Alan S. Reynolds has filed to run for Lieutenant Governor of California. He is registered into Americans Elect, so that label will be on the ballot next to his name in the June 2014 primary. He has been endorsed by the Reform Party, which is not ballot-qualified. Here is his campaign web page.
If AB 2351 passes as it is currently written, and if Reynolds gets at least 2% in the June primary, that will keep Americans Elect on the ballot for the next four years. Its position on the ballot could be important in the 2016 presidential race.
So far, there are also at least four Democrats running for Lieutenant Governor, at least one Republican, and a Green. Jim King, of the American Independent Party, may file, but he has not done so yet. The deadline for filing is March 7. Candidates must pay the filing fee and submit 65 signatures of registered voters, but the party affiliation of the signers is immaterial.