Ventura County Democratic Voter Guide

March 5th, 2024 Election

Below is the official voter guide for the Ventura County Democratic Party

Key Dates for the March 5th, 2024 Primary 

01/25/24 – 02/13/24 – Secretary of State mails State Voter Information Guide
01/25/24 – 02/24/24 – County sends out County Voter Information Guide
By 02/05/2024 – All active registered voters are mailed vote-by-mail ballot
02/05/2024 – Early voting sites open
02/06/2024 – Ballot Drop-off locations open
02/24/2024 – 11-Day Vote Centers Open
03/02/2024 – 4-Day Vote Centers Open

Supervisory District 1: Matt LaVere for Ventura County Supervisor, District 1

Supervisor Matt LaVere is running for a second term as County Supervisor. Matt previously served on the Ventura City Council. 

Supervisory District 3: Kim Marra Stephenson for Ventura County Supervisor, District 3

Dr. Kim Marra Stephenson is an award-winning Oxnard teacher, a mother, a union leader, a businesswoman, a bridge builder, and an advocate for our future. She is a granddaughter of Chinese farmworkers, veterans, and small business owners. Kim would be the first AAPI County Supervisor and return the Board of Supervisors to a Democratic majority. 

Supervisory District 5: Vianey Lopez for Ventura County Supervisor, District 5

Supervisor Vianey Lopez is running to advance our community through good governance, fight for our most vulnerable populations, and invest in our future to better prepare for the needs of our county’s residents

US Senate
No Endorsement Made

Congressional Candidates
Congressional District 24: Salud Carbajal
Congressional District 26: Julia Brownley
​Congressional District 32: Brad Sherman

State Assembly & State Senate
Assembly ​District 38: Steve Bennett 
Assembly District 42: Jacqui Irwin
Assembly District 46: Jesse Gabriel

Senate District 21: Monique Limón 

Senate District 27: Henry Stern

Judge of the Superior Court, Office No. 4
Edward “Ted” Andrews

Santa Paula School District Bond Measures A & B – Yes
Hueneme School District Measure C – Yes

State Proposition

Proposition 1 – Yes (Supported by the California Democratic Party)

Ventura County Central Committee Seats
No Endorsements Made

More info on these ballot measures here

Important Election Information 

March 5, 2024, Presidential Primary Election

Go to the Ventura County Elections Vote Center Page to find the Vote Center locations for the Presidential Primary.

Go to the Ventura County Elections Ballot Drop Box Page to find a list of Ballot Drop Box locations.

(Your ballot packet will also contain a list of locations for both the Vote Centers and the Ballot Drop Boxes.)

Services Available at Vote Centers:

  • Early voting
  • Vote By Mail ballot drop-off
  • Replacement Vote By Mail ballots
  • Same day registration
  • Accessible ballot marking devices
  • Language assistance
  • Curbside voting

Helpful Links for Voters Below: