What do you want to ask our US Senate candidates?

California Attorney General Kamala Harris favors national climate change legislation, backs immigration reform and supports President Barack Obama's plan for free tuition at community colleges. Orange County Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez describes her platform for the Senate as pro-environment, pro-labor and pro-civil rights.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris favors national climate change legislation, backs immigration reform and supports President Barack Obama's plan for free tuition at community colleges. Orange County Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez describes her platform for the Senate as pro-environment, pro-labor and pro-civil rights.
Courtesy candidates' campaigns

In the months leading up to California's primary election on June 7, we've been closely following our state's U.S. Senate campaign. 

U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer is retiring, and our partner station KPBS in San Diego will host a live debate May 10 with the top four candidates running to replace her. California Attorney General Kamala Harris, Rep. Loretta Sanchez, Duf Sundheim and Tom Del Beccaro will answer questions on the economy, immigration, health care, crime and policing

We'll also be incorporating one question from you: our listeners. Please share your question with us below. We're accepting questions through April 22. Then, we'll tally up the responses, and give you a chance to vote on which one we should ask the night of the debate. 

You can read more about the debate and candidates here.

We’ll read every response, but nothing is published without your permission.