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The 2016 were held on Tuesday, June 7th, 2016
The will be held on Tuesday November 8th, 2016.
   
 
 2016 California Presidential Primary Results 
 
  2016 Democratic Presidential Primary Results
94.00% reporting in California | 548 Delegates

  Winner Hillary Clinton
Former U.S. Secretary of State, U.S. Senator and First Lady
Clinton profile & issues  Campaign website      

1,841,285
55.97
257
 votes
 %
 delegates
   Bernie Sanders
Junior U.S. Senator from Vermont and Former Mayor of Burlington
Withdrawn Democratic Candidate
Sanders profile & issues 

1,416,742
43.07
188
 votes
 %
 delegates
31,500
0.96
 votes
 %

Other Democratic Presidential Candidates

     
  2016 Republican Presidential Primary Results
82.00% reporting in California | 172 Delegates | Winner-takes-most

  Winner Donald Trump
Businessman, television personality and author
Trump profile & issues  Campaign website      

1,093,996
75.7
166
 votes
 %
 delegates
   John Kasich
Governor of Ohio
Withdrawn Republican Candidate
Kasich profile & issues 

162,754
11.26
0
 votes
 %
 delegates
   Ted Cruz
U.S. Senator from Texas
Withdrawn Republican Candidate
Cruz profile & issues 

129,482
8.96
0
 votes
 %
 delegates
   Ben Carson
Physician, Author and Citizen Politician
Withdrawn Republican Candidate
Carson profile & issues 

49,118
3.4
0
 votes
 %
 delegates
   Jim Gilmore
Former Governor of Virginia
Withdrawn Republican Candidate
Gilmore profile & issues 

9,801
0.68
0
 votes
 %
 delegates




 


Governor of California
The current Governor of California is Democrat Jerry Brown.
He was sworn into the Office of Governor on January 3rd, 2011.
Jerry Brown is 78 years old and serving his second elected term as Governor.
His California Gubernatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 6th, 2018.
Jerry Brown is not eligible for re-election in 2018 due to state term restrictions.
Jerry Brown also served two terms as governor from 1975 through 1983.
Governor Jerry Brown official gubernatorial website
Governor Jerry Brown official Facebook page
Governor Jerry Brown official Twitter account





Senior U.S. Senator from California
The current Senior U.S. Senator from California is Democrat Dianne Feinstein.
She was sworn into the Office of U.S. Senator on November 10th, 1992.
Dianne Feinstein is 83 years old and serving her fourth elected term as U.S. Senator.
Her California senatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 6th, 2018.
Dianne Feinstein is eligible for re-election in 2018 and has announced her candidacy.
Feinstein was first elected in a 1992 Special Election to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Senator Pete Wilson (R) to become Governor.
Senator Dianne Feinstein official senatorial website
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Senator Dianne Feinstein Twitter page
 
 2018 California U.S. Senate Elections 
  2018 Democratic Primary Candidate
  Dianne Feinstein
Incumbent U.S. Senator from California
Declared Democratic Candidate



Junior U.S. Senator from California
The current Junior U.S. Senator from California is Democrat Barbara Boxer.
She was sworn into the Office of U.S. Senator on January 3rd, 1993.
Barbara Boxer is 75 years old and serving her fourth elected term as U.S. Senator.
Barbara Boxer announced her retirement and will be leaving office on January 3rd, 2017.
Her California senatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 8th, 2016.
Senator Barbara Boxer official senatorial website
Senator Barbara Boxer official Facebook page
Senator Barbara Boxer official Twitter account
 
 2016 California U.S. Senate Elections 
  2016 Democratic Primary Candidates
  Akinyemi Agbede
Super genius man
Declared Democratic Candidate
Agbede campaign website      
  Kamala Harris
Attorney General of California
Declared Democratic Candidate
Harris campaign website      
  Phillip Marcel House
Declared Democratic Candidate

  Temperance Lance-Council
Declared Democratic Candidate
  
  Loretta Sanchez
California Congresswoman
Declared Democratic Candidate
Sanchez campaign website      
  Stewart Albertson
Veteran, teacher and attorney
Withdrawn Democratic Candidate

  2016 Republican Primary Candidates
  Rocky Chávez
Veteran and state assembly member
Declared Republican Candidate
Chávez campaign website      
  Tom Del Beccaro
Author, businessman and former Chairman of the California Republican Party
Declared Republican Candidate
Del Beccaro campaign website      
  John Estrada
Business and marketing consultant
Declared Republican Candidate
Estrada campaign website      
  Albert Howard
Declared Republican Candidate

  Tim Kalemkarian
Unknown
Declared Republican Candidate

  Bob Larivee
Building design professional
Declared Republican Candidate
Larivee campaign website  
  Jerry Joseph Laws
Declared Republican Candidate

  Robert Molnar
Geopolitical Game Theorist
Declared Republican Candidate
  
  Tom Palzer
Veteran and small businessman
Declared Republican Candidate
Palzer campaign website  
  George "Duf" Sundheim
Former Chairman of the California Republican Party
Declared Republican Candidate
Sundheim campaign website      
  Phil Wyman
Former California State Senator
Declared Republican Candidate
Wyman campaign website  
  2016 Third Party or Independent Candidates
  Mikelis "Mike" Beitiks
Climate change activist
Declared Independent Candidate
Beitiks campaign website    
  Jerry Carroll
Former businessman, teacher, and perennial candidate
Declared Independent Candidate
Carroll campaign website  
  Mukund Martand Moharir
Declared Independent Candidate
  
  Jason Alan Swaim
Declared Independent Candidate
  




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