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View district lines for the June Election, resources for Candidates, Volunteers, and Election Integrity, and the long list of active state ballot measures below.

June 7th Primary Election

The June ballot will include all statewide elected offices; State Assembly and even-numbered State Senate Districts; U.S. Senate (Padilla seat) and House of Representatives, Sacramento County offices including Board of Supervisor Districts 1,2,5, Board of Education Areas 1, 2, 3, Superior Court Judges, Sacramento City Council Districts 1, 3, 5, 7, and Twin Rivers School District Areas 2, 4, and 8. All other local elections will take place in November.

Click on the images below to search for your new districts on the map, or look up your legislative and congressional districts at this link.

 

For Candidates

Thinking of running for office in 2022? Click here to learn if the position of interest is up in the Primary or the General. And visit this page to learn how to get started.

Final Legislative and Congressional maps are at this link.

Let us know which district is of interest to you – sign up here.

Want to know who has filed their intent to run in Sacramento County? Visit this page on the Sac Elections website to search by name, or click on Elections to search all upcoming elections.

Interested in a state office such as the Assembly, State Senate, or a Statewide office such as Attorney General? Click here for the candidate manual. Please note that State and Local Candidates must file a Candidate Intention (Form 501) before raising or spending any money, including the candidate’s personal funds. A primarily formed committee must file a Statement of Organization (Form 410) within 10 days of raising or spending $2,000 in a calendar year.

If Congress or the U.S. Senate is your preferred office, visit this page for candidate registration and guidance.

Visit this page for a manual for local candidates. You can also check with the County of Sacramento and the Cities of Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt and Rancho Cordova for more information on running for local seats in those jurisdictions.

SacCountyGOP will host Open House events at our headquarters so that voters can come meet all of the Republican candidates.

The endorsement process will begin as soon as filing is closed. Stay tuned for details.

For Volunteers

There are many ways you can participate in the election to make a difference:

  • SacCountyGOP Phone Banks, Precinct Walks, Community Events
  • Host a reception at your home or business to introduce local candidates to Republican voters
  • Volunteer for the CAGOP to work on priority campaigns in California
  • Represent SacCountyGOP as an Election Observer
  • Work the election – paid positions are available during the election at Sac County Elections – let us know you’ve applied so we can track how many Republicans they are accepting!
  • Run for office! Let us know if you’re interested!

Be sure to check the Upcoming Events page as the election approaches. This page will list regional meetings, fundraisers, and Open House events at SacCountyGOP headquarters featuring candidates and GOP leaders.

For Safe Elections

We need you to be our eyes and ears in the community.

The Democrats in Sacramento and Washington are doing everything they can to make sure they have an advantage in the 2022 Election. Mail in ballots, outdated voter rolls, no voter ID… it’s very concerning.

SacCountyGOP is working with the CAGOP and other counties to implement election integrity programs that will make sure your vote counts.

Besides applying to work the election and volunteering as a poll watcher, we need you to report on any anomalies you witness in Sacramento County, such as signature gathering using misinformation, multiple ballots being mailed to one household, voter registration being switched from Republican to DTS or Dem, and any kind of intimidation to vote or register a certain way. Please use this form to report any potential election fraud you have seen, and when possible, include pictures and handouts that will identify the organizers.

Active State Ballot Measures

Only one measure has qualified to date for the November ballot. Below is the title and summary published by the Secretary of State:

REFERENDUM CHALLENGING A 2020 LAW PROHIBITING RETAIL SALE OF CERTAIN FLAVORED TOBACCO PRODUCTS. – Final Random Sample Count 01/22/2021 (PDF)

Summary Date: 09/10/20 | Circulation Deadline: 11/30/20 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Aaron Agenbroad, Jaime Rojas, Beilal Mohamad-Ali Chatila | Official Top Funders List

If the required number of registered voters sign this petition and the petition is timely filed, there will be a referendum challenging a 2020 law on the next statewide ballot after the November 3, 2020 general election. The challenged law prohibits the retail sale of certain flavored tobacco products and tobacco flavor enhancers. The referendum would require a majority of voters to approve the 2020 state law before it can take effect. (20-0003.)


As of Jan. 3, the following measures have become eligible for the November 2022 ballot. View more details here.

ADJUSTS LIMITATIONS IN MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE CASES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. 
Proponent(s): Scott Olsen, Nelson A. Moreno, Bree Lynn Moreno

REQUIRES STATE REGULATIONS TO REDUCE PLASTIC WASTE, TAX PRODUCERS OF SINGLE-USE PLASTICS, AND FUND RECYCLING AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS. INITIATIVE STATUTE. 
Proponent(s): Michael J. Sangiacomo, Caryl Hart, and Linda Escalante 

AUTHORIZES NEW TYPES OF GAMBLING. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AND STATUTORY AMENDMENT.
Proponent(s): Edwin “Thorpe” Romero, Jeff L. Grubbe, Anthony Roberts, Mark Macarro


As of Jan. 3, the following measures have been cleared for signature gathering (click for details):

DECRIMINALIZES PSILOCYBIN MUSHROOMS. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 09/16/21 | Circulation Deadline: 03/15/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Ryan Munevar

REQUIRES STATE FUNDING OF RELIGIOUS AND OTHER PRIVATE SCHOOL EDUCATION. INITIATIVE CONSITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE.

Summary Date: 10/12/21 | Circulation Deadline: 04/11/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Michael Alexander, Marc Ang, Dale R. Broome, Brian Hawkins, Stephen Smith

AUTHORIZES ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE GATHERING FOR INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM, AND RECALL PETITIONS. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 10/12/21 | Circulation Deadline: 04/11/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Michael Freeman Liddell

ELIMINATES COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR TEACHERS, POLICE OFFICERS, NURSES, FIREFIGHTERS, AND OTHER PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.

Summary Date: 10/13/21 | Circulation Deadline: 04/11/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Timothy Draper

ALLOWS NEW TYPES OF GAMBLING, INCLUDING SPORTS WAGERING. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.

Summary Date: 10/18/21 | Circulation Deadline: 04/18/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Helen Fisicaro, Raul Peralez, Tasha Cerda

AMENDS LAWS REGARDING POLICE OFFICER USE OF FORCE, TRAINING, BODY CAMERA, AND BUDGET REQUIREMENTS. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 10/27/21 | Circulation Deadline: 04/25/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Jai Hudson

REQUIRES STATE FUNDING OF RELIGIOUS AND OTHER PRIVATE SCHOOL EDUCATION. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE.

Summary Date: 10/28/21 | Circulation Deadline: 04/26/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Richard Grenell, Cecilia Iglesias, Maryam Qudrat, Nanxun “Saga” Conroy

AUTHORIZES ONLINE VOTING. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 10/28/21 | Circulation Deadline: 04/26/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Michael Freeman Liddell

REQUIRES ON-SITE LICENSED MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL AT KIDNEY DIALYSIS CLINICS AND ESTABLISHES OTHER STATE REQUIREMENTS. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 10/29/21 | Circulation Deadline: 04/27/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Sean Fleming, Jonathan Everhart

DIRECTS TWO PERCENT OF GENERAL FUND TO WATER SUPPLY PROJECTS; LIMITS ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW FOR ELIGIBLE PROJECTS. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE.

Summary Date: 11/01/21 | Circulation Deadline: 05/02/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Edward Arthur Ring, Shawn Dewane, Wayne Western Jr., Stephen Rex Sheldon, Geoffrey Todd Vanden Heuvel

ELIMINATES PROPERTY TAX REASSESSMENT FOR CERTAIN FAMILY REAL PROPERTY TRANSFERS. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.

Summary Date: 11/04/21 | Circulation Deadline: 05/03/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Jon Coupal

PROVIDES THAT LOCAL LAND-USE AND ZONING LAWS OVERRIDE CONFLICTING STATE LAWS. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.

Summary Date: 11/01/21 | Circulation Deadline: 05/02/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Bill Brand, John Heath, Peggy Huang, Jovita Mendoza, Dennis Richards

ALLOWS ONLINE AND MOBILE SPORTS WAGERING. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE.

Summary Date: 11/04/21 | Circulation Deadline: 05/03/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Kurt R. Oneto, John J. Moffatt

LIMITS STATE AND LOCAL OFFICIALS’ AUTHORITY TO RESPOND TO PUBLIC-HEALTH AND OTHER EMERGENCIES. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.

Summary Date: 11/04/21 | Circulation Deadline: 05/03/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): John B. Estill, Richard C. Altmaier

ALLOWS A PARTY TO CHOOSE TO HAVE A JURY TRIAL IN CHILD-CUSTODY AND DEPENDENT-CHILD CASES. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 11/12/21 | Circulation Deadline: 05/11/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Wylmina Hettinga, Stephen Konnoff

ABOLISHES THE CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION AND TRANSFERS ITS DUTIES TO OTHER STATE AGENCIES. APPROPRIATES FUNDS FOR WILDFIRE VICTIMS FROM UNSPECIFIED STATE SOURCE. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.

Summary Date: 11/18/21 | Circulation Deadline: 05/17/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Adolfo Ramos

MANDATES GOVERNMENT-ISSUED IDENTIFICATION TO VOTE AND SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER TO REGISTER. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.

Summary Date: 11/19/21 | Circulation Deadline: 05/18/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Carl DeMaio

PROVIDES FUNDING FOR PANDEMIC DETECTION AND PREVENTION BY INCREASING TAX ON PERSONAL INCOME OVER $5 MILLION. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE.

Summary Date: 11/22/21 | Circulation Deadline: 05/23/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Max Henderson, Anna Maybach

INCREASES HOMEOWNERS’ REAL PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION AND PROVIDES SUPPLEMENTAL RENTERS’ TAX CREDIT. INCREASES TAXES ON HIGH-VALUE PROPERTIES. LIMITS LOCAL RESTRICTIONS ON HOUSING DEVELOPMENT. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE.

Summary Date: 11/30/21 | Circulation Deadline: 05/31/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Stanley R. Apps

TRANSFERS CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY FOR WRITING STATEWIDE BALLOT-MEASURE SUMMARIES. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE.

Summary Date: 12/02/21 | Circulation Deadline: 05/31/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Sam Blakeslee

LIMITS GOVERNMENT AUTHORITY TO PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH AND PROHIBITS CERTAIN GOVERNMENT PUBLIC HEALTH MEASURES INCLUDING VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE.

Summary Date: 12/03/21 | Circulation Deadline: 06/01/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Dean Lopato

LIMITS STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS’ ABILITY TO RAISE REVENUES FOR GOVERNMENT SERVICES. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.

Summary Date: 12/07/21 | Circulation Deadline: 06/06/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Thomas W. Hiltachk

ELIMINATES EMPLOYEES’ ABILITY TO FILE LAWSUITS FOR MONETARY PENALTIES FOR STATE LABOR-LAW VIOLATIONS. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 12/08/21 | Circulation Deadline: 06/06/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Brian Maas

PROHIBITS FRACKING AND PHASES OUT USE OF OIL, NATURAL GAS, AND COAL. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 12/08/21 | Circulation Deadline: 06/06/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Kamyar Feiz

REQUIRES PRE-LAWSUIT NOTICE AND LIMITS PLAINTIFFS’ ATTORNEYS’ CONTINGENCY FEES IN CONSUMER PROTECTION AND TORT CASES. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 12/14/21 | Circulation Deadline: 06/13/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Kyla Christoffersen Powell

LIMITS PLAINTIFFS’ ATTORNEYS’ CONTINGENCY FEES IN CONSUMER PROTECTION AND TORT CASES. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 12/14/21 | Circulation Deadline: 06/13/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Kyla Christoffersen Powell

LIMITS PLAINTIFFS’ ATTORNEYS’ CONTINGENCY FEES IN TORT CASES. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 12/14/21 | Circulation Deadline: 06/13/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Kyla Christoffersen Powell

INCREASES HOMEOWNERS’ PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION AND RENTERS’ TAX CREDIT. INCREASES TAXES ON HIGH-VALUE PROPERTIES. LIMITS LOCAL RESTRICTIONS ON HOUSING DEVELOPMENT. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND STATUTE.

Summary Date: 12/14/21 | Circulation Deadline: 06/13/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Stanley R. Apps

AUTHORIZES ADDITIONAL LAWSUITS CHALLENGING PUBLIC EDUCATION POLICIES AND ACTIONS BY CREATING NEW CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.

Summary Date: 12/14/21 | Circulation Deadline: 06/13/22 | Signatures Required: 997,139
Proponent(s): Emelyn Rodriquez

AUTHORIZES BONDS TO FUND CLEANUP OF CONTAMINATED LAND AND WATER. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 12/14/21 | Circulation Deadline: 06/13/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Andre Quintero

REPEALS THREE STRIKES SENTENCING LAW. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Summary Date: 12/29/21 | Circulation Deadline: 06/27/22 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): John Yahya Johnson, Earlonne Woods

 

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