GLENDALE – Having the largest Armenian American constituency in the U.S., the Armenian American vote in California will create a heavy impact on the makeup of the next California State Congressional delegation, as well as the State Senate and Assembly.

To ensure the continued support of Armenian American issues by California’s elected officials, it is imperative that every Armenian American vote for candidates with a proven track record supporting Armenian American causes.

The Armenian Council of America, applying a candidate’s record and experience on issues of importance to Armenian Americans, is proud to announce its endorsements for California’s November 4th elections:

Statewide Candidates

Governor: Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown
Lieutenant Governor: Gavin Newsom
Attorney General: Kamala D. Harris
Controller: Betty Yee
Secretary of State: Alex Padilla
Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tom Torlakson

Congressional

CD 10: Jeff Denham (R)
CD 12: Nancy Pelosi (D)
CD 14: Jackie Speier (D)
CD 18: Anna Eshoo (D)
CD 22: Devin Nunes (R)
CD 27: Judy Chu (D)
CD 28: Adam Schiff (D)
CD 29: Tony Cardenas (D)
CD 30: Brad Sherman (D)
CD 32: Grace Napolitano (D)
CD 33: Ted Lieu (D)
CD 34: Xavier Becerra(D)
CD 37: Karen Bass (D)
CD 38: Linda Sanchez (D)
CD 39: Ed Royce (R)
CD 43: Maxine Waters (D)
CD 44: Janice Hahn (D)
CD 46: Loretta Sanchez (D)
CD 48: Dana Rohrabacher (R)

California State Senate

SD 4: Jim Nielson (R)
SD 6: Roger Dickinson (D)
SD 8: Tom Berryhill (R)
SD 12: Anthony Cannella (R)
SD 14: Andy Vidak (R)
SD 22: Ed Hernandez (D)
SD 24: Kevin De León (D)
SD 40: Ben Hueso (D)

California State Assembly

AD 1: Brian Dahle (R)
AD 5: Frank Bigelow (R)
AD 6: Beth Gaines (R)
AD 8: Ken Cooley (D)
AD 10: Marc Levine (D)
AD 11: Jim Frazier (D)
AD 12: Kristin Olsen (R)
AD 14: Susan Bonilla (D)
AD 18: Rob Bonta (D)
AD 19: Phil Ting (D)
AD 20: Bill Quirk (D)
AD 21: Adam Gray (D)
AD 23: Jim Patterson (R)
AD 24: Richard Gordon (D)
AD 27: Nora Campos (D)
AD 29: Mark Stone (D)
AD 30: Luis Alejo (D)
AD 31: Henry Perea (D)
AD 32: Rudy Salas Jr. (D)
AD 34: Shannon Grove (R)
AD 35: Katcho Achadjian (R)
AD 36: Steve Fox (D)
AD 37: Das Williams (D)
AD 38: Scott Wilk (R)
AD 39: Raul Bocanegra (D)
AD 41: Christopher Holden (D)
AD 43: Mike Gatto (D)
AD 45: Matthew Dababneh (D)
AD 46: Adrin Nazarian (D)
AD 47: Cheryl Brown (D)
AD 48: Roger Hernández (D)
AD 49: Edwin Chau (D)
AD 50: Richard Bloom (D)
AD 51: Jimmy Gomez (D)
AD 52: Freddie Rodriguez (D)
AD 53: Miguel Santiago (D)
AD 54: Sebastian Ridley-Thomas (D)
AD 58: Cristina Garcia (D)
AD 59: Reginald Byron Jones- Sawyer Jr. (D)
AD 60: Eric Linder (R)
AD 61: Jose Medina (D)
AD 63: Anthony Rendon (D)
AD 65: Sharon Quirk-Silva (D)
AD 66: Al Muratsuchi (D)
AD 67: Melissa Melendez (R)
AD 68: Donald Wagner (R)
AD 69: Tom Daly (D)
AD 72: Travis Allen (R)
AD 75: Marie Waldron (R)
AD 77: Brian Maienschein (R)
AD 78: Toni G. Atkins (D)
AD 79: Shirley Weber (D)
AD 80: Lorena S. Gonzalez (D)

Los Angeles County Elections

Los Angeles County Assessor: Jeffrey Prang

Los Angeles County Sheriff: Jim McDonnell

Los Angeles County Supervisor 3rd District: Bobby Shriver

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