June 5, 2018
Pat Harris – A Voice For A New America
Delaine Eastin – It's Time To Build A Better California
Gayle McLaughlin – Corporate Free, People First (epitome of Bernie)
Dave Jones – A Proven Leader With Integrity, Integrity, Integrity
Secretary of State
Ruben Major – Run With Ruben For Major Change
Vivek Viswanathan – No Big Money, No Shortcuts
Asif Mahmood, M.D. – The Physician, Not The Politician
U.S. Congress District 01
Jessica Holcombe – Bring Back The American Dream
U.S. Congress District 02
Andy Caffrey - Ecotopian Politician for an Electoral Revolution
U.S. Congress District 04
Jessica Morse - I'm ready to serve. I'm ready to solve.
U.S. Congress District 05
Jason Kishineff - Fighting For Justice - Social, Racial, Economic, Environmental
U.S. Congress District 08
Marge Doyle – A Registered Nurse Fighting for Your Healthcare - Put Marge in Charge!
U.S. Congress District 12
Stephen Jaffe – A Choice For A Change – Against Nancy Pelosi
- Single-payer health care
- Drug reimportation
- Living wages
- Free college and university
- Investigation of police shootings
- Peace at home and abroad
U.S. Congress District 13
Barbara Lee – Incumbent
U.S. Congress District 17
Ro Khanna – Incumbent – Delivering Strong Leadership For Our Future
- Banning PAC & Lobbyist Money
- Creating Technology & Manufacturing Jobs across America
- Providing Debt Free College
- Supporting Apprenticeships & Vocational Training
- Standing up for Women's Rights
- Investing in New Industries & Clean Technology
U.S. Congress District 22
Ricardo Franco – Fighting For Everyone!
U.S. Congress District 25
Jess Phoenix – Rise Up!
U.S. Congress District 29
Angelica Duenas – A Progressive Voice For The Community
U.S. Congress District 33
Emory Rodgers - Mister Rodgers for Progress. CA33 is Ready for Change.
As a candidate for the 33 district of the US Congress from the state of California
- 1: human right amendment, with accross the board equal protections under the law
- 2: and end to corporate personhood, and an end to all corporate influence over any branch or office of government
- 3 universal single payer healthcare
- 4: free education thru graduation of either trade or PhD level
- 5: a living wage, which currently should be between $22-$25 an hour
- 6: a national unionization policy for all labor forces
- 7 corruption reform and punishment litigation from local governmentpolice all the way to President
- 8: election reform, including securing the vote, ungerry mandering the country, taking money out of elections, securing third party participation, and making the electrical collage and senate representational!
- 9 rights of clean air water land sea and food!
- 10 a return on our investment with all investment into corporation either by tax break grant subsidy or resource to be paid equally to all the people annually with voting qualified stock holding
- 11 direct democracy and end to the offices of the president and vice, and and end to a two class republic!
- 12 term limits to the supreme and federal courts and well as a path to service to change from appointment to elected!
- 13 And an end to homelessness and hunger basing those solutions on Utah housing policy and food redistribution policies of France and England
- 14 And the complete shift to non polluting power sources such as wind, solar, geothermal and hemp base ethanol!
- 15 and an end to the war on drugs and the industrial transfer from oil plastics, wood steel pharmaceutical all to hemp byproducts
And finally a 2 trillion 2300 century infrastructure advancement and automated industrial return to US soil!
I would rather have politicians that have the humanities of FDR the progressive tech understanding of Tesla and the visionary assertion of Walt Disney? Or should I be more like the current dems and repubs and hold up progress for another hundred years, as Woodrow Wilson first introduced universal healthcare in 1915? Your call?
Oh and while we are at fixing the world an end to imperial globalism and let’s spend some of the money we will save cutting the military industrial complex in half and spend a lot of that money paying for the research necessary to cure all the worst global diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer’s, MS, MD, autism, Down syndrome, etc! But no maybe I need to be more of a realist?
U.S. Congress District 34
Kenneth Mejia – People, Planet, Peace, People Over Profit
U.S. Congress District 42
Julia Peacock – A Teacher For Congress – A New Voice For The 42nd
U.S. Congress District 43
Miguel Zuniga – It's Time To Put A Heart In The Machine
U.S. Congress District 49
Colonel Doug Applegate – A Leader Then. A Leader Now.
U.S. Congress District 50
Ammar Campa-Najjar – I'll Be Your Voice In Washington D.C.
State Assembly District 01
Caleen Sisk – Native American of the The Winnemem Wintu People
State Assembly District 10
Dan Monte – Ready to Work for Marin and Sonoma
State Assembly District 15
Jovanka Beckles – Most Progressive Candidate In The Race
State Assembly District 16
Rebecca Bauer-Kahan – Bringing Passion For Solving Problems
Rebecca Bauer-Kahan is an accomplished attorney, environmental advocate, community volunteer, law professor and mother. A Bay Area native, she has dedicated her career and personal time to improving our community, solving complex problems, protecting civil rights and fighting to ensure everyone has the opportunity to succeed.
State Assembly District 18
Rob Bonta – Incumbent – Fighting For More Prosperous Communities In The East Bay
A new year means a new Legislature, complete with 37 new lawmakers, 38 new committee chairs and three leaders new to opening session atop their caucuses. They will bring a burst of activity to downtown Sacramento, where the corridors of the state Capitol, the coffee shops and the restaurants will soon hum with staff, lawmakers and lobbyists plying their trade.
State Assembly District 30
Robert Rivas – The Clear Choice for AD30
Supervisor Robert Rivas lives in Hollister with his wife, Christen, and their one-year-old daughter, Melina. He has served on the San Benito County Board of Supervisors since 2010, and most recently served a term as Chairman.
State Assembly District 33
Socorro Cisneros – Our Diverse Community Has Diverse and Unique Needs
I'm Socorro, a retired union worker, a mother, and a concerned citizen living in the High Desert region of AD33. I've been involved in the community for years, not only as a parent to students in the Snowline School District, but as Democratic activist. I've seen the greatness our community has to offer - hard-working families, students ready for what the world has to offer, citizens engaged in our community and working to make it better.
State Assembly District 35
Bill Ostrander – It's About All Of Us. Let's Put Our Best Selves Forward
Day after day, I read the news in disbelief.
Dishonesty, deceit, racism, disrespect of people and cultures, efforts to divide us, and the destruction of our environment – the list goes on. This is not the government I want nor the one I will accept.
I’m Bill Ostrander and I’m running to represent California’s 35th Assembly District, which includes all of San Luis Obispo County and almost 50% of Santa Barbara County.
State Assembly District 39
Patty Lopez – A Champion For Families
A mother and grandmother, Patty López has protected families, children, and those who have no voice in government. Whether is passing legislation to extend more tax relief to families, push for childcare expansion, or working with the foster care system, she is your champion.
State Assembly District 54
Steve Dunwoody – We Deserve Better
Our movement's agenda is clear — we stand for protections from toxic pollution, a 100% clean energy system that contributes to widely shared prosperity, universal healthcare and education, housing that's affordable, a justice system that works for our communities, and California family values — comprehensive paid leave and childcare, plus full equality for women and the LGBT community.
Steve has a lifetime of experience in the labor movement, military, Obama campaign, and White House, plus a record of progressive policy advocacy across California with leaders like Senator Bernie Sanders.
State Assembly District 63
Maria Estrada – The People's Alternative to Anthony Renden
Hello friends and fellow activists. My name is Maria Estrada. I am an activist, a mother and a grandmother. I'm not a politician, I don't have aspirations to be a lifelong politician, but I am tired.
Tired of the status quo, the decline in our standard of living, the decline in our environment and our education system, and I am really tired of the politicians who have allowed our situation to worsen.
I am running in AD63 to represent the people in that district, and to remove the Speaker of the Assembly of California who has failed the 63rd and the people in California for denying us single payer healthcare.
State Assembly District 70
Rachel Bruhnke – Keep Calm, I Am A Teacher
Hello friends and fellow activists. My name is Maria Estrada. I am Rachel Bruhnke is a lifelong political activist and organizer, and Green Party member since 1992. She has been twice a member of the LA Green Party County Council and was a delegate to the GP State Convention in 2017.
She is running on the Green Party's 10 Key Values, promoting a platform of: Land Use Reform/Housing for All, Healthcare as a Human Right, Building a Just and Sustainable Economy, and Participatory Democracy for All Ages for a "California People's Assembly"
State Assembly District 71
James Elia – New Leadership Delivering Results For Our Community
I am one of 8 children, Chaldean American, to a single immigrant father. At a young age my mother passed away from cancer leaving my father to raise 8 kids on his own. She passed away at a time that insurance companies could simply drop you if you were sick so he was not only left with 8 kids, but massive hospital bills as well. So I certainly know the struggles and hard work it takes just to survive here in California.
State Assembley District 73
Scott Rhinehart – I Will Be Your Voice
My father was a union coal miner and helped to organize for the United Mine Workers. My mother, besides taking care of nine kids, was my dad’s rock and our family’s heart. From them, I learned to respect the dignity of each individual and to raise my voice against injustice in all its forms.
State Assembly District 75
Alan Geraci – He Fights! We Win!
Alan Geraci is a respected consumer attorney, small business owner, father, youth sports coach, and community leader. He and his wife Karen, have a blended family of six children and two grandchildren.
State Assembly District 76
Elizabeth Warren – Stronger Communities, Quality of Life, Hope For Tomorrow
I'm not a politician. I'm a wife, mother, journalist and activist. Years in the trenches as a fierce defender of environmental, economic and social justice at the local, state and national levels have convinced me that the only way to ensure lasting positive change is for regular people like you and me to get involved in the political process. Running for Assembly was a natural next step on that road.
LA Superior Court Judge Office 4
LA Superior Court Judge Office 16
LA Superior Court Judge Office 20
LA Superior Court Judge Office 60
LA Superior Court Judge Office 63
LA Superior Court Judge Office 67
LA Superior Court Judge Office 71
LA Superior Court Judge Office 113
LA Superior Court Judge Office 118
LA Superior Court Judge Office 126
LA Superior Court Judge Office 146
Proposition 68: Yes
Proposition 69: Yes
Proposition 70: No
Proposition 71: Yes
Proposition 72: Yes