Since 1968, the Peace & Freedom Party has enjoyed ballot access in local and national elections in California and other states. Below runs a list of our gubernatorial candidates for California.
As a result of the “Top Two” system of voting introduced in California in 2010, all vote totals listed after that year represent those earned in the state primary election.
|1986||Maria Elizabeth Munoz||51,995||0.7%|
|1990||Maria Elizabeth Munoz||96,842||1.3%|
|1994||Gloria La Riva||80,440||0.9%|
|1998||Gloria La Riva||59,218||0.7%|
|2022||Luis Javier Rodriguez||124,672||1.8%|
1In 1974, the Peace and Freedom Party State Central Committee voted to support Susan Kerr of Alameda County for Governor. Kerr ran as a write-in candidate.
2In 2002, Peace and Freedom Party was not on the ballot.
3In 2003, there were 160 candidates running in a recall election for Governor. This special election was essentially a giant primary election with no general election.
4In 2022, the Peace & Freedom Party and the Green Party formed the Left Unity Slate, a joint slate of candidates for the California general election. PFP endorsed four PFP candidates, four Green Party candidate, and one independent candidate. Rodriguez, a Green Party member, was endorsed by PFP.
Compiled January 15, 2007 by C.T. Weber; last updated February 7, 2023.