What's on the ballot in California's 2022 midterm election?

OK, California, there's just one more round to go. You picked the top candidates in the June primary election, and now those matchups are coming soon to an election

booth — and mailbox — near you. Official state voter guides will soon arrive in the mail, followed by the ballots you can fill out and return if you're not in the mood for

in-person voting. So what are we voting on this time? And how, exactly, do we do that? Here's what you need to know:When is the election? Election day is Nov.

8. But in California it's really an election month, with all 22 million registered voters in the state getting mail-in ballots.When will I get my ballot? Ballots will be

mailed out no later than Oct. 10. In Los Angeles and Orange counties, election officials sent overseas voters their ballots beginning in early September. What are voters

deciding on? Gov. Gavin Newsom is up for reelection for his second and final term after he beat a recall attempt last year. California voters will also pick candidates for

lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, treasurer, insurance commissioner, controller and superintendent of public instruction. State Assembly seats and

even-numbered state Senate districts are up this year as well. And voters will cast ballots for the state Board of Equalization and the judicial system.