Governor Gavin Newsom on Saturday issued a proclamation calling a presidential primary election for March 5, 2024.
The text of the proclamation and a copy can be found below:
A PROCLAMATION TO THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
Governor of the State of California, pursuant to the laws of California, including without limitation, sections 10720 and 12000 of the Elections Code, hereby proclaim and order that the Presidential Primary Election shall be held throughout the State on Tuesday, the 5th day of March 2024, where the candidates for the following offices will be presented to the voters:
President of the United States;
One United States Senator (Full Term);
A United States Senator (Partial/Unexpired Term);
United States Congressional representatives from each of the State’s 52 congressional districts;
State Senators from odd-numbered districts in the State’s 40 senatorial districts;
Members of the Assembly from each of the State’s 80 assembly districts; and
All other state, county, judicial, or other officers provided by law to be filled by such election.
I further proclaim and order that in said election there shall also be submitted to the voters such proposed constitutional changes, questions, and propositions as are required to be submitted to the Constitution and laws of this State.
TO WITNESS THIS I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State of California this 6th day of October 2023.