Open Seats in 2016

16 in '16 for open seat page1

Check out districts with a Check Mark to see where progressive women have already filed to run in 2016!
 

Targeted Districts are in bold
 

16 in ’16 Goal Reached:

Open Assembly Seats
District Geography Current Official
AD 4 Napa, Davis, and part of Sonoma County Bill Dodd
AD 6 Roseville, Folsom, Rocklin, Lincoln Beth Gaines
AD 12 Modesto, Turlock, Manteca, Riverbank Kristin Olsen
AD 14 Concord, Vallejo, Pittsburg, Martinez Susan Bonilla
AD 24 Sunnyvale, Mountain View, Palo Alto Richard Gordon
AD 27 47% San Jose (DT, East, South) Nora Campos
AD 30 Salinas, Watsonville, Gilroy, Hollister Luis Alejo
AD 31 41% Fresno, Sanger, Reedley, Selma Henry Perea
AD 34 1/5 Bakersfield; Oildale, Ridgecrest Shannon Grove
  AD 35 Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo, Lompoc Katcho Achadjian
AD 37 Ventura, Santa Barbara, Oxnard, Goleta Das Williams
AD 43 Glendale, 3.8% LA, Burbank Mike Gatto
AD 48 West Covina, Baldwin Park, Glendora Roger Hernandez
AD 68 Orange, Lake Forest, Tustin, Anaheim Donald Wagner
AD 71 El Cajon, Santee, Spring Valley, La Presa Brian Jones
AD 78 30.6% San Diego, Imperial Beach, Del Mar Toni Atkins

 

 

Open Senate Seats
District Geography Current Official
SD 3 Vallejo, Fairfield, Vacaville, Napa, Davis Lois Wolk
SD 9 Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond, San Leandro Loni Hancock
SD 11 San Francisco, Daly City, San Francisco Mark Leno
SD 25 Glendale, Pasadena, Burbank, 4.2% LA Carol Liu
SD 27 12.5% LA, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley Fran Pavley
SD 29 58% Anaheim, Fullerton, Chino Hills Bob Huff

 

 

Swing Seats
District Geography Current Official
  AD 16 Livermore, San Ramon, Pleasanton, Walnut Creek Catharine Baker
AD 40 Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino, Redlands Marc Steinorth
AD 60 Riverside, Corona, Jurupa Valley, and El Cerrito Eric Linder

 

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