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Elected Officials & Candidates

Elected Officials

For a list of elected officials that are currently holding office view the following links:

Federal Elected Officials

State Elected Officials

County Elected Officials

Cities Elected Officials

School District Elected Officials

Special District Elected Officials

For a personalized list of your elected officials, use My Elections Gateway.

Candidate Information

Candidate Filing Information for the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary Election:
Candidate Statement Form:
  • Use the Candidate Statement Form [docx] to prepare a candidate statement for printing in the County Voter Information Guide.
Statement of Responsibility for Temporary Political Signs:

Candidates and campaigns that place temporary political signs must file a Statement of Responsibility with the California Department of Transportation, naming the person responsible for removing the signs.  Additional restrictions on the placement of political signs may exist. Review the Candidate Filing Guide for more information.

Campaign Finance Information

Campaign Finance Records:

Search for Campaign Finance Records

File Campaign Finance Records

Fair Political Practices Commission

San Bernardino County Campaign Finance Reform Codes

For additional information, please go to the Cal-Access website, which provides more financial information supplied by state candidates, donors, lobbyists, and others.

Note for County candidates who file a statement of organization for a controlled committee:

The County of San Bernardino Campaign Finance Reform Ordinance [County Code section 12.4305(d)] requires that a candidate establish a separate controlled committee and campaign bank account for each election they plan to seek election or re-election. Candidates may not re-designate an existing controlled campaign and bank account as a campaign account for a future election.

Review County Code section 12.4305(d) for additional information. If you have questions, please call the Registrar of Voters at 909-387-8300.

Polling Place Voter List – 2022 Statewide General Election

For campaigns tracking voter turnout:

  • View the 2022 General Election Voter List [no longer available] to track voters that have voted at a polling place in San Bernardino County.
  • The list can be viewed by polling place or by precinct.
  • This list is updated hourly while the polls are open.
    • Polling places are open November 8 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.