LOS ANGELES – In the 2022 primary elections, Angelenos have an opportunity to elect the next governor of California. The race is wide open at this point, with many candidates from different parties. As a result, it is important for voters to be informed about the various candidates and their platforms. All candidates will appear on the same ballot regardless of party affiliation. This could make the election process more confusing for some voters. However, by doing some research and staying informed, Los Angeles voters can ensure that they make their voices heard in the 2022 gubernatorial race.

Reinette Senum is a two-time Mayor of Nevada County who is a proponent for food security, freedom and thriving California families. She is a strong supporter of gun reform measures that help keep families safe from gun violence. Senum’s commitment to promoting food security and liberty makes her an invaluable leader in California’s effort to reset its course.

Brian Dahle is a Republican running for office on a platform of fiscal responsibility and limited government. He supports President Trump’s border wall and has said that he would work to repeal Obamacare. In addition to his ten years in legislature, he is also a small business owner. His endorsements include the National Rifle Association and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Brian Dahle’s experience and endorsements make him a strong candidate for the Republican party. His platform reflects the values of many Republicans makes him a candidate to watch in the election.

Jenny Rae Le Roux did not get into politics until the recall of California’s current Governor Gavin Newsom. Prior to the recall, she was an entrepreneur for global management firms and lived a rural lifestyle with her family just outside of Redding, California.

In recent years, there has been a growing dissatisfaction with the way California is governed. This sentiment is reflected in the large number of candidates running for office this year. Many of the candidates are running on platforms of change, promising to bring new ideas and fresh perspectives to state government. There is a sense that California has become stagnant, and that new leadership is needed to bring about positive change. The issues that are most important to voters seem to be the economy, education, and healthcare. Candidates who can address these issues in a way that resonates with voters are likely to be successful in the upcoming elections.

According to the Los Angeles Times, polls for in-person voting will open as early as May 28. Mail-in ballots are encouraged to be brought into the polls for in-person voting. This is due to the fact that some polling locations may not have enough machines for everyone who wants to vote in person. Ballots must be received by the elections office no later than 8:00 p.m. on June 7th in order to be counted. If you have any questions, please contact your local county clerk’s office.