BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A Central Valley congressional campaign is demanding an apology after they say the other side crossed the line.
It all has to do with Political trackers.
Those are people paid to follow candidates and record their public events usually for use by the opposition.
Renteria is accusing Valadao's campaign to send a political tracker to follow her into church and videotaped her praying.
Valadao's campaign says the tracker wasn’t theirs and came from an outside group called America Rising.
Congressman David Valadao and democrat Amanda Renteria are vying for the 21st Congressional seat that covers most of the Central Valley.
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