About the 2022 Elections

So much is up in the air for our Primary Election in 2022. Because the Redistricting Commission received Census data late, they may not have district lines finalized until February of 2022!

If you’re thinking of running for office, check out thepositions up in June of 2022, view the important filing dates, and then visit the 2022 Election page for more helpful info!

Not sure which districts you are in? Sac County voters can visit this link.

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. Find out about city elections by contacting the City Clerk – this link lists all City Clerks in Sacramento County.

There are local Recalls pending. Learn more at this link.

We will keep you up-to-date on the Citizen’s Redistricting Commission, including opportunities for the public to comment on preliminary district lines for the California Legislature and Congress. Learn more about the County’s redistricting at this link.


“The Statewide Database is pleased to release the official redistricting database for the State of California. These data will allow the Commission and local jurisdictions throughout the state to begin constructing their new electoral districts. The redistricting database is available free of charge at: https://statewidedatabase.org/redistricting2021/ and accessible to all Californians,” stated Karin Mac Donald, Director for the Statewide Database.

The P.L. 94-171 redistricting data is a tabulation from the decennial census that includes counts of population by race, ethnicity (Hispanic or Latino origin), voting age, housing occupancy status, and group quarters population, all at the census block level. In California, the State’s Citizens Redistricting Commission and most local jurisdictions including Cities and Counties are required by law to use the official redistricting dataset provided by the Statewide Database. This dataset is different from the data that the census provides in that it has reallocated data from incarcerated persons that were enumerated in facilities under the control of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to their last residential address.

Redistricting Timeline: 2021-22

  • October-December, 2021*: Public Input Meetings/Line Drawing Sessions
  • November-December, 2021*: Draft District Maps Released
  • December 2021-January 2022*: Public Input Meetings/Line Drawing Sessions
  • December 2021-February 2022*: District Maps Released
  • December 2021-February 2022*: Final District Maps to Secretary of State

To submit public input today using the COI tool, please visit: https://drawmycacommunity.org/.

Questions about voting or running for office? Call Sacramento County Elections (916) 875-6451 Find your current districts here.

Need to visit the Elections office? Sacramento County Elections – 7000 65th Street, Sacramento

Seats up in Primary Election

Currently Scheduled for June 7, 2022

US Senate
California (Padilla)

House of Representatives
CD 3 (Garamendi)
CD 6 (Matsui)
CD 7 (Bera)
CD 9 (McNerney)

State Offices
Governor (Newsom)
Lt. Governor (Kounalakis)
Secy. of State (Weber)
Controller (Yee)
Treasurer (Ma)
Atty. General (Bonta)
Insurance Commissioner (Lara)
D-1 Bd. of Equalization (Gaines)
Supt. Public Instruction (Thurmond)

SD 4 (Nielsen Termed Out)
SD 6 (Pan Termed Out)
SD 8 (Borgeas)
AD 6 (Kiley)
AD 7 (McCarty)
AD 8 (Cooley)
AD 9 (Cooper Running for Sheriff?)
AD 11 (Frazier)

View the List of All Elected Officials with Next Election Dates

Sacramento County

Assessor (Wynn)
District Attorney (Schubert Running for AG)
Sheriff (Jones Retiring)

Board of Supervisors
D-1 (Serna)
D-2 (Kennedy)
D-5 (Nottoli Retiring)

Board of Education
Area 1 (Lefkovitz)
Area 2 (Talamantes)
Area 3 (Keefer)

Superior Court Judges

Sacramento City Council
D-1 (Ashby Running for Senate)
D-3 (Harris)
D-5 (Schenirer)
D-7 (Jennings)

Twin Rivers USD
Area 2 (Rivas)
Area 4 (Bastian)
Area 6 (Sandoval)

All other local offices up in November

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