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Fratto files ballot petitions in 24th District race: Says campaign on its way to victory

Mario Fratto says his campaign is on its way to victory.

The Republican filed 1,800 ballot petitions, and had $204,000 on-hand as of its first quarter report.

Fratto, a Geneva attorney working in his family’s business, is running in the 24th Congressional District.


“Now that the petition filing period has closed, the race has come into focus,” Fratto said. “Chris Jacobs and myself are the only candidates to have filed the necessary petitions to make the ballot. And I am confident that the voters of this district will reject my opponent’s Democrat-Lite Agenda.”

He thanked donors who contributed, as well as those who had been encountered along the way on the campaign trail. Fratto added that voters shouldn’t have to compromise on who they send to Washington, D.C.

“Chris voted to establish a January 6th Commission, voted to strip Marjorie Taylor Greene of her committees, voted for red flag laws to take away your firearms without due process, voted to block the deportation of illegal aliens, and sponsored legislation to give biological men access to women’s sports and bathrooms,” Fratto added in a press release. “He has no business representing a rock-solid Republican District like the 24th, and I look forward to defeating him on the June 28th Primary.”


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