The following candidates are running as Republicans in the 6th Congressional District:
Chris Bish is a small business owner and current resident of Sacramento for more than 35 years. Chris raised her four children in Sacramento and has been involved and has helped organize several community-based groups. These groups include Boy Scouts of America, the Oakmont HS Site Council, Little league, and other youth sports organizations.
Chris Bish was the Sacramento Area Chair for the Educational Freedom Initiative sponsored by Dr. Milton Friedman.
Chris debated the need for School Choice in California. She is an original Proponent of the Recall Newsom campaign.
Chris Bish is an accomplished investigator and skip tracer with over 30 years’ experience in the field, receiving national recognition.
Chris Bish hails from humble beginnings in the Sacramento area. As a child Chris was often homeless and caught in a broken welfare system. In her words, “a system designed to keep people trapped in poverty”.
Her faith, her family and love of country inspired Chris Bish to become a candidate for the United States House of Representatives.
As a candidate she launched her fight to restore election integrity in California and challenged the abuse of power by Governor Newsome and Secretary of State, Alex Padilla. As a plaintiff in multiple election integrity cases and civil rights cases. Chris Bish has established herself as a champion for justice and a willingness to fight for the citizens of California.
Tamika Hamilton was born in Calvert County, Maryland in 1984. Estranged from her father and born to an underage mother, Tamika was raised by her loving grandparents, who were military veterans and farmers by trade, whom she credits with instilling in her the importance of public service.
Upon graduating from high school, Tamika enlisted in the United States Air Force, where she served on active duty for over 14 years. She deployed twice to the Middle East in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, the United States Global War on Terror.
During her 14-year military career, Tamika was awarded the Air Force Achievement Medal, Joint Service Accommodation Medal, Air Force Meritorious Unit Award, and Air Force Good Conduct Medal.