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Bigelow, Patterson prep for GOP-on-GOP showdown. One has a serious advantage.

With less than half a year out from the June primary, the the redistricting process in the rear-view mirror, state and local races are heating up as candidates jockey for the pole position in fundraising. 

Candidates reported fundraising numbers at the end of January for the second half of 2021. 

Here’s a look at the fundraising totals for the Central Valley’s Assembly and Senate races, as well as some hotly-contested local jobs up for grabs in Fresno County: 

14th Senate District

The 14th Senate District figures to be one of the highest profile races across the state as two incumbent Democrats battle it out to stay in office. 

Anna Caballero comes into the race with the most overlap from her old district to the new 14th district, but her hometown of Salinas has been drawn out. 

That opens the door for Sanger Democrat Melissa Hurtado, who retains portions of Fresno County from her old district but loses the Bakersfield voter base. 

Also in the Senate…

8th Assembly District

While two Democrats will fight for the Senate seat on the west side of the Central Valley, two incumbent Republicans are in a similar position for the Assembly district covering much of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Redistricting efforts by California’s citizen-led commission drew two GOPers – Asms. Frank Bigelow (R–O’Neals) and Jim Patterson (R–Fresno) into a single district.

Bigelow starts a six-month foot race with a decidedly heavy-handed fundraising advantage, boasting more than double the war chest of Patterson.

The fact that the two are likely to face off against each other poses bigger quandaries as campaign season enters full-swing. For starters, the two veteran Republicans share the same Sacramento-based fundraiser – Wendy Warfield & Associates.

Where money isn’t concerned, however, Patterson has some edge. The district is anchored in Fresno, the city Patterson led as Mayor in the late 1990s. The newly-drawn district includes 65 percent overlap with Patterson’s current 23rd district.

Both Patterson and Bigelow entered the Assembly in 2012. Whoever wins in 2022 will serve their final term under California’s current term limits rules.

Also in the Assembly…

Fresno County Board of Supervisors

Fresno County Supervisor Buddy Mendes holds a significant lead in fundraising in a potential rematch of their 2014 contest for the same seat. 

Mendes won that election handily as 62 percent of voters supported him.

Meanwhile, Fresno County Supervisor Board Chairman Brian Pacheco is won Fresno County’s 2021 Moneybags Award, boasting the largest campaign war chest at the end of the year.

Fresno City Council

Councilwoman Esmeralda Soria revealed a couple weeks ago that she will run for the Assembly, avoiding a potential shake-up in the race to replace her.

While it appears to be a two-person race at the moment based on the fundraising figures, if a current candidate gets appointed to serve through the rest of the year, that person would certainly have a significant edge in the election that supersedes fundraising.

Fresno Unified School Board

In what is shaping up to be a highly-contested November, Trustee Terry Slatic is facing a major challenge from school psychologist and special education teacher Susan Wittrup. 

Wittrup is currently dominating the field in fundraising, posting a six-figure haul and keeping almost all of her cash on hand as the race starts to heat up. 

Without raising a single cent in the last period, Slatic also finds himself behind former Fresno Unified official Kurt Madden by a significant amount.

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30 CT Lottery tickets over $50k claimed in November – CT Insider

While no other major prizes neared the sum of the $825,000 ticket, 30 people around the state claimed prizes of $50,000 or more. 

Here is the list of people who claimed prizes of $50,000 or more in the month of November.

Byron Mendez, of Norwalk; $50,000 on a Super Cashword 22 ticket sold at K & J Grocery & Deli LLC in Bridgeport.

Hamden resident; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Sams Food Store in Hamden.

Wallingford resident; $50,000 on a Holiday Winnings ticket sold at Woodhouse Mart LLC in Wallingford.

Donald Bryk, of Naugatuck; $55,555 on a Fantastic 5s ticket sold at Tobacco Vape Outlet in Naugatuck.

Aodrone Johnson, of Bridgeport; $100,000 on a KENO ticket sold at Boston News & Deli in Bridgeport.

Michael Gaudreau, of Windsor Locks; $825,000 on a Millionaire ticket sold at Stop & Shop #619 in Windsor.

Dakpa Norbu, of Ledyard; $50,000 on a Holiday Winnings ticket sold at Cheers Deli & Groceries in New London.

James Mcdonald, of Fairfield; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Cumberland Farms #4740 in Fairfield.

Kane Borady, of Groton; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Groton Mart in Groton.

Leslie Irizarry, of East Hartford; $113,427 on a FAST PLAY – $10 SUPER 7S PROGRESSIVE ticket sold at Woodlawn Db Mart in Hartford.

Angelina Martineau, of North Haven; $200,000 on a Let It Ride ticket sold at Bp in North Haven.

Javier Pacheco, of New Haven; $100,000 on a Winter Ice Multiplier ticket sold at Valley Mart in New Haven.

Mark Landry Jr, of Suffolk, Va.; $52,604 on a PLAY4 NIGHT ticket sold at Rte 72 Liquors in Bristol.

Dayville resident; $277,777 on a Mega 7s ticket sold at Somers Henny Penny in Somers.

Shelton resident; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Citgo in Shelton.

Calvin Waterbury, of Ridgefield; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Stop & Shop #656 in Ridgefield.

Southington resident; $100,002 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Sam’s Quick Mart LLC in Marion.

Vincent Poidomani Jr, of Torrington; $50,000 on a $100,000 Fortune ticket sold at Super Stop & Shop #2604 in Torrington.

Hamden resident; $100,000 on a $100,000 Cashword 11 ticket sold at Downtown News And More in New Haven.

East Windsor resident; $50,000 on a 5X the Money 14th Edition ticket sold at Cumberland Farm #4783 in East Windsor.

Southington resident; $131,843 on a FAST PLAY – $5 SUPER 7S PROGRESSIVE ticket sold at Shoprite Of Cromwell in Cromwell.

Branford resident; $100,000 on a Pinball Wizard XXV ticket sold at Wine Barrel in Branford.

Hoai Tam Trinh, of Groton; $50,000 on a POWERBALL ticket sold at Veterans Convenience in Groton.

Camilla Buckberrough, of Bristol; $100,000 on a $100,000 Cashword 11 ticket sold at Pine Street Package Store in Bristol.

Christopher Golias, of Newtown; $50,000 on a 5X the Money 14th Edition ticket sold at Stop & Go Food Mart in Monroe.

Norma Resuleu Claros, of East Haven; $50,000 on a MEGA Multiplier! ticket sold at S & S Minimart LLC in West Haven.

Alison Huffman, of Coventry, RI; $100,000 on a $100,000 Cashword 11 ticket sold at Super Stop & Shop #697 in Dayville.

Trumbull resident; $300,000 on a $1,000,000 Golden Riches ticket sold at Trumbull Super Stop in Trumbull.

Marcos Betancourt, of Meriden; $100,000 on a MEGA Multiplier! ticket sold at Cumberland Farms #4758 in Rocky Hill.

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England’s women endured a baptism of fire…

on their debut in the FIH Pro League losing both games of a doubleheader in Buenos Aires by a 5-2 scoreline at the start of shortened Olympic cycle.

FIH Pro League (Women)

Argentina 5 England 2 (Sat)

Argentina 5 England 2 (Sun)

In the previous editions, Great Britain had competed in the Pro League, but as the highest ranked home country, England took their place for the first time against an Argentinian squad which already had two wins under their belts, having beaten Belgium twice in the same stadium, winning 3-1 on both occasions a week earlier.

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FIH Proleague 2022 (W) 13/02/2022 Buenos Aires, Argentina Match 11 – Argentina v England (RR) Photo: Alexandra Malzer and Giselle Ansley Copyright WorldSportsPics/Rodrigo Jaramillo

There were debuts and milestones in the first match with Darcy Bourne, Olivia Hamilton, Sophie Hamilton, Holly Hunt, Alex Malzer and Flora Peel all making their first appearance in England colours, whilst at the other end of the scale of experience, Hollie Pearne-Webb made her 200th combined international appearance including 104 England caps with Anna Toman making her 100th combined and winning her 47th England cap.

England didn’t get off to the best start when Anna Toman was shown a green card in the second minute for a foul on Maria Granatto and things got worse three minutes later when Sabbie Heesh was beaten by Agustina Gorzelany’s drag-flick via Toman’s stick as Argentina took an early lead from a penalty corner.

Julieta Jankunas doubled Argentina’s advantage in what proved to be an unlucky 13th minute for England, a shot from the edge of circle as Heesh was unfortunate with the Argentinian’s shot taking a feather like deflection off Pearne-Webb’s stick.

It was almost game over in the 22nd minute when Eugena Trinchinetti looked to the heavens after an her outstretched stick hit the right post while trying to deflect Valentina Costa’s drag-flick into goal from another penalty corner routine. Shortly afterwards, England forced their first penalty corner of the match, but after two Pearne-Webb drag-flick attempts and Bourne denied a shot on goal as the whistle blew for a third successive award, Pearne-Webb finally broke through, Belen Succi annoyed with herself after the ball ended up into the roof of the net to bring England back to 2-1

In the third quarter the score changed from 2-1 to 4-2 in a three minute period as the floodlights took effect. Delfina Thome scored Argentina’s third goal, allowing the ball to bounce before smashing the ball against the backboard giving Heesh no chance in the 37th minute. A minute later, Ellie Rayer made the score 3-2 with an angled shot from the left of the circle before Gorzelany scored her second goal of the game from a penalty corner, the ball trickling agonizingly along the line with Giselle Ansley unable to prevent the goal.

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The goal of the match came with just five minutes to play, Granatto taking a free hit, dribbling the ball into the circle from the left beating Jo Hunter, Toman, Pearne-Webb and Laura Unsworth before setting up an easy tap in for Jankunas to put Argentina 5-2 up.

On Sunday, Martha Taylor won her first England cap. Argentina wore their pink strip and were definitely in the pink when they took the lead in the fifth minute for the second day running, Agustina Albertarrio taking advantage of Pearne-Webb’s wayward pass to set up a run for Maria Granatto to fire the ball into the top right corner.

Argentina’s penalty corner routine was the source of their second goal in the 26th minute as Costa deliberately hesitated before feeding the ball for Martina Triñanes to deflect the ball into the roof of the net above Amy Tennant.

Two minutes later, England were undone again by a penalty corner as following a Tennant save, Trinchinetti chipped the ball into the net with ease to leave England with a mountain to climb and a 3-0 deficit.

In the 35th minute, Victoria Granatto finished off a well worked attack starting just outside their own 23 and along the right wing before the ball fell perfectly for Granatto to smash the ball against the backboard and raise both arms in celebration.

Trailing 4-0, England finally troubled the scorers in the 48th minute, Hannah Martin passing the ball from the left for Rayer to score her second goal of the weekend.

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A team is never more vulnerable than when they have just scored, and Argentina provided the perfect example when a minute later, Jimena Cedres caught Sophie Hamilton in possession, passed the ball to Albertarrio to run into the circle, mirroring Maria Granatto’s run in the previous game before running wide of the right post and smashing the ball into the net to give Argentina a commanding 5-1 lead.

With eight minutes to play, England scored a second consolation goal, Rayer controlling the ball wide along Argentina’s right backline before the ball found its way to Holly Hunt to poke home at the far post and open her international account.

Game 1


Scorers: Agustina Gorzelany 5-PC, 39-PC; Julieta jankunas 13-F, 55-F; Delfina Thome 37-F,

Starters: Belen Succi (GK); Sofia Toccalino, Agustina Gorzelany, Agustina Alonso, Agustina Albertarrio, Maria Granatto, Barbara Dichiara, Victoria Sauze, Eugenia Trinchinetti, Julieta Jankunas, Valentina Costa.

Subs: Rocio Sanchez (Capt.) (5 mins), Valentina Raposo (5), Micaela Retegui (5), Celina di Santo (5), Delfina Thome (5), Jimena Cedres (6).

Sub not used: Cristina Cosentino (GK).

Cards: None


Scorers: Hollie Pearne-Webb 23-PC, Ellie Rayer 38-F

Starters: Laura Unsworth, Anna Toman, Hannah Martin, Holly Hunt, Ellie Rayer, Giselle Ansley, Hollie Pearne-Webb (Capt.), Sophie Hamilton, Sabbie Heesh (GK), Jo Hunter, Flora Peel.

Subs: Darcy Bourne (5 mins), Esme Burge (5), Izzy Petter (5), Olivia Hamilton (5), Fiona Crackles (5), Alex Malzer (5)

Sub not used: Amy Tennant (GK).

Cards: Anna Toman (2 mins), Ellie Rayer (22 mins). Yellow: Anna Toman (26 mins)

Umpires: Catalina Montesino (Chile) and Irene Presenqui (Argentina)

Game 2


Scorers: Maria Granatto 5-F, Martina Triñanes 26-PC, Eugenia Trinchinetti 28-PC, Victoria Granatto 35-F, Agustina Albertarrio 49-F.

Starters: Agustina Gorzelany, Agustina Albertarrio, Maria Granatto, Cristina Cosentino, Rocio Sanchez (Capt.), Victoria Sauze, Eugenia Trinchinetti, Jimena Cedres, Julieta Jankunas, Valentina Costa, Maria Forcherio.

Subs: Agostina Alonso (5), Victoria Granatto (5), Maria Sol Lombardo, (6), Daiana Pacheco (6), Valentina Marucci (8), Martina Triñanes (9).

Sub not used: Clara Barberi (GK).

Cards: Eugenia Trinchinetti (14 mins).


Scorers: Ellie Rayer 48-F, Holly Hunt 52-F

Starters: Amy Tennant (GK), Anna Toman, Hannah Martin, Holly Hunt, Izzy Petter, Giselle Ansley, Hollie Pearne-Webb (Capt.), Fiona Crackles, Sophie Hamilton, Flora Peel, Grace Balsdon.

Subs: Elena Rayer (3 mins), Martha Taylor (3), Laura Unsworth (4), Lizzie Neal (4), Jo Hunter (5), Alex Malzer (5),

Sub not used: Sabbie Heesh (GK).

Cards: Green: Laura Unsworth (5 mins).

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