2024 Primary is on Tuesday, March 5th

Ballots begin to be mailed February 5th

Listed below are the official endorsements of the Sonoma County Democratic Party.


Statement regarding US Senate & State Assembly District 2 Candidates

The Sonoma County Democratic Party (SCDP) is a charter of the California Democratic Party (CADEM) and our bylaws state …..The SCDP shall make no endorsement of candidates for state or federal office unless that candidate has been endorsed by California Democratic Party.

None of the three US Senate Democratic candidates reached the required threshold of 60% at the CADEM State Endorsing Convention to receive the endorsement of the state party.

In regards to the race for the State Assembly Seat District 2, the current Assembly Member pulled out of the race less than a week prior to CADEM’s State Endorsing Convention and had previously received the CADEM endorsement during a pre-endorsement vote. CADEM’s bylaws do not provide for a path allowing the current Democratic Candidates now running for State Assembly District 2 to receive the endorsement prior to the Primary. Post primary, if the top two remaining candidates are Democrats, an endorsement will be voted on and provided by the California Democratic Party going into the November general election.

* indicates an incumbent

Office 3

Kristine Burk

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Office 6

Omar Figueroa

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District 1 

Rebecca Hermosillo


District 3

Chris Coursey*

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District 5

Lynda Hopkins*

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Builds mental health treatment facilities for those with mental health and substance use challenges, provides housing for the homeless. Legislative statute.

Measure A – Renew educational parcel tax for the Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District

Two-thirds needed to pass

Measure B – Renew educational parcel tax for Petaluma Joint Union High School District

Two-thirds needed to pass

Measure C – Fort Ross School District 55% School Bond

Measure D – Harmony Union School District 55% School Bond

Measure E – Renew educational parcel tax Petaluma City (Elementary) School District

Two-thirds needed to pass

Measure G – Rincon Valley Union School District 55% School Bond

Measure H – Locally Controlled Funding for Emergency Response and Wildfire Prevention Services in Sonoma County.

Countywide 1/2 cent sales tax to improve and enhance local fire prevention, protection, emergency paramedic services and disaster response throughout Sonoma County.

Simple majority needed to pass.