California

Sensible Majority
Partisan Map
Competitive Races
Primaries
Ranked Choice Voting
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California

Sensible Majority
Partisan Map
Competitive Races
Primaries
Ranked Choice Voting
Explore other Issue Maps

We are the Sensible Majority

The Sensible Majority

52%
65%

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There are more of us than you think!

We share common values

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believes that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to live a quality life

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say people may disagree, but they should still treat each other respectfully.

We seek common ground

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say we can find common ground by listening to each other and not dismissing those who disagree with us.

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agree that we must be willing to make reasonable compromises to solve America's problems.

We are frustrated and angry with the state of politics today

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are angry that nothing is getting done about the things that really matter.

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believe both parties are more concerned about scoring points than getting things done.

Put in your zip code to learn about your district.

Find out how balanced or partisan your state's government is below.

State's Government Control

Democrat

Divided

Republican

Partisan control of your state's government:

Democrat

Governor: Democratic (Gavin Newsom)

Senate: Democratic supermajority (Democrats: 32 | Republicans: 8)

Assembly: Democratic supermajority (Democrats: 62 | Republicans: 18)

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Competitive Congressional Races

District race status

Democrat

Competitive

Republican

Of the 52 district races in California, 6 are competitive (shown in purple).

58% of California voters are part of the Sensible Majority and can be the swing vote in an election.

Data updated: March 29, 2024, Source: 270towin.com

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Open or Closed Primaries

Primary System

Super-open

Open

Semi-closed

Closed

Semi-closed and Closed

Primaries in your state:

Super-open

California holds super-open (top-two) primaries, in which all candidates, regardless of their political party, are on the same ballot. Any registered voter can participate. There are however provisions for Presidential primaries where California holds semi-closed Democratic Presidential primaries and closed Republican Presidential primaries. Unaffiliated / Independent voters and Democrats can cast their ballots in the Democratic Presidential primary. Only registered Republicans can vote in the Republican Presidential primary.

100% of your state's voters are allowed to vote in primary elections. 29% of your state's voters are Independent, 24% Republican, and 47% Democrat.

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Ranked (Majority) Choice Voting

2024 RCV Ballot Initiative

None

Has a ballot initiative

Ranked (Majority) Choice Voting is not used statewide nor is there a 2024 ballot initiative to vote for.

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CA Districts: 52

The Sensible Majority

52%
65%