Political party strength in California

California is a Democratic stronghold and considered to be one of the "big three" Democratic strongholds alongside New York and Illinois.

The following table indicates the party of elected officials in the U.S. state of California:

The table also indicates the historical party composition in the:

For years in which a presidential election was held, the table indicates which party's nominees received the state's electoral votes.

Note that ties on the Board of Equalization are broken by the vote of the State Controller.

1849–1990Edit

Year Executive offices BOE State Legislature United States Congress Electoral
votes
Governor Lieutenant
Governor
Attorney
General
Secretary
of State
Treasurer Controller Supt. of
Pub. Inst.
State
Senate
State
Assem.
U.S. Senator
(Class I)
U.S. Senator
(Class III)
U.S.
House
1849 Peter Hardeman
Burnett
(D)
John McDougal (D) Edward J. C. Kewen (D) William Van Voohies (D) Richard Roman (D) John S. Houston (D) no such
office
16NP 36NP
1850 John C. Frémont (D) William M. Gwin (D) 1D, 1I
1851 John McDougal (D) David C. Broderick (D) James A. McDougall (D) John Gage Marvin (D) 10D, 4W, 2I 18W, 17D, 1I[a] vacant
1852 John Bigler (D) Samuel Purdy (D) Serranus Clinton Hastings (D) Winslow S. Pierce (D) 26D, 2W 41D, 21W, 1I John B. Weller (D) 2D Pierce/
King (D) Green tickY
1853 James W. Denver (D) 20D, 7W 41D, 22W
1854 John R. McConnell (D) Selden A. McMeans (D) Samuel Bell (D) Paul K. Hubbs (D) 26D, 8W 68D, 12W
1855 Charles R. Hempstead (D) 26D, 7W 42D, 36W, 2I vacant
1856 J. Neely Johnson (KN) Robert M. Anderson (KN) William T. Wallace (KN) David F. Douglass (KN) Henry Bates (KN) George W. Whitman (KN) 16KN, 16D, 1W[b] 56KN, 23D, 1I Buchanan/
Breckinridge (D) Green tickY
1857 James L. English (KN) Edward F. Burton (KN) Andrew J. Moulder (D) 19D, 11KN, 3R 61D, 11R, 8KN David C. Broderick (D)[c] William M. Gwin (D)
1858 John B. Weller (D) Joseph Walkup (D) Thomas H. Williams (D) Ferris Foreman (D) Thomas Findley (D) Aaron R. Melony (D) 27D, 5R, 3KN 66D, 9R, 4KN, 1I
1859 30D, 4R, 1I 72D, 8R
1860 Milton Latham (D) John G. Downey (D) Johnson Price (D) Samuel H. Brooks (D) 33D, 2R 78D, 2R Henry P. Haun (D) Lincoln/
Hamlin (R) Green tickY
John G. Downey (D) Isaac N. Quinn (D) Milton Latham (D)
1861 Pablo de la Guerra (D) James S. Gillan (D) 30D, 6R 60D, 19, 1CU James A. McDougall (D) 3R
1862 Leland Stanford (R) John F. Chellis (R) Frank M. Pixley (R) William H. Weeks (R) Delos R. Ashley (R) Gilbert R. Warren (R) 23D, 17R 41D, 39R
1863 John L. McCullogh (R) Benjamin B. Redding (R) Romualdo Pacheco (NU) George R. Oultan (R) John Swett (NU) 31R, 9D 63R, 17D John Conness (R)
1864 Frederick Low (R) Tim N. Machin (R) 35R, 5D 70R, 10D Lincoln/
Johnson (NU) Green tickY
1865
1866 31R, 9D 61R, 19D
1867 Jo Hamilton (D) Henry L. Nichols (D) Antonio F. Coronel (D) Robert Watt (D) Oscar Penn Fitzgerald (D) Cornelius Cole (R) 2D, 1R
1868 Henry Huntly Haight (D) William Holden (D) 21R, 19D 52D, 28R Grant/
Colfax (R) Green tickY
1869 Eugene Casserly (D)
1870 26D, 12R, 2I 67D, 10R, 3I
1871 John Lord Love (R) Drury Melone (R) Ferdinand Baehr (R) James J. Green (R) Henry Nicholas Bolander (R) 3R
1872 Newton Booth (R) Romualdo Pacheco (R) 22D, 17R, 1I 54R, 25D, 1I Grant/
Wilson (R) Green tickY
1873 Aaron A. Sargent (R) 3R, 1D
1874 18R, 14D, 8PI[d] 34PI, 27R, 19D[e] John S. Hager (D)
1875 Romualdo Pacheco (R) William Irwin (D) Jo Hamilton (D) Thomas Bock (D) José Guadalupe Estudillo (D) James W. Mandeville (D) Ezra S. Carr (R) Newton Booth (AM) 3D, 1R
1876 William Irwin (D) James A. Johnson (D) William B. C. Brown (D) 20D, 11I, 6R, 3ID 64D, 12R, 4I Hayes/
Wheeler (R) Green tickY
1877 Daniel M. Kenfield (R) 3R, 1D
1878 27D, 10R, 2I, 1WPC 55D, 24R, 1WPC 2D, 2R
1879 3R, 1D James T. Farley (D) 3R, 1D
1880 George Clement Perkins (R) John Mansfield (R) Augustus L. Hart (R) Daniel M. Burns (R) John Weil (R) Frederick M. Campbell (R) 23R, 10WPC, 7D 46R, 18D, 16WPC Hancock/
English (D) Red XN
1881 42R, 33D, 4WPC, 1GB John Franklin Miller (R)[c] 2D, 2R
1882
1883 George Stoneman (D) John Daggett (D) Edward C. Marshall (D) Thomas Larkin Thompson (D) William A. January (D) John P. Dunn (D) William T. Weckler (D) 3D, 1R 32D, 8R 61D, 19R 6D
1884 Denis J. Oullahan (D) Blaine/
Logan (R) Red XN
1885 20D, 20R[f] 60R, 20D Leland Stanford (R) 5R, 1D
1886 George Hearst (D)[g]
Abram Williams (R)
1887 Washington Bartlett (D)[c] Robert Waterman (R) George A. Johnson (D) William C. Hendricks (D) Adam Herald (D) Ira G. Haitt (R) 22D, 18R 41R, 39D George Hearst (D)[c] 4R, 2D
1888 Robert Waterman (R) Stephen M. White (D) Harrison/
Morton (R) Green tickY
1889 22D, 18R 42D, 38R
1890
1891 Henry Markham (R) John B. Reddick (R) William H. Hart (R) Edwin G. Waite (R) J.R. McDonald (R) Edward P. Colgan (R) J. W. Anderson (R) 3R, 1D 28R, 12D 60R 19D, 1KN Charles N. Felton (R)
1892 8 - Cleveland/
Stevenson (D) Green tickY
1 - Harrison/
Reid (R) Red XN
1893 22R, 18D 45D, 31R, 2I, 2Pop Stephen M. White (D)
1894 Albert Hart (R) George Clement Perkins (R)
1895 James Budd (D) Spencer G. Millard (R)[c] William F. Fitzgerald (R) Lewis H. Brown (R) Levi Ratcliffe (R) Samuel T. Black (R) 25R, 15D 64R, 14D, 2Pop
1896 William T. Jeter (D)[g] McKinley/
Roosevelt (R) Green tickY
1897 28R, 12D 47R, 16Fus, 9Pop, 8D 3R, 2D, 2Pop
1898 Will S. Green (D) Charles T. Meredith (D)
1899 Henry Gage (R) Jacob H. Neff (R) Tirey L. Ford (R) Charles F. Curry (R) Truman Reeves (R) Thomas J. Kirk (R) 2R, 2D[h] 26R, 14D 59R, 20D, 2I vacant 6R, 1D
1900 Thomas R. Bard (R) 7R McKinley/
Roosevelt (R) Green tickY
1901 34R, 6D 60R, 20D
1902
1903 George Pardee (R) Alden Anderson (R) Ulysses S. Webb (R) 33R, 7D 60R, 19D, 1UL 5R, 3D
1904 Roosevelt/
Fairbanks (R) Green tickY
1905 33R, 4UL, 3D 72R, 4D, 4UL Frank Putnam Flint (R) 8R
1906 A.B. Nye (R)
1907 James Gillett (R) Warren R. Porter (R) William R. Williams (R) Edward Hyatt (R) 4R 33R, 6D, 1I 73R, 6D, 1I
1908 Taft/
Sherman (R) Green tickY
1909 30R, 9D, 1I 60R, 20D
1910
1911 Hiram Johnson (R) Albert Joseph Wallace (R) Frank C. Jordan (R)[c] Edward D. Roberts (R) 32R, 18D 69R, 11D John D. Works (R) 7R, 1D
1912 Hiram Johnson (Prog) Roosevelt/
Johnson (Prog) Red XN
1913 John S. Chambers (R) 30R, 10D 54R, 25D, 1Soc 7R, 3D, 1I
1914
1915 John Morton Eshleman (Prog)[c] Friend Richardson (Prog) 3R, 1D 21R, 10D, 9Prog 33R, 28Prog, 15D, 3Soc, 1Proh[i] James D. Phelan (D) 4R, 3D, 2Prog, 1I, 1Proh
1916 William Stephens (R) 5R, 3D, 1Prog, 1I, 1Proh Wilson/
Marshall (D) Green tickY
1917 William Stephens (R) C. C. Young (R) 20R, 11D, 8P, 1I 69R, 9D, 1Prog, 1Proh Hiram Johnson (R)[c] 5R, 4D, 1Prog, 1Proh
1918
1919 Will C. Wood (NP) 32R, 7D, 1I 70R, 10D 9R, 2D
1920 Harding/
Coolidge (R) Green tickY
1921 Roy C. Riley (R) 33R, 7D 73R, 7D Samuel M. Shortridge (R)
1922
1923 Friend Richardson (R) Charles G. Johnson (R) 36R, 3D, 1I 76R, 4D
1924 Coolidge/
Dawes (R) Green tickY
1925 37R, 3D 75R, 5D
1926
1927 C. C. Young (R) Buron Fitts (R) William John Cooper (NP/R) 4R 35R, 5D 74R, 6D 10R, 1D
1928 Hoover/
Curtis (R) Green tickY
1929 Herschel L. Carnahan (R) Vierling C. Kersey (NP) 71R, 7D, 2I
1930
1931 James Rolph (R)[c] Frank Merriam (R) 36R, 4D 73R, 7D
1932 roosevelt/
Garner (D) Green tickY
1933 35R, 5D 55R, 25D William Gibbs McAdoo (D)[j] 11D, 9R
1934 Frank Merriam (R) vacant
1935 George J. Hatfield (R) 31R, 8D, 1I 42R, 37D, 1I 13D, 7R
1936
1937 Harry B. Riley (R) Walter F. Dexter (NP) 25R, 15D 47D, 33R 15D, 4R, 1Prog
1938
1939 Culbert Olson (D) Ellis E. Patterson (D) Earl Warren (R) 3R, 1D 21R, 19D 44D, 36R Sheridan Downey (D) 11D, 8R, 1Prog
1940 Paul Peek (D) Roosevelt/
Wallace (D) Green tickY
1941 24R, 16D 42D, 38R 10D, 10R
1942
1943 Earl Warren (R) Frederick F. Houser (R) Robert W. Kenny (D) Frank M. Jordan (R) 44R, 36D 13D, 10R
1944 Roosevelt/
Truman (D) Green tickY
1945 Roy E. Simpson (NP) 24R, 20D 42R, 37D, 1I 16D, 7R
1946 William Knowland (R)[g]
1947 Goodwin Knight (R) Frederick N. Houser (R) Thomas Kuchel (R) 48R, 32D 14R, 9D
1948 Truman/
Barkley (D) Green tickY
1949 26R, 14D 45R, 35D 12R, 11D
1950
1951 Pat Brown (D) 28R, 12D 47R, 33D Richard Nixon (R)
1952 Eisenhower/
Nixon (R) Green tickY
1953 Robert C. Kirkwood (R)[g] 29R, 11D 53R, 27D Thomas Kuchel (R)[g] 19R, 11D
1954 Goodwin Knight (R) Harold J. Powers (R) 2R, 2D[h]
1955 22R, 18D 47R, 23D
1956
1957 A. Ronald Burton (R) 20D, 20R[k] 42R, 38D 17R, 13D
1958
1959 Pat Brown (D) Glenn M. Anderson (D) Stanley Mosk (D) Bert A. Betts (D) Alan Cranston (D) 4D 26D, 14R 47D, 33R Clair Engle (D)[c] 16D, 14R
1960 Nixon/
Lodge (R) Red XN
1961 30D, 10R 24D, 14R
1962
1963 Max Rafferty (NP/R) 27D, 13R 52D, 28R 23D, 15R
1964 Johnson/
Humphrey (D) Green tickY
Thomas C. Lynch (D)[g] Pierre Salinger (D)[g]
1965 49D, 31R George Murphy (R)
1966
1967 Ronald Reagan (R) Robert Finch (R) Ivy Baker Priest (R) Houston I. Flournoy (R) 21D, 19R[l] 42D, 38R 21D, 17R
1968 20D, 20R Nixon/
Agnew (R) Green tickY
1969 Edwin Reinecke (R) 21R, 19D 41R, 39D Alan Cranston (D)
1970 H. P. Sullivan (R)
1971 Evelle J. Younger (R) Jerry Brown (D) Wilson Riles (NP/D) 21D, 19R 43D, 37R John V. Tunney (D) 20D, 18R
1972
1973 20D, 20R[m] 51D, 29R 23D, 20R
1974 John L. Harmer (R)
1975 Jerry Brown (D) Mervyn Dymally (D) March Fong Eu (D) Jesse M. Unruh (D)[c] Kenneth Cory (D) 25D, 15R 55D, 25R 28D, 15R
1976 Ford/
Dole (R) Red XN
1977 28D, 12R 57D, 23R S. I. Hayakawa (R) 29D, 14R
1978
1979 Mike Curb (R) George Deukmejian (R) 3D, 1R 26D, 14R 50D, 30R 28D, 15R
1980 Reagan/
Bush (R) Green tickY
1981 47D, 33R 22D, 21R
1982
1983 George Deukmejian (R) Leo T. McCarthy (D) John Van de Kamp (D) Bill Honig (NP) 25D, 15R 48D, 32R Pete Wilson (R)[n] 28D, 17R
1984
1985 47D, 33R
1986
1987 Gray Davis (D) 2D, 2R[o] 24D, 14R, 1I 44D, 36R
1988 Elizabeth Whitney (D)[p] Bill Honig (NP/D) Bush/
Quayle (R) Green tickY
1989 Thomas W. Hayes (R)[g] 47D, 33R
1990
Year Governor Lieutenant
Governor
Attorney
General
Secretary of State Treasurer Controller Supt. of
Pub. Inst.
BOE State
Senate
State
Assem.
U.S. Senator
(Class I)
U.S. Senator
(Class III)
U.S.
House
Electoral
votes
Executive offices State Legislature United States Congress

1991–presentEdit

Year Executive offices BOE State Legislature United States Congress Electoral
votes
Governor Lieutenant
Governor
Attorney
General
Secretary
of State
Treasurer Controller Insurance
Comm.
Supt. of
Pub. Inst.
State
Senate
State
Assem.
U.S. Senator
(Class I)
U.S. Senator
(Class III)
U.S.
House
1991 Pete Wilson (R) Leo T. McCarthy (D) Dan Lungren (R) March Fong Eu (D) Kathleen Brown (D) Gray Davis (D) John Garamendi (D) Bill Honig (NP/D) 2D, 2R[o] 25D, 14R, 1I 46D, 34R John Seymour (R)[g] Alan Cranston (D) 26D, 19R
1992 Clinton/
Gore (D) Green tickY
1993 David Dawson (NP)[p] 23D, 15R, 2I 48D, 32R Dianne Feinstein (D) Barbara Boxer (D) 30D, 22R
1994 Tony Miller (D)[p]
1995 Gray Davis (D) Bill Jones (R) Matt Fong (R) Kathleen Connell (D) Chuck
Quackenbush
(R)
Delaine Eastin (NP/D) 21D, 17R, 2I 41R, 39D[q] 27D, 25R
1996 26D, 26R
1997 23D, 16R, 1I 43D, 37R 29D, 23R
1998
1999 Gray Davis (D)[r] Cruz Bustamante (D) Bill Lockyer (D) Phil Angelides (D) 25D, 15R 47D, 32R, 1G 28D, 24R
2000 J. Clark Kelso (R)[p] 27D, 25R Gore/
Lieberman (D) Red XN
2001 Harry W. Low (D)[g] 26D, 14R 50D, 30R 32D, 20R
2002
2003 Kevin Shelley (D)[s] Steve Westly (D) John Garamendi (D) Jack O'Connell (NP/D) 25D, 15R 48D, 32R 33D, 20R
2004 Arnold
Schwarzenegger

(R)
Kerry/
Edwards (D) Red XN
2005 Bruce McPherson (R)[g]
2006
2007 John Garamendi (D) Jerry Brown (D) Debra Bowen (D) Bill Lockyer (D) John Chiang (D) Steve Poizner (R) 34D, 19R
2008 Obama/
Biden (D) Green tickY
2009 50D, 29R, 1I
2010 Abel Maldonado (R)[g]
2011 Jerry Brown (D) Gavin Newsom (D) Kamala Harris (D) Dave Jones (D) Tom Torlakson (NP/D) 52D, 28R
2012 52D, 27R, 1I
2013 29D, 11R 55D, 25R
2014
2015 Alex Padilla (D) John Chiang (D) Betty Yee (D) 26D, 14R 52D, 28R 38D, 15R
2016 Clinton/
Kaine (D) Red XN
2017 Xavier Becerra (D)[g] 27D, 13R 55D, 25R Kamala Harris (D)[t] 39D, 14R
2018 26D, 14R[u]
2019 Gavin Newsom (D) Eleni Kounalakis (D) Fiona Ma (D) Ricardo Lara (D) Tony Thurmond
(NP/D)
3D, 1R 29D, 11R 60D, 20R 46D, 7R
61D, 19R[v]
61D, 18R, 1I[w]
2020 45D, 7R[x] Biden/
Harris (D) Green tickY
2021 Rob Bonta (D)[g] Shirley Weber (D)[g] 31D, 9R 60D, 19R, 1I Alex Padilla (D)[g] 42D, 11R
2022
Year Governor Lieutenant
Governor
Attorney
General
Secretary
of State
Treasurer Controller Insurance
Comm.
Supt. of
Pub. Inst.
BOE State
Senate
State
Assem.
U.S. Senator
(Class I)
U.S. Senator
(Class III)
U.S.
House
Electoral
votes
Executive offices State Legislature United States Congress
Key to party colors and abbreviations for members of the U.S. Congress and other politicians or officials
American (Know Nothing) (KN)
American Labor (AL)
Anti-Jacksonian (Anti-J)
National Republican (NR)
Anti-Administration (AA)
Democratic-Republican (DR)
Anti-Masonic (Anti-M)
Conservative (Con)
Democratic (D)
Dixiecrat (Dix),
States' Rights (SR)
Farmer–Labor (FL)
Federalist (F)
Pro-Administration (PA)
Free Soil (FS)
Fusion (Fus)
Greenback (GB)
Independence (IPM)
Independent Democrat (ID)
Independent Republican (IR)
Jacksonian (J)
Liberal (Lib)
Libertarian (L)
National Union (NU)
Nonpartisan League (NPL)
Nullifier (N)
Opposition Northern (O)
Opposition Southern (O)
Populist (Pop)
Progressive (Prog)
Prohibition (Proh)
Readjuster (Rea)
Republican (R)
Silver (Sv)
Silver Republican (SvR)
Socialist (Soc)
Unionist (U)
Unconditional Unionist (UU)
Whig (W)
Independent (I)
Nonpartisan (NP)
  1. ^ A Democrat, John Bigler, was re-elected Speaker, continuing in his service from when it was a non-partisan body.
  2. ^ The Whig voted with the Know-Nothings to elect a Know-Nothing President Pro Tempore, Delos R. Ashley.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Died in office.
  4. ^ A Democrat, William Irwin, was elected President Pro Tempore with the support of the People's Independent Party.
  5. ^ A representative of the People's Independent Party, Morris M. Estee, was elected Speaker with the support of the Democrats.
  6. ^ The senate elected a Democratic President Pro Tempore.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Appointed to fill vacancy.
  8. ^ a b Republicans held the State Controller's office for the duration of this tie and cast the tie-breaking vote here, giving control of the Board to the Republicans.
  9. ^ A Progressive Speaker was elected with Democratic support.
  10. ^ Resigned November 8, 1938. Thomas M. Storke (D) was appointed to replace McAdoo on November 9, but as Congress was not in session Storke never took any legislative action or cast any votes during his time as Senator.
  11. ^ A Democrat, Hugh M. Burns was elected Senate President Pro Tempore.
  12. ^ A Democrat, J. Eugene McAteer died in office in May 1967 and was succeeded by a Republican Milton Marks in August 1967 shifting the Senate to 20D, 20R.
  13. ^ Democrat James Mills continued as Senate President Pro Tempore.
  14. ^ Resigned to take office as Governor of California.
  15. ^ a b Democratic State Controllers held office for the entire duration of this tie, giving Democrats control of the Board.
  16. ^ a b c d Deputy officer who served in an acting capacity during a vacancy.
  17. ^ Democrat Willie Brown continued as Speaker for the first half of 1995 with the support of an Republican-turned-Independent, Paul Horcher, and two Republicans. Those two Republicans, Doris Allen and Brian Setencich, each served as Speaker for three months the second half of 1995. Republican Curt Pringle was then selected as Speaker in 1996 after the Independent and two Republicans were recalled and/or removed from office.
  18. ^ Recalled in 2003.
  19. ^ Resigned March 4, 2005. Deputy Insurance Commissioner Cathy Mitchell served in an acting capacity from March 4 until March 29.
  20. ^ Resigned to take office as Vice President of the United States.
  21. ^ Democratic Senator Josh Newman was recalled and replaced by Republican Ling Ling Chang.
  22. ^ Republican Assemblyman Brian Maienschein switched to the Democratic Party.
  23. ^ Republican Assemblyman Chad Mayes left the Republican party and registered as an independent.
  24. ^ Democrat Katie Hill resigned and was succeeded by Republican Mike Garcia. Republican Duncan D. Hunter resigned and his seat remained vacant until the next election.

Party strength by number of registrationsEdit

Political Party Registration Over Time
Year Total Democratic Republican Independent American Ind. Green Libertarian Natural Law Reform Peace & Freedom Americans Elect
1999[1][2] 14,853,121 46.72% 35.27% 12.89% 1.97% 0.66% 0.55% 0.43% 0.58% 0.48%
2001[3][4] 15,577,686 45.57% 34.76% 14.43% 2.04% 0.91% 0.60% 0.35% 0.48% 0.41%
2003[5][6] 15,168,263 44.39% 35.22% 15.32% 1.95% 1.03% 0.59% 0.28% 0.52%
2005[7][8] 16,628,673 43.04% 34.49% 17.88% 1.99% 0.95% 0.54% 0.17% 0.23% 0.40%
2007[9][10] 15,682,358 42.52% 34.19% 18.83% 2.00% 0.89% 0.53% 0.22% 0.37%
2009[11][12] 17,334,275 44.52% 31.14% 19.99% 2.17% 0.67% 0.48% 0.16% 0.32%
2011[13][14] 17,186,531 44.04% 30.88% 20.41% 2.43% 0.66% 0.54% 0.13% 0.34%
2013[15][16] 18,055,783 43.93% 28.94% 20.86% 2.64% 0.63% 0.61% 0.09% 0.34% 0.02%
2015[17][18] 17,717,936 43.15% 27.98% 23.57% 2.71% 0.62% 0.69% 0.44%
2017[19][20] 19,432,609 44.77% 25.87% 24.51% 2.63% 0.49% 0.73% 0.39%
2019[21][22] 19,978,449 43.11% 23.57% 28.26% 2.59% 0.44% 0.77% 0.38%
2021[23][24] 22,154,304 46.17% 24.14% 23.73% 3.07% 0.39% 0.92% 0.48%

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 1999" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  2. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 1999" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  3. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 2001" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  4. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 2001" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  5. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 2003" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  6. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 2003" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  7. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 2005" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  8. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 2005" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  9. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 2007" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  10. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 2007" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  11. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 2009" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  12. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 2009" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  13. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 2011" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  14. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 2011" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  15. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 2013" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  16. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 2013" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  17. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 2015" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  18. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 2015" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  19. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 2017" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  20. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 2017" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  21. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 2019" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  22. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 2019" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  23. ^ "Report of Registration - February 10, 2021" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.
  24. ^ "Registration by Political Bodies Attempting to Qualify - February 10, 2021" (PDF). California Secretary of State. Retrieved 23 November 2021.

See alsoEdit