The Express' Endorsements for the June 3 Primary 

State

Governor: No endorsement

Lieutenant Governor: Gavin Newsom

Secretary of State: Derek Cressman

Controller: John Pérez and Betty Yee

Treasurer: John Chiang

Attorney General: Kamala Harris

Insurance Commissioner: Dave Jones

Superintendent of Schools: Tom Torlakson

Board of Equalization Second District: Fiona Ma

10th State Senate District: No endorsement

15th Assembly District: Elizabeth Echols and Tony Thurmond

16th Assembly District: Tim Sbranti

18th Assembly District: Rob Bonta

20th Assembly District: Bill Quirk


Congress

11th District: Mark DeSaulnier

13th District: Barbara Lee

15th District: Ellen Corbett

17th District: Mike Honda


Alameda County

Superintendent of Schools: Naomi Eason

Auditor/Controller: Steve Manning


Hayward

Mayor: No endorsement

City Council (vote for two): Ryan "Rocky" Fernandez and Sara Lamnin


Local Measures

Measure AA (Alameda County): Yes

Measure C (Hayward): Yes

Measure H (Piedmont Unified): Yes


State Propositions

Prop 41: Yes

Prop 42: Yes

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