California Coalition of Christians Voter Guide

Christian Candidates California 2014

California will elect their Tea Party Christian candidates in the 2014 California Primary. Polls open 7am to 8pm. See list of endorsed candidates. See Local Conservative Candidates by county below.

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2014 Primary Election Endorsements

2014 California Statewide Conservatives:

Governor – Tim Donnelly 
Lt. Governor – Ron Nehring 
Controller – Ashley Swearengin 
Secretary of State – Pete Peterson 
Insurance Commissioner – Ted Gaines
State Superintendent of Instruction: Lydia Gutierrez
State Board of Equalization – District 1 – George Runner 
State Board of Equalization – District 4 – Diane Harkey

Assembly Districts

AD-02 Matthew Heath 
AD-03 James Gallagher 
AD-04 Charlie Schaupp 
AD-05 Frank Bigelow 
AD-06 Beth Gaines 
AD-08 Doug Haaland
AD-09 Manuel Martin
AD-26 Rudy Mendoza
AD-28 Chuck Page
AD-32 Romeo Agbalog
AD-33 Jay Obernolte
AD-34 Shannon Grove
AD-36 Tom Lackey
AD-37 Ronald Deblauw
AD-38 Scott Wilk
AD-40 Mark Steinorth
AD-41 Deborah Behovnek
AD-52 Dorothy Pineda
AD-54 Glen Ratcliff
AD-55 Phillip Chen
AD-60 Eric Linder
AD-65 Young Kim
AD-66 David Hadley
AD-67 Melissa Melendez
AD-68 Don Wagner
AD-69 Cecilia “Ceci” Iglesias
AD-71 Brian Jones
AD-72 Travis Allen
AD-73 Bill Brough
AD-74 Matthew Harper
AD-75 Marie Waldron
AD-78 Barbara Decker

Senate Districts

SD-02 Lawrence Wiesner
SD-04 Jim Nielsen
SD-08 Tom Berryhill
SD-10 Peter Kuo
SD-14 Andy Vidak
SD-16 Jean Fuller
SD-23 Mike Morrell
SD-24 William Rodriguez Morrison
SD-32 Mario Guerra
SD-34 Janet Nguyen
SD-36 Pat Bates

Congressional Districts

CA-03 Dan Logue
CA-09 Steve Colangelo
CA-21 David Valadao
CA-22 Devin Nunes
CA-23 Kevin McCarthy
CA-24 Dale Francisco
CA-25 Steve Knight
CA-26 Jeff Gorrell
CA-35 Ben Lopez 
CA-30 Mark Reed
CA-39 Ed Royce
CA-41 Steve Adams
CA-43 John R. Wood
CA-46 Carlos Vasquez
CA-47 Andrew Wallon
CA-48 Dana Rohrabacher
CA-49 Darrell Issa
CA-50 Duncan Hunter
CA-52 Kirk Jorgensen
CA-53 Joel Marchese

 

 

COUNTY OFFICES – ALPHABETICAL BY COUNTY

Kings County

Supervisor D1 – Joe Neves
District Attorney – Keith Fagundes

Los Angeles County

Sheriff – Paul Tanaka
Assessor – John Wong

Orange County

Supervisor D2 – Michelle Steel
Supervisor D5 – Robert Ming
Assessor: Claude Parrish
Auditor/Controller: Eric Woolery
Clerk Recorder: Hugh Nguyen
District Attorney: Tony Rackauckas
Sheriff: Sandra Hutchens
Treasurer-Tax Collector: Shari L Freidenrich
Board of Education District 2: Tom Pollitt
Board of Education District 5: Linda Lindholm 
Superior Court Judge, Office No. 20: Helen Hayden
Superior Court Judge, Office No. 35: Jeff Ferguson

Placer County

Supervisor D2 – Robert Weygant 
Clerk-Recorder – Jim McCauley 
District Attorney – Scott Owens 
Auditor-Controller – Andy Sisk 
Treasurer-Tax Collector – Jenine Windeshausen 
Assessor – Kristen Spears

Riverside

District Attorney-Paul Zellerbach

Sacramento County

District Attorney-Anne Marie Schubert

San Diego County

Supervisor D5-Bill Horn
SD County Board of Education D5-Doug Perkins 
Superior Court Judge #19 – Paul Ware
Superior Court Judge #25-Ken Gosselin

Santa Clara County

Supervisor D1 – Mike Wasserman

Tulare County

County Sheriff – Mike Boudreaux
Supervisor D5 – Greg Shelton

City Offices - Alphabetical by City 

San Jose

San Jose City Council D 7 – Van Le

Simi Valley

Simi Valley City Council – Mike Judge

Simi Valley School Board:

Josie Hirsh
Dean Kunicki

Torrance

Torrance Mayor – Tom Brewer
Torrance City Clerk – Gina Semana
Torrance City Council
Milton Herring
Leilani Kimmel-Dagostino
Charlotte Svolos
Dr. J.P. Tabakian


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Christians Should Vote

We need to educate, equip, and alert the Christian regarding issues and events in the country today.

Americans are blessed to have a "government of the people, by the people, and for the people." But democracy has one key requirement: our participation. The most basic democratic participation is voting, yet it can also have the most profound impact. When you vote, you help determine who will lead our nation, make our laws and protect our liberties. More than a right, voting is a privilege that millions of people in other parts of the world can only dream about. Still, many Americans choose not to vote. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, as many as 35% of eligible Americans are not registered to vote - that's 45 to 65 million people! Less than half of the voting-age population actually votes in any given election. at's worse, Christians often vote at an alarmingly low rate. For example, in 2002, the last non presidential election year, only 43% of evangelical Christians actually bothered to vote. When people of faith fail to vote, is it any wonder that policies are enacted that are contrary to believers' core values?

“If America is to survive, we must elect more God-centered men and women to public office - individuals who will seek Divine guidance in the affairs of state.” REV. BILLY GRAHAM It is absolutely critical that Christians be registered, be informed and vote our values. As believers, we have a duty to be involved in the democratic process. But our charge is not simply to vote the way our friends or family vote, or the way our political party wants us to vote, or even with concern only for our pocketbook. Instead, we must vote our values, our beliefs, our convictions. An informed vote takes effort. The choice is not always easy, but it is significant.

Reasons why Christians should vote:

God has granted us authority. All authority belongs to God, but He has put human beings on the earth as caretakers. In Matthew 28:18-20, it states we are to go out and make disciples of all nations, teaching them to obey God in every area of life. We must disciple people to make godly decisions about government, and promote the efforts of those who are already doing so. Christian values contribute positively to society. It is Christian involvement in government through the ages that gave us hospitals, civil liberties, abolition of slavery, modern science, the elevation of women, regard for human life, great works of art and literature, a workable system of justice, education for common people, the free-enterprise system, to name a few.

In the 20th Century, atheistic and secular humanistic leaders gained control of nations all across Europe, Asia and Africa resulting in the murder of almost 170 million men, women and children.

  1. Homosexuality remains a sin, no matter what is current opinion.
  2. Abortion remains a sin. An innocent life is taken.
  3. Spanking is still allowed as part of the raising of children.
  4. The government is making laws that interferes with our expression of truth.
    1. Truth will ultimately win, even if our nation collapses, as so many have done in the past, under the weight of sin.
    2. Meanwhile, we ought to stand for truth, even if no one else wants to listen.

We see the good that it results from applying God's principles, and the horror that results from rejecting them, it is our Christian duty to vote to keep out of office those who attempt to oppose God's authority. Obedience to authority demands good citizenship. The Apostle Paul in Romans chapter 13 clearly states that we must obey governmental leaders because all authority comes from God. We express our obedience to God by exercising our rights and privileges as citizens. Good citizenship sets an example for generations to come. Those who apply God's principles to government pave the way for generations of blessing.

When we pray for the good of our country, should we not express which way is good to our neighbors?

Christian Voter Guide California 2014

When our country was first founded, Alexis de Tocqueville came from France to see why this experiment in democracy was working. He said, "I sought for the greatness and genius of America in her commodious harbors and her ample rivers – and it was not there. I sought in the fertile fields and boundless forest – in her rich mines and vast world commerce – and it was not there. I sought for the greatness and genius of America in her democratic Congress and her matchless Constitution – it was not there. Not until I went into the churches of America and heard her pulpits flame with righteousness did I understand the secret of her genius and power. America is great because America is good – and if America ever ceases to be good, America will cease to be great."

 

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