Presidential Primary Election – March 5, 2024

For races absent any Green Party candidates on our primary ballots, we considered the other candidates and issues. There are two categories we use: an endorsement or a recommendation; an endorsement indicates a stronger level of support for a candidate than a recommendation. We did not discuss all ballot items.

U.S. Representative District 4
          Andrew David Engdahl (D) –

CA State Senate District 3
          Jackie Elward (D) –

U.S. Senator (both full term and partial/unexpired term of Dianne Feinstein currently held by Laphonza Butler)

          Barbara Lee (D) –

U.S. Representative District 2
          Jolian “Jo” Kangas (no party affiliation) –

CA Assembly District 2
          Dual recommendation for either
                    Chris Rogers (D) – or
                    Frankie Myers (D) –

CA Assembly District 12
          Damon Connolly (D) –

Judge of the Superior Court Office #3
          Beki Berrey (nonpartisan) –

Judge of the Superior Court Office #6
          Omar Figueroa (nonpartisan) –

CA State Measure 1
          Green Party of Sonoma County does not have consensus on State Proposition 1 and, therefore, is making no recommendation.

Sonoma County Proposition H
          No – Green Party of Sonoma County shares the concerns of the Sierra Club

Election – November 8, 2022

Past Elections

Recommendations for the November 8th, 2022 Election


  • Stephen Zollman for Sebastopol City Council
  • Veronica Jacobi for Santa Rosa City Council District 6

State Ballot Measures

  • Prop 1 — YES  (Provides a state constitutional right to reproductive freedom.) 
  • Prop 26 — GPSC is not taking a position (Legalizes sports betting at Indian gaming casinos & racetracks)  
  • Prop 27 — NO (Legalizes online and mobile sports betting)
  • Prop 28 — YES (Requires funding for K-12 art and music education)  
  • Prop 29 — YES (On-site medical professional at kidney dialysis clinics)  
  • Prop 30 — NO (Taxes wealthy but misspends on CalFire and electric car subsidies)
  • Prop 31 — YES (Upholds the ban on flavored tobacco sales)