Countdown to the November 5 Election








Many thanks to our hard-working endorsed candidates in the March Primary Election. We won most, but lost a few. All deserve our respect and appreciation for stepping up!

March Primary Election Highlights:

  • Donald Trump is now the official nominee for re-election as President of the USA, and Steve Garvey made the top-two in his race for the U.S. Senate.
  • Congressman Kevin Kiley achieved a strong lead over his Democrat opponent.
  • Assemblyman Heath Flora is easily on his way to re-election, and Assemblyman Josh Hoover’s votes far outnumbered the total of his two Democrat opponents.
  • Dr. Vinaya Singh (AD 10) and Veteran Tom Silva (CD 7) made the top two in their races.
  • Republican Nikki Ellis made the top two in AD 6 and Chris Bish made the top two in CD 6.
  • Republicans Thom Bogue (SD 3) and Dave Ennis (AD 11) have a small part of Sacramento County in the Isleton community, and they also made the top two.
  • County Board of Education Member Heather Davis was re-elected for a third term.
  • Folsom Councilwoman Rosario Rodriguez avoided a November run-off and will succeed Sue Frost as the Supervisor for District 4.
  • A new Central Committee was elected and will take office in January of 2025.
  • Law enforcement’s candidate for Superior Court Judge Amy Holliday defeated the incumbent, and the City of Sacramento’s Measure C went down in flames.

The Sacramento County Registrar of Voters (ROV) has officially certified the election results. Assuming no recounts are requested, certification is the final step in the election process. 

The ROV reports that prior to certifying the election results, Sacramento County completed the following tasks: 

  • A hand counted audit of ballots in 1% of the voting precincts (manual tally), selected at random the day after Election Day;
  • Reconciled all voted ballots, spoiled ballots, surrendered ballots and ballot paper to ensure all materials have been accounted for;
  • Balanced the number of signatures (mail ballot envelopes, roster sheets, or Conditional Voter Registration/provisional envelopes) and voting history we have in a precinct to the number of physical ballots in that precinct. This ensures that no additional ballots are printed, marked and added to a precinct; and
  • Reviewed challenged ballots and attempted voted twice cases.

As we move toward November, it will be our goal to recruit candidates who can inspire a larger voter turnout to support our candidates up and down the ticket. We ask all conservatives to keep their messaging positive and to work together to elect more Republicans!

Candidates running for local office in the General Election can start filing on July 15th! If you want to run in a Sacramento County district, use the link below to let us know!

Check out the Campaign Rules for running for local office and use the links below for more helpful resources.


The Secretary of State authorized signature gathering starting March 26th with a September 3rd deadline. Use the link below to download a Recall petition.

Reserve your unique SacCountyGOP “Trump 2024 – America First” yard sign(s) in advance as we expect them to go fast! They are now available at our Sacramento headquarters (9851 Horn Road, Ste. 100). We do not ship signs, so please plan to come in and pick them up.

If you are interested in a 4’x8′ sign, let us know by emailing Once we receive at least 20 orders, we will print the larger signs.

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