Big 3 Elk Grove 2022 elections

Clockwise from upper left, Angelique Ashby, Dave Jones, Stephanie Nguyen, Eric Guerra, Jaclyn Moreno and Pat Hume. |

In a three-part series starting this week, we will examine what we are calling the Big 3 Elk Grove 2022 Elections.

This November, Elk Grove voters will have the opportunity to exert their influence in selecting three significant elected officials. Those officials will represent Elk Grove as representatives of District 8 California State Senator, District 10 California State Assembly, and District 5 Sacramento County Board of Supervisors (BOS).

With the three competitive races filling open seats, Elk Grove voters have the rare opportunity to elect new officials in the same election cycle that will reflect their values. Will these values reflect voters' concerns about the environment, economic and social justice, public safety, privacy rights, homelessness, affordable housing or other issues?

Although Elk Grove voters will also be selecting their Governor, U.S. Senators, U.S Representative and other lower positions,  many of those races are heavily weighted towards incumbents like incumbents Gov. Gavin Newsom, Sen. Alex Padilla, Rep. Doris Matsui. Furthermore, the slate of candidates for Elk Grove Mayor, the City Council, Elk Grove Unified School District, and Cosumnes Community Services District has not been established. Those elections and candidates will be reviewed in the future.

In Part I, we will examine the competitive and acrimonious fight for California State District 8 between Democrats Angelique Ashby and Dave Jones. 

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