Fresno County Republican Party

Endorsed Candidates

The Fresno County Republican Party is excited to announce our endorsements for the November election. All across America, small business owners, parents, community leaders, and industry professionals are stepping up to the plate to deliver results for their respective districts. These candidates represent the conservative platform of less government, safe communities, quality schools, and restoring American greatness.

 

The following list is the only official Republican voter guide for Fresno County. 

Federal Candidates

U.S. Senate

Mark Meuser

Congressional District 5

Tom McClintock

Congressional District 13

John Duarte

 

Congressional District 20

Kevin McCarthy

Congressional District 21

Michael Maher

State Candidates

Governor

Senator Brian Dahle

 

Lieutenant Governor 

Angela Underwood Jacobs

 

Secretary of State

Rob Bernosky

 

Attorney General

Nathan Hochman

Controller

Lanhee Chen

Treasurer

Jack Guerrero

Insurance Commissioner

Robert Howell

 

Sup. of Public Instruction

Lance Christensen

Board of Equalization District 1

Ted Gaines

State Senate District 12

Shannon Grove

 

State Senate District 14

Amnon Shor

State Senate District 16

David Shepard

 

State Assembly District 8

Jim Patterson

State Assembly District 27

Mark Pazin

 

State Assembly District 31

Dolce Calandra

 

State Assembly District 33

Devon Mathis

Local Candidates

State Center Community College Center District Trustee Area 1

Alfredo Miranda

 

Clovis Unified School District 1

Clint Olivier

 

Clovis Unified School District 6

Deena Combs Flores

 

Fresno Unified School District 1

Wayne Horton

 

Fresno Unified School District 3

Tammy McMahon-Gorans

 

Fresno Unified School District 4

Karen Steed

 

Fresno Unified School District 7

Susan Wittrup

 

Kings Canyon Joint Unified School District Area No. 3

Matthew Casarez

Sierra Unified School District

Jessica Kyle Smart

 

Clovis City Council (Vote for 3)

Matt Basgall

Drew Bessinger

Diane Pearce

 

Coalinga City Council District 1

Adam Adkisson

 

Coalinga City Council District 3

Nathan Vosburg

 

Firebaugh City Clerk

Amanda Fleming

 

Kingsburg City Council District 1

David Silva

 

Kingsburg City Council District 4

Staci Smith

 

Orange Cove City Council (Vote for 2)

Manuel Jacinto Ferreira

Gilbert Garcia

Parlier Mayor

Fernando Banuelos

 

Sanger Mayor

Frank Gonzalez

 

Sanger City Council District 4

Michael Montelongo

 

Alta Irrigation District Division No. 1

Daniel M. Astiasuain

 

Kings River Conservation District Zone 3

Anthony J. Nonini

 

Kingsburg Tri-County Health Care District

Arlie A. Rodgers Jr.

 

Sierra Kings Health Care District Zone 2

Rikki Diane Shaw

 

Sierra Kings Health Care District Zone 4

Jim Fixel

State Propositions

Proposition 1 – Abortion Constitutional Amendment: NO

 

Proposition 26 – In-Person Sports Wagering: NO

Proposition 27 – Online Sports Wagering: NO

 

Proposition 28 – Funding for Arts and Music: NO

 

Proposition 29 – Unionizing Kidney Dialysis Clinics: NO

Proposition 30 – Income Tax Increase/Electric Charging Stations: NO

 

Proposition 31 – Flavored Tobacco Ban: NO

Local Ballot Measures

B - City of Clovis - Transient Occupancy Tax Measure - YES

 

D - Orange Center School District - General Obligation Bond – NO

 

V - Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District - Parcel Tax - NO

 

G - City of Kerman-Transient Occupancy Tax Measure - NO

 

X - Coalinga-Huron Unified School District - General Obligation Bond - NO

H - City of Mendota - General Transactions and Use Tax - NO

 

M - City of Fresno - Veterans Support Transaction and Use Tax - NO

 

K - West Hills Community College District School Facilities Improvement District No.1 General Obligation Bond - NO

J - West Hills Community College District School Facilities Improvement District No. 3 General Obligation Bond - NO

 

L - Selma Unified School District - General Obligation Bond - NO

 

E - Fresno County - California State University, Fresno - Transaction and Use Tax - NO

 

C - Transportation Improvements - Transaction and Use Tax Extension - NO

Important Dates

September 29, 2022 - October 10, 2022:  County Voter Information Guides in Mail

 

October 10, 2022:  First Day of early Voting - County Clerk’s office, 2221 Kern St., Fresno, CA 93721

 

October 10, 2022 - November 1, 2022:  Vote-by-Mail Ballots in Mail 

 

October 24, 2022:  Close of Registration for This Election

October 25, 2022 - November 8, 2022:  Conditional Voter Registration - In Person at County Clerk’s Office, 2221 Kern St., Fresno, CA 93721, and Vote Centers Beginning October 29, 2022 

 

October 29, 2022 - November 8, 2022: Eleven-Day Vote Centers open through Election Day; 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  

 

November 5, 2022 - November 8, 2022:  All Voter Centers open through Election Day; 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

 

November 8, 2022:  Election Day, 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

November 15, 2022:  Last Day to Receive a Vote-by-Mail Ballot Postmarked November 8, 2022