Supervisor Ken Vogel will not be opposed for a second term representing Lodi and other northern San Joaquin County communities.
However, long-time Sacramento County Supervisor Don Nottoli, who lives in Galt, will be opposed by Wilton resident Lovie Kirkland.
In the heavily contested 11th Congressional District race, two Republicans, Robert Beadles, of Lodi, and Jeff Takada, of Manteca, have dropped out of the race.
Beadles said he needs to devote his time to the 10 businesses he owns, and Takada said he didn't raise enough money to run a debt-free campaign.
Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Pleasanton, has filed for re-election. Republicans seeking their party's nomination on June 8 are Tony Amador, of Lodi, Brad Goehring, of Clements, Elizabeth Emken, of Danville, David Harmer, of San Ramon, Diane Jackson and Robert Murray.Other heavily contested elections will be for sheriffs of San Joaquin and Sacramento counties.
In San Joaquin County, incumbent Steve Moore will be opposed by retired Lt. Robert Moreno.
In Sacramento County, sheriff's Capt. and Elk Grove City Councilman Jim Cooper has filed. Sheriff's Capt. Scott Jones has also announced his candidacy in Sacramento County, but he has not filed as of Monday. The filing deadline in Sacramento County has been extended until 5 p.m. because incumbent Sheriff John McGinness is retiring from his post.
Two former lccal officials have also announced their candidacy for the California Board of Equalization. Former Lodi Mayor and Assemblyman Alan Nakanishi is running for the Republican nomination, and former Galt Mayor Tim Raboy is running as a Democrat.
Several other candidates are running in both parties for District 2, which encompasses more than 30 counties ranging from San Bernardino to Siskiyou. A spokesperson from the California Secretary of State's office said that a complete list of candidates won't be available until April 1.
Local June primary filings11th Congressional District (Lodi area)
Jerry McNerney, Pleasanton
Tony Amador, Lodi
Brad Goehring, Clements
Elizabeth Emken, Danville
David Harmer, San Ramon
Diane Jackson, filed in Alameda County
Robert Murray, Santa Clara County
Kendall Martin II, Lodi
David Christensen, Tracy
3rd Congressional District (includes Galt)
Dan Lungren, Gold River
Ami Bera, Elk Grove
Douglas Arthur "Art" Tuma, Antelope
American Independent Party
Jerry Lidecker, Elverta
Peace and Freedom
Michael Roskey, Wilton
10th Assembly District (most of Lodi area)
Alyson Huber, incumbent, El Dorado Hills
Jack Sieglock, Lodi
Peace and Freedom
Albert Troyer, Elk Grove
Janice Bonser, Carmichael
15th Assembly District (Galt, Thornton)
Joan Buchanan, incumbent, Alamo
Abram Wilson, San Ramon
26th Assembly District (rural areas east of Lodi)
Bill Berryhill, incumbent, Ceres
John Eisenhut, Turlock
14th Senate District (Lodi area)
Tom Berryhill, Oakdale
Bret de St. Jeor, Oakdale
Heidi Fuller, Columbia
Tim Campi, Manteca
Filing period extended until 5 p.m. Wednesday because incumbent Dave Cogdill is not running.
San Joaquin County Sheriff
Steve Moore, incumbent, Linden
Robert "Bob" Moreno, Stockton
San Joaquin County District Attorney
Jim Willett, incumbent
San Joaquin County Assessor-Recorder-County
Kenneth Wayne Blakemore, Stockton
San Joaquin County Auditor-Controller
Adrian Van Houten, Escalon
San Joaquin County Treasurer-Tax
Shabbir Khan, Stockton
San Joaquin County Superintendent of
Mick Founts, Manteca
Filing period extended until 5 p.m. Wednesday because incumbent Fredrick Wentworth is not running.
Sacramento County Supervisor
Don Nottoli, incumbent, Galt
Lovie Kirkland, Wilton
Sacramento County Sheriff
Jim Cooper, Elk Grove
Filing period extended until 5 p.m. Wednesday because incumbent John McGinness is not running.
Sacramento County District Attorney
Jan Scully, incumbent
Sacramento County Assessor
Filing period extended until 5 p.m. Wednesday because incumbent Ken Stieger did not file.