Congressional candidates from L.A. County

Just a reminder that there is one important election day between now and the November Presidential election, being the statewide primary on June 3rd.

One of the most important items on the ballot will be seats for U.S. Congress.

To find out which U.S. Congressional District you live in, enter your zip code here (if you need to find out your complete zipcode, check here first).

Below is a list of legislative candidates from throughout Los Angeles County. Click here for a complete list of California candidates as a .pdf. (h/t Capitol Alert).

OFFICIAL CERTIFIED LIST OF CANDIDATES (additional info from the L.A. Almanac)
2008 Statewide Direct Primary June 03, 2008
Candidates Certified As Of 03/28/2008 4:08:08PM

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 22
Lancaster (55.6%), Quartz Hill (2.9%)
Kevin Mc Carthy*, Republican, Member of Congress

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 25
Acton, Castaic, Desert View Highlands, La Crescenta (1.2%), Lake Los Angeles, Lancaster (44.4%), Littlerock, Los Angeles (0.6% in part of Sunland), Palmdale, Quartz Hill (97.1%), Santa Clarita, Stevenson Ranch, Val Verde
Jackie Conaway, Democratic, Law Office Manager
Howard P. “Buck” McKeon*, Republican, Member of Congress

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 26
Altadena (10.1%), Arcadia, Bradbury, Charter Oak (74.0%), Citrus (37.7%), Claremont, East Pasadena (65.9%), East San Gabriel (93.9%), Glendora, La Canada Flintridge, La Crescenta (44.6%), La Verne, Mayflower Village, Monrovia, North El Monte, San Dimas, San Marino, Sierra Madre, Walnut
Cynthia Rodriguez Matthews, Democratic, Project Engineer
Russ Warner, Democratic, Small Businessman
David Dreier*, Republican, United States Representative
Sonny Sardo, Republican, Business Owner
Ted Brown, Libertarian, Small Business Owner

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 27
Burbank (45.3%), Los Angeles (16.0% in part of Canoga Park, part of Chatsworth, part of Encino, Granada Hills, part of Mission Hills, part of North Hills, part of North Hollywood, Northridge, Reseda, part of Sherman Oaks, part of Sun Valley, part of Sunland, part of Sylmar, part of Tarzana, part of Tujunga, part of Van Nuys, Winnetka, part of Woodland Hills)

Brad Sherman*, Democratic, United States Congressman/CPA
Navraj Singh, Republican, Business Owner
Tim Denton, Libertarian, Biology Professor

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 28
Los Angeles (16.7% in part of Encino, part of Mission Hills, part of North Hills, part of North Hollywood, Pacoima, Panorama City, part of Sherman Oaks, part of Studio City, part of Sun Valley, part of Sylmar, part of Tarzana, Toluca Lake, Valley Village, part of Van Nuys), San Fernando, Universal City
Howard L. Berman*, Democratic, Member of Congress, United States House of Representatives

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 29
Alhambra, Burbank (54.7%), Glendale, La Crescenta (54.0%), Monterey Park (41.5%), Pasadena, San Gabriel, South Pasadena, Temple City, Altadena (89.9%), East Pasadena (34.1%), East San Gabriel (6.1%)
Adam B. Schiff*, Democratic, United States Representative, 29th District
Charles Hahn, Republican, Financial Advisor
Alan Pyeatt, Libertarian, Civil Engineer

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 30
Agoura Hills, Beverly Hills, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Los Angeles (10.8% in part of Canoga Park, part of Chatsworth, Pacific Palisades, part of Tarzana, part of West Hills, part of Woodland Hills), Malibu, Santa Monica, Topanga, West Hollywood, Westlake Village
Henry A. Waxman*, Democratic, United States Representative

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 31
Los Angeles (17.3%)
Xavier Becerra*, Democratic, Member of Congress

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 32
Azusa, Baldwin Park, Covina, Duarte, El Monte, Irwindale, Los Angeles (0.8%), Monterey Park (58.5%), Rosemead, South El Monte, West Covina, Charter Oak (26.0%), Citrus (62.3%), East Los Angeles (35.0%), South San Gabriel (42.9%), Valinda (12.7%), Vincent
Hilda L. Solis*, Democratic, U.S. House of Representatives, 32nd District

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 33
Culver City, Los Angeles (15.8%), Ladera Heights, View Park-Windsor Hills
Mervin Leon Evans, Democratic, Author/Management Consultant
Felicia Ford, Democratic, Corporate Executive Officer
Diane E. Watson*, Democratic, Member of Congress
David C. Crowley, II, Republican, College Student

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 34
Bell, Bellflower, Bell Gardens, Commerce, Cudahy, Downey, Huntington Park, Los Angeles (5.1%), Maywood, Vernon, East Los Angeles (22.1%), Florence-Graham (33.6%), Walnut Park
Lucille Roybal-Allard*, Democratic, Member of Congress
Christopher Balding, Republican, Economist
Wayne Miller, Republican, Retired Government Worker

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 35
Gardena, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Lawndale, Los Angeles (South Central), Alondra Park, Del Aire (99.7%), Florence-Graham (18.9%), West Athens, Westmont
Maxine Waters*, Democratic, United States Congresswoman
Ted Hayes, Republican, President, Nonprofit Corporation
Herb Peters, Libertarian, Retired Aerospace Engineer

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 36
El Segundo, Hermosa Beach, Lomita, Los Angeles (Playa del Rey, part of San Pedro, Venice, Westchester, Wilmington), Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Torrance, Del Aire (0.3%), Lennox, Marina del Rey, West Carson (98.1%)
Jane Harman*, Democratic, U.S. Representative
Brian Gibson, Republican, Physicist

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 37
Carson, Compton, Long Beach (79.9%), Los Angeles (Watts, Wilmington), Signal Hill, East Compton, West Carson (1.9%), West Compton, Willowbrook (61.8%)
Lee Davis, Democratic, Publisher/Businesswoman
Peter Mathews, Democratic, Professor, American Government
Laura Richardson*, Democratic, Member of Congress

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 38
Industry, La Puente, Montebello, Norwalk, Pico Rivera, Pomona, Santa Fe Springs, Whittier (1.9%), Avocado Height, East Los Angeles (42.9%), Hacienda Heights, Rowland Heights (14.4%), South San Gabriel (57.1%), South San Jose, Valinda (87.3%), West Puente Valley
Grace F. Napolitano*, Democratic, United States Representative
Christopher M. Agrella, Libertarian, Businessman

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 39
Artesia, Cerritos, Hawaiian Gardens, Lakewood, La Mirada, Long Beach (2.0%), Los Angeles (0.1%), Lynwood, Paramount, South Gate, Whittier (68.0%), East La Mirada, Florence-Graham (47.5%), South Whittier, West Whittier, Willowbrook (38.2%)
Linda T. Sanchez*, Democratic, United States Representative
Diane A. Lenning, Republican, Retired Teacher

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 42
Diamond Bar, La Habra Heights, Whittier (30.1%), Rowland Heights (85.6%)
DemocraticEdwin “Ed” Chau
Attorney/School Trustee
DemocraticRon Shepston
Avionics Engineer
DemocraticMichael Williamson
Police Sergeant/Lawyer
RepublicanGary G. Miller*
Member of Congress

UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 46
Los Angeles (part of San Pedro)
Debbie Cook, Democratic, Mayor, City of Huntington Beach
Dan Kalmick, Democratic, Small Business Owner
Dana Rohrabacher*, Republican, U.S. Representative, 46th District
Ronald R. St. John, Republican, Business Attorney
Thomas Lash, Green, Teacher
Ernst P. Gasteiger, Libertarian, Production Manager

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One response to “Congressional candidates from L.A. County

  1. I am ASHAMED to call myself a member of the Republican Party. Disagree with our President O.K. but putting out all the RACIST CRAP and disrespecting AMERICA’S President is horrible and I WON’T VOTE FOR ANOTHER REPUBLICAN in another election until it is brought to an end and NOW. I will change to Independent before the 2010! SHAME ON THE GOP!

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