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Statewide Office Candidates and Voter Ballot Proposals

(KTXL) — California prepares to hold elections for many elected offices at the federal, state, county and city levels in November, ballot paper Mailed to all registered voters in the state.

All county ballots include their local constituencies and local bills, as well as the relevant state legislature and legislative office depending on the district in which the voter lives.

However, there are statewide offices and proposals, and two constituencies for the U.S. Senate where all Californians can vote.

Voters will also choose from among their respective district candidates at the California Equalization Commission, the agency responsible for tax administration and fee collection.

All voters in the state fill out a ballot, please mailat a vote center or polling place, or wait until November 8th to mark your ballot in person.

Below is a list of the races and measures that appear on all California ballots, according to the Secretary of State’s list of accreditations.

Statewide Electoral Offices


  • Gavin Newsom — Democrat

Governor of California

  • Brian Dahl — Republican


lieutenant governor

  • Eleni Kounalakis — Democrat

lieutenant governor

  • Angela E. Underwood Jacobs — Republican

Businessman/Deputy Mayor

secretary of state

  • Shirley N. Weber — Democrat

Appointed California Secretary of State

  • Rob Vernosky — Republican



  • Maria M. Cohen — Democrat

California Equality Commission Member

  • Lanhee J. Chen — Republican Party

Financial Advisor/Educator


State Accountant/Certified Public Accountant

  • Jack M. Guerrero — Republican


Prosecutor General

Appointed California Attorney General

  • Nathan Hochman — Republican

legal adviser

insurance commissioner

  • Ricardo Lara — Democrat

insurance commissioner

  • Robert Howell — Republican

Cyber ​​security equipment manufacturer

superintendent of public schools

  • Lance Ray Christensen — Nonpartisan

Education Policy Officer

  • Tony K. Thurmond — Nonpartisan

superintendent of public schools

United States Senator (full term)

  • Alex Padilla — Democrat

Appointed to the United States Senate

  • Mark P. Mouser — Republican

constitutional lawyer

United States Senator (partial/indefinite)

  • Alex Padilla — Democrat

Appointed to the United States Senate

  • Mark P. Mouser — Republican

constitutional lawyer

State Equalization Commission (4 districts)


  • Jose S. Altamirano — Democratic Party

business operations manager

  • Ted Gaines — Republican

Equalization Committee Member


  • Sally J. Lieber — Democrat

City Councilman/Environmental Advocate

  • Peter Ko Barbica — Republican

investment adviser


  • Tony Vasquez — Democrat

Equalization Commission, Member

  • Y. Marie Manbell — No Party Taste

social welfare committee


  • David Dodson — Democrat

state board supervisor

  • Mike Schaefer — Democrat

Member, State Equalization Commission, District 4


Proposition 1

If approved, this would amend the California Constitution to allow the state to “ensure that the state respects an individual’s reproductive health in their most intimate decisions, including the fundamental right to choose abortion and the fundamental right to choose or refuse contraceptives.” Denying or interfering with liberty is prohibited.”

Governor Gavin Newsom, leader of both houses of the state legislature, Senate Speaker Toni Atkins and Congressional Leader Anthony Rendon, and abortion rights advocates support the bill, but California Republicans I am against it.

Proposition 26

The measure allows face-to-face sports gambling at Native American casinos and racetracks, while allowing more gambling games at tribal casinos.

Several Native American tribes in the state support the measure, but some casinos and the California Commerce Club oppose it.

Proposition 27

Another measure would also legalize sports betting in California, but it would allow gambling online via mobile phones and computers.

Several gaming companies and Las Vegas casinos support the measure, but several Native American tribes in California oppose it.

Proposition 28

This action will allow the state to spend more money on arts and music programs in all K-12 public schools. The money will be distributed to all public schools, providing additional funding to schools that serve economically disadvantaged students.

Former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and several large school districts in the state support the bill, but there have been no major organized efforts to oppose it.

Proposition 29

The measure would require a doctor, nurse, or physician’s assistant to be present during kidney dialysis treatment, require dialysis companies to disclose whether they own clinics, and all dialysis centers would have more. of data must be reported to the state. State approval is required to close clinics, and denial of certain patients is also prohibited.

The SEIU-UHW West union is the biggest supporter of the move, while dialysis companies, the California Medical Association and the California Chamber of Commerce oppose it.

Proposal 30

If approved, the measure would raise personal income taxes by 1.75% for those earning $2 million or more annually to fund electric vehicle programs, wildfire prevention programs, and electric vehicle infrastructure programs. .

Ride-sharing company Lyft and several unions support the bill, but Governor Gavin Newsom and the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association are opposed.

Proposition 31

If approved, the bill would maintain the law passed by the state legislature and governor in 2020 banning most flavored tobacco products. Sales of these products continue while the proposal is being considered.

Health groups support the measure (a “yes” vote maintains the ban), and tobacco companies oppose it.

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