ABOUT THIS VOTERS' GUIDE
A Voters' Guide to Non-Partisan Offices in Ventura County and the Conejo Valley
Presented by Indivisible: Conejo, this Ventura County/Conejo Valley Voters' Guide covers all non-partisan elected offices in our region. For voters, we offer biographical information and policy statements from candidates for local offices that are often overlooked. We have sought their views on the local issues that most affect us. For candidates, we offer free access to better-informed voters and a source of concise information to share with constituents.
Only incumbents up for re-election are included in this Voters' Guide; those incumbents currently serving terms that will not be up for re-election in 2020 are not included.
NOTES: The "On the Issues" buttons are being activated and updated as information is gathered from a given candidate. Voter registration links courtesy of Vote.org
Incumbents are designated as such, and in some cases may choose not to run (again) for office. Until we verify such decisions they are included.
Ventura County and the Conejo Valley Non-Partisan Offices
County Board of Supervisors, City Councils, Boards of Education, Judges
JUDGES OF THE VENTURA
COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
The administrators of justice and the law for civil and criminal matters, Superior Court Judges are the ones who hear all cases brought before the court, from the highest crimes to traffic tickets.
BOARDS OF EDUCATION
Providing oversight to the schools and students
of our local and unified school districts, in support of the teachers, administrators, staffs and parents who supply our children with the tools they need for success in life.
VENTURA COUNTY BOARD
The Board of Supervisors is dedicated to providing superior public service and support, so that Ventura County residents have the opportunity to improve their quality of life while enjoying the benefits of a safe, healthy and vibrant community.
Local City Councils to a dozen incorporated cities provide many local services and assistance to our local residents. They promote public trust and cooperation among civic leaders, residents, business representatives, and city staff, and provide mediation among competing interests and differences of option on issues facing each city.
"Well doctor, what have we got,
a republic or a monarchy?"
"A republic, if you can keep it."