March 5th Primary Election


Personalized Recommendations

Enter your registered voting address, then click or tap the ‘Get Started’ button to get a list of SEIU Local 99-recommended candidates from national races down to local district races (school, Assembly, Senate, etc.) on your ballot.

All SEIU Local 99 Member Recommendations

Los Angeles Unified School District

District Candidate
5 Graciela Ortiz Join the campaign!
7 Tanya Ortiz Franklin Join the campaign!

Compton Unified School District

District Candidate
Area C Micah Ali
Area D Charles Davis

Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District

At-Large Candidate
Maria Leon-Vazquez

Los Angeles Community College District

Seat Candidate
7 Kelsey Iino

Ventura County Community College District

Stan Mantooth

Los Angeles City

District Candidate
10 Reggie Jones-Sawyer
14 Miguel Santiago

Los Angeles County

District Candidate
2 Holly Mitchell

U.S. President

Joe Biden

U.S. Congress

District Candidate
CD-28 Judy Chu
CD-29 Luz Rivas
CD-30 Anthony Portantino
CD-31 DUAL: Gil Cisneros & Bob Archuleta
CD-32 Brad Sherman
CD-33 Pete Aguilar
CD-34 Jimmy Gomez
CD-35 Norma Torres
CD-37 Sydney Kamlager-Dove
CD-38 Linda Sánchez

California State Assembly

District Candidate
AD-39 Juan Carrillo
AD-40 Pilar Schiavo
AD-41 Dr. Phlunté Riddle
AD-43 Celeste Rodriguez
AD-44 Nick Schultz
AD-46 Jesse Gabriel
AD-47 Christy Holstege
AD-48 Brian Calderon Tabatabai
AD-49 Mike Fong
AD-50 DeJonaé Shaw
AD-51 Rick Chavez Zburr
AD-52 DUAL: Jessica Caloza & David Giron
AD-53 Robert Torres
AD-54 Mark Gonzalez
AD-55 Isaac Bryan
AD-56 Lisa Calderon
AD-57 Sade Elhawary
AD-58 Clarissa Cervantes
AD-60 Corey Jackson
AD-61 Tina McKinnor
AD-62 José Solache
AD-64 Blanca Pacheco
AD-65 Mike Gipson
AD-66 Al Muratsuchi
AD-68 Avelino Valencia

California State Senate

District Candidate
SD-21 Monique Limon
SD-23 Kipp Mueller
SD-25 Sasha Renee Perez
SD-27 Henry Stern
SD-29 Eloise Reyes
SD-31 Sabrina Cervantes
SD-33 Lena Gonzalez
SD-35 Michelle Chambers

Ballot Propositions

Proposition Description
Yes on 1 A ‘Yes’ vote authorizes $6.38 billion in bonds to build mental health treatment facilities for those with mental health and substance use challenges; provides housing for the homeless.

“Together, SEIU Local 99 members are a powerful voting bloc. We have the power to elect people who will support the issues we care about – good jobs, more funding for education, safe schools and communities, health care for all and more. Make sure we get the representation we deserve by voting in this and every election!”

—Jazmin Araujo-Vargas, Special Education Assistant at LAUSD

Voting Information

Every registered voter receives a ballot in the mail. You can vote in three different ways:

  • BY MAIL. Send your ballot back – no stamp is needed. Must be postmarked by March 5.
  • DROP SITE. You can return your ballot to a drop site. Go to to find the nearest one to you.
  • IN PERSON. Find your nearest polling place at

See the Voter Information Guide for important dates and information.

Here are some useful links to get you voting:

Find Your District

Go to to see which Assembly and Senate District you reside in. Only Districts where SEIU Local 99 members live are included in this Voter Guide. To see the full list of SEIU California endorsements, go to

Key Dates for Voting

  • February 20: Last day to register to vote
  • February 24: Early in-person voting begins
  • March 5: Election day and last day to mail in vote-by-mail ballots

Note: Ballots have been mailed already.

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