Leadership with a Passion for California
Hyper partisanship has driven a wedge between us and it needs to end.
The political landscape of our country has turned us into red and blue, Democrat and Republican, and has ignored the commonness we as Americans possess.
In this polarized state that we live in, I will bring unity in our communities and civility in our nation.
My name is James P. Bradley and I am running to be your next Congressman representing the 33rd district of California.
Through my experience and skill set I will bring solutions to the growing problems of our district.
Our community has been plagued by homelessness and tech giants undermining small business and I am prepared to combat those very issues.
I have lived in the great state of California for over four decades, served in the United States Coast Guard, and worked in the healthcare field.
I am not a politician. I am a father, a veteran, and a citizen of this great nation and as your next congressman I will put your needs first, and solve the issues that face our community.
‘There is no more neutrality in the world. You either have to be part of the solution, or you’re going to be part of the problem.’
– Eldridge Cleaver
Current Population: 39,747,267
Percentage of which are Citizens: 87% or 33,785,176 (-5.9M)
According to the most recent ACS (American Community Survey), the racial composition of California was:
- White: 60.56% (Includes Hispanic)
- Asian: 14.12%
- Other race: 13.67%
- Black or African American: 5.81%
- Two or more races: 4.71%
- Native American: 0.75%
- Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander: 0.39%
The American Community Survey (ACS) is conducted by the US Census and sent to a portion of the population every year.
District 33 Demographics
According to Statistical Atlas, based on race and ethnicity the population is as follows:
- White (non-Hispanic): 65.8% (469,000)
- Asian: 14.0% (99,900)
- Hispanic: 12.4% (88,600)
- Mixed (non-hispanic): 4.2% (30,100)
- Black: 2.9% (20,500)
- Other: 0.7% (5,145)
- Seniors (65+): 16.3% (117,000)
- Older Adult (40-64): 35.1% (250,000)
- Younger Adult (22-39): 24.2% (173,000)
- College Age (18-21): 5.85% (41,700)
- Children (0-17): 18.5% (132,000)