Representative Doris Matsui has lived in Maryland since 1979 when her late husband was on Capitol Hill. She won his seat after he died and continued to live in Maryland. The problem is that she’s supposed to be a representative of the people in Sacramento, California.
Sacramento, Calif. – Candidate for Congress Chris Bish today filed with Sacramento County Registrar and Yolo County Registrar, a challenge to Doris Matsui’s ballot eligibility. Using mortgage documents, tax records and voter registration data, Bish proves Matsui’s primary domicile is located in Maryland. Bish shows Matsui declared her Maryland home as her primary residence to claim tax exemptions and to refinance her mortgage in 2017.
Bish in the Declaration states “Since 1979, Doris Matsui has repeatedly shown her intent was to make her domicile and her primary residence in the State of Maryland prior to April 2020 and in the District of Columbia with her billionaire husband. Pursuant to the election Code of California, Doris Matsui is not qualified to run for Congressional office in California and I hereby challenge her to certification as a candidate.”
We are proud to endorse Chris Bish for Congress. California needs someone who actually lives in the state as their representative and America needs conservative leadership to support President Trump’s agenda.