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P&F Campaigns in Sacramento County

Local Candidates

State Senate

There are no Peace and Freedom Party candidates for the State Senate in Sacramento County.

U.S. House of Representatives

John Reiger is the Peace and Freedom Party candidate for U.S. House of Representatives in the 5th District, which consists of almost all of the city of Sacramento, plus most of North Highlands and part of Rancho Cordova. He came in fourth of four candidates, behind the incumbent Democrat, Robert Matsui, who was re-elected, and the Republican and Green. As of November 12th, he received 2,981 votes (1.9%).

State Assembly

There are no Peace and Freedom Party candidates for State Assembly in Sacramento County.

Local Non-partisan Offices

The Sacramento County Peace and Freedom Party organization has endorsed a slate of candidates for the Board of the Sacramento City Unified School District. They would reverse the action to create a charter school out of the former Sacramento High School. We urge you to vote for all five members of the slate, four for the full-term seats and one for the two-year seat:

Miguel Navarrette was elected to a full-term seat, coming in fourth of nine candidates for the four seats with 32,060 votes (11.59%) as of November 12th. Ellyne Bell finished fifth with 31,287 votes (11.31%), Reggie Fair seventh with 30,158 votes (10.90%) and Ken Adams ninth with 10,630 votes (3.84%). Jerry P. Houseman was elected to the two-year seat with 38,952 votes (50.34%).

Peace and Freedom Party Central Committees

The elected members of the Peace and Freedom Party Central Committees from Sacramento County are:

Local Measures

There were a number of county, municipal and regional measures on the ballot November 2nd in Sacramento County, but the Peace and Freedom Party only took positions on three:

Statewide Candidates

President of the United States

The Peace and Freedom Party's presidential ticket, chosen at our state convention, held the weekend of July 30th and August 1st in Los Angeles, consists of Leonard Peltier for President of the U.S. and Janice Jordan for Vice-President of the U.S.

The Peltier/Jordan ticket came in fifth of six tickets on the ballot statewide, with 24,500 votes for 0.2% as of November 12th. In Sacramento County, the Peltier/Jordan ticket came in sixth with 683 votes for 0.15%. There were also 1,881 write-in votes (0.41%) for President, so the P&F ticket may also have finished behind the Nader/Camejo campaign.

United States Senator

The Peace and Freedom Party candidate for U.S. Senator is Marsha Feinland. She came in third of five candidates on the ballot statewide, as of November 12th with 213,354 votes for 1.9%. In Sacramento County, she came in third, with, as of November 12th, 6,506 votes for 1.47%.

Statewide Measures

There were sixteen propositions on the statewide ballot November 2nd, assigned proposition numbers 59 to 72, plus 60A and 1A. The Peace and Freedom Party took positions on most of them.

This page was last updated on 14 November 2004.

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