Californian federal election, 2018
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2015 ←
6 November 2018
→ 2021

All 135 seats of the Californian House of Representatives
68 seats were needed for a majority
24 of 48 seats of the Californian House of Councillors
  First party Second party Third party
  Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren, official portrait, 114th Congress Susan Brooks official portrait
Leader Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Susan Brooks
Party Progressive Democratic Liberal
Alliance Coalition Coalition
Leader since 3 January 2016 3 January 2016 3 January 2019
Leader's seat Tiwana (CO) Councillor from Fremontia North Seattle (CA)
Seats before 36 34 50
Seats after 35 34 47
Seat change 1 3

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Paul Gosar official portrait September 2016 Jill Stein by Gage Skidmore
Leader Paul Gosar Rob Bishop Jill Stein
Party Conservative Christian Awakening Green

Leader since 5 September 2011 3 January 2019 15 July 2012
Leader's seat Prescott (AZ) Brigham (UT) Councillor from Oregon
Seats before 6 4 1
Seats after 10 4 1
Seat change 4

Chancellor before election

Bernie Sanders


Bernie Sanders

The 57th Californian federal election was held on 6 November 2018 to elect the members of the 57th Parliament of California. At this election, all 135 seats of the Californian House of Representatives and 24 of the 48 seats in the House of Councillors were contested. The governing Coalition (composed of the Democratic, Progressive and Green Parties) under incumbent Chancellor Bernie Sanders of Cochimia competed against the Liberals under incoming leader Susan Brooks of Cascadia. The election resulted in both major parties losing seats to the Conservative Party of California: the Coalition lost one, while the Liberals lost three. The Coalition government was thus re-elected for a second term, albeit with a slightly reduced majority.

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