Let’s elect real progressives to the California Legislature

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California is a deeply blue state, but not all Democrats are made equally. The following are the REAL progressives running for State Senate or Assembly. As the state legislature is safely blue, we do not list “lesser evil” options for either chamber, as we do for US Congress.

*Candidate endorsed by the California Progressive Alliance

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See also

Progressive Candidates for Congress – March 2020

Progressive Candidates for Democratic Central Committee – March 2020

Here are the Most Progressive Candidates for Congress in California – 2020 Primary

This is the list of the most progressive candidates running for Congress in California. Unfortunately, many of the most progressive candidates are protest candidates, whose campaigns lack the resources to adequately challenge incumbents. Still, a vote for protest candidates sends a message that a well funded progressive could be viable in that district in future elections. In some cases, however, a non-viable progressive may take votes away from a viable but less progressive candidate, and lead to the victory of a conservative Democrat or a Republican. These races are noted below and we leave it up to progressive voters to decide whether to vote their conscience or vote strategically.

Please e-mail additions and corrections to margalacabe@gmail.com. Please note that this is a living document and therefore changes are made as we get more information.

CD 1 Audrey Denney

Audrey Denney is the best progressive choice. She is running a strong campaign against Trumpian Republican incumbent Doug LaMalfa.

CD 2 No recommendation

Democratic incumbent Jared Huffman has a good record on the environment, but he is not consistently progressive. Democrat Rachel Moniz and Green Party candidate Melissa Bradley are challenging him from the left. At this time, we don’t have a recommendation between these two protest candidates. This is a safe Democratic district.

CD 3 John Garamendi (i)

While incumbent Garamendi is not particular progressive, his only opponents are Republicans

CD 4 No recommendation

This district is currently represented by Republican Tom McClintock. There are several Republicans running against him as well as a single Democrat, Brynne S. Kennedy, a moderate. Also in the race is NPP candidate Robert Lawton, who has the most progressive platform. McClintock defeated his center-left Democratic opponent by 8 points in 2018.

CD 5 Jason Kishineff

Democratic incumbent Mike Thompson is a moderate. Progressive Berniecrat Kishineff is endorsed by the California Progressive Alliance. This is a safe Democratic district.

CD 6 Benjamin Emard

Most progressive candidate running against moderate Democratic incumbent Doris Matsui. This is a safe Democratic district.

CD 7 Jeff Burdick

Most progressive candidate running against right wing Democratic incumbent Ami Bera.

CD 8 Christine Bubser

Most progressive candidate in an open race.

CD 9 Jerry McNerney (i)

McNerney is a moderate Democratic incumbent facing only Republicans

CD 10 Josh Harder (i)

Democratic incumbent Josh Harder is center left, but he has the support of the progressives/Berniecrats in the district, as he has been willing to listen to and work with the progressive left. There are a couple of protest candidates running against him in the left, Democrats Mike Barkley and Ryan Blevins. This is a very purple district which Harder won from a Trumpian Republican in 2018, for this reason a strategic vote for Harder seems to be in order.

CD 11 Mark DeSaulnier (i)

Progressive Democratic incumbent.

CD 12 Shahid Buttar

Incumbent is Nancy Pelosi. Buttar is endorsed by the SF Berniecrats, California Progressive Alliance and more.

CD 13 Barbara Lee (i)

Progressive Democratic incumbent faces a Republican.

CD 14 No Current Recommendation

NPP Eric Taylor seems to be challenging center-left Democratic incumbent Jackie Spier from the left. However, at this point we don’t know enough about him to recommend him as a protest candidate. Safe Democratic district.

CD 15 Samantha Campbell

Campbell is the best choice of a protest candidate against moderate Democratic incumbent Eric Swalwell. Safe Democratic district.

CD 16 Kim Williams

The most progressive candidate challenging conservative Democrat incumbent Jim Costa. Safe Democratic district.

CD 17 Ro Khanna (i)

Incumbent Ro Khanna has been at the vanguard of sponsoring anti-war and progressive legislation.

CD 18 No Current Recommendation

Incumbent center-left Democrat Ana Eshoo is being challenged by center-left Democrat Rishi Kumar, a Tulsi Gabbard supporter. Safe Democratic district.

CD 19 Ivan Torres

Torres is protest challenging center/center-left Democratic incumbent Zoe Lofgren from the left. Safe Democratic district.

CD 20 Adam Scow

Progressive Scow is challenging moderate Democratic incumbent Jimmy Panetta. Scow is endorsed by the California Progressive Alliance, Santa Cruz for Bernie, the Sunrise Movement local chapter and other groups.

CD 21 TJ Cox (i)

While incumbent Democrat Cox is a moderate, all his opponents are Republicans or non-serious candidates. Cox won the district from a Republican incumbent in 2018.

CD 22 Dary Rezvani or Bobby Bliatout

Rezvani is the most progressive candidate running against Republican incumbent Devin Nunez. However, Rezvani doesn’t have a strong campaign, so many progressives are backing Bobby Bliatout as a lesser-but-still progressive and more viable alternative.

CD 23 Kim Mangone

Mangone is the only challenger to Trumpian Republican incumbent McCarthy.

CD 24 No Current Recommendation

Democratic incumbent Salud Carbajal is a moderate, but he does not face any challenges clearly to his left. Safe Democratic district.

CD 25 No  Recommendation

A plethora of Republican and Democratic candidates are running for Katie Hill’s recently vacated seat in this very, very purple district. The danger here is that the Democrats split the vote and two Republicans gain the top two positions in the open primary. We therefore suggest that voters think carefully as to whether they want to vote their conscience or more strategically.

The most progressive candidate running is Aníbal Valdéz-Ortega, however he is extremely unlikely to make it to the top-two. Cenk Uygur has greater name recognition and money and therefore has a greater chance, but his history of misogynist comments an attitude make it difficult for us to recommend him. The Democratic establishment has put their support behind moderate Christy Smith, as the most likely candidate to keep the seat,  but she is a moderate with animosity against the Bernie movement. In addition, she got an “F” grade from the Courage Campaign, showing her animosity towards progressive legislation.

CD 26 No Recommendation

Incumbent Democrat Julia Brownley is a moderate, but she does not face serious opposition from the left. This is a purple district.

CD 27 No Recommendation

Incumbent moderate Democrat Judy Chu does not face opposition from the left. Safe Democratic district.

CD 28 G. “Maebe A. Girl” Pudlo

Progressive drag queen Maebe A. Girl is running an insurgent campaign against the stalwart of the Military-Industrial Complex Adam Schiff. Safe Democratic district.

CD 29 Angelica Duenas

Former Bernie delegate and progressive activist Angelica Duenas is challenging moderate Democratic incumbent Tony Cardenas. Endorsed by the California Progressive Alliance. Safe Democratic district.

CD 30 Courtney “CJ” Berina

Berina is the most progressive candidate challenging moderate incumbent Democrat Brad Sherman. Endorsed by the California Progressive Alliance. Safe Democratic district.

CD 31 Write In “None of the Above”

Incumbent Democrat Peter Aguilar is a right wing endorser of Bloomberg, but his only opponent is a Republican. This mean they will both make it to the general.

CD 32 No current recommendation

Incumbent Democrat Grace Napolitano is a moderate. There are two Democrats challenging her whom we still have to research.

CD 33 No current recommendation

Incumbent Democrat Ted Lieu has a couple of challengers that we need to research.

CD 34 Frances Motiwalla

Progressive challenger to moderate Democratic incumbent Jimmy Gomez Safe Democratic district.

CD 35 No Recommendation

Moderate Democratic incumbent Norma Torres is challenged only by a Republican.

CD 36 No recommendation

Center-right Democratic incumbent Raul Ruiz is challenged only by Republicans

CD 37 Karen Bass (i)

Progressive Democratic incumbent.

CD 38 No current recommendation

Progressive protest candidate Michael Tolar is challenging moderate Democratic incumbent Linda Sanchez. We don’t know enough about the district or Tolar to currently offer a recommendation.

CA 39 Steve Cox

Progressive independent Cox is challenging Democratic incumbent Gil Cisneros. There is only one Republican in the race. While this was a red district until Cisneros won it in 2018, there is only one Republican in the race so a protest vote for Cox in the primary won’t help Republicans win back the seat.

CD 40 Rodolfo Cortes Barragan

Green party candidate Cortes Barragan is challenging center-left Democratic incumbent Lucille Roybal-Allard. He’s endorsed by the California Progressive Alliance. Safe Democratic District

CD 41 No recommendation

Democratic incumbent Mark Takano is center-left. His Democratic challenger Grace Williams seems to have similar politics.

CD 42 William “Liam” O’Mara

O’Mara is the most progressive candidate running against Republican incumbent Ken Calvert. He has been endorsed by the California Progressive Alliance. This is a safe Republican district.

CD 43 Maxine Waters (i)

Progressive Democratic incumbent running against two Republicans.

CD 44 Nanette Diaz Barragan (i)

While Barragan has moved towards the establishment since being elected, all her challengers are problematic and not progressive.

CD 45 Katie Porter (i)

Democratic incumbent Porter is only challenged by Republicans. This is a purple district.

CD 46 Pablo Mendiolea

Progressive Mediolea is challenging center-right Democratic incumbent Lou Correa. He has been endorsed by the California Progressive Alliance.

CD 47 Peter Matthew

Matthew is the most progressive candidate challenging incumbent moderate Democrat Alan Lowenthal. He has been endorsed by the California Progressive Alliance.

CD 48 No Recommendation

Incumbent Democrat Harley Rouda is only facing right-wing candidates in the district he won from a Republican in 2018. Rouda was one of the Democrats whom Bloomberg bragged of having “bought” at the last debate. As expected, Rouda endorsed billionaire Michael Bloomberg, a right wing, sexist, racist, candidate with a history of human rights violations, islamophobia and sexual abuse – who is, for all intents and purposes, as bad, if not worse, than Trump. We cannot recommend that you vote for him in the primary.

CD 49 Mike Levin (i)

Incumbent moderate Democrat Levin is only facing right-wing candidates in a purple district.

CD 50 No Current Recommendation

This is a deeply red district, represented until recently by convicted Republican congressman Duncan Hunter, who last won the district by 10-points (post indictment). Democrat Ammar Campa-Najjar is once again running for this seat, but has made a sharp turn to the right, which means we can no longer recommend him. More progressive Democrat Marisa Calderon has suspended her campaign. This leaves Peace and Freedom candidate Jose Cortes as the only progressive in the election, but he has no chance to make it to the top-ten. A vote for Campa-Najjar is thus the best choice for those who want to put a Democrat in the seat.

CD 51 Write In “None of the Above”

Right of center Democratic incumbent Juan C. Vargas (i) is running against a Republican. Vargas endorsed Bloomberg and his right wing, racist agenda, and we can therefore not recommend voting for him.

CD 52 Nancy Casady

Green new deal candidate Casady is running against right-wing Democratic incumbent Scott Peters, a Bloomberg supporter.

CD 53 Jose Caballero or Georgette Gómez

A plethora of Democrats are running for this open seat. Of these, former Bernie delegate Jose Caballero is the most uncompromising progressive. However, he is running a weak campaign and his chances of placing in the top-two are very low. Progressive San Diego Councilwoman was thus recruited by some Berniecrats to run for the seat, as the best able to face multi-millionaire wannabe oligarch Sara Jacobs, who seems intent on buying the election.

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Reform the Democratic Party: Vote for these Berniecrat/Progressives Candidates for County Democratic Central Committees in California

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The Democratic Party in California is organized through central committees that function at the county level. These committees are responsible for endorsing candidates as the local level, as well as for organizing the Party’s efforts on behalf of its endorsed candidates. Central Committees also engage in voter registration and are the face of the party at the local level.

Much of the direction of the party is set at this level, and it’s thus essential to elect progressive, non-establishment members to this Committee that will move the party away from corporate interests.

The following are candidates for county central committees who hold strong progressive values and will work to have a party that represents the people.

This list was created from suggestions from local progressive organizations and activists. Please send your suggestions for other candidates to margalacabe@gmail.com.

Candidates for County Democratic Central Committee

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* Berniecrat / People Powered Progressive Slates

Assembly District 15

  • Soli Alpert
  • Michael Barnett
  • Paola Laverde*
  • Barbara “Bobbi” López 
  • Igor A. Tregub
  • Alfred Twu*

Assembly District 16

  • Brittni Kiick
  • Jacqueline Tarin-Rankl*
  • Jody Tomic*

Assembly District 18 (vote for no more than 11)

  • Victor Aguilar*
  • Andrea Luna Bocanegra*
  • Howard Egerman*
  • Henry Gage III*
  • Iris Merriouns*
  • Jose Carlos Moreno*
  • Pamela Price*
  • Royl Roberts*
  • Austin Tam*
  • Marchon Tatmon*

Assembly District 20 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Vinnie Bacon*
  • Austin Michael Bruckner
  • Frank Burton*
  • Vanessa Sadsad*
  • Melissa Shuen-Mallory*
  • Barisha Spriggs*
  • Cullen Tiernan*

Assembly District 25

  • Martha Kreeger


Supervisor District 1

  • Michael Nye

Supervisor District 2

  • Brodie Hilp
  • Connor O’Neill
  • Katie Ricklefs
  • Sarah Butler.

Supervisor District 3

  • Paul Seger 

Supervisor District 4

  • Ena Silva
  • Kenji Yamada
  • Rebecca Auerbach
  • Victor Ortiz

Supervisor District 5

  • Nadine Peyrucain


Supervisor District 1

All endorsed by Roots Action

  • Emily Brandt
  • David Paredes
  • Adrian Rivera
  • Stacy Williams

Supervisor District 3

  • John Beynon
  • Jill Cisneros
  • River Verdin

Supervisor District 4

  • Marlin Dick


Supervisor District 4

  • G. Mario Fernandez
  • Kathryn Sobilo
  • Christopher Musgrave


Supervisor District 1

  • Sandy Redding
  • Yvette Flores
  • Matthew Burnham
  • Jen Bloomquist

Supervisor District 2

  • Christopher Wisehart
  • Juan Guerra
  • Jeanine Adams

Supervisor District 3

  • Paul Linfesty
  • Megan Russell
  • Michael Flores-Castaneda 
  • Neel Sannappa 
  • Ajaib Singh Gill

Supervisor District 4

  • Veronica Vasquez 
  • Salvador Solorio-Ruiz
  • Ricardo Perez


Supervisor District 3

  • Crystal Jackson
  • Shelisa Williams


Assembly District 36 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Isaac Lieberman, RN
  • Margaret Finnstron
  • Wade Alexander 
  • Ruth Sanchez
  • Jerry Vlach
  • Gina Whipple

Assembly District 38 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Steve Boyd
  • Patty Sulpizio
  • Lynne Plambeck

Assembly District 39 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Amy Sue Fall
  • Angelica Duenas
  • Robyn Michelle Sumners
  • Rohana Barden
  • Sheri Lynn Treanor

Assembly District 41 (vote for no more than 7)

Slate endorsed by Our Revolution Los Angeles

  • Mindy Pfeiffer
  • Jordan Vannini
  • Steven Gibson
  • Todd J. Jones
  • Jacinta Lincke
  • Sean Abajian
  • Suzie Abajian

Assembly District 43 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Jenni Chang
  • Angel Izard
  • Nicholas Billings
  • Summer Block Lizer
  • Ingrid Gunnell
  • Linda Perez

Assembly District 46 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Jerilyn Stapleton

Assembly District 45 (vote for no more than 7)

Feel the Bern San Fernando Democratic Club slate

  • Betty Doumas-Toto
  • Jason C Small
  • Michelle R Verne
  • Yessica Marissa Manabe
  • Christine Marie Shimizu
  • Rebecca L Wolfersburger
  • Christopher R  Manabe

Assembly District 48 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Denis Recendez

Assembly District 49 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Melissa Michelson
  • Alysse Stepanian
  • Roshan Akula
  • Paul Cole Padilla
  • Philip Mantione
  • Sasha Renee Perez

Assembly District 50 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Deana Igelsrud
  • Eddie Mendoza
  • Mike Soloff
  • Alison R. Stern-Simrad
  • Dorothy Reik

Assembly District 51 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Ron Birnbaum
  • Jeanine Rohn
  • Jonathan Klein
  • Cliff Olin
  • Belinda Luck
  • Tina-Desiree Berg
  • Rocio Rivas

Assembly District 53 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Connor Rohan

Assembly District 54 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Jeanna Harris
  • Ronnie Jayne Solomon
  • Khin Khin Gyi
  • Sara Roos

Assembly District 57 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Henry Huerta
  • Zenaida Huerta 
  • Roberto Alvarez
  • Cynthia Talmich
  • Stephanie Terrazas

Assembly District 59 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Arturo Flores
  • Wendy Ruiz
  • Delia Acedo
  • Kennia Lizet Nava Escareno
  • Julio Esperias

Assembly District 62 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Michele Sutter
  • Cara Robin
  • Damien Petty
  • Kirsten Magnuson
  • Carolyn Fowler

Assembly District 63 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Maria Estrada
  • Linda Bassett
  • Elizabeth Castillo

Assembly District 64 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Joseph Luis Piñon
  • Julian D. Burger

Assembly District 66 (vote for no more than 7)

  • Margie Hoyt
  • Angelica Scherp
  • Chris Johnson

Assembly District 70 (vote for no more than 7)

Blue Revolution Slate

  • Christopher P. Robson
  • Christopher J. Duvali
  • Carrie Scoville
  • Anne Sullivan
  • Andrew Swetland
  • Abigail Mejia
  • Naida Tushnet


Supervisor District 2

  • Anthony Rocha

Supervisor District 5

  • William A. Boosman 
  • Alan Haffa
  • Gary Karnes


*Endorsed by Feel the Bern OC Democratic Club

Assembly District 55 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Cynthia Aguirre*
  • Natalie Estrada*
  • Lourdes Cruz

Assembly District 65 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Andy Lewandowski*
  • Mike Rodriguez*
  • Ed Lopez*
  • Jose Paolo Magcalas*
  • Marisol Ramirez*
  • Jose Trinidad (“Trini”) Castaneda

Assembly District 68 (vote for no more than 6, note there are currently 7 listed)

  • Bill Honigman
  • Beatriz “Betty” Valencia*
  • Laura Villa*
  • Nathaniel Fernandez Epstein
  • Mani Kang
  • Ted Perle
  • Eugene W. Fields

Assembly District 69 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Jessie Lopez*
  • Martin Lopez
  • Isuri Ramos*
  • Manny Escamilla*
  • Jose Moreno*
  • Juan Gabriel Alvarez*
  • Dr. Jose Moreno Juan Gabriel Alvarez Jessie Lopez Isuri Ramos

Assembly District 72 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Karen Hinks*
  • Victor Valladares*
  • Oscar Rodriguez*
  • Shayna Lathus*
  • Jaci Iannello*

Assembly District 73 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Emma Jenson*
  • Lulu Hammad*
  • Sudi Farokhnia*
  • Alan Fenning

Assembly District 74 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Anne Mohr
  • Marleen Gillespie*
  • Dean Inada*
  • Samila Amanyraoufpoor*
  • Iyad Afalqa*
  • Mary Carter


Assembly District 42

Bring the Wave slate

  • Mary Ann Andreas
  • Joseph Brinson
  • Vanessa Castro Scott
  • Kelly Graziano
  • Francisco Ramos


In Sacramento County, the Berniecrats/progressives have agreed on a list of recommended candidates. Separately, a progressive African American activist concerned about the lack of diversity in the party leadership, has recruited African Americans to run. We’re presenting both slates. Please make sure you vote for no more than the candidates specified for each district or your vote will not count.


Progressive Labor Alliance Slates

  • Robert Longer
  • David Lee Mandel
  • Michelle Pariset
  • Karen Bernal
  • Timothy Irvine
  • Shirley Toy

African American slate

  • Michael Blair
  • Rashid Sidqe


Progressive Labor Alliance Slate

  • Terry Schanz
  • Guy Strahl
  • Anna Molander
  • Justin J.D. Garcia
  • Jose “Junior” Goris


Progressive Labor Alliance Slate

  • Kerri Asbury
  • Warren Harding
  • Kennard Harris
  • David Hildebrand
  • Ian Lee

African American slate

  • Zima Creason


Progressive Labor Alliance Slate

  • Bryan Reese
  • Kendra Lewis
  • Gina Frisby
  • Chris Yatooma


Progressive Labor Alliance Slate

  • Dennessa Atiles
  • Miguel Cordova
  • Steve Ly
  • Orlando Fuentes
  • Goldy Shergill
  • Monica Madrid

African American slate

  • Andre Jordan


Assembly District 33

  • Kareema Abdul-Khabir
  • Sean Swoboda

Assembly District 40

  • Jennifer Xicara
  • Frank Garcia
  • Ana McNaughton
  • Gilda Gularte
  • James Albert

Assembly District 42

Vote Blue 42 Slate

  • Sara Lee
  • Nicholas Christensen
  • Crystal Wysong
  • Debra Gail Savitt

Assembly District 47

  • Ana Gonzalez 
  • Stacey Ramos
  • Daniel Peeden (note, he works for Asm Eloise Gomez Reyes)
  • Kareem Gongora

Assembly District 52

  • Martina Ortega
  • Flora Martinez
  • Aaron Bratton


Assembly District 71 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Tiffany Maple
  • James Elia
  • Christina Perry
  • Erin Clarke
  • Ryan Darsey

Assembly District 75 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Terry Corrales
  • Gloria Conejo 
  • Heather Roberts
  • Georgine Tomasi
  • Gibhran Jimenez

Assembly District 76 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Meg Ley
  • Sarah Spinks
  • Dinah Poellnitz
  • Marguerite (Marge) Kealey

Assembly District 77 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Lauren Bier
  • Ryan Trabuco
  • Indroneal Banerjee
  • Octavio Aguilar
  • Ria Otero
  • Melinda Vasquez

Assembly District 78 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Will Rodriguez-Kennedy
  • Jonathan “Cody” Petterson
  • Kevin Lourens
  • Huy “Jean-Huy” Tran
  • Loxie Gant
  • Codi Vierra
  • Chyann-Marie Cox

Assembly District 79 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Kathryn Meyer
  • David Myers
  • Shane Parmely
  • Temika Cook
  • Evlyn Andrade
  • Max Cotterill
  • Dan Shook Castillo

Assembly District 80  (vote for no more than 6)

  • Christina Griffin-Jones
  • Kate Bishop
  • Rickie Brown
  • Angel Godinez
  • Rafael Perez


*Endorsed by San Francisco Berniecrats

Assembly District 17 (vote for no more than 14)

  • Gloria Berry*
  • Bivett Brackett
  • Hillary Ronen*
  • Nomvula O’Meara*
  • Jane Kim*
  • Frances Hsieh*
  • John Avalos*
  • David Campos*
  • Peter Gallotta*
  • Anabell Ibáñez*
  • Kevin Ortiz*
  • Matt Haney*
  • Christopher Christensen*

Assembly District 19 (vote for no more than 10)

  • AJ Thomas*
  • Mano Raju
  • Gordon Mar*
  • Queena Chen*
  • Li Miao Lovett*
  • Kelly Groth*
  • Leah LaCroix*
  • Janice Li*


Supervisor District 1

  • YouYou Xue
  • Sandra Lang
  • Ashleigh Evans

Supervisor District 2

  • Chet Lexvold
  • Alexis Lewis
  • Shikha Hamilton

Supervisor District 3

  • Dan Stegink
  • Victoria Sanchez
  • Bill Collins

Supervisor District 4

  • Diana Reddy
  • Michael A Smith


Assembly District 24

  • Cari Templeton
  • Margaret Okuzumi
  • Johannes Muenzel
  • Emily Ramos
  • Stephen Chessin

Assembly District 25 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Alex Lee
  • Michelle Hua 

Assembly District 27 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Gina Gates
  • Peter Ortiz
  • Omar Torres

Assembly District 28 (vote for no more than 6)

  • Jessica Matthew 
  • Jesse Hoefer
  • Ruben Navarro 
  • Ava Chaio 
  • Olivia Navarro


Santa Cruz for Bernie Slates

Supervisor District 1

  • Nora Hochman
  • Adam Spickler 

Supervisor District 2

  • Denise Baird
  • Rene Bloch 
  • Denise Elerick
  • Randa Solick

Supervisor District 3

  • Akin Babatola 
  • Cyndi Dawson
  • Stacey Falls
  • Shawn Orgel-Olson
  • Clayton Strawn

Supervisor District 4

  • Jenny Sarmiento 

Supervisor District 5

  • Gwen Chiaramonte
  • Michael Deely
  • Jonathan Erdman
  • Glenn Glazer 
  • Sally Gwin-Satterlee


Supervisor District 1

  • Morgan Lindsay Hannigan
  • Tom Bilbo
  • Tiffanee Jones
  • Lynette Henley

Supervisor District 5

  • Kevin McNamara
  •  Paul Stichick
  • Mona Whitney


Supervisor District 1:

  • Malissa Squiers

Supervisor District 2:

  • Karen Stevens
  • Cathy Willott

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