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.

Year Candidate Votes Percentage
1970 Ricardo Romo 65,954 1.0%
1974 Elizabeth Keathley1 75,004 1.2%
1978 Marilyn Seals 70,864  
1982 Elizabeth Martinez 70,327 0.9%
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%
2002 (None)2    
2003 C.T. Weber3 1,626 0.0%
2006 Janice Jordan 69,984 0.8%
2010 Carlos Alvarez 92,856 0.9%
2014 Cindy Sheehan 52,707 1.2%
2018 Gloria LaRiva 19,075 0.3%

Notes
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 for Governor.

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.

Compiled January 15, 2007 by C. T. Weber; last updated November 9, 2020.


Latest news

PFP Archive

Want to travel back in time?

For a complete online archive of the Peace & Freedom Party's official website with content published from 2008-2020, just click the logo at right.

#FreeAssange

Free Julian Assange!

Free Speech! • Free Journalists! • Free Press! Say NO to Endless U.S. Wars!

 

Oakland, CA• Saturday, October 23
an event co-sponsored by the Peace & Freedom Party

[CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS]

Support PFP

Support our campaigns!

spacing image

Donate to the Peace and Freedom Party by clicking the PayPal link above (PayPal membership is not required).

To send contributions via post, checks or money orders may be sent to:

Peace & Freedom Party
P.O. Box 24764
Oakland, CA 94623


Recent videos

Random Image

boycott_Driscolls_L.jpg

In California, voter registration is very important to political parties. The very existence of a political party as “ballot-qualified” is determined by the number of votes its statewide candidates receive or by the number of voters registered with the party. As the only feminist socialist political party on the California ballot, it is imperative that the Peace and Freedom Party continues as a qualified party.

Quite simply, the Peace and Freedom Party will not be able to provide Californians with candidates that will represent us unless we register and vote Peace and Freedom.

For all the information you need on registering to vote, visit the California Secretary of State's homepage at SOS.Ca.gov or just click here.

Thank you for registering Peace and freedom Party, and thank you for your vote!

 

PFP Net

 



Cookie policy

You may have noticed that the Peace and Freedom Party official website contains no warnings about cookies. The reason for this is simple: we will never ever record user information temporarily or permanently. Further, we will never use cookies to “personalize content”, to “provide social media features” or to analyze website traffic. PFP will never share information about your use of our site with anyone for any purpose.