Conservative activists

Demonstrators hold up signs during a protest to reopen California at the State Capitol in Sacramento on May 1, 2020. Photo by Anne Wernikoff, CalMatters
Demonstrators hold up signs during a protest to reopen California at the state Capitol in Sacramento on May 1, 2020. Photo by Anne Wernikoff, CalMatters

Chauncey S. “Slim” Killens, a 63-year-old associate pastor from Hemet, is running as a Republican. Killens, a Trump supporter, attended the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot, but spoke against the violence. 

Sarah L. Stephens, 39, is a pastor from Riverside County running as a Republican. She has helped organize events such as the “Redeeming America” tour, seeking to unite businesses to reopen during the pandemic. 

Nickolas WIldstar, 39, of Fresno, is a Libertarian activist running as a Republican. A digital marketer and a rapper, Wildstar ran unsuccessfully for governor in 2018 and city council and mayor in Orange County, where he recently lived.