Every election cycle the Democratic Alliance for Action endorses candidates running for office and makes recommendations on ballot measures. These are provided for the benefit of voters as they make their decision on Election Day.
Please Vote For Our Endorsed Candidates on March 3rd
LA County District Attorney - George Gascón
Gascón became the first Latino to hold the office of District Attorney in San Francisco.
LA Superior Court Judge #42 - Linda Sun
LA Superior Court Judge #76 - Emily Cole
LA Superior Court Judge #80 - David Berger
LA Superior Court Judge #97 - Sherry Lynn Powell
LA Superior Court Judge #129 - Ken Fuller
LA Superior Court Judge #145 - Adan Montalban
LA Superior Court Judge #150 - Tom Parsekian
LA Superior Court Judge #162 - Scott Andrew Yang
Los Angeles County Democratic Party
Proposition 13: School and College Facilities Bond
Measure FD: Los Angeles County Fire District 911 Firefighter/Paramedic Emergency Response
Measure R Los Angeles County Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission Ordinance
What Is "Member, County Central Committee" on my ballot?
County Central Committees are the governing body for a political party in a particular county. In our case it is the Los Angeles County Democratic Party. Voters in each assembly district get to select up to seven candidates to run for county committee. Click the button below for a complete list of County Central Committee Candidates running in AD38.
For more information on the Los Angeles County Democratic Party visit lacdp.org.
Things to Know for Election Day
You will need to vote twice for Christy Smith in the 25 Congressional District, once for the regular March 3rd Presidential Primary Election and once for the Special Primary Election.
Please note there is a Christopher Smith on the ballot for CA-25. He is no longer running; please be sure to vote for Christy Smith.
In the AD38 election, for which we have no endorsement, Susan Christopher is on the ballot, but is no longer running.
VOTING CENTER INFO
Voters have 10 days leading up to Election Day to cast a ballot and may vote at any Voting Center in Los Angeles County regardless of where they live.
Vote by Mail (VBM) voters will have more places to drop off their ballots, VBM ballots may be dropped off up to 29 days prior to Election Day.
For more information go to https://vsap.lavote.net/
For a complete list of voting centers in LA County visit: locator.lavote.net/locations