California 2022 June Primary endorsements

Fossil fuel polluters are blocking the bold steps needed to address the climate emergency and extinction crisis. From attorney general to county supervisors and mayors, each of these public offices plays a critical role in moving California off of fossil fuels and protecting our communities and wildlife. That’s why we are endorsing real environmental champions in California’s primary election on June 7.

We have no time to lose. Every vote matters. 


Statewide office 

Governor: Gavin Newsom

Lieutenant Governor: Eleni Kounalakis

Attorney General: Rob Bonta

Controller: Malia Cohen

U.S. House of Representatives

District 13 (CA-13): Phil Arballo

District 15 (CA-15): David Canepa

District 17 (CA-17): Ro Khanna

District 23 (CA-23): Derek Marshall

District 32 (CA-32): Shervin Aazami

District 34 (CA-34): David Kim

District 37 (CA-37): Daniel Lee

District 42 (CA-42): Peter Mathews

District 44 (CA-44): Nanette Diaz Barragan

District 46 (CA-46): Mike Ortega

California State Assembly 

Assembly District 12: Sara Aminzadeh

Assembly District 20: Jen Esteen

Assembly District 47: Christy Holstege

Assembly District 52: Mia Livas Porter

Assembly District 65: Fatima Iqbal-Zubair

Assembly District 72: Judie Mancuso

California State Senate 

Senate District 8: Dave Jones

Senate District 16: Bryan Osorio

County Supervisors 

Los Angeles County Supervisor, District 3 (dual endorsement): Lindsey Horvath and Henry Stern

Sacramento County Supervisor, District 5: Jaclyn Moreno

San Luis Obispo County Supervisor, District 4: Jimmy Paulding

Ventura County Supervisor, District 2: Claudia Bill-de la Peña

L.A. County Superior Court Judicial Seat

Office No. 60: Anna Reitano

Office No. 67: Elizabeth Lashley-Haynes 

Office No. 70: Holly Hancock

Office No. 118: Carolyn “Jiyoung” Park

Los Angeles City Council 

District 9: Dulce Vasquez

District 13: Hugo Soto-Martinez

District 15: Bryant Odega

Mayoral races

Mayor of Los Angeles: Karen Bass

Mayor of Richmond CA: Eduardo Martinez

Ventura County Ballot Measures

Measure A: YES

Measure B: YES