Elected officials have a role in making laws about our wages, benefits, and working conditions. That’s why UFCW members vote. In 2024, #UFCWvotes for good jobs, better benefits, and for a brighter future for all. 

UFCW Voter Resources: https://www.ufcwwest.org/resources/

The below listed labor-endorsed candidates promote working families, are committed to good jobs, and will support workers’ rights:

California Statewide Endorsements

Assembly

AD 2               Rusty Hicks

AD 4               Cecilia Aguiar-Curry

AD 7               Porshe Middleton

AD 10             Stephanie Nguyen

AD 11             Lori Wilson

AD 12             Damon Connolly

AD 13             Rhodesia Ransom

AD 14             Buffy Wicks

AD 15             Monica Wilson

AD 16             Rebecca Bauer-Kahan

AD 17             Matt Haney

AD 19             Catherine Stefani

AD 20             Liz Ortega-Toro

AD 21             Diane Papan

AD 22             Jessica Self

AD 23             Marc Berman

AD 24             Alex Lee

AD 26             Dual Endorsement:

                         Patrick Ahrens

                         Tara Sreekrishnan

AD 27             Esmeralda Soria

AD 28             Gail Pellerin

AD 29             Robert Rivas

AD 30             Dawn Addis

AD 31             Joaquin Arambula

AD 33             Angel Ruiz

AD 35             Jasmeet Bains

AD 36             Joey Acuña

AD 37             Gregg Hart

AD 38             Steve Bennett

AD 39             Juan Carrillo

AD 40             Pilar Schiavo

AD 41             Phlunte Riddle

AD 42             Jacqui Irwin

AD 43             Celeste Rodriquez

AD 44             Nick Schultz

AD 45             James Ramos

AD 46             Jesse Gabriel

AD 47             Christy Holstege

AD 49             Mike Fong

AD 50             Dejonae Shaw

AD 51             Rick Chavez Zbur

AD 54             Mark Gonzalez

AD 55             Isaac Bryan

AD 56             Lisa Calderon

AD 58             Clarissa Cervantes

AD 60             Corey Jackson

AD 61             Tina McKinnor

AD 62             José Luis Solache

AD 64             Blanca Pacheco

AD 65             Mike Gipson

AD 66             Al Muratsuchi

AD 67             Sharon Quirk-Silva

AD 68             Avelino Valencia

AD 69             Josh Lowenthal

AD 73             Cottie Petrie-Norris

AD 74             Chris Duncan

AD 75             Kevin Juza

AD 76             Joseph Rocha

AD 77             Tasha Boerner

AD 78             Chris Ward

AD 80             David Alvarez

 

Senate

SD 3                Dual Endorsement:

                          Rozzana Verder Aliga

                          Jackie Elward

SD 5                Jerry McNerney

SD 7                Kathryn Lybarger

SD 9                Tim Grayson

SD 11              Scott Wiener

SD 13              Josh Becker

SD 15              Dave Cortese

SD 17              John Laird

SD 19              Lisa Middleton

SD 21              Monique Limón

SD 23              Kipp Mueller

SD 25              Sasha Renee Perez

SD 27              Henry Stern

SD 29              Eloise Gomez Reyes

SD 31              Sabrina Cervantes

SD 33              Lena Gonzalez

SD 35              Michelle Chambers

SD 37              Josh Newman

SD 39              Akilah Weber

California UFCW Local Endorsed Candidates:

Local 135 (San Diego)

Local 324 (Orange County and Southern Los Angeles County)

Local 770 (Los Angeles, Ventura, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties)

Register to vote:

If you will be 18 by the next election OR if you are 16 or 17, you can pre-register now and you will automatically be registered to vote on your 18th birthday.

CALIFORNIA: https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/voter-registration

ARIZONA: https://azsos.gov/elections/voters/registering-vote

NEVADA: https://registertovote.nv.gov/

Did you know that in California everyone receives a mail-in ballot?

All registered voters will receive a ballot at the address they are registered to vote. If you haven’t received yours, check your registration status here: https://voterstatus.sos.ca.gov/

Lost your vote-by-mail ballot/Need a replacement?

If you haven’t received your ballot and you’ve verified your registration status, you can request a replacement ballot. If you lost your ballot, marked it incorrectly, or it was damaged,  you can also request a replacement ballot.

Only the registered voter themself may request a replacement ballot. The California Replacement Ballot Application can be found here: https://elections.cdn.sos.ca.gov/vote-by-mail/pdf/replacement-application.pdf

Where’s My Ballot?

Tracking your vote-by-mail ballot—when it is mailed, received, and counted—has never been easier. The California Secretary of State is now offering Where’s My Ballot?—a new way for voters to track and receive notifications on the status of their vote-by-mail ballot. Powered by BallotTrax, Where’s My Ballot?  lets voters know where their ballot is, and its status, every step of the way. Sign-up at WheresMyBallot.sos.ca.gov to receive automatic email, SMS (text), or voice call notifications about your ballot.

The choices voters make this year will have long-lasting effects on working people.

To vote in this important election, you can:

1. Mail your ballot on or before March 5, 2024
*ballots must be postmarked on or before Election Day and received by your county elections office no later than 7 days after Election Day – March 12, 2024.
2. Drop off your vote-by-mail ballot at any dropbox
3. Take your vote-by-mail ballot to any vote center after February 6, 2024.
4. Vote in person at any vote center in your county
5. Return your vote-by-mail ballot to any polling place in your county or to your county elections office on Election Day by 8:00PM
6. Vote in person at any polling place in your county or at your county elections office on Election Day by 8:00PM

Key Dates:

January 25, 2024: Voter information guide begins to be mailed to registered voters
February 5, 2024: Vote by mail ballots begin to be mailed to all registered voters
February 6, 2024: Ballot drop-off locations begin to open
February 20, 2024: Voter registration deadline *same day registration is available. Voters can “conditionally” register and vote with a provisional ballot from February 21, 2024 — March 5, 2024
February 24, 2024: Vote Centers begin to open
March 5, 2024: Election Day

Same-Day Voter Registration:

Did you know that California has same-day voter registration??

The requirement to register to vote in advance has proved to be a hurdle for many Americans. Same-day registration encourages new voters to enter the process, and also allows existing voters to update or correct errors in their registrations.  Almost half of the states in the U.S. have implemented same-day voter registration. Also known as Conditional Voter Registration, same-day registration is a safety net for Californians who miss the deadline to register to vote or update their voter registration information for an election.

Eligible voters who need to register or re-register to vote within 14 days of an election can complete this process to register and vote at their county elections office, polling place, or vote center. Their ballots will be processed and counted once the county elections office has completed the voter registration verification process. 

 

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