Candidates

The following are the declared candidates for upcoming partisan or non-partisan offices that represent the people of the city of Concord who are registered with party-preference Democrat.

2018 ELECTIONS

Federal Offices | Statewide Office | State LegislatureCounty Offices | City Offices | School Districts | Special Districts


Federal Offices

Next Election: Primary Election 6/5/2018
Federal Offices qualify for California’s Top Two Primary. The candidates with the two highest vote totals will advance to the general election on 11/6/2018.

U.S. Senate

  • None declared. Currently assumed incumbent Dianne Feinstein (D) will run for re-election.

U.S. Congress

  • None declared. Assumed incumbent Mark DeSaulnier (D) will run for re-election.

Statewide Offices

Next Election: Primary Election 6/5/2018
Statewide Offices qualify for California’s Top Two Primary. The candidates with the two highest vote totals will advance to the general election on 11/6/2018.

Governor

Lieutenant Governor

Secretary of State

  • None declared. Assumed incumbent Alex Padilla (D) will run for re-election.

Controller

  • None declared. Assumed incumbent Betty T. Yee (D) will run for re-election.

Treasurer

Attorney General

Insurance Commissioner

State Superintendent of Public Instruction
This office is elected as non-partisan

Board of Equalization, District 2

  • None declared. Incumbent Fiona Ma (D) is running for State Treasurer.

State Legislature

Next Election: Primary Election 6/5/2018
State Legislative Offices qualify for California’s Top Two Primary. The candidates with the two highest vote totals will advance to the general election on 11/6/2018.

State Assembly, District 14

  • None declared. Assumed incumbent Tim Grayson (D) will run for re-election.

County Offices

Next Election: Primary Election 6/5/2018
All county offices are elected as non-partisan. County Offices do not qualify for California’s Top Two Primary. The candidate with the highest vote total will be declared the winner, as long as that candidate receives over 50% of the votes cast. If the candidate fails to achieve a majority of votes, the candidates with the two highest vote totals will advance to the General Election on 11/6/2018.

Supervisor, District 4

  • None declared. Assumed incumbent Karen Mitchoff (D) will run for re-election.

County Assessor

  • None declared. Incumbent: Gus Kramer (D)

County Auditor-Controller

  • None declared. Incumbent: Robert Campbell (R)

County Clerk-Controller

  • None declared. Incumbent: Joe Canciamilla (NPP)

County District Attorney

  • None declared. Incumbent: Mark Peterson (R)

County Sheriff-Coroner

  • None declared. Incumbent: David Livingston (NPP)

County Treasurer-Tax Collector

  • None declared. Incumbent: Russell V. Watts (R)

City Offices

Next Election: General Election 11/6/2018
All city offices are elected as non-partisan. City Offices do not qualify for California’s Top Two Primary. For City Council, the candidates with the three highest vote totals will be declared the winners. For City Treasurer, the candidate with the highest vote total will be declared the winner.

Concord City Council
Vote for Three

  • None declared. Incumbent seats expiring: Laura Hoffmeister (D), Ron Leone (NPP), Tim McGallian (D)

Treasurer

  • None declared.

School Districts

County Superintendent of Schools
Next Election: Primary Election 6/5/2018

  • None declared. Incumbent: Karen Sakata (D)

Community College District, Ward 3
Next Election: General Election 11/6/2018

  • None declared. Incumbent: Tim Farley (D)

Mt. Diablo Unified School District
Next Election: General Election 11/6/2018
Vote for Three

  • None declared. Incumbent seats expiring: Cheryl Hansen (NPP), Debra Mason (D), Linda Mayo (D)

Special Districts

Central Contra Costa Sanitary District
Next Election: General Election 11/6/2018

  • None declared. Incumbent seats expiring: David R. Williams (NPP), Michael McGill (D)

Bay Area Rapid Transit, District 2 (covers small part of North Concord)
Next Election: General Election 11/6/2018

  • None declared. Incumbent: Joel Keller (D)