On June 14, the Los Angeles County Democratic Party Executive Committee resolved to work for the restoration of write-in space on California general election ballots. Currently, California allows write-ins in non-partisan elections, and in primaries, but not in general elections for Congress and partisan state office. The legislature removed write-in space from those elections in 2012.
California and Louisiana are the only states that ever permitted write-ins in general elections, and then took write-in space away from the voters. Thanks to Diana Shaw for this news.