US Congress & Senate

  • US Senate
    • Kamala Harris (D) 2; 4; 10; 12;
    • Loretta Sanchez (D) 4;
  • Congressional District 01
    • Doug La Malfa (R) 1; 3; 5; 11;
    • Jim Reed (D)
  • Congressional District 02
    • Dale K. Mensing (R) 5;
    • Jared W. Huffman (D) 2; 4; 8; 10;
  • Congressional District 03
    • John Garamendi (D) 2; 4; 8;
    • Dr. Eugene Cleek (R) 1; 5;
  • Congressional District 04
    • Robert W. Derlet (D)
    • Tom McClintock (R) 1; 3; 5; 9;
  • Congressional District 05
    • Carlos Santamaria (R) 5;
    • Mike Thompson (D) 2; 4; 10;
  • Congressional District 06
    • Doris Matsui (D) 2; 4; 10;
    • Robert (Bob) Evans (R) 5; 11;
  • Congressional District 07
    • Ami Bera (D) 2; 4; 12;
    • Scott Jones (R) 9;
  • Congressional District 08
    • Paul Cook (R) 1; 5; 9;
    • Rita Ramirez (D)
  • Congressional District 09
    • Antonio C. “Tony” Amador (R) 5; 9;
    • Jerry Mcnerney (D) 2; 4; 10;
  • Congressional District 10
    • Jeff Denham (R) 1; 3; 5;
    • Michael Eggman (D) 2; 4; 10; 12;
  • Congressional District 11
    • Mark Desaulnier (D) 2; 4; 10;
    • Roger Allen Petersen (R) 5;
  • Congressional District 12
    • Nancy Pelosi (D) 2; 4; 10;
    • Preston Picus (NA) – Opposed by CFA
  • Congressional District 13
    • Barbara Lee (D) 2; 4; 8; 10; 12;
    • Sue Caro (R) 5;
  • Congressional District 14
    • Angel Cardenas (R) 5;
    • Jackie Speier (D) 2; 4; 10;
  • Congressional District 15
    • Danny R. Turner (R) 5;
    • Eric Swalwell (D) 2; 4; 10;
  • Congressional District 16
    • Jim Costa (D) 4;
    • Johnny M. Tacherra (R) 1; 5;
  • Congressional District 17
    • Mike Honda (D) 2; 4; 8; 10; 12;
    • Ro Khanna (D) 8;
  • Congressional District 18
    • Anna G. Eshoo (D) 2; 4; 10;
    • Richard B. Fox (R) – Opposed by CFA
  • Congressional District 19
    • Burt Lancaster (R) 9;
    • Zoe Lofgren (D) 2; 4; 5; 8; 10;
  • Congressional District 20
    • Casey Lucius (R) – Opposed by CFA
    • Jimmy Panetta (D) 2; 4; 10; 12;
  • Congressional District 21
    • David Valadao (R) 1; 3; 5;
    • Emilio Huerta (D) 2; 4; 10;
  • Congressional District 22
    • Devin G. Nunes (R) 1; 3; 5;
    • Louie J. Campos (D)
  • Congressional District 23
    • Kevin McCarthy (R) 1; 3; 5; 11;
    • Wendy Reed (D) 8;
  • Congressional District 24
    • Justin Donald Fareed (R) 5;
    • Salud Carbajal (D) 2; 4; 10; 12;
  • Congressional District 25
    • Bryan Caforio (D) 2; 8; 10; 12;
    • Steve Knight (R) 1; 3; 5;
  • Congressional District 26
    • Julia Brownley (D) 2; 4; 12;
    • Rafael A. Dagnesses (R) 5; 11;
  • Congressional District 27
    • Jack Orswell (R) 5;
    • Judy Chu (D) 2; 4; 8; 10;
  • Congressional District 28
    • Adam B. Schiff (D) 2; 4; 10;
    • Lenore Solis (R) 5;
  • Congressional District 29
    • Richard Alarcon (D)
    • Tony Cardenas (D) 2; 4; 10;
  • Congressional District 30
    • Brad Sherman (D) 2; 4; 10;
    • Mark Reed (R) 5;
  • Congressional District 31
    • Paul Chabot (R) 1; 3; 5; 11;
    • Pete Aguilar (D) 4;
  • Congressional District 32
    • Grace F. Napolitano (D) 2; 4; 10;
    • Roger Hernández (D)
  • Congressional District 33
    • Kenneth W. Wright (R) 5; 11;
    • Ted W. Lieu (D) 2; 4; 10;
  • Congressional District 34
    • Adrienne Nicole Edwards (D)
    • Xavier Becerra (D) 2; 4; 10;
  • Congressional District 35
    • Norma J. Torres (D) 2; 4; 10;
    • Tyler Fischella (R) 5;
  • Congressional District 36
    • Jeff Stone (R) 5; 11;
    • Raul Ruiz (D) 2; 4;
  • Congressional District 37
    • Chris Blake Wiggins (D) 9;
    • Karen Bass (D) 2; 4; 10;
  • Congressional District 38
    • Linda T. Sánchez (D) 2; 4; 5; 10;
    • Ryan Downing (R) 7;
  • Congressional District 39
    • Brett Murdock (D)
    • Ed Royce (R) 1; 3; 5; 7; 9;
  • Congressional District 40
    • Lucille Roybal-Allard (D) 2; 4; 10;
    • Roman Gabriel Gonzalez (NA) 5;
  • Congressional District 41
    • Doug Shepherd (R) 5;
    • Mark Takano (D) 2; 4; 8; 10;
  • Congressional District 42
    • Ken Calvert (R) 3; 5;
    • Tim Sheridan (D)
  • Congressional District 43
    • Maxine Waters (D) 2; 4; 10;
    • Omar Navarro (R) 5; 9;
  • Congressional District 44
    • Isadore Hall, III (D) 2; 4; 8; 10; 12;
    • Nanette Diaz Barragán (D)
  • Congressional District 45
    • Mimi Walters (R) 1; 3; 5; 7; 11;
    • Ron Varasteh (D)
  • Congressional District 46
    • Bao Nguyen (D) 2; 8;
    • Lou Correa (D)
  • Congressional District 47
    • Alan Lowenthal (D) 2; 4; 8; 10;
    • Andy Whallon (R) 5; 7; 9; 11;
  • Congressional District 48
    • Dana Rohrabacher (R) 1; 3; 5; 7; 9;
    • Suzanne Savary (D) 4;
  • Congressional District 49
    • Darrell Issa (R) 1; 3; 5; 7;
    • Doug Applegate (D) 2;4;
  • Congressional District 50
    • Duncan Hunter (R) 1; 3; 5;
    • Patrick Malloy (D)
  • Congressional District 51
    • Juan M. Hidalgo Jr (R) 5;
    • Juan Vargas (D) 2; 4; 10;
  • Congressional District 52
    • Denise Gitsham (R) 1; 5;
    • Scott Peters (D) 2; 4;
  • Congressional District 53
    • James Veltmeyer (R) 5;
    • Susan A. Davis (D) 2; 4; 10;

How do I use this voter guide?

  • We have created this special comparison voter guide in order to comply with IRS. regulations. All information contained in this guide is provided for reference and education only. As a 501(c)3 non-profit ministry, California Family Council does not endorse or oppose any candidates for public office.
  • Each candidate for State Assembly, State Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, or U.S. Senate is listed under the office for which they are running. (The 17 propositions are also listed below in a special section.)
  • Each candidate’s name is followed by their party affiliation: Republican (R), Democrat (D), Libertarian (L), or None (NA).
  • Following their name and party identification are series of numbers (1-12). Each number represents a different state, local, or national organization or individual that has formally endorsed or publically supported the candidate. Click here to learn more about each organization listed for reference.
  • Generally speaking, organizations with odd numbers tend to be more conservative, while those with even numbers are considered to be more progressive/liberal.
  • Positions for these organizations/individuals were taken from their respective websites or publicized voter guides. If an organization/individual has publicly endorsed or supported a candidate, their number is listed following the candidates name and party. If an organization opposed or took no position on a candidate, their number is absent.
  • Example: “John Smith (R) 1; 5; 11” would mean that candidate Smith is running as a Republican (R), and has been endorsed or publically supported by the CFA (1), Craig Huey (5), and the CRA (11). Conversely, NARAL (5) opposed the candidate, and CFT (9) took no position, so neither organization appears after candidate Smith’s name.