Primary Elections: Let's review the California treasurer and attorney general candidates

Producer host Julia Dudley Najieb reviews the California candidates, their key platform issues and fundraising amounts thus far

By ONME Newswire

News Too Real April 15, 2022: In episode 15 of season 4, producer host Julia Dudley Najieb reviews the top 2022 California treasurer and attorney general candidates; The ONME Podcast Network sifted through the most probable candidates by evaluating their campaign support and grass-root effort support.

State-office candidates who were able to raise 30K or more made it to the initial list of candidates for ONME's viewing audience, (see lists below.)

Here is a list of all the candidates running in the 2022 June 7 Primary.


•As the state’s banker, manages the state’s investments, and administers the sale of state bonds and notes.

•Serves on several commissions, most of which are related to the marketing of bonds.

•Pays out state funds when spent by the Controller and other state agencies.

Here are the 2022 California state treasurer candidates

  1. ·($1.33M+) Fiona Ma, Democratic (Incumbent)

  2. ·($129K+) Andrew Do, Republican

  3. ·($7K) Jack M. Guerrero, Republican

  4. ·Meghann Adams, Peace and Freedom


•As the state’s chief law officer, ensures that state laws are enforced and investigates fraudulent or illegal activities.

•Heads the Department of Justice, which provides state government legal services and represents the state in civil and criminal court cases.

•Oversees law enforcement agencies, including county district attorneys and sheriffs.

Here are the 2022 California state attorney general candidates:

  1. ·($3.9M+) Rob Bonta, Democratic (Incumbent)

  2. ·($1.47M+) Nathan Hochman, Republican

  3. ·($1.45M+) Anne Marie Schubert, No Party Preference

  4. ·($202K+) Eric Early, Republican

  5. ·($30K+) Dan Kapelovitz, Green

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