Member   

Connie Conway

StateCalifornia
District22
StatusChallenger
Websitehttps://www.connieforcongress.com/

Congressional candidate Connie is a lifelong Valley resident, wife, mother, and public servant. During her years as a Tulare County Supervisor, Republican legislator, and appointee of President Donald Trump, Connie Conway put the “C” in conservative.

Born in Kern County, Connie and her family moved to Tulare County when she was a child. Growing up, her father John “Bob” Conway served as a local County Supervisor. She went to San Joaquin Memorial High School and upon graduation she attended Fresno State. She learned the value of hard work as a substitute teacher, in the healthcare field, and for the local newspaper. But she never forgot the years of watching her father serve the community, and decided to follow in his footsteps.

In 2000 Connie ran for the Tulare Board of Supervisors and won. There, she was known as a strong proponent of taxpayers and our local agriculture. She helped to balance every county budget and improve services – without raising taxes. She also got her first experience fighting with Sacramento liberals to defend our dairy jobs and water.

After a few years Connie realized the Sacramento liberals weren’t going to give up, and they weren’t going away, so she ran for State Assembly and won. In the Assembly Conway served as Republican leader, where she fought against Democrat attempts to raise taxes on an already hard-pressed middle class. She helped set up a Rainy Day fund, so that the state would have money in bad times as well as good. She worked to pass a statewide water initiative so that our agricultural jobs could grow.

In 2019 President Trump appointed Connie to serve as the California Executive Director of the United States Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency. While working for President Trump, Connie helped distribute critical funding to keep farms alive through the trade war with China and the global shutdowns. Conway led the nation’s largest Farm Service Agency by administering more than $100 million in safety net and disaster relief programs serving California farmers, ranchers, foresters, and agricultural producers.

Connie lives in Tulare with her husband and beloved Black Lab Jake.



Member   

Connie Conway

StateCalifornia
District22
StatusChallenger
Websitehttps://www.connieforcongress.com/

Congressional candidate Connie is a lifelong Valley resident, wife, mother, and public servant. During her years as a Tulare County Supervisor, Republican legislator, and appointee of President Donald Trump, Connie Conway put the “C” in conservative.

Born in Kern County, Connie and her family moved to Tulare County when she was a child. Growing up, her father John “Bob” Conway served as a local County Supervisor. She went to San Joaquin Memorial High School and upon graduation she attended Fresno State. She learned the value of hard work as a substitute teacher, in the healthcare field, and for the local newspaper. But she never forgot the years of watching her father serve the community, and decided to follow in his footsteps.

In 2000 Connie ran for the Tulare Board of Supervisors and won. There, she was known as a strong proponent of taxpayers and our local agriculture. She helped to balance every county budget and improve services – without raising taxes. She also got her first experience fighting with Sacramento liberals to defend our dairy jobs and water.

After a few years Connie realized the Sacramento liberals weren’t going to give up, and they weren’t going away, so she ran for State Assembly and won. In the Assembly Conway served as Republican leader, where she fought against Democrat attempts to raise taxes on an already hard-pressed middle class. She helped set up a Rainy Day fund, so that the state would have money in bad times as well as good. She worked to pass a statewide water initiative so that our agricultural jobs could grow.

In 2019 President Trump appointed Connie to serve as the California Executive Director of the United States Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency. While working for President Trump, Connie helped distribute critical funding to keep farms alive through the trade war with China and the global shutdowns. Conway led the nation’s largest Farm Service Agency by administering more than $100 million in safety net and disaster relief programs serving California farmers, ranchers, foresters, and agricultural producers.

Connie lives in Tulare with her husband and beloved Black Lab Jake.