California Conservative Candidates Voting Guide List 2014

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California will elect their conservative candidates in the California Primary June 3, 2014. See list of endorsed candidates.
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As of May 14, 2014 California Statewide:

Governor – Tim Donnelly
Lt. Governor – Ron Nehring
Controller – Ashley Swearengin
Secretary of State – Pete Peterson
Insurance Commissioner – Ted Gaines
State Superintendent of Instruction: Lydia Gutierrez
State Board of Equalization – District 1 – George Runner
State Board of Equalization – District 4 – Diane Harkey

Assembly Districts

AD-02 Matthew Heath
AD-03 James Gallagher
AD-04 Charlie Schaupp
AD-05 Frank Bigelow
AD-06 Beth Gaines
AD-08 Doug Haaland
AD-09 Manuel Martin
AD-26 Rudy Mendoza
AD-28 Chuck Page
AD-32 Romeo Agbalog
AD-33 Jay Obernolte
AD-34 Shannon Grove
AD-36 Tom Lackey
AD-37 Ronald Deblauw
AD-38 Scott Wilk
AD-40 Mark Steinorth
AD-41 Deborah Behovnek
AD-52 Dorothy Pineda
AD-54 Glen Ratcliff
AD-55 Phillip Chen
AD-60 Eric Linder
AD-65 Young Kim
AD-66 David Hadley
AD-67 Melissa Melendez
AD-68 Don Wagner
AD-69 Cecilia “Ceci” Iglesias
AD-71 Brian Jones
AD-72 Travis Allen
AD-73 Bill Brough
AD-74 Matthew Harper
AD-75 Marie Waldron
AD-78 Barbara Decker

Senate Districts

SD-02 Lawrence Wiesner
SD-04 Jim Nielsen
SD-08 Tom Berryhill
SD-10 Peter Kuo
SD-14 Andy Vidak
SD-16 Jean Fuller
SD-23 Mike Morrell
SD-24 William Rodriguez Morrison
SD-32 Mario Guerra
SD-34 Janet Nguyen
SD-36 Pat Bates

Congressional Districts

CA-03 Dan Logue
CA-09 Steve Colangelo
CA-21 David Valadao
CA-22 Devin Nunes
CA-23 Kevin McCarthy
CA-24 Dale Francisco
CA-25 Steve Knight
CA-26 Jeff Gorrell
CA-35 Ben Lopez
CA-30 Mark Reed
CA-39 Ed Royce
CA-41 Steve Adams
CA-43 John R. Wood
CA-46 Carlos Vasquez
CA-47 Andrew Wallon
CA-48 Dana Rohrabacher
CA-49 Darrell Issa
CA-50 Duncan Hunter
CA-52 Kirk Jorgensen
CA-53 Joel Marchese

 

 

COUNTY OFFICES – ALPHABETICAL BY COUNTY

Kings County

Supervisor D1 – Joe Neves
District Attorney – Keith Fagundes

Los Angeles County

Sheriff – Paul Tanaka
Assessor – John Wong

Orange County

Supervisor D2 – Michelle Steel
Supervisor D5 – Robert Ming
Assessor: Claude Parrish
Auditor/Controller: Eric Woolery
Clerk Recorder: Hugh Nguyen
District Attorney: Tony Rackauckas
Sheriff: Sandra Hutchens
Treasurer-Tax Collector: Shari L Freidenrich
Board of Education District 2: Tom Pollitt
Board of Education District 5: Linda Lindholm
Superior Court Judge, Office No. 20: Helen Hayden
Superior Court Judge, Office No. 35: Jeff Ferguson

Placer County

Supervisor D2 – Robert Weygant
Clerk-Recorder – Jim McCauley
District Attorney – Scott Owens
Auditor-Controller – Andy Sisk
Treasurer-Tax Collector – Jenine Windeshausen
Assessor – Kristen Spears

Riverside

District Attorney-Paul Zellerbach

Sacramento County

District Attorney-Anne Marie Schubert

San Diego County

Supervisor D5-Bill Horn
SD County Board of Education D5-Doug Perkins
Superior Court Judge #19 – Paul Ware
Superior Court Judge #25-Ken Gosselin

Santa Clara County

Supervisor D1 – Mike Wasserman

Tulare County

County Sheriff – Mike Boudreaux
Supervisor D5 – Greg Shelton

City Offices - Alphabetical by City

San Jose

San Jose City Council D 7 – Van Le

Simi Valley

Simi Valley City Council – Mike Judge

Simi Valley School Board:

Josie Hirsh
Dean Kunicki

Torrance

Torrance Mayor – Tom Brewer
Torrance City Clerk – Gina Semana
Torrance City Council
Milton Herring
Leilani Kimmel-Dagostino
Charlotte Svolos
Dr. J.P. Tabakian


Heritage Foundation Scorecard of California Congressmen

A rating below 70% is considered Liberal.
Consider voting against any Congressman with a grade lower than 70%.

State District Name Party Score%
CA 40 Rep. Ed Royce R 88%
CA 4 Rep. Tom McClintock R 86%
CA 48 Rep. John Campbell R 81%
CA 2 Rep. Wally Herger R 79%
CA 52 Rep. Duncan Hunter R 75%
CA 42 Rep. Gary Miller R 75%
CA 46 Rep. Dana Rohrabacher R 75%
CA 49 Rep. Darrell Issa R 71%
CA 21 Rep. Devin Nunes R 64%
CA 19 Rep. Jeffrey Denham R 60%
CA 45 Rep. Mary Bono Mack R 59%
CA 24 Rep. Elton Gallegly R 59%
CA 22 Rep. Kevin McCarthy R 58%
CA 44 Rep. Ken Calvert R 54%
CA 26 Rep. David Dreier R 54%
CA 25 Rep. Howard McKeon R 54%
CA 50 Rep. Brian Bilbray R 53%
CA 41 Rep. Jerry Lewis R 52%
CA 3 Rep. Dan Lungren R 52%
CA 36 . Janice Hahn D 27%
CA 20 Rep. Jim Costa D 22%
CA 14 Rep. Anna Eshoo D 22%
CA 16 Rep. Zoe Lofgren D 22%
CA 9 Rep. Barbara Lee D 22%
CA 28 Rep. Howard Berman D 20%
CA 5 Rep. Doris Matsui D 20%
CA 13 Rep. Pete Stark D 20%
CA 30 Rep. Henry Waxman D 20%
CA 6 Rep. Lynn Woolsey D 20%
CA 8 Rep. Nancy Pelosi D 19%
CA 18 Rep. Dennis Cardoza D 18%
CA 17 Rep. Sam Farr D 18%
CA 7 Rep. George Miller D 18%
CA 29 Rep. Adam Schiff D 18%
CA 1 Rep. Mike Thompson D 18%
CA 35 Rep. Maxine Waters D 18%
CA 15 Rep. Michael Honda D 17%
CA 31 Rep. Xavier Becerra D 16%
CA 33 Rep. Karen Bass D 16%
CA 32 Rep. Judy Chu D 16%
CA 53 Rep. Susan Davis D 16%
CA 51 Rep. Bob Filner D 16%
CA 10 Rep. John Garamendi D 16%
CA 11 Rep. Jerry McNerney D 16%
CA 37 Rep. Laura Richardson D 16%
CA 34 Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard D 14%
CA 38 Rep. Grace Napolitano D 13%
CA 47 Rep. Loretta Sanchez D 12%
CA 27 Rep. Brad Sherman D 12%
CA 39 Rep. Linda Sanchez D 12%
CA 23 Rep. Lois Capps D 10%
CA 12 Rep. Jackie Speier D 10%
CA CA Sen. Dianne Feinstein D 8%
CA 43 Rep. Joe Baca D 4%
CA CA Sen. Barbara Boxer D 4%
CA 36 . Jane Harman D 0%

California will have competitive races for Congress and other state wide races. It is hard for a Republican to win state wide in California on the left coast.

A Southern California congressman is invoking the deadly San Bruno pipeline explosion in his bitter primary fight with another incumbent, saying it was wrong for his opponent to accept help from a political action committee that took money from Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
Rep. Brad Sherman's campaign sent a full-color mailer to voters this week attempting to tie fellow Democratic Rep. Howard Berman to the 2010 explosion that killed eight people and destroyed 38 homes in a San Francisco Bay area suburb.
The flier claims Berman was wrong to accept help from Rebuilding America, a political action committee that worked on his behalf and received funds from PG&E, which operated the pipeline. It includes an ominous photograph of firefighters battling the gas-fueled fire and another shot showing burned-out vehicles and leveled homes, and it highlights that PG&E contributed $10,000 to a PAC that aims to elect Berman.

 

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