California Conservative Candidates Voting Guide List 2014

List of Congress and Senate candidates and web sites: Complete List of California Senate Candidates and Congress Candidates Ca

California will elect their conservative candidates in the California Primary June 5, 2014. See list of endorsed candidates.

US Senate California

Conservative Republican
Rick Williams - Tea Party Favorite
Orly Taitz - Famous for Birther Birth Certificate lawsuit against Obama.
Daniel Hughes Conservative

United States Conservative Congress Candidates for California List by District:

CD 04 Tom McClintock
CD 05 Randy Loftin
CD 07 Dan Lungren
CD 08 Phil Liberatore (R) -
CD 11 John Fitzgerald (D)
CD 14 Chris Mitchum
CD 23 Kevin McCarthy
CD 25 Howard P. "Buck" McKeon
CD 26 Tony Strickland
CD 27 Jack Orswell
CD 28 Jenny Worman
CD 30 Mark Reed
CD 33 Christopher David
CD 38 Benjamin Campos
CD 39 Ed Royce
CD 42 Clayton Thibodeau
CD 45 John Webb
CD 46 Jerry Hayden
CD 47 Gary DeLong
CD 48 Dana Rohrabacher
CD 49 Darrell Issa
CD 51 Michael Crimmins
CD 52 Wayne Iverson

California State Senate:

1st District - Ted Gaines
21 District - Steve Knight
27th District: - Todd Zink
29th District:- Robert Huff
35th District - Charlotte A. Svolos
37th District Mimi Walters

California State Assembly:

AD 01 Brian Dahle
AD 03 Dan Logue
AD 04 John Munn
AD 05 Rico Oller
AD 06 Beth Gaines
AD 08 Peter Tateishi
AD 11 Mike Hudson
38th District: Paul Strickland or Scott Wilk
AD 41 Donna Lowe
AD 42 Brian Nestande
AD 43 Greg Krikorian
AD 45 Chris Kolski
AD 53 Jose Trinidad Aguilar
AD 55 Curt Hagman
AD 63 Jack M. Guerrero
AD 65 Chris Norby
AD 66 Craig Huey
AD 67 Melissa Melendez or Phil Paule
AD 68 Donald P. "Don" Wagner or Greg Kraft
AD 70 Martha Flores-Gibson
AD 72 Troy Edgar
AD 73 Diane L. Harkey
AD 74 Allan R. Mansoor
AD 75 Marie Waldron

Los Angeles County
District Attorney Alan Jackson
Judge Office # 3 Sean D. Coen Judge Office # 10 Sanjay T. Kumar Judge Office # 78 Kenneth R. Hughey Judge Office # 114 Berj Parseghian

Orange County
Supervisor District 1 Janet Nguyen Supervisor District 3 Todd Spitzer Board of Ed. Area 1 Robert Morris Hammond Board of Ed. Area 3 Ken L. Williams, Jr.

Riverside County
Judge Office # 1 Victoria Cameron Judge Office # 2 Michael J. Kennedy Judge Office # 9 John A. Henry

San Bernardino County
Supervisor District 3 Neil Derry Supervisor District 5 John Taack

Solano County
Supervisor District 2 Steve Messina

San Diego Mayor: Carl DeMaio

El Dorado County
Superior Court Judge - Steve Valentine Ron Mikulaco Dist. 1 George Turnboo <> Dist. 2 Sue Taylor Dist. 3

Statewide Ballot Measures

Source of information:
California Conservative Republican Assembly
Conservative California

Vote in Presidential Election in California
Anybody but Obama.
Mitt Romney remains the front runner.
There are those who are still concerned about Romney aggressively pushing the liberal agenda of Romney care, support for pro abortion, pro gun control, and making Massachusetts a sanctuary state for illegal aliens. Mitt Romney aggressively pushed for the implementation and legalization of gay marriage licenses as well.
For those with those concerns, Ron Paul is the most viable conservative candidate left.
A vote for Rick Santorum is also a viable option and the Newt Gingrich name also appears on the ballot.
List of Congress and Senate candidates and web sites: Complete List of California Senate Candidates and Congress Candidates California

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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