Campaigns & Elections

ELECTION DAY is November 8th! Make sure you vote!

The 2022 Midterm Elections represent a critical opportunity to effect positive change. Make sure you take the time to voice your support.


No Gun Voter Left Behind!


Gearing up for the 2022 mid-term elections is something we must do now! Coming off a hard two year election cycle has taught us three things:


  1. It matters what candidates you place in office
  2. Your vote is the only thing that can change your current situation
  3. There are 1 million new gun owners in California and we can make a difference


Mid-terms bring new challenges at the nation, state, and local levels and we will be covering them all. We have several pro-2A Sheriffs that will be up for re-election and we MUST hold those seats while installing others into new counties. 


Qualified Candidate Lists are now out for all offices across the state! Click Below to see candidate grades based upon answers to candidate questionnaires, history of voting records, and more. NOTE THE VOTER GUIDE WILL BE UPDATED REGULARLY, SO PLEASE CHECK BACK. As candidates continue to submit their questionnaires, we will post right away.



              California State Legislature Candidates


              California Other State Office Candidates


              California Sheriff Candidates


              Local Candidates


             National Candidates


             Judicial Voter Guide By State



Want to Hold a Voter Drive in Your Community? Here is a comprehensive guide and all of the information for you to properly comply with state election rules.

Guide to Voter Registration Drives :: California Secretary of State

Statewide Election Dates- Click Here



Ballot Harvesting– While many of our members do not like this practice, it is something that we must do if we are going to be on a level playing field. CRPA Chapters will be helping with this endeavor during the next cycle.

         What’s commonly known as ballot harvesting, and in California, it’s perfectly legal given several conditions.:

         As long as a third-party collector prints and signs their name up in the designated box in the top corner of the  ballot, and then drops it off at a

         county-sanctioned ballot drop-off location within three days, this type of vote collection is legal. So what isn’t allowed? Creating a ballot    

         drop-off box without approval from election officials.  As long as people are collecting ballots in person (even at a meeting or gathering),

         without a drop-off box (unattended), ballot harvesting is a tool that can be used.




You can help right now in building the campaign war chest! The anti-gunners are big money and are fundraising already. We need you in order to support 2A candidates. Join the Fight and Join the CRPA PAC to fight back against anti-gun politicians. Click here to learn more.




Registering to Vote is a key step to ensuring that your fundamental rights are secure. Our founding fathers set up a system where the people could participate in the election of leaders who work for the people. Voting holds elected officials accountable. If you are not registered to vote–PLEASE do so today. Share this with your friends. Know who your 2A candidates are that support your right protect your family and VOTE in November.

Register Here Today!



CRPA Political Action Committee

The CRPA PAC is active, growing and supporting candidates that support the Second Amendment! 2022 is a huge year for races across the state including local races, Sheriff races, and all the way up to the Governor race.  With 1 million new gun owners in California alone over the past couple of years, we have the ability to make an impact and support candidates that stand for the same constitutional values that you hold dear.

Consider supporting the CRPA PAC with any donation amount. Every donation helps us support these candidates who are fighting against heavily funded Bloomberg candidates pushing for more gun control.  

Click Here to Support 2A Candidates Today!


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