California gubernatorial election, 2014

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California gubernatorial election, 2014
California
2010 ←
November 4, 2014
→ 2018

 

Edmund G Brown Jr.jpg

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NomineeJerry BrownNeel Kashkari
PartyDemocraticRepublican

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Incumbent Governor

Jerry Brown
Democratic

 
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California gubernatorial election, 2014
California
2010 ←
November 4, 2014
→ 2018

 

Edmund G Brown Jr.jpg

Neel-kashkari.jpg
NomineeJerry BrownNeel Kashkari
PartyDemocraticRepublican

Blank California Map.svg


Incumbent Governor

Jerry Brown
Democratic

The 2014 California gubernatorial election will take place on November 4, 2014, to elect the Governor of California, concurrently with elections for the rest of California's executive branch, as well as elections to the United States Senate in other states and elections to the United States House of Representatives and various state and local elections.

Incumbent Democratic Governor Jerry Brown is running for re-election to a second consecutive and fourth overall term in office. Although Governors are limited to lifetime service of two terms in office, Brown previously served as Governor from 1975 to 1983 and the law only affects terms served after 1990.[1][2][3]

A primary election was held on June 3, 2014. Under California's nonpartisan blanket primary law, all candidates would appear on the same ballot, regardless of party. In the primary, voters may vote for any candidate, regardless of their party affiliation. The top two finishers — regardless of party — advance to the general election in November, even if a candidate manages to receive a majority of the votes cast in the primary election. Washington is the only other state with this system, a so-called "top two primary" (Louisiana has a similar "jungle primary"). Brown and Republican Neel Kashkari finished first and second, respectively, and will contest the general election.[4]

Primary election[edit]

A certified list of candidates was released by the Secretary of State on March 27, 2014. The primary election took place on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, from 7am to 8pm.[5]

Candidates[edit]

Democratic Party[edit]

Declared[edit]
Withdrew[edit]
Declined[edit]

Republican Party[edit]

Declared[edit]
Withdrew[edit]
Declined[edit]

Libertarian Party[edit]

Declined[edit]

Green Party[edit]

Declared[edit]

American Independent Party[edit]

Withdrew[edit]

Peace and Freedom Party[edit]

Declared[edit]

Independent[edit]

Declared[edit]

Polling[edit]

Poll sourceDate(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Jerry
Brown
Andrew
Blount
Tim
Donnelly
Neel
Kashkari
Abel
Maldonado
OtherUnde-
cided
GQRMay 21–28, 2014626±4.4%50%13%18%5%14%
SurveyUSAMay 16–19, 2014610±4%57%18%11%4%10%
PPICMay 8–15, 2014901±4.9%48%15%10%1%27%
PPICApr. 8–15, 2014944±5.1%46%3%9%2%2%38%
Field PollMar. 18–Apr. 5, 2014504±4.5%57%3%17%2%1%20%
PPICMar. 11–18, 2014936±4.7%47%2%10%2%3%36%
Field PollNov. 15–Dec. 3, 2013836±3.5%52%9%3%11%25%
PPICNov. 12–19, 20131,081±4.5%46%16%7%1%29%

Results[edit]

California gubernatorial primary election, 2014
PartyCandidateVotes%
DemocraticJerry Brown (incumbent)2,354,76954.3%
RepublicanNeel Kashkari839,76719.4%
RepublicanTim Donnelly643,23614.8%
RepublicanAndrew Blount89,7492.1%
RepublicanGlenn Champ76,0661.8%
GreenLuis J. Rodriguez66,8721.5%
Peace and FreedomCindy Sheehan52,7071.2%
RepublicanAlma Marie Winston46,0421.1%
No party preferenceRobert Newman44,1201.0%
DemocraticAkinyemi Agbede37,0240.9%
RepublicanRichard William Aguirre35,1250.8%
No party preference"Bo" Bogdan Ambrozewicz14,9290.3%
No party preferenceJanel Hyeshia Buycks12,1360.3%
No party preferenceRakesh Kumar Christian11,1420.3%
No party preferenceJoe Leicht9,3070.2%
DemocraticKaren Jill Bernal (write-in)17<0.1%
No party preferenceNickolas Wildstar (write-in)17<0.1%
No party preferenceJimelle L. Walls (write-in)3<0.1%
Totals4,333,028100.0%
Voter turnout14.67%

General election[edit]

Polling[edit]

Poll sourceDate(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin of
error
Jerry
Brown (D)
Neel
Kashkari (R)
OtherUndecided
Gravis MarketingJuly 22–24, 2014580± 4%52%35%13%
CBS News/New York TimesJuly 5–24, 20149,393± ?57%33%3%7%
PPICJuly 8–15, 20141,705± 3.7%52%33%15%
Field PollJune 5–22, 20142,013± 3.2%52%32%0%16%
Rasmussen ReportsJune 4–5, 2014823± 4%52%33%5%10%
GQRMay 21–28, 2014626± 4.4%53%35%2%9%
MFour/Tulchin ResearchAugust 27–30, 20131,001± 3.5%44%15.4%8.1%32.5%

References[edit]

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