Sunday, May 22, 2022

Primary Color

I have a backlog of half-written posts waiting to be published, mostly on hold because I'm getting deeply wrapped up in Europa Universalis IV. There is a time-sensitive thing coming up, though: the primary election here in California! As usual, here's my personal take on each race and measure. I'm skipping over uncontested races.

 


I'm honestly not very passionate about a lot of these offices, so there's less color commentary here than normal. But that doesn't mean it's unimportant! In local and country races, candidates can win outright with 50%+ in the primary, not even appearing on the more-popular November ballot. The smaller turnout in the primary also means your vote counts for more and has a bigger impact.

Senator: Alex Padilla

Senator Again For Some Reason: Alex Padilla

15th Congressional District: Kevin Mullin

21st Assembly District: James Hsuchen Coleman

Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tony K. Thurmond

Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder: Mark Church

Sheriff: Christina Corpus

Measure E: Yes. (Even though I continue to strongly believe that we should be raising taxes rather than issuing bonds to support public services.)

Governor: Gavin Newsom

Lieutenant Governor: Eleni Kounalakis

Secretary of State: Shirley N. Weber

Controller: Malia M. Cohen

Treasurer: Fiona Ma

Attorney General: Rob Bonta

Insurance Commissioner: Ricardo Lara

Member, State Board of Equalization, 2nd District: Sally J. Lieber

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