California 34th congressional district special election 2017 Results Live Voting Candidates Opinion

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California 34th congressional district special election 2017

A special election was held on June 6, 2017, to determine the member of the United States House of Representatives for California's 34th congressional district. A primary election was held on April 4, 2017.
Incumbent Representative Xavier Becerra, nominated by Governor Jerry Brown to succeed Kamala Harris, was confirmed as Attorney General of California on January 23, 2017. Harris, who was elected to the United States Senate to succeed Barbara Boxer, resigned as Attorney General on January 3, 2017.
Democrats Jimmy Gomez and Robert Lee Ahn advanced to the general election

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California 34th congressional district special election 2017 Results Live

Candidate Percent Votes
Robert Lee Ahn (Democratic)   0 0
Jimmy Gomez (Democratic)   0 0

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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California 34th congressional district special election 2017 Candidates

Democratic Party
Declared
Robert Lee Ahn, attorney and Los Angeles City planning commissioner
Vanessa Aramayo, former congressional aide and former California Assembly aide
Maria Cabildo, former Los Angeles City planning commissioner and Director of Homeless Initiatives at the LA County Community Development Commission & Housing Authority, Co-Founder of East LA Community Corporation
Alejandra Campoverdi, former White House aide for U.S. President Barack Obama
Arturo Carmona, former Bernie Sanders presidential campaign staff member
Wendy Carrillo, labor activist and radio host


Ricardo De La Fuente, businessman and son of 2016 presidential candidate Rocky De La Fuente
Yolie Flores, former Los Angeles Unified School District board member
Melissa "Sharkie" Garza, filmmaker and businesswoman
Jimmy Gomez, State Assemblyman
Sara Hernandez, former public school teacher, attorney, non-profit founder and former district director and special counsel to LA City Council Member Jose Huizar.
Steven Mac, Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney
Sandra Mendoza, candidate for the State Assembly in 2014 and
Raymond Meza, SEIU labor organizer
Armando Sotomayor, activist
Richard Joseph Sullivan, attorney
Tracy Van Houten, aerospace engineer
Tenaya Wallace, public relations strategist

Republican Party


William Rodriguez Morrison, apartment building manager and perennial candidate


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