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Ronald Reagan for Governor - 1966

Filing Deadline: December 6, 2019
Filing Deadline (Write-Ins): February 2020
Primary: March 3, 2020
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Gavin Newsom (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Adriel Hampton (NPP) - Campaign Digital Media Strategist & '09 US Rep Candidate

Jerry Waldie for Governor - 1974

Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2022.

Eleni Kounalakis (D)* - (Campaign Site)

[ Alex Padilla (D)* - Term-Limited in 2022. ]
Lorena Gonzalez (D) - State Assemblywoman & Ex-Labor Union Official

[ Betty Yee (D)* - Term-Limited in 2022. ]
Michelle Steel (R) - Orange Co Supervisor, Ex-Equalization Board Member & '20 US Rep Candidate

John Briggs for Governor - 1978

Fiona Ma (D)* - (Campaign Site)

Xavier Becerra (D)* - (Campaign Site)

Ricardo Lara (D)* - (Campaign Site)

Peter Camejo for Governor

(Note: Superintendent is a Non-Partisan Positition)
Tony Thurmond (D)* - (Campaign Site)

Barbara Boxer - 1992


State Assembly - ( Democratic Caucus - Republican Caucus )

State Senate
- ( Democratic Caucus - Republican Caucus )


Dianne Feinstein (D)* - (Campaign Site) - Next Election in 2024.

Sonny Bono for US Senate 1992

Kamala Harris (D)*- (Campaign Site) - Next Election in 2022.
James Bradley (R) - Business CFO, '18 Candidate & '20 US Rep Candidate

Erin Cruz (R) - Radio Show Host, Ex-HR Specialist, '18 Candidate & '20 US Rep Candidate
Paul Gutierrez (R) - Political Consultant, Retired Project Manager & Law School Graduate
John-Michael "JM" Williams (NPP) - Substitute Teacher & '18 US Rep Candidate


District 1:
Doug LaMalfa (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Jason Cienkus (D) - Digital Marketing Consultant
Audrey Denney (D) - Agricultural Educational Consultant, Farmer & '18 Candidate
Joseph LeTourneau (NPP) - Youth Development Consultant, Author & Pastor
Gurpinder Singh Sagoo (R) - College Student, Private Investigator & USMC Veteran
Paul Saulsbury (R)

District 2:
Jared Huffman (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Dale Mensing (R) - Cashier, Navy Veteran & Frequent Candidate

Tony Coelho for Congress - 1978

District 3:
John Garamendi (D)* - (Campaign Site)
J.C. "Sean" Feucht (R) - Gospel Musician, Missionary, Author & Nonprofit Group Founder
Tamika Hamilton (R) - USAF Veteran

District 4:
Tom McClintock (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Julianne Benzel (R) - College Instructor
Jamie Byers (R) - State Parole Agent
Brynne Kennedy (D) - Software Executive
Robert Lawton (NPP) - Businessman & '18 Candidate
Jacob Thomas (R) - Landscaping Contractor, Building Contractor & Search/Rescue Volunteer
Mario Wilson (R)

District 5:
Mike Thompson (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Scott Giblin (R) - Tech Support Desk Employee
Jason Kishineff (D) - Sanders Campaign Activist & '18 Candidate
John Tyler (D)

District 6:
Doris Matsui (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Christine Bish (R) - Realtor
Ben Emard (D) - Attorney
Kie'Marr "K" Saleh (Communist)

Tony Coelho

District 7:
Ami Bera (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Jeff Burdick (D) - Public Affairs Consultant & Ex-Journalist
Jon Ivy (R) - Voter Access Coordinator, Law Student & USAF Veteran
Jrmar Jefferson (D) - Ex-TV Reality Show Contestant & Frequent Candidate
Buzz Patterson (R) - Retired USAF Officer, Author & Conservative Activist
Chris Richardson (G) - Engineer & Biologist

District 8:
[ Paul Cook (R)* - Candidate for San Bernardino County Supervisor in 2020. ]
Chris Bubser (D) - Documentary Film Producer & Ex-Biotech Consultant

Bob Conaway (D) - Attorney, Democratic Activist & Frequent Candidate
Tim Donnelly (R) - Ex-State Assemblyman, Businessman, '18 Candidate & '14 Gov. Candidate
James Ellars (D) - Clean Energy Consultant & Yang Campaign Activist
Jeff Esmus (NPP) - Vocational Education Teacher & Mechanic
Jerry Laws (R) - Retired Truck Driver, USMC Veteran & Frequent Candidate
Destiny Lovato (R) - Educator
Peter "Doober" Mathisen (NPP) - Apple Grower
Jay Obernolte (R) - State Assemblyman, Ex-Big Bear City Councilman & Computer Engineer
Ronald O'Donnell (D) - Retired Attorney & Frequent Candidate
Jeremy Staat (R) - Retired Pro Football Player, College Instructor & Iraq War Veteran
Justin Whitehead (R) - School District Behavior Specialist & Realtor

District 9:
Jerry McNerney (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Tony Amador (R) - Realtor, Ex-US Marshall, Ex-Police Officer & Frequent Candidate
William Martinek (R) - Financial Advisor
Alexis Medina (D) - Teacher

District 10:
Josh Harder (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Ryan Blevins (D) - Robotics Engineer
Bob Elliott (R) - San Joaquin County Supervisor, Ex-Tracy Councilman & Retired Army Officer
Ted Howze (R) - Ex-Turlock City Councilman, Veterinarian & '18 Candidate
Marla Livengood (R) - Legislative Analyst, Ex-Lobbyist, Ex-Congressional Aide & '18 Candidate

Tom Ammiano for San Francisco Mayor

District 11:
Mark DeSaulnier (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Matthew Doyle (D)
Michael Kerr (G) - Organic Gardener, Army Veteran & Progressive Activist

District 12:
Nancy Pelosi (D)* - (House Speaker Site) - (Campaign Site)
Agatha Bacelar (NPP) - Multimedia Content Manager
Shahid Buttar (D) - Attorney, Singer, Artist, Poet & '18 Candidate
John Dennis (R) - Businessman, Libertarian Activist & Frequent Candidate
Tom Gallagher (D) - Writer & Peace Activist
Stephen Jaffe (D) - Attorney, Sanders Campaign Activist & '18 Candidate
DeAnna Lorraine (R) - Relationship/Dating Coach & Trump Campaign Activist

District 13:
Barbara Lee (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Nikka Piterman (R) - Computer Programmer

District 14:
Jackie Speier (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Cristos Goodrow (D) - Technology Executive & Computer Engineer
Eric Taylor (NPP)

Shirley Temple Black for Congress - 1967

District 15:
Eric Swalwell (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Sam Campbell (D) - After-School Educator, College Student & Human Rights Activist
Don Grundmann (C) - State Party Chair, Chiropractor & Frequent Candidate
Alison Hayden (R) - Educational Therapist
Austin Intal (D) - Realtor
Peter Liu (R) - Insurance Agent, Disabled Army Veteran, '14 Mayor Candidate & '18 Gov Candidate
Nisha Sharma (R)
Jacob Vital (NPP)

District 16:
Jim Costa (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Kevin Cookingham (R) - Real Estate Agent & Retired Educator

Esmeralda Soria (D) - Fresno City Councilwoman & Attorney
Kim Williams (D) - College Professor & Ex-US Foreign Service Diplomat

District 17:
Ro Khanna (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Ritesh Tandon (R) - Businessman & Computer Engineer

District 18:
Anna Eshoo (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Rishi Kumar (D) - Saratoga City Councilman, Businessman & Mechanical Engineer

Gray Davis for Governor - 1974

District 19:
Zoe Lofgren (D)*
- (Campaign Site)
Erik Estavillo (R) - Former Serial Litigant
Abdullah Issaq (D) - Teacher
Ivan Torres (D) - Healthcare Worker & Progressive Activist

District 20:
Jimmy Panetta (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Jeff Gorman (R) - Monterey County GOP Chair & Financial Advisor
Adam Scow (D) - Consumer Advocate & Environmental Activist

District 21:
T.J. Cox (D)* - (Campaign Site)
David Valadao (R) - Ex-Congressman, Ex-State Assemblyman & Dairy Farmer

District 22:
Devin Nunes (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Phil Arballo (D) - Financial Advisor & Community Activist
Bobby Bliatout (D) - Health Care Executive & '18 Candidate
Eric Garcia (NPP) - Graduate Student & Iraq War Veteran
Heman Hill (NPP)
Dary Rezvani (D) - Accountant, Auditor & Auto Repair Shop Owner

Jerry Brown for Oakland Mayor

District 23:
Kevin McCarthy (R)* - (House Minority Leader Site) - (Campaign Site)
Kim Mangone (D) - Systems Engineer & USAF Veteran

District 24:
Salud Carbajal (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Andy Caldwell (R) - Radio Talk Show Host & Conservative Activist
Michael Erin Woody (R) - Ex-Fresno City Councilman, Civil Engineer & '18 Candidate

District 25:
[ Katie Hill (D)* - Resigned November 1, 2019. ]
Armen Abelyan (D) - Tax Consultant, Ex-IRS Agent & Sanders Campaign Activist
Otis Lee Cooper (NPP) - Legal Defense Investigator
Robert Cooper III (D) - College Professor
Mark Cripe (R) - Police Officer
Ignacio Cruz (R) - Businessman & Conservative Activist
Brenda Edmunds (R)
Getro Elize (D) - Patient Resource Worker
Mike Garcia (R) - Defense Contractor Executive & Iraq War Veteran
Chad "St. Michael" Henry (NPP) - Retired Federal Employee
Kenneth Jenks (R) - Telecommunications Technology Consultant, Engineer & USMC Veteran
Steve Knight (R) - Ex-Congressman, Ex-State Sen, Ex-Assemblyman & Retired Police Officer
Courtney Lackey (R)
David Lozano (R) - Attorney
George Papadopolous (R) - Oil/Gas Consultant, Ex-Trump Campaign Advisor & Felon
Charles Patron (R)
David Rudnick (D) - Business Developer, Real Estate Investor & USMC Veteran
Christopher Smith (D) - Documentary Filmmaker
Christy Smith (D) - State Assemblywoman, Ex-Newhall School Board Member & Ex-Policy Analyst
Cenk Uygur (D) - YouTube Talk Show Host, Attorney & Businessman
Anibal Valdez-Ortega (D) - Attorney & Community Organizer

District 26:
Julia Brownley (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Grant Kennedy (R) - Attorney
Ronda Kennedy (R) - Attorney & '18 Assembly Nominee
Robert Salas (D) - Retired Federal Employee, USAF Veteran, Author & UFO Activist

Pat Brown for Governor - 1966

District 27:
Judy Chu (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Beatrice Cardenas (R) - Loan Officer & '18 Candidate
Christian Daly (NPP) - County Supervisor Aide
Johnny Nalbandian (R) - Businessman, Trump Campaign Activist & '18 Candidate

District 28:
Adam Schiff (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Akinyemi Agbede (D) - Mathematician & Frequent Candidate
Chad Anderson (D) - Businessman
Jennifer Barbosa (NPP) - Realtor & Community Activist
Bill Bodell (R) - Businessman & '06 Candidate
Eric Early (R) - Attorney & '18 Attorney General Candidate
Sal Genovese (D) - Community Services Director & Frequent Candidate
Ara Manoogian (D) - Security System Integrator & Human Rights Activist
Christopher Martinez (D)
Selena Martinez (D)

G. "Maebe A. Girl" Pudlo (D) - Silver Lake Councilor & Drag Queen Performer

District 29:
Tony Cardenas (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Margie Carranza (R) - Frequent Candidate
Angelica Duenas (D) - HR Professional, Peace Activist & '18 Candidate
Michael Guzik (D) - Lyft Driver
Brian Perras (R) - Actor, Ex-Minor League Baseball Player & Navy Veteran

District 30:
Brad Sherman (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Gary Alcock (R) - Investment Banker
Naora Ben-Dov (R)
CJ Berina (D) - Marketing Consultant & Businessman
David Brandon (R) - Businessman
Brian Carroll (D) - Entertainment Company Senior Art Director
Royce D'Orazio (NPP) - Game Arcade Owner, Documentary Producer & '10 Gov Candidate
Abraham Justice (NPP) - Stuntman
Paula Kahn (D) - Progressive Activist
Raji Rab (D) - Businessman, Commercial Pilot, '18 Candidate & '19 City Council Candidate
Mark Reed (R) - Realtor, Rancher & Frequent Candidate

Arianna Huffington - 2003

District 31:
Pete Aguilar (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Agnes Gibboney (R) - Mother of Murder Victim & Anti-"Sanctuary Law" Activist

District 32:
Grace Napolitano (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Emanuel Gonzales (D) - Dialysis Technician & Labor Union Activist
Meshal "Kash" Kashifalghita (D) - Parole Agent & Army Reserve Officer
Joshua Scott (R) - Analyst, Paralegal & '18 Candidate

District 33:
Ted Lieu (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Liz Barris (D) - Nonprofit Group Director
James Bradley (R) - Business CFO & '18 US Sen Candidate
Brandon Fricke (NPP) - Sports Marketing Advisor
Albert Goldberg (D) - Real Estate Broker, Film Producer & '12 Candidate
Sarah Liew (R) - Businesswoman
Kenneth Wright (R) - Ophthalmology Surgeon & Medical School Professor

District 34:
Jimmy Gomez (D)*
- (Campaign Site)
David Kim (D) - Sony Movie Executive, Attorney & Neighborhood Council Member
Joe Kozel (D) - Businessman
Frances Yasmeen Motiwalla (D) - Political Organizer & Peace Activist
Shannel Pittman (G) - Political Organizer & Green Party Activist
Keanakay Scott (D) - County Employee, Author, College Student & Homeless Activist
Joanne Wright (R)

Peace & Freedom Party

District 35:
Norma Torres (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Mike Cargile (R) - Independent Filmmaker

District 36:
Raul Ruiz (D)*
- (Campaign Site)
Gina Chapa (D) - Community Education Specialist & Ex-Congressional Aide
Erin Cruz (R) - Radio Show Host, Ex-Human Resource Specialist & '18 US Sen. Candidate

Jesse Glick (R)
Milo Stevanovich (R) - Businessman, Attorney & Accountant

District 37:
Karen Bass (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Larry Thompson (NPP) - Attorney & Talent Manager
Errol Webber (R) - Documentary Film Producer & Cinematographer

District 38:
Linda Sanchez (D)* -
(Campaign Site)
Will Davis (R) - Pest Control Company Manager
Paul Jones (R) - Retired Teacher & Vietnam War Veteran
Michael Tolar (D) - Retail Store Worker

Jack Dean - 1988

District 39:
Gil Cisenros (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Steve Cox (NPP) - Journalist, Photographer & '18 Candidate
Young Kim (R) - Ex-State Assemblywoman, Ex-Congressional Aide & '18 Candidate

District 40:
Lucille Roybal-Allard (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Rodolfo Cortes Barragan (G) - Social Scientist & '18 Candidate
C. Antonio Delgado (R) - Attorney
Anthony Felix Jr. (D) - Homeless Services Analyst & Labor Union Activist
Michael Graham Jr. (AIP)
Orion Metzger (D) - Freelance Cinematographer & Iraq War Veteran
Juan Rivera (L) - Realtor
David Sanchez (D) - Teacher

District 41:
Mark Takano (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Simon Mark Alvarez (D) - Self-Described "Luciferian"
Aja Smith (R) - Federal Employee, USAF Veteran & '18 Candidate
Grace Williams (D) - Perris City Planning Director & Army Veteran

District 42:
Ken Calvert (R)* - (Campaign Site)
David Fritz (R)
Regina Marston (D) - Marketing Consultant
Liam O'Mara (D) - College Professor & Sanders Campaign Activist

Bob Dornan

District 43:
Maxine Waters (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Joe Collins (R) - Financial Consultant & Navy Veteran
Omar Navarro (R) - Businessman, Trump Campaign Activist & '16/'18 Candidate
Miguel Zuniga Jr. (G) - Sanders Campaign Activist, Store Salesperson & '18 Candidate

District 44:
Nanette Barragan (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Billy Earley (R) - Physician Assistant & Healthcare Advocate
Morris Griffin (D) - County Maintenance Technician
Analilia Joya (D) - Teacher, Disability Advocate, '13 LA Comptroller Candidate & '18 Water Bd Candidate
Jazmina Saavedra (R) - Businesswoman, Trump Campaign Activist & '18 Candidate

District 45:
Katie Porter (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Rhonda Furin (R) - Retired Teacher
Chris Gonzales (R) - Attorney, Army Veteran & '10 Irvine Mayor Candidate
Peggy Huang (R) - Yorba Linda City Councilor & Deputy Attorney General\
Aditya Pai (D) - Attorney
Julie Proctor (R) - Realtor
Greg Raths (R) - Mission Viejo Councilman, Businessman, Retired USMC Colonel & '14/'16 Candidate
Don Sedgwick (R) - Laguna Hills Mayor, Ex-School Board Member & Businessman
Lisa Sparks (R) - Orange County Board of Education Member & University Dean
Brenton Woolworth (R) - Businessman & Ex-Insurance Agent

District 46:
Lou Correa (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Will Johnson (NPP) - Caregiver, Driver & '18 Candidate
Pablo Mendiolea (D) - Real Estate Company Acquisitions Manager
Ed Rushman (NPP) - IT Project Manager & '18 Candidate
James Waters (R) - Retired Postal Worker & Disabled Veteran

Ralph Waite (Pa Walton) for Congress

District 47:
Alan Lowenthal (D)* - (Campaign Site)
John Briscoe (R) - Ocean View School Board Trustee, Business Consultant & '18 Candidate
Josef Hodgkins (D) - Nurse & '12 Candidate
Peter Mathews (D) - College Professor & Frequent Candidate
Jalen McLeod (D) - Graduate Student
Sou Moua (R) - CAD Designer, GOP Activist & '12 State Assembly Candidate
Shawn Roshan (D) - Realtor & Law School Graduate
Julian Soto (D) - Nonprofit Worker
Amy Phan West (R) - Car Rental Employee, Conservative Activist & '18 City Council Candidate

District 48:
Harley Rouda (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Brian Burley (R) - Technology Consultant & '18 Huntington Beach City Council Candidate
Chris Engels (R) - Attorney
James "JB" Griffin (R) - Real Estate Broker & Property Manager
Richard Mata (D) - Retired Teacher
Tami Murillo (R) - Realtor, Nurse & '16 San Diego Councll Candidate
Daniel Rice (R)
John Thomas Schuesler (R) - Mortgage Broker & Documentary Producer
Michelle Steel (R) - Orange County Supervisor & Ex-State Board of Equalization Member
Caleb Sturges (R) - Data Science Analyst & GOP Activist

District 49:
Mike Levin (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Brian Maryott (R) - San Juan Capistrano Mayor, Financial Advisor & '18 Candidate
Nadia Bahia Smalley (D) - Actress, Singer & Musician

District 50:
[ Duncan Hunter (R)* - Not Seeking Re-Election / Resignation expected in December 2019. ]
Sam Abed (R) - Ex-Escondido Mayor, Businessman & Engineer
Marisa Calderon (D) - Trade Association Executive Director
Ammar Campa-Najjar (D) - Communications Consultant, Ex-US Labor Dept. Official & '18 Candidate
Jose Cortes (PFP) - Marxist Political Organizer
Carl DeMaio (R) - Ex-San Diego City Councilman, Radio Show Host, Businessman & '14 Nominee
Hunter Duncan (R) - Realtor & Texas Resident
David Edick Jr. (NPP) - International Investment Consultant
Helen Horvath (NPP) - Psychologist, Businesswoman, Army Veteran & Community Activist
Darrell Issa (R) - Ex-Congressman & Businessman
Brian Jones (R) - State Sen., Ex-State Assemblyman, Ex-Santee City Councilman & Businesman
Henry Ota (NPP) - Business Consultant & US-Japan Council Co-Founder
Bill Wells (R) - El Cajon Mayor, Healthcare Executive, Clinical Psychologist & '18 Candidate
Larry Wilske (R) - Retired Navy SEAL, '18 Assembly Candidate & '14 Candidate

John Briggs for Governor - 1978

District 51:
Juan Vargas (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Aeiramique Glass (D) - Ex-Radio Talk Show Host & Restorative Justice Consultant
Juan Hidalgo Jr. (R) - Retired USMC Sgt Major & '16/'18 Candidate
Alejandro Rodriguez (R) - Fitness Coach

District 52:
Scott Peters (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Nancy Casady (D) - Co-Op Market Manager, Environmental Activist & '96 Candidate
Ryan Cunningham (NPP)
Jim DeBello (R) - Businessman & Inventor
Graham Ledger (R) - Conservative Cable TV Show Host
Jerlilia Ryans (D) - Businesswoman, Attorney & Accountant

District 53:
[ Susan Davis (D)* - Retiring in 2020. ]
John Brooks (D) - Environmental Biologist, Retired Civil Servant, Writer & '12 Candidate
Jose Caballero (D) - Political Consultant, Progressive Activist & Navy Veteran
Ricardo de la Fuente (D) - Businessman & '17/'18 Candidate
Daniel Ferrara (D)
Zack Fields (D) - Marketing Executive & Ex-High School Lacrosse Coach
Joseph Fountain (D)
Devorah Fox (D) - Psychologist & '18 School Board Candidate
Janessa Goldbeck (D) - Communications Consultant & USMC Veteran
Georgette Gomez (D) - San Diego City Council President
Sara Jacobs (D) - Ex-US State Dept. Official, Ex-UN Official & '18 Candidate
Eric Kutner (D) - Homeland Security Consultant
Shelly Lorenze (D) - Community Activist
Ray Lutz (D) - Progressive Activist, Product Design Consultant, Engineer & '10 Candidate
Annette Meza (D) - Educator & Anti-Human Trafficking Activist
Mike Oristian (R) - Venture Technology Investor/Consultant
Famela Ramos (R) - Nurse, Researcher & '18 School Board Candidate
Peter Sharma (D) - Consultant
Joaquin Vazquez (D) - Policy Advisor & Community Organizer
Tom Wong (D) - College Professor


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Socialist Party of California (S)
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Maureen Reagan for Congress


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Pat Brown for Governor - 1966


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John G Schmitz for US Senate - 1982

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