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    George Yang

    George Yang

    Nonpartisan

    Candidate, California Superintendent of Public Instruction

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    George Yang is running for election for California Superintendent of Public Instruction. He is on the ballot in the primary on June 7, 2022.

    Yang was a 2016 Republican candidate who sought election to the U.S. Senate from California.[1]

    Yang was also a Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of California in the 2014 elections.[2]

    Elections

    2022

    General election

    The primary will occur on June 7, 2022. The general election will occur on November 8, 2022. General election candidates will be added here following the primary.

    Nonpartisan primary election

    Nonpartisan primary for California Superintendent of Public Instruction

    The following candidates are running in the primary for California Superintendent of Public Instruction on June 7, 2022.

    Candidate

    Tony Thurmond (Nonpartisan)

    Marco Amaral (Nonpartisan)

    Joseph Campbell (Nonpartisan)

    Lance Christensen (Nonpartisan)

    Jim Gibson (Nonpartisan)

    Ainye Long (Nonpartisan)

    George Yang (Nonpartisan)

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    Campaign finance

    2016

    Heading into the election, Ballotpedia rated California's U.S. Senate race as safely Democratic. California's U.S. Senate seat was open following the retirement of incumbent Barbara Boxer (D). Thirty-four candidates filed to run to replace Boxer, including seven Democrats, 12 Republicans, and 15 third-party candidates. Two Democrats, Kamala Harris and Loretta Sanchez, defeated the other 32 candidates to advance to the general election. Harris won the general election.[3][4]

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    U.S. Senate, California General Election, 2016

    Party Candidate Vote % Votes

    Democratic Kamala Harris 61.6% 7,542,753

    Democratic Loretta Sanchez 38.4% 4,710,417

    Total Votes 12,253,170

    California Secretary of State

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    U.S. Senate, California Primary, 2016

    2014

    Yang ran for Lieutenant Governor of California. Yang sought nomination in the primary on June 3, 2014.[5] The general election took place on November 4, 2014.

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    Lieutenant Governor of California, Blanket Primary, 2014

    Party Candidate Vote % Votes

    Democratic Gavin Newsom 49.9% 2,082,902

    Republican Ron Nehring 23.4% 976,128

    Republican David Fennell 8.6% 357,242

    Republican George Yang 8% 333,857

    Democratic Eric Korevaar 5.6% 232,596

    Green Jena Goodman 2.4% 98,338

    Americans Elect Alan Reynolds 1.3% 56,027

    Peace and Freedom Amos Johnson 0.9% 39,675

    Total Votes 4,176,765

    Endorsements

    Yang's campaign for lieutenant governor was endorsed by the following individuals:[6]

    California Assemblyman Tim Donnelly

    Saratoga Council member Chuck Page

    Mayor of Kerman Gary Yep

    Yolo County Supervisor Duane Chamberlain

    Kevin McGary, Chairman of the Frederic Douglas Foundation

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    2022

    Ballotpedia survey responses

    See also: Ballotpedia's Candidate Connection

    George Yang has not yet completed Ballotpedia's 2022 Candidate Connection survey. Ballotpedia is seeking 100 percent participation so voters can learn more about all the candidates on their ballots.

    Who fills out Ballotpedia's Candidate Connection survey?

    694 candidates completed the survey in 2021. This number represented 13.5% of all 5,138 candidates Ballotpedia covered in 2021. Out of the 694 candidates who completed Ballotpedia's candidate survey, 147 won their election. Candidates from 36 states completed the survey. Noteworthy respondents included Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin and Boston Mayor Michelle Wu. Read the 2021 report for more information about that year's respondents.

    4,745 candidates completed the survey in 2020. This number represented 16.4% of all 29,002 candidates Ballotpedia covered in 2020. Out of the 4,745 respondents, 743 won their election. Candidates from all 50 states completed the survey. Noteworthy respondents included U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff, U.S. Representative Kat Cammack, and U.S. presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen. Read the 2020 report for more information about that year's respondents.

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    Candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction – George Yang

    Campaign Website: https://yang2022.com/Balletopedia Profile: https://ballotpedia.org/George_Yang

    Candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction – George Yang

    Campaign Website: https://yang2022.com/

    Balletopedia Profile: https://ballotpedia.org/George_Yang

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