This voter guide includes information about recall replacement candidates.
Recall replacement candidates can buy space for their candidate statement in this voter guide. Some candidates, however, choose not to buy space for a statement.
California law includes voluntary spending limits for candidates running for state office who choose to keep their campaign expenses under specified dollar amounts. These candidates may buy space for a candidate statement (up to 250 words) in this voter guide.
The voluntary spending limit for candidates for Governor in the September 14, 2021, California Gubernatorial Recall Election is $9,728,000.
In the candidate list on this page, an asterisk (*) designates a statewide gubernatorial office candidate who accepted California’s voluntary campaign spending limits and therefore has the option to buy space for a candidate statement in this voter guide. (Some eligible candidates choose not to buy space for a candidate statement.)
For the final certified list of candidates, go to vote.ca.gov.
|Angelyne*||No Party Preference|
|Holly L. Baade*||Democratic|
|David Alexander Bramante*||Republican|
|John R. Drake*||Democratic||Larry A. Elder*||Republican|
|Kevin L. Faulconer*||Republican|
|Ted Gaines*||Republican||Sam L. Gallucci*||Republican|
|James G. Hanink*||No Qualified Party Preference|
|Kevin K. Kaul*||No Party Preference|
|Chauncey “Slim” Killens*||Republican|
|Jenny Rae Le Roux*||Republican|
|Steve Chavez Lodge*||Republican|
|Michael Loebs*||No Qualified Party Preference|
|Recall Replacement Candidate Name||Party|
|Denis Lucey*||No Party Preference|
|Jeremiah “Jeremy” Marciniak*||No Party Preference|
|David Moore*||No Qualified Party Preference|
|Robert C. Newman II*||Republican|
|Adam Papagan*||No Party Preference|
|Armando “Mando” Perez-Serrato*||Democratic|
|Dennis Richter*||No Party Preference|
|Brandon M. Ross*||Democratic|
|Major Singh*||No Party Preference|
|Joe M. Symmon*||Republican|
|Leo S. Zacky*||Republican|