California has 52 representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives (more than any other state!), plus two U.S. senators: Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer. This year, no U.S. Senate elections are taking place in California.
Each member of the House represents about 540,000 people and is elected to a two-year term. You can use this zip code search to find out who represents you in Congress.
List of Candidates and Web Pages. To find out who's running in your district and get to their web page (if they have one) and contact information, click on your district below, or search our site by the candidate's name. We will continue to add new candidate web sites here as we receive them, so be sure to check back later.
Campaign Finance Data. Several Internet sites are also featuring campaign finance information about congressional candidates. Here's some of the best:
- The Mojo Wire PAC database
- Federal Elections Commission's web page
- FEC's Guide to Supporting Federal Candidates
- Project Vote Smart
Misc. There are many excellent sources of information available on the Internet about California members of Congress...Project Vote Smart features questions and answers with the candidates and ratings by interest groups...the Almanac of American Politics provides political data about your district and biographies of your current representatives...if your local news organizations are online, you might also find information in their sites about congressional races in your area.
To find out who's running in your district and get to their web page (if they have one) and contact information, click on your district below.
* denotes incumbent candidate
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