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Morning edition on NPr (8.30.17)

[Bateson] says she was thinking about what Donald Trump's victory meant for her kids: "I have three boys. They're all little boys. And I don't want them to grow up in a world where bullying is the norm."

That night she was in shock. Then, over the coming days and weeks, she started to feel a higher calling. She took a good long look around and told herself: "This is a time when we all have to stand up, and have the biggest impact that we can. We each need to do the biggest thing that we can."


los angeles times (8.25.17)

After [McClintock’s] town hall, Bateson, who recently moved back to her hometown of Roseville, stood outside the gym doors hanging campaign fliers.


sacramento bee (7.24.17)

"Tom McClintock does not reflect the values of the 4th District. He does not act in the best interests of the district,” said Bateson, 35, a former U.S. State Department foreign service officer who recently returned with her family to her hometown of Roseville. “What we need to do is grow jobs. We need sound bipartisan land management to reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires. We need clean air and water. We need affordable health care.”


Indivisible Yolo Podcast (7.17.17)

Get to know more about Regina's background and her positive message for the people of California's 4th District.