DeMaio campaign comes to Temecula

Carl DeMaio, a Republican who is running to replace Duncan Hunter in the 50th Congressional District, addresses supporters at a town hall event in Temecula Saturday, Jan. 18. Will Fritz photo
Carl DeMaio was in Southwest Riverside County for two town hall events last week.DeMaio, a Republican who is running for the 50th Congressional District seat vacated by disgraced former Congressman Duncan D. Hunter, R-Alpine, was at the Temecula Public Library Monday, Jan. 13 to discuss homelessness, then came to the Temecula Valley Elks Lodge Saturday, Jan. 18 for an event focusing on border security.At the Saturday town hall, DeMaio covered border-related topics like sewage contamination in the Tijuana River Valley area.“San Diego County had to shut down our beaches 131 out of 365 days because of Tijuana’s raw sewage that was literally flushed out onto our beaches and our bays,” DeMaio told attendees at the town hall. “Now, that has a public health, an environmental a
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