California's Presidential Primary Election
The Mendocino Women's Political Coalition hosted a Candidates' Forum, Tuesday January 28,
the Ukiah Civic Center, Candidates for County Supervisors and other local elected positions
took part in this forum. To see the video of this event made by Mendocino Voice posted on
Facebook,
click here.
                                                
                                               
 March 3, 2020 Election Results
                                                                 
For Mendocino County Official results (03/30/2020), click here.                                                                         

For California (Statewide) results (from the California Secretary of State's website),
click here.

Total number of delegates per Democratic candidate as of 03/04/2020 (from the Guardian). click here.


General Information

> For more information at the State level, click here.

> For a list of information at the local level (pdf format), click here.

                        Who and What Did We Vote For?

---The President: To understand how California's Primary Elections work, click here.

To see the Certified  List of all candidates, in California, in the March 3 2020 Primary, click here.

--- Proposition 13: California Tax on Commercial and Industrial Properties for Education and Local
Government Funding.
To know more about this propositon (From Ballotpedia), click here.
To read the text of 17.055A1 (early version of this proposition) (pdf format), click here.
To read the text of 19.008 (up-dated and more recent version) (pdf format), click here.

--- House of Representatives: 2nd Congressional District
To read a candidate's statement, click here.
There seem to be no other candidates' statements at this time

--- State Assembly
To read a candidate's statement, click here.
There seems to be no other candidate's statements at this time.

--- Mendocino County Districts, 1, 2, and 4 are having to elect their new County Supervisors.
To read District 1 Candidates' statements, click here.
To read District 2 Candidates' statements, click here.  
To read District 4 Candidates' statements,
click here.

--- Several measures are, also, on the ballot at a local level.
To read the text of these measures, click here.