Jan B. TuckerPeace and Freedom
|11-05-1974||Peace and Freedom||SD-20||3905||Loss|
|11-02-1976||Peace and Freedom||AD-39||2930||Loss|
|11-07-1978||Peace and Freedom||Lieutenant Governor||162341||Loss|
|11-04-1980||Peace and Freedom||CD-21||2045||Loss|
|11-06-1990||Peace and Freedom||CD-22||3963||Loss|
|11-03-1992||Peace and Freedom||SD-21||6031||Loss|
|11-08-1994||Peace and Freedom||Treasurer||195667||Loss|
|11-03-1998||Peace and Freedom||Treasurer||146167||Loss|
1982: Primary Candidate for Governor (Lost; 44.9%)
1996: Primary Candidate for President (Lost; 24.5%)
2000: [Green] Primary Candidate for US Senator (Lost; 26%)
2002: Tucker wrote "the initial draft of AB 1617 which has now been introduced into the California legislature by Assemblymember Cindy Montanez"
2003-Present: Chairman, California Association of Licensed Investigators Board of Directors
2014: [Write-in] Primary Candidate for SBOE-03 (Lost; 0.0%) 36 votes.
- In 1980 and 1981, Tucker attempted to recall Senator Alan Robbins. The recalls failed to qualify for the ballot.