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Voter Guide for District California CA: Primary Election on March 5th 2024

Blue Voter Guide helps you make quick, informed, pro-democracy choices of candidates and propositions by showing what's on your ballot, with endorsements from trusted, forward-looking organizations.

State

U.S. Senate California

Federal
Choose one

Katie Porter

Democratic Party
person

Endorsed by

Adam Schiff

Democratic Party
person

Endorsed by

Barbara Lee

Democratic Party
person

Endorsed by

Raji Rab

Democratic Party
person

Douglas Howard Pierce

Democratic Party
person

John Rose

Democratic Party
person

Harmesh Kumar

Democratic Party
person

Perry Pound

Democratic Party
person

David Peterson

Democratic Party
person

Christina Pascucci

Democratic Party
person

Sepi Gilani

Democratic Party
person

Other Candidates

  • Mark Ruzon (No party preference)
  • Major Singh (No party preference)
  • Gail Lightfoot (Libertarian Party)
  • Laura Garza (No party preference)
  • Forrest Jones (American Independent Party of California)
  • Don Grundmann (No party preference)
  • Michael Dilger (No party preference)
  • John Dowell (No party preference)

Republican Candidates

  • Denice Gary-Pandol
  • James P. Bradley
  • Eric Early
  • Jonathan Reiss
  • Danny Fabricant
  • Steve Garvey
  • Stefan Simchowitz
  • Sharleta Bassett
  • Sarah Sun Liew
  • James Macauley
  • Martin Veprauskas
  • Carlos Guillermo Tapia

U.S. Senate California - Special

Federal
Choose one
This race is to fill the remainder of Sen. Feinstein's term.

Katie Porter

Democratic Party
person

Endorsed by

Adam Schiff

Democratic Party
person

Endorsed by

Barbara Lee

Democratic Party
person

Endorsed by

Christina Pascucci

Democratic Party
person

Sepi Gilani

Democratic Party
person

Other Candidates

  • Michael Dilger (No party preference)

Republican Candidates

  • Eric Early
  • Steve Garvey

California State Ballot Measures

State

Proposition 1

California Proposition 1, Behavioral Health Services Program and Bond Measure (March 2024)

A "yes" vote supports:

  • renaming the Mental Health Services Act (2004) to the Behavioral Health Services Act and expanding its purpose to include substance use disorders, including for persons without a mental illness;
  • changing how revenue from the 1% tax on income above $1 million is spent under the law, including requiring 30% of the Behavioral Health Services Fund be allocated to housing intervention programs; 
  • increasing the size of the oversight commission from 16 to 27 voting members; and
  • issuing $6.38 billion in bonds to fund housing for homeless individuals and veterans, including up to $4.4 billion for mental health care and drug or alcohol treatment facilities and $2.0 billion for housing for homeless persons.

"YES" Recommended by

A "no" vote opposes changing the Mental Health Services Act and issuing $6.38 billion in bonds for homeless individuals and veterans.

"NO" Recommended by