Mike Garcia's Voting Record Speaks for Itself:

  • Voted against condemning unwanted, unnecessary medical procedures on individuals without their consent (HRes1153)*

  • Voted against the HEROES Act, a bill designed to provide relief to families and individuals affected by COVID-19 (HR6800)*

  • Voted against expanding new sustainable energy sources in rural areas (HR4447)*

  • Supported the Trump tax plan, which raised taxes on thousands of California residents and handed corporations and the wealthy a windfall.**

Mike Garcia has voted with Trump 90.9% of the time since he's been in office.***


In the few months that Mike Garcia has been in office he's taken thousands of dollars from special interest groups - and then voted with them, his party and President Trump, ignoring the needs of his constituents.

You have the option to elect different leadership in our valley.

Cast Your Ballot

Why didn't Mike Garcia vote to condemn anti-Asian sentiment amid the COVID-19 pandemic? It's because he votes with Trump, not his constituents. On November 3rd, vote Mike Garcia out of office.

Are you ready to vote?

Vote In Person

The polls will still be open in 2020, with additional safety measures to protect voters from COVID-19.

Drop Off Your Ballot

Avoid potential USPS delays by dropping off your mail-in ballot in person.  There are drop boxes all over the SCV.

Vote by Mail

Vote by Mail ballots will be sent out to all registered voters beginning October 5th.

Three Things to Know:

  • Know to Vote Early: Ballots start arriving by mail October 5th. All registered voters will be mailed a Vote by Mail ballot to ensure a safe and accessible voting option during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

  • Know how to Vote: Voters will have three ways to participate in this election, vote by mail, vote by drop-off or voting in person.

  • Know to Sign: If voting by mail or voting by dropbox you must sign the back of your ballot envelope.

Be aware! Unofficial ballot dropboxes are going up around the district. Only put your ballots in boxes that look like the ones pictured.


You can track your ballot once it’s sent, Use Ballotrax to keep track of your ballot. Visit: california.ballottrax.net to sign-up.


Confirming your Voter Registration:

​You can verify that you are properly registered to vote by using the Online Voter Registration Lookup tool at lavote.net.


Check Voter Registration Status (LA County)

If a match is found then your information is up-to-date and no action is needed. Your election materials and Vote by Mail ballot will automatically be mailed to your registered address (or mailing address, if one is on file for you).


If no match is found, then there is no voter registration matching the information entered – possibly due to a change in your residence address or name. The easiest solution is to register or re-register online.


The last day to register to vote online or by mail is October 19th. You may register to vote at any Vote Center starting on October 24th. Los Angeles county has same-day voter registration. You may register and vote at the same time.


Register to Vote (California Residents)

Vote with your local SCV Democratic Party


Our endorsements are voted on by our members.  Learn more & join the DAA here.


Christy Smith

Congressional District 25

Kipp Mueller

State Senate District 21

Henry Stern

State Senate District 27

George Gascón

LA County District Attorney

Scott Andrew Yang

LA Superior Court Judge #162

David Berger

LA Superior Court Judge #80


Steve Morgan

LA Superior Court Judge #72

Kelvin Driscoll

Santa Clarita City Council

Chris Werthe

Santa Clarita City Council


Beth Braunstein

SCV Water Agency Div 1

Christine Okamoto

SCV Water Agency Div 1

Valerie Bradford

SCV Water Agency Div 2


Anna Kumar

SCV Water Agency Div 2

Kathye Armitage

SCV Water Agency Div 3

Stacy Fortner

SCV Water Agency Div 3

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Alyssa Williams

Hart District Board Area 1

James Webb

Hart District Board Area 4

Katherine Cooper

Saugus USD TA3

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Sage Rafferty

Saugus USD TA4

Edel Alonso

CoC Board of Trustees, District 2

Sebastian Cazares

CoC Board of Trustees, District 3


Jerry Danielsen

CoC Board of Trustees, District 4

California Ballot Propositions:

Vote Yes On:

  • Prop. 14: Issues $5.5 billion in bonds for state stem cell research institute

  • Prop. 15: Requires commercial and industrial properties to be taxed based on market value and dedicates revenue

  • Prop. 16: Repeals Proposition 209 (1996), ending the ban on affirmative action

  • Prop. 17: Restores the right to vote to people convicted of felonies who are on parole

  • Prop. 18: Allows 17-year-olds who will be 18 at the time of the next general election to vote in primaries and special elections,

  • Prop. 19: Changes tax assessment transfers and inheritance rules

  • Prop. 21: Expands local governments' power to use rent control

  • Prop. 23: Requires physician on-site at dialysis clinics and consent from the state for a clinic to close

  • Prop. 25: Replaces cash bail with risk assessments for suspects awaiting trial

Vote No On:

  • Prop. 20: Makes changes to policies related to criminal sentencing charges, prison release, and DNA collection

  • Prop. 22: Considers app-based drivers to be independent contractors and enacts several labor policies related to app-based companies

DAA Members were unable to reach a consensus on:

  • Prop. 24: Expands the provisions of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and creates the California Privacy Protection Agency to implement and enforce the CCPA

LA County Ballot Measures:

The Los Angeles County Democratic Party Recommends a yes vote on:

  • LA County Measure J: Reimagine L.A. County