regulatory burdens and taxes that make it hard to survive, let alone thrive. I’m also the

Noozhawk: Congressional Candidates Duke It Out at San Marcos High School

By |May 20th, 2016|News|

The debate started off with campaign finance reform, and both Schneider and Republican Justin Fareed, a Santa Barbara businessman and rancher, took the opportunity to argue that Carbajal’s absence was the result of a broken system. Congressional Candidates Duke It

SB Independent: 24th District Dogfight

By |May 19th, 2016|News|

While the front-runners run as pragmatic centrists, 27-year-old Justin Fareed makes a generational appeal, wrapping Republican orthodoxy on taxes and regulation into the argument that he is best positioned to take a long-range view of political problems. 24th District Dogfight By

Ventura County Star: Three races with Ventura County footprint add to June 7 primary choice

By |May 18th, 2016|News|

Justin Fareed, a small-business man and rancher who grew up in Santa Barbara and played football at UCLA and worked as a congressional aide, ended the latest reporting period with the most cash on hand, nearly $727,800. Three races with


By |February 29th, 2016|News|

“When did keeping our families safe and ensuring that future generations inherit a secure nation become a partisan issue? The next president of the United States and Congress have to work together to forge long-range solutions in order to protect our country

First Congressional Debate a Lively One

By |February 5th, 2016|News|

This story was originally published on www.independent.com. In the highly anticipated first debate in the Central Coast’s wide-open congressional race, moderator Randol White with KCBXaptly summed up the evening in closing remarks: “It’s a crowded table.” Vying to replace Congressmember Lois Capps,

24th District Congressional debate held at Cal Poly

By |February 5th, 2016|News|

This story was originally posted on www.ksby.com.  A debate was held at Cal Poly Thursday night for the congressional candidates running to be the next representative of California's 24th district, which covers much of the Central Coast. Four democrats, three republicans

Celebrity donors pour money into this open California congressional seat

By |February 4th, 2016|News|

This story was already published on www.latimes.com. By Javier Panzar Contact Reporter What do Christopher Lloyd, the director of “Ghostbusters,” one of the nation’s largest coal companies, James Cameron and a political action committee representing the nation’s dentists have in common? They

Congressional rivals split mostly along party lines in debate

By |February 4th, 2016|News|

This story was originally posted on www.sanluisobispo.com. BY MATT FOUNTAIN mfountain@thetribunenews.com 4th District congressional seat found common ground on the issue of higher education and student debt during their first debate this week. But that was largely the end of

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