Democratic Endorsements

California Democratic Party finalizes list of Endorsed Candidates

Stay tuned here as the Democrats select candidates

Follow this link to the CDP for a complete list of officially endorsed candidates and measures.

As we learn of candidates for other local races, we will post here.

 

 

Democratic Endorsed Candidates 2014

2014 CDP Endorsements – November General The Secretary of State has certified the results of the Primary Election and as such the California Democratic Party has issued endorsements for the following offices. Statewide Endorsed Candidates Governor Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown Treasurer John Chiang Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom Secretary of State Alex Padilla Attorney General Kamala …

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Propositions 2014

Yes on Proposition 1 WATER QUALITY, SUPPLY, AND INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 2014 (CALIFORNIA WATER BOND) — Provides a reliable supply of water to farms, businesses and communities, especially during droughts. It supports economic growth and protects the environment. It is fiscally responsible, is guided by a comprehensive state water plan and does NOT raise …

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