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March 3 Primary Election Set for Contra Costa County

by ECT

On Friday, the filing period for the March 3 Presidential Primary Election closed and none of the offices have gone to an extension at the county level.

Assemblyman Jim Frazier and Contra Costa County Board of Supervisor Candace Andersen were the only two candidates locally who will not face an opponent and will get a free ride to another term.

Meanwhile, Supervisor Diane Burgis will face Paul Seger who filed Friday. Seger currently serves on the Delta Diablo Water District Board after winning a seat in 2018 after running twice, unsuccessfully, for Oakley City Council in 2016 and 2010.

Supervisor Federal Glover is seeking another term after already serving two decades. He will two candidates in Gus Kramer and Sean Trambley. Kramer (County Assessor) was censured by the Board of Supervisors in a 4-0 vote after sexual harassment allegations were made and an accusation was by the county civil grand jury. Trambly announced in early November he was running and is currently a City of Martinez Planning Commissioner.

The State Senate District 7 race could also get interesting in a 3-canidate race between Senator Steve Glazer, Marisol Rubio and Julie Mobley. Glazer has come out with a long list of local endorsements, but he has come under fire for not being “progressive enough” for some local democrats.  In fact, at the State Convention, the California Democratic Party offered no endorsement to any candidate after neither Glazer or Rubio gathered enough support for the endorsement—Rubio actually received 52% of the vote while Glazer had just 34%.

Here is a look at the local offices and the candidates:

 US Rep. District 9

  • Jerry McNerney – incumbent
  • Antonio Tony Amador
  • William Martinek


US Rep. District 11

  • Mark DeSaulnier – incumbent
  • Michael Kerr
  • Nisha Sharma


State Senate District 7

  • Steve Glazer – incumbent
  • Marisol Rubio
  • Julie Mobley


State Assembly District 11

  • Jim Frazier – incumbent
  • No opponent


State Assembly District 14

  • Tim Grayson – incumbent
  • Cassandra Devereaux
  • Janell Proctor


State Assembly District 14

  • Buffy Wicks – incumbent
  • Sara Brink
  • Jeanne Solnordal


State Assembly District 16

  • Rebecca Bauer-Kahan – incumbent
  • Joseph Rubay


Contra Costa Board of Supervisor – District 2

  • Candace Andersen – incumbent
  • No opponent


Contra Costa Board of Supervisor – District 3

  • Diane Burgis – incumbent
  • Paul Seger


Contra Costa Board of Supervisor – District 5

  • Federal Glover – incumbent
  • Gus Kramer
  • Sean Trambley

For more information on the upcoming election, visit Contra Costa County Elections

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1 comment

Jg Dec 9, 2019 - 9:13 am

Do nothing for east county Burgis must go. We need someone to work for us not themselves.

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