CPCA Political Endorsements

 

California Police Chiefs Association

 

Political Action Committee

 

2018 Endorsement Schedule

 

The California Police Chiefs Association is the primary provider of front-line law enforcement services in California. Over 26 million Californians look to municipal police departments - and only to municipal police departments - for their police protection. We take our responsibility of providing direct public safety services to this overwhelming majority of Californians very seriously.

The California Police Chiefs Association's endorsement policy is entirely non-partisan.  We take positions on statewide constitutional offices, state legislative offices, federal legislative offices, state elected offices, and ballot initiatives that have fundamental impacts on law enforcement.  We require candidates wishing to have the endorsement of the California Police Chiefs Association to complete an endorsement questionnaire. The association’s Political Action Committee, comprising of active and retired police chiefs reviews every submitted questionnaire and makes an endorsement recommendation to the board of directors. All endorsements are contingent on a vote of the full board of directors. 

Please see below for our 2018 endorsement schedule. Questionnaires submitted after the listed deadline will not be considered until the next scheduled board meeting.

 

For Constitutional Endorsement Questionnaire, click here

For Congressional Endorsement Questionnaire, click here

For Legislative Endorsement Questionnaire, click here 

 

2018 Election Deadlines

Deadline to Submit Questionnaire for December Board Meeting: November 7th 2017

Deadline to Submit Questionnaire for March Board Meeting: February 18th 2018

Deadline to Submit Questionnaire for June Board Meeting: May 9th 2018

Deadline to Submit Questionnaire for September Board Meeting: August 14th 2018*

 

*Please note this is our final deadline for the 2018 general election 

 

For additional questions or to request a candidate questionnaire please contact our Legislative Advocate, Jonathan Feldman, at jfeldman@californiapolicechiefs.org.