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41 candidates enter California's recall election

41 people have entered their names as they attempt to replace Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sept. 14.

Posted: Jul 19, 2021 11:41 AM

CALIFORNIA - 41 candidates filed all the paperwork needed to run for governor to replace Gov. Gavin Newsom.

The deadline was Friday at 5 p.m. for candidates to enter the race as the recall election is set for Sept. 14.

In 2003, Democratic Gov. Gary Davis was recalled as Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger won the governorship.

21 republicans, nine with no party preference, eight democrats, two from the green party and one libertarian have entered the race to oust Newsom.

Here is a list of the candidates running:

  • Angelyne of Beverly Hills, No Party Preference

  • Holly Baade of Fairfax, Democratic Party

  • David Bramante of Calabasas, Republican Party

  • Heather Collins of Los Angeles, Green Party

  • John Cox of Rancho Santa Fe, Republican Party

  • John R. Drake of Ventura, Democratic Party

  • Kevin Faulconer of San Diego, Republican Party

  • Ted Gaines of El Dorado Hills, Republican Party

  • Sam Gallucci of Oxnard, Republican Party

  • James Hanink of Inglewood, No Party Preference

  • Jeff Hewitt of Calimesa, Libertarian Party

  • David Hillberg of Fountain Valley, Republican Party

  • Caitlyn Jenner of Roseville, Republican Party

  • Dan Kapelovitz of West Hollywood, Green Party

  • Kevin Kiley of Roseville, Republican Party

  • Chauncey “Slim” Killens of Hemet, Republican Party

  • Patrick Kilpatrick of Los Angeles, Democratic Party

  • Jenny Rae Le Roux of Redding, Republican Party

  • Steve Chavez Lodge of Irvine, Republican Party

  • Michael Loebs of Sacramento, No Party Preference

  • David Lozano of San Gabriel, Republican Party

  • Denis Lucey of Santa Rosa, No Party Preference

  • Jeremiah “Jeremy” Marciniak of Lincoln, No Party Preference

  • Diego Martinez of San Andreas, Republican Party

  • Jacqueline McGroan of Napa, Democratic Party

  • Daniel Mercuri of Sherman Oaks, Republican Party

  • David Moore of Emeryville, No Party Preference

  • Robert C. Newman II of Redlands, Republican Party

  • Doug Ose of Sacramento, Republican Party

  • Kevin Paffrath of Ventura, Democratic Party

  • Adam Papagan of Los Angeles, No Party Preference

  • Dennis Richter of Los Angeles, No Party Preference

  • Brandon Ross of La Mesa, Democratic Party

  • Major Singh of Fremont, No Party Preference

  • Sarah Stephens of Riverside, Republican Party

  • Denver Stoner of Murphys, Republican Party

  • Anthoney Trimino of Irvine, Republican Party

  • Joel Ventresca of San Francisco, Democratic Party

  • Daniel Watts of Vista, Democratic Party

  • Nickolas Wildstar of Fresno, Republican Party

  • Leo S. Zacky of Los Angeles, Republican Party

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