Libertarian State Candidates
All of the following candidates were endorsed by the Libertarian Party of California Executive Committee.
Suisun City Mayoral Candidate
Carmel Unified School District Board
State Assembly - District 8
Tom is a resident of Squaw Valley, where he breeds and trains quarter horses with his wife, Vicki, and enjoys a variety of outdoors activities. He worked his way through college as a carpenter and general contractor, and works as a telecommunications specialist in the east valley. Tom is a grateful father to 6 children (with 3 grandchildren, and counting), especially as he reflects on difficult times earlier in his life. He is the current Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Fresno County, and serves on the Judicial Committee for the Libertarian Party of California.
Thousand Oaks City Council - At Large
Jeff Schwartz is running for Thousand Oaks City Council this November.
His campaign theme is “Love and Liberty!”
Jeff’s viewpoint is as American as apple pie and resonates with the majority of Americans. He cares about EVERYBODY’S rights and freedoms.
Jeff’s aim is cut counterproductive or unnecessary red-tape, restore the American Dream, and bring back the good old days of love, peace, and harmony.
Jeff approach is to apply love and logic. He knows of effective, innovative solutions for most of our top problems, including homelessness, water shortages, and public safety.
Jeff Schwartz says, “No More Jokes On Thousand Oaks!”
Jeff Schwartz says, “Love All The Folks in Thousand Oaks!”
Jeff Schwartz says, “Empower The Folks in Thousand Oaks!”
Jeff Schwartz says, “LOVE AND LIBERTY Will Keep Us Together!”
Cypress City Council - At Large
Rosamond Municipal Advisory Council - At Large
Redlands City Council, District 1
Hanford City Council - District E
Cheyne Strawn has been a Libertarian since 2020. He currently serves as Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Kings County and serves as an At-Large Member of the Libertarian Party of California Executive Committee. He has been serving on the Hanford Parks and Recreation Commission since 2019.
Riverside County Board of Supervisors - District 5
Hayward City Council - At Large
Hanford City Council - District D
Hanford City Council - District A
Amanda Saltray was appointed to complete the term of John Draxler, previous Hanford City Councilman, in 2021, when he resigned. Ms. Saltray has been a Libertarian since 2021 and currently serves on the Libertarian Party of Kings County Executive Committee as Treasurer. On the Hanford City Council she has helped the city manage a balanced budget and she has opposed a county sales tax measure and Sacramento overreach. She has also helped loosen some restrictive zoning practices in Hanford in order to help diversify Hanford’s market.