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Endorsed Candidates for political office. Vote
Ken Calvert, a lifelong resident of Riverside County and 17-year small business owner in the restaurant and real estate industries, represents the 42nd Congressional District of southern California.
Rep. Calvert’s legislative priorities includes: enacting pro-growth policies that will help strengthen our economy for American families; supporting the men and women serving in our military around the world; fixing our broken immigration system by restoring the rule of law and making the use of E-Verify mandatory for all employers in the U.S.; honoring promises made to our veterans.
Ken Calvert

U. S. House of Representatives Dist. #41

Ken Calvert, a lifelong resident of Riverside County and 17-year small business owner in the restaurant and real estate industries, represents the 42nd Congressional District of southern California.
Rep. Calvert’s legislative priorities includes: enacting pro-growth policies that will help strengthen our economy for American families; supporting the men and women serving in our military around the world; fixing our broken immigration system by restoring the rule of law and making the use of E-Verify mandatory for all employers in the U.S.; honoring promises made to our veterans.

Wallis is committed to making California a great state again where people want to stay and raise their families.  Wallis believes that government’s role is to improve quality of life, provide public safety and maintain infrastructure.
Greg Wallis

California 47th Assembly District

Wallis is committed to making California a great state again where people want to stay and raise their families.  Wallis believes that government’s role is to improve quality of life, provide public safety and maintain infrastructure.

Sheriff Bianco has proven to be a great leader. In his first term, he has shown deputies that they have his support.  He also worked with other county law enforcement to improve Riverside County. It’s critical that we give Sheriff Bianco a second term.
Sheriff Chad Bianco for Re-election

Sheriff Riverside County

Sheriff Bianco has proven to be a great leader. In his first term, he has shown deputies that they have his support.  He also worked with other county law enforcement to improve Riverside County. It’s critical that we give Sheriff Bianco a second term.

Pastor Brian Hawkins is the best candidate to represent the 25th District.  Currently a San Jacinto councilmember, Hawkins is adamant that his campaign can bring togerther people from all political parties.  Hawkins proudly stands with law enforcement, believes that every life is essential and supports the Second Amendment.
Pastor Brian Hawkins for Congress

US Congress 25th District CA

Pastor Brian Hawkins is the best candidate to represent the 25th District.  Currently a San Jacinto councilmember, Hawkins is adamant that his campaign can bring togerther people from all political parties.  Hawkins proudly stands with law enforcement, believes that every life is essential and supports the Second Amendment.


As your next State Assemblyman, I will never stop fighting for our district and our community. As a husband I will fight for laws that make our community safer. As a father I will fight to give parents more say in their children’s education or the ability to move them to a school where the parents have a choice. As a Christian I will fight government overreach that shut down our churches when people needed hope the most. As a Certified Financial Planner I will fight a bloated state budget that hurts working class Californians
Ian Weeks

California Assembly Dist. #36


As your next State Assemblyman, I will never stop fighting for our district and our community. As a husband I will fight for laws that make our community safer. As a father I will fight to give parents more say in their children’s education or the ability to move them to a school where the parents have a choice. As a Christian I will fight government overreach that shut down our churches when people needed hope the most. As a Certified Financial Planner I will fight a bloated state budget that hurts working class Californians

Prior to becoming District Attorney, Hestrin spent almost 20 years as a line prosecutor in the Riverside County DA’s Office. During his years as a prosecutor, he handled difficult and challenging criminal cases. He has completed more than 100 jury trials during his career. He served as Trial Team Leader for the District Attorney’s Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Unit, where he prosecuted those who target and abuse children. For most of his last 10 years prior to taking office, he worked in the Homicide Unit where he conducted more than 40 murder trials, including seven Death Penalty cases.
Mike Hestrin

District Attorney for Riverside County

Prior to becoming District Attorney, Hestrin spent almost 20 years as a line prosecutor in the Riverside County DA’s Office. During his years as a prosecutor, he handled difficult and challenging criminal cases. He has completed more than 100 jury trials during his career. He served as Trial Team Leader for the District Attorney’s Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Unit, where he prosecuted those who target and abuse children. For most of his last 10 years prior to taking office, he worked in the Homicide Unit where he conducted more than 40 murder trials, including seven Death Penalty cases.

Ben J. Benoit is a small business owner who grew up in the Coachella Valley. He served as a Planning Commissioner for Wildomar and was later elected to the City Council where he served as Wildomar’s Mayor Pro Tem during his first year in office.  Ben Benoit is an effective leader with a proven track record of delivering results for his constituents.
Ben Benoit

Riverside County Auditor-Controler

Ben J. Benoit is a small business owner who grew up in the Coachella Valley. He served as a Planning Commissioner for Wildomar and was later elected to the City Council where he served as Wildomar’s Mayor Pro Tem during his first year in office.  Ben Benoit is an effective leader with a proven track record of delivering results for his constituents.

Over the last fifteen years as a Riverside County Deputy District Attorney, I have prosecuted thousands of criminal cases, including murder, gang crime, organized crime, and major drug trafficking. When the federal government needed my help, I was appointed a Special United States Attorney (special federal prosecutor) by the United States Department of Justice.  
Jay Kiel

Superior Court Judge

Over the last fifteen years as a Riverside County Deputy District Attorney, I have prosecuted thousands of criminal cases, including murder, gang crime, organized crime, and major drug trafficking. When the federal government needed my help, I was appointed a Special United States Attorney (special federal prosecutor) by the United States Department of Justice.  

Natalie Lough is running for Superior Court Judge for Riverside County.  She is an experienced Deputy District Attorney in the Riverside County District Attorney's Office, a military spouse, and mother to two young boys.  As a judge, she would treat everyone who enters the courtroom with fairness, compassion, and respect. 
Natalie Lough

Superior Court Judge

Natalie Lough is running for Superior Court Judge for Riverside County.  She is an experienced Deputy District Attorney in the Riverside County District Attorney's Office, a military spouse, and mother to two young boys.  As a judge, she would treat everyone who enters the courtroom with fairness, compassion, and respect. 

Deputy District Attorney Kristi Kirk is seeking election as a Riverside County Superior Court Judge. Kristi is an experienced prosecutor and has devoted her over 16 year career to the residents of the Coachella Valley, where she resides with her husband and two children.
Kristi Kirk

Superior Court Judge

Deputy District Attorney Kristi Kirk is seeking election as a Riverside County Superior Court Judge. Kristi is an experienced prosecutor and has devoted her over 16 year career to the residents of the Coachella Valley, where she resides with her husband and two children.

ENDORSEMENTS RIVERSIDE COUNTY CALIFORNIA

Riverside County
Brian Dahle

California Governor

Senator Brian Dahle is a voice for public safety, lowering taxes, and reducing homelessness. He opposes onerous government regulations that are driving up the cost of living forcing many to leave California and businesses to shutter their doors.

A longtime advocate of building a better business climate in California, Brian Dahle was the California Chamber of Commerce’s top-rated senator for pro-business votes in 2021 and has a 100 percent rating from the National Federation of Independent Business.

Angela E. Underwood Jacobs

Lt. Governor

She is a wife, mother, and dedicated public servant. Angela has served as a City Councilwoman and the Deputy Mayor of Lancaster, California, in Los Angeles County. She started working as a bank teller as a young woman, working her way up to her current job of regional manager. As a community banker, Angela helps people live their California Dream – purchase their first home, receive a loan to launch a small business, and educating them to save and invest for retirement.

Mark Meuser

U. S. Senate California

Meuser is a Californian native who has a proven record of promoting and fighting for our rights as a Constitutional and election law attorney.  Meuser knows firsthand from his many First Amendment court battles the importance of protecting critical First Amendment rights. Over the years, Meuser has been involved in 22 lawsuits brought against California’s Gov. Newsom for the governor’s unconstitutional violation of power using COVID-19 as the reason.

Rob Bernosky

Secretary of State

I am a businessman in corporate America and have been entrusted by the people of California for different positions. A career Chief Financial Officer, companies and their shareholders have trusted me to guard their assets, help guide businesses to success, and instill credibility.

Various communities have elected me to school boards and appointed me in different capacities involving water resources and education.

Lanhee J. Chen

State Controller

Lanhee Joseph Chen is an American policy advisor, attorney, and academic. Chen serves as the David and Diane Steffy Fellow in American Public Policy Studies at the Hoover Institution, director of domestic policy studies and lecturer in the public policy program at Stanford University, and lecturer in law at Stanford Law School.

Jack M. Guerrero

State Treasurer

As Mayor, Mr. Guerrero ushered in sweeping government reform measures, exposed serious deficiencies in the City's internal financial and administrative controls, and engaged the California State Controller for a consequential forensic examination. Mr. Guerrero's passion for justice extended to education initiatives, when (as Mayor) he did the unthinkable: He held public hearings on the quality of education in local public schools! He successfully advocated for local school reform, organized parents, and demanded change in one school's administration. In 2017, Mr. Guerrero was re-elected as the top vote-getter in a crowded field of nine candidates, and as the highest vote-getter in the recorded history of the City of Cudahy, CA.

Nathan Hochman

State Attorney General

Nathan J. Hochman is an American attorney. He served as United States Assistant Attorney General for the Tax Division of the United States Department of Justice in 2008. Prior to that, Hochman was an Assistant United States Attorney for the Central District of California from 1990 to 1997, serving in the Criminal Division.

Robert Howell

Insurance Commissioner

Robert Howell personally owns and operates an electronics firm in the Silicon Valley. He employs dozens of good people, produces great American-made products and has an outstanding track-record of safety.

Robert Howell believes in traditional American values: personal freedom, hard work and loyalty to our Country. As a husband, father and grandfather, Robert Howell understands that you pay your own way, play by the rules, and that you also have a treasured family to protect.

Lance Christensen

California Superintendent of Public Education

Lance has been active in many aspects of local education including running for school board, sitting as the assistant chair of the school district's finance committee and serving as vice president of a high school booster club.  Recognized as an education policy and budgetary, he is the Vice President of Education Policy and Government Relations at the California Policy Center, long respected as a foundation built on education opportunities and choice. He was also one of the primary architects of the recent school choice initiative that would allow parents to create education savings accounts for state funds to follow the student. 

ENDORSEMENTS CALIFORNIA STATE

California State

ENDORSEMENTS FOR LOCAL DESERT CITY ELECTIONS

Cathedral City City Council

Mark Carnevale

Cathedral City City Council

Ernesto Gutierrez

Coachella City Council

Frank Figueroa

Coachella City Council

Yurema Arvizu

Coachella Valley Water District Div. 2

John Powell, Jr.

College of the Desert TA1

Larissa Chaves Chaidez

College of the Desert TA4

Joel Kinnamon

Desert Sands Unified School Dst. TA1

Kailee Watson

Desert Sands Unified School Dst. TA2

Betty Calloway

Desert Sands Unified School Dst. TA5

Mike Duran

Indian Wells City Council

Dana Reed

Indio City Council

Elaine Holmes

La Quinta City Council

Deborah McGarrey

La Quinta City Council

John Pena

La Quinta Mayor

Linda Evans

Palm Desert City Council

Evan Trubee

Palm Desert City Council

Jan Harnik

Rancho Mirage City Council

Meg Marker

Rancho Mirage City Council

Ken Ammann
Harriet Hageman

U.S. Senate, Wyoming

I have dedicated my career to fighting for the people of the great State of Wyoming as we’ve been under assault from Washington, D.C., and career politicians. For the last 20 years, I have been fighting back against Federal agencies that try to usurp our rights with overbearing regulations. I’ve never allowed my Conservative values to be shaken in the face of Left-Wing ideologues.

Kelly Tshibaka

U.S. Senate, Alaska

Under Kelly's leadership as Commissioner of Alaska’s Department of Administration, the department cut future spending by HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS over 5 years; consolidated services; reduced regulations; opened hiring opportunities statewide; and digitized numerous manual operations. The department also saved millions in healthcare, while expanding options and reducing premiums for members.

OTHER ENDORSEMENTS U.S.

U.S. Endorsements
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