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November 5, 2024

General Election

The 2024 General Election.

  • DECEMBER 2023: Races with one or two candidates filing will be included after the Certified List of Candidates has been posted (December 28, 2023)
  • FEBRUARY 2024: Races with one candidate filed and either zero or one write-in candidates filed after the Certified List of Write-in Candidates has been posted (February 23, 2024)
  • MARCH 2024: Races which had three or more candidates file will be have included after it becomes clear which candidates were the Top Two winners of the Primary (March 5 to March 26, 2024)
  • APRIL 2024: Candidates who qualify for the General Election as write-ins in contests with multiple write-in candidates will be added after the Primary Statement of Vote is released (April 12, 2024)
  • MAY to AUGUST 2024: Presidential candidates will be competing for delegates in the primary elections and one will likely cross the threshold for "presumptive nominee" somewhere between March 12th and 19th. The candidates will become their party's official presidential nominees after their party nominating conventions:
    American Independent Party nomination: April 29
    Libertarian Convention: May 26
     (Washington, DC)
    Green Party Convention: July 14 (Virtual event)
    Republican Convention: July 18
    (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
    Peace and Freedom Convention: August ? (?)
    Democratic Convention: August 22 (Chicago, Illinois)

A total of #,###,### Californians voted in this election.

President
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. American Independent
Chase Oliver Libertarian
TBD Democratic
TBD Republican
TBD Peace and Freedom
TBD Green
 
Senate1
Steve Garvey Republican
Adam B. Schiff Democratic
 
CD-01
Doug La Malfa Republican
Rose Penelope Yee Democratic
 
CD-02
Chris Coulombe Republican
Jared Huffman Democratic
 
CD-03
Kevin Kiley Republican
Jessica Morse Democratic
 
CD-04
John R. Munn Republican
Mike Thompson Democratic
 
CD-05
Mike Barkley Democratic
Tom McClintock Republican
 
CD-06
Ami Bera Democratic
Chris Bish Republican
 
CD-07
Doris Matsui Democratic
Tom Silva Republican
 
CD-08
John Garamendi Democratic
Rudy Recile Republican
 
CD-09
Josh Harder Democratic
Kevin J. Lincoln II Republican
 
CD-10
Mark DeSaulnier Democratic
Katherine Piccinini Republican
 
CD-11
Bruce Lou Republican
Nancy Pelosi Democratic
 
CD-12
Lateefah Simon Democratic
Jennifer Tran Democratic
 
CD-13
John Duarte Republican
Adam C. Gray Democratic
 
CD-14
Vin Kruttiventi Republican
Eric Swalwell Democratic
 
CD-15
Anna Chang Kramer Republican
Kevin Mullin Democratic
 
CD-16
Sam Liccardo Democratic
Evan Low Democratic
 
CD-17
Anita Chen Republican
Ro Khanna Democratic
 
CD-18
Peter Hernandez Republican
Zoe Lofgren Democratic
 
CD-19
Jason Michael Anderson Republican
Jimmy Panetta Democratic
 
CD-20
Mike Boudreaux Republican
Vince Fong Republican
 
CD-21
Jim Costa Democratic
Michael Maher Republican
 
CD-22
Rudy Salas Democratic
David G. Valadao Republican
 
CD-23
Derek Marshall Democratic
Jay Obernolte Republican
 
CD-24
Salud Carbajal Democratic
Thomas Cole Republican
 
CD-25
Raul Ruiz Democratic
Ian M. Weeks Republican
 
CD-26
Julia Brownley Democratic
Michael Koslow Republican
 
CD-27
Mike Garcia Republican
George Whitesides Democratic
 
CD-28
Judy Chu Democratic
April A. Verlato Republican
 
CD-29
Benito "Benny" Bernal Republican
Luz Rivas Democratic
 
CD-30
Alex Balekian Republican
Laura Friedman Democratic
 
CD-31
Gil Cisneros Democratic
Daniel Jose Bocic Martinez Republican
 
CD-32
Brad Sherman Democratic
Larry Thompson Republican
 
CD-33
Pete Aguilar Democratic
Tom Herman Republican
 
CD-34
Jimmy Gomez Democratic
David Kim Democratic
 
CD-35
Mike Cargile Republican
Norma J. Torres Democratic
 
CD-36
Ted W. Lieu Democratic
Melissa Toomim Republican
 
CD-37
Sydney Kamlager Democratic
Juan Rey No Party Preference
 
CD-38
Eric J. Ching Republican
Linda T. Sanchez Democratic
 
CD-39
David Serpa Republican
Mark A. Takano Democratic
 
CD-40
Joe Kerr Democratic
Young Kim Republican
 
CD-41
Ken Calvert Republican
Will Rollins Democratic
 
CD-42
John Briscoe Republican
Robert Garcia Democratic
 
CD-43
Maxine Waters Democratic
Steve Williams Republican
 
CD-44
Nanette Diaz Barragan Democratic
Roger Groh Republican
 
CD-45
Michelle Steel Republican
Derek Tran Democratic
 
CD-46
Lou Correa Democratic
David Pan Republican
 
CD-47
Scott R. Baugh Republican
Dave Min Democratic
 
CD-48
Stephen Houlahan Democratic
Darrell E. Issa Republican
 
CD-49
Matt Gunderson Republican
Mike Levin Democratic
 
CD-50
Peter J. Bono Republican
Scott Peters Democratic
 
CD-51
Sara Jacobs Democratic
Bill Wells Republican
 
CD-52
Justin J. Lee Republican
Juan Vargas Democratic
 
SD-01
Megan Dahle Republican
David Fennell Republican
 
SD-03
Thom Bogue Republican
Chris Cabaldon Democratic
 
SD-05
Jerry McNerney Democratic
Jim Shoemaker Republican
 
SD-07
Jesse Arreguin Democratic
Jovanka Beckles Democratic
 
SD-09
Tim Grayson Democratic
Marisol Rubio Democratic
 
SD-11
Yvette Corkrean Republican
Scott Wiener Democratic
 
SD-13
Josh Becker Democratic
Alex Glew Republican
 
SD-15
Dave Cortese Democratic
Robert Howell Republican
 
SD-17
John Laird Democratic
Tony Virrueta Republican
 
SD-19
Lisa Middleton Democratic
Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh Republican
 
SD-21
Monique Limon Democratic
Elijah Reagan Mack Republican
 
SD-23
Suzette Martinez Valladares Republican
Kipp Mueller Democratic
 
SD-25
Elizabeth Wong Ahlers Republican
Sasha Renée Pérez Democratic
 
SD-27
Henry Stern Democratic
Lucie Lapointe Volotzky Republican
 
SD-29
Carlos A. Garcia Republican
Eloise Reyes Democratic
 
SD-31
Sabrina Cervantes Democratic
Cynthia Navarro Republican
 
SD-33
Lena Gonzalez Democratic
Mario Paz Republican
 
SD-35
Michelle Chambers Democratic
Laura Richardson Democratic
 
SD-37
Steven S. Choi Republican
Josh Newman Democratic
 
SD-39
Bob Divine Republican
Akilah Weber Democratic
 
AD-01
Tenessa Audette Republican
Heather Hadwick Republican
 
AD-02
Michael Greer Republican
Chris Rogers Democratic
 
AD-03
Aaron Wade Draper Democratic
James Gallagher Republican
 
AD-04
Cecilia M. Aguiar-Curry Democratic
Darren T. Ellis Republican
 
AD-05
Neva Parker Democratic
Joe Patterson Republican
 
AD-06
Nikki Ellis Republican
Maggy Krell Democratic
 
AD-07
Josh Hoover Republican
Porshe Middleton Democratic
 
AD-08
George P. Radanovich Republican
David Tangipa Republican
 
AD-09
Heath Flora Republican
Tami Lee Nobriga American Independent
 
AD-10
Stephanie Nguyen Democratic
Vinaya Kumar Singh Republican
 
AD-11
Dave Ennis Republican
Lori Wilson Democratic
 
AD-12
Damon Connolly Democratic
Andy Podshadley Republican
 
AD-13
Denise Aguilar Mendez Republican
Rhodesia Ransom Democratic
 
AD-14
Margot Smith Republican
Buffy Wicks Democratic
 
AD-15
Anamarie Avila Farias Democratic
Sonia Ledo Republican
 
AD-16
Rebecca Bauer-Kahan Democratic
Joseph Alexander Rubay Republican
 
AD-17
Matt Haney Democratic
Manuel Noris-Barrera Republican
 
AD-18
Mia Bonta Democratic
Andre Sandford American Independent
 
AD-19
David E. Lee Democratic
Catherine Stefani Democratic
 
AD-20
Liz Ortega Democratic
Sangeetha Shanbhogue Republican
 
AD-21
Mark Gilham Republican
Diane Papan Democratic
 
AD-22
Juan Alanis Republican
Jessica Self Democratic
 
AD-23
Marc Berman Democratic
Lydia Kou Democratic
 
AD-24
Bob Brunton Republican
Alex T. Lee Democratic
 
AD-25
Ash Kalra Democratic
Theodore Stroll Republican
 
AD-26
Patrick Ahrens Democratic
Tara Sreekrishnan Democratic
 
AD-27
Joanna Lynn Garcia Rose Republican
Esmeralda Soria Democratic
 
AD-28
Liz Lawler Republican
Gail Pellerin Democratic
 
AD-29
James W. Paine Republican
Robert Rivas Democratic
 
AD-30
Dawn Addis Democratic
Dalila Epperson Republican
 
AD-31
Joaquin Arambula Democratic
Solomon Michael Verduzco Republican
 
AD-32
Vince Fong Republican
Ken Weir Republican
 
AD-33
Xavier Avila Republican
Alexandra "Ali" Macedo Republican
 
AD-34
Tom Lackey Republican
Ricardo Ortega Democratic
 
AD-35
Jasmeet Bains Democratic
Robert Rosas Republican
 
AD-36
Joey Acuna Jr. Democratic
Jeff Gonzalez Republican
 
AD-37
Sari M. Dominguez Republican
Gregg Hart Democratic
 
AD-38
Deborah "Deb" Baber Republican
Steve Bennett Democratic
 
AD-39
Juan Carrillo Democratic
Paul Andre Marsh Republican
 
AD-40
Patrick Lee Gipson Republican
Pilar Schiavo Democratic
 
AD-41
John Harabedian Democratic
Michelle Del Rosario Martinez Republican
 
AD-42
Jacqui Irwin Democratic
Theodore Kenneth Nordblum Republican
 
AD-43
Victoria Garcia Republican
Celeste Rodriguez Democratic
 
AD-44
Tony Rodriguez Republican
Nick Schultz Democratic
 
AD-45
Scott P. Olson Republican
James C. Ramos Democratic
 
AD-46
Jesse Gabriel Democratic
Tracey Schroeder Republican
 
AD-47
Christy Holstege Democratic
Greg Wallis Republican
 
AD-48
Blanca Rubio Democratic
Dan T. Tran Republican
 
AD-49
Mike Fong Democratic
Long "David" Liu Republican
 
AD-50
Robert Garcia (II) Democratic
Adam Perez Democratic
 
AD-51
Stephan Hohil Republican
Rick Zbur Democratic
 
AD-52
Jessica Caloza Democratic
Franky Carrillo Democratic
 
AD-53
Michelle Rodriguez Democratic
Nick Wilson Republican
 
AD-54
Mark Gonzalez Democratic
John K. Yi Democratic
 
AD-55
Isaac G. Bryan Democratic
Keith Cascio Republican
 
AD-56
Lisa Calderon Democratic
Jessica Martinez Republican
 
AD-57
Sade Elhawary Democratic
Efren Martinez Democratic
 
AD-58
Leticia Castillo Republican
Clarissa Cervantes Democratic
 
AD-59
Phillip Chen Republican
David Obrand Democratic
 
AD-60
Ron Edwards Republican
Corey Jackson Democratic
 
AD-61
Al L. Hernandez Republican
Tina Simone McKinnor Democratic
 
AD-62
Paul Jones Republican
Jose Solache Democratic
 
AD-63
Bill Essayli Republican
Chris Shoults Democratic
 
AD-64
Raul Ortiz Jr. Republican
Blanca Pacheco Democratic
 
AD-65
Mike Gipson Democratic
Lydia Gutierrez Republican
 
AD-66
George Barks Republican
Albert Muratsuchi Democratic
 
AD-67
Elizabeth "Beth" Culver Republican
Sharon Quirk-Silva Democratic
 
AD-68
Mike Tardif Republican
Avelino Valencia Democratic
 
AD-69
Josh Lowenthal Democratic
Joshua Rodriguez Republican
 
AD-70
Jimmy Pham Democratic
Tri Ta Republican
 
AD-71
Gary Kephart Democratic
Kate Sanchez Republican
 
AD-72
Diane Dixon Republican
Dom Jones Democratic
 
AD-73
Scotty Peotter Republican
Cottie Petrie-Norris Democratic
 
AD-74
Laurie Davies Republican
Chris Duncan Democratic
 
AD-75
Carl DeMaio Republican
Andrew Hayes Republican
 
AD-76
Kristie Bruce-Lane Republican
Darshana Patel Democratic
 
AD-77
Tasha Boerner Democratic
James Browne Republican
 
AD-78
Chris Ward Democratic Win
 
AD-79
Colin Parent Democratic
LaShae Sharp-Collins Democratic
 
AD-80
David Alvarez Democratic
Michael W. Williams Republican
 

Special Election

Special Election to fill vacancy caused by death of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein.

Senate1
Steve Garvey Republican
Adam B. Schiff Democratic